LITERARY / TALKS

 

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Creative Mornings takes place March 8 at the Downtown Central Library

 

Everyone is creative. That’s the guiding principle behind CreativeMornings/Buffalo (CMbuf), a free monthly lecture series that brings together community members from across the area for breakfast and an inspiring talk. This month's lecture is on March 8,  8:30 a.m. at the Downtown Central Library.

 


 

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March 1

Scholars at Hallwalls: Adam Rome

The environmental history professor at the University at Buffalo presents Partly Green: The Past and Future of Sustainable Business.

4 p.m. at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center

(341 Delaware Avenue)

Hallwalls.org, 854-1694

 

March 4

Plasma Series: Alan Bigelow

Bigelow presents on his latest electronic literature projects.

6:30 p.m. at UB Department of Media Study

(112 UB Center for the Arts)

arts-sciences.buffalo.edu, 645-6902

 

March 5, 12, 19, 26

Imagine Buffalo Series

C-SAAHN presents a noon-hour lecture series, open to the public featuring a Great Courses Video followed by a local speaker.

Noon–1 p.m. at Downtown Central Library

(1 Lafayette Square)

Buffalolib.org, 858-8050

 

March 6

Literary Café at CFI: Luck of the Irish

Patrick Hulsman and Sinead Tyrone read their poetry.

7:30 p.m. at the Center for Inquiry

(1310 Sweet Home Road, Amherst)

 

March 7

Book club: The Feast of Love

A discussion of Charles Baxter’s novel

6 p.m. at Burchfield Penney Art Center

(1300 Elmwood Avenue)

Burchfieldpenney.org, 878-6011

 

March 8

Creative Mornings

This free educational lecture event connects and engages people from diverse communities.

8:30 a.m. at Downtown Central Library

(1 Lafayette Square)

Buffalolib.org, 858-8050

 

March 9

Young Audience’s Power of Words

For Women’s History Month: using original spoken word, video and hip hop, artist Aitina Fareed Cooke illustrates the power of language to heal, motivate and inspire ourselves and others.

1 p.m. at Downtown Central Library

(1 Lafayette Square)

Buffalolib.org, 858-8050

 

March 14

Canisius Contemporary Writers’ Series: Michael Longley

Longley, an award-winning Belfast-based poet, gives the 16th Annual Hassett Reading.

7 p.m. at the Montante Center, Canisius College

(2001 Main Street)

canisius.edu, 883-7000

 

March 20

BABEL: Min Jin Lee

Korean-American author and National Book Award finalist for the novel Pachinko, visits the series.

8 p.m. at Kleinhans Music Hall

(1 Symphony Circle)

Justbuffalo.org or 832-5400

 

Toarmino + Wyatt: Readings at the RIC

Live readings from two local editors/poets

7:30 at Daemen College

(4380 Main Street, third floor)

Justbuffalo.org or 832-5400

 

March 21

Book launch: A Mind’s Eye Witness

Rosanne Higgins reads from and signs copies of her mystery set in 1920s-era Buffalo.

6:30–8 p.m. at Burchfield Penney Art Center

(1300 Elmwood Avenue)

Burchfieldpenney.org, 878-6011

 

March 24

Kid’s Book Club: Stone Giant

The program includes the book by Jane Sutcliffe and John Shelley, a gallery tour, and art making project.

1:30–3:30 p.m. at Burchfield Penney Art Center

(1300 Elmwood Avenue)

Burchfieldpenney.org, 878-6011

 

March 29

Scholars at Hallwalls: Charles L. Davis, II

The architectural historian at the University at Buffalo presents “The Spatial Allegories of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Style Architecture.”

4 p.m. at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center

(341 Delaware Avenue)

Hallwalls.org, 854-1694

 

​Got an event of your own to publicize? Send details to: elicata@buffalospree.com. Don’t see your event here? Add it to our Reader Submitted Events calendar by clicking here

 

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