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Community Cultural Project | Stitch Buffalo

November 8, 2021

Community Cultural Project: Stitch Buffalo November 2021 Who We Are Founded with a simple vision to gather and create. Textile arts like sewing, embroidery and weaving unite many women across cultures, and our goal is to learn from each while building a community of mutual support. Founded in 2014 Began with small weekly gatherings in

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Community Cultural Project | Buffalo Jewish Federation

October 11, 2021

Community Cultural Project: Buffalo Jewish Federation October 2021 We are a vibrant hub of a community that celebrates Jewish life. With a deep commitment to strengthening our organizational and agency partners, creating space for innovation and experimentation, developing and growing sources of funding, and nurturing human capital, Federation inspires individuals to access Jewish tradition in

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Doors Open Buffalo 2021 Downtown Restaurants

September 22, 2021

Looking for a bite to eat on Saturday? Here are some suggestions that are close to Doors Open Buffalo buildings Canalside Chippewa Street Delaware Avenue Ellicott Street Franklin Street Genessee Street Main Street South Elmwood Avenue Washington Street Coffee Shops! We’ve done our best to pick local food/drink locations that are in close proximity to

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Community Cultural Project | Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor Commission

September 13, 2021

Community Cultural Project: Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor Commission September 2021Welcome to the Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor! At The Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor Commission we endeavor to integrate the African American cultural significance and impact on Buffalo’s history through public engagement, community education that will invigorate, inspire and enliven cultural

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Doors Open Buffalo 2021 Photo Contest Update!

September 10, 2021

Doors Open Buffalo 2021 Photo Contest Update! The next phase of our Doors Open Buffalo Photo Contest is coming up on Saturday, September 25th 10am-4pm. Thank you to all the photographers who submitted photos to our exterior buildings category. The submission period for that contest category has closed but there are three other categories that

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Doors Open Buffalo Update: Photo Contest

August 10, 2021

Doors Open Buffalo 2021 Photo Contest Announcement! Celebrate Buffalo architecture & Doors Open Buffalo 2021! Whether you’re an experienced photographer, or just enjoy grabbing your phone to capture an image, join us to show off Buffalo’s best buildings. Enter for a chance to win Explore Buffalo Explorer Pass Memberships and Walking Tour Passes. Photo submissions

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Community Cultural Project | Discover Niagara Shuttle

August 9, 2021

Community Cultural Project: Discover Niagara Shuttle August 2021Summer is the perfect season for a staycation — and the Discover Niagara Shuttle makes it easy for locals and tourists alike to explore all of the wonders that lie within our beautiful region! Who We Are & What We Do The Discover Niagara Shuttle is a completely

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Doors Open Buffalo Event Update: Buildings List

August 2, 2021

Doors Open Buffalo 2021 Building List Now Online! Join us on Saturday, September 25, 2021, 10am – 4pm, to explore dozens of building interiors throughout Downtown Buffalo – all for FREE! Participating buildings are now online. Take a look at the list below and for more event information head to FAQs | Doors Open Buffalo. 

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Explore the Erie Canal: Black Rock & Buffalo

July 7, 2021

  A Tale of Two Villages By Mary Durlak   On October 31, 1821, a rain storm on Lake Erie caused Captain Rogers of the steamboat Walk-in-the-Water to give up efforts to reach the shelter of Point Abino on Lake Erie. He turned back toward safety in Buffalo. As the storm worsened, the captain anchored in

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Black Rock Tour Highlights

June 18, 2021

Mack Barker Education Coordinator If you live in Buffalo, you’ve likely heard of Black Rock. You may know it as the location of Wegmans or the Sportsmen’s Tavern, and you may even know it was originally a separate village, competing with Buffalo to be the terminus of the original Erie Canal. Unless you live there,

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