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Historic Hoover House Adopted by Erie and Niagara Insurance Association

Historic Hoover House Adopted by Erie and Niagara Insurance Association

 

Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village (BNHV) is proud to announce the adoption of its historic George W. Hoover House by Erie and Niagara Insurance Association. The adoption is part of BNHV’s new Adopt-a-House Program. The program offers local organizations, businesses and corporations the opportunity to sponsor a house for a five-year period. 

Pickles, Tea and Brunch on the Event Menu at Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village

Pickles, Tea and Brunch on the Event Menu at Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village

 

Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village has plenty of fun family activities planned during the month of November, from a celebration of National Pickle Day to a rare look inside the museum’s state-of-the-art collections storage building!

Heritage Village relies on the hard work and dedication of many volunteers, and from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 15, will host a Volunteer Brunch for all those who have volunteered at the facility over the past year. Volunteers are asked to contact Heritage Village for more information.

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery to Host Exhibit, Classes

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery to Host Exhibit, Classes

 

“Märchenfiguren: New Works by Mari” is the next month-long exhibit to be featured at Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery, located at 1168 Orchard Park Road, West Seneca. Featuring the work of artist Candice Pack and based on a collection of fairy tales written by Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm in the early 1800s, Märchenfiguren will be on display from Oct. 7 through Nov. 1, with an opening reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10. Open to the public, the reception will also feature live music by Dana Eric Misenheimer.

Oil painting classes with artist Lucette Banas will be offered from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on four Thursdays starting Oct. 16. Participants will learn the basic fundamentals of painting in oils. The cost is $120 or $110 for gallery members.

Friends and family of local drummer organize benefit concert

Friends and family of local drummer organize benefit concert

A legacy of love will be on display Saturday, Oct 4., as friends and family of local drummer Ryan “Urwin” Urbank gather to celebrate his life and help support the family who survive him at Waiting Room (334 Delaware Avenue) in downtown Buffalo.

Urbank, 28, who passed away unexpectedly on Sept 6., played drums in two different alternative rock bands, So Far So Good and Turbulance. Within the past few years, Urbank recorded with award-winning producer Armand Petri (Goo Goo Dolls, 10,000 Maniacs, Sixpence None the Richer) with So Far So Good and opened for former Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle with Turbulance.

Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village Announces New Adopt-a-House Initiative

Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village Announces New Adopt-a-House Initiative

 

Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village is proud to unveil its latest development campaign, the Adopt-a-House Program. 

On Sept. 16, BNHV and the Amherst Women’s Interclub Council unveiled many updates that were made to one of the museum’s 11 historic buildings located at 3755 Tonawanda Creek Road, Amherst. These updates were made with funds raised at the Interclub Council’s annual fundraising luncheon and raffle. 

Lorrie Morgan, Deana Martin Celebrate the Holidays at Seneca Resorts & Casinos

Lorrie Morgan, Deana Martin Celebrate the Holidays at Seneca Resorts & Casinos

Seneca Resorts & Casinos will get in the holiday spirit with five days of holiday concerts at each of its Events Centers this December. And with tickets starting at just $10, the performances will not only be festive but also very affordable. Lorrie Morgan will take the stage at Seneca Allegany Events Center in Salamanca, N.Y. from December 3 through 7, while Deana Martin performs at Seneca Niagara Events Center in Niagara Falls, N.Y. the following week from December 10 through 14.

Infringe on fashion at Music is Art

Infringe on fashion at Music is Art

Infringe on Fashion has gathered talented fashion designers, models, artists and musicians from Buffalo and New York with one goal in mind to take their creativity and social movement to the stage and runway. Infringe on Fashion is a movement started by Eco designer Tamora Lee Jewelry in 2012 at the Buffalo Infringement festival. As the creator and founder of Infringe on Fashion the overall goal is to bring the focus to the social issues surrounding fashion sustainability.

The goal is to challenge the audience to think in new and unconventional ways, break conventions of traditional arts, and break down conventional ideas about "what fashion or art is”. The group has two events upcoming this Fall Sept. 13 at Music is Art called Music Love Fashion.

The performance takes place Sept. 13 at Music is Art 1pm at Lincoln pwky Stage and 4:30 on the dance stage.