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Give Local: Dec 15: The Eights: Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo

Give Local: Dec 15: The Eights: Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo

 

Help Support Our Upcoming Silent Auction...

Help Support Our Upcoming Silent Auction...

Buffalo ReuseIT is a local not-for-profit that works to put viable computer technology in the hands of the financially distressed and we need your help. We are looking for local businesses willing to donate a gift card or small gift basket item to our upcoming silent auction. If you own or run a business in the Elmwood community and would like to help us with this event, please contact our main office at 240-0867 or email fundraising.buffaloreuseit@gmail.com for more details.   

Holiday Event to Benefit AIDS Community Services

Ebenezer: Do You Believe A Man Can Change?, a unique one-man show by Lee John to benefit AIDS Community Services, will be held at 7:30 p.m. December 15 and 16 at the Evergreen Conference Center/BUA, 119 W. Chippewa St., Buffalo. Tickets are just $10 and can be purchased at the door or by calling 499-1755.

Lee John explores Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol in a unique, fun and intensely emotional way. It is a “behind the scenes” look at Ebenezer’s fateful night. In Lee’s version, Jacob Marley is not repentant, yet has one word that can save us all. The three ghosts are “off-duty union workers” that spout wisecracks and wisdom to the audience.  They discuss silk sheets, TJ Maxx, movies, obesity, husky jeans, union rules and yes, Ebenezer. 

Celebrate Holiday Traditions at the Beautifully Decorated and Historic Eldon House

Celebrate Holiday Traditions at the Beautifully Decorated and Historic Eldon House

The Buffalo area is truly blessed to have such a large number of architecturally significant buildings. The same can be said for nearby London, Ontario, where buildings such as the historic Eldon House have become major tourism attractions.

Eldon House, which recently celebrated its 175th anniversary, remains virtually unchanged since the last century. Known as Ontario’s oldest residence, it contains family heirlooms, furnishings and priceless treasures and also boasts a beautiful 19th century-style garden. Built in 1834 for John and Amelia Harris, this historic home remained in the family until 1960 when it was donated to the City of London. The house and its gardens remain a place of beauty and tranquility.

Working for Downtown Presents: Thursdays in the City at Papaya

Working for Downtown Presents: Thursdays in the City at Papaya

BUFFALO, NY - Working for Downtown announced Friday that Papaya is the latest host of ‘Thursdays in the City’.

Held from 5-8 pm every Thursday from now until April 28th of next year, this event features hors d’ oeuvres, drink specials, great company, and a chance to win a dinner for two in a relaxed setting in the heart of downtown Buffalo.

Located at 118 W. Chippewa in downtown Buffalo, Papaya restaurant is the latest host of this annual event which is now in its 10th year.  

For more details on this event or other information on Working for Downtown, visit http://www.workingfordowntown.org/.

 

 

HockeyTowneUSA Fan Fest Coming to Downtown Buffalo

HockeyTowneUSA Fan Fest Coming to Downtown Buffalo

The world is coming to Buffalo ... and we’re throwing a party!

HockeyTowne USA Fan Fest, four days of fun for kids, moms, dads and hockey enthusiasts, is coming to the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center in downtown Buffalo December 26-29. Admission is just $5 per person, and children 12 and under are free with a paid adult admission.

A private VIP party featuring The Boys of Summer will be held on Sunday, December 26. HockeyTowne USA Fan Fest will then open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, December 27 and Tuesday, December 28, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, December 29.

There's something for everyone!

“Magical Memories On Main Street” Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

“Magical Memories On Main Street” Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The official kick-off for “Magical Memories on Main Street” will be THIS SATURDAY December 4th with a 3:00 PM ribbon-cutting at Main and Chippewa Streets. Complimentary hot chocolate will be served in the Shea’s Ticket Office, 650 Main Street at 3 p.m., and holiday gift certificates will be available for purchase.  New unwrapped toys will also be collected for the News Neediest Fund in the Shea’s Ticket Office.

“Magical Memories on Main Street”  will be held in conjunction with Buffalo Place’s Annual Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting at Rotary Rink at 6 p.m.