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With all the exciting events going on year-round, you'll never run out of things to do in Buffalo! From the Buffalo Winterfest and Powder Keg Festival in February, to the Taste of Buffalo, the Elmwood Festival of the Arts, the National Buffalo Wing Festival, and the National Garden Festival (which features America's largest garden walk) in the summer, our events bring in visitors from all over the world.

 


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Monday Sep 22, 2014

Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival

  • September 22, 2014 - October 31, 2014
  • Address: 11199 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031

This Fall Festival is our way of celebrating the harvest of blessings we enjoy in our community and our nation. It has grown to be, by far, the largest family event in the region. We believe that's because it's based on the root values we share in the cultures that make up this remarkable community. We come together to share in the bounty of our land and enjoy the wonderful fall season our region is blessed with. The Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival is about wholesome fun and food. About deco...

ArtsCanisius Meet-the-Faculty Recital

Meet-the-Faculty Recital at 12:00 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center. The performance, entitled “Steps through Time,” will feature Ansgarius Aylward, violin; and Jane Cary, harpsichord. The recital will highlight dance music for violin and harpsichord from the Baroque to the present day with works from Corelli, Telemann, Rameau and Schnittke. Aylward is assistant concertmaster of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and music director of the Canisius College Chamber Orchestra. Cary ...

Little Tykes Mini-Nature Camp

Enjoy an autumn morning exploration at Tifft with your little tyke ages 3-5! Crafts, games, outdoor investigation and more help to foster the nature explorer in your child. Healthy and kid-friendly snacks provided too! Non-Members: $8 per child with adult, $4 additional children with same adult. Buffalo Museum of Science Members Save 10%. Pre-registration required. Please call 825-6397.

Matisyahu

See, Matisyahu with Radical Something live on staget at Town Ballroom

Queen City Ferry Boat Rides

Take a ride on the Queen City Ferry. Queen City Ferry offers a water ferry service between Buffalo’s inner and outer harbor. Board the Queen City Ferry at the Central Wharf. The Ferry travels to Wilkeson Pointe on the Outer Harbor, and along the Buffalo River to Riverfest Park in Buffalo’s old First Ward district. Operations are daily from 12-8pm mid May through September. Round trip takes approximately one (1) hour. Purchase your ticket for cash from the Captain. $8 for adults, $6 f...

Ann Parker

Arcangel Gallery Exhibit Water and Glass - Shimmering pools, cascading fountains, glass reaching to the sky, silver-toned and green-gray succulents, all have been captured in Ann Parker’s photographic display of the Botanical Gardens. Using macro, zoom, and wide angle lenses, Ann’s photos show intricate details of plants, reflections in the pools, glass with light and shadow, and abstract, inverse images of garden objects. Her Water and Glass exhibit showcases color, form, lines ...

Succulent Show

A visitor FAVORITE! This show will feature many different types of cacti and succulents displayed in very unique ways. We will showcase many unusual or not so common plants such as Echeverias, Aeoniums and Euphorbias. New designs this year will include some whimsical surprises! Sponsored by: Buffalo Spree Magazine. Go to www.buffalogardens.com for more information.

Sharing the Spotlight: A Decade of Painting by Coni Minneci

Exhibit featuring 10 years of paintings by WNY artist, Coni Minneci. Exhibit will feature her entire series: A to Z: A Historical Survey of Women Artists along with several works by some of the artists represented including Cindy Sherman, Susan Rothenberg, Dorothy Simpson Kraus, and Yoko Ono. Also featured will be an extensive collection of Niagara Falls and other landscapes. Artist's reception, Sun, Sept. 7, 2-5pm.

Five Presidents in Buffalo Tour

The home of two presidents, Millard Fillmore and Grover Cleveland, Buffalo has also played host to many American presidents for important speeches and other occasions, the most infamous being President McKinley’s visit to the Pan-American Exposition in 1901 that ended tragically with his assassination. Some of the presidential stories in Buffalo are often told, while others are less widely known. Join us on this tour to learn about five presidents who are particularly prominent in Buffalo ...

Fiddler on the Roof

Join us for the beloved tale of Tevye, the poor dairyman, as he tries to give his daughters a better life. His beliefs and traditions are challenged by both the "modern" thinking of a younger generation and the prejudices of the world around him. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Fiddler on the Roof has touched audiences around the world with its humor, warmth and honesty. The gorgeous score has brought so many unforgettable tunes: "If I Were a Rich Man," "Matc...

The Liar

A hilarious comedy! Paris, 1643. Meet Dorante, a charming and affable gallant who cannot tell the truth. New to the city, he chooses Cliton as his valet, unaware that Cliton cannot tell a lie. Can this pathological liar fool his friends, take in the trusting and still, in the end, win the girl of his dreams? Or will he be unwittingly foiled by his virtuous valet? A scintillating and romantic comedy, brilliantly adapted for today's urban ear by David Ives.

Tuesday Sep 23, 2014

Food Truck Tuesdays

  • September 23, 2014 - October 28, 2014
  • Location: Larkin Square
  • Address: 726 Exchange Street, Buffalo, NY 14210
  • Venue: Larkin Square
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Every Tuesday, Featuring a Variety of Buffalo and Rochester based Food Trucks Live Music, Heathy Choice Options offered at all the Food Trucks. Beer, wine and other Beverages at The Grill and the Beer Cart, Hula Hoops and More!

Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival

  • September 23, 2014 - October 31, 2014
  • Address: 11199 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031

This Fall Festival is our way of celebrating the harvest of blessings we enjoy in our community and our nation. It has grown to be, by far, the largest family event in the region. We believe that's because it's based on the root values we share in the cultures that make up this remarkable community. We come together to share in the bounty of our land and enjoy the wonderful fall season our region is blessed with. The Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival is about wholesome fun and food. About deco...

First Day of Fall Hike

Enjoy an evening hike at Tifft Nature Preserve as we officially bid summer adieu and usher in autumn.

Science Café: Illuminate: Science and Art through ‘Burchfield Botanicals’

Join Tullis Johnson, Curator and Manager of Archives at the Burchfield Penney Art Center for a delightful presentation intersecting science and art through the works of Charles E. Burchfield. Includes light refreshments, beer and wine. A mini-tour of the Gardens follows the presentation. Pre-registration is required. Go towww.buffalogardens.com or call 716.827.1584 ext. 291.

Science Café: Illuminate: Science and Art through ‘Burchfield Botanicals’

6:30-8pm, GM $22, NM $25 - Pre-registration is required Join Tullis Johnson, Curator and Manager of Archives at the Burchfield Penney Art Center for a delightful presentation intersecting science and art through the works of Charles E. Burchfield. Includes light refreshments, beer and wine and a mini-tour of the Gardens. Go to www.buffalogardens.com or call 716.827.1584 ext. 291.

Queen City Ferry Boat Rides

Take a ride on the Queen City Ferry. Queen City Ferry offers a water ferry service between Buffalo’s inner and outer harbor. Board the Queen City Ferry at the Central Wharf. The Ferry travels to Wilkeson Pointe on the Outer Harbor, and along the Buffalo River to Riverfest Park in Buffalo’s old First Ward district. Operations are daily from 12-8pm mid May through September. Round trip takes approximately one (1) hour. Purchase your ticket for cash from the Captain. $8 for adults, $6 f...

Ann Parker

Arcangel Gallery Exhibit Water and Glass - Shimmering pools, cascading fountains, glass reaching to the sky, silver-toned and green-gray succulents, all have been captured in Ann Parker’s photographic display of the Botanical Gardens. Using macro, zoom, and wide angle lenses, Ann’s photos show intricate details of plants, reflections in the pools, glass with light and shadow, and abstract, inverse images of garden objects. Her Water and Glass exhibit showcases color, form, lines ...

Succulent Show

A visitor FAVORITE! This show will feature many different types of cacti and succulents displayed in very unique ways. We will showcase many unusual or not so common plants such as Echeverias, Aeoniums and Euphorbias. New designs this year will include some whimsical surprises! Sponsored by: Buffalo Spree Magazine. Go to www.buffalogardens.com for more information.

Sharing the Spotlight: A Decade of Painting by Coni Minneci

Exhibit featuring 10 years of paintings by WNY artist, Coni Minneci. Exhibit will feature her entire series: A to Z: A Historical Survey of Women Artists along with several works by some of the artists represented including Cindy Sherman, Susan Rothenberg, Dorothy Simpson Kraus, and Yoko Ono. Also featured will be an extensive collection of Niagara Falls and other landscapes. Artist's reception, Sun, Sept. 7, 2-5pm.

Fiddler on the Roof

Join us for the beloved tale of Tevye, the poor dairyman, as he tries to give his daughters a better life. His beliefs and traditions are challenged by both the "modern" thinking of a younger generation and the prejudices of the world around him. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Fiddler on the Roof has touched audiences around the world with its humor, warmth and honesty. The gorgeous score has brought so many unforgettable tunes: "If I Were a Rich Man," "Matc...

The Liar

A hilarious comedy! Paris, 1643. Meet Dorante, a charming and affable gallant who cannot tell the truth. New to the city, he chooses Cliton as his valet, unaware that Cliton cannot tell a lie. Can this pathological liar fool his friends, take in the trusting and still, in the end, win the girl of his dreams? Or will he be unwittingly foiled by his virtuous valet? A scintillating and romantic comedy, brilliantly adapted for today's urban ear by David Ives.

Wednesday Sep 24, 2014

Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival

  • September 24, 2014 - October 31, 2014
  • Address: 11199 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031

This Fall Festival is our way of celebrating the harvest of blessings we enjoy in our community and our nation. It has grown to be, by far, the largest family event in the region. We believe that's because it's based on the root values we share in the cultures that make up this remarkable community. We come together to share in the bounty of our land and enjoy the wonderful fall season our region is blessed with. The Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival is about wholesome fun and food. About deco...

Queen City Ferry Boat Rides

Take a ride on the Queen City Ferry. Queen City Ferry offers a water ferry service between Buffalo’s inner and outer harbor. Board the Queen City Ferry at the Central Wharf. The Ferry travels to Wilkeson Pointe on the Outer Harbor, and along the Buffalo River to Riverfest Park in Buffalo’s old First Ward district. Operations are daily from 12-8pm mid May through September. Round trip takes approximately one (1) hour. Purchase your ticket for cash from the Captain. $8 for adults, $6 f...

Wine in the Wind Sail on Spirit of Buffalo Tallship Schooner

A two hour sail on Buffalo's iconic Spirit of Buffalo, a classic 73 foot topsail schooner. See the great city of Buffalo from the water while sipping wine from local New York vineyards.

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