Events

With all the exciting events going on year-round, you'll never run out of things to do in Buffalo! From the Taste of Buffalo, Allentown Art Festival, Garden Walk Buffalo and the National Buffalo Wing Festival to free outdoor music concerts and ethnic food festivals of every stripe, our special events and festivals bring in visitors from all over the world.



Upcoming Events › Gardens

Ann Parker

Wednesday, Apr. 25th - Monday, May. 28th
$6 - $11; From: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Florescence – Using vintage manual lenses on a digital camera, Ann captures color, light, shadow, depth, and movement in flowers and leaves.  With the manual lenses, (from 1960-1985) the photos take on a painterly look, giving the finished photo an Impressionistic quality.

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Arbor Day: Tree Tours

Friday, Apr. 27th
Free; 12:30 PM & 2 PM

Celebrate Arbor Day 2018 by visiting some of the trees in our outdoor collection while learning the basics of tree identification. Wear comfortable shoes/boots you do not mind getting muddy. Walk takes place rain or shine. This informal tour meets at the front entrance.

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Fairy and Gnome Festival

Saturday, Apr. 28th
$6 - $11; From: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Celebrate spring with our mythical friends! Visitors young and young-at-heart are welcome to join us for fun activities all day long, including fairy-themed crafts and activities, a special scavenger hunt, view the Fairy House Contest entries and vote for your favorites.  S

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Art and Garden Show

Saturday, Apr. 28th - Sunday, Apr. 29th
$5; From: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Over 110 artists will be arriving and displaying their work from all over the greater Buffalo area as well as Rochester, Syracuse, and Ithaca. Many of them have participated in shows and festivals throughout the USA.  All create their own craft!  All parking off-site at Moog: 7021 Seneca Street, with Free shuttle from there.

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IMAGINE Walk First Sunday

Sunday, May. 6th - Sunday, Nov. 4th
Free; From: 10:45 AM to 11:30 AM

Imagine quietly and reflectively walking and appreciating the beauty of Buffalo’s Delaware Park Museum District, as well as the Scajaquada Creek, Buffalo State College and the Richardson Olmsted Complex.  It can be both a physical and spiritual exercise; individual yet communal; as well as a pleasant and creative “place-based lifelong learning” experience.

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National Public Gardens Day

Friday, May. 11th
$1; From: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

A national day of celebration to raise awareness of America’s public gardens and their important role in environmental stewardship and awareness, plant and water conservation and education in communities nationwide.

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Bonsai Show

Saturday, Jun. 2nd - Sunday, Jun. 3rd
$6 - $11; From: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Join the Buffalo Bonsai Society for their annual Bonsai Show. Talk with experts and beginners as they display amazing bonsai specimens from their personal collections. Demos on live trees, the opportunity to purchase bonsai, starter plants, accent plants and pots, as well as a raffle bonsai round out the activities for the weekend.

 

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Simply Beautiful by Darleen Stry

Saturday, Jun. 2nd - Sunday, Aug. 19th
$6 - $11; 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Simply Beautiful – A display that explores the details and colors of the botany found at the Botanical Gardens on display in the Arcangel Gallery.  Come and immerse yourself in these captured images showing the defining traits of plants such as color, shape, and mood. 

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2018 First Sunday IMAGINE Walk

Sunday, Jun. 3rd - Sunday, Sep. 2nd
Free; From: 10:45 AM to 11:30 AM

Imagine quietly and reflectively walking and appreciating the beauty of Buffalo’s Delaware Park Museum District and Hoyt Lake.  It can be both a physical and spiritual exercise; individual yet communal; as well as a pleasant and creative “place-based lifelong learning” experience.

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Parkside Community Association’s Garden and Architecture Tour

Sunday, Jun. 24th
From: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Take part in the 21th annual Tour of the local gardens nestled between the beautiful homes of the Parkside neighborhood, the suburb designed by Olmsted in 1870. The self-guided tour begins in the heart of the Parkside community, at 70 Jewett Parkway, at the corner of Crescent Avenue. A map and garden directory will be available for $5 on the day of the tour.

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