We are looking for our next round of candidates! The deadline for submissions is Monday, June 3, 2019 at 4:00 pm. Click the link below for additional details:
Take a tour of the Massachusetts Avenue Project’s urban farm located at 387 Massachusetts Avenue between Shields and Brayton Streets with us on June 6th, 2019. Visitors will get the opportunity to tour MAP’s new training center, as well as the greenhouses and growing spaces located on the farm. Learn how this urban farm is working in collaboration with the surrounding community to provide access to fresh, healthy and culturally appropriate food, as well as educational and youth service programs. This location charges a minimal fee for a tour so there is a small ticket price for members for this tour.
Registration at 5:15 PM and the tour will begin at 5:30.
Join us on April 3rd to hear Michael Vogel, founding President of the Buffalo Lighthouse Association, talk about the Tall Ships Festival that will be coming to Canalside on the July 4th Holiday weekend!
Founded in 1994, Explore & More Children’s Museum makes every day a play date in our Educational Play Zones—exhibits that introduce children to the magic of hands-on discovery. Michelle Urbanczyk (CEO) will discuss Explore & More’s move to Canalside from their previous location in East Aurora, the success of their capital campaign, and what their new location means to their mission and to the programs and services they will be able to provide.
Join us for a unique mash-up of a Buffalo Talk AND Walk on December 5th! We will hold this month’s Buffalo Talk at the historic Shea’s Seneca location (NOT the library). Join us to learn about this repurposed gem in South Buffalo at 2178 Seneca Street. Schneider Development Services has created a multi-use building out of the former theatre. We will hear directly from Jake Schneider about the process and then he will give us a tour of the building. Hope to see you there!
43 North was launched in Buffalo in 2014 as a competition to identify start-up businesses. Besides cash awards, the winners receive mentorship, 12 months of free incubator space, marketing exposure, and freedom from New York State Taxes for 10 years. In the first four years 37 projects have been awarded funds. Come hear Bill Maggio tell us about the history of the program and where it is going after five years.
We are looking for our next round of candidates! The deadline for submissions is Monday, October 15, 2018 at 4:00 pm. Click the link below for additional details.
Join us on November 7!
Join us Wednesday, November 7th at Community Beer Works for Working For Downtown’s premier social event, Buffalo Meets. Formerly known as Thursday’s in the City, we’re putting together some of Buffalo’s most interesting venues with Buffalo’s most interesting people and companies.
The event will run from 5 – 8 PM and is hosted by Working for Downtown.
We want to thank EnergyMark, LLC for sponsoring this event.
Community Beer Works
520 7th Street, Buffalo, NY 14201
Can’t wait to see you there!
Due to an emergency, the speaker had to cancel for today’s Talk. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause!
In Buffalo, wildlife is reclaiming an unused rail corridor. For a mile and a half, through the First Ward, the Valley, and the Perry Neighborhood, this land connects the DL&W Terminal in downtown Buffalo near Canalside to the Buffalo River across from Solar City. Since the fall of 2017, the Western New York Land Conservancy has been meeting with neighbors and community leaders to start a conversation about creating an inspiring and environmentally-friendly linear park and multi-use trail along this rail corridor. Come listen to Alicia Fahrner from the Land Conservancy fill us in on where this initiative is currently.