- Tour the Larkin District (Explore Buffalo)
The Larkin District, or Larkinville, is the reborn former home of the Larkin Soap Company. In the early 1900's the Larkin Company was one of the largest mail order companies in the country, and one of it's executives, Darwin D. Martin, was responsible for bringing Frank Lloyd Wright to Buffalo. Today, the former Larkin factories and warehouses have been brought back to life and the area is bustling with activity once again. Join us to explore the Larkin Company's past while enjoying the revitalized neighborhood. This tour includes a visit to the Larkin Gallery inside the Larkin Center of Commerce. Meet outside of the Flying Bison Brewing at 840 Seneca St. Buffalo at the corner of Seneca and Lord Streets. Cost: General Admission - $15.00 Explore Passholders - Free Tour Details: Advance reservations are encouraged but not required for this tour. All credit card payments must be made in advance online. Cash or checks are accepted at the start of the tour. If you make an advance reservations, please print confirmation and bring it with you.
- Elmwood Art Festival
Let's go to the Elmwood Art Festival together. The location on Elmwood is between West Ferry and St James St. I thought we could meet at 11 am, for those who want to car pool, in front of the Christmas Tree shop on Niagara Falls blvd, then we can all drive together. Then we can go to the Globe Market for lunch.
- Let's listen to the Soul Providers at the River Grill
Soul Providers info: In 1999 CJ Swann co-founded The Soul Providers, a classic soul group that established themselves as regulars at area clubs and private functions. The band won the BMA for R&B Group in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2014, 2015 & 2017!. CJ was influenced by Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross, Teddy Pendergrass, Maurice White. He is also a percussionist , song writing lyricist and has received talent showcase awards and community awards for his accomplishments. The Soul Providers will be performing at the River Grill located at 70 Aqua Lane in Tonawanda, New York, on August 25th (Sunday) between 4 pm and 8 pm. The River Grill is a great casual restaurant on the Niagara River. It is the perfect place for lunch, dinner, or just stopping by for a drink. They have a great outdoor patio & bar with live music every night. They have an extensive menu of the best: appetizers, sandwiches & wraps, soup & salad, steak, seafood (crab, lobster, shrimp), and much more. Let's meet at 3:30 to grab a table and order an early dinner and enjoy the band.
- Boys of Summer and Food Trucks at Samuel's Grande Manor
The Boys of Summer have been a fixture in the Western New York music community since their formation in 1991. The band plays a versatile repertoire of popular music; from rock to country, classics to disco - they cover just about every style. Along with their popularity in area night clubs The Boys of Summer are also one of the most requested bands in the Buffalo area for weddings as well as corporate parties and community celebrations. The Boys of Summer have performed at just about every country club, hotel, and banquet facility in Western New York. Food Trucks are: LaGia's Kindred Kreek Cheesy Chick Mineo & Sapio Mazurek's Bakery House of Munch Lloyd's
- Village of Hamburg Tour (Explore Buffalo)
Join us for a walking tour of one of the most charming villages in Erie County. There is much more to Hamburg than the Erie County Fair and snow! This tour will explore Hamburg's Main Street, which is a National Historic District consisting of 62 contributing buildings, most of which date back to the 1800s. Along the 1.5 mile route, participants will enjoy the beautiful architecture, churches, parks, and gardens while learning some of the history of the "Town That Friendship Built." Tour Details: Advance reservations are encouraged but not required for this tour. All credit card payments must be made in advance. Advance reservations with a credit card can be made online until the tour starting time. Cash or checks are accepted at the start of the tour. If you make an advance reservation, please print your confirmation email, or be prepared to show it on your phone. This tour is between ninety minutes and two hours in length. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather – the tour will proceed rain or shine. Cameras are encouraged! General Admission - $15.00 The location to meet is the Main Street Ice Cream at 35 Main St., Hamburg[masked]
- Let's have dinner at the "Asian Star" on Seneca St.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to explore the refreshing and exquisite flavors of Chinese, Thai and Japanese cuisine here at the Asian Star family restaurant. We are dedicated to ushering you into the finest dining experience and our hope is to share our passion, appreciation, and respect for our craft with you. We offer a large variety of gluten free options, including most popular dishes such as General Tso chicken and Pad Thai. We also have large selections of vegetarian dishes. Any diet concerns will be taking care at your request. So come join us here at the Asian Star, you'll be glad you did. THIS IS LOCATED AT 4060 SENECA STREET IN WEST SENECA. I had this scheduled in May and couldn't make it because I was not feeling well, but the ladies said that the food was delicious and that they would like to go again, so I posted it again. I am looking forward to tasting Thai food to see if I like it, as well as having Chinese food, which I love!
- 3 Keys to Living Vibrantly & Creating a Life You Love!
Lynn Tranchell, a member of our group, is a Life Coach. She will be speaking to us about Creating a Life That You Love. You will get clear about the life you would love to create, turn your inner critic into your own personal cheerleader, and take inspired action in the face of fear, doubt and worry. There will be a fee of $10.00 per person to cover Lynn's cost. Unity Church 1243 Delaware at Auburn Parking in the back. Enter through the front door.
- Neil Simon's "Rumors" at Lancaster Opera House
Four Society Couples are invited to the home of the Deputy Mayor of New York to celebrate a wedding anniversary. The first couple arrives, only to find that the host has just shot himself. Though only a flesh wound, he lies bleeding in one room while his wife is nowhere in sight. The couple conspires to get "the story" straight before the other guests arrive. As more people show up, confusions and miscommunications mount, and the evening spins off into classic Neil Simon farcical hilarity . Contains adult language. IN ORDER FOR US TO BE ABLE TO GO TO THIS PLAY AND ALL SIT TOGETHER, YOU MUST SEND ME A CHECK FOR( $25. ADULT, $23. SENIOR) BEFORE AUGUST 24TH. IF I DONT RECEIVE A CHECK FROM YOU, YOU WILL NOT GET A TICKET. PLEASE DO NOT RSVP FOR THIS UNLESS YOU ARE GOING TO GO FOR SURE, AND WILL SEND ME A CHECK RIGHT AWAY. I AM NOT GOING TO CHASE YOU DOWN FOR THE MONEY. AFTER I RECEIVE EVERYONES CHECK, I WILL ORDER THE TICKETS AND BRING THEM TO THE OPERA HOUSE WITH ME ON THAT DAY. We will go out for dinner at the 99 Brick Oven and Bar at 99 Aurora Street. All who want to join us for dinner let me know so that I can make reservations.
- Let's go to Banchetti's for Brunch
The menu features over 50 items including: Belgian Waffles, Made-To-Order Omelettes, Scrambled Eggs, Eggs Benedict, Sausage, Bacon, Carved Ham & Beef, Pasta du Jour, Fresh Fruit Station, Salad Bar, Seasonal Entreé Station, Deluxe Dessert Bar & Much More! Our seasonal brunches are the perfect venue for a get-together with family and friends! Adults $17.95 We will all meet in the hallway at 10:45, or the reservations will be under Nancy.