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Cooking Event at Wegmans on Sheridan Dr. "Stir Fry-Wok This Way" on 3/31

Cooking Event at Wegmans on Sheridan Dr. "Stir Fry-Wok This Way" on 3/31

Mastering the Basics--Stir Fry: Wok This Way with Chef Jeff Lunney

We’ll begin with a chef demonstration of preparing ingredients and our stir-fry technique, and you’ll get to sample Pad Thai Shrimp Bowl with Peanuts. The class will break into teams of two or three to work on their dishes. Each half of the class prepares one recipe that’s enough for everyone in the class. That way you’ll enjoy everything made, as well as a wine sampling to complement your meal.  Class prepared menus include Spicy Orange Pork Stir Fry, Lemon Grass Beef Stir Fry, and chef-prepared rice.

Want to master the basics of other cooking techniques? We have a series of 3! Mastering the Basics makes a great holiday gift for kitchen newbies, newlywed couples or budding food enthusiasts.

15th International Women's Film Festival

15th International Women's Film Festival

March 31, 7:00 p.m. Market Arcade with Filmmaker Emily Hubley in attendance
The Toe Tactic; Her Grandmother's Gift; Witch Madness

Location: Market Arcade Film and Arts Center, Hallwalls, & Squeaky Wheel
Address: 341 Delaware Avenue · Buffalo, NY 14202
Phone: (716) -
Website: http://genderin.buffalo.edu/filmfest.php

 

 

Computer Music Concert at UB on Wed., March 3oth

Computer Music Concert at UB on Wed., March 3oth
Wednesday, March 30 at 7:30pm Computer Music Concert

Black Box Theatre, Center for the Arts
Free and open to the public

Thursday, March 18 at 4pm Composer workshop with Talujon Percussion

Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall
Free and open for public observation

Friday, March 19 at 1pm Master Class with Talujon Percussion

Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall
Free and open for public observation

Friday, March 19 at 7:30pm Talujon Percussion

David Cossin, Dominic Donato, Tom Kolor, Michael Lipsey, and Matt Ward

Slee/Visiting Artist Series
Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall
Advance: $12/$9/$5
Day of: $20/$15/$8

PROGRAM:

Spring Awakening at UB's Center for the Arts

Spring Awakening at UB's Center for the Arts
Spring Awakening Mainstage Theatre

Thursday, March 31

7:30pm
$50, $40, Students (any school at the Box Office) $27

National Tour!

The winner of 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical - told by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater through "The most gorgeous Broadway score this decade" (Entertainment Weekly) - SPRING AWAKENING explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion you will never forget.

The landmark musical SPRING AWAKENING is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock & roll that is exhilarating audiences across the nation like no other musical in years.

Join this group of late 19th century

PETropolitan Auction of Art to Feature Works from 70 Local Artists

PETropolitan Auction of Art to Feature Works from 70 Local Artists

On Thursday, March 31, 2011, local artists will be out supporting the Maddie's® Pet Rescue Project at the PETropolitan Auction of Art at Asbury Hall.  Over 70 works of animal-inspired art will be featured in a silent auction, with pieces by talented artists such as Mary Begley of Righteous Babe Records and Elizabeth Leader, author and illustrator of "Buffalo Snow".

Seven area artists whose works will be up for auction were the recipients of awards from PETropolitan judges Karen Arrison, Gerald Mead and Ann Peterson.  Jacqueline Welch's piece "Patron Saint of the Fragile" was awarded Best in Show, and six other artists received Judge's Selection awards.  A live auction, which takes place at 8:00pm and will be run by Cash Realty & Auctions, will include pieces by Polly Little, Development Development for Hallwalls, along with Marybeth Cunningham, the illustrator for the "Save America's Fores

Wegmans Cooking Event on 3/24, 6-8:30PM, Sheridan Dr. location

Wegmans Cooking Event on 3/24, 6-8:30PM, Sheridan Dr. location
Mastering the Basics--Everyday Pan-Searing with Chef Mike Kandler Our chef will show you how to prep ingredients and do our pan-searing technique, and you’ll enjoy samples of Prosciutto Wrapped Cod. The class will break into teams of two or three to work on their dishes. Each half of the class prepares one recipe that’s enough for everyone in the class. A wine sampling to complement your meal is also provided.  Class prepared menus include our Chicken Marsala, Pan-Seared Pork Tenderloin with Raisin Black Pepper Brandy Sauce and chef-prepared roasted vegetables.   Want to master the basics of other cooking techniques? We have a series of 3!

Panel on African American Women's Literary Societies

Panel on African American Women's Literary Societies

The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society, in conjunction with the Harriet Tubman Memorial Library Project, is pleased to present a Sunday afternoon panel discussion on the topic of the continuing influence of African American Women’s Literary Societies in the Buffalo region. The panel discussion is taking place on the occasion of the closing of the Historical Society's Community Gallery exhibit, “They Kept Their Word: African American Women’s Literary Societies and Their Legacy.”

The panel will be moderated by Dr. Lillian S. Williams, Associate Professor and Chair of African American Studies at UB. Panelists will include Patricia Shoulders/Harriet Tubman 300, Priscilla Hill/Mary Talbert Club, and Peggy Brooks-Bertram, Dr.