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Warm Your Winter with Wine (Jan. 21-23)

Warm Your Winter with Wine (Jan. 21-23)

Enjoy one of our region's tasty winter beverages this weekend as the Niagara Wine Trail presents their "Warm Your Winter with Wine" event. Many of the Niagara Wine Trail participating wineries are celebrating their delicious Ice Wines with special tastings and discounts on bottles of wine and more.

 For more information and maps of the wineries go to the Niagara Wine Trail website

Why not make it even easier to enjoy the celebration by having someone chauffeur you to each of the venues? Zoladz Limousine service has a January special of 20% off and they are taking reservations now for this weekends festivities.

For more information and reservation info, go to the Zoladz Limousine website.

Flurrious! 2011

Flurrious! 2011

Enjoy some winter fun today (Jan. 16) at Delaware Park for the 1st annual Flurrious! winter event. Here is a link to the schedule:

http://www.bfloparks.org/images/uploads/Flurrious_Event_Sched.jpg

 

And for more images go to:

http://onsightstudio.smugmug.com/WNYEvents2011/Flurrious/15464456_pQeXK#1157808881_o5H2o

"They Kept Their Word": An Exhibit on Historical African American Women's Literary Societies

"They Kept Their Word": An Exhibit on Historical African American Women's Literary Societies

The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society presents an exhibit delving into the rich and influential history of African American Women’s Literary Societies in the Buffalo region. “They Kept Their Word: African American Women's Literary Societies and Their Legacy” opens with a reception on Sunday, Jan. 16, 2011 at 2 p.m.

This opening reception coincides with a Martin Luther King program at the Historical Society, sponsored by the Afro American Historical Association of the Niagara Frontier, which will take place at 3 p.m. on the same day. ("African Americans, the Civil War & Martin Luther King's Legacy" is the theme of the MLK program; speaker Harry Matthews Bradshaw will offer a talk on the subject.)

New Publication Seeks to Foster Understanding Between Jews and Muslims

New Publication Seeks to Foster Understanding Between Jews and Muslims

From a statement issued by the editor of Jewish Muslim Friendship in WNY:

LOCKPORT, NY -- We are pleased to announce the publication of our new on-line magazine, Jewish Muslim Friendship in Western New York.  We are Jewish and Muslim residents of the Buffalo NY area, seeking to promote friendship and understanding between our communities.  We offer our magazine as an effective and exciting way to exchange ideas and learn from one another’s cultural, religious, and personal experiences.  Convinced that many people of good will throughout Western New York share our aspirations, we invite all to join us in this promising endeavor.

Themed Tours by Historical Society and Forest Lawn Highlight Red Jacket, Pan-American Exposition

Themed Tours by Historical Society and Forest Lawn Highlight Red Jacket, Pan-American Exposition

The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society, in collaboration with the Forest Lawn Group, is present two themed tours to take place this winter.

The Rail Barons on Board with Model Trains at the Historical Society

The Rail Barons on Board with Model Trains at the Historical Society

All on board for the holiday running of the Rail Barons display!

The Rail Barons will be in residence at the Historical Society and running the model train set-up every Saturday and Sunday from Nov. 28 through Feb. 28, with a special holiday schedule that includes December 26, 28, 29, 30, and January 2.

The Rail Barons display includes HO-gauge model trains running on more than 200 feet of track, as well as a scale Erie Canal lock and 100 miniature buildings portraying Buffalo and Western New York at the turn of the 20th century.

Visitors to the train display will also enjoy access to the museum’s exhibits, including the new “Fact, Fiction & Spectacle: The Trial of Red Jacket,” which features several of the museum’s most remarkable artifacts, while telling an amazing story of one of our region’s well-known figures, the Seneca orator Red Jacket.

Christmas Program to Feature Annunciation School Students

Christmas Program to Feature Annunciation School Students

Annunciation Church, 7580 Clinton St., Elma, will host its annual Christmas program beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, December 16. Performed by students from Annunciation School, the event is open to the public.

 Offering academic programs for students in Pre-K through Grade 8, Annunciation currently serves the following school districts: Alden, Alexander, Attica, East Aurora, Cheektowaga, Depew, Iroquois, Lancaster, Orchard Park and West Seneca. For more information or to arrange a tour of the school, please call 681-1327 or visit www.annunciationschoolelma.com.