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Winter Market at Horsefeathers Lists March 1 Events

Winter Market at Horsefeathers Lists March 1 Events

 

The popular Winter Market at Horsefeathers will continue its successful run on Saturday, March 1. The indoor market is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through May 3 and occupies portions of the first floor and lower level of the Horsefeathers Market & Residences, located at 346 Connecticut St. on Buffalo’s West Side. 

Providing musical entertainment on March 1 will be violinist David Adamczyk. 

Jacobs Brings Auto Bureau Services Back To West Seneca

Jacobs Brings Auto Bureau Services Back To West Seneca

County Clerk offering motorists Mobile Unit service every Friday

Erie County, NY- Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs officially unveiled the Erie County Auto Bureau’s newest On-Site Mobile location. Jacobs worked with Town Supervisor Sheila Meegan to once again offer auto bureau services in the Town of West Seneca.

“I pledged to restructure and improve the hours and location sites of the Erie County Auto Bureau”, said County Clerk Jacobs. “We have worked with our partners in government to expand office operations and enhance hours for all motorists with no additional costs to the residents of Erie County.”

The new Mobile Auto Bureau will serve West Seneca and the surrounding areas every Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the West Seneca Ice Rink, 1250 Union Road, West Seneca.  

Jacobs' “Thank-A-Vet” And EG Tax Service Partner Up For Veterans

Jacobs' “Thank-A-Vet” And EG Tax Service Partner Up For Veterans

EG Tax offers 10% discount benefit to Veterans participating in Discount Program

Erie County, NY—Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs welcomes EG Tax Services to his “Thank –A-Vet” Discount Program.  This program has grown from 27 businesses to over 600 and growing, offering valuable discounts on goods and services, making it a real benefit to our veteran community.

“I want to thank Esther Gulyas and EG Tax for joining our program and offering discounted tax preparation services to our veterans,” said Jacobs.  “With tax season quickly approaching this is the perfect time for veterans to put their “Thank-A-Vet” card to work for them.”

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery Lists Upcoming Classes, Events

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery Lists Upcoming Classes, Events

 

Several classes and events are planned throughout the first two months of the new year at Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery, located at 1168 Orchard Park Road in West Seneca.

Another Wine, Women & Art class with artist Andrea Oswald will take place Thursday evening, Jan. 16, at the gallery. Participants will create an 11x14 painting using one-stroke brush strokes as part of the composition. The fee is $25, and all supplies are included. Guests will sip a little wine, taste a few goodies, have some "girl talk" and enjoy a girl's night out! Please call to reserve your seat.

Phantastica is Filled with Amazing Oddities and Curiosities

Phantastica is Filled with Amazing Oddities and Curiosities

Dundas Street in nearby London is filled with cool shops and galleries, but perhaps none as unique as Phantastica Oddities & Curiosities. If you’re into the vintage craze, then Phantastica is a must-visit when exploring interesting destinations north of the border.

The shelves are so full of interesting objects that it’s almost hard to focus on everything that surrounds you. From vintage typewriters and cameras to games and household decor, Phantastica “builds love affairs between eccentrics and the objects they are passionate about,” according to the shop’s website.

Dog Ears Bookstore to Host Two Signing Events

Dog Ears Bookstore to Host Two Signing Events

 

The nonprofit Dog Ears Bookstore & Café, located at 688 Abbott Road in South Buffalo, will host two book-signing events with local authors on Jan. 11 and 12.

Kingsmill’s: A Unique Store Rich with History

Kingsmill’s: A Unique Store Rich with History

 

We’ll still see them in movies and old television shows from time to time, those grandiose department stores featuring multiple levels, high-end products and manually operated elevators. And in nearby London, Ontario, one of those rare examples of classic architecture still exists, a haven for shoppers who enjoy life’s finer things and tourists who appreciate a glimpse into the past.

Kingsmill’s, dating back to 1865, is London’s oldest and most respected department store. The four floors of the store, located at 130 Dundas St., offer a wide range of products including home furnishings, fine china and collectibles, fashions, cosmetics, linens, gifts, kitchenware, luggage and much more.