Buffalo Homecoming - June 28th Schedule of Events

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Real Estate Agent with The Griffin Team @ Keller Williams Realty Associate RE Broker

Re-Discover Buffalo Tours

 

Take any of dozens of tours throughout the area, including the Downtown Housing Tour, and discover Buffalo's rich history, fabulous architecture and delightful neighborhoods.


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The Downtown Housing Tour

Headquarters is at the Market Arcade,
617 Main Street

1:00-5:00 p.m. FREE

This self-guided tour of downtown housing begins at the Market Arcade complex where you can pick up a map and be on your way to see some of the city's newest lofts, condos and apartments.

Whether you are looking to lease or purchase downtown housing or are simply curious to see unique architecture or decorating trends, this tour is for you!


 

Buffalo Homecoming Block Party


The Theater District -- the entire 600 Block of Main Street!

8:00 p.m. - Midnight  FREE

A fabulous event of immense proportions on the 600 Block of Main Street, featuring iconic Buffalo bands and terrific entertainment in every venue in the beautiful Theater District- something for everyone! An outdoor stage at the Tupper end of the block will provide a focal point and showcase Buffalo bands and celebrities.

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Other great events happening around Buffalo, June 28, 2008

Wicked
2:00 & 8:00
Shea's Performing Arts Center
646 Main Street Buffalo, New York 14202
(716) 847-1410

 

 

  

Rocky Horror Picture Show
10:00 p.m. and Midnight
Market Arcade Theaters

Arts Council of Buffalo

 

 

  

Shakespeare in Delaware Park
King Lear
Tuesday through Sunday - 7:30 p.m.
Shakespeare Hill in Delaware Park

Shakespeare in Delaware Park has been a Buffalo summer tradition since 1976. It is the country's second most successful outdoor Shakespeare festival in terms of audience, attracting an average of 50,000 patrons each summer. Only New York City draws more attendance for a FREE Shakespeare festival.

 

 

  

CEPA Gallery in the Market Arcade
8:00-11:00 pm.
Free and open to the public.

Stop by CEPA Gallery for a special Buffalo Homecoming wine and cheese reception and to view the Writing with Light exhibition: Picturing Poetry and Flash Fiction, featuring work by students from three Buffalo Public Schools: Native American Magnet, Frederick Law Olmsted and Highgate Heights.

Also on view will be two MFA Thesis Exhibitions by UB graduate students: Scripted Image: (Re) Visions of Authority by Kevin Charles Kline (Underground Gallery), and Enthusiast: Calls and Orders by Joel Brenden (Market Arcade Atrium).

 

 

  

Lament for Jose

Theatre Plus presents Lament for Jose, by Lee Allen Hartlieb, 7:00 p.m. Free

Alleyway Theatre

 

 

  

 

80s Bash After Party
8:00 pm
21+
Convention Center- $35/$40

 

 

  

Wines, Cidres & Chocolates of NY Fest
12:30-5:00
$20/$25 @ brownpapertickets.com

Buffalo Central Terminal
495 Paderewski Drive, Buffalo, NY 14212

 

 

  

Albright Knox Art Gallery

Jennikfer Steinkamp Exhibit 10-5

 

 

  

Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society

Shaking Hands & Kissing Babies and Cathedrals of Industry Photographs by Michael L. Horowitz, Part I: Colonel Ward Pumping Station

***Buy one-Get one admission for Buffalo Homecoming participants

 

 

  

Exile on Allen Street

 

 

  

Ride for Roswell
6:00 am-4:00pm

 

 

  

Filter

 

 

  

Bisons vs SWB
Dunn Tire Park
7:05 pm

 

 

  

Summer Picnic/Fundraiser at the Broadway Market
1-5pm.

There will be food, drinks, games, ticket and silent auctions, art demonstrations, glass blowing, sculpture, vendor tables and everyone can have a chance to paint a tile for the Broadway Market mural. Community-oriented, everyone can paint their face and something to do with their country of origin and they will be mounted inside the Market as permanent artwork.
(716) 572-7026
buffalomuralarts.wetpaint.com

 

 

  

Eclectic Boogaloo!

with the Eclectic Improv Company

Shea's Smith Theatre

 

 

  

Allentown Ghostwalk

Meet at the Allen St. Hardware CafŽ (245 Allen Street) at 10:00 a.m.

Theatre District Ghostwalk

Meet at SPOT Coffee (227 Delaware Avenue) at 12:00 Noon

$10.00 Adults $5.00 Children ( 7-11yrs)

Tours are held RAIN or SHINE
** No Reservations Required **

For more information call 655-6663 or visit www.MasonWinfield.com

 

 

  

NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation

Hidden Trails of Evangola
10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Evangola State Park
(716) 826-8895.

Fireworks over the Falls
10:00 pm
www.niagarafallsstatepark.com

 

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