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Spare the Zombies food drive Jan 24. Buffalo NY

Spare the Zombies food drive Jan 24. Buffalo NY

Just when you thought Zombies couldn't give anymore interesting on Jan 24. Terror Technologies Buffalo Zombies for charity host Spare the Zombies. The event is a food drive at Kenmore Bowling lanes 1691 Kenmore ave. its an all ages event 11pm-2:30am. The event includes unlimited bowling ticker $20 space is limited so be sure to reserve your tickets at events716@gmail.com.

Come dress in your favorite costume if you like and please don't forget to bring canned food items for the food drive.For more info on Terror Technologies go to: http://www.terrortech.org/

Hosted by: Terror Technologies Buffalo Zombies for Charity
* WHEN: Friday January 24, 2014
* Registration Starts at 11:00 pm
* Bowling Starts at midnight Friday until 2:30 am Saturday
* WHERE: Kenmore Bowling Lanes, 1691 Kenmore Ave, Kenmore NY
* COST: $20
* Included Are: Unlimited bowling, shoes
* PLEASE BRING: Canned food items for our Food Drive
* THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery Lists Holiday Events

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery Lists Holiday Events

 

West Seneca’s Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery has announced its lineup of creative classes and events to be offered throughout the holiday season.

The popular Wine Women & Art class with artist Andrea Oswald will once again be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12. Participants will paint two beautiful holiday wine glasses  featuring a poinsettia and a cardinal to take home.

Roycrofters to Unveil ‘Goodie Box’ at Winter Festival

Roycrofters to Unveil ‘Goodie Box’ at Winter Festival

 

Visitors to the annual Roycroft Winter Festival will have the first opportunity to see the famous “Goodie Box,” built each year by a dedicated Roycroft artist and filled with numerous items crafted by fellow artisans. The unveiling of the box and its contents will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 7 and 8 during the Winter Festival in East Aurora Middle School, 430 Main St., East Aurora.

Coming Home Buffalo host workshops

Coming Home Buffalo host workshops

On Dec 14. in Buffalo NY Coming Home Buffalo & Getthebuzz716 presents  Branding 101, Model Bootcamp, Music Industry Unplugged  which provides artists, models, small businesses, musicians and entrepreneurs with knowledge of building a brand ,the business of the music, fashion and modeling industry. These workshops hosted by Coming Home Buffalo and Getthebuzz716 will be ongoing providing emerging designers, artists, musicians, models and entrepreneurs with resources, training and development, to support its growth and profitability. The workshops are taught by established industry leaders and offers mini educational seminars and networking opportunities.

 

Step Inside and Discover Canada’s Largest Ceramic Art Gallery

Step Inside and Discover Canada’s Largest Ceramic Art Gallery

While it doesn’t look great in size from the outside, the Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery in nearby London, Ontario, proves that looks can be deceiving! Wander inside and you’ll quickly discover Canada’s largest ceramic art gallery almost hidden away on busy Dundas Street.

Established in 2000, the Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery has evolved into a Mecca for ceramic collectors, showcasing the talents of more than 125 of Canada’s top ceramic artists. “Our commitment is to provide a comprehensive nationwide representation of Canadian ceramics,” said the owner. “We also showcase the work of many of Canada’s leading silversmiths.”

The ARTS Project Breathes Life Into London’s Cultural Scene

The ARTS Project Breathes Life Into London’s Cultural Scene

 

Dundas Street in nearby London, Ontario, is one of those cool and eclectic destinations where you just want to walk into every store, café and gallery for fear of missing something truly unique. The ARTS Project, a nonprofit gallery, theatre and studio located at 203 Dundas St., is just one of those must-see venues.

"fifty' by Ryki Zuckerman [In Honor of JFK]

"fifty' by Ryki Zuckerman [In Honor of JFK]

 

fifty

the crackle of the overhead speaker,
usually mute after morning announcements,
interrupted our lesson.
someone must have thought
we should know what had happened in dallas.

what happened in dallas
that sent us streaming into the halls,
sobbing and confused,
leaning against the shoulders
of teachers and friends,
pained and numb all at once.

pained and numb all at once
that he was gone, not yet
knowing it would all change now,
the bright future diminished, and our eyes
fixed on tv screens for days after,

tv screens during the day,
usually verboten until after dinner,
while history played out in front of us
inside the little black and white box:
the bloody pink suit, the riderless horse, the casket
lying in state