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Kenmore East Select Choir Brings Holiday Cheer to Local Hospital

Kenmore East Select Choir Brings Holiday Cheer to Local Hospital

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The Kenmore East Select Choir helped spread holiday cheer today at Kenmore Mercy as part of the hospital's annual Sounds of the Season free concert series. 

The Kenmore East Select Choir is a select auditioned mixed choir from Kenmore East High School. The students have a very active schedule and perform throughout Western New York.

Kenmore Mercy Hospital strives to provide each patient with a fulfilling hospital experience. These performers will help the hospital give the patients and unique and special holiday experience, and help spread the joy of the season.

The next concert is on Monday, December 13 at 12:30 p.m. featuring the string duo of Leslie Bahler, violist and former patient, as well as Marilynn Standard.

 

Home for the Holidays Concert Series Benefiting Compass House, 12/9-29!

Home for the Holidays Concert Series Benefiting Compass House, 12/9-29!


WHO: A herd of Buffalo musicians – ex-pats, re-pats, and immigrants, along with upstart Buffalo-based company You and Who
WHAT: Home for the Holidays concert series benefiting Compass House
WHEN: December 9th-29th – seven events in all
WHERE: Five different Buffalo music venues
WHY: To celebrate the many meanings of “home”

Home for the Holidays Concert Series Celebrates Buffalo and Supports Compass House

Series celebrates Buffalo with a wide range of artists who call the city home in some way

               There are many interpretations to the word “home.” For most people born and bred in Buffalo, this city will always be home no matter where they lay their head, and many musicians have sought other scenes to real

Videos Allow WNY Travelers to Discover the Spirit of London Before Crossing the Border

Shops, restaurants, theater, cultural institutions, wineries, museums, markets, comfortable hotels, sports and recreation, slot machines, special events ... sounds like a fun and accurate description of Western New York, right?

Actually, the exciting and equally inviting city of London, Ontario, boasts many similarities to the Buffalo region. Maybe that’s why more and more Buffalonians are traveling to London for a quick getaway.

Meet the Authors at the History Museum: Local Author Book-signing and Sale

The Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society presents its annual Local Author/Buffalo Book-Signing on Saturday, Nov. 27 from noon to 2 p.m. at the History Museum, located at 25 Nottingham Court at Elmwood Avenue.

The event is FREE and open to the public. It's designed for shoppers looking for personalized gifts in a relaxed atmosphere, features over 35 local authors selling and signing their books. The wide range of publications—including cookbooks, neighborhood, regional and military history, novels and coffee-table books—makes this a perfect opportunity to shop for a variety of tastes. All that and an autograph, too!

This year’s event includes the following authors:

Giving Thanks For Another Year To Serve: Buffalo AmeriCorps Takes A New Oath Of Service

Giving Thanks For Another Year To Serve: Buffalo AmeriCorps Takes A New Oath Of Service

Buffalo, New York – November 23, 2010 – Buffalo AmeriCorps members represented Buffalo well as they attended the annual AmeriCorps kickoff held in Albany, NY by The New York State Commission on National and Community Service.

The event held on November 19th, 2010 united thousands of AmeriCorps members from New York State to take the AmeriCorps pledge of service, enjoy keynote speakers and partake in educational trainings such as: CPR/Disaster Preparedness and conflict resolution. A mass service project also took place were 3000 Christmas cards were signed and filled with inspirational messages by AmeriCorps members to send to American troops overseas.

‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ Ready to Delight Theatre Patrons

A Western New York favorite — Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat — is ready to take the stage at the glorious and historic Grand Theatre in nearby London, Ontario, from November 24 through January 2. It’s a perfect opportunity to get away and relax a bit during the busy holiday season!

Featuring music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, this production of Joseph is directed by Susan Ferley. 

Two Native American-Related Events at the History Museum, Nov. 20

The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society and the New York Council for the Humanities are pleased to offer "Inventing Fashion: Iroquois Beadwork and the 'Art of Flowering,'" a FREE presentation to be given by author and scholar Deborah Holler.