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Exhibits, Classes Continue at Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery

Exhibits, Classes Continue at Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery

 

Enjoy The Journey Art Gallery in West Seneca has several creative events and classes planned throughout the months of April and May. The gallery is located at 1168 Orchard Park Road.

The popular Wine, Women & Art class returns from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 10.  A girl’s night out, participants in this month’s class will paint a pair of wine glasses and a wine decanter in a grape motif. All supplies are included and the cost of the class is just $25. To reserve your place, please call 675-0204.

Evolution Wearable Art Fashion Show April 6

Evolution Wearable Art Fashion Show April 6

On April 6, 2014, the Impact Artists Gallery is holding their premier fundraising event, “Evolution…Wear Art Meets Fashion”. This wearable art runway competition features 60 unique, one-of-kind, wearable art fashions created by local and national artists. Taking place at the Tonawanda Castle Tickets to this fashion event are $35 but why not go for the whole experience with the purchase of a VIP ticket for $75. VIP ticket includes preferred seating at the runway show and an after party complete with champagne, desserts, a "swag bag" and an opportunity to meet and great the artists, fashion designers and models in full costume.

All proceeds from this event go to support the Impact Artists Gallery, a non-profit organization that provides a venue for local artists to exhibit, sell, collaborate and learn. Impact, a supporter of WNY artist for over 20 years, is truly a "Great place to hang."

River Otter Pups Born at the Buffalo Zoo

The Buffalo Zoo welcomes two litters of North American river otter pups.

The two separate litters were born in early March at the Buffalo Zoo to nine-year-old sisters Daisy and Ellie. The father of both litters is a seven-year-old North American river otter named Rascal, who arrived at the Buffalo Zoo in 2012 from the Trevor Zoo in Millbrook, NY. These are the first North American river otter births at the Buffalo Zoo, and all three of the otters are first-time parents.

Both Daisy and Ellie are proving to be attentive mothers and have kept their litters in their dens. The pups are still too small to be on exhibit for the public, but Zoo officials expect them to be out in a few weeks. In the mean time, the Zoo will share updated photos and video footage of the pups on their Facebook page and displayed near the Otter Creek exhibit.

The Otter Creek exhibit is sponsored by Buffalo Exterminating.

River Otter Pups Born at the Buffalo Zoo

The Buffalo Zoo welcomes two litters of North American river otter pups.

The two separate litters were born in early March at the Buffalo Zoo to nine-year-old sisters Daisy and Ellie. The father of both litters is a seven-year-old North American river otter named Rascal, who arrived at the Buffalo Zoo in 2012 from the Trevor Zoo in Millbrook, NY. These are the first North American river otter births at the Buffalo Zoo, and all three of the otters are first-time parents.

Both Daisy and Ellie are proving to be attentive mothers and have kept their litters in their dens. The pups are still too small to be on exhibit for the public, but Zoo officials expect them to be out in a few weeks. In the mean time, the Zoo will share updated photos and video footage of the pups on their Facebook page and displayed near the Otter Creek exhibit.

The Otter Creek exhibit is sponsored by Buffalo Exterminating.

River Otter Pups Born at the Buffalo Zoo

The Buffalo Zoo welcomes two litters of North American river otter pups.

The two separate litters were born in early March at the Buffalo Zoo to nine-year-old sisters Daisy and Ellie. The father of both litters is a seven-year-old North American river otter named Rascal, who arrived at the Buffalo Zoo in 2012 from the Trevor Zoo in Millbrook, NY. These are the first North American river otter births at the Buffalo Zoo, and all three of the otters are first-time parents.

Both Daisy and Ellie are proving to be attentive mothers and have kept their litters in their dens. The pups are still too small to be on exhibit for the public, but Zoo officials expect them to be out in a few weeks. In the mean time, the Zoo will share updated photos and video footage of the pups on their Facebook page and displayed near the Otter Creek exhibit.

The Otter Creek exhibit is sponsored by Buffalo Exterminating.

Here is some quick info about Sunday's Buffalo MassMob III

Here is some quick info about Sunday's Buffalo MassMob III

Here is some quick info about Sunday's Buffalo Mass Mob.

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Mass starts at 10:30am...at 10:00 and if you want to come early,  "Gorzkie żale" starts.

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Mount Mercy Academy Announces a New Summer Camp for Girls

Mount Mercy Academy Announces a New Summer Camp for Girls

Join us for a week of fun this summer!

Registration is now open for Mount Mercy Academy's new GIRLS ONLY summer camp - Camp Mercy! From sports to art to dance to science, we have an activity for you. Sessions are designed for 3rd-8th grade students. With fun, hands-on, project-based sessions, we give girls the opportunity to explore in a creative environment. Each day will offer a different learning experience including fine arts, science, technology, creative writing and world cultures. Our faculty instructors and camp counselors make learning exciting!

The camp runs from July 21-25, 2014 with an extended day program to accommodate working parents. Registration is $180 for the week - register by May 1st to receive an early bird discount of $30 off!

Click here to register today!