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Stella Niagara Preserve Receives $50,000 Grant from Houston-based Gallogly Family Foundation

Stella Niagara Preserve Receives $50,000 Grant from Houston-based Gallogly Family Foundation

 

The Western New York Land Conservancy was recently awarded $50,000 from the Gallogly Family Foundation to help create the Stella Niagara Preserve, a new, publicly accessible nature preserve along the Niagara River in Lewiston, N.Y. The Land Conservancy has now received more than $2.7 million of the more than $3.2 million needed to create the Stella Niagara Preserve. Additional donations from the community are needed soon if the Stella Niagara Preserve is to become a reality.

TRIVIA NIGHT at Tifft Nature Preserve

TRIVIA NIGHT at Tifft Nature Preserve

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Trivia Night FUNdraiser To Support Tifft Nature Preserve December 12

BUFFALO, NY (December 2, 2014) - Tifft Nature Preserve (Tifft), Buffalo’s natural treasure at the Outer Harbor, will host its second annual Trivia Night FUNdraiser on Friday, December 12 (rescheduled from November 21 due to the storm) from 7-9pm to benefit its educational programs, conservation efforts, and nonprofit mission.

Teams of four or individual participants are invited to show off their trivia knowledge of fun and easy facts from their favorite nature-themed television shows, movies and commercials. Teams will enjoy a rousing evening of treats and prizes as well as some interactive surprises incorporating popular board games that participants will be sure to enjoy. 

“Holiday Cheer on Chippewa” Scheduled for December 5 and 6

 “Holiday Cheer on Chippewa” Scheduled for December 5 and 6

It's never been a better time to come downtown to Buffalo. To kick off the holidays, the Chippewa Alliance will host Holiday Cheer on Chippewa, a two-day series of events to take place on Chippewa Street (and select businesses on Franklin Street). The weekend events are highlighted by a special tree trimming contest among local businesses, donation collection drive for the Buffalo City Mission, music by Hutch-Tech High School, and speciality cocktails, great craft beer and plenty of food at local establishments. People can walk Chippewa Street, see the trees and decorations while spreading Holiday Cheer on Chippewa. Rumor has it that Santa Claus might show up too!

Laura’s Critter Care Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit Homeless Pets of Ascension Pet Foo

Laura’s Critter Care Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit Homeless Pets of Ascension Pet Foo

 

 

 

 

Laura’s Critter Care Hosts Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive to Benefit Homeless Pets of Ascension Pet Food Pantry

 

 

What:    As part of an international effort spearheaded by Pet Sitters International (PSI), the largest educational association for professional pet sitters, the Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive was created to collect pet food for local shelters and pet-rescue groups across the globe.  Proceeds from Laura’s Critter Care’s drive will go to Ascension Pet Food Pantry.

 

Who:    The Hungry Bowl™ Pet Food Drive in Erie County is being hosted by Laura’s Critter Care.

 

Explore Buffalo to Host Santa’s Skyscraper Soiree Atop Liberty Building

Explore Buffalo to Host Santa’s Skyscraper Soiree Atop Liberty Building

 

Friends from Western New York and beyond are invited to join Explore Buffalo as they celebrate the holiday season from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, in the Mid-Day Club at the top of the Liberty Building, 424 Main St., Buffalo. Guests at Santa’s Skyscraper Soiree will enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Buffalo at night with all of the city’s holiday lights aglow.

All guests will also have a chance to win festive Buffalo-themed prizes, and Santa Claus will be taking a break from his work at the North Pole to visit Buffalo to hand them out! Tickets are just $20 pre-sale and $25 at the door, and admission includes hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets for beer or wine.

Children’s Photographs Exhibited From Daemen-Community Project

Children’s Photographs Exhibited From Daemen-Community Project

Buffalo area elementary students displayed photographs that show their creative views of the community and environment at a Nov. 11 exhibit that culminated a collaborative project with Daemen College.

Images from the Seneca Babcock Children’s Photo Show were available for purchase with proceeds benefiting the Seneca Babcock After School Program.

During the five-week project, Daemen art education students worked with a dozen children in the after school program and instructed them on the basics of camera use. The young participants were then introduced to works by Jay Masiel, an acclaimed photographer best known for his unique perspective on capturing the environment and everyday life.

FUNdraiser for Tifft - "As Seen on TV" TRIVIA NIGHT this Friday

FUNdraiser for Tifft - "As Seen on TV" TRIVIA NIGHT this Friday

Trivia Night FUNdraiser To Support Tifft Nature Preserve November 21

BUFFALO, NY (November 6, 2014) - Tifft Nature Preserve (Tifft), Buffalo’s natural treasure at the Outer Harbor, will host its second annual Trivia Night FUNdraiser on Friday, November 21 from 7-9pm to benefit its educational programs, conservation efforts, and nonprofit mission.