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Sports Card & Memorabilia Expo Returns to Former Hearthstone Manor Site

Sports Card & Memorabilia Expo Returns to Former Hearthstone Manor Site

 

WNY Sports Card & Memorabilia Expo 15, the area’s largest biannual sports card and memorabilia show with more than 100 tables of merchandise, returns to the Grapevine Banquet Hall (formerly the Hearthstone Manor), 333 Dick Road, Depew, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 29.

Vendor tables will feature new and vintage sports cards, non-sports cards, packs, autographs, game programs, yearbooks, pennants, videos, vintage photos and much more. The event will feature local and out-of-state vendors, as well as dealers who are new to this show. Admission is just $3. 

MQA Students Get a Taste of Foreign Language Week

MQA Students Get a Taste of Foreign Language Week

 

Students and staff at Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School are celebrating Foreign Language Week March 9-13 with a variety of fun and educational multicultural events. From games and quizzes to dance lessons, foreign films and a scavenger hunt, it promises to be an exciting week!

Hochul Reviews State’s Campus Sexual Assault Policy With Daemen Community

Hochul Reviews State’s Campus Sexual Assault Policy With Daemen Community

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul discussed a new Cuomo administration effort related to campus sexual assault prevention and policies at New York State’s private colleges at a March 5 meeting with members of the Daemen College community.

Hochul’s visit to Daemen was the first to take place at a Western New York private college as part of a statewide tour to talk about elements of the proposed legislation. With this, a new state policy implemented in December at SUNY campuses would be extended to include private colleges statewide so that uniform procedures and guidelines are in place at both private and public institutions.

Whitworth Ferguson Planetarium at Buffalo State Resumes Programming

Whitworth Ferguson Planetarium at Buffalo State Resumes Programming

Thanks to the continued generosity of the Whitworth and Dorothy Ferguson Foundation, the Whitworth Ferguson Planetarium at Buffalo State will resume public programming on Friday, March 6, after a two-year hiatus.

The planetarium, which temporarily closed in January 2013 to accommodate construction of Buffalo State’s $100 million Science and Mathematics Complex, will set up operations in Buckham Hall for the next four years inside a new inflatable planetarium with a state-of-the-art projector system. The Whitworth and Dorothy Ferguson Foundation funded the inflatable planetarium project—which is only slightly smaller than the former physical planetarium.

Mary Queen of Angels School Turns to Community for ‘Wish List’ Assistance

Mary Queen of Angels School Turns to Community for ‘Wish List’ Assistance

 

On the heels of two generous donations from the community — a flat screen television from a local business and art supplies from a WNY resident — Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School has created a “wish list” with the hope of obtaining more useful items for the school.

Compiled by teachers and staff at Cheektowaga’s only Catholic school, the list includes the following new or gently used items:

• Age-appropriate DVDs 

Spring Break Travel Tips for International Students

Spring Break Travel Tips for International Students

 

With spring break right around the corner, more than 1.5 million college students in the United States will flock to popular hot-spot destinations like Cancun, Montego Bay, Panama City and more. Among these traveling college students will certainly be international students, as there are currently more than 1.11 million attending college in the United States. In order to make spring break travel a smooth experience, it’s important for international students to keep certain requirements in mind. Here are some helpful tips to remember when leaving and returning to the U.S.:

Art Project Introduces MQA Students to the Work of Norman Rockwell

Art Project Introduces MQA Students to the Work of Norman Rockwell

 

Social media played a prominent role in an interesting and creative student art project currently under way at Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School in Cheektowaga.

It started in January when a member of the school’s faculty spotted an ad on Craigslist offering approximately four dozen Norman Rockwell collectible plates free to a good home. The Boston, N.Y., resident who donated the plates just wanted them to go somewhere where they would be appreciated.