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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
Blues
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Niagara Falls
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to Old Falls Street
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Nancy Dwyer works collected for exhibit
Latest in Western New York Collects series at Castellani Art Museum
Staff reports
Tony MacAlpine is
among the many musical
acts in town this weekend.
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Nancy Dwyer is the fourth
artist to be featured in the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara
University’s ongoing series:
Western New York Collects.
Through Feb. 4, “Western
New York Collects: Nancy
Dwyer” is the latest in a series
that highlights the work of a
diverse range of visual artists with Western New York
(WNY) connections who have
gained significant national and
international recognition.
An opening reception will be
held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Nancy Dwyer attended the
State University of New York
at New Paltz and received her
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the
University at Buffalo in 1976.
Her first solo WNY exhibition
was at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center in 1977, an
artist-run, alternative art space
in Buffalo, where she was one
of the founders. Dwyer has
been exhibiting her image and
text based sculptures, paintings and multimedia installations worldwide for over 25
years.
Her work, much of which is
characterized by its wry presentation and manipulation
of language, has been shown
at major museums, including the Whitney Museum of
American Art; Metropolitan
Museum of Art; New Museum
of Contemporary Art; MOCA
Los Angeles; the Contemporary Art Museum in Houston;
the Kunsthalle Wein, Vienna,
Austria and The Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, New
Zealand.
This exhibition consists of
Dwyer’s paintings, sculptures,
prints and editioned works dating from 1977 to 1997 - that
Contributed image
“Bright Idea,” 1991, created using painted aluminum, a light bulb fixture, light bulb and caster wheels, is from
the collection of Gerald Mead of Buffalo.
have been selected from public and private collections in
WNY. The Western New York
Collects exhibition series has
become an important means of
uniting the public institution
platform with significant WNY
collectors.
Furthermore, this ongoing
series is an effort to honor the
role that local collectors play
in creating and maintaining
an enduring artistic legacy for
our region. Every collector
holds unique insights, history
and provenance regarding the
acquisition of their work(s) by
Nancy Dwyer. Collectively,
these works form a cohesive
exhibition with representative examples of the creative
output of Dwyer’s exemplary
career, and also serve to reinforce the scope and strength
of the collector base in our
region.
“ We s t e r n N e w Yo r k
Collects: Nancy Dwyer” is cocurated by Gerald Mead, artist,
art collector and independent
curator, and Michael J. Beam,
Castellani Art Museum curator of Exhibitions and special
projects. For more information, call 716-286-8286.
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Mac Arnold and Plate Full O’Blues from South Carolina opened the 2016 Niagara Falls Blues Festival on Old Falls Street.
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‘Viceroy’s House’ aims its lens
at an event that altered lives
Plus: Architectural
masterpieces, a
monstrous clown,
weak love, and
film noir
Michael Calleri
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“VICEROY’S HOUSE:”
Here’s a good movie that should
have been great because its
subject matter is monumental.
Instead, it cautiously tells a story
that needed stronger insight and
perspective.
In 1947, Great Britain is about
to grant independence to India,
and Lord Louis Mountbatten
(Hugh Bonneville), and his wife,
Lady Edwina Mountbatten (Gillian Anderson), are assigned the
task of overseeing the transfer of
this vital colony of a once powerful empire to the very people it
has ruled.
The history of the era is contentious, but the film takes the path
of too many British historical dramas: stiff upper lips rule the roost.
The Viceroy’s house in New
Delhi is the center of the transition.
Gandhi, Nehru, even Churchill are
players in the momentous decision to cede colonial institutions
to a provisional government.
Director Gurinda Chadha,
and her co-screenwriters Paul
Mayaeda Berges and Moira
Buffini, want us to think of their
movie as epic, but although the
cinematography by Ben Smithard
is outstanding, “Viceroy’s House”
never achieves the sweep necessary to tell the complete story of
India’s new beginning.
An entire population would
be displaced with the formation
of Pakistan as a Muslim country
separate from Hindu India. Millions would die in the chaotic and
shockingly violent aftermath of
the birth of two modern nations.
The movie doesn’t quite command our attention with this part
of the history. Also, a Romeo and
Juliet-style storyline falters.
“Viceroy’s House” has very
fine acting and it’s remarkably
serious, which is to its benefit,
but I wanted more emotion, a better understanding of the seismic
change to the old world order.
“COLUMBUS:” The small
city of Columbus, Indiana is
the surprising repository of an
extraordinary assemblage of modern architecture by Saarinen, Pei,
Pelli, Meier, and others. This elegiac film, written and directed by
the single-named video essayist
Kogonada, and beautifully photographed by Elisha Christian,
follows a young man (John Cho)
who arrives in Columbus after his
father becomes ill in the city. He
meets a woman (Haley Lu Richardson), who has family problems
of her own. The two forge a bond
as they examine their lives amidst
the town’s astonishing buildings.
“Columbus” is a unique film, a
tone poem flowing with extraordinary visuals, about the need
people have to connect and find
solace with each other.
“IT:” This high kick of a
movie is a churning horror escapade based on Stephen King’s
novel about a demonic clown
who emerges from murky sewers to terrorize children already
burdened with low self-esteem,
including a very good Jaeden
Lieberher. Bill Skarsgard is perfect as the grotesque Pennywise, a
deranged clown for the ages.
Directed by Andy Muschietti,
and written by Chase Palmer,
Cary Fukunaga, and Gary Doberman, “It” has solid jolts that work
well. Although the film does get
a little repetitive and flabby – it
could have been tighter – this
is still a scary experience with
enough malevolence to unsettle
even the stoniest moviegoer.
“HOME AGAIN:” Here’s a
romantic comedy with very little
believable romance and almost
no comedy. Written and directed
by Hallie Meyers-Shyer, the
daughter of Hollywood writing
and directing royalty, the clunky,
lightweight movie is a contrived
exercise with Reese Witherspoon
as a wife and mother exiting a
failed marriage and returning to
the deluxe Los Angeles mansion
in which she grew up. She allows
a trio of boring male twentysomethings, eager to get into the
Classical Ballet of Western New York
Formerly Lockport City Ballet
motion picture business, to move
into her house, one of whom,
blandly played by Pico Alexander,
she takes to bed.
The only thing that stands out in
the weakly-acted “Home Again –
padded with dreary musical montages – is Candice Bergen, very
fresh, very funny as the Witherspoon character’s mother. More
Bergen was needed, with less,
much less, of everything else.
NOIR ESSENTIALS: The
Dipson Theatre chain is fastbecoming the go-to center for
interesting cinematic experiences. The company already has
“Thursday Night Terrors,” its
frenzied freight train of a success
at the Amherst Theater, and now
the brooding themes of film noir
are finding their place in the sun,
or should I write moonlight, once
a month on Wednesdays at the
Eastern Hills Cinema.
Alex Weinstein is an employee
at Eastern Hills, who appreciates
the dark streets and callous dangers of the genre. The Lockport
native told me he discovered film
noir when he “began checking-out
movies from his local library.” He
immersed himself in noir watching Turner Classic Movies, that
grand bastion of black and white
studio entertainment.
Weinstein was taken by the
sweep of “melancholy that pervades these films.” He believes
“nothing replaces the big screen
experience” for seeing his
selections.
The solid choices for the first
season of “Noir Essentials”
include: Sept. 20 – Director Carol
Reed’s great “The Third Man,”
starring Orson Welles, Joseph
Cotten, the city of Vienna, and
a zither. Oct. 18 – “In A Lonely
Place” with Humphrey Bogart
as a failed screenwriter and Gloria Grahame as the woman who
helps him after he’s suspected of
murder. Nov. 15 – Welles again
as director and star of one of film
noir’s masterpieces “Touch Of
Evil,” with Charlton Heston and
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Janet Leigh. Dec. 20 – another
noir masterwork, “The Night
Of The Hunter,” starring Robert
Mitchum, Shelley Winters, and
Lillian Gish, and the only movie
directed by Oscar-winning actor
Charles Laughton.
Showtime is 7:30 p.m. and
admission is $7 for all.
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Celtic, a bit of blues and MacAlpine
Busy weekend offers diverse group of music acts
By Thom Jennings
[email protected]
The Niagara region will be
buzzing with some amazing
music this weekend. Two wellestablished festivals, one Celtic
themed and one a blues festival, are the top picks for the
weekend.
Before we get into the picks
for the weekend I would love
to wish a happy birthday to two
of my favorite musicians, my
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and his younger brother Trevor
Jennings will celebrate his birthday Thursday. Both of my sons
are working musicians, Tim performs in Colorado in a duo and
Trevor is here in Western New
York with a few bands including
The Good Neighbors, The Rust
Belt Brigade, The Pedestrians
and The Everythingness.
I cover a lot of bands but nothing is better than watching one
of your kids onstage. I would
like to thank all the people and
club owners that support live
music in the region and across
the country. We can’t all be the
next Paul McCartney, but it’s
great to know there are opportunities for people to practice
their craft.
Speaking of musicians practicing their craft, this weekend
Old Falls Street in Niagara Falls
will host the 10th annual Niagara
Falls Blues Festival. All of the
organizers deserve congratulations for keeping the event going
and hitting the 10-year milestone
and keeping the festival free. The
Nighthawks alone are worth a
premium ticket price. Check out
niagarafallsbluesfest.org for performers and performance times.
Over in Olcott they will be
hosting the 17th annual Niagara
Celtic Heritage Festival and
Highland Games. There are tons
of activities but I have always
been a fan of the music, especially artists like Tom Keefer
Courtesy of Tony MacAlpine.com
Guitarist Tony MacAlpine will be playing a show at the Hard Rock Café in Niagara
Falls on Saturday night.
and Celtic Cross and McCarthyizm. For music lovers the Saturday night Ceilidh Celebration,
which features Penny Whiskey
and Glengarry Bhoys this year,
is an absolute blast.
As great as all of those musicians are, on Sunday the festival has my favorite local Celtic
act, Catch n’ Release, and an
outstanding national act, The
Screaming Orphans, who are
one of those groups you see and
instantly fall in love with their
music. Check out niagaraceltic.
com for info on the festival and
ticket information.
The pick of the weekend is
over at the Hard Rock Café in
Niagara Falls on Saturday night
where they will be hosting guitarist Tony MacAlpine. If you
are a fan of guitarists like Steve
Vai and Joe Satriani, you will
love MacAlpine. The guy is a
musician’s musician, and if you
Google his name and pull up
some of his music you will be
blown away. You will never see
a musician of his caliber for $20,
for $60 you can get a VIP experience. His opening act, Felix
Martin is worth looking up as
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simultaneously, you have to see
it to believe it.
This weekend is a great one
and next week you can shift
over to the Rapids Theatre on
Wednesday where they will welcome the Flaming Lips. It’s no
surprise the show has long been
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the type of band that should be
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were lucky enough to score tickets you are in for a great night.
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Noted social and religious leader
to speak in Lockport
Sister Joan Chittister taking part in Kenan Speaker Series
The Kenan Center and First
Presbyterian Church of Lockport are featuring Sister Joan
Chittister as this year’s distinguished speaker in the fourth
annual Kenan Speaker Series
on Sept. 23.
The special engagement
celebrates the Kenan’s Center ’s 50th anniversary and
honors the founders of the
center who were members of
the First Presbyterian Church.
The event is free to the public and will take place at 3
p.m. at the First Presbyterian
Church, 21 Church St., Lockport. Doors will open at 1:45
p.m. Parking is available in
the lot directly behind the
church.
A booksigning and reception will follow. Advance
registration is recommended
by calling the Kenan Center at
433-2617, but seating will be
first come, first serve.
The theme of the program
will be “Radical Christian
Life,” drawing from Sister
Joan’s most recent book,
“Radical Spirit: Twelve Ways
to Live a Free and Authentic
Life.”
Chittister is one of the
most influential religious and
social leaders of our time. For
40 years, she has passionately advocated on behalf of
peace, human rights, women’s
issues, and church renewal. A
much sought-after speaker,
counselor and clear voice that
bridges across all religions,
she is also a best-selling
author of more than 50 books,
hundreds of articles, an online
column for the National Catholic Reporter, and a blog for
the Huffington Post. She has
Women Religious, an organization of the leaders of Catholic religious women in the US,
president of the Conference of
American Benedictine Prioresses, and was prioress of the
Benedictine Sisters of Erie
for 12 years. She received
her doctorate in speech communications from Penn State
University, the primary site of
her archive collection.
Chittister is a member of
the Benedictine Sisters of
Erie, PA. She is executive
director of Benetvision, a
resource and re-search center
for contemporary spirituality
and the founder and animator
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Being” with Krista Tippett.
In 2015, she was the featured
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requested speakers at the
iconic Chautauqua Institution
in southwestern New York
State.
In 2014, the Annual Joan
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dedication of the The Helen
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Chittister currently serves
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The “Blues” are back!
Niagara Falls Blues Festival rocks Old Falls Street Saturday and Sunday
By Angie Lucari
[email protected]
Toby Rotella likes to cite a
favorite quote by Albert King.
“If you don’t dig the blues,
you got a hole in your soul,”
he tells people.
Rotella, founder of the Niagara Falls Blues Festival, was
interviewed recently alongside
his life partner, Sherry Kushner, and they encouraged those
who might not be familiar with
the genre to come out this
weekend and give the blues a
listen. “You will not be disappointed,” Kushner says.
The 10th annual festival,
being held Friday, Saturday
and Sunday on Old Falls
Street, will fill the downtown
area with the sounds of harmonicas, slide guitars, harps,
and more.
“What kind of music do you
like?” Rotella asked a new
acquaintance recently. When
he was told “Classic Rock
and 70’s music,” he shot out
another question. “Who do
you think gave ‘The Stones’
their name?” Turns out, it
was Muddy Waters song
“Rollin’ Stone” that influenced the name of one of the
most famous rock bands in the
world, Rotella explained.
At the crux of music by
Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The
Doors, and even Led Zeppelin,
listeners will find the blues,
Rotella said. Also at the crux
of the blues, he noted, is Niagara Falls. This year’s Blues
Festival theme is, “The Hub of
The Blues,” because Niagara
Falls is geographically located
in the center of some of the
major cities known for their
blues music.
He cannot overstate the
importance of the music to be
shared at the festival. “Blues
is the backbone or mother and
father of American music,”
IF YOU GO
• WHAT: Niagara Falls
Blues Fest
• WHERE: Old Falls Street,
Niagara Falls
• WHEN: Friday, Saturday
and Sunday
• TICKETS: Free
Rotella said.
The free festival kicks off
at 4:40 p.m. Friday with the
annual Classic Car & Bike
Cruise. Participants will
assemble at Sal Maglie Stadium between noon and 1 p.m.
The police-led procession will
make its way from the stadium to Old Falls Street. The
festival continues with a wide
range of performers, through
to Sunday, when Niagara Falls
singer Marsha McWilson will
open the schedule with a
“Blues Brunch.”
Again this year, musician
Bill Wharton, “The Sauce
Boss,” will be hitting the stage
at 1 p.m. Saturday, playing the
electric slide and singing the
blues, while making a giant vat
of gumbo to share with listeners. Wharton, who has caught
the interests of “The Food
Network,” “Extreme Cuisine,” and “Extra,” is a oneman band who will be playing
the blues, while making a giant
vat of gumbo and working the
crowd.
“He calls people from the
crowd to come up and participate, adding various ingredients. Many in the audience
will get to sample the finished
product. I’ve never seen anything like it,” said Kushner
who is the financial director,
as well as the assistant entertainment director, alongside
Rotella.
Some of the acts at this
year’s festival include “The
Nighthawks,” featuring the
last of the “Muddy Waters
PHOTO BY ANGIE LUCARINI/contributor
Toby Rotella, the founder of the Niagara Falls Blues Festival, poses for a photo alongside his life partner, Sherry
Kushner.
Blues Band,” including Luther
Guitar Jr. Johnson, who was in
“The Blues Brothers” movie,
“Steady Rollin” Bob Margolin and Jerry Portnoy. The
last time the former members
of “Muddy Waters” played
together, was back in 1984
at the “Imperial Garage,” a
former nightclub owned by
Rotello on Third Street.
Also performing at the festival will be Richard Ray Farrell who is originally from the
Falls and now lives in Spain.
The festival is open to the
public. Rotella and Kushner
suggest “leave the dogs and
coolers at home, bring a chair,
and come out and join us.”
The festival is a non-profit
event and everyone volunteers their time and talents. Any money made goes
directly into the planning of
next year’s festival. Rotella
and Kushner wish for even
more participation from area
businesses, because they say
the festival attracts tourists,
extends the tourist season, and
helps to grow the Niagara Falls
economy and more community
participation equals more acts.
For more information, go to
www.niagarafallsbluesfest.org.
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Marsha McWilson gospel
brunch at Blues Festival
EVENT: Event
opens Sunday
activities on Old
Falls Street.
McWilson said the idea of
a gospel portion was created
because “the root of blues is
gospel,” and McWilson is a
gospel recording artist.
In past years, the McWilson’s portion of the festival has
included music from Aretha
Franklin, Mahalia Jackson
and Mother Thorp and many
others.
Also, Cheryl Arena, a gospel
singer from Chicago, attends
every year and performs with
McWilson. “She says I have a
spirit that she loves to feel,”
McWilson said.
IF YOU GO
• WHAT: Gospel Blues
Brunch
• WHEN: 10:30 a.m. Sunday
• WHERE: Old Falls Street
at Second Avenue, Niagara
Niagara Falls singer/song- Falls
writer, Marsha McWilson, will
host the seventh annual Gospel country including BB King’s
Blues Brunch from 10:30 a.m. daughter Claudette King, who
to noon on the last day of the sang with McWilson in the
three-day Niagara Falls Blues second half of the concert.
Festival.
The Gospel Blues Brunch
During last year’s show, she will be held on Old Falls Street
hosted groups from all over the at Second Avenue.
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Marsha McWilson, a Niagara Falls singer/songwriter, hosts the Gospel Blues Brunch
from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Sunday, to open the final day of the three-day Niagara
Falls Blues Festival on Old Falls Street.
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HALLOWEEN
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Flogging Molly is bringing its Life Is Good Tour
to the Rapids Theatre on Oct. 31 for a special
Halloween Show. Flogging Molly infuses punk rock
with Celtic instruments — violin, mandolin and the
accordion — and they merge blues progressions with
grinding guitars and traditional Irish music. They’ll
be joined Oct. 31 by special guests Anti-Flag and Jon
Snodgrass. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show.
Tickets are $37 advance, $43 for day of the all-ages
show. A digital download of Flogging Molly’s new
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you order for this show. You will receive an email
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following your ticket purchase. Tickets are available
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Niagara Falls or www.ticketfly.com and charge by
phone 877-435-9849 .
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Niagara (297-3497). Happy
THE BAKERY LOUNGE: 3004 “hour,” 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Niagara St., Niagara Falls
THE DUGOUT BAR &
(282-9498). Happy hours, 4
SPORTS COMPLEX: 6856
to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through
S. Transit Road, Lockport
Fridays.
(625-4422).
BUFFALO WING JOINT:
DWYER’S IRISH PUB: 65
6560 Niagara Falls Blvd.,
Webster St., North Tonawanda
Niagara Falls.
(692-4837). Tom & Larry 6
BROADWAY HOTEL: 158
p.m. Friday. Supercharger 9:30
Main St., North Tonawanda
p.m. Saturday. Gregg Sansone
(692-9810).
6 p.m. Sept. 22. Blind Vision
CARMINE’S: 1701 Pine Ave., 9:30 p.m. Sept. 23. Darrell PorNiagara Falls (205-8767).
ter 6 p.m. Sept. 29. Ultraviolet
CASA LOUNGE: 490 Center 9 p.m. Sept. 30. St., Lewiston.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF
CRAZY JAKE’S: 26 Webster
EAGLES: 7269 Ward Road,
St., North Tonawanda (693North Tonawanda (694-6968).
9309). All shows at 9 p.m.
FOLEY’S PUB: 8752 Buffalo
Knight Crew, Friday. Wide
Ave., Niagara Falls (283-9959).
Right, Sept. 22. Supercharger, Thurman Brothers, 9:30 p.m.
Friday. 7th Sign, Saturday.
GIACOMO: 222 First St.,
Niagara Falls. Happy Hour: 5
to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Ladies Night, Wednesday.
GOTHIC HILL PAR 3: Lower
Mountain Road, Lockport.
HARD ROCK CAFE: 333
Prospect St., Niagara Falls
(282-0007). Tony MacAlpine
with Felix Martin 8 p.m. Saturday. 107.7 Localized Takeover,
Sept. 29.
HARRIS RESTAURANT AND
CATERING: 630 10th St., Niagara Falls (236-7030). Free, live
jazz shows from 4 until 6 p.m.
Sundays at the restaurant.
JACK DEVINE’S NEIGHBORHOOD PUB: 6935 Ward Road,
Niagara Falls. All shows start
at 8:30 p.m.
LOCK 34: 80 Main St., Lockport (433-4222).
LOCKPORT PUB: 1191
Lincoln Ave., Lockport
(201-1270).
MISTER B’S: 2201 Hyde
Park Blvd., Niagara Falls (2984028). Happy hour, 11 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday. DJ Jukebox, Friday and
Saturday.
SCRUPLES: 2875 Main St.,
Newfane (778-9113).
SHORES: 2 Detroit St.,
North Tonawanda (693-7971).
SIKORA POST: 950 Payne
Ave., North Tonawanda
(694-4759).
SUNSET GRILL: 3 O’Connell
Island, Wilson. Dave Constantino 6 p.m. Wednesday.
SOLIDAY’S BAR AND
GRILLE: 3964 Lockport Road,
Niagara Falls (524-2665). Live
music Friday and Saturday.
THE VAULT: 8676 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls. The
Strangers 7 p.m., Highway
Lines 10 p.m. Friday. The
Release 10 p.m. Saturday.
Soul Committee 7 p.m., Dance
Machine Roller-Coaster 10
p.m. Sept. 22. Rumourz (Tribute to Fleetwood Mac) 10 p.m.
Sept. 23. Boneshakers 7 p.m.,
Passion Works 10 p.m. Sept.
29. Out On The Tiles (Tribute
to Led Zeppelin) 10 p.m. Sept.
30.
WAGON WHEEL: 7201
Niagara Falls Blvd., Niagara
Falls (283-9861). Thursday
Night Jams Open Mic Night
SEE LISTINGS, PAGE 9
NIGHT & DAY, Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 —
9
CELTIC
CHRISTMAS
Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy:
A Celtic Family Christmas is coming to
the University at Buffalo Center for the
Arts on Dec. 10. Tickets are $49, $39,
Students $29. MacMaster and Leahy,
the award-winning fiddle virtuosos,
in an intimate and unique Christmas
concert. With the duo accompanied by
an incredible array of talented musicians
– and their children – A Celtic Family
Christmas will guide you into the
wonderful world of a true MacMaster
Leahy Christmas celebration. Tickets are
available at the Center for the Arts box
office and www.ticketfly.com. For more
information call 645-2787 or visit www.
ubcfa.org or www.natalieanddonnell.com.
Contributed photo
LISTINGS
DICK AND JENNY’S BAKE
AND BREW: 1270 Baseline
Road, Grand Island (775CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8
5047). Don Burns, Ragtime
with Chuck DeRosa, 8:30 p.m. Piano Player, 6:30 p.m. until
tonight. Billy Hickey Live, 5:30 9:30 p.m. every Thursday.
ELDREDGE BICYCLE CLUB:
p.m., Split Decision, 9:30 p.m.
Friday. Virus X, 34th Anniver- 17 Broad St., Tonawanda
sary Party, 9:30 p.m. Saturday. (693-3589).
GFY BAR AND GRILL: 1866
WATER STREET LANDING:
Colvin Blvd., Tonawanda.
115 S. Water St., Lewiston
Mercury Blues Band, 3 p.m.
(754-9200).
Sept. 23.
WILSON BOAT HOUSE: 57
HATCH: 329 Erie St., BufHarbor St., Wilson (751-6060).
WINE ON THIRD: 501 Third falo. Speedy Parker Blues with
St., Niagara Falls (285-9463). Joe Calabrese, 2 p.m. Sunday.
JACK DEVINE’S IRISH PUB:
Erie County
4170 Southwestern Blvd.,
ANCHOR BAR: 4300 Maple Orchard Park. (649-9190).
Road, Amherst. Jazz every
LEBRO’S RESTAURANT:
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
330 Campbell Blvd., Getzville.
ANGRY BUFFALO: 2753
Speedy Parker Blues with Joe
Wehrle Drive, Williamsville.
Calabrese, 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
ARMOR INN TAP ROOM:
MAC’S ON HERTEL: 1435
5381 Abbott Road, Hamburg
Hertel Ave., Buffalo. All shows
(202-1315).
start at 9 p.m. Michael Nowak,
BALLOONS: 20 Monroe St., Friday. Michael Bly, Sept. 22.
Ellicottville (699-4162).
Chris Maloney, Sept. 29.
BUFFALO IRON WORKS: 49
MOHAWK PLACE BAR: 47 E.
Illinois St., Buffalo.
Mohawk Place, Buffalo.
THE BARREL FACTORY:
MS. B’S PIZZERIA AND BAR:
65 Vandalia St., Buffalo,
1492 Southwestern Blvd.,
(541-1454).
Buffalo (674-7100).
CANALSIDE: 4 Prime St.,
OUR BAR: 861 Military
Buffalo.
Road, Kenmore (875-3572.)
CENTRAL PARK GRILL: 2519
PAPI GRANDE’S: 4276
Main St., Buffalo (836-9466). Maple Road, Amherst (836THE COVE: 4701 Transit
PAPI). Live Entertainment on
Road, Depew.
Sundays, 5:30 until 8:30 p.m.
PIZZA PLANT: 7770
Transit Road, Williamsville
(632-0800).
RAINTREE BAR & GRILL:
2970 Colvin Blvd., Tonawanda.
(695-3504). CPR Band 9:30
p.m. Friday. 12 Pack Jack 2
p.m., Shadows Dawn 9:30
p.m. Saturday. NY2LA 9:30
p.m. Sept. 22. Chicago Blues
Connection 2 p.m. Sept. 23.
Breakaway 9:30 p.m. Sept. 29.
Bravura’s 2 p.m., Toast 9:30
p.m. Sept. 30.
RIVERWORKS: 359 Ganson
St., Buffalo.
RIVER GRILL: 70 Aqua Lane,
Tonawanda.
ROYCROFT CAMPUS ART &
ANTIQUE SHOW: 31 Grove St.,
East Aurora.
SANTORA’S PIZZA: 1402
Millersport Highway, Amherst.
All shows start at 8 p.m.
Roadtrip, Friday. Mike Zogaria
duo, Sept. 22. Route 33, Sept.
29. Busted Stuff, Oct. 6. Jillian Eliza duo, Oct. 13. Gregg
Sansone, Oct. 20. Full Circle,
Oct. 27.
SANTORA’S PIZZA: 7800
Transit Road, Williamsville.
(634-6000). Road to Recovery
5 p.m., Hit N’ Run 9:30 p.m.
Friday. Ray Wood 5 p.m., Joyride with Hitman Horns 9:30
p.m. Saturday. Kevin McCarthy
5 p.m., Supercharger 9:30 p.m.
Sept. 22. Route 33 5 p.m., The
Rig 9:30 p.m. Sept. 23. Busted
Stuff 5 p.m., Hair Nation 9:30
p.m. Sept. 29. Jillian Eliza 5
p.m., Broken Strings 9:30 p.m.
Sept. 30.
SENECA ALLEGANY CASINO
RIVER BAR: 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd., Salamanca. David
ue
s
’
S
Stockton and Pocket Change,
5:30 p.m. Friday.
SHANNON PUB: 2250 Niagara Falls Blvd., Tonawanda
(743-9348). Jack & Joe, every
Tuesday afternoon, 2 p.m.
until 5 p.m. Joe Head, 6:30
p.m. every Wednesday.
SOHO BURGER BAR: 64 W.
Chippewa St., Buffalo.
TEMPLETON LANDING:
2 Templeton Place, Buffalo
(852-7337).
THE TRALF: 622 Main St.,
Buffalo (852-2860). TRANSIT MUSIC/SPORTS
LOUNGE: 4723 Transit Road,
Depew (656-0715). Supercharger 10 p.m. Oct. 6.
VFW POST 7275: 3741
Walden Ave., Lancaster
(681-8387).
VIZZI’S: 967 Kenmore Ave.,
Kenmore (871-1965). Friday
night Blues, starts at 10
p.m. Mick Hayes, Friday. Tony
Grisanti & Common Ground,
Sept. 22. Blues Daddio’s, Sept.
29. Eric Spahr Band ESB, Oct.
6. Jony James, Oct. 13. Mick
Hayes, Oct. 20. Dave Constantino Band, Oct. 27.
WAITING ROOM: 334
SEE LISTINGS, PAGE 10
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Open Tuesday through Saturday
Little Yellow House
476 Center Street, Lewiston
PH: 716-339-9500
Open 7 Days A Week
10AM - 9PM
10 — NIGHT & DAY, Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017
LISTINGS
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9
Delaware Ave., Buffalo.
KARAOKE
Niagara County
ECHO CLUB: 341 Portage
Road, Niagara Falls (2823246). Karaoke with Dave
Miso, 9 p.m. Friday.
LEGENDS BAR AND GRILL:
Quality Inn, 240 First St.,
Niagara Falls. DJ Danny D
Karaoke, 9 p.m. today.
LOCK 34: 80 Main St., Lockport (433-4222). SoonerTunes.
com karaoke with Okie Rich, 9
p.m. Wednesday.
POOR BOYS INN: Route
104 and Johnson Creek roads,
Hartland (735-7236). Karaoke,
9:30 p.m. Friday.
THE SKI LODGE: 405 Niagara St., Lockport (438-1460).
Karaoke with Marc Goodrich,
10 p.m. today.
THE VILLAGE INN: 869
Oliver St., North Tonawanda
(693-3200). B and S Karaoke
every third Saturday of the
month.
MUSIC
BUFFALO HISTORY
MUSEUM: 1 Museum Court,
Elmwood Avenue and Nottingham Terrace, Buffalo (8739644). The Buffalo History
Museum is hosting its 12th
annual Party on the Portico
happy hour series. Sponsored
by M&T Bank, the festivities
will take place from 5:30 until
8:30 p.m. Friday. Tickets are on
sale for $5 for members, $10
general at the museum or at
the door. The series runs rain
or shine and is exclusively for
guests ages 21 and over.
KENAN CENTER: Taylor
Theater, 433 Locust St., Lockport (433-2617). The Kenan
Center, in collaboration with
The Carriage House Players,
will launch a 50th Anniversary
Jazz Series featuring some
top names in jazz – both
locally and nationally. All
concerts begin at 7:30 p.m.
in the Taylor Theater, a 153seat carriage house on the
Kenan Center campus that
provides an intimate, club-like
atmosphere, and will feature
two full sets of music. The
series continues with the Buffalo Jazztet Tribute to Harold
Arlen on Nov. 4, and a special
holiday concert, Tidings of
Comfort & Jazz, on Dec. 2.
Tickets are $15 for Kenan
Center members and $20
for the general public, and
may be purchased online at
Ticketleap, in person at the
Kenan Center Business Office,
or charged by phone. Free
parking is available. For further information, visit www.
kenancenter.org or call 716433-2617. Because seating is
limited, advance tickets are
recommended.
NIAGARA ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER: 1201 Pine
Ave., Niagara Falls (282-7530).
RAPIDS THEATRE: 1711
Main St., Niagara Falls (2058925). Gogol Bordello with
special guests, Lucky Chops,
6:30 p.m. (doors open, show
at 7:30 p.m.) Monday. Tickets
$25.50 in advance, $32 day
of show (if available). Available at The Rapids Theatre
box office, www.ticketfly.
com, or charge by phone
877-435-9849.
teen; two females, teen; and
10 younger children. Those
auditioning will read from
the script and should provide
a bio and headshot. Commitment to all rehearsals and
performances is essential.
Performances take place the
weekends of Dec. 8 through
10 and 15 through 17 at the
Taylor Theater. Presented by
The Carriage House Players
in partnership with the Kenan
Center. “The Best Christmas
Pageant Ever” will be directed
by Peg Merrill. For information
visit www.kenancenter.org or
call 433-2617.
LUCKY’S: 2500 Military
Road, Niagara Falls. Happy
Hour daily, music and karaoke.
MUSICALFARE THEATRE:
4380 Main St., Getzville. Peter
& The Starcatcher. The performances run until Oct. 8, with
shows starting at 7 p.m. on
Wednesdays and Thursdays,
7:30 p.m. Fridays, at 3:30 p.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and
2 p.m. Sundays. Meet-the-cast
talkbacks take place after all
Wednesday performances. The
performance this Friday (Curtain Up! night) will begin at 8
p.m. Ticket prices are $44 for
all performances. Student and
Group rates available. Ticket
reservations may be made
by calling 716-839-8540 or
online at www.musicalfare.
com.
NIAGARA AMERICAN GRILL:
Niagara American Grill offers
breakfast, lunch and dinner
daily, with breakfast options
available all day! Open 6:30
a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday,
and 6:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday
and Saturday. Located inside
Days Inn At The Falls hotel
at 443 Main St., Niagara Falls
JIMMY’S BAR & GRILL:
NY, 14301.
3044 Niagara Street Niagara
NIAGARA ARTS AND CULFalls. All Day and Night Happy
TURAL CENTER: 1201 Pine
Hour.
Ave., Niagara Falls (282KENAN CENTER’S TAYLOR
7530). “Violet Gordon’s Art,” a
THEATRE: 433 Locust St.,
garden gallery exhibition will
Lockport. Auditions for “The
run until Nov. 26. Exhibition
Best Christmas Pageant
hours will be from 10 a.m.
Ever” will be held from 6:30
until 5 p.m. Monday through
to 8 p.m. Sept. 21 and 10 to
Friday and noon until 4 p.m.
11:30 a.m. Sept. 23. Seeking
on Saturdays.
two men, age 35-60 (one
TGI FRIDAYS: Sheraton At
younger, one older); five
The Falls hotel at 300 Third
women, ages 35-60; chilSt., Niagara Falls.
dren ages 8-15: three males,
FAMILY/
THEATER
Call your account
representative today!
Niagara Falls - 282-2311
Lockport - 439-9222
WOODBOX THEATRE: Niagara Arts and Cultural Center,
1201 Pine Ave. Niagara Falls.
Steel Magnolias, presented
by Western Door Playhouse.
Show runs from Friday
through Sept. 24. Fridays and
Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 2:30 p.m. Tickets
are $12, $10 for seniors and
students. For information or
to make reservations, call
297-5910.
CLASSES
NIAGARA ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER: 1201 Pine
Ave., Niagara Falls (282-7530).
Beginners Oil Paining Workshop with Ruth Thomas. Call
297-7558 for details.
NIAGARA FALLS PUBLIC
LIBRARY: 1425 Main St.,
Niagara Falls. A 12-week writing workshop will be held for
aspiring writers at all levels.
Instructor Terri Mudd, who has
recently had her own book
published, will guide class
members through a series
of writing exercises geared
to polish their own writing
skills. The classes will be held
Fridays from 10 a.m. to noon.
Classes are free. Registration
is required. Call 286-4892 or
email [email protected] to
register.
EVENTS
THE BLACK MADONNA OF
CZESTOCHOWA. Eva Doyle,
Host of radio program “Eye
on History” and Criterion
columnist. 7 p.m. Sept. 26,
Niagara Falls Public Library,
1425 Main St., Niagara Falls,
N.Y. Sponsored by the Niagara
Polish Cultural and Historical
Society. Free. 434-4984.
CASTELLANI ART MUSEUM:
Niagara University, Lewiston
(286-8200). Thomas Kegler:
Painting Niagara, open until
Jan. 21, 2018. Artist and educator Thomas Kegler will lend
his “Niagara, Psalms 84:11,” an
8-foot panoramic painting of
the Horseshoe Falls of Niagara. The quiet and contemplative works in this exhibition
include 15 plein air paintings
and related studies as well as
works from the Castellani Art
Museum collection.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF
NORTH GERMAN SETTLEMENTS: The Historical Society
of North German Settlements
invites you to a special lecture, “How the Huguenots
Changed the World with Help
from North German Rulers”
by Dr. Bonnie Flickinger at 7
p.m. Sept. 21 at the Wheatfield Community Center, 2790
Church Road, Wheatfield. This
lecture is in conjunction with
the observance of the 500th
Anniversary of the Reformation. Many old families in
the Wheatfield area have
Huguenot (French Protestants) ancestry. Dr. Flickinger
will tell about the persecution
suffered by these Protestants,
many of whom eventually
found religious freedom in
Prussia. Some later emigrated
to America and settled in
the Town of Wheatfield area,
starting in 1843. The event
is free and the public is
welcome.
MARBLE ORCHARD GHOST
WALKS: Peace Garden, 476
Center St., Lewiston. All walks
start promptly at 7 p.m. on all
Saturdays in September and
October, rain or shine. No reservations are necessary, but
bring a flash light. Cost is $15
per adult, $5 per child under
the age of 12. Lewiston Council on the Arts members, $10.
Call 754-0166 or go online
to artcouncil.org for more
information.
NIAGARA COUNTY HISTORY
CENTER: 215 Niagara St.,
Lockport (434-7433). “Ancient
Wars/Modern Vets,” speaker
Dr. Peter Meineck at 7 p.m.
Sept. 21. Please call the History Center at (716) 434-7433
for details.
September Family Night at
the History Center: One-Room
School Houses. 5:30 until 7:30
p.m. Tuesday. Volunteer Karen
Sherwood will portray a late
19th century school marm
and tell what it was like to
attend school in a one-room
school house. We’ll find out
SEE LISTINGS, PAGE 11
NIGHT & DAY, Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 —
MOVIE LISTINGS
FOUR
SEASONS
1:35, 4:10, 6:45 and 9:20 p.m.
• “It” (R): 1, 4 and 7 p.m., also
4:30, 5:10, 6:30, 7:40, 8:30, 9:35
and 10:05 p.m. Friday through
Sunday and 9:30 p.m. Monday
• “The Dark Tower” (PG-13): through Thursday
7:20 p.m., also 9:30 p.m. Friday
• “Leap!” (PG): 12:45 and
and Saturday and 2 and 4:30
2:55 p.m. Friday through Sunp.m. Saturday and Sunday
day and 1:10, 3:30, 6:35 and
• “Kidnap” (R): 7:20 p.m.,
9:15 p.m. Monday through
also 9:20 p.m. Friday and
Thursday
Saturday and 1:30 and 4 p.m.
• “Mother!” (R): 12:50, 3:40,
Saturday and Sunday
7:15 and 10:15 p.m.
• “Girls Trip” (R): 7 p.m., also
• “Spider-Man: Homecom9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday ing” (PG-13): 12:40, 3:45, 6:55
and 4:30 p.m. Saturday and
and 9:55 p.m.
Sunday
• “Wind River” (R): 1:15, 3:55,
• “War for the Planet of the 6:40 and 9:25 p.m.
Apes” (PG-13): 7 p.m., also
9:35 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 1:30 and 4:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
• “Despicable Me 3” (PG):
7:20 p.m., also 9:20 p.m. Friday
and Saturday and 1:30 and 4
(Friday through
p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Sunday)
• “Wonder Woman” (PG-13):
• SCREEN ONE: “It” (R): 8
7 p.m., also 9:35 p.m. Friday
p.m., “Annabelle: Creation” (R):
and Saturday and 1:30 and
10:30 p.m.
4:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
• SCREEN TWO: “Home
• “The Nut Job 2: Nutty by
Again” (PG-13): 8:15 p.m.,
Nature” (PG): 2 p.m. Saturday
“Wind River” (R): 10:15 p.m.
and Sunday
• SCREEN THREE: “American
Assassin” (R): 8 p.m., “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” (R): 10:15
p.m.
• SCREEN FOUR: “Annabelle:
Creation” (R): 10 p.m., “It” (R):
7:45 p.m.
• “American Assassin” (R):
• SCREEN FIVE: “Despicable
1:30, 4:45, 7:30 and 9:45 p.m.,
also 3:50, 6:50 and 10:20 p.m. Me 3” (PG): 8 p.m., “SpiderMan: Homecoming” (PG-13):
Friday through Sunday
9:45 p.m.
• “Annabelle: Creation” (R):
1:45, 4:35, 7:20 and 10 p.m.
• “Dunkirk” (PG-13): 1:05
and 3:35 p.m., also 6:30 and
10:05 p.m. Monday through
Thursday
• “The Emoji Movie” (PG):
1:50 p.m., also 4:30, 7:10 and
(Friday through
Sunday)
9:35 p.m. Monday through
• SCREEN ONE: “It” (R): 7:30
Thursday p.m., “Annabelle: Creation” (R):
• “Glass Castle” (PG-13):
12:55 p.m., also 3:50, 6:50 and 9:30 p.m.
• SCREEN TWO: “Wind River”
10:15 p.m. Monday through
(R): 7:30 p.m., “It” (R): 9:30 p.m.
Thursday • SCREEN THREE: “Spider• “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”
(R): 1:40, 4:40, 7:25 and 10:10 Man” (PG-13): 7:30 p.m.,
“Despicable Me 3” (PG): 9:50
p.m.
p.m.
• “Home Again” (PG-13):
TRANSIT
DRIVE-IN
REGAL
STADIUM 12
SUNSET
DRIVE-IN
LISTINGS
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10
the differences and similarities of going to school today.
PARANORMAL WALKS:
Paranormal Lockport, 7 p.m.
on Saturdays, through Oct. 28.
$10. Lake Effect Ice Cream, 79
Canal St., Lockport. Check out
www.paranormalwalks.com.
PALACE THEATRE: 2 East
Ave., Lockport. “Satisfaction
- The International Rolling
Stones Show,” will be held at
7:30 p.m. Sept. 23. A Rolling
Stones experience as performed by the tribute band,
Satisfaction, will perform
in a concert to benefit the
South Lockport Volunteer
Fire Company. Show proceeds
will assist the company in
upgrading fire and life-saving
equipment. General admission
tickets are $17 in advance
and can be purchased at the
Palace box office, at Mills Jewelers, or at www.eventbrite.
com. Tickets also available at
the door for $20.
YOUNGSTOWN ARTS &
MUSIC FESTIVAL: From 11
a.m. until 6 p.m. Oct. 7 ay
Falkner Park on Main Street,
Youngstown. Supported by
the Youngstown Business &
Professional Association.
ART
Niagara County
CARNEGIE ART CENTER: 240
Goundry St., North Tonawanda
(694-4400). Hours are noon
to 3 p.m. Wednesday through
Friday and noon to 2 p.m.
Saturday.
ERIE CANAL DISCOVERY
CENTER: 24 Church St., Lockport (439-0431). Hours: 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. daily.
GALLERY NORTH: 6535
Campbell Blvd., Pendleton
(465-9138). Rose Popper, Past
to Present Stone & Bronze.
Until Sept. 30. Gallery hours
6 until 9 p.m. Fridays, 11 a.m.
until 2 p.m. Saturdays and
Sundays.
KENAN CENTER HOUSE GALLERY: 433 Locust St., Lockport.
Erie Canal-Spirit of Structure:
Platinum/Palladium Images
by Dennis Stierer and Tillman
Crane. Through Sept. 29. Hours:
noon until 5 p.m. Mondays
through Fridays; 2 until 5 p.m.
Sundays. Also 2 until 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sept. 23. Closed
this Sunday, 30 and Oct 1. Tea
& Tour with luncheon, dessert
and tea followed by conversation with photographer Dennis
Stierer, 1 until 3 p.m. Sunday.
$25. Advance reservation
required by calling 433-2617.
Paints Uncorked returns
this month. Each session takes
place from 7 to 9 p.m. in the
Taylor Theater Meeting Room,
located directly behind the
Kenan House, 433 Locust St.,
Lockport. Painting on wine
glasses is slated for Wednesday and painting decorative
sign on wood is set for Sept.
27. Casual food is provided and
participants are welcome to
bring their own snacks. Paints
Uncorked costs $25 per person,
per session and includes all
materials. Advance registration
required. Call 433-2617. Age
21 and over. For more information visit www.kenancenter.
org.
NIAGARA ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER: 1201 Pine
Ave., Niagara Falls (282-7530).
For more information, visit
www.thenacc.org. Gallery hours
are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays
through Fridays and noon to
4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
The “Art of Fashion” Exhibit in
Townsend Gallery. Exhibit runs
until Oct. 8. Hours are 9 a.m.
until 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday; noon until 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
THE PENNEY GALLERY:
Erie Canal Discovery Center,
24 Church St., Lockport. The
1,500-square-foot gallery
features changing exhibits of
local art as well as artifacts
that reflect regional industrial
and cultural heritage. Open 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Erie County
ALBRIGHT-KNOX ART GALLERY: 1285 Elmwood Ave.,
Buffalo (882-8700). Hours are
noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday. The gallery will be open
11
from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. the first
Friday of the month. For more
information, call 882-8700 or
visit www.albrightknox.org.
BUFFALO NIAGARA VISITOR
CENTER GALLERY: Market
Arcade Building, 617 Main St.,
Buffalo. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
For more information, visit
www.visitbuffaloniagara.com
or call 852-2356.
BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART
CENTER: Buffalo State College,
1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo
(878-6011). For more information, visit www.burchfieldpenney.org.
a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday.
BUFFALO HISTORY
MUSEUM: 1 Museum Court,
Elmwood Avenue and Nottingham Terrace, Buffalo (8739644). Hours are 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays; 10 a.m. to
8 p.m. Wednesdays and noon
to 5 p.m. Sundays. Admission
is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors
60 and older and students 13
to 21, $2.50 for children 7 to
12 and free for members and
children 6 and younger.
BUFFALO MUSEUM OF
SCIENCE: 1020 Humboldt
Parkway, Buffalo (896-5200).
Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturdays through Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
DAS HAUS UND DER STALL
BUFFALO AND ERIE COUNTY GERMAN HERITAGE MUSEUM:
BOTANICAL GARDENS SOCI2549 Niagara Rd., Bergholz.
ETY: 2655 S. Park Ave., Buffalo Open on Sundays from mid(827-1584). Garden hours: 9
May to mid-October from 2
a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and
to 4 p.m. Schedule tours by
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday calling 795-2890. Learn more
and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
by visiting www.dashausMonday and Tuesday and 9
museum.org.
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