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Celebrate Holiday Traditions at the Beautifully Decorated and Historic Eldon House

Celebrate Holiday Traditions at the Beautifully Decorated and Historic Eldon House

The Buffalo area is truly blessed to have such a large number of architecturally significant buildings. The same can be said for nearby London, Ontario, where buildings such as the historic Eldon House have become major tourism attractions.

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.


Festival of Trees Will Provide Funds to Purchase New Electronic Fetal

Proceeds from the 2010 Festival of Trees will fund new Electronic Fetal Monitors for Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.   This gift, made possible in part by event sponsors like CGF Anesthesiology Associates, PC, Mark IV Industries Foundation, Tops Friendly Markets, Fisher-Price and the physician members of University at Buffalo Pediatric Associates, Inc., will enable the Hospital to replace all the monitors with the latest and most state-of-the–art equipment.  Constant monitoring and examination during the labor process will allow doctors to monitor progress and ensure the safest possible delivery with minimal complication for both baby and mother.    

Old Fort Niagara to Host Native American Skills Workshops

In honor of Native American Heritage Month this November, Old Fort Niagara will host a series of Native American skills workshops.

On Saturday, November 6 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Rosie Hill will conduct a beadwork workshop at the Fort Niagara Officers Club. Cost is $30.00 per person and all materials are provided. Space is limited and advance reservations are required by calling 716-745-7611, ext. 230.

American Legion Band of the Tonawandas

The Historic Riviera Theatre presents the American Legion Band of the Tonawandas performing their Veterans Day Concert on Sunday, November 7 at 7:30 p.m.

The award-winning American Legion Band of the Tonawandas’ Post 264 was formed in 1929 by World War I veterans and Post 264 members.  The Band (currently 90 members at full strength) is currently directed by Mr. Michael Shaw, director of music at Frontier High School.  Formal concerts are performed between the months of September and June in area schools and theaters.  The Band has a long history of performances on the stages of ArtPark, Riviera and Palace theatres.  During the remaining months of the year, the Band performs a number of concerts and parades throughout Western New York.

Glenn Miller at the Riviera Theatre


Thursday, November 4 at 2:00 pm 

The Historic Riviera Theatre presents the legendary GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA for one show only on Thursday, November 4 at 2:00 pm.

Glenn Miller was one of the most successful of all the dance bandleaders back in the Swing era of the 1930s and ‘40s. Because of popular demand, the Miller Estate authorized the formation of the present Glenn Miller Orchestra in 1956.  The 19-member band continues to play many of the original Miller arrangements that keep exciting fans who have not heard them played for awhile.  Additionally, they are also playing more modern selections in the big-band style, carefully selecting only those newer tunes that lend themselves naturally to the Miller style and sound, carefully selected pieces that will stay around for awhile. 

Western Fair Entertainment Centre is Buzzing With Activity

Looking for a quick escape from Western New York? Can you imagine one location that’s home to harness racing, ice hockey rinks, popular consumer shows, farmers’ markets, dining, live entertainment, slot machines and no shortage of excitement 24/7? Does such a nirvana truly exist for those who may love Buffalo but could use a few days away?