Buffalo Barn Katz Americana/Bluegrass Benefits Providence Farm Collective and RALA/RCC

The Historic Gallery Grounds Performing Arts Center 1054 Olean Road, East Aurora, NY, United States

When: August 25, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm (Rain date is August 26) Where: The Historic Schoolhouse Gallery Grounds Performing Arts Center, 1054 Olean Road, East Aurora What: A concert by the Buffalo Barn Katz and a Roycroft-Themed Basket Drawing Cost: $20 admission fee Roycroft-Themed Basket Drawing: $5 per ticket or 3/$10 and can be purchased […]

WWP Buffalo: Why We Defend China

Pilgrim St-Luke's UCC Church Cnr Utica & Richmond Sts., Buffalo, United States

The Buffalo Branch of Workers World Party will be presenting two talks from comrades Sara Flounders and Arjae Red, recently returned from the People's Republic of China. We will discuss China's road to socialism, Xinjiang, Taiwan, and many other topics. The event is open to the public and will have a Q&A portion at the […]

NACS’ All Our Relations Racial Healing Circles

Native American Community Services of Erie & Niagara Counties, Inc. (NACS) 1005 Grant Street, Buffalo, NY, United States

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm Thursday August 31 - Thursday September 21st. August 31st -Race & Ethnicity September 7th - Gender, Sexuality & Expression September 14th - Cultural Appreciation vs Appropriation September 21st - Tokenism & Stereotypes   To register contact Pete Hill, Special Initiatives Director at phill@nacswny.org or 716-574-8981.

25th Kateri Peace Conference: Precious Life – Precious Planet – Precious Peace Finding Our Way Past War

Saint Kateri National Shrine & Historic Site 3636 NY-5, Fonda, NY, United States

More than anything this year’s conference is about cultivating hope through life-affirming action. IT IS GROUNDED IN THE BELIEF THAT BY linking our collective efforts together WE WILL AMPLIFY our voices and INTENSIFY our work to create the very much needed dynamics for life-affirming change. Perversely and sadly our government and weapons industry (aka the […]

Burning Books birthday & local migrant update from JFMF

Burning Books 420 Connecticut Street, Buffalo, NY, United States

Burning Books is turning 12! To celebrate, we'll have dozens of free vegan cupcakes from Strong Hearts & will be giving a store wide 10% discount! Justice for Migrant Families will be giving an update on the state of asylum seekers in WNY at the event.

Buffalo Stories on the Big Screen

Michigan Street Corridor 136 Broadway Street, Buffalo, NY, United States

Join the Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor and the founder of the Buffalo History Channel for an outside film screening on September 16th, 2023 at 136 Broadway. 5:30-6:30 PM Pre-Screening Stories: Meet Dr. Eva Doyle (known as Mother Doyle) as she shares Buffalo African American history stories that will inspire. 7:00 PM Movie Screening: […]


PANYS Book Talk: Green Card Soldier by Sofya Aptekar (Zoom)

Zoom Meeting NY

Join Peace Action New York State (PANYS) for an online discussion on military recruitment practices targeting low-income and immigrant youth and how to respond with sustainable options. Leading the discussion will be author Sofya Aptekar, an Associate Professor at CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies. She will be joined by Ramón Mejía, National Organizer for […]


Stitch Buffalo’s “Second Stitch” Pop-Up Sale

Stitch Buffalo 1215 Niagara St, Buffalo, NY, United States

Stitch Buffalo's big final sale before moving to their new home in early 2024! Second Stitch is the name we give to Stitch Buffalo’s sustainability program—because we give a second life to donated supplies no longer needed by other artists, crafters, and businesses. These supplies are integral to creating the products in the Refugee Women’s […]