BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – A NEW A LA CARTE RESTAURANT COULD SOON OPEN IN THE MARCY CASINO AT DELAWARE PARK, BUT FIRST, PARKS AND CITY OFFICIALS WANT TO HEAR WHAT COMMUNITY MEMBERS THINK ABOUT THE PROPOSAL.
Magnolia Events, which handles catering for the private events like weddings at the Casino already, is hoping to expand operations to include a restaurant that’s open to the public on the building’s second floor.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Since February of 2016, a proposed ala carte restaurant on the upper level of the Marcy Casino has been in active discussion between the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Magnolia Events, the City of Buffalo and the community. Read More
FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED IS MOST WELL KNOWN FOR BEING THE FATHER OF AMERICAN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, BUT HE WAS ALSO SOMETHING OF A JACK-OF-ALL-TRADES: A SAILOR, FARMER, ABOLITIONIST, WRITER, REFORMER, PUBLIC HEALTH WORKER, AND CONSERVATIONIST.
Join Elizabeth and Dan as they chat about Olmsted’s fascinating life and work!
RECENTLY, THE 2ND ANNUAL SPRING INTO SUMMER LUNCHEON WAS HOSTED BY THE BUFFALO OLMSTED PARK CONSERVANCY. THIS EVENT IS ONE OF THE BIG FUNDRAISERS OF THE YEAR.
The funds from last year went to purchase new equipment including one of those huge lawn mowers that can cost as much as a car. With over 2 million visits each year and 1,600 public events … we Buffalonians keep the employees and volunteers hustling. Read More
PRESS CONFERENCE AT MLK JR. PARK, JUNE 25, WITH BLUECROSS BLUESHIELD OF WNY, MAYOR BYRON BROWN AND ASSEMBLYWOMAN CRYSTAL PEOPLES-STOKES
BUFFALO, NY — Splish Splash Summer Bash 2016 will celebrate the start of the summer season at MLK Jr. Park’s splash pad today. Presented by BlueCross BlueShield of WNY, the City of Buffalo and the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, the Splish Splash celebration will include the BlueCross BlueShield Healthy Zone Cruiser, a picnic zone, a face painting zone, family fun activities, water sports, healthy snacks and more. The Splish Splash Summer Bash is free and open to the public.
THERE’S ONLY ONE PLACE IN THE CITY WHERE YOU CAN SAY HEY TO A GIRAFFE, WATCH SOME PICK-UP HOOPS, AND DUCK WAYWARD TEE SHOTS ALL WITHIN A 10-MINUTE WALK – DELAWARE PARK.
Maybe it’s because I grew up in rural Western New York surrounded by green space. Maybe it’s because I spent almost my entire 20s living within a mile of the park. Or, maybe it’s because I’ve run the park’s 1.8 mile loop more times than I can count, but I’ve always held a strong place in my heart for Delaware Park. Read More