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Nearby London Plans ‘Doors Open’ Cultural Event

Nearby London Plans ‘Doors Open’ Cultural Event

 

Doors Open London and London Culture Days, a two-day event that opens up spaces and offers activities throughout nearby London, free of charge, for local residents and visitors to engage with, will take place Sept. 27-28. 

These key events have become widely recognized as a weekend of communal gathering, celebration and recognition for London, Ontario’s arts and heritage sector. The weekend features hands-on, interactive activities that invite the public to participate "behind the scenes" to discover the world of artists, creators, historians, architects, etc. at work in the community. It’s fun for the whole family!

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Traveling Overseas With Fido? Quirky Rules May Have Pet Owners Growling

Traveling Overseas With Fido? Quirky Rules May Have Pet Owners Growling

According to the U.S. Office of Travel and Tourism, Americans took more than 61 million trips overseas in the year 2013. With more than 68 percent of all U.S. households owning a pet, it’s no surprise that our furry friends are more frequently joining in on the family vacation. Rules and regulations on live imports typically vary by country, so it’s important to be aware of these rules prior to your trip. 

WNY Environmental Summit to Include Speaker From SolarCity

WNY Environmental Summit to Include Speaker From SolarCity

Developments over the past decade in the region’s sustainability efforts will be explored at the 10th annual Western New York Environmental Summit that will take place from 8:30 to noon Sept. 27 in the Daemen College Wick Campus Center.

“A Decade of Progress: Sustainability Comes of Age in WNY” will include a keynote address, “The Was, Is and Will Be of Solar Power,” at 9 a.m. by Ian Diamond, senior manager of commercial project development at SolarCity. The company has announced plans to build an expanded solar panel manufacturing plant in Buffalo that will be one of the biggest in the world and bring more than 1,000 jobs to the area.

“We are delighted to have Ian Diamond as keynote speaker given SolarCity’s planned investment in the RiverBend clean energy hub in South Buffalo,” said Cheryl Bird, executive director of the Daemen Center for Sustainable Communities and Civic Engagement (CSCCE).

Catholic Charities to Host Health and Wellness Fair on Sept. 25

Catholic Charities to Host Health and Wellness Fair on Sept. 25

Individuals, families and those looking to learn more about health-related services and benefits information are invited to attend a Health and Wellness Fair hosted by Catholic Charities on Sept. 25 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at 128 Wilson St., Buffalo. Parking is available in a lot off Fillmore Avenue.

More than 30 vendors will provide displays and offer products for purchase, including the Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo, Tastefully Simple, Lawley Insurance and D’Avolio Olive Oils, Vinegars and More. Attendees can also have their blood pressure measured, receive a back massage from Chair Massage Pit Stop for $1 per minute or sit-in on a Tai Chi demonstration.

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Annunciation to Welcome October with Harvest Festival

Annunciation to Welcome October with Harvest Festival

 

A three-day Harvest Festival featuring a wide variety of family friendly events and activities will be held at Annunciation Church, 7580 Clinton St., Elma, Oct. 3-5.

A free Family Movie Night under a tent will kick things off at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3.

Annunciation Church to Host Jazz Event on September 27

Annunciation Church to Host Jazz Event on September 27

 

“Easy to Remember: Great American Songbook Transformed Into Jazz,” featuring the music of Jerome Kern, Rogers and Hammerstein, and others, will be offered from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, at Annunciation Church, 7580 Clinton St., Elma. Performers will include local musicians Krista Seddon on piano, John “Bud” Fadale on bass, and Dave Schiavone on saxophone and flute.

Daemen Convocation Welcomes New Students, Opens Academic Year

Daemen Convocation Welcomes New Students, Opens Academic Year

With the fall semester getting underway Sept. 2, Daemen College hosted a variety of campus activities for returning and incoming first-year students, including Fall Convocation to welcome more than 550 new students to the college community and to celebrate the start of the new academic year.

“The most important ability you will acquire in your college years is the ability to think critically and analytically about the world,” Daemen President Gary A. Olson said in his address to students at the all-campus event on Sept. 4. “As college-educated individuals, you will have the ability and the responsibility to always exercise your critical thinking skills.