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Business calendar for Oct. 10-19

Monday

Professional Group

Niagara Frontier Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers Meeting: 5 p.m. Chef’s Restaurant, 291 Seneca St. 856-9187. New York State Labor Law presentation by Michael Rubin. ilovechefs.com. $20.

Tuesday

Business Group

BUDC Downtown Committee Meeting: Noon. City Hall, Room 901. buffalourbandevelopment.com.

BNI – Business Networking Mixer: 5:30 p.m. Templeton Landing restaurant, 2 Templeton Terrace. “Now is the Time to Harvest Your Referrals.”

Buffalo Investors & Exchangors Meeting: 6:45 p.m. Tuesday. “Prevention of Discrimination Lawsuits” by Robert Friedman and “Double Your Real Estate Portfolio” by Russ Gullo. Millennium Hotel, 2040 Walden Ave., Cheektowaga.

Wednesday

Business Group

AM Business Exchange: 8 a.m. Forestview Restaurant, 4781 Transit Road, Depew. Informal networking with guest speaker.

Lancaster Area Chamber of Commerce AM Business Exchange: 8 a.m. Dutch Mill, 5259 Broadway St., Lancaster. Informal networking every Wednesday morning. Call 681-9755 for details.

Thursday

Business Group

BNI Signature Meeting. 6:30 a.m. Fairfield Inn & Suites Buffalo Airport, 4271 Genesee St., Cheektowaga. 633-2488. Reservations required.

BNI Triumph Meeting: 6:30 a.m. Northtown Center, 1615 Amherst Manor Drive, Amherst. bni.com.

Subcontractors Association of Western New York Membership Meeting: 7:30 a.m. Buffalo Yacht Club, 1 Porter Ave. Presentation of the Industry Leader of the Year Award to Ciminelli Real Estate. $50.

Orchard Park Chamber of Commerce Business Connections Networking Group Meeting: 8 a.m. Municipal Center (basement), 4295 S. Buffalo St., Orchard Park. 662-3366. OrchardParkChamber.org.

FSP Buffalo Chapter Society Educational Breakfast: 8 a.m. Giancarlo’s Sicilian Steakhouse, 5110 Main St. ESOP by Stan Bulua. $15-$25. First time potential member attendee attend free.

Rotary Club of Buffalo Meeting: Dr. Jacob Neiheisel, professor of political science, will speak about “Polarization of American Politics.” 12:15 p.m. Templeton Landing, 2 Templeton Terrace. buffalonyrotary.org.

Seminars and Classes

Entrepreneurship in the Arts Workshop: 5:45 p.m. SUNY Buffalo State, Rockwell, Hall, 1300 Elmwood Ave. sbdc.buffalostate.edu. Five intensive workshops providing knowledge for creating and operating your own arts enterprise. $75-$150.

Pay For Your Children’s College Education Tax-Free: 6:30 p.m. National Real Estate Investors Group, 3960 Harlem Road, Suite 12. nreigrp.com/event-registration. Free.

Friday

Business Group

BNI Meeting – Enterprise Chapter: 7 a.m. Aloft Hotel, 4291 Genesee St., Cheektowaga. One person per specialty allowed in each chapter. Visit website for information. BNIenterprise.org.

Seminars and Classes

FPA WNY Symposium: 8 a.m. Bryant & Stratton College Amherst Campus, 3650 Millersport Highway, Amherst. “ESOP by an Expert” and approved CFP Ethics Course. 625-6300. bryantstratton.edu/locations/new-york/amherst. $50-$65.

Oct. 19

Business Group

Business Helping Business of WNY Network Meeting: 4:30 p.m. Pearl Street Grill & Brewery, 76 Pearl St. For information, call Bill at 908-2519 or go to bhbwny.com. buffalobrewerydistrict.com/pearl.

NAWBO Monthly Dinner: #OwningIt: The Business of People. 5:30 p.m. Join panelists employment attorney Lindy Korn and Tonya Hollederer, vice president at Russell Bond, an employment practices insurance broker, who share their knowledge and insights about managing people. Foundry Suites, 1738 Elmwood Ave. foundrysuites.com. $35-$40.

Citizens for Regional Transit Meeting: 5:30 p.m. United Way, 742 Delaware Ave. Imagine Buffalo reclaiming its place among the great cities of the U.S. with a downtown intermodal train station, an iconic hub for trains, buses, light rail and bicycles. Imagine a seamless transit point taking you to Niagara Falls, the airport and maybe to the Central Terminal for a high-speed rail connection. A multimodal train station downtown offers the opportunity to reimagine the public space as a landmark hub that will ensure the sustainability of Buffalo’s renaissance by leveling the cost of transportation and widening economic opportunity for everybody. citizenstransit.org.

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