HarborCenter, Canalside, Larkinville, RiverWorks, Solar City – Buffalo’s resurgence is visible in many places and in many forms these days. Show it off from the top of City Hall to your friends and family who are in town for Thanksgiving during “Take Another Look” from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday.
The City Hall lobby will feature appetizers from new downtown eateries, local craft beers and wine, Buffalo-themed gifts for sale, City Hall tours led by Preservation Buffalo Niagara docents and career opportunities presented by Opportunity Buffalo.
In Council Chambers on the 13th floor, there will be interactive exhibits like a “Name that Place” street view quiz, “What I Love about Buffalo” video storytelling and themed crafts for kids.
The 25th floor – Windows on Buffalo enclosed observation deck that is handicap-accessible – will feature award-winning photographs of Buffalo and art by Public School 84 students. The 28th floor observation deck will feature Resonance, the Buffalo Public Schools’ 13-voice a capella vocal group, as well as coffee and dessert.
Both observation decks also will offer aerial tours by Explore Buffalo docents and views of the grain elevators lighting up as the sun sets over Lake Erie.
Tickets are $10 in advance at Citybration.com, $15 at the door ($10 if you bring a non-perishable food item and/or a gift for The News Neediest Fund; children are admitted free.)
– Kristy Kibler