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Supporters gathered at Lakeward Spirits at the Barrel Factory to help Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper celebrate 30 years of protecting our water and surrounding ecosystems. Guests sipped locally crafted cocktails while being treated to delicious food, live music and tours of the distillery.

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Held at the new Aloft boutique hotel at 500 Pearl St., this fundraiser supporting Artpark’s family and community programs treated guests to cocktails, a sit-down dinner and an after party in the hotel’s Forbes Theater that featured live music by Dave Schulz & C.O. Jones.

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Attendees of this elegant black-tie event enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction and gourmet dinner on Shea’s Grand Stage before being escorted to Shea’s 710 Theatre for a private performance featuring Tony Award winner Laura Benanti.

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The biggest fundraiser of the year for the Parkinson’s Foundation, guests gathered at the Millennium Hotel for an evening of wine tasting, craft beer, delicious food, desserts, basket raffle, silent auction, wine pull and more.

Add a little merriment to your life this month and celebrate all the imaginative happenings that make Western New York unique. From a whimsical fairy festival to a transcendent opera performance, these events are sure to be magical. May 4: Buffalo Taco & Margarita Fest Registration/map distribution at Falley Allen, 204 Allen St., Buffalo, from 3-5:30 p.m. Admission:…

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Guests gathered at the Hyatt Regency for this Spamalot-themed gala in support of Camp Good Days and Special Times. The black tie event featured a cocktail reception, dinner, auctions, entertainment and more.

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Celebrating their 100th anniversary this June, the Junior League of Buffalo held their Centennial Gilded Gala at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens on March 30. Guests of the black-tie affair enjoyed a gourmet dinner, open bar, silent and live auctions, late-night buffet and dancing to the Mark Mazur Band.

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If you’ve felt cooped up for the last four months, we’ve got the cure. From a Cabin Fever Beer and Wine Festival to an ’80s throwback party, these events will have you shaking your isolation blues and doing the Robot in no time. April 7: Around the World with the BPO Kleinhans Music Hall, 3 Symphony Circle, Buffalo Admission: $9-$14 Young people will be exposed to …

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Peter Cottontail has been hoppin’ down bunny trails across America since the 1700s–a tradition believed to have been brought over from Germany, where children made nests for Osterhase the storied hare to lay its colored eggs in. Over the years, simple nests have been traded in for fancy baskets and mountains of chocolate bunnies, jellybeans, plush toys, games and other sur…

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Attendees of this 15th annual event sampled some of the finest wines and food the area has to offer while rubbing shoulders with Sabres legends and bidding on auction items from players and alumni.

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Winter may be wrapping up in Western New York, but there’s plenty of cool stuff on tap for March. From spirituals to the sounds of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s, news of these events is sure to be music to your ears. March 2: Rise Up! First Shiloh Baptist Church, 15 Pine St., Buffalo Admission: $15; $5 for students under 18 Join Harmonia Chamber Singers for an inspirationa…

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Bring along batteries. Always test small appliances and electronics; the seller may not even know if they work. Likewise, it’s a good idea to screw in a light bulb before you invest in that antique brass floor lamp. Carry cash. While professional companies may be equipped to accept credit cards, family-run sales may be cash-only. Call ahead to confirm they accept plasti…

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Usually the result of one of the three Ds–divorce, downsizing or death–estate sales are a way to liquidate someone’s belongings, not just get rid of some stuff around the house. With the goal of unloading as much as possible, you can expect to find anything from wingback chairs to wax paper…and hopefully some great bargains along the way. Whether you’re a seasoned shopp…

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Guests celebrated the accomplishments of the Westminster Economic Development Initiative at this event held at The Atrium @ Rich’s and enjoyed authentic ethnic cuisine from the West Side Bazaar, live and silent auctions, and live music.