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» Submitted by Ann Enger on Thu, 10/09/2008 - 2:26pm.
The Greater South Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's business directory and community guide is available to businesses and residents who would like extra copies for their employees, customers, and families.
Visit 2019 Seneca Street to pick up your complimentary copies, or call 824-9942 for more information.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Wed, 10/08/2008 - 5:21pm.
Small Business Development Training begins in Buffalo
The newly established Entrepreneurial Assistance Program (EAP) in South Buffalo will feature a 60-hour small business training course starting Wednesday, October 22, 2008.
Classes will be held twice a week, Monday and Wednesday evenings, 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Wed, 09/10/2008 - 3:31pm.
Mr. & Mrs. D's Soul Food Restaurant, 1586 South Park Avenue, is now offering sit-down dining room service in addition to the take-out service which started a couple months ago.
Diners may enjoy baked chicken, ribs, greens, red beans and rice, turkey burgers, catfish, meatloaf, and a lot of other options.
Proprietor Jeffrey Donaldson invites you to visit at 1586 South Park Avenue in South Buffalo, or call 332-0234 for more information.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Fri, 08/29/2008 - 11:47am.
The Greater South Buffalo Chamber of Commerce has established a multi-event sponsorship opportunity for our corporate partners.
Corporate partners help the chamber in our mission "to support and promote our business environment while strengthening the relationship between our commercial, residential, and nonprofit communities."
We graciously acknowledge the support of our partners:
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Tue, 08/26/2008 - 1:52pm.
Vendor space is filling up quickly for the 7th annual "Shop in your neighborhood" Expo, planned for Saturday, September 6, 2008 in Cazenovia Park.
Businesses, organizations, schools, and nonprofits and invited to share information about their product or service to thousands of visitors at the annual Irish Feis & Expo.
For information about getting a table, please call 824-9942.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Fri, 08/15/2008 - 5:54pm.
The South Park Italian Festival is here!
The festival will be held on Reading Street, just off of South Park Avenue in South Buffalo (a few blocks away from Sorrento).
Food from Chef's, Ditondo's, The Wayside, Mineo's South, and Pellicano's Market will be served. Italian beer, wine, and other refreshments will be available. The Caz Coffee Cafe will also be on site.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Mon, 08/11/2008 - 2:00pm.
Seneca Street Car Show was great! Yes, a little rain (okay, it poured cats and dogs and the occasional corvette) but still there were a bunch of cars and plenty of support.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Wed, 07/16/2008 - 5:23pm.
Dog Ears Bookstore is now open at 688 Abbott Road, in the same building with the Caz Coffee Cafe.
The two-story site offers new books for sale downstairs, along with a comfortable sitting area. Upstairs is a sprawling room offering an array of programming, from poetry classes to storytime. Both entities represent "The Enlightenment Literary Arts Center."
"It's designed to be "funky, fun, safe, and enthusiastic," said Thomas McDonnell, director of the center.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Wed, 06/11/2008 - 4:32pm.
The 7th annual Shop in Your Neighborhood Expo is planned for Saturday, September 6, 2008 in Cazenovia Park. The event is held in conjunction with Goin' South's Irish Feis, a daylong celebration of Irish music and culture.
Expo vendors have the opportunity to promote their product or service to thousands of visitors and residents.
Expo chairpersons are Shellie Picone, M&T Bank, Brandon Minsterman, HSBC Bank, and Karen Rondinelli, Elderwood Village at Westwood.
» Submitted by Ann Enger on Mon, 06/02/2008 - 11:17am.
The 7th annual Parade of Circles was held on Sunday, June 1, under crisp skies and with fall-like temperatures. Just the same, over 30 contingents marched down McKinley Parkway and hundreds of residents and visitors enjoyed the show from the sidelines.
This year's honored guests were Buffalo Fire Fighters. The parade grand marshal was Linda Friedenber from the Board of Block Clubs.
The annual parade celebrates the historic Olmsted Parkway and is planned by South Buffalo Alive and the Greater South Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.