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  • the need

    sportsmens tavern

    buffalo | 6:00 PM

    6:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 6:00 PM

    the need

    sportsmens tavern
    buffalo

  • three generations of burchfields: works from the schoene collection

    kenan center

    lockport | 12:00 AM

    this year not only marks the 50th anniversary of the kenan center in lockport, but the 51st anniversary of a landmark in the history of the kenan house gallery. it was on april 30, 1966, that the fledgling gallery opened with an exhibit of works by american watercolorist, charles e. burchfield from the collection of charles rand penney. it would prove to be one of the last exhibitions burchfield attended in person prior to his passing in january, 1967. the exhibit titled, three generations of burchfields: works from the schoene collection, opens april 30, 2017 with a public reception from 2 to 5 p.m. the exhibit will bring together for the first time the works of charles burchfield, both of his daughters catherine burchfield parker and martha burchfield richter, and his granddaughter, peggy richter haug. the exhibit is guest curated by gerald mead. the exhibit continues through june 16 in the kenan house gallery, 433 locust st, lockport. gallery hours are m-f, noon-5:00 p.m.; sundays, 2:00-5:00 p.m. the gallery will also be open saturdays, may 6 and june 10 from 2:00-5:00 p.m.

    12:00 AM
    Sun Apr 30 12:00 AM

    three generations of burchfields: works from the schoene collection

    kenan center
    lockport

  • annual wny laps for limbs fundraiser for children and veteran amputees.

    front park

    buffalo | 8:30 AM

    this year's event will take place over a 4 day weekend (4/27-4/30) filled with fun activities, vendors, food trucks, and much more. special activities include: 1. the traveling vietnam wall – 12:00pm 04/27/2017 – 3:00pm 04/30/2017: http://www.travelingwall.us/ 2. grit & wit obstacle course – 10:00am – dusk 04/29/2017 – 10:00 – 3:00 04/30/2017: http://gritnwit.com/ 3. laps for limbs – 8:30am -2:00pm 04/30/2017: http://lapsforlimbs.org/ the event kicks off on thursday, april 27th and concludes with main event, the 6th annual laps for limbs walk/run, on sunday, april 30th. opening ceremony begins at 8:30am. laps scheduled from 9am-12 noon. participants may sign up for a 1 hour time slot and walk, run, roll as many times as possible during that hour. additionally, each participant finds sponsors, either per lap or for a flat donation, and collects the money following the event. please visit https://reg.score-this.com/regx/step1.jsp?eventid=1665 to register. this event is a special type of fundraiser that is designed to raise awareness and funds for amputees. the proceeds of this event will be equally split between two organizations: camp no limits http://nolimitsfoundation.org/, a camp designed specifically to assist children amputees and the amputee treatment center http://www.amputee-center.com/ for veteran amputees, located in batavia, ny and run by a vietnam veteran. this event is hosted by the d'youville college student veteran's association. please contact our office if you have any questions. you can call us at (716) 829-7582 or email dyouvillesva@dyc.edu. we greatly appreciate any type of support—including donations, or volunteers and thank you in advance!

    8:30 AM
    Sun Apr 30 8:30 AM

    annual wny laps for limbs fundraiser for children and veteran amputees.

    front park
    buffalo

  • hike in emery park

    foothills trail club

    hamburg | 8:30 AM

    it could be a winding, climbing trail hike if conditions allow. wet conditions will cause a re route

    8:30 AM
    Sun Apr 30 8:30 AM

    hike in emery park

    foothills trail club
    hamburg

  • barre fitness for beginners

    buffalo barre

    amherst | 8:45 AM

    beautiful boutique studio for women of all fitness levels. see how our workouts can change your body in just a few classes. total body stretching & strengthening. all classes taught by certified instructors. welcoming atmosphere. most insurance wellness benefit cards accepted. $5 first class.

    8:45 AM
    Sun Apr 30 8:45 AM

    barre fitness for beginners

    buffalo barre
    amherst

  • 10:00 AM
    Sun Apr 30 10:00 AM

    zonta craft and vendor fair

    knights of columbus hall
    cheektowaga

  • cardio kickboxing

    buffalo barre

    amherst | 10:15 AM

    this is 55 min. cardio kickboxing class that will take you to your next level of fitness! this total body workout delivers endless amounts of muscle burning, leaving you solid, toned and tight in all the right places! no bags used.

    10:15 AM
    Sun Apr 30 10:15 AM

    cardio kickboxing

    buffalo barre
    amherst

  • orchard park fire company open house and recrutiment drive

    orchard park fire company - central station

    orchard park | 11:00 AM

    the orchard park fire company is running its annual recruitment drive and open house during the statewide volunteer firefighter recruitment weekend, “recruitny”. the recruitment drive will be sunday, april 30th, 2017 from 11:00am to 4:00pm at the orchard park fire company - central station at 30 school st, orchard park, ny 14127. we are going to have firefighter demonstrations, firefighter try-outs, fire station tours, food and refreshments, a bounce house and more!

    11:00 AM
    Sun Apr 30 11:00 AM

    orchard park fire company open house and recrutiment drive

    orchard park fire company - central station
    orchard park

  • march of dimes march for babies

    canalside

    buffalo | 11:00 AM

    thousands of families and local business leaders will join together on sunday, april 30, 2017 for the 2017 march for babies, the nation’s oldest fundraising walk, which helps more babies survive and thrive.

    11:00 AM
    Sun Apr 30 11:00 AM

    march of dimes march for babies

    canalside
    buffalo

  • 12:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 12:00 PM

    cherry blossom festival family day

    the buffalo history museum
    buffalo

  • annual spring fling

    village of lewiston recreation

    lewiston | 1:00 PM

    22nd annual spring fling april 30 - sunday - 1-4pm - celebrate the beginning of spring and enjoy a basket auction, entertainment and again this year a 1-mile race for youths will be held at 12:30pm. no charge, just bring a dessert to pass. we party in marilyn toohey park (behind red brick). we will have bounce-n-around, music, and a petting zoo. themed chalk walk for kids. registration for the race will begin at 11:30am on onondaga street. free.

    1:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 1:00 PM

    annual spring fling

    village of lewiston recreation
    lewiston

  • hymns & hers: celebrating great united methodist hymns

    christ united methodist church

    amherst | 1:30 PM

    paul ferington, retired bpo staff conductor and lifelong united methodist musician, presents a free lecture entitled hymns and hers, celebrating the men and women composers, poets, and arrangers of some of our most beloved and famous protestant hymns and spirituals. his presentation will include brief biographies of these famous and not-so-famous creative personalities, as well as singing many of these beloved hymns and spirituals found in the united methodist hymnal. at the conclusion and as time permits, there will be a general hymn sing-along where audience members can choose their favorite hymn to sing. maestro ferington’s presentation will be sunday april 30 at 1:30 pm in the sanctuary of christ united methodist church, 350 saratoga road (corner of harlem road) in snyder. for additional information call christ church amherst at (716) 839-2460 or email cumc350@gmail.com.

    1:30 PM
    Sun Apr 30 1:30 PM

    hymns & hers: celebrating great united methodist hymns

    christ united methodist church
    amherst

  • international jazz day celebration

    pausa art house

    buffalo | 1:30 PM

    save the date! sunday, april 30th from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. jazzbuffalo, in association with pausa art house, will celebrate international jazz day. this day, organized by unesco, culminates the end of jazz appreciation month and highlights the role of jazz in uniting people from every corner of the world. this will be a free event, with donations accepted to support the national multiple sclerosis society and the ms walk, which takes place at canalside on may 6. performing - so far - will be my cousin tone' and the hot club of buffalo with more tba. international model and singer carmina suzanne will join us to sing a song or two in fench/italian to add to the international theme of jazz day. save the date and make plans to stop by pausa art house on sunday, april 30th for great jazz music presented in the spirit of global unity.

    1:30 PM
    Sun Apr 30 1:30 PM

    international jazz day celebration

    pausa art house
    buffalo

  • vocal anatomy workshop

    community music school of buffalo

    buffalo | 2:00 PM

    learn about the vocal mechanism and how it operates. cms voice faculty will be led by dr. natalie gugino, md in demonstrations on posture, breathing, tongue and jaw position, as well as ways to take care of your voice to avoid vocal abuse and damaging.

    2:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 2:00 PM

    vocal anatomy workshop

    community music school of buffalo
    buffalo

  • 3:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 3:00 PM

    classical music sunday: michael mendoza

    daily planet coffee company
    buffalo

  • classical music with michael carlos mendoza

    daily planet coffee company

    buffalo | 3:00 PM

    buffalo-native, michael carlos mendoza, is a versatile guitarist/composer/educator making his mark on the world of music. mendoza cultivates his own unique musical voice by seeking a balance between learned playing, careful interpretation, and creative programming. he approaches music by drawing from diverse sources inspirations, and incorporating the perspectives of both performer and composer. mendoza received his bachelor’s degree from suny fredonia studying under james piorkowski, serving as a member of the fredonia guitar quartet, and performing across the globe, including the us, spain, france, and germany. he then went on to earn a masters in classical guitar performance from rochester’s eastman school of music as a student of nicholas goluses. during his career at eastman, he was awarded the prestigious performer’s certificate in recognition of his talent and abilities. as a professional, michael has a tremendous interest in fostering the next generation’s appreciation and understanding of music and the guitar. he is an avid teacher of guitar in multiple styles and has given multiple community outreach concerts in the western new york area including multiple appearances in suny fredonia school of music’s children’s concert series.

    3:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 3:00 PM

    classical music with michael carlos mendoza

    daily planet coffee company
    buffalo

  • ars nova musicians chamber orchestra concert

    historic st john kanty church

    buffalo | 3:00 PM

    ars nova musicians chamber orchestra will present a concert featuring classical music set in the splendor of historic saint john kanty roman catholic church, this year celebrating 125 years as a parish. marylouise nana is founder, music director and conductor and will lead the orchestra on sunday, april 30 at 3 p.m. the talented emily tworek helenbrook, soprano soloist, will also perform.

    3:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 3:00 PM

    ars nova musicians chamber orchestra concert

    historic st john kanty church
    buffalo

  • spring concert

    delaware avenue baptist church

    buffalo | 3:00 PM

    theme for this year is "unity in christ," features performances from a diverse selection of soloist, vocal groups, praise dancers, and musicians.

    3:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 3:00 PM

    spring concert

    delaware avenue baptist church
    buffalo

  • ars nova musicians chamber orchestra concert

    historic st john kanty church

    buffalo | 3:00 PM

    marylouise nanna, conductor; emily tworek helenbrook, soprano soloist; christine lynn bailey, flute soloist

    3:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 3:00 PM

    ars nova musicians chamber orchestra concert

    historic st john kanty church
    buffalo

  • sam marabella trio

    anchor bar

    buffalo | 5:00 PM

    5:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 5:00 PM

    sam marabella trio

    anchor bar
    buffalo

  • 6:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 6:00 PM

    swingin' sundays with annie philippone

    nietzsche's
    buffalo

  • dyne side

    stamps

    tonawanda (city) | 6:00 PM

    :: dyne side is a breath of fresh air for south florida. as an alternative rock band, native to the city of miami, their relevance on the music scene is relatively recent; but they’ve been laying the foundation since 2010, when emmanuel costa-maya (vocals) joined eddie salcedo (guitar), ariel ramirez (bass), and michael hernandez (keys), to form the group that would send a charge ripping through the atmosphere in this town. possessing versatility and diverse influences through melancholy vocals and melodies over lush ambience with groove and aggressive rhythms. they aim to reach the pinnacle of musical dynamics. constantly pushing across the boundaries of genres without fear or limitations. they continue to experiment with open minds and open hearts across the musical spectrum. when asked to describe themselves as a band, emmanuel costa- maya says,“we are eclectic. our sound is adaptive because we like so many different genres. we’re five guys with distinctive personalities that generate an unexpected sound that may be shocking, but in a good way.” but it is hard to make an impression as a band, when your leading man is on the front lines halfway around the world. emmanuel had enlisted in the air force right before joining dyne side and was stationed in south korea to begin his four year service. the physical distance between them as a band did not deter them from the collaborative goals they shared, it

    6:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 6:00 PM

    dyne side

    stamps
    tonawanda (city)

  • susan peters

    the colored musicians club

    buffalo | 6:00 PM

    susan peters on vocals, walter jedermann on piano, sabu adeyola on bass, louis marino on drums from 6-7, followed by the weekly jam session

    6:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 6:00 PM

    susan peters

    the colored musicians club
    buffalo

  • vesperteen

    buffalo iron works

    buffalo | 8:00 PM

    colin rigsby does many things well—but domesticity is not one of them. rigsby, who has been playing drums since the age of 12, took a stab at civilian life following more than a decade of writing, recording, and touring the world with his band house of heroes, but it didn’t take very well. “after the band had started to wind down i tried to take a break from music and be very domesticated and get into other hobbies,” he said. “nothing really stuck and i asked a friend who’s a local promoter to throw me on as an acoustic opener for any shows he had. i fleshed out a bunch of unfinished songs i had started over the years and just started figuring out how to be a solo guy playing guitar and singing.” what started out as a remedy for restlessness, however, soon developed into a full-blown passion and the beginnings of rigsby’s new solo project--vesperteen. within a few months of going “solo” rigsby had penned a new batch of songs and teamed up with his good friend and accomplished music producer, jesse cale, to produce vesperteen’s self-titled debut ep, which was released in september 2015. vesperteen’s pop/rock sound, reminiscent of bands like the 1975 and bleachers, has connected with a large audience. in just over a year, rigsby has accrued more than 10,000 followers across social media platforms and generated 150,000 plays on spotify as an independent artist. additionally, vesperteen has toured the midwest and opened for several national acts including family force five and layne. the goal, said rigsby, is to play as many shows as possible, record more music and to continue connecting with his audience in meaningful ways. “i want people to hear ideas they’ve never considered, feel things along with me, find some solidarity, exorcise some demons and move their bodies,” he said. vesperteen recently released a new single, what we could have been, on sept. 16 and will be touring extensively this fall.

    8:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 8:00 PM

    vesperteen

    buffalo iron works
    buffalo

  • screaming females, mallwalkers

    mohawk place

    buffalo | 8:00 PM

    screaming females had such a clear goal for their new album that it became almost a mantra: they wanted songs that were concise, crisp and melodic. that’s exactly what the new jersey punk trio delivers on rose mountain, their sixth lp, due in february on don giovanni records. the album is a milestone in a number of ways. not only does rose mountain reflect a new approach to the band’s songwriting, the lp marks the first time screaming females have worked with an outside producer, and comes as the trio celebrates 10 years together. “i’m very pleased and proud of us as a band for playing together for so long,” says singer and guitarist marissa paternoster, who formed screaming females in 2005 with bassist michael abbate and drummer jarrett dougherty. their longevity helped prompt the concise-crisp-melodic mantra for rose mountain. although melody has always been a central part of the band’s music, the musicians have often layered them into massive thickets of interlocking sound on previous albums. they were ready to try something more streamlined with the 10 new songs on rose mountain. “our last three releases were dense musically,” dougherty says. “this time, we tried to really hone in on what was important about the songs and get rid of what wasn’t important.” the trio decided the vocal melodies were particularly important, and were careful to leave room for them while they were writing the new songs. “before we got to that point where we had a complete, complex, intricate thing instrumentally, we stopped and said, ‘let’s not finish this off, let’s let the vocals finish this off,’” dougherty says. the restraint they showed in writing the tunes didn’t affect the riveting intensity the band brought to playing them. you can hear it on “empty head,” the taut, lean album opener. it’s there in the interplay between serrated guitar and a buoyant bassline on “triumph,” and in th

    8:00 PM
    Sun Apr 30 8:00 PM

    screaming females, mallwalkers

    mohawk place
    buffalo

  • 8:30 PM
    Sun Apr 30 8:30 PM

    dr. jazz and the jazzbugs

    nietzche's
    buffalo