Author: Christopher Byrd

The Broadway Market’s Hours for Easter week

From the Broadway Market’s website: The Broadway Market is open, Monday through Saturday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and open Easter

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A different way to visit Seven Churches this year

As places around Buffalo and Western New York started to close last month because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it didn’t

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Buffalo themed Polonia shirts for sale from BFA

Each year during the Easter season, Broadway Fillmore Alive (BFA) releases a few t-shirts for sale to celebrate Buffalo’s Polonia.

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***Cancelled*** Blessing Baskets in Buffalo during the time of social distancing at Corpus Christi and Saint Stan’s

From Corpus Christi and Saint Stan’s: Blessing of Easter Food on the East Side of Buffalo. As we approach Holy

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Buffalo’s Broadway Market is open, but Covid-19 crisis will impact Easter Season

When various places around Western New York started limiting access to the public, cancelling events or closing late last week

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Be Counted: Census 2020 Informational Event @ the Broadway Market on April 1st

Join NYS Assembly Majority Leader Crystal People’s-Stokes and Fillmore District Councilman Mitch Nowakowski to learn more about your role in

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Vegan cooking demonstration by Jessica Altman the owner of Garden Fresh Foodie at the Broadway Market

There will be a vegan cooking demonstration by Jessica Altman the owner of Garden Fresh Foodie at the Broadway Market’s

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Two scholarship opportunities for college students of Polish descent

Here’s a couple scholarship opportunities for college students of Polish descent that were listed on the Buffalo News. Please share.

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Beautiful 605 Fillmore Avenue is For Sale

605 Fillmore Ave. hit the market a few weeks ago. This building is a Tudor Revival beauty. It sits at

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Explore Buffalo’s – Building Faith: Polonia’s Houses of Worship Bus Tour

Explore Buffalo is going to be a doing a tour of three neighborhood churches on Saturday, April 4. This is

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