Category: B-F Preservation

Volunteer at the Central Terminal’s annual spring cleanup

Calling all volunteers! Come and help prepare the Terminal for yet another busy season on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from

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Make Dyngus Day better by helping keep the neighborhood clean during and after events that day

By Kelly Carroll – The East Side, shunned and abandoned by the previous generation, is on the rise. The Dyngus

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Disputa and Mayer Stained Glass Windows presentation at Corpus Christi Church

A unique presentation about the Mayer Stained Glass Windows housed in Corpus Christi Church, and a detailed explanation of the Disputa, painting over

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Front Page of Buffalo Evening News covering the Central Terminal Opening (06/22/1929)

Broadway Fillmore Alive friend, Bill Blake, sends us all kinds of historic pictures and news gems of the neighborhood he

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Sunday, January 13th is Second Sunday, Come to Church in East Buffalo

Want an easy way to help out a church in the neighborhood? Good. What you need to do is get

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A Fundraiser Lighting the Way Back to the Buffalo Central Terminal

The Buffalo Central Terminal (BCT) is an inspiring place. Whether seen from afar or experiencing it up close, the BCT

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Help Save a Saint at Corpus Christi Church

Corpus Christi Church is looking to restore an old painting found in the basement of the church. Click here to

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Celebrate and Learn about the Broadway-Fillmore Historic District on January 12th

On Saturday January 12, 2019, Preservation Buffalo Niagara will be hosting a community event to celebrate and learn more about

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Am-Pol Eagle: The Schupper House had its devotees in its day

By Gregory Witul – Over the last few years there has been a revolution in the brewing industry. Craft and

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From Big to Small: A pop-up exhibition of drawings documenting the neighborhood’s telescope houses

A pop-up exhibition of drawings documenting Buffalo’s most curious vernacular: the telescope houses of the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood. From the front,

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