First Wednesday Speaker Series “Profiles Volume I: Historic & Influential People from Buffalo & WNY – the 1800s ” by Rick Falkowski
April 1 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
Profiles Volume I: Historic & Influential People from Buffalo & WNY – the 1800s
This book profiles chronicles 100 profiles of people from Buffalo and Western New York who helped shape local, regional, New York State and American history during the 1800s. It includes the accomplishments of area residents in politics, law, medicine, manufacturing, religion, music and other fields of business. In addition, the book describes events that affected the WNY community. From the War of 1812, building of the Buffalo Harbor, opening of the Erie Canal, financial crisis of 1837, development of the Delaware Avenue mansions, building of the railroads, beginning of manufacturing, creation of neighborhoods, Olmsted Parks and harnessing the power of the Niagara, meet the people that created and participated in the evolution of the WNY community.
Doors open AT 5:30pm;
Presentation starts AT 6:30pm
PIZZA AND REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.
50-50 SPLIT CLUB DRAWING
PARKING IN REAR OF BUILDING