Written by Intern Blogger Richard Wade
Concerts, construction, and canalside development are three of the most prevalent things happening in the City of Buffalo these days. While citizens will gladly listen to one of the many musical performances throughout the city, construction has been a rather a sour subject of sorts for a long time-especially along Main Street in Downtown Buffalo.
Instead of battling the construction blues, make time for the Fourth Annual Buffalo BookFest at Western New York Book Arts Center. The event will take place Saturday July 18, 2015 from 11am-6pm, amidst some heavy construction along Main Street.
Just a few of the planned activities will include:
- Day-long workshops on letterpress and printmaking techniques (check the Event page for the full schedule!)
- A handmade marketplace featuring the work of local artists and vendors
- Steamroller printmaking: A huge hunk of motorized metal making prints the old-fashioned way
- Food trucks to quell your growling stomach: (716) Club House & The Flaming Fish
For more info, check out the Events page! If you need more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 716-348-1430. We look forward to seeing you there!
Richard Wade is a 2009 graduate of Buffalo State College, earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. He is a voracious reader who also enjoys collecting vinyl and attending concerts.