ReTree the District is a collaborative project of community partners in Buffalo’s University District working to plant 1,000 trees across the community. The project is reinvesting in our urban tree canopy, strengthening ties among neighbors, and encouraging volunteerism. Continue reading
Poetry and songs performed by Valerian Ruminski
Come and spill some wine, yell out loud, laugh your butt off! An evening for misfits and misanthropes with the poetry of Charles Bukowski See the gorgeous renovated Varsity Theater! Continue reading
Bailey Fights Blight is a collaborative project that seeks to board up and secure blighted and vacant storefronts along Bailey Avenue, while incorporating public art as a way to beautify the neighborhood and help redevelop the commercial corridor. Thanks to a grant from the Arts Service Initiative of WNY, project partners will be working with artist Nick Miller several large scale murals along Bailey Avenue. Learn how you can get involved! Continue reading
Please join us for Financial Education Workshops sponsored by Evans Bank, with support from Canisius College and Bailey Avenue Business Association. Continue reading
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th, 3:00PM-6:00PM. 3165 BAILEY AVENUE – Join the owner and President of the Bailey Avenue Business Association, Ibrahim Cissé, the University District Community Development Association, and many other community, business, and government partners as the newly renovated Varisty Theatre is opened to the public for the first time in over a decade. See the historic East Side landmark re-imagined as a one-of-a-kind music venue and event space. Continue reading
Bailey Avenue is proud to have our first real mural. It went up today. It was conceived, designed, installed, and FULLY PAID FOR by VILLA MARIA COLLEGE and its School of Arts. Please visit the gallery Continue reading
Caribbean Experience owner and manager receive Best Meat Prize for their Jerked Chicken at Taste of Buffalo. July 11th – July 12, 2015.
Join in on the fight against blight on Bailey Avenue this Saturday, June 13th!
Help revitalize your community by getting involved with Bailey Fights Blight. We’re taking to the street for the first of four Saturdays of service to board up and secure vacant buildings, remove graffiti, and build on Bailey Avenue’s unique identity with public art.