Buffalo Events

updated on 3/4/19

REGULAR CLUB MEETINGS

African Violet & Gesneriad Society of WNY meets the third Tuesday of the month, March—December, at 7pm, Greenfield Health & Rehab Facility, 5949 Broadway, Lancaster. May 4–5: African Violet Show & Sale, see Calendar (below). judyoneil1945@gmail.com.

Alden Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of the month (except July & August) at 7pm, Alden Community Center, West Main Street, Alden. New members and guests welcome. Plant sale each May. 716/937-7924.

Amana Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of the month (except January) at Ebenezer United Church of Christ, 630 Main Street, West Seneca. Visitors welcome. 716/844-8543; singtoo@aol.com.

Amherst Garden Club meets the fourth Wednesday of the month (except December, March, July & August) at 10am, St. John’s Lutheran Church, Main Street, Williamsville. New members and guests welcome. 716/836-5397.

Bowmansville Garden Club meets the first Monday of the month (except June, July, August & December) at 7pm, Bowmansville Fire Hall, 36 Main Street, Bowmansville. New members and guests welcome.  For more information 716/361-8325.

Buffalo Area Daylily Society. East Aurora Senior Center, 101 King Street, East Aurora. Friendly group who get together to enjoy daylilies. Open Gardens in July. 716/ 698-3454; Facebook.

Buffalo Bonsai Society meets the third Wednesday of the month at 7pm, Buffalo Botanical Gardens, 2655 South Park Ave., Buffalo.June 1–2: Bonsai Show, see Calendar (below). buffalobonsaisociety.com.

Federated Garden Clubs NYS – District 8. Marcia Becker, District Director. 716/681-3530; marshmelo601@yahoo.com; gardenclubsofwny.com.

Friends of Kenan Herb Club meets the fourth Monday of the month at 6pm (January–March), 5:30pm (April–November), Kenan Center for the Arts, 433 Locust Street, Lockport. June 1: Plant Sale, see calendar (below). Meeting dates, times and campus locations: kenancenter.org/affiliates.asp; 716/433-2617.

Garden Club of the Tonawandas meets the third Thursday of the month at 7pm, Tonawanda City Hall, Community Room.

Garden Friends of Clarence meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm, September–June, Town Park Clubhouse, 10405 Main Street, Clarence. gardenfriendsofclarence@hotmail.com.

Hamburg Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of the month at noon, Hamburg Community Center, 107 Prospect Avenue, Hamburg. Summer garden tours. 716/649-6789; lonabutler4@gmail.com.

Kenmore Garden Club meets the second Tuesday of the month (except July & August) at 10:00am, Kenmore United Methodist Church, 32 Landers Road, Kenmore. New members and guests welcome. ewpinkposies1@gmail.com.

Ken-Sheriton Garden Club meets the second Tuesday of the month (except January) at 7pm, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 576 Delaware Road, Kenmore. Monthly programs, artistic design and horticulture displays. New members and guests welcome. 716/833-8799; dstierheim@gmail.com.

Lancaster Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm, St. John’s Lutheran Hall, 55 Pleasant Avenue, Lancaster. No meetings January, July & August. March 14: Installation of Officers & Awards, pot luck dinner. April 11: A Tea Party Fit for Royalty. May 8: Fiesta Time. June 7: Plant Sale, see Calendar (below). All are welcome. 716/685-4881.

Niagara Frontier Koi and Pond Club meets the second Friday of the month at 7pm, Zion United Church, 15 Koening Circle, Tonawanda.

Niagara Frontier Orchid Society (NFOS) meets the first Tuesday following the first Sunday (dates sometimes vary due to holidays, etc.), September–June, Botanical Gardens, 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo. niagarafrontierorchids.org.

Orchard Park Garden Club meets the first Thursday of the month at 12pm, Orchard Park Presbyterian Church, 4369 South Buffalo Street, Orchard Park. Contact: Sandra Patrick, 716/662-2608.

Silver Creek-Hanover Garden Club meets the second Saturday of the month at 2pm, First Baptist Church, 32 Main Street, Silver Creek. Sue Duecker, 716/934-7608; duke.sue@roadrunner.com.

South Town Gardeners meets the second Friday of the month (except January) at 9:30am, West Seneca. New members welcome.

Town and Country Garden Club of LeRoy meets the second Wednesday of the month (except February) at 6:30pm, First Presbyterian Church, 7 Clay Street, LeRoy. New members and guests are welcome. 585/768-2712; ritawallace005@gmail.com; Facebook.

Western New York Herb Study Group meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm, Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo.

Western New York Honey Producers, Inc. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County, 21 South Grove Street, East Aurora. wnyhpa.org.

Western New York Hosta Society. East Aurora Senior Center, 101 King Street, East Aurora. Meetings with speakers, newsletter, sales. 716/941-6167; h8staman@aol.com; wnyhosta.com.

Western New York Hosta Society Breakfast Meetings, a friendly get-together, first Saturday of the month at 10am, Forestview Restaurant, Depew. wnyhosta.com.

Western NY Iris Society usually meets the first Sunday of the month (when Iris are not in bloom), 1–4pm, at the Lancaster Public Library, 5466 Broadway, Lancaster. Information about acquiring and growing irises (bearded & non-bearded) and complimentary perennials, annual flower show & summer iris sale. Guests welcome. 716/837-2285; drsnooks@twc.com.

Western New York Rose Society meets the third Wednesday of each month at 7pm, St. Stephens-Bethlehem United Church of Christ, 750 Wehrle Drive, Williamsville. March 20: Preparing the Garden, Planting Roses & Pruning. April 17: Fertilizing & SprayingMay 15: Silent Auction & Program TBD.wnyrosesociety.net.

Wilson Garden Club generally meets the second Thursday of each month at 7pm, Community Room, Wilson Free Library, 265 Young Street, Wilson. Meetings open to all, community floral planting, spring plant sale, local garden tours. 716/751-6334; wilsongardenclub@aol.com.

Youngstown Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of every month at 7pm, First Presbyterian Church, 100 Church Street, Youngstown.

CLASSES / EVENTS

Frequent Hosts:

BECBG: Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, 2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14218. 716/827-1584; buffalogardens.com.

BMAC: Beaver Meadow Audubon Center, 1610 Welch Road, North Java, NY 14113. 585/457-3228; 800/377-1520; buffaloaudubon.org.

CCE/GC: Cornell Cooperative Extension, Genesee County, 420 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020. 585/343-3040; genesee.cce.cornell.edu.

LOCK: Lockwood’s Greenhouses, 4484 Clark Street, Hamburg, NY 14075.716/649-4684; weknowplants.com.

REIN: Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve, 93 Honorine Drive, Depew, NY 14043. 716/683-5959; dec.ny.gov.

URB: Urban Roots, 428 Rhode Island Street, Buffalo. Seminars presented in collaboration with Grassroots Gardens & Massachusetts Avenue Project. All classes at 2pm, please arrive 10 minutes early. 716/362-8982; info@urbanroots.org; urbanroots.org.

F- Indicates activities especially appropriate for children and families.

S- Indicates plant sales.

T- Indicates garden tours.

March 16: Education Day, 8:30am–3pm. Managing Munching Mammals, Dr. Paul Curtis, Cornell University. Get the Dirt on Soil, Bob Shindelbeck, Cornell University. What’s Bugging Your Garden: The Good, the Bad and the Not So Ugly, Dr. Wayne Gall, US Department of Agriculture. Includes lunch, beverages & snacks. Location: Classics V Banquet Center, Amherst. $35 Erie County Master Gardeners; $45 Master Gardeners outside Erie County; $55 general public. Registration required. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Erie County, 716/652-5400 x177; mgerie@cornell.edu; erie.cce.cornell.edu.

March 16: Woods Walk – Nature Guide’s Choice, 11am. Free. No registration required. REIN

March 16: Seed Starting – Medicinal Herbs & Plants, 2pm. Presented by Sarah Sorci, Sweet Flag Herbs. Location: GGWNY, 30 C. Essex Street, Buffalo. Free. Registration required. URB

March 20: Senior Stroll, 10am. Leisurely guided walk through the woods. Adults only. Free. Registration required. REIN

March 20: Plantasia Preview Night, 5:30–8pm. Fairgrounds Event Center, 5820 South Park Avenue, Hamburg. 716/741-8047; plantasiany.com.

F- March 21–24: Plantasia. Plantasia in Paradise. Fully landscaped display gardens, seminars, workshops, Children’s Garden, vendors, live entertainment and more. Fairgrounds Event Center, 5820 South Park Avenue, Hamburg. 716/741-8047; plantasiany.com.

F- March 23: Spring Search, 10am–12pm. Join Naturalist Mark Carra at Beaver Meadow for a hike to find the first signs of spring. All ages. $5. Registration required. BMAC

March 23: Soil Testing & Common Weeds, 2 pm. Presented by Sharon Bachman, CCE. Location: MAP Farmhouse, 387 Massachusetts Avenue, Buffalo. Free. Registration required. URB

March 26: Invaders Amongst Our Trees, 6–8pm. Get a DEC Forester’s perspective on invasive species, from Emerald Ash Borer to Oak Wilt, that are threatening local landscape trees and forests. Talk will include some new threats on the horizon. $10. Registration required by March 22. CCE/GC

March 26–April 16: Beginner Watercolor Classes, four Tuesdays, 8:45–11:15am. Taught by professional artist Joan Saba. Per session: $17 members; $19 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

March 26–April 16: Intermediate Watercolor Classes, four Tuesdays, 5:45–7:45pm. For students with previous experience who would like to progress beyond the basics. Per session: $15 members; $17 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

F- March 30: Owens Falls Trek, 9–10:30am. Join Naturalist Mark Carra for an exploratory walk in search of signs of Spring at WNY Land Conservancy’s Owen’s Falls Sanctuary. All ages. Donations appreciated. Registration required. BMAC

March 30: The Science of Pruning, 10–11am. Learn about the process of pruning. Option to attend 2ndsession, Basic Pruning Practices(below). $10 this session; $15 both sessions. Registration required. LOCK

March 30: Basic Pruning Practices, 11:15am–12:15pm. Apply knowledge gained in The Science of Pruning(above) to basic pruning techniques. $10 this session; $15 both sessions. Registration required.LOCK

F- March 30–April 28: Spring Flower Exhibit & 4-H Farm, 10am–4:30pm. Over 22,000 bulbs on display, spring plants, metal sculptures. Included with admission. BECBG

March 31: Buffalo-Style Gardens, 1:30pm. Sally Cunningham will introduce her new book, Buffalo-Style Gardens, co-authored with Jim Charlier. Books will be available for purchase. $10. Registration required. LOCK

April 3–24:Beginner Watercolor Classes, four Wednesdays, 5:45–8:15pm. See description under March 26. Per session: $17 members; $19 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

April 4: Lunchtime Garden Talk – Composting Basics, 12:15–12:45pm. Bring your lunch. Free. CCE/GC

April 4: Tree Selection for Any Condition, 1pm. Dr. Nina Bassuk will discuss site assessment, soil remediation strategies and appropriate plant selection to make the best choice for any site. $45. Registration required. Draves Arboretum, 1821 Sharrick Road, Darien. 585-547-9442; dravesarboretum@rochester.rr.com.

April 4: Awesome Plants for Shady Sites, 6–8pm. Learn about a variety of foliage plants that can be used with or in place of hostas and pachysandra. $10. Registration required by March 29. CCE/GC

April 4: Proven Winners Series Part 1 – Annuals, 6:30pm. Valerie Rollins of Four Star Greenhouses in Michigan will explain how Proven Winner annuals are grown and selected for hardiness, bloom size, color and longevity. Learn what is new for 2019. $10 this session; $18 both sessions (see April 25). Registration required. LOCK

S- April 5: Deadline – Great Plant Sale Pre-Order. Place orders online at buffalogardens.com. Pick up at Great Plant Sale, May 16–18. BECBG

April 6: Refresh, Restyle & Reimagine Your Home’s Curb Appeal, 10:30am. Beth Henesey will present tips and advice on how to make the front of your home more welcoming. $10. Registration required. LOCK

April 6:Woods Walk – Nature Guide’s Choice, 1pm. Free. No registration required. REIN

April 6: Wildlife & Native Gardening, 2pm. Presented by Ken Parker, PUSH Buffalo. Location: GGWNY, 30 C. Essex Street, Buffalo. Free. Registration required. URB

April 7: Kokedama Ball Workshop, 1:30pm. Kokedama is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows. Participants will each make one to take home. $40. Registration required. LOCK

April 12: Taste of Paradise, 6–9pm. Enjoy a retro Hawaiian party with hors d’oeuvres, open bar, live music, raffle and more. $40 members; $45 non-members. After April 1: $50 all. BECBG

April 13: Towering Violas, 10:30am. Participants will fill a terra cotta strawberry jar planter with fresh violas to take home and enjoy for the spring months. $45. Registration required. LOCK

April 13:  Belle’s Garden Walk & Talk, 11am–12:30pm. Join Martin House Horticulturist Nellie Gardner in celebrating Isabelle Martin’s 150th birthday. Participants will take a walk in the garden, learn pruning tips for Spring & enjoy tea and cupcakes in the education center. $20 members; $25 non-members. Registration required. Martin House, 143 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo. 716/856-3858; martinhouse.org. 

April 13: Mushrooms, 2pm. Presented by Richard Price. Location: MAP Farmhouse, 387 Massachusetts Avenue, Buffalo. Free. Registration required. URB

April 15 or 16: Fresh Spring Floral Arrangement, 6pm. Participants will create a fragrant display for home or holiday table. Materials included. $35 members; $40 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

April 16: Kitchen Gardens, 6–8pm. Explore the history of kitchen gardens as well as ideas on how to incorporate one into your landscape. $10. Registration required by April 12. CCE/GC

April 16: Easter Blooming Planter, 6:30pm. Create a planter filled with fresh spring flowers. Presented by Mary Trifunovic. $45. Registration required. LOCK

April 17:Senior Stroll, 10am. Leisurely guided walk through the woods. Adults only. Free. Registration required. REIN

F- April 20: Akron Falls Hike, 10–11:30am. Join Naturalist Mark Carra for a stroll along Murder Creek to explore the flora and fauna that call the area home. Meet: Buell Drive (Route 93), Parkview Drive entrance. All ages. Donations appreciated. Registration required. BMAC

April 20: Woods Walk – Spring Things, 1pm. Guided nature walk through the woods. Free. No registration required. REIN

April 20: Birds & Brews at Buffalo RiverWorks, 6–8pm. Gather info on bird-friendly plants and ideas on how to incorporate them into your backyard, porch or patio. Buffalo RiverWorks, 359 Ganson Street, Buffalo. BMAC

April 23–May 14:Beginner Watercolor Classes, four Tuesdays, 8:45–11:15am. See description under March 26. Per session: $17 members; $19 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

April 23–May 14:Intermediate Watercolor Classes, four Tuesdays, 5:45–7:45pm. See description under March 26. Per session: $15 members; $17 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

April 25: Fun with Compost!, 6–8pm. Class will cover 2 methods of turning vegetable scraps into plant food: the traditional method of creating a pile outdoors or by using worms indoors. $10. Registration required by April 19. CCE/GC 

April 25:Proven Winners Series Part 2 – Perennials, 6:30pm. Walters Gardens will discuss the growing practices and diligence that goes into producing many of the Proven Winner perennials. $10 this session; $18 both sessions (see April 4). Registration required. LOCK 

April 25 or 26: Beginning Bonsai Workshop, 6–9pm. Participants will fashion a live bonsai tree while learning about the art, techniques and styles of bonsai. Presented by Buffalo Bonsai Society. Materials included. $75 members; $80 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

April 26: Arbor Day Tree Tours, 12:30pm or 2pm. Informal tour will include the basics of tree identification. Meet: front entrance. Rain or shine. Free. BECBG

F- April 27: Escarpment Exploration, 10am–12pm. Join Naturalist Mark Carra for a hike into the Niagara Escarpment Preserve containing 21 acres of mature hardwood forest and 10 acres of grassland. All ages. Donations appreciated. Registration required. BMAC

April 27–28: Home, Garden & Outdoor Show. Presented by Orleans County Chamber of Commerce. Location: 4-H Fairgrounds, Route 31, Albion. $3. 585/301-8464; orleanschamber.com.

May 1–5: Buffalo Cherry Blossom Festival. Musical performances, Taiko drummers, pink boat rides, vendors, crafts, origami, tea ceremonies and more. The Buffalo History Museum & Japanese Garden, One Museum Court, Buffalo. buffalocherryblossomfestival.org.

May 1–22:Beginner Watercolor Classes, four Wednesdays, 5:45–8:15pm. See description under March 26. Per session: $17 members; $19 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

May 2: Lunchtime Garden Talk – Hell Strip Plantings, 12:15–12:45pm. Bring your lunch. Free. CCE/GC

S- May 4: Spring Bulb Sale, 8am. Choose from a variety of bulbs pulled from the spring exhibit. Location: garage behind Botanical Gardens. $10 per bag (provided); limit 3 bags per person. BECBG

F- May 4: Fairy Garden Make-It Take-It, 9:30am or 2pm. Participants will use found and natural materials to create their own unique miniature garden. Container, soil and plants included. $15 members; $20 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

May 4: Earth Day in May – I Love My Park Day, 10am–1pm. Volunteer to help tend Reinstein Woods’ trails. Scout groups and other organizations welcome. Refreshments provided. Registration required. REIN

F- May 4: Fairy and Gnome Festival, 10am–4:30pm. Fairy-themed crafts & activities, magic shows, balloon animals, music, scavenger hunt and more. Included with admission. BECBG

May 4: Cold Season Container Garden, 10:30am. Plant a container featuring spring pansies to take home. Presented by Marge Vogel. $40. Registration required. LOCK

May 4:Woods Walk – Insects in Spring, 1pm. Guided walk to search for insects that are out in the early spring season. Free. No registration required. REIN

F- May 4: Gardening for Migrating Monarchs, 2:30pm. Learn what a monarch butterfly waystation is and how to make one. Learn ways to provide habitat for butterflies and other wildlife and register your garden on a nationwide map. For adults and children age 12 and older. Free. Registration required. REIN

T- May 4: Tulip Hunt. Follow the provided map containing locations for tulip viewing, when done take your hunt card back to the starting site to receive a prize. Maps: 10am–12pm, Black Rock Historical Society, 1902 Niagara Street, Buffalo. brralliance.org.

May 4–5: African Violet Show & Sale, Saturday, 12–5pm; Sunday, 11am–3:30pm. Presented byAfrican Violet & Gesneriad Society of WNY. Walden Galleria, 1 Walden Galleria, Buffalo. judyoneil1945@gmail.com.

May 11: Hypertufa Container, 9am or 1pm. Create a unique planting container from a mix of peat moss, Portland cement and perlite that can be molded into any shape. $25 members; $30 non-members. Registration required. BECBG

May 11: Basic Tree Identification, 1–3pm. One-hour classroom instruction of  ID techniques followed by outdoor hands-on learning. Instructors: William Snyder & Thomas Draves. $15 members; $30 non-members. Registration required by May 6. Draves Arboretum 1821 Sharrick Road Darien. dravesarboretum@rochester.rr.com.

May 11: Pollinator Garden – Beyond Bees & Butterflies, 2pm. Presented by Grazing Buffalo. Location: MAP Farmhouse, 387 Massachusetts Avenue, Buffalo. Free. Registration required. URB

May 14: Container Planting Workshop, 6pm. Create your own unique container garden using a selection of annuals. Presented by Marge Vogel. $45. Registration required. LOCK

May 15:Senior Stroll, 10am. Leisurely guided walk through the woods. Adults only. Free. Registration required. REIN

 

SAVE THE DATE

S- May 16–18: The Great Plant Sale. BECBG 

F- May 17: Dollar Day, 10am–4:30pm. $1 admission. BECBG

S- May 18: Spring Garden Gala, 10am–1pm. Plant sale featuring indoor & outdoor plants, geraniums, auction, free soil pH testing. Presented by Genesee County Master Gardeners. CCE/GC

May 18:Woods Walk – Nature Guide’s Choice, 11am. Free. No registration required. REIN

May 18: Square Foot Gardening Method, 2pm. Presented by Caesandra Seawell. Location: Tyler Street Community Garden, 73 Tyler Street, Buffalo. Free. Registration required.URB

May 18: Beekeeping 101, 2pm. Presented by Andrea Kuettel & Erin Masterson Hoklo. Location: MAP Farmhouse, 387 Massachusetts Avenue, Buffalo. Free. Registration required. URB

May 25: Surviving White-Tailed Deer, 10:30am. Learn facts and myths about white-tailed deer and how to keep them from destroying your landscape and gardens. Adults only. Free. Registration required. REIN



June 1: Odyssey to Ithaca Day Trip. Join UGJ staff as we travel by motor coach to tour the Ithaca region. Highlights include a visit to Cornell Lab of Ornithology; shopping at a variety of nurseries including Baker’s Acres and Cayuga Landscape; wine tasting and more. Lunch included. $82. Registration required. Please call to reserve your seat: 716/432-8688; 585/591-2860. Upstate Gardeners’ Journal, 390 Hillside Avenue, Rochester, NY 14610. upstategardenersjournal.com.


 

S- June 1: Friends of Kenan Plant Sale, 10am–3pm. Presented by Friends of Kenan Herb Club. Rain or shine. Kenan Center for the Arts, 433 Locust Street, Lockport. 716/433-2617; kenancenter.org/affiliates.asp.

June 1–2: Bonsai Show, 10am–4:30pm. Displays, demonstrations, items for sale including starter plants & containers, raffle. Presented by Buffalo Bonsai Society. Included with admission. BECBG

S- June 7: Lancaster Garden Club Plant Sale, 12–7pm. Lancaster Senior Center, 100 Oxford Avenue, Lancaster. 716/685-4881. 

T- June 15–16: Lewiston GardenFest, 10am–5pm. Open gardens, speakers, demonstrations, vendors, container garden contest. Center Street, Lewiston. lewistongardenfest.com. 

June 29–30: Garden Art Sale. Garden- and nature-themed artwork suitable for display indoors or in the garden including sculpture, planters, metalwork, paintings, architectural remnants and more. No plants. BECBG

July 13: Samuel P. Capen Garden Walk, 10am–4pm. Self-guided in the neighborhoods surrounding the University at Buffalo South Campus in Buffalo, Amherst & Eggertsville. Rain or shine. Free. Facebook; ourheights.org/gardenwalk.

July 13: Capen Garden Walk by Night, 8–10pm. Evening portion of Samuel P. Capen Garden Walk(above). Rain or shine. Free. Facebook; ourheights.org/gardenwalk. 

T- July 13–14: Hamburg Garden Walk, 10am–4pm. Self-guided. Maps & vendors: Memorial Park Band Stand, corner Lake & Union Streets. Rain or shine. Free. hamburggardenwalk.com.

T- July 13–14: Lockport in Bloom, 10am–4pm. Enjoy over 2 dozen gardens. Rain or shine. lockportinbloom.com.

T- July 19–20:  Ken-Ton Garden Tour – Night Lights, 8:30–11pm. See the gardens illuminated at night. Self-guided. Free. kentongardentour.com.

T- July 20–21:  Ken-Ton Garden Tour, 10am–4 pm. Self-guided. Free. kentongardentour.com.

T- July 27–28: GardenWalk Buffalo, 10am–4pm. Self-guided. Free shuttle buses available. Free. gardensbuffaloniagara.com.

T- August 2–3: Northwest Buffalo Tour of Gardens & Starry Night Garden Tour. Friday & Saturday, evening garden tours; Saturday, day-time garden tour. brralliance.org.

September 7: Fall Garden Fair. LOCK

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

marie jusko March 24, 2017 at 1:54 pm

Will there be an African violet show and sale at the Galleria Mall this year ?

Regards,
Marie

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cathym March 24, 2017 at 2:38 pm

Hi Marie-
Yes! Here is the calendar listing as shown above:
May 6–7: African Violet & Gesneriad Show & Sale, Saturday, 12–6pm; Sunday, 10am–4pm. Judged show & sale presented by African Violet & Gesneriad Society of WNY. Walden Galleria Mall, 1 Walden Galleria, Buffalo. judyoneil1945@gmail.com.

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pam February 7, 2016 at 2:24 pm

I am wondering if there is a website for garden club craft shows? I make garden flowers from old dishes and I wanted to get applications

thank you for any help you can offer

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janem March 24, 2017 at 2:42 pm

I don’t know of any—so sorry. I would contact the Federated Garden Club and see if they have some sort of chapter directory. —Jane

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