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ECHDC Announces Grants for 2013 Buffalo River Programming

The waterfront is coming alive with each passing summer season. We’ve see advancements at the Inner Harbor, the Outer Harbor, parks along Black Rock Channel, the Erie Basin Marina, and of course The Buffalo River. To add to the momentum, the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation (ECHDC) has announced a chunk of funding that will [...]

ECHDC Announces Grants for 2013 Buffalo River Programming2015-12-10T16:29:06-05:00

Come on down to the waterfront

Theater, music, film and art are among the more than 500 events planned along Canalside and the Buffalo River For many years, the most popular events of Buffalo’s hyperactive summer culture have been held in certain expected places: It’s a given, for instance, that crowds will flock weekly to the grassy median at Elmwood Avenue [...]

Come on down to the waterfront2015-12-02T12:04:42-05:00

ECHDC Launches Summer Programming on the Buffalo River/Ohio Street Corridor

(WKBW release) The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation on Wednesday joined with Congressman Brian Higgins, Margaret Overdorf of the Valley Community Association, Tod Kniazuk of the Western New York Arts Services Initiative, entrepreneur Mark Goldman and representatives from Neto Hatinakwe Onkwehowe and the Hispanic Youth Music Project to launch the first season of summer programming along [...]

ECHDC Launches Summer Programming on the Buffalo River/Ohio Street Corridor2015-12-01T13:06:36-05:00

Programming Proposals Sought for Buffalo River Corridor

The Arts Services Initiative of Western New York today announced a Request for Proposals (RFP) for assisted programming along the Buffalo River between May 26 and October 31, 2012. A total of $82,500 is available to qualified organizations and individuals to conduct programs and events at several sites along the River corridor… Buffalo Rising, April [...]

Programming Proposals Sought for Buffalo River Corridor2015-12-01T14:22:39-05:00

Initiative targets Buffalo River land

A long-dormant slice of land along the Buffalo River will come alive with cultural activity this summer thanks to a new initiative by the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corp. to build the area into an entertainment and leisure destination. By Colin Dabkowski, NEWS ARTS CRITIC, The Buffalo News, Published: April 7, 2012, 12:00 AM Initiative targets [...]

Initiative targets Buffalo River land2015-12-01T14:23:11-05:00
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