The team will meet each month at Belsito where they will pickup supplies then venture out for an hour of picking up litter along Hertel Ave. After the cleanup, volunteers will return to Belsito for drinks and food. Each monthly cleanup will be posted as an Event on NorthBuffalo.org’s facebook. Keep North Buffalo Beautiful!!!
Buffalo Rising has the latest on Carl Frizlen’s North Buffalo infill project. Read more here…
We’re hosting another mixer! This time we’ll be at Shadow Lounge on Hertel Ave. Come meet the people who have worked tirelessly to put on the new North Buffalo Farmers Market, and meet more of your neighbors. There will be drink specials and free appetizers. This is a FREE event open to the public!
North Buffalo now has it’s very own Farmer’s Market. When we asked the community what they would like to see in North Buffalo, a Farmer’s Market was among the top requests. After hard work and help from her volunteers, our Farmer’s Market Manager, Patricia Banning, was able to secure a home for the market and […]
Since we had such a great time at our first Happy Hour, we thought why not do it again?! We’ll be heading to Mes Que on Wednesday March 27th from 5-8pm. Now, what exactly goes on at these Happy Hours you may be thinking? Well, we casually discuss what we are working today and have […]
NorthBuffalo.org is hosting its very first Happy Hour on Wednesday, February 19th from 5pm-8pm. This is your chance to meet with your fellow North Buffalonians as they celebrate the launch of this new organization. NorthBuffalo.org is working to improve the North Buffalo community through beautifying the area, enriching the lives of residents, and boosting local […]
Residents in North Buffalo are rightly up-in-arms about the decision to move Dash’s Market from its current location on Hertel Avenue to a larger space over on Kenmore. This week, the neighborhood received more bad news when we learned that owner Joe Dash will not only close the store on Hertel, but that he also […]
Hello Neighbors, I’m Ryan. Since I moved to the North Buffalo neighborhood in 2010, I’ve been looking for ways to get involved in the community. I was hopeful when I found the North Park Community Association, but by the time I moved into the neighborhood the organization itself had all but disbanded. Since then, no other community […]