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Tonight, Friday July 6th, the Olmsted Parks Conservancy will be hosting a War of 1812 Bicentennial Commemoration and concert in Delaware Park. The schedule runs from 5:45pm - 9:30 culminating with a performance of the 1812 overture (including the cannons) by the BPO, and a fireworks finale.
This coming Sunday, May 27th the Buffalo Marathon will be coming through Parkside once again.
The Buffalo Green Code is entering its second phase this spring with citizens, planners, and consultants turning their attention to the work of actually writing a new zoning ordinance that will shape Buffalo's regeneration in the 21st century. Mayor Byron W.
Preservation Buffalo Niagara is the local host organization of the National Preservation Conference being held in Buffalo Wednesday October 19 through Sunday October 22. There are many tours, events and exhibits planned for both registrants and the public interested in architecture, historic sites and historic preservation.
The Parkside Community Association wishes to express our shared disappointment with the Olmsted Conservancy and the City as a whole in regards to the recent defacement and vandalism at parks throughout Buffalo, including our very own Delaware Park. Over the weekend, vandals maliciously defaced the historic Marcy Casino, the Ivy Bridge, and snapped off the decorative top of the fountain at the rose garden.
The PCA would like to call on all concerned residents to attend a meeting regarding rezoning North Buffalo. While the existing zoning code was written in 1951, over the years it has been subjected to countless overlay districts, exceptions, and multiple layers of confusing restrictions. The "Green Code" project is seeking to implement a new, more consistent and understandable zoning approach City-wide, and needs your input.
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy' energy-efficient theatrical holiday lighting show in Delaware Park along Parkside Avenue opens to the public on Saturday, Dec. 11 and will run through the Jan. 16. The Parkside Lodge will be decorated and holiday treats will be available for sale from the Lunchbox Cafe to enjoy by the roaring fire along with live music. Horse drawn carriage rides will also be available. The show ends with a FLURRIOUS weekend Jan.
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy has announced an energy-efficient theatrical holiday lighting show in Delaware Park along Parkside Avenue. The Parkside Lodge will be decorated and holiday treats will be available for sale from the Lunchbox Cafe to enjoy by the roaring fire along with live music. Horse drawn carriage rides will also be available.