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Springville and surrounding area events

Sessions for Seniors

Attend a Medicare Plans Seminar today. Visit UniveraMedicare.com to learn more. Or call call 1-888-811-1253.

Speakeasy Toastmasters Club

You\'ll open up a world of new possibilities: giving better work presentations; leading meetings - and participating in them - more confidently; speaking more smoothly off the cuff; even handling one-on-one interactions with family, friends and colleagues more positively. Speakeasy generally meets at 7 pm on the first and third Mondays of each month at the Orchard Park Senior Citizen\'s Center located at 70 Linwood Avenue, Orchard Park, NY. We are an open club and guests are welcome anytime.

Music with Mar - Ms. Melissa

Bring your little ones ages 0-5 to enjoy this educational music and movement class every week. Class is $7 per family and no registration or weekly attendance required. Elma Methodist Church. Call Melissa 523-9120 with questions

Open Mic Night!

Every Wednesday starting @ 8pm! Open Mic w/ Jeremy Come show off your talent and get a chance to open for a National Act! $3.00 Stella & $1 RB Sliders served all evening! Here at: The Library 4224 Maple Rd @ Sweet Home Amherst, NY 14226

Yoga at the Gardens

March 5, 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7 5:30-6:45pm, $100 per 10 week session, $15 each individual class (Free to eligible BlueCross BlueShield members) Gentle hatha yoga, designed for all ages and fitness levels. Led by Leanne Oldenbrook from Crescent Moon Yoga. To register for one class or the session, contact Leanne at 716.864.1194, e-mail crescmnyoga@yahoo.com or go to www.cmyoga.com. Sponsored by: Mercy Hospital of Buffalo. Go to www.buffalogardens.com for more information.

Rachel

Arcangel Gallery Exhibit - *Included with admission Beautiful Buffalo - Twelve-year-old photographer Rachel sees the beauty in Western New York. She loves to take pictures of architecture and flowers. This show will focus on sites from around the Buffalo area, highlighting the Botanical Gardens. Go to www.buffalogardens.com for more information.

Spring Flower Show

10am-5pm - $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (55+) & Students (13+ with ID), $5 Kids 3-12, Members and kids under 3 are free! Don’t miss WNY’s favorite Easter tradition! The Gardens will be FILLED with spring colors and fragrances, Farmer Brown’s Animals will visit from 10am-4pm daily. Visit baby bunnies, chicks, lambs, goats, a donkey and more. The Easter Bunny will visit the Gardens April 12, 13, 18 & 19 from 11am-4pm. Sponsored by: M&T Bank, Buffalo Spree Magazine, Star 102.5 and Wendy’s. Go to www.buffalogardens.com for more information.

Rodney Taylor: Impure Abstraction

This survey exhibition of Rodney Taylor\'s paintings from the mid-1990s to the present day explores how the artist employs abstraction and metaphor to convey the experience of contemporary urban life and societal trauma. Produced through a dense combination of muted and lurid pigments mixed with clay, Taylor’s peeling and cracking surfaces are like human skin, worn sidewalks, or arid deserts. City streets, windows, crisscrossing tree limbs, or prison bars are frequent structuring elements in his work and he uses these abstracted grids to communicate the contrasting experiences of barriers and movement, as well as the interplay between lived realities and the interior imagination. His canvases and paper drawings are often exposed and vulnerable in places where the support is stained or left completely raw. Collage elements like old drawings or candy bar wrappers, shredded bits of the real world, often become ensnared in his painterly sagas. In the Middle Passage series from the mid-1990s bodies missing a variety of limbs emerge from somewhere deep inside the canvas. Drawn lines of tumbling comic book characters and other figurative elements tag the surface in his Hero series, sharing space with large amorphous forms that coalesce into human heads and reclining figures before they loose their tenuous grasp on figuration and recede back into an all-consuming abstraction. Buffalo-based painter Rodney Taylor has exhibited internationally. His work is in gallery, private, and museum collections, including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the collection of Bill and Camille Cosby. Educated at the Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York, Taylor was awarded the Camille Cosby Fellowship, and then attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He was a Milton Avery School of the Arts Fellow at Bard College. The UB Art Gallery, Center for the Arts is open Tuesday through Friday 11 AM to 5 PM; Saturday 1 to 5 PM. For information, please call 716-645-6913. The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will be on view in the first floor gallery through May 10, 2014. Please check our website for an updated events schedule at ubartgalleries.org The UB Art Gallery is located in the Center for the Arts on the North Campus just north of the I-290 on Millersport Highway. Traveling east or west on the I-290 take exit 5B to Millersport Highway North. Turn onto the campus at the Coventry entrance. As you enter the campus, the Center for the Arts is a high gabled white building directly ahead of you. After 3 PM weekdays and on weekends, parking is free and a permit is not required. During all other times, guests must park in metered spaces, visitor parking lots, or obtain a parking permit from UB Art Gallery staff. In order to obtain a parking permit, temporarily park in the circle in front of the Center for the Arts and see a gallery attendant inside.

IN HIGH FEATHER

During the month of February, New York-based artist Janelle Iglesias will be using the Lightwell Gallery in the UB Art Gallery, Center for the Arts as a studio, developing IN HIGH FEATHER, a site-specific project inspired by her recent travels throughout Bali, Raja Ampat and West Papua, Indonesia. The UB Art Gallery, Center for the Arts is open Tuesday through Friday 11 AM to 5 PM; Saturday 1 to 5 PM. For information, please call 716-645-6913. The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will be on view in the Lightwell Gallery through May 10, 2014. Through a Jerome Foundation Travel and Study Grant, the artist journeyed to the Arfak Mountains in search of the most sophisticated avian architecture on earth—the bower of the Vogelkomp bowerbird. To attract female mates, the males of the species demonstrate incredible construction prowess and astonishing aesthetics as they adorn their bowers with collections of a wide array of natural and manmade materials found in their immediate surroundings. Iglesias links her interest in the birds to her own practice–– in which familiar objects are poetically reconfigured into different mechanized systems, ecosystems, constellations or simple displays. Exploring how objects and materials carry meaning as well as our desire to find metaphor and order in the stuff around us, she is equally fascinated by the personal taxonomies of collections and the mind-boggling amounts of matter that is thoughtlessly thrown away. She describes collection and up-cycling as key parts of her practice as the materials and objects she uses contribute layers of meaning into the installations themselves. For Iglesias’ entirely new two-story installation in the Lightwell Gallery she will incorporate images and field recordings from her travels as well as materials sourced locally––such as discarded Christmas trees and cereal boxes.

Yoga Class

A to Zen Wellness is offering a weekly yoga class in the back of our store each week. Cost is $8 a class and space is limited so call 716-683-1741 to sign up or send us a message on our facebook page. You can sign up on a weekly basis or for a month at a time.

Anchorlines

For The Music Productions Presents: Anchorlines with: Flood Drinker, Scales, & A Rose Among Ashes! Wednesday, April 16th $7.00 pre-sale, $10.00 day of show All Ages (under 18 should be accompanied by a guardian) Doors open at 6:00pm For tickets, call: (716) 831-3271 or order online at: http://mapleentertainment.com/show.cfm?id=144238 --- Anchorlines: https://www.facebook.com/anchorlines Anchorlines comes from a place where times are tough, people are tougher, and the weather exhibits symptoms of ADHD. This five-piece metalcore outfit has made a name for themselves by working hard, making sacrifices, and dedicating themselves to their musicianship. Sometimes they give people inappropriate and remarkably unsexy lapdances, but mostly it\'s all that other stuff. Anchorlines have become renowned for their unique genre-blending style of metal and hardcore, powerful live performances, thought-provoking lyrics, and their unyielding commitment to being at Applebees at 9PM for half-off apps. Fans of metalcore who search for the passion, heaviness, and riffery that make the genre great will keep a close watch on this band for years to come. with special guests: Flood Drinker: https://www.facebook.com/FloodDrinker Scales: https://www.facebook.com/Scalesband1 & A Rose Among Ashes: https://www.facebook.com/AMONGASHES1234 --- Wednesday, April 16th $7.00 pre-sale, $10.00 day of show All Ages (under 18 should be accompanied by a guardian) Doors open at 6:00pm at: The Forvm Maple Ridge Plaza 4224 Maple Rd. @ Sweet Home Buffalo, NY 14226

Erie County Chamber Winds

The Erie County Chamber Winds, under the director of Rick Fleming, associate professor of music at SUNY Buffalo State, will perform on April 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Louis P. Ciminelli Recital Hall at Rockwell Hall. The professional wind ensemble performs traditional wind quintet repertoire as well as contemporary chamber wind works. General admission tickets are $10. Students are admitted for free, although a ticket is required through the Rockwell Hall box office. Purchase tickets at the box office, by phone at (716) 878-3005 or online.

Hudson Hank w/Lazlo Hollyfeld, Humble Braggers, Snowflake!

Orchestral/indie art rockers, Hudson Hank will perform in support of their debut LP, DayBreak (produced by Guy Berryman of Coldplay) on Wed. Apr. 16th at Tralf Music Hall with established local act, Lazlo Hollyfeld, and the Humble Braggers (EP release). Also performing, renowned producer, D. James Goodwin\'s solo project, Snowflake. $12 adv. $14 door. 18+

Sessions for Seniors

Attend a Medicare Plans Seminar today. Visit UniveraMedicare.com to learn more. Or call call 1-888-811-1253.

Plexus Slim Weight Loss Tasting Event

This is a weekly event where you can try Plexus Slim, an all-natural, once a day drink, that tastes like Crystal Light, that helps your burn fat all day without changing the foods you eat or adding exercise! Help by: Melissa O\'Grady, Independent Silver Ambassador

Plexus Slim, Weight Loss Free Tasting Party

This is a weekly event where you can try Plexus Slim, a once a day, all-natural drink that tastes like Crystal Light and helps you burn fat without changing the foods you eat or adding exercise! Free product giveaway every week! Takes place at Our Lady of Peace Church in Clarence! RSVP at website! Held by: Melissa O\'Grady: Independent Silver Ambassador

FISH FRY

FISH FRY AND OTHER ITEMS 4PM TO 8 PM EVERY FRIDAY

Karaoke!

Every Thursday starting @ 8:30pm! Karaoke with Segay! Come sing your favorite songs with new & old friends! $3 Shocktops & $.50 Wings served all evening! Here at: The Library 4224 Maple Rd @ Sweet Home Amherst, NY 14226

Rachel

Arcangel Gallery Exhibit - *Included with admission Beautiful Buffalo - Twelve-year-old photographer Rachel sees the beauty in Western New York. She loves to take pictures of architecture and flowers. This show will focus on sites from around the Buffalo area, highlighting the Botanical Gardens. Go to www.buffalogardens.com for more information.

Spring Flower Show

10am-5pm - $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (55+) & Students (13+ with ID), $5 Kids 3-12, Members and kids under 3 are free! Don’t miss WNY’s favorite Easter tradition! The Gardens will be FILLED with spring colors and fragrances, Farmer Brown’s Animals will visit from 10am-4pm daily. Visit baby bunnies, chicks, lambs, goats, a donkey and more. The Easter Bunny will visit the Gardens April 12, 13, 18 & 19 from 11am-4pm. Sponsored by: M&T Bank, Buffalo Spree Magazine, Star 102.5 and Wendy’s. Go to www.buffalogardens.com for more information.