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Easter is the first sign of spring (plus it’s an excuse to eat chocolate). There are a ton of cheap (and free) Easter events happening in Buffalo and Western New York between now and Sunday, April 5, 2015. There's even an adult Easter Egg Hunt at a winery.
It’s almost time for St. Patrick’s Day! And that means that regardless of your heritage, on March 17, it's time to put on your best green shirt and meet up with your friends at one of these Buffalo, Western New York Irish pubs.
The 22nd Annual “Old Neighborhood” St. Patrick’s Day Parade is scheduled for Saturday, March 14th and will kick off at 12 Noon. Since 1994, this parade has retraced the original 1913 route through the historic streets of the Valley and Old First Ward neighborhoods. It starts on South Park Ave
Buffalo's First Ward, located in South Buffalo, was the home to a large number of Irish immigrants in the 1800s, the industrial boom of the early mid-1900s and the decline of the industrial area in the 20th century and remains the hub of Buffalo Irish history today.
Explore the vast Irish heritage in Buffalo, NY, and the surrounding Western New York area! South Buffalo is known for its large Irish-American community. In fact the area is home to one of the highest concentrations of Irish Americans west of the Hudson River outside of Chicago. Most arrivals were recruited to work the steel mills, petroleum refineries, foundries, flour mills, auto factories and machine shops in the industialized area.
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