M&T First Fridays

Today, March 1, is the perfect day to explore the museum because it is M&T FIRST FRIDAY! From 10 am to 8 pm it’s Pay-What-You-Wish admission with live music, drop-in artmaking activities, a community insights discussion, a film screening, and the opening of “Sin Wai Kin: It’s Always You.”

View the full schedule of events at buffaloakg.org/mandtfirstfridays.

Coldwave Music Festival

Coldwave Music Festival will take place on Saturday, March 2nd at Town Ballroom! Featuring Free Music Party, Pr0 Social, Johnny and the Man Kids, Miss Cactus, Mailli, Mother of Earl, Stinlo and the High Tides, Sekou, Rosai, Neftali, Hanarlo, and Nor.th Star!

Click the link below to purchase tickets!

Winter Festivus

Join us for Winter Festivus at Buffalo RiverWorks on Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and enjoy shopping with 80 local vendors and artisans just in time for St. Patrick’s Day and Easter!

Bring the kids and go ice skating with characters, enjoy curling, food, drinks and more! We can’t wait to see you there!

Admission is free.

CBW Comedy Night

Join us on March 1st for our 7th Street Comedy Night, with the one and only, Matt Bergman! $25 includes entry + one free CBW drink! Tickets will be available on Eventbrite and at the door.

Science After Hours: Eclipse

Grab a drink and get ready for the total solar eclipse on April 8! Join this adults-only night of celestial-themed activities and demonstrations with Museum staff and partners exploring all things eclipse. Pick up your free pair of eclipse viewing glasses and try a limited-edition eclipse-themed beer launched by Big Ditch Brewing.

St. Patricks Day Parade

Planning your St. Patrick’s Day in Buffalo begins with the Old Neighborhood Parade. Taking place in Buffalo’s famously authentic Old First Ward neighborhood, the parade marches past some of the city’s premier Irish pubs and taverns. But make sure to save some energy for Sunday’s big St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Join tens of thousands of spectators clad in green, white and orange as a procession of floats, cars and bagpipes make their way down Delaware Avenue from Downtown Buffalo.

This St. Paddy’s Day Parade will take place on March 17th, 2024.