Join us for an enlightening evening with Kerry L. Traynor, MARCH, MS Architectural History, founder of kta preservation specialists – a cultural resource management firm in Buffalo.
From Kerry, “The title encompasses the history of electricity, transportation, a female CEO and a working class neighborhood. It goes back to the battle for the terminus of the Erie Canal (quite nasty) through today. It is a story of time, people, and place.”
Wednesday, March 30
6pm – 8pm
Company B Tasting Room
1250 Niagara Street – Buffalo
Price – $50/pp
The event also includes a Farmers & Artisans rustic meal of a seasonal roasted vegetable focaccia sandwich, with or without maple glazed chicken, accompanied by cheese & ferments. Also two drink tickets for NYS craft beer, hard cider or wine. Enjoy coffee and warm apple cherry crisp for dessert.