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 through today. It is a story of time, people, and place.”
Wednesday, March 30
6pm – 8pm
Company B Tasting Room
1250 Niagara Street – Buffalo
Lecture & Dinner/Drink 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, wine or kombucha. Enjoy coffee and warm apple cherry crisp for dessert. Plus great conversation!
Click the link to RSVP and pay online