Have you ever thought that it might be nice to learn something about Buffalo during your lunch break? Instead of just sitting there at your computer, surfing for whatever it is that you surf for… day after day. Thanks to the Working for Downtown (WFD), you can catch up on a bunch of important local issues instead of clicking away on your mouse. The organization WFD is in the business of helping to revitalize Downtown Buffalo by offering educational components as well as by providing inner-connectivity and support within the business community.
The Brown Bag Lunch Series is free to the public and takes place at the Central Library at noon on specified dates. Each season there is a different theme. This year the concentration is on “various ways that Buffalo is improving and growing.”
The full schedule is as follows:
February 6th: June Crawford, Co-Chair, Wright on the Road program
Topic: The Graycliff Estate: Wright on the Lake
March 6th: Donna Fernandes, President & CEO, Buffalo Zoo
Topic: Buffalo Zoo Update
April 3rd: Anthony Bannon, Executive Director, Burchfield Penney Art Center
Topic: Burchfield Penney Art Center Update
May 1st: Mary Roberts, Executive Director, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin House Complex
Topic: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin House Complex
*While the events are free, RSVP is required. Attendees can bring their own lunch, or pre-order a box lunch from Fables Café for $10.00. The Buffalo & Erie County Public Library is located at One Lafayette Square and for more information, visit www.workingfordowntown.org.