The middle of January is a time for getting back to normalcy. The hustle and bustle of the holidays and New Year’s celebrations are over. We settle back into the normal flow of work and recreation. Students at all levels return to regular schedules of school and extracurricular activities.
Last Friday, Invest Buffalo Niagara hosted several Canadian businesses at New Era Field for the first-ever outdoor game in the history of the World Junior Hockey Championships. The matchup pitted North American rivals USA vs Canada and the game lived up to its promised hype and then some.
Winter in Buffalo Niagara is a wonderland. It doesn’t keep us indoors, but rather, pushes us to conquer the elements, incorporating the snow and ice into our own fun activities. The seasonal range is one of the best perks of living in Buffalo Niagara.
If you are like our team, you’re probably finishing up holiday shopping (Or, like some of us, just starting. Whoops). Below is a list of some of our favorite spots in Buffalo Niagara. Many of these places produce handmade, gift-able items for every Buffalover here and beyond. Enjoy and don’t forget to tell us your favorite!
New York State recognizes the successes advanced manufacturing has brought the Buffalo Niagara region. The industry has great history in this region and has helped to shape the character of its people. They’re committed to sustaining that success and have dedicated expansive resources to bolster that sector of our economy. Several initiatives have spun out of the state’s historic and visionary Buffalo Billion:
Thanksgiving is a foodie's holiday and Buffalo Niagara is a foodie's region! Now that the turkey has been eaten and your kitchen has been cleaned, it's time to avoid the hastle and go out to dinner tonight.