Seneca Street Summer Reading Camp

A summer reading camp, sponsored by Seneca Street Community Development Corp., helps 80 children from the Seneca Babcock area in Buffalo maintain their reading and writing skills, with 65 volunteers from Duluth, Georgia and from Western New York.

11 Day Power Play Finale

The 11 Day Power Play, an nonprofit organization in Buffalo, hosted the world's longest hockey game again in 2018 to support cancer research. The play concludes with games featuring the top-fundraising teams, including Keller Technology Company, ROAR Logistics, and EA Big Red, and playing against teams featuring the Buffalo Sabres and Buffalo Beauts at HarborCenter.

Glen Park Art Festival

Crowds enjoy the 9th annual Glen Park Art Festival on Glen Avenue in Williamsville.

Pappy Martin Legacy's Masten Jazz Festival

The 23rd Masten Jazz Festival and accompanying festival visit at the grounds of the Buffalo Museum of Science.

Canal Fest Wraps Up Another Year

2018 Canal Fest of the Tonawandas takes place on both the North Tonawanda and City of Tonawanda sides of the Erie Canal.

East Side Garden Walk Preview

Free and self-guided, the inaugural East Side Garden Walk includes both residential and community gardens Forty-two gardens on Buffalo's East Side.

Independence Day at Canalside

Canalside hosts one of Western New York's biggest Fourth of July celebrations. Here's a look at who showed up to enjoy the holiday along Buffalo's waterfront.

Cradle Beach Carnival

Cradle Beach, the summer camp in Angola for children with special needs and children who are economically disadvantaged, celebrates its annual carnival.

Morty the Corpse Flower 'Opens Up' to the Public

The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens partially cut Morty the corpse flower open to show its female part opening prior to the male part.

The 16th Annual Spring Dairy Preview

Brooklyn Peters, 16, from Connoquenessing, Pennsylvania exhibits her dairy from at the 16th Annual Western New York Spring Dairy Preview at the Hamburg Fairgrounds. This year, over 300 head of cattle from throughout New York, Pennsylvania, Canada, Ohio and Michigan competed for over $3,000 in awards and premiums. The show’s goal is to provide a competition experience prior to showing at local county and/or state fairs this summer. The Western New York Spring Dairy Preview is sponsored by the Erie County Agricultural Society. Peters and her family, from Homestead Acres Dairy participates this year.