Larkin Square Blog

Call for proposals for new holes for Larkin Links

By Leslie Zemsky  
February 10, 2016

Larkin Links is a nano-sized, artist designed golf course opened in 2015 at 763 Seneca Street in Larkinville.
The course was free and open to the public to play all season long.  Golf clubs, balls and score cards were on site for
players to use.

Larkin Development Group ( the owners of Larkin Square) is putting out an RFP for three new golf holes for the course. Proposals are due back by March 14, 2016 with winning holes being delivered and ready for play the first week of May, 2016.  The winning holes will be high on creativity and challenging to play!  To download the application and information details, click here.IMG_2946

Lauren Belfer returns to Larkin Square May 16th

By Leslie Zemsky  
February 08, 2016

May in Larkin Square means the return of beloved Buffalo author Lauren Belfer.  Since the founding of the Larkin Square Author Series in 2013, Lauren Belfer has graciously returned to Buffalo and Larkin Square each May to speak about her books, City of Light and A Fierce Radiance and to thoughtfully interview special guest authors and friends of hers, Elinor Lipman ( 2014) and Verlyn Klinkenborg (2015).

On May 16th, 2016 at 5:30 pm, The Larkin Square Author Series is pleased to welcome Lauren Belfer to speak about her newly published book, and After the Fire(HarperCollins, May 2016).

Her new novel,  Read More

Paintings by Sara M. Zak in the phone booth!

By Leslie Zemsky  
January 13, 2016

An exhibition of small paintings by artist Sara M. Zak opens in (716)GAL-LERY on Saturday January 30, 2016 and runs through the end of April.

The initial inspiration for this series of small oil paintings by Sara M. Zak was the gallery where they would be exhibited: (716)GAL-LERY, Buffalo’s smallest gallery, a phone booth inside The Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant & Brewery.  The paintings tell the story of calling up one’s artistic heroes on foreign pay phones, having said heroes answer via cool outdated communication devices, and then getting together for a drink and/or dessert to converse about all the nuances of painting. Read More

2nd Annual Larkinville Ice Festival

By Samantha Epps  
December 22, 2015

2nd Annual Larkinville Ice Festival
Saturday, January 30th, 2016, 11am-3pm

Winter is a time for fun and relaxation-especially in Buffalo! Help us kick off the winter season in Larkinville with family fun, live music, food & drink, culture, exercise and much more! Now in it’s second year,  the Larkinville Ice Festival is a neighborhood-wide celebration which features winter festivities at each of the following locations: Larkin Square, The Filling Station Restaurant, Hydraulic Hearth, Flying Bison, Larkin Center of Commerce, and Uncle Sam’s Army-Navy Outfitters.  Lunch  will be available at the Larkin Square Filling Station, serving, sliders, wraps and soups from 11am – 3pm, Bagels and Brooze Brunch, a collaboration with BreadHive Bakery and the Hydraulic Hearth will serving at the Hearth from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm.  Read More

Ann Hood returns to Larkin Square Author Series, Wednesday, December 16th, 2015

By Leslie Zemsky  
December 08, 2015

With the winter solstice around the corner, and the weather turning colder, folks crave curling up with their knitting projects and/or a good book, Ann Hood, the next Larkin Square Author Series speaker, satisfies both wants.  Ms. Hood returns to Buffalo from Providence, Rhode Island, on Wednesday, December 16th at 5:30 pm  to talk about her new novel, The Italian Wife, and the continuation of her popular series of essays on knitting, with the recently published book Knitting Pearls. Read More


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