Larkin Square Blog

Holiday Parties in the Filling Station

By Leslie Zemsky  
October 25, 2014

The Filling Station is now booking afterwork and weekend holiday gatherings! Now that the Larkin Square public events slow down for the colder months, its a great time to book your own party in Larkin Square.  If your party is held between 4 and 7 pm, Monday – Friday there is no rental fee.  Chef Stefan has cooked up a new menu for all kinds of parties…this is a great venue for an office, friends or family gathering.   Read More

Andrew Stott speaks at Larkin Square Author Series this week, October 22nd

By Leslie Zemsky  
October 18, 2014

Andrew Stott, author and Director of the honors college and Associate Dean for undergraduate education at UB, will be speaking at the Larkin Square Author Series on Wednesday, October 22nd at 5:30 pm at The Filling Station.

Andrew is the author of the new book The Poet and the Vampyre: The Curse of Byron and the Birth of Literature’s Greatest Monsters. Read More

Celebrate Halloween all month long at Food Truck Tuesdays!

By Leslie Zemsky  
October 03, 2014

Pumpkin Patch at Food Truck Tuesdays during October!

Becker Farm will be presenting a pumpkin patch in Larkin Square during Food Truck Tuesdays in October! Plan ahead to pick out and purchase a locally grown pumpkin while you are enjoying Food Truck Tuesdays. On the final FTT of the season, Oct. 28th, join us for ‘Truck or Treat” with the Food Trucks plus a pumpkin carving contest between the food trucks! Come in costume, judge the contest, celebrate fall at Food Truck Tuesdays!

Take a Historic Haunted Walking Tour through Larkinville!

By Leslie Zemsky  
October 03, 2014

Join author, storyteller and Haunted History Ghost WalksInc. founder Mason Winfield on Food Truck Tuesdays in October for the 2014 premiere of a spellbinding new tour of Larkinville. This fairly short narrated walking tour nearLarkin Square is dense with hidden, homegrown and long-forgotten mysteries: religious/spiritual visions, War of 1812 traumas, world-famous Spiritualist mediums, Native American legend, little known literary figures, and startlingly powerful haunted sites. Grab a bite and a sip and after take a walk on the dark side, Larkinville-style. 
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