Broadway Market Celebrates Black History Month
Join the Broadway Market and the 125th Anniversary Celebration Committee as we Celebrate Black History Month, during the month of February.
On Saturday, February 16th, beginning at noon on the Market Stage, there will be a performance by The True Bethel Church Choir. At 12:30 pm the Broadway Market will come alive with The DAUGHTERS OF CREATIVE SOUND, an African American women’s drum and percussion ensemble who have performed in the WNY area and beyond since 2004. From Noon until 3pm, Kenneth Holley of ZAWADI Book Store will be at the Market to display and sell books (for adults and children), by and about Africans and African Americans. Zawadi is located at 2460 Main Street. Kenneth and his wife Sharon owned and operated Harambee Books and Crafts in Buffalo for 20 years.
For additional information and a complete list of vendors visit the market’s website at www.broadwaymarket.org or contact the market at 716-893-0705. The Broadway Market is located at 999 Broadway and is open every day 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, closed Sundays. Parking is available in the parking ramp attached to the market.
Since 1888, the Broadway Market has been know for unique products and personal services, with meat and poultry stands, produce, bakeries, candy stands and restaurants. Family-owned businesses passed from generation to generation, continue to create some of Buffalo’s best loved foods.
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