Monday, December 29, 2008

Three Tours on Tuesday!

. . . and two tours on Wednesday! Visit BuffaloTours.org for information about each.


In other news, Heart of the City Neighborhoods is looking for volunteers to help with neighborhood renewal projects, office work, journalism . . . you name it! "Whether you have a just a bit of time to devote, or the inclination to become involved on an on-going basis, there may be a task on the list that suits your interest and availability," said coordinator Susan Peters. "If you are presently a student, there are also some ‘biggies’ that could become independent study projects." Go to HOCN.org for forms and information.


Also, the Buffalo International Film Festival (BIFF) will begin to hold bi-monthly meetings. If you'd like to participate, E-mail BIFF to RSVP.

2 comments:

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Nam Dương said...

Myanmar is famous for it beautiful temples, fresh air or the romantic beauty of nature and the friendly locals. In your Burma trekking, temples may be the must-do destinations. And the style of temples is changing from this city to another city. If you come to Bagan you can have a chance to deep yourself in the ancient beauty, and peaceful atmosphere in here. The temples in here are plain, and most of them were constructed by red brick. Not far from Bagan, Mandalay is also a city where many temples are located. But the temples in Mandalay will give you a different feeling, you can feel the dedication of incised pattern on the temple’s walls, or the temples are more colorful, not the same as the red brick color of temples in Bagan.