Summer fun in store this weekend in WNY

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – This weekend is a festival-filled couple of days in western New York. No matter where you live, or what you’re interested in, there is plenty summer fun in store.

Here’s a look at some events to help you make the most of your weekend:

1) Garden Walk Buffalo will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Saturday and Sunday. Tour the more than 370 private gardens in downtown Buffalo’s historic neighborhoods and villages.

Garden Walk Buffalo
Saturday, July 26 & Sunday, July 27
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Featuring more than 370 gardens

2) The creativity will be flowing in Williamsville for the 5th annual Glen Park Arts Festival. More than 90 artists will display their work along Glen Avenue on Saturday and Sunday. Local musicians will add live entertainment to the mix.

5th Annual Glen Park Arts Festival
Saturday, July 26 & Sunday, July 27
Glen Avenue, Williamsville
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Featuring more than 90 artists

3) Turning to the southtowns now, Quaker Days are back in Orchard Park! Catch outdoor concerts, car shows, a chicken barbecue, outdoor movies, a 5-k run, and more. Find a full schedule of events at Everything O-P dot com.

Quaker Days Festival
Saturday, July 26 & Sunday, July 27
Various Locations

4) Main Street in East Aurora will make way for the Street Fest and Sidewalk Sale on Saturday. The this year’s event features more than 100 vendors, a chalk mural contest, and a special appearance by Sabres anthem singer Doug Allen.
The sidewalk sale runs from 9 to 4 and is sponsored by the Greater East Aurora Chamber of Commerce.

East Aurora Street Festival & Sidewalk Sale
Saturday, July 26
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Main Street, East Aurora

5) Live music will fill the historic village of Ellicottville for Jazz and Blues Weekend! The festival runs through Sunday with plenty of venues, from street-side performances to inside the district’s restaurants and nightclubs.

Jazz and Blues Weekend
Saturday, July 27
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