Stitch Buffalo and Water Buffalo Club 716 to celebrate World Day of Cultural Diversity

Stitch Buffalo and Water Buffalo Club 716 will be celebrating World Day of Cultural Diversity on Tuesday, May 21, from 1pm to 4pm at Stitch Buffalo. The celebration will also recognize two additional pro Buffalo facets:

A new home for the makers of Water Buffalo Club 716 signature hats at Stitch Buffalo

The birthday of Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen

There’s a lot to be thankful for these days, as Stitch Buffalo settles into its new home at 284 Plymouth Ave, Buffalo, NY 14213 (corner of Connecticut Street).

“Join us for an afternoon of festivities and cultural exchange as we honor diversity, creativity, and community spirit. Don’t miss this opportunity to come together as a community to celebrate cultural diversity, craftsmanship, and the spirit of Buffalo.” – Water Buffalo Club 716

Highlights of the event include:

World Day of Cultural Diversity: Embrace the richness of Buffalo’s cultural tapestry by exploring handmade goods and honoring makers at Stitch Buffalo during AAPI Heritage Month. 

New Home for Water Buffalo Club Hat Makers: Tour the new workspace for the talented artisans behind the iconic Water Buffalo Club 716 hats. Meet some of the makers, learn about their craftsmanship, and discover the story behind these beloved Buffalo symbols.

Josh Allen’s Birthday Celebration: Join us in celebrating Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s birthday with a special tribute. Take your photo with a life-size Josh Allen standup, enjoy birthday cake, and help us sing a rousing “Happy Birthday” tune at the end of the event. 17% of all hat sales on Tuesday will go to the Patricia Allen Fund at Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. 

Signature Bills Hats and Cultural Merchandise: Shop a selection of signature Water Buffalo Club 716 hats, as well as Irish, German, and Polish hats representing Buffalo’s diverse heritage. 

This event is free, and all ages are welcome to attend.

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