We would like to sincerely thank Lowe's Home Improvement Store in Springville, NY for their generous donations to the Griffis Sculpture Park. For the second year in a row, they organized a volunteer crew from the store to help out with needed projects at the Park. Last Saturday, the Lowe's volunteer crew led by Park Director Damian Griffis painted the outside of the Gatehouse. Lowe's also donated the paint and supplies. Thank you, Lowe's!!!   Read more [...]
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Over 700 people attend Griffis Sculpture Park Summer Festival

It was an amazing day yesterday at the Griffis Sculpture Park Summer Festival with over 700 people coming out on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Attendees were treated to musical performances from The Observers, Sly Boots, The Folkfaces, Black Rock Zydeco and WorkingMan's Dead. There was ample time between music sets for guests to explore the park or enjoy some food and beverages. Most importantly, funds were raised that will go toward helping maintain the sculpture park. A special thank you goes out Read more [...]
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Griffis Sculpture Park’s 2nd Annual Summer Festival Will Feature a Day of Art & Music The Griffis Sculpture Park will celebrate a day of creativity at the second annual Griffis Sculpture Park Summer Festival on Sunday, August 17, 2014 from 12 noon to 6:30 p.m. Admission will be$10 for adults, 12 and under FREE. Gates open at 11:00 a.m. The event will feature musical performances from some of the region’s best musicians, tours of the park, children crafts and activities, artists creating Read more [...]
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On a gorgeous May day Cole Heath from Channel 7 news took the scenic drive down the 219 to Griffis Sculpture Park to meet up with Mark Griffis for an exciting interview highlighting the Park and its history. Please check out the below link to view the story:

Video: Buffalo’s Hidden Gem at Griffis Sculpture Park


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