September 8, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Tri-Main Center
part of a series on Compassion
About the speaker
Growing up in Central, New York was a lot like living in a closet, but with a great view. At 18, Tina Dillman went off to college to find herself and to see what the world had in store for her. She has lived in various parts of the country, California being her favorite, and has traveled outside the US borders. She hopes to live her last years in Mexico, along the Pacific coast, in a pueblo hut that has a thatched roof that sits right on the beach, so she can always hear the sound of the ocean, and feel the sand beneath her feet. Here, she would continue with her childhood fascination of collecting seashells and read as many books as her eyes would permit.
Tri-Main Center is a 575,000 square feet, 6-floor mixed-use facility. With over 100 companies and steadily growing, Tri-Main Center is cultivating Buffalo’s creative community.
Elmhurst is a line of gluten-free, vegan nutmilks that are available in four varieties: Almond, Hazelnut, Walnut and Cashew. Elmhurst’s Milked Almonds, Milked Cashews, Milked Hazelnuts, and Milked Walnuts nutmilks contain up to four times the nuts of other leading brands and are made using only whole, raw ingredients, never pre-processed industrial pastes. We are proud to be a local product made in Elma, NY which you can buy locally or order online at elmhurst1925.com.
Current Hospitality Group has been serving the Greater Buffalo area since 2009, owned and created by local hospitality guru, Amy McCarthy. This hospitality group includes Current Catering which offers fine catering services and The Lunch Box, which has three cafe locations in Buffalo and offers corporate catering services. The guiding philosophy behind CHG is simple; integrity of ingredients, sustainability and great customer service with a strong emphasis on being a responsible social steward.
☔️ Find us inside at the Tri-Main Center lobby, just around the block from People’s Park.
🚘 Public transportation is super easy to this location, but, if you must drive, please park along the streets or in the overflow visitor lot on Brewster.