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2020 NTC Picnic

Event Info

 

 

 

The New York State Troopers Police Benevolent Association will be hosting the 2020 National Troopers Coalition Picnic at Canalside in Buffalo, New York on Wednesday, September 9, 2020, it starts at 10:00 am and will go until 6:00 pm.

When

September 9th, 2020
10AM – 6PM

Where

Canalside
44 Prime Street
Buffalo, NY 14202

Food

Coffee and donuts will be available from 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Live DJ and Band, Axe Throwing, State vs. State Tug o’ War, Bean Bag Toss

Dinosaur BBQ, Buffalo’s Famous Teds Hotdogs, Additional Food Trucks

Refreshments

TRYIT Distributing offering beer and soft drinks

Organizer

New York State Troopers
Police Benevolent Association

Organizer
charleswmurphy@gmail.com

 

Tickets

Tickets: $75.00 before July 1st/$90.00 after

Click Here to purchase online or…

1. Go to www.nystapparel.com
2. Click “Shop Full Catalog” in the top right
3. Click on “PBA Member Info”
4. Enter passcode: NTC2020PICNIC

YOU MUST PRESENT STATE POLICE/HIGHWAY PATROL/STATE PATROL IDENTIFICATION UPON ENTRY INTO THE PICNIC

If you prefer to mail a check instead, please mail to this address:

NYS Troopers PBA
120 State Street
Albany, NY 12207

PARKING IS LIMITED

NFTA free trolley is available to transport all attendees from host hotels, as well as hotel shuttles by appointment.

Lodging

The Curtiss Hotel

210 Franklin Street
Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 954-4900
*Complimentary airport and local shuttle, valet parking and breakfast & Special Rates for NTC Picnic Guests, Hotel is reserved for event days

Hampton by Hilton

220 Delaware Ave
Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 855-2223
*Reduced parking fee and breakfast

Click Here to reserve online…

Vendors

Tables available for $40 each. No additional fee to be a vendor at this event. To request to be a vendor please contact us through one of the options below.

For more info contact:

Charles Murphy (organizer) at charleswmurphy@gmail.com
NYS PBA Store: nystrooperapparel@nystpba.org

One of the state’s most popular destinations

Canalside is at the heart of downtown Buffalo’s waterfront revitalization. Located at the 1825 terminus of the Erie Canal, the site’s storied history is just as exciting as its future! Canalside hosts hundreds of events throughout the year, many of which are free or low cost to the public. You’ll find concerts and festivals, summer fitness classes and ice skating presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York, children’s programming, history tours, and outdoor winter activities.

Dine. Workout. Concert. Skate. Revel. Chill. At Canalside, fun happens here!

Nearby Attractions:

The Boardwalk, Great Lawn, Central Wharf, Pierce Lawn, Dart Lawn, VIP Tent, Dunbar Lawn, Children’s Museum, The Beach, Canals, Pavilion View Details…

Canalside in Buffalo, New York

Canalside, formerly known as Canal Side and Erie Canal Harbor, is a master-planned neighborhood and festival marketplace within the inner harbor of Buffalo, New York. Envisioned as a recreation of the western terminus of the Erie Canal, Canalside is situated on the Buffalo River, where the area was historically home to the Seneca people.

In the early 20th century, the predominantly Italian area known as Dante Place and Canal Street was subjected to the forces of urban renewal, and the canals were filled in and dense neighborhoods were razed. The Buffalo Skyway, Buffalo Memorial Auditorium and Niagara Thruway took its place, with parking lots interspersed.

With the completion of Marine Midland Arena (now KeyBank Center) in 1996, the Memorial Auditorium stood vacant. Empire State Development Corporation created a master plan for an Erie Canal Harbor redevelopment project in 1999, which addressed developing parcels of land underneath the Buffalo Skyway. In 2004, a new plan was created, centered around the creation of historically-aligned canals and mixed-use development.

Several delays and controversies surrounding the planning, redevelopment and construction of the district drew reaction from the public, notably the inclusion of a flagship Bass Pro Shops store in 2007 that was later scrapped. The Memorial Auditorium was demolished by July 2009, and the land it occupied was subdivided into the historically aligned parcels from the 19th century, now known as the North and South Aud Block. Since 2010, the district has seen an uptick in construction projects and touring concerts and events. Projects completed or underway in the vicinity include LECOM Harborcenter adjacent to Main Street and Explore & More Children’s Museum on the South Aud Block.

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