Exhibitions & Events

Carnegie Art Festival: A Virtual Art Experience will be on view online from July 1- August 1, 2020. 

Browse & Purchase Original Art Online

For one month, we will host the “Carnegie Art Festival: A Virtual Art Experience” on our website where visitors can browse artwork, crafts and other handmade items created by artists from the comfort of your own home.
In lieu of an in-person art festival, we hope you join us online to browse, support and celebrate the arts!
A portion of the proceeds from this online event will also support the Carnegie Art Center. Thank you for your support!

 

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND VIEW THE FESTIVAL ON JULY 1!

North Tonawanda 4th of July Children’s Parade! 

July 4 at 10:30AM
Free to participate!

**Please note: This event will take place in compliance with the new Phase 4 guidelines set by New York State and will only take place if Phase 4 begins before July 4th as currently planned by Governor Cuomo.**

There will be no rain date.

Join us for North Tonawanda’s 4th annual 4th of July (socially distant) Children’s Parade!

The parade will start at Pine Woods Park on the corner of Niagara and Thompson at 10:30AM.

Kids are encouraged to decorate their bikes, strollers, wagons, etc.

The parade will go down Niagara Street and turn onto Goundry Street to end at the Carnegie Art Center located at 240 Goundry Street.

Families who march in the parade are welcome to participate in a few socially distant and safe activities on the lawn at the Carnegie Art Center. The parade and the lawn event are free for everyone.

*Please use the Facebook RSVP to let us know you are attending so we can provide enough space and fun for all.*

The lawn will be marked with social distance circles to adhere to the Phase 4 reopening plan set by New York State. Families are welcome to bring a blanket or chairs to sit within that circle and enjoy a few socially distant and safe activities on our lawn including a magic show and a “craft to-go” bag.

*This event is outdoors only.*
The Carnegie Art Center building will not be open to the public unless it’s an emergency.

Please wear a mask and social distance. Please stay home if you are sick.

We look forward to seeing you on the 4th of July!

Sponsored by: Legislator Richard Andres, Legislator Randy Bradt, Legislator Jesse Gooch, Mayor Art Pappas, City Clerk/Treasurer Matt Parrish, City Attorney Luke Brown, Alderperson(s) Donna Braun, Bob Pecoraro, Bob Schmigel, Austin Tylec, & Eric Zadzilka