If you're looking to turn that New Year's Resolution to exercise more into a full-time habit, join us for the 2017 Spring Season of our Run in Public running club, in conjunction with Next Level Running.
This season will run from Thursday, March 9th to Thursday, April 27th and culminates in an optional 5K on Sunday, April 30th. This year, we're targeting as a goal race the 2017 Buffalo Run for Babies, which takes place on Buffalo's waterfront at 9:30am on the 30th.
First, if you're hesitant about committing to the full season, join us this Sunday, February 5th at 9:30am for a free group run and informational session at our shop in the Hotel Lafayette. For those attending, early bird pricing will be available for the full 8-week Spring season with the club.
Each Thursday, we meet at 6:15 am and beginner and advanced training plans will be provided and different length runs (1-5 miles) will be planned each week. Melina of Next Level Running will be on hand to moderate group runs and will be available to members for additional training advice and information.
In addition to 8 group runs and a professional training plan, membership will also get you a group t-shirt, weekly deals at our shop and more. If you can't attend this Sunday's free group run, Early Bird pricing is available through our website for the next 3 days. This is the only time the discount will be made available, so don't hesitate to pull the trigger!
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We hope you'll join us!
Ever wondered why your coffee tastes different when your favorite barista makes it, compared to when you prepare it at home? There are a ton of factors that can influence the outcome of the brewing process; everything from equipment, water temperature, coffee freshness and grind size to dosing, timing and human error. We've made a resolution in 2017 to highlight and educate on a variety of topics impacting coffee and espresso brewing methodologies through a series of Monday evening bar classes we've dubbed Assembly Nights.
We are constantly looking for ways to broaden our horizons while also looking for outlets to share our passion with others. So, we've developed Assembly Nights to help kick things off. Monday nights, beginning in February will be all about education and we want to invite you to be a part. Right now there are 8 classes lined up, covering a wide variety of topics related to coffee, espresso and more.
Classes are $15 each and will be moderated by our Head Roaster James and Head Barista Clinton at our shop in the Hotel Lafayette. Each tightly-focused class will be roughly 45 minutes to an hour long, with enough structure in place to move things along while also allowing a fluid dialogue and discussion throughout. They are also limited to 10 seats per class, so spaces won't last long.
Peek the upcoming schedule:
Head to our shop page to reserve your tickets now. If a class is sold out, don't worry, there will be future dates added, particularly on more popular classes.
Hope to see you there!