This year’s format for the NYS GeoSpatial Summit is a blended in-person and virtual watch party. Our section is planning to convene at the Dnipro Ukrainian Cultural Center on September 29th from 2 pm to 7 pm and will include dinner for members who are current with their dues ($20 for non-members) and a cash bar.
NYSGIS asked if we could assemble a 5 minute slideshow showcasing what we are working on. Please send us a screenshot of one of your notable projects with brief descriptions that we could add to the presentation.
Thursday, June 9, 2022
4pm to 8pm
Chestnut Ridge County Park Commissioner’s Cabin | map
6121 Chestnut Ridge Rd, Orchard Park, NY 14127
Come join the WNYGIS community at Chestnut Ridge Park for an afternoon of food, drinks and catching-up with your GIS colleagues.
Food will be provided, bring along whatever you would like to drink (no glass bottles please). While there is plenty of seating inside for everyone, bring your own chairs for outdoor seating.
Register for the event.
Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you there.
Thursday, DECEMBER 12th 2019
6pm to 8pm
Thin Man Brewery
166 Chandler St., Buffalo, NY 14207 | map
Questions to Sarah Gatti at: email@example.com
$10.00 Members | $20.00 Non-Members
Pay Online or at the Door | Cash, Check, & Credit Cards Accepted
Checks payable to ASCE Buffalo Section
Going to miss the WNYGIS Users Group Jingle Mingle on December 5th? We’ve partnered with our friends at the local APA and ASCE groups for a happy hour on December 12th as well.
Where: Meals on Wheels for WNY (FeedMore WNY)
100 James E Casey Drive, Buffalo, NY 14206 | map
Wednesday November 13, 2019
1 pm- 4 pm
Catherine Schick, Lauren Picone, Ashley Yeardon | FeedMore WNY
Routing logistics used by Meals and Wheels and the Food Bank programs to distribute perishable and non-perishable food in WNY
Meg Wilkinson | NYSDEC
iMap 3 – Invasive species mapping | Presentation Slides
Raj Patil | Lucity
Optimizing Infrastructure Management Through Geospatial Solutions
An optional 15-minute tour of the Meals on Wheels commissary kitchen is included!
Participants must wear close-toed shoes, and will be asked to put on a lab coat and hairnet.
Mappy Hour (Networking and Social Event): Hydraulic Hearth
716 Swan Street, Buffalo, NY 14210| map
4:30 pm – 7 pm
Get your tickets here: http://wnygis-day2019.bpt.me
- Students (with valid School ID) – Free
- Professionals – $5
Door prizes include ESRI Single Use ArcGIS Licences and Amazon Gift cards.
Students looking to find internships are encouraged to bring copies of their resumes for distribution to our sponsors.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22
The Tewksbury Lodge @ Buffalo River Fest Park
249 Ohio St., Buffalo, NY 14204 | map
5:30pm – 11:00pm
Purchase Tickets Here
- Adult (Members) 18+, $20
- Students 18+, $20
- Adult (Non-Members) 18+, $25
- Adult (At the door) 18+, $30
- Children (12-17) w/parent, $5
- Children (under 12) w/parent, Free
The Western New York GIS Users Group would like to invite you to the Buffalo River Fest park for a fun evening of conversation, food, and drink. The Buffalo River Fest Park and its Tewksbury Lodge is situated on the east shore of the Buffalo River along Ohio St. It is a three-acre park hosting year round public access to the Buffalo River and features wonderful views of the historic grain elevators and the remaining industrial powerhouses that called Buffalo home.
The event is open to all. If you want to learn more about the WNY GIS Users Group, GIS/mapping, GIS and related technology, or just want to have a great time, this is the place to be. The Buffalo River Fest Park also features a number of amenities including a boat launch, a wharf, a boardwalk, and an amphitheater.
Sorry folks. Due to low registration, the WNYGIS User Group meeting scheduled for April 11, 2019 @ Sweet_ness 7 Cafe is being canceled. Please mark your calendars for our summer social on August 22.
Where: Sweet Ness 7 Cafe.
220 Grant St, Buffalo, NY 14213 | map
Thursday, April 11, 2019
5 pm – 7 pm
Get your tickets here: https://wnygiss19.bpt.me/
- Speakers are being lined up with a focus on Climate Change, Invasive species and alternative energy.
Happy Hour to follow at The Tabernacle which is next door to the Sweet Ness 7 Cafe.