Buffalo Grazes

Portrait of Johnston Alumni

Johnston Alumni gather together for a Seattle Buffalo Graze.

What is a Johnston Buffalo Graze?

A Buffalo Graze gets Johnstonians from all over the country together for regional dinner parties organized around a theme. The goal is to bring roaming Buffalo together to share stories, reconnect, make new friends, and, of course, do some good. The idea for the Graze developed at a 2010 alumni event in the Bay Area. At that event, members of the Johnston community spoke about the desire for regional events to help keep connected to one another. What better way to connect with fellow Buffalo than around the pleasures of the table? Grazes can be small or large, but the important thing is that they help bring roaming Buffalo together for an evening of storytelling, nostalgia, updates, and relationship building.

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