SUBMIT YOUR PROGRAMMING IDEAS.
Hotel Henry’s borderless Urban Resort concept intersects with 100 Acres’ community atmosphere to create a variety of curated experiences, accessible to everyone, provided by you.
Do you have a program, class, or event to share with the community? Hotel Henry’s labyrinth of indoor and outdoor spaces has been designed with collaboration in mind; to provide memorable experiences for visiting guests and local friends. Hotel Henry has welcomed yoga and fitness classes, beer and liquor tastings, classes, readings, pop-up retail, and many more collaborations within the community. All ideas are welcome for consideration…think unconventional, whimsical and fun!
Hotel Henry’s curatorial programming team will select programs based on submissions that align with our standards. Before submitting an application, please take a moment to read some general information below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What programs might be selected for Hotel Henry and 100 Acres: The Kitchens at Hotel Henry?
Programs that use the uncommon indoor and outdoor spaces of the hotel and restaurant that entice exploration focusing on a variety of experiences from health & wellness, gardening, arts & culture, food & beverage, children’s programs and social events to music and so much more. All ideas are welcome for consideration…again, think unconventional, whimsical and fun!
What is the HOTEL HENRY HOLIDAY Market?
The Sunday Brunch & Market will allow for additional programming. The Sunday Brunch & Market will feature the sale of fresh & prepared foods alongside pop up retail. Buffalo vendors and creative programming will activate the many spaces of Hotel Henry and 100 Acres in an innovative way, so guests can find something new, different and unexpected each time they return. While vendor applications are closed, we are still accepting programming ideas.
Where are programs and events to be held at Hotel Henry & 100 Acres?
There are a variety of diverse indoor and outdoor spaces available to host programs and events. Once selected, our event curators will place you in the best location to showcase your program within the campus.
Is it possible to have a site visit to assist in the planning?
Yes. Group tours are currently available by appointment only. Contact Hotel Henry to get scheduled for a tour at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I know if my program or event is the right fit for Hotel Henry or 100 Acres: The Kitchens at Hotel Henry?
In order to collect a variety of unique experiences, each application received will be reviewed and considered by the curatorial team at Hotel Henry and 100 Acres.
Hotel Henry & 100 Acres are interested in programs and events that:
- can be of interest to an individual guest or group of guests at the Hotel in conjunction with the local community
- brings a following and/or creates a habit for folks to return regularly
- features Buffalo and Western New York arts & culture, including music, dance, visual art, theater, ethnic & cultural heritage, and architecture
- incorporates families and children
- promotes health and wellness
- incorporates seasonal culinary experiences and gardens
- could participate in The Sunday Brunch and Market at 100 Acres
- provides a “Story of Buffalo”
- explore any other ideas; something completely innovative?
The first step is to fill out the application. We’ll review the application and contact you as soon as possible.
What is the cost to host a program at Hotel Henry or 100 Acres: The Kitchens at Hotel Henry?
In order to facilitate programming that is accessible to everyone, Hotel Henry and 100 Acres will strive to keep costs minimal. The costs, if any, are specific to each program being scheduled.
Our main focus is collaborating with our neighbors. We strive to keep costs nominal. The cost, if any, is determined by the individual details of each program being scheduled. Any fees will be based on a number of factors and calculated prior to scheduling. Some factors include:
- whether the event is public or private
- whether the program is free or ticketed
- what needs or costs are imposed on our operations
- the duration of the event
- the size of the event
- how the program or experience relates to our community engagement mission