2020 | June
An Alternative Workplace
Smoothie Happy Hour @ Kornerstone!
Juices, Sandwiches & Coffee
Kornerstone Cafe & Juice Bar, located off the lobby of the Larkin Center, is open for takeout Monday - Friday from 7a - 4p. On-the-go items such as cups of coffee may be purchased via walk in, but they ask that for any made to order items such as sandwiches and smoothies, you call ahead to place an order at 716.322.0237 or order online. Orders will be labeled and placed, at your request, at either lobby-side door or 703 Seneca side door of the cafe for “touchless” pickup.

Smoothie Happy Hour!
Kornerstone will be offering 50% off any smoothie purchased between 3pm-4pm every weekday through July 10!
Western New York & ConnectLife NEED YOUR HELP!
Blood Drive at the Larkin Center
ConnectLife needs your help saving lives in WNY! We are hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, July 1st from 12pm-4pm. With the COVID-19 Pandemic, it is more important now than ever to donate blood. Local hospitals count on the life-saving blood product. With just one blood donation, you can save up to 3 lives in WNY! Everything ConnectLife collects stays local, so you are guaranteed to save someone in your community! Please visit  www.connectlife.org to schedule an appointment for Wednesday, July 1st at the Larkin Center of Commerce, or any other blood drive in your area!

Help someone in need. Do your part. Be a Hero. Donate Blood with Connectlife.
Facility Operations
Food Truck Lunches
Visit Larkin Square
This summer, Larkin Square will be hosting food trucks on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during lunch. Tuesdays will be Flaming Fish & Wednesdays is Lloyd.

A Larkin Square staff member will be present to conduct routine sanitizing and cleaning during lunch.
The History of Larkin, from the Desk of Sharon Osgood
The Larkins, Their Nephew and Art; Who Nurtured Who in Their Interest in Fine Art?
From previous articles, we know that the Larkins were major players in the cultural world of Buffalo. But that had not always been the case. Neither John (JDL) nor his wife, (known as “Frank”) had been particularly educated about art nor had had much exposure to it. Their early years were focused on building the business and building their family.