Rotary of Buffalo Duck Derby

WHAT?

Buffalo Rotary DUCK DERBY

WHEN?

Saturday, September 11, 2021

TIME?

Duck race starts at 4:15pm
 

WHERE?

Bridge to Liberty Hound @Canalside • Buffalo

COST?

FREE to attend
• Duck/$5 donation each
• 6 ducks/$25
• 13 ducks/$50
• 25 ducks/$100
 

PRIZES?

First $250 • Second $125 • Third $75

ADOPT NOW!  

Rotary of Buffalo Duck Derby
 

ADOPT NOW! The Rotary Club of Buffalo is quackers about ducks! Rubber ducks that is. With your $5 donation to adopt a racing rubber duckie, YOU have the opportunity to cheer on your little quacker racing for the finish line AND help raise money for our community.

Get your ducks in a row for the Buffalo Rotary Duck Derby at Canalside in Buffalo on Saturday, September 11, 2021. Race time is 4:15 PM when our tiny but might ducks launch from the bridge to Liberty Hound and race down the Commercial Slip to the finish line. And, yes, we have prizes, too!

Get your ducks in a row for the Buffalo Rotary Duck Derby fundraiser at Canalside in Buffalo on Sunday, August 11, 2019.  Feathered festivities start at 11:30 a.m. – fun family activities provided by the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library’s Library on Wheels bookmobile. . And, yes, we have prizes, too!

Your donation to the Buffalo Rotary Duck Derby allows you to adopt a duck. The cost is $5 for one duck. You can adopt as many ducks as you like!

 Your donation to the Buffalo Rotary Duck Derby allows you to adopt a duck. The cost is $5 for one duck. You can adopt as many ducks as you like!

 1 duck - $5 | 6 ducks - $25 | 13 ducks - $50 | 25 ducks - $100

Help “Rudy” and his feathered friends raise money for The Buffalo Rotary Foundation, Inc.’s community projects that make Western New York a better place to live. Your “ducky donation” will allow our club to help fund projects large and small. Past grants include Rotary Rink, Willie Hutch Jones Educational & Sports Programs, Literacy Volunteers, and Buffalo Police Athletic Association (PAL).

Our grant to the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library provided a whole new life to several public libraries in the City of Buffalo. The Rotary Reads Kids Club area of the libraries encourages reading, discovery and curiosity in children, supplementing the school experience in Buffalo’s key neighborhoods.

Join leaders. Exchange ideas. Take action. The Rotary Club of Buffalo is made up of dedicated neighbors, community and business leaders committed to making Western New York a better place to live. Since 1989 the club has awarded grants totaling more than $2 million to nonprofit organizations in our community.

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