Buffalo Businesses Offering Things To Do At Home During Coronavirus

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Buffalo Businesses Offering Things to Do At Home During Coronavirus

In true WNY fashion, many Buffalo businesses have stepped up to the challenge of being closed by offering things to do at home during Coronavirus.  From craft kits to cookie decorating there are some great options if you’re looking for boredom busters.  Many are also offering virtual classes, lessons and read alongs.  You find information on virtual events on the Fun 4 Kids calendar. 

Buffalo Businesses Offering Things to Do At Home During Coronavirus

Here’s a list of local small businesses that are offering things to do at home during the Coronavirus.  Some are changing their offerings week to week, so please check with them directly for availability.

Buffalo Learning Lab is located in East Amherst.   They are offering craft kits with pick up or shipping. Below is an example of one of the kits we found on their site.  To order visit their website. Craft Kits by Buffalo Learning Lab

Studio Hue is a DIY Party and Workshop business based out of Buffalo!  They are offering kits for both kids and adults.  Kid kits include options for DIY string art, confetti pillows and wood signs.  Visit their website for details.

Imagine It Play & Cafe is a new business in Willimasville.  They were getting ready to open when the Coronavirus hit!  They are offering DIY craft kits and bins available for purchase on their online store.  Click here to visit their store. 

Imagine That Olcott has ceramics projects that come with paint brushes, paint and disposible aprons.  They are offering delivery and shipping options.  Check out their Facebook page for details. 

Just Desserts by Aimee is a cake and dessert business based out of Lewiston.  She is offering some really fun at-home dessert decorating kits.  I’ve seen her post about cookies, cupcakes and canolis.  Here’s an example of her canoli kit.  Visit her Facebook page for information. 

Life Expressions Decor by Julie Keck has alot of different at-home crafting options.  From her Facebook page, it looks like she has a lot of different sign-type projects and she seems to be launching new stuff regularly.  Visit her Facebook page for details. 

Little Buffalo is also a fairly new small business that has come up with creative ways to connect with customers during this time.  They are offering craft kits, sensory bins and more. As of April 22, 2020 that had a very creative idea to run a Puppy Adoption Event where you could get a stuffed puppy delivered and a portion of sales are being donated to the SPCA!  Here’s an example of the Puppy Adoption Kit.  For more information visit their Facebook page. 

Loaded Lumber Buffalo is offering DIY Kits for kids that include:

  • Puzzles
  • 3D Shapes
  • Mini Shapes
  • Wood Coloring Pages
  • Paint & Paintbrush

Visit their site for information and to purchase. 

Rolly Pollies of WNY is offering Mother’s Day Craft Kits.  Visit their Facebook page for details.