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In our conversation, my father mentioned the Glen Casino in Williamsville, also owned and run by Harry Altman. He opened it in 1934, and it seated 1500 people! This club featured big-name acts as well. On the same property, they had kiddie rides in addition to the music, food, and dancing. Both he and my mother had young sisters, and they would take the girls out there and spent the day Harry Altman Glen Casino Tickets for Concerts, Sports, Theatre and More Online at TicketsInventory.com Silicon Valley Search Results from Silicon Valley Business Journal. Parties found:. Cincinnati Search Results from Cincinnati Business Courier. Chief's exit fuels talk Mondelez could be back in play . Irene Rosenfeld has argued that Mondelez. Filmtipps: Regisseure: Auswahl (Inhaltsangaben und The location originally housed an amusement park, Harry Altman's Glen Park Casino and Amusement Park. The property was razed following two fires. The Inferno in 1968. The first fire in September 1968 destroyed a nightclub on the property called The Inferno. The Inferno was formerly the "Glen Casino". The nightclub was notable for featuring the bands Wilmer & the Dukes and Raven (formerly Tony THIS IS A TABLE ADVERTISEMENT FROM 1950 FOR HARRY ALTMAN'S GLEN PARK CASINO THAT WAS LOCATED IN WILLIAMSVILLE, NEW YORK, WHICH IS A SUBURB OF BUFFALO NEW YORK. Nestled off Main Street in the Village of Williamsville, Harry Altman’s Glen Park Casino is remembered for high-quality musical and Hollywood entertainment and was a regular stop for acts as Glen Park amusement area 1966 was part of the Harry Altman Glen Park Casino complex. The park was the center of attraction for residents around Western . Another was Glen Park, an amusement area built in the 1940s by Town Casino impresario Harry Altman to accompany his Glen Casino theatre and restaurant in . Directions: Take I90 to I290 and take exit 7A east to Williamsville (Rt 5, Glen Ave Glen Park Amusement Area was part of the Harry Altman Glen Park Casino complex. The park was the center of attraction for residents around Western New York. A fire destroyed the park in September 1968. Back in 1976, the Village of Williamsville and Town of Amherst acquired the 9.7 acre parcel for parkland. Walk back to Main Street, turn left to Glen Park entrance, proceed down the path to Glen

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