Community Events

At William Mattar Law Offices, we’re more than just your local law firm. We’re proud members of the community, and we want to do our part to support local events that help make Buffalo and Williamsville such great places to live and work. Find out about the community events we sponsor throughout the year.

  • What’s 4 Lunch?
    It’s easy to get in a lunchtime rut. That’s why we host the area’s best food trucks at our location in Williamsville during the warmer months. Take a break from the ordinary and try something new while supporting locally owned small businesses.
  • The Walk to Defeat ALS
    The ALS Association needs your support to help defeat Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and support families affected by the disease. Join us for one of the 2017 ALS walks in Western & Central New York: Buffalo, Binghamton, Syracuse, and Rochester. Sign up or donate today.
  • Rochester Festivals
    From live music and art, to specialty food and drink, Rochester’s summer festivals offer a little something for everyone. At William Mattar, we’ve provided the lowdown on Rochester’s summer events, so you can start planning an entire season of family friendly summer fun right in your own backyard
  • Taste of Williamsville
    This annual event is one of the largest in Western New York and allows restaurants in the Williamsville area to showcase their food and drink. William Mattar has been one of the largest sponsors for more than a decade. Our sponsorship includes providing a community shade tent to give patrons a place to cool off in the shade.
  • Taste of Buffalo
    This two-day food festival is the largest in the United States and attracts more than 450,000 visitors. In the past, William Mattar has sponsored shade zones at the event, giving foodies a cool place to enjoy Buffalo’s best food.

If you live in the Buffalo or Williamsville areas, chances are you’ll see our signature blue logo at local events around town. Stop in and say “hi” to our friendly attorneys and staff! We’re always excited to meet new neighbors—and always here if you or someone you know needs help after an accident or serious injury.