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E2 Expo 2019

People with Disabilities are making great strides as are the opportunities for them to participate in the community just like everyone else. We see people with disabilities running successful small businesses; competitively participating in sporting events, writing books, creating commercially viable art and basically everything that most people take for granted daily. What we don’t see regularly is a way to recognize and learn about these people and opportunities that they have created for themselves and their community.
The Exceptional Experiences Expo is a to celebrate the people and opportunities that aren’t letting disabilities stop them from living their lives to the fullest. Our goal is to showcase these people and opportunities to a larger audience. There are several sports, theater groups, advocacy groups and entrepreneurs doing wonderful things.
Our first Expo was extremely successful and it is our hope to continue to grow each and every year. With that we hope to be adding…

E2 Expo 2019 is coming!

The expo will be held at the Museum of Disability History at 3826 Main Street, Buffalo, NY, 14226 on Saturday, October 19th2019 from 10 AM to 3 PM.

Uncle Bills Coffee Shop

George Augstell is a young man who lives to serve, literally. George is the owner and operator of Uncle Bill's Coffee Stop, located in the lobby of the Golisano Center for Community Health located next to the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. George is open 5 days a week with hot coffee, cold drinks, snacks and FREE smiles. We're proud to announce that George will be opening Uncle Bill's MOBILE Coffee Stop at E2 for your refreshments.

Unique Theatre Company

Unique Theatre Company is dedicated to providing a venue where persons of all levels of ability can learn and express themselves through art, playwriting, and acting and more. It is comprised of aspiring and/or working playwrights and actors who have an interest in giving voice to persons with disabilities, as well as changing current cultural perceptions of what it means to be a person with disabilities.

Touching Bases softball league of Erie county

Touching bases is the largest competitive softball league in Western New York for adults with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. Touching bases has over 150 athletes and volunteers. The league is for 18 and over.


The Self Advocacy Association of New York State is the organization that helps, oversees and promotes Self Advocacy groups all over the state. Our local office will be on hand to promote all the good works our self advocates are doing as well as promoting Self Advocacy in Action TV!