An independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory day school for students in nursery through grade 12. Contact us to set up a time to visit our 33-acre campus located at 519 Allens Creek Road in Pittsford.
Western New York's incredible annual children's book festival is usually held the first Saturday in November at Monroe Community College, though in 2012 it will be the second Saturday, November 10.
A not for profit organization committed to improving the quality of life for residents of the Town and Village of Palmyra by providing a variety of wholesome recreation and leisure programs, facilities, and services for all ages est. 1945
The Penfield Library is located in the Penfield Community Center on Baird Road
Gymnastics, Ballet & Pre-School/Nursery School -- 22,000 sq ft gym with 2 sunken trampolines, 60' tumbletrack and two foam pits, pre-school room & ballet studio
Rochester Kwanzaa Coalition helps organizations throughout Rochester NY prepare and present Kwanzaa celebrations.
The Monroe County Fair is typically the second week in July at the Fairgrounds -- Calkins Road and East Henrietta Road, Henrietta
Come visit the animals at Seneca Park Zoo, which is open all year long. Closed New Year's Day, the first Saturday in June for Zoobilation,Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
School of the Arts is located at 45 Prince Street in Rochester. Many events and productions are open to the public!
Annual September festival celebrating Ireland and Irish Heritage with food, dance, and activites.
A competitive event held annually for top international riders and their horses, testing partnership and athletic prowess in the triathlon of equestrian sport.
Young Audiences of Rochester is a full service arts-in-education provider for Rochester, NY.
Golden Link offerings include concerts of folk performers, Tuesday night singarounds, the Turtle Hill Folk Festival, a calendar of folk events, & more!
The Mall at Greece Ridge, at 1.63 million square feet, is one of the largest shopping centers in the country!
Rochester's arena, located in downtown Rochester on Broad Street. Used to be called the Rochester War Memorial.
One of Rochester's oldest and most unique neighborhoods celebrates its 35th Annual Festival of arts, crafts and music. Annually attracts over 250,000 people.
Nature preserve located off Route 104: For the preservation of bird and wildlife integrity and conservation of the land they depend on.
Mission: To educate the public about birds of prey and other wildlife and the environment.