• It’s a Vampire Weekend at GCV&M

    Genesee Country Village & Museum will be overrun with vampires during their Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours, happening for one weekend only, October 17 through 20. This special evening program is different from a typical visit...

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  • Women’s Spiritual Spa Day to focus on theme of compassion

    On Saturday, October 19, local women are invited to participate in a day of reflection and relaxation at a Spiritual Spa Day, being held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the church hall of St. Elizabeth...

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  • “Instant Relatives” on display at Newman Riga Library

      Whether they are your own relatives or just random strangers, celluloids, photo cards, daguerreotypes, and photo jewelry are interesting because of their beauty and historic value. If they truly are your own family members, they give...

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  • Public Visioning Workshop #2 planned for Hilton’s new Comprehensive Plan

    The Village of Hilton is updating their existing Comprehensive Plan, completed in 1977, with a new Comprehensive Plan entitled Envision Hilton 2030, which will address a wide variety of topics including land use, housing, sustainability and the...

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  • Fine Art Show coming to Morgan Manning House September 28-29

    The second Morgan-Manning Fine Art Show will be held on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28 in the Carriage House of the Victorian Morgan-Manning Home, 151 Main Street in Brockport.   The event will showcase and...

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  • Fourth annual Pork For Patriots benefits veterans

    Pork for Patriots, founded by U.S. Army veteran Paul McCracken and his family, benefits local non-profits committed to helping Rochester area veterans. This year’s benefactors are the Rochester American Warrior Hockey League and Blue Star Mothers NY8...

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  • Lake Ontario levels continue to decline as outflows reduced

    Lake Ontario levels reached 247.7 feet and the record outflows of 367,270 cubic feet per second were reduced to 357,000 cubic feet per second on August 21, 2019. This flow rate is 7,060 cubic feet per second...

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