NEXT UP: Tavern Takeover at Stone-Tolan Historic Site
On Wednesday evening, June 20th, the Landmark Society’s Young Urban Preservationists (YUPs) are partnering with Emerging Rochester Architects (ERA), and Silver Lake Brewing Project to bring you the Tavern Takeover at the oldest house in Monroe County. The Landmark Society’s Stone-Tolan House Historic Site was built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries as a farm, home, and tavern. For one night only, we’re turning it back into a functioning tavern with beer from Silver Lake Brewing Project and snacks.
Tickets are $15 and will get you your first beer and snacks as well as access to the Stone-Tolan House and grounds. Additional beers and s’mores kits will be available for purchase.
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
- Saturday, July 28th – Bikes, Beers & Buildings bike scavenger hunt. Tickets go on sale late June!
- Wednesday, August 22nd – 2nd Tavern Takeover at Stone-Tolan Historic Site with Rohrbach Brewing
Introducing the Young Urban Preservationists! We are a group of young-ish folks interested in preservation and community revitalization. We come from various walks of life and various professions, but we all have one thing in common: we care about our Rochester-area communities and we believe our historic resources have an important role to play in making our communities dynamic and distinctive.
Sound like you? GET INVOLVED with our events:
- Bikes, Beer & Buildings
– a historic bike scavenger hunt taking place each summer
- Heart Bombing, Park(ing) Day, and other pop-up events spotlighting vacant, at-risk, or under-utilized historic spaces
- Volunteering with us at The Landmark Society June House & Garden Tour and October Inside Downtown Tour
The YUPs are also a member of the Rust Belt Coalition of Young Preservationists and travel to “takeovers” hosted by other young preservationists organizations in resurgent cities across the Rust Belt in order to share & celebrate preservation’s role in community revitalization.
GET IN TOUCH
Sign up for our e-newsletter below so you can stay up-to-date, and contact Caitlin Meives, Preservation Planner if you’re interested in learning more and getting involved!
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