Tickets on sale for Jubilee Celebration
The Landmark Society invites you to its annual Jubilee Celebration, The Art of Preservation, presented by Tel-Tru Manufacturing and G-S Optics & First Niagara! This special celebratory event closes out the organization’s year with a time of reflection; highlighting new initiatives on the horizon and paving the way for future success. Come and experience an evening of celebration, live entertainment, silent auction, and live Fine Arts expression at the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, Rochester’s civic art museum.
The 2014 Jubilee Celebration is sponsored by:
Something Old, Something New
In partnership with the Western Erie Canal Alliance, we are presenting a “mini-conference” on Thursday, November 6th, 1:00-6:00 p.m. Celebrate your historic Main Street’s past and understand how it can be the real gold ring to your community’s future economic success. Join us to hear from experts in the fields of: historic tax credits, second floor redevelopment, community design strategies, and current economic development trends.
Our Fall Partners Roundup will take place at the end of the day, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., and will feature Joni Monroe from the Community Design Center of Rochester. Our preservation partners from around the region are invited to register for the day’s activities ($25) or are welcome to attend just the Roundup, free of charge. The Partners Roundup is a gathering of community advocates and preservation partners where you can share your community’s or organization’s challenges and successes.
Click the flyer above for a complete list of speakers.
Thursday, November 6 | 1:00-6:00 p.m. | Fairport Electric, 43 Liftbridge Lane, Fairport, NY 14450 | Registration: $25
(Email Caitlin Meives if you want to attend only the Partners Roundup, free of charge)
Button Lofts near completion
An exciting rehab project in the Monroe Avenue neighborhood in Rochester is nearing completion–the Button Lofts (by developer DHD Ventures). We got a sneak peek at some of the lofts that have been sensitively incorporated into this former button factory. All we can say is that the windows are huge, the views are stunning, and the spaces are unique. We’re ready to move in! >>Take a look for yourself.