2014-11-11 Landmark Alerts

Jubilee Celebration–less than 2 weeks to get your tickets!


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.

PLEASE NOTE: Prior to the start of the Party, The Landmark Society’s Annual Meeting will take place 4:15-5:00 PM. Landmark members are welcome to attend the Annual Meeting ONLY portion free of charge. To attend the Party that follows, you must purchase tickets in advance. 

>>Click here to purchase your tickets now!

The 2014 Jubilee Celebration is sponsored by:


2014 Preservation Award recipients announced


The Landmark Society’s 2014 Preservation Awards will be presented this year at a special event on Sunday, November 16 at 3:00 p.m. in Rochester’s historic City Hall, the spectacular Richardsonian Romanesque landmark located downtown at 30 Church Street. The Awards are given each year to individuals and organizations in our nine-county area who have made outstanding efforts in the preservation of their homes, historic properties, and landscapes. In anticipation of the upcoming Awards Ceremony we will be featuring some of this year’s award winners.

Join us this Sunday for the Awards Ceremony–it’s free and open to the public. You can also preview our award recipients on our website, we’ll be announcing more names each day.

Historic Bethany Town Hall for sale

A meeting hall with stage comprises the majority of the second floor.

The former Bethany Town Hall is located in a bucolic rural setting in Genesee County. This location offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle with easy access to urban centers. It’s just 15 minutes to Batavia or LeRoy and 45 minutes from Rochester or Buffalo. This 1832 Greek Revival is solidly built and features loads of historic details and charm. Approximately 5,000 square feet on two floors.


The Old Bethany Town Hall has been the center of community life for generations. It has functioned as a church, an academy, the Town Hall, and a grange hall. The history and character of this building can be yours!

Visit our website for more images. Contact Caitlin Meives for details.