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Tavern Takeover coming up 8/14

On Wednesday evening, August 14th, the Landmark Society and the Young Urban Preservationists (YUPs) are partnering with Roc City Rotary 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 and snacks.

PLUS: for the first time ever, we’re also bringing you a sing-along with the Flower City Beer Choir! Flower City Beer Choir is among the newest chapters of the national Beer Choir Movement uniting local beer and song!

Wednesday, August 14th | 6:30-9:00 PM | Stone-Tolan House Historic Site, 2370 East Ave.

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Today! JapKam duo performs @ St. Joseph's Park

We, in a new partnership with Eastman Community Music School, are thrilled to announce the second noontime concert at St. Joseph’s Park during the month of July. The second is a performance of the JapKam Duo today from 12:00 – 12:45 PM. Experience the extraordinary sounds of JapKam in one of Rochester’s most unique urban parks!

JapKam Duo formed in 2016. Letitia Jap, violinist and Kenneth Kam, classical guitarist, are both on the faculty of Eastman Community Music School. Both Ms. Jap and Mr. Kam are doctoral students at Eastman School of Music. They have performed extensively in the Rochester area, including venues like the George Eastman Museum, the City of Rochester Public Market, the Little Movie Theatre, and St. John’s Home for Elderly. The duo play a variety of repertoires, including pieces by J.S. Bach, Astor Piazzolla, Erik Satie, pop song arrangements, and even more!

Please bring your own camp chairs or blankets, as seating is limited. No admission charge, but a donation to support the musicians is gratefully accepted.

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Park Ave. Historic District public info meeting

If you live in the Park Avenue neighborhood in the city of Rochester, this public information meeting is for you! The nomination of the Park Avenue Historic District to the National Register of Historic Places is scheduled to go before the State Review Board in September. Join The Landmark Society and staff from the NY State Historic Preservation Office to learn about the district and how it can benefit you!

Thursday, August 22nd | 6:30-7:30 PM | Immanuel Baptist Church, 815 Park Avenue | Meeting is free and open to the public

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Travel Tour: Boo! Halloween in New Orleans

You’ll see houses like this on the architectural bus tour during our New Orleans travel tour over Halloween–along with hearing amazing music and eating fab food.

New Orleans is a great city all of the time but Halloween is especially fun. Not as crazy as Mardi Gras and not as overwhelming. Costumes are not required but call Larry for suggestions of accoutrements that can be purchased in NOLA. And there is much more to this trip than just Halloween – Preservation Hall, seeing private homes, architectural tour, great food, and much more. Spots are still available.

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Travel Tour: Toronto Yuletide

You may know Toronto, but have you experienced it in all its Yuletide glory? Here’s a chance to enjoy the best of the season without having to personally drive the QEW expressway. Highlights include the biggest Christmas market in Canada, Casa Loma Castle, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and more!

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Thank you to our past event sponsors!


The Landmark Society of Western New York is supported, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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PHONE: (585) 546-7029 x10 · FAX: (585) 546-4788

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