October 30, 2013 Landmark Alerts

A Moment in Time: The Rehabilitation of Rochester’s Frank Lloyd Wright designed Boynton House

A Presentation by John Page of Bero Architecture, PLLC


The Landmark Society, the Memorial Art Gallery, and Bero Architecture are pleased to present a talk by John Page, project architect on the rehabilitation of Rochester’s Boynton House.

Admission is free to members of MAG and Landmark Society. $6 admission to MAG for non-members. Please note that this event is not ticketed and reservations will not be accepted. Seats will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

Thursday, November 14th | Presentation 7:00-8:30 p.m. | Tapas with Max at the Gallery available 5:00-8:00 p.m. | Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Ave.

The Landmark Society invites you to its Diamond Jubilee Celebration!

jubilee.smallerA special event to close out the organization’s 75th anniversary year, while highlighting the launch of new initiatives and paving the way for future success. Come and experience an evening of celebration, live entertainment, silent auction, and live Fine Arts expression at Max at High Falls, one of Rochester’s most unique urban facilities located in the heart of the Brown’s Race Preservation District.

Presented by G-S Plastic Optics and Tel-Tru Manufacturing Company.

>>Click here to purchase your tickets now. 

2013 Preservation Awards Program


The Landmark Society’s 2013 Preservation Awards will be presented this year at a special event on Sunday, November 10 at 3:00 p.m. in Rochester’s historic City Hall. Awards are given to individuals and organizations in our nine-county area who have made outstanding efforts in the preservation of their homes, historic properties, and landscapes.This event is free and open to the public, refreshments will be served. Join us and see firsthand the success stories that have preserved our heritage and helped revitalize our communities.

Sunday, November 10 | 3:00 p.m. | Rochester City Hall, 30 Church St. | FREE!

Corn Hill Holiday Tour of Homes


The Corn Hill Neighbors Association and residents of Corn Hill once again open their doors to the public for the 28th annual Holiday Tour of Homes.  Come listen to strolling carolers and tour the beautiful homes of historic Corn Hill, adorned in their holiday splendor. Located in one of the country’s best preserved 19th century residential neighborhoods, Corn Hill’s Holiday Tour of Homes is the perfect prelude event for this year’s holiday season.

The tour includes seven homes with historic charm and modern appeal.  Attendees have their choice to take one of two traditional tours or opt for an enhanced evening tour. The Traditional Tours includes light refreshments and the evening tour features wine and  special culinary fare.  All guided tours will begin at the historic Immaculate Conception Church,  445 Frederick Douglass St.

Click here to purchase your tickets through the Corn Hill Neighbors Association or by calling CHNA at 585- 262-3142.