YUPs turn 1!
The YUPs are turning 1! Come grab a cold one and celebrate with us at one of Rochester’s newest breweries, Swiftwater Brewing at 2 PM next Saturday 3/28. RSVPs and presents not necessary. See you there! >>Click here for the Facebook event.
Slow Art Day event at RoCo 4/11
Mark your calendars! On Saturday, April 11th we’ll be partnering with Rochester Contemporary Art Center to present Hurry Up and Wait: Explore the art of slowing down. Taking place on Slow Art Day and as part of RoCo’s Ride It: Art and Bicycles in Rochester exhibit, the event will be a series of fast-paced lightning presentations that explore the art of slowing down and observing the world around you. Admission to RoCo is $2 (free for members).
We still have a few spots left for speakers. If you’re interested in doing a presentation, email Caitlin Meives at The Landmark Society for details.
Saturday, April 11th | 1:00 p.m. | RoCo 137 East Ave. | Admission $2 (free for RoCo members) | Facebook event
New York Statewide Preservation Conference
The Statewide Preservation Conference will take place April 16-18 in Geneva. Wondering if the Conference is for you? We bet it is. Unlike a lot of Conferences, the New York Statewide Preservation Conference is NOT just for professionals. Typical attendees include: grassroots preservationists, community advocates, neighborhood leaders, architects (CES credits will be available), landscape architects, planners, mayors, municipal board members, historic property owners, students, and non-profit organizations. If you’re working—in any capacity—to revitalize your community, this event is for you!
Even if you can’t make the whole event, swing on down to Geneva Thursday evening, April 16th for the Conference film and the Geneva Pub Crawl. Tickets for the film and pub crawl are just $10 and the first 25 registrants for the crawl get a free t-shirt!
>>Check out The Landmark Society’s website for details and the full schedule.
Old House Hacks is back at The Brainery
Old House Hacks: Wait! No! Stop!
We’ll be presenting our second installment in the Old House Hacks series at the Brainery on Wednesday, April 29th.
Updating and renovating your old house can be a challenging and often rewarding endeavor, but where do you start? How do you strike that perfect balance between old and new without losing the charm or sacrificing modern convenience? Where do you get the best return on your investment, while avoiding changes that are detrimental to you house and your pocket book in the long run? Old House Hacks has the answers to these – and more – burning questions. The Young Urban Preservationists’ Old House Hacks series will show you how, with a little patience. consideration, and elbow grease, you can DIY your way to a comfortable and beautiful historic home that works in the 21st century. We’ll also give you some pointers for knowing when it is time to call in the professionals. >>Reserve your spot now.
Take the RocCity Coalition Vision 2025 survey
RocCity Coalition’s Vision 2025 survey is live and awaiting your input. RocCity Coalition is gathering important information about Rochester’s young professionals (i.e. you) – your biggest challenges and favorite activities, satisfaction with your working and living conditions, and your ability to connect and change the community around them. >>Click here to take the survey!
Join us for the Color Run!
A few of us YUPs created a team for the Color Run on May 23rd. Why not join us?! Click here to sign up for Team YUP!
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