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Registration live!

Registration is live! The first five teams to register get a free bucket of beer at the host venue, TinRoof Bar & Grill. 

Grab your bikes, your smart phone, a few friends and join the Young Urban Preservationists (or YUPs—a group of The Landmark Society) for Rochester’s first bike scavenger hunt, followed by a few well-deserved drinks at TinRoof in the PLEX neighborhood.

You’ll see some of Rochester’s best known gems and little known secrets, you’ll get some exercise, and you might even learn something new about the Flower City.

Saturday, July 27th | 12:30-4:00 PM | Tickets: $12/person | Teams of 1-6 | Scavenger hunt starts and ends at TinRoof Bar & Grill, 1155 South Plymouth Ave

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Monthly Steering Committee meetings

Come meet the small but mighty team that runs the YUPs! Our steering committee meets monthly on the 4th Wednesday of the month, 6:30 PM at Landmark Society offices (133 S Fitzhugh St. until August!). Meetings typically last about an hour and anyone is welcome to attend.

It’s a great opportunity to learn more about work, our long term goals, and find out if you want to get involved. No RSVP necessary but be sure to check our social media to confirm the time and location as occasionally we move around.

Questions? Email YUP President, Caitlin Meives.


Save the date: Tavern Takeover

The final Tavern Takeover of the summer at the Stone-Tolan House Historic Site will take place Wednesday, August 14th, 6:30-9:00 PM.

The Stone-Tolan House was built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries as a farm, home, and tavern. You have just one more chance to enjoy a local brew served from the tavern of the oldest house in Monroe County.

Not only will we have local beer from Silver Lake Brewing Project, but we’re also really excited to welcome–for the first time–the Flower City Beer Choir!

Follow our social media for the latest updates. Tickets go on sale late July!

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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.

133 South Fitzhugh Street, Rochester, NY 14608
PHONE: (585) 546-7029 x10 · FAX: (585) 546-4788

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