This article was first published in the April 2017 Corn Hill Gazette. Editor’s note: This month we begin a series highlighting the many fine restaurants in Corn Hill. Look for a different one each month! Panzari’s Italian Bistro Panzari’s is the oldest restaurant in Corn Hill, this year celebrating 16 years in the same location, […]
by Jim DeVinney, Corn Hill Historian This article was first published in the April 2017 Corn Hill Gazette. In my last column, I described how a small girl was taken from her West African home and carried on the slave ship Phillis to Boston where, in 1761, the sick child was purchased by Susanna Wheatley. […]
by Kathleen Walsh, Chair, Corn Hill Ad Hoc Wellness Committee This article was first published in the April 2017 Corn Hill Gazette. We’ve all heard the saying “If you love what you do you’ll never work a day in your life.” Karen Rogers, owner of Exercise Express at 232 South Plymouth Ave. in Corn Hill, […]
This article was first published in the April 2017 Corn Hill Gazette. This past year the CHNA Philanthropy Committee made generous contributions to the Community Child Care Center, R. L. Edwards Manor, the Phillis Wheatly Library’s Teen Book Club and Summer Reading Programs, Prosper Rochester, Inc., Camp Day Dreams, EastHouse, The Urban League of Rochester, […]
The April 2017 Corn Hill Gazette is now available for Download.
You’re invited to a unique social painting event hosted by Splash Mob Painting Parties where you’ll learn to paint this iconic neighborhood landmark (painting chosen by your Social Committee). The painting party will be held on March 11th at the West Edge Restaurant from 3:15-6:30 pm. This is a private event exclusively for Corn Hill […]
The December 2016/January 2017 Corn Hill Gazette is now available for Download.
Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NKG85JB Corn Hill residents are requested to respond to this survey in an effort to better meet the needs of our greater community. The Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County’s Programming Team is seeking community feedback about Central Library programs and would greatly appreciate our assistance. Please respond to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NKG85JB
The May 9th CHNA General Meeting will feature guest speaker Tracy Lee Murphy, Caretaker of the Hydesville Memorial Park–Birthplace of Modern Spiritualism. Her fascinating presentation relates the details of those mysterious rappings first heard on the night of March 31, 1848. The teenage Fox sisters interpreted these knockings as messages from the spirit of a […]
On Sunday, April 17, the CHNA Social Committee will host a neighborhood Country Line Dance at the Flying Squirrel Community Center, 285 Clarissa Street from 1-4 p.m. Neighbors are asked to bring a dish to pass and a non-alcoholic beverage. The committee will provide all other amenities. RSVP to [email protected] no later than Friday, April […]