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Corn Hill Gazette | July 2018

The July 2018 Corn Hill Gazette is now available for Download.

Greenwood Street Pre-Festival Bash

A Greenwood Street tradition since 1988 and the perfect way to get ready for the Corn Hill Arts Festival! Live music by Taylor Simmons & Cincopation Friday, July 13 | 7:00 – 10:00 pm Bring a chair, bring a friend, bring some food … maybe even bring a bottle of wine! Brewster’s Ice Cream will […]


Get Moving with Flower City Feeling Good 2018 The annual Flower City Feeling Good series offers many opportunities to get fit and be fascinated around Rochester’s neighborhoods and natural areas. Explore nature and the city’s amazing historic parks and neighborhoods by bike, on foot or in canoes by participating in Tuesday and Thursday Nature Nights, […]

Corn Hill Gazette | June 2018

The June 2018 Corn Hill Gazette is now available for Download.

“Let the Sun Shine In” Parade to Celebrate 50th Corn Hill Arts Festival

By Elaine Lennox, Corn Hill Arts Festival Sponsor/Media Chair The 2018 Corn Hill Arts Festival will celebrate its roots which began in 1969 on Greenwood Street. Fifty years ago, the early organizers were mostly young adults and college art students attending the downtown RIT campus. They chose to live in Corn Hill because of the […]

Corn Hill Potholes in Need of Repair

This is an annual attempt to repair road faults after winter damage. Please pass along to others…   Rochester City Streets (including residential areas): Potholes on City of Rochester streets should be reported to 311 (within the City limits) or 428-5990. You can also report potholes to the City of Rochester using their finicky on-line form at the following link… Interstate Expressways: All area expressways and numbered […]

Wanted: Proofreader for the Gazette

The Gazette is looking for a proofreader with a sharp eye for detail and a working knowledge of the English language. It takes about an hour or less each month and is all done via computer. If you’re interested, please contact Judy at [email protected]

Meet the Center City Community Coalition: C4

This article was first posted on The number of people moving into downtown Rochester during the last decade has steadily increased, and proposals for more housing and other development haven’t slowed down. While downtown’s buildings were once largely devoted to retail and commercial uses, the focus has changed. Now the area is evolving into […]

Support Nathaniel Rochester Community School #3

Our new Board Liaison, Dr. Gail Evans, will be sharing information about the Nathaniel Rochester Community School #3 – the student scholars, the teachers and administrators, and the families – so that our Corn Hill community may find opportunities to support and encourage the many efforts to improve academic, social and emotional development of the […]

Lifespan Café at Sibley Square

Did you know that located on the first floor of Sibley Square, at 25 Franklin St, is a café catering to those who are over 60? It is the “Lifespan Café at Sibley Square”. The café serves hot breakfast and lunch and offers many different opportunities for socialization and learning. We have something for everyone […]