April 20, 2021, Rochester, NY—The Corn Hill Neighbors Association Board of Directors announced today
that the 2021 Corn Hill Arts Festival will be canceled due to COVID-19. “We explored many different options to make the Festival viable, but at the end of the day, the safety and well-being of our community takes priority,” said Nick Howell, 2021 Corn Hill Arts Festival Chair. “We would like to thank all of the artists, vendors, sponsors and volunteers who make the Festival possible each year.”
“The Festival has played a vital role in our community for over 50 years, enriching the lives of city and neighborhood residents through local development and engagement initiatives,” said Jeff Holdsworth, President of the Corn Hill Neighborhood Association. “While we are disappointed that the Festival won’t take place this year, we look forward to celebrating the arts once again in 2022.” The Corn Hill Neighbors Association is actively working with the Festival committee and sponsors to find unique ways to keep the spirit of the Festival alive in the absence of the traditional Festival.
The Corn Hill Neighbors Association will release more information as these details emerge.
About the Corn Hill Arts Festival
Funds raised during the Corn Hill Arts Festival through sponsorships, vendors and exhibitors are disbursed
by the Corn Hill Neighbors Association, a not-for-profit organization, for a variety of community needs.
Festival funds are also used for protecting and promoting the historical character and beauty of the area.
The Corn Hill Neighbors Association encourages cultural diversity and strives to foster good relations not
only within the neighborhood but surrounding communities as well. For more information on The Corn Hill
Arts Festival, please visit cornhillartsfestival.com.