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The Future Of Transportation: Exciting Changes For Downtown

BE IN THE KNOW JOIN OTHERS AT 3 CITY CENTER Panelists will present in Pecha Kucha format Learn about what’s to come, what’s in the pipeline and how ALL possibilities will benefit Downtown Residents This program is sponsored by Washington Square Park WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 | 5 P.M. REGISTRATION & NETWORKING 5:30-7 P.M. PROGRAM 7:00 […]

Corn Hill Gazette | April 2019

The April 2019 Corn Hill Gazette is now available for Download.

The Reynolds Family, part 1: Abelard

Modern day Rochester begins with the purchase of a one hundred-acre piece of land. In 1803, three wealthy veterans of the American Revolution set out from their homes in Hagerstown, Maryland. They came up through the Susquehanna Valley, found their way to the headwaters of the Genesee River and traveled along its western shore. They […]

Calling all Street Managers!

-by Joanie Fraver It’s not too early to start thinking about July (warmth!) and the Corn Hill Arts Festival. The 51st Corn Hill Arts Festival is scheduled for the weekend of July 13th and 14th and will be here before you know it! Volunteers are needed again for the important festival job of Street Manager. […]

Adopt-A-Pot

The Beautification Committee of the Corn Hill Neighborhood Association invites you to participate in one of our most successful beautification efforts – the 2019 Adopt-A-Pot flower project. For the past 8 years, neighbors have volunteered to care for flower-pots placed near their residences. These flower pots, which are located in our pocket parks and on […]

Genesee River Bike Tour

Join the Western New York satellite of the Urban Land Institute (ULI WNY) for a bike tour along the Genesee River and moderated panel discussion about ROC the Riverway on Thursday, May 16, 2019. The bike tour will depart from the Pace Bike Station outside of First Federal Plaza (28 East Main Street, Rochester, NY […]

FREE SMOKE ALARMS

In conjunction with fire departments, corporate and non-profit partners, and government officials, the The Greater Rochester Chapter of the American Red Cross will be installing FREE SMOKE ALARMS and providing fire education steps in the Greater Rochester community and surrounding areas on Saturday April 27th. The goal is to install 850 smoke detectors into people’s […]

Opioids and Corn Hill

Monday, March 11 7:00pm The Corn Hill Neighbors Association (CHNA) is pleased to present Dr. Michael Mendoza, Commissioner, Monroe County Department of Public Health, who will speak about the opioid crisis and will conduct an Opioid Overdose Prevention Training at our March General meeting. Each person in attendance will learn how to administer the single […]

Invitation to join the Lyceum Toastmasters

Lyceum Toastmasters 1993 meets the first and third Friday at the R.L Edwards Manor from 6pm-8pm. Come and join their group and learn how to improve your public speaking skills, your business communications skills, and your leadership skills. Build your self-esteem and advance your career by joining our group to gain more confidence in giving […]

Corn Hill Arts Festival, 50 Years of Poster Art

Perhaps the most graphic way of reviewing the entire 50-year history of the Corn Hill Arts Festival is through an examination of its festival posters. CHNA’s newest book, Corn Hill Arts Festival, 50 Years of Poster Art, written by Corn Hill author Rob Goodling, contains full-page images of these posters along with fascinating interviews that […]