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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 Pot Luck Friday, July 12 | 7:00 – 10:00 pm Bring a chair, bring a friend, bring some food … maybe even bring a bottle of wine! This year will mark the 51st […]

Kainos Greek Restaurant Neighbors Night

Kainos Greek Restaurant invites all Corn Hill Neighbors 10% discounts on Thursday, June 20th from 5-8 PM. There will be happy hour specials and then stay for dinner! Check in on facebook, yelp or Instagram and enter to win raffle prizes! Reservations available but not required: on opentable or call 585-319-3579 – 284 Exchange Blvd, Rochester, […]

August Events at the Lunsford Circle Park

August Events at the Lunsford Circle Park Sponsored by the Corn Hill Neighbors Association Social Committee.     Sunday 8/11/2019 from 4 pm till 7 pm – Building Families First Inc. Drumming & Storytelling Mayukwa Kashiwa was born in Zambia, Africa and is the part of the Koende Tribe. He shares his culture in a […]

June 22 Corn Hill Clean-up blitz CANCELED

Due to lack of volunteer response, the Corn Hill Clean-up blitz scheduled for Saturday June 22 has been CANCELED. Thank you, Corn Hill Beautification Committee [email protected]

2019 Corn Hill Arts Festival Poster Unveiled!

The Corn Hill Neighbors Association and ESL Federal Credit Union are excited to announce that earlier today the 2019 commemorative poster, which celebrates the 51st Annual Corn Hill Arts Festival, was unveiled. Bill Kelly, Festival Chair; Faheem Masood, President and CEO of ESL Federal Credit Union; and Justin Roj, Director of Communications of the City […]

The Rochester Women’s Bike Festival Returns To Corn Hill!

Over 130 women (and a few men) attended the event last year as participants, speakers, vendors, and volunteers. Three bicycles, donated by R Community Bikes, were given away as attendance prizes at the end of the day, along with gift baskets, salon certificates and bicycle accessories. There were ten breakout sessions throughout the day, and […]

Corn Hill Gazette | June 2019

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

The Reynolds Family, part 3: Athenaeum

On June 12, 1829, a year after Abelard Reynolds opened his Arcade, sixty business leaders gathered in a room on its second floor to launch the Rochester Athenaeum.  Nathaniel Rochester became its first president, a title he retained until his death two years later. Each member paid a five-dollar fee to fund a library that […]

Transit Supportive Corridors Study

As part of its Comprehensive Plan, Rochester 2034, the City studied which major streets have the best potential for “transit supportive development” in Rochester. Transit supportive development encourages a mix of complementary activities and destinations (e.g., housing, work, shopping, services, and entertainment) along major streets and centers. Transit supportive development helps create compact, vibrant communities where […]

Governor Cuomo Announces Major Initiative To Explore Reimagination Of Erie Canal As A Catalyst For Economic Development And Resiliency

Governor to Create Task Force to Recommend Best Ideas to Revitalize Canal Corridor New Tugboat Named after Elizabeth Cady Stanton at Rochester Canal Opening Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a sweeping initiative to examine how the 195-year-old Erie Canal can be reimagined for the 21st century in an effort to boost local economies, inspire new […]