Jazz festival has new sponsor

July 31, 2018 by  

The Rochester International Jazz Festival and CGI Communications will work together in 2019.

The company will become one of [Read more]

Rochester workshop to provide early parenting tips

June 23, 2018 by  

Being a new mom or dad can sometimes be a challenging time, and those who take part in a class that will be on offer in Rochester will be able to gain confidence in their parenting skills.

Highland Hospital will be the [Read more]

Rochester job fair to connect employers with the public

May 24, 2018 by  

Jobseekers from Rochester and the surrounding areas will be able to meet with recruiters from a wide assortment of local companies, organizations, and government services as part of a [Read more]

Rochester event to provide insight into poverty

April 23, 2018 by  

Poverty is an issue in many communities, and a Rochester simulation will seek to find solutions by providing those who participate with a chance to learn more through a [Read more]

Rochester area event to showcase quilts

March 25, 2018 by  

Quilting fans and those who just appreciate these handmade and functional works of art alike may wish to save the date for a Rochester area event that will showcase the works of a wide variety of quilters.

The Webster Quilt Guild’s 2018 Quit Show, which is [Read more]

Truffle time comes round in Rochester

February 24, 2018 by  

This March, an expert will be sharing the secrets of truffle making so that those who take part can enjoy crafting their very own chocolate delights.

Lindsay, who [Read more]

Rochester zoo planning winter fundraiser

January 22, 2018 by  

A Rochester attraction will be hosting a special fundraising evening in support of some of the world’s largest animals, and it promises to bring some warmth to a winter’s night.

The Seneca Park Zoo Society has [Read more]

Rochester getting ready to ring in 2018 family style

December 18, 2017 by  

Rochester families looking for a fun way to celebrate the turn of the year have been invited to add a local event to their agenda.

First Night Rochester will [Read more]

Rochester ready to wing it

November 1, 2017 by  

This fall, Rochester will be the place to be for those who love chicken wings and all the ways they can be prepared.

This will be the sixth year for the Cluck Crawl, which sees participants sample the wings at a variety of area eateries and then vote for the one that was their favorite. The “crawlers” will receive transportation to the various venues that will be taking part in the event, and the monies raised will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association of Rochester.

At each of the locations on the crawl, the ticket holders will stop for about 45 minutes to sample the wings that will be provided free of charge. Those who want to push the envelope can take part in the “hottest sauce” competition, and vote for the entry they feel was the spiciest. Along with all of this, there will be raffle and other prize draws throughout the day.

Each person who participates in this event will receive a voting ballot, T-shirt, and bus transportation. The ticket price is $45 each. A printing services supplier can provide shirts, banners, and a wide assortment of branded items for a fundraiser like this.

The chicken wing and pub crawl has been planned for the afternoon of November 18. More information about the function, as well as the organization it supports, can be found on its website.

Rochester session to shed light on LED

October 15, 2017 by  

Rochester businesses interested in finding a new way to improve their bottom line may want to save the date for a workshop that will soon be held in the city.

The information session will [Read more]

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