This is a free concert series featuring local talent held during the early evening hours in the Municipal Lot adjacent to the Eyer Building, 317 Main Street.
Back in Town Neil Hoselton
This is a free concert series featuring local talent held during the early evening hours in the Municipal Lot adjacent to the Eyer Building, 317 Main Street. Please visit www.eastrochester.org for more information.
The 6th Annual Brenton Bomber Classic
Come join the Brenton Jacob Memorial Fund for a fun-filled day celebrating Brenton, his love for baseball & raising funds to support our local youth and their sports dreams.
Junkyard Fieldtrip Michael Gladstone
Mr. Mustard Michael Cosco (FD Chicken BBQ)
Fireman’s Field Days Carnival
July 26th - July 28th. Held at East Rochester School Campus, 200 Woodbine Avenue Open to the public. This traveling carnival has rides, games and food for all ages. Chicken Bar-B-Que July 26th at 5:00 pm. Awesome fireworks displays adorns the sky on Saturday evening.
(7/26/2018 - 7/28/2018)
(7/28/2018 11:00 AM)
(7/28/2018 6:30 PM)
Karknocker 5K Race
July 28th, 9:00 am. 21st Annual event Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce to benefit the Finger Lakes Regional Burn Association is open to the public. The 5K Race & Walk will travel through the Town/Village on a USATF certified course.
Sam Urzetta Alumni Classic Golf Tournament
August 3rd, Registration begins at 7:30 am at Lima Country Club. Flyers and additional information available in early April. Go online to www.erschools.org/alumni. The 11th Annual event is sponsored by the East Rochester Alumni Foundation proudly supporting students and families in the East Rochester School District.
Presidents' Day Holiday - Town/Village offices will be closed
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East Rochester, New York 14445
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