July 26 — Red Eye Jack — Rocking Country @ Eyer Building Parking Lot
This is a free concert series featuring local talent held during the early evening hours.
Chicken BBQ will be Held on July 26th and the Carnival begins on the 27th.
Come out and have some fun.
Summer Concert Series — Ruby Shooz
June 28 — Ruby Shooz — 50's and 60's Party Band @ Building Parking Lot
Summer Concert Series — Junk Yard Field Trip
July 12 — Junk Yard Field Trip — @ Eyer Building Parking Lot
(7/26/2017 5:00 PM - 7/29/2017 11:30 PM)
East Rochester Fire Department Carnival 2017
(7/28/2017 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM)
(7/29/2017 10:30 AM)
(7/29/2017 6:30 PM)
Sam Urzetta Alumni Classic Golf Tournament
August 4th Registration begins at 7:30 am at the Lima Country Club. Flyers and additional information available in early April. Go to www.erschools.org/alumni.cfm. The 10th Annual event is sponsored by the East Rochester Alumni Foundation proudly supporting students and families in the East Rochester School District.
Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony
May 26th, 10:30 am. A day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service. Beginning at Debbie Supply, 453 W. Commercial St., many Veterans, marching bands and youth sports teams participate. At the conclusion of the parade, a memorial ceremony is held at the Gazebo in Edmund Lyon Park, 750 Main St.
Me & The Boys Christian Guarnere
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.
Junkyard Fieldtrip Michael Gladstone
Mr. Mustard Michael Cosco (FD Chicken BBQ)
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