Published on Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Event date: 6/14/2017 Export event
This is a free concert series featuring local talent held during the early evening hours.
June 14 — Back in Town — Rock Favorites @ Eyer Building Parking Lot
June 28 — Ruby Shooz — 50's and 60's Party Band @ Building Parking Lot
July 12 — Junk Yard Field Trip — @ Eyer Building Parking Lot
July 26 — Red Eye Jack — Rocking Country @ Eyer Building Parking Lot
Aug 9 — Mr. Mustard — Beatles ~ Beatles ~ Beatles & New @ Eyer Building Parking Lot
Aug 24 — Home Grown Special @ Building Parking Parking Lot
Author: Town/Village of East Rochester
Tags: Summer Concert Series
Tuesday, September 26th 9:00 am - Noon
East Rochester Village Hall 317 Main St
Scare Away Brain Cancer 5K
October 14th, 9:00 am 9th Annual event sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 136 and open to the public. 5K race through the Town/Village on a USATF certified course. Prize money and medals will be awarded. For registration forms visit http://www.pcr-timing.com. Packet pickup is at Medved Running & Walking 3400 Monroe Avenue from10:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Youth Center Halloween Party
October 26th Held in the Quinzi Lodge at Eyer Park, 200 Wilson Ave. Fun activities include crafts, games, donuts and cider for East Rochester residents pre-school- 5th grade. Costumes are encouraged.
Veteran's Day Ceremony
Nov. 11th, 11:00 am American Legion Post #1917, local, county and state officials along with the public honor local, armed service veterans. Ceremony held at the Gazebo at Edmund Lyon Park, 750 Main Street in view of "The Station of Hero's".
Advent Tree Lighting Ceremony
December 3rd, 5:00 pm. Held at Verzella Gazebo in Edmund Lyon Park, 750 Main Street (location may change due to inclement weather) Open to the public. Sponsored by the Association of Churches and supported by the Town/Village of East Rochester to kick off the Advent Season.
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Town/Village of East Rochester
317 Main Street
East Rochester, New York 14445
: (585) 586-3553 | : (585) 419-8282
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