Rochester Events

updated on 5/1/19

REGULAR CLUB MEETINGS

7th District Federated Garden Clubs New York State, Inc. meets the first Wednesday of the month. 7thdistrictfgcnys.org.

African Violet and Gesneriad Society of Rochester meets the first Wednesday of the month (except in summer), 7–9pm, Messiah Church, 4301 Mount Read Blvd., Rochester. All are welcome. June 5: Basic Plant Care. Stacey Davis, 585/426-5665; stacey.davis@rit.edu; avgsr.org.

Big Springs Garden Club of Caledonia-Mumford meets the second Monday evening of the month, September–November, January–May. New members and guests welcome. May 24–25: Perennial Sale, see Calendar (below). 585/314-6292; mdolan3@rochester.rr.com; Facebook.

Bloomfield Garden Club meets the third Thursday of the month (except May, July & August) at 11:45am, Veterans Park, 6910 Routes 5 & 20, Bloomfield. New members and guests welcome. May 18: Plant Sale, see Calendar (below). 585/657-4489; kjmonrad@frontiernet.net.

Bonsai Society of Upstate New York meets the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Brighton Town Park Lodge, Buckland Park, 1341 Westfall Road, Rochester. May 18–19: Spring Exhibition, see Calendar (below). 585/334-2595; Facebook; bonsaisocietyofupstateny.org. 

Country Gardeners of Webster meets the second Monday of the month (except Februrary, July & August) at 7pm at various locations. All aspects of gardening covered, outside speakers, projects, visits to local gardens, community gardening involvement. Includes coffee and social time. Guests welcome. 585/265-4762. 

Creative Gardeners of Penfield meets the second Monday of the month at 9:15am (except July & August), Penfield United Methodist Church, 1795 Baird Road, Penfield. May 13: A Walk in the Garden, 9:30am, tour a wooded yard and naturalized gardens in WebsterJune 7–8: Plant Sale, see Calendar (below).Visitors welcome. Call 585/385-2065 if interested in attending a meeting. 

Fairport Garden Club meets the third Thursday evening of each month (except August & January). Accepting new members. fairportgc@gmail.com; fairportgardenclub.com.

Garden Club of Brockport meets the second Wednesday of every month at 7pm, Jubilee Church, 3565 Lake Road, Brockport. Speakers, hands-on sessions. Georgie: 585/964-7754; georgietoates@yahoo.com.

Garden Club of Mendon meets the third Tuesday of the month, 10am–1pm, Mendon Community Center, 167 North Main Street, Honeoye Falls. Work on community gardens and gather new ideas in a casual, social environment. 585/624-8182; joanheaney70@gmail.com.

Garden Path of Penfield meets the third Wednesday of the month, September–May at 7pm, Penfield Community Center, 1985 Baird Road, Penfield. Members enjoy all aspects of gardening; new members welcome. gardenpathofpenfield@gmail.com.

Gates Garden Club meets the second Thursday of the month (except July & August) at 6:30pm, Gates Town Annex, 1605 Buffalo Road, Rochester. New members and guests welcome. 585/429-5996; may@gmail.com.

Genesee Region Orchid Society (GROS) meets the first Monday following the first Sunday of the month (September–December; February–May), Jewish Community Center, 1200 Edgewood Avenue, Rochester. GROS is an affiliate of the American Orchid Society (AOS) and Orchid Digest Corporation. facebook.com/geneseeorchid; geneseeorchid.org.

Genesee Valley Hosta Society meets the second Thursday of the month, April–October, at Eli Fagan American Legion Post, 260 Middle Road, Henrietta. 585/538-2280; sebuckner@frontiernet.net; geneseevalleyhosta.com.

Greater Rochester Iris Society (GRIS) meets Sundays at 2pm, dates vary, St. John’s Episcopal Church Hall, 11 Episcopal Avenue, Honeoye Falls. June 2: Iris Show, see Calendar (below). Public welcome. 585/266-0302; thehutchings@mac.com.

Greater Rochester Perennial Society (GRPS) meets the first Thursday of each month at 7pm, Twelve Corners Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall, 1200 South Winton Road, Rochester, except in summer when it tours members’ gardens. 585/467-1678; smag@rochester.rr.com; rochesterperennial.com.

Greater Rochester Rose Society meets the first Tuesday of the month at 7pm, First Unitarian Church, 220 Winton Road South, Room 110, Rochester. July meeting is a garden tour.June 8: Maplewood Rose Festival, info table, see Calendar (below)June 25: Rose Show, see Calendar (below). 585/694-8430; rochrosesociety@gmail.com; Facebook.

Henrietta Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of the month (except May–August & December) at 6:30pm, Henrietta Recreation Center, 605 Calkins Road, Henrietta. Guests welcome. Handicap accessible. 585/889-1547; henriettagardenclub@gmail.com; henriettagardenclub.org. 

Holley Garden Club meets the second Thursday of the month at 7pm, Holley Presbyterian Church. 585/638-6973. 

Hubbard Springs Garden Club of Chili meets the third Monday of the month at 7pm, Chili Senior Center, 3235 Chili Avenue, Rochester. dtoogood@rochester.rr.com. 

Ikebana International Rochester Chapter 53 meets the third Thursday of each month (except December and February) at 10am, First Baptist Church, Hubbell Hall, 175 Allens Creek Road, Rochester. May 16: Demonstration, Chiko School of Ikebana, 10am–12pm, $3 audit, $5 guestMay 18–19: Displays at Spring Bonsai Exhibition, see Calendar (below). 585/301-6727; 585/402-1772; rochesterikebana@gmail.com; ikebanarochester.org.

Kendall Garden Club meets the first Wednesday of the month at 7pm, Kendall Town Hall. 585/ 370-8964.

Lakeview Garden Club (Greece) meets the second Wednesday of the month (except January & February) at 7pm, meeting location varies depending on activity. Meetings may include a speaker, project or visits to local garden-related sites. New members always welcome. Joanne Ristuccia; rista1234@gmail.com.  

Newark Garden Club meets the first Friday of the month at 1pm, Park Presbyterian Church, Newark. Guests are welcome.

Pittsford Garden Club meets the third Tuesday of the month at 11am, Pittsford Public Library, Fisher Meeting Room, 24 State Street, Pittsford, except in July & August when it visits members’ gardens. May 18: Plant Sale, see Calendar (below).585/425-0766; BKRU888@aol.com; pittsfordgardenclub.wordpress.com.

Rochester Dahlia Societymeets the second Saturday of the month (except August & September) at 12pm, Trinity Reformed Church, 909 Landing Road North, Rochester. Visitors welcome. May 25 & 26: Plant Sales, see Calendar (below)September 14: Dahlia Show, see Calendar (below). 585/865-2291; Facebook; rochesterdahlias.org.

Rochester Herb Societymeets the first Tuesday of each month (excluding January, February & July) at 12pm, Potter Memorial Building, 53 West Church Street, Fairport. Summer garden tours. New members welcome. rochesterherbsociety.com. 

Rochester Permaculture Center meets monthly to discuss topics such as edible landscapes, gardening, farming, renewable energy, green building, rainwater harvesting, composting, local food, forest gardening, herbalism, green living, etc. Meeting location and details: meetup.com/rochesterpermaculture.

Seabreeze Bloomers Garden Club meets the fourth Wednesday of the month (except January) at 7pm, location varies depending on activity.Meetings may include a speaker, project or visit to local garden-related site.Members receive a monthly newsletter. New members welcome. 585/342-8653; bonniearnold@frontiernet.netor 585/342-3021; jen@adaras.com.

Stafford Garden Club meets the third Wednesday of the month (except December & January) at 7pm, Stafford Town Hall, 8903 Morganville Road (Route 237), Stafford. Plant auction in May. All are welcome. 585/343-4494.

Victor Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of the month (except January & February) at 6:30/6:45pm. New members welcome. Meeting and location details: victorgardenclubny2.com; 585/721-5457.

Williamson Garden Club. On-going community projects; free monthly lectures to educate the community about gardening. Open to all. 315/524-4204; grow14589@gmail.com; grow-thewilliamsongardenclub.blogspot.com. 

CLASSES / EVENTS

FREQUENT HOSTS

BGC: Broccolo Garden Center, 2755 Penfield Road, Fairport 14450. 585/424-4476; info@broccologroup.com.

CCE/MON: Cornell Cooperative Extension, Monroe County, 2449 St. Paul Blvd., Rochester, NY 14617. 585/753-2550; monroe.cce.cornell.edu. 

LET: Letchworth State Park Interpretive Program, Humphrey Nature Center, Letchworth State Park, Castile, NY 14427; 585/493-3625. 

LIN: Linwood Gardens, 1912 York Road West, Linwood, NY 14486. Facebook; linwoodgardens.org.

RPM: Rochester Public Market, 280 North Union Street, Rochester, NY. 585/428-6907; cityofrochester.gov/flowercitydays. 

F- Indicates activities especially appropriate for children and families.
S- Indicates plant sales.
T- Indicates garden tours.

F- Ongoing: Wildflower Display at Humphrey Nature Center, 10am–5pm. LET

Ongoing May–June: Volunteer Gardening Opportunities at Ganondagan. May 18:Planting Pumpkins, 9–10am. May:Planting White Corn, 9–11am, date TBD. June:Weeding & Bagging, 9am–12pm, date TBD. May/June:Weeding Water Garden, 9–11am, requires reaching underwater (thigh high) to pull cattails, must be at least 18 years old, date TBD. Ganondagan State Historic Site, Victor. Contact Tonia Galban, 585/398-6157; tonia.galban@parks.ny.gov.

F- Ongoing through June 29: Family Springtime Walk, Saturdays, 1–2:30pm. Approx. 1 mile. LET

May 14: Container Garden of Flowers & Herbs, 6pm. Janet Zent will guide participants in planting an edible and fragrant container using a selection of herbs & flowering plants. Materials included. $50. Registration required. Gallea’s Florist & Greenhouse, 2832 Clover Street, Pittsford. 585/586-3017; galleas.com.

May 16:Wildflower Walk, 1–4pm. East of Lee’s Landing. Led by naturalist Doug Bassett. Meet: Parade Grounds parking lot. Group will carpool. LET

S- May 18: Pittsford Garden Club Plant Sale, 9am–12pm. Featuring annuals, perennials and herbs. Public parking lot behind Pittsford Library. pittsfordgardenclub.wordpress.com.

S- May 18: Town of Ontario Garden Club Plant Sale, 9am–1pm. Casey Park Lodge, Knickerbocker Road Parks and Recreation, Ontario. 

S- May 18: Native Plant Sale, 9am–2pm. Native trees, shrubs and wildflowers. All proceeds benefit Genesee Land Trust. Brighton Town Hall, 2300 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester. Genesee Land Trust, 585/256-2130; geneseelandtrust.org. 

S- May 18: Bloomfield Garden Club Plant Sale, 9am–3pm. Annuals, herbs, hanging baskets & home grown perennials. Bloomfield Historical Academy Building, 8 South Ave, Bloomfield. 585/314-6966. 

May 18: Learn How to Make Hypertufa Pots, 10–11:30am. Participants will create their own to take home. $15. Registration required. BGC

May 18: Japanese Garden Tour, 1:30–4pm. Tour a private garden in Irondequoit. Includes sushi and sake samples. Proceeds benefit the Loop Urban Food Pantry. $10 advance; $15 door. Advance registration required by 3pm, May 15. Mail checks payable to: Loop Ministries, 111 N. Chestnut Street, Rochester, 14604. 585/454-3367 x14; drstaneck@loopministries.org.

May 18–19: Linwood Tree Peony Festival, 9am–4pm. Stroll the grounds among the collection of Japanese and American tree peonies at this private garden located in the Genesee Valley. The landscape was designed in the early 1900s with an Arts and Crafts style summerhouse, walled gardens with pools and fountains, ornamental trees and an open view of the valley. $10, cash or personal check only; $15 includes historical tour. LIN

May 18–19: Visit Ellwanger Garden, 10am–4pm. Enjoy spring perennials, flowering shrubs and bulbs. 625 Mt. Hope Avenue, Rochester. landmarksociety.org.

May 18–19: Bonsai Open House & Sale, 10am–4pm. International Bonsai Arboretum, 1070 Martin Road, West Henrietta. Free. 585/334-2595. 

May 18–19: Spring Bonsai Exhibition, 10am–5pm. Presented by Bonsai Society of Upstate New York. Monroe Community Hospital, corner East Henrietta & Westfall Roads, Rochester. $5; $3 seniors. 585/334-2595; Facebook; bonsaisocietyofupstateny.org.

May 18–19: Ikebana at Spring Bonsai Exhibition, 10am–5pm. Japanese flower arrangements on display. Demonstration, Sunday, 2pm. Monroe Community Hospital, corner East Henrietta & Westfall Roads, Rochester. $5; $3 seniors. ikebanarochester.org.

S- May 19:Flower City Days at the Market, 8am–2pm. Shop ornamental, flowering and vegetable plants from over 100 local nurseries and growers. RPM

May 19: Springtime Walk, 10am–1pm. Highbanks Trail, Mt. Morris Canyon. Led by naturalist Steph Spittal. Approx. 2 miles. Bring a lunch. Meet: Mt. Morris entrance gate. Group will car pool. LET

May 19: Discovering the Woods & Wildlife around You, 1–4:30pm. Workshop, 1–3:30pm; Woods Walk, 3:30–4:30pm. Knowledgeable presenters will cover: invasive species impact & management; bird watching; wildlife species & behaviors; tick habitat, biology and control. Woods walk participants will learn to identify tree species using leaves, bark and other defining characteristics. Youth attendees will receive a Tree ID guide. Free. Registration required: events.cornell.edu. CCE/MON

S- May 24–25: Big Springs Garden Club Perennial Sale, Friday, 9am–4pm; Sunday, 9am–2pm. Many varieties available. Memorial Park, Caledonia. Facebook. 

S- May 24–27:Flower City Days at the Market, Friday, Sunday & Monday, 8am–2pm. See description under May 19. RPM

S- May 25: Market in the Park, 8am–1pm. Local vendors and clubs offering a wide variety of plant material. Location: Warner Castle, 5 Castle Park, Rochester. CCE/MON

S- May 25:Rochester Dahlia SocietyPlant Sale, 8am–1pm. Market in the Park(above), 5 Castle Park, Rochester. rochesterdahlias.org.

May 25–26: Linwood Tree Peony Festival, 9am–4pm. See description under May 18. $10, cash or personal check only; $15 includes historical tour. LIN

S- May 26:Rochester Dahlia SocietyPlant Sale, 7am–1pm. Rochester Public Market, 280 N. Union Street, Rochester. rochesterdahlias.org.

May 27: Memorial Tree Walk, 2–4pm. Led by naturalist Doug Bassett. Approx. 1 mile. LET

Ongoing June–August: Volunteer Gardening Opportunities at Ganondagan. Weekly weeding. Independent or with team leader. Ganondagan State Historic Site, Victor. Contact Tonia Galban, 585/398-6157; tonia.galban@parks.ny.gov.

June 1: Odyssey to Ithaca Day Trip. Join UGJ staff as we travel by motor coach to tour the Ithaca region. Highlights include a visit to Cornell Lab of Ornithology; shopping at a variety of nurseries including Baker’s Acres and Cayuga Landscape; wine tasting and more. Lunch included. $82. Registration required. Please call to reserve your seat: 716/432-8688; 585/591-2860. Upstate Gardeners’ Journal, 390 Hillside Avenue, Rochester, NY 14610. upstategardenersjournal.com.

June 1–2: Linwood Tree Peony Festival, 9am–4pm. See description under May 18. $10, cash or personal check only; $15 includes historical tour. LIN

S- June 2:Flower City Days at the Market, 8am–2pm. See description under May 19. RPM

June 2:Springtime Walk, 10am–1pm. St. Helena Trail, visiting the river. Led by naturalist Steph Spittal. Approx. 2 miles. Bring a lunch. Meet: Lowest St. Helena parking area. LET

June 2: Iris Show, 1–5:30pm. Presented by Greater Rochester Iris Society. The public is invited to submit irises for judging. Marketplace Mall, Miracle Mile Drive, Rochester. Schedule & information: 585/266-0302; thehutchings@mac.com.

June 4: Living Wreath, 6pm. Choose from an assortment of succulents plus flowering and foliage plants to create a wreath that can be used outdoors through the summer and then brought inside. Materials included. $64.80. Registration required. Gallea’s Florist & Greenhouse, 2832 Clover Street, Pittsford. 585/586-3017; galleas.com.

June 6: Early Summer Tour of Robin Hill Arboretum & Nature Preserve, 10am–12:30pm. Naturalists Carol and Dave Southby will lead this tour of a private property turned nature preserve containing over 250 mature tree specimens including 7 New York State Champion Big Trees. Free. Membership & registration required: flowercitygardennetwork@gmail.com. Flower City Garden Network.

June 6: Designing a Kitchen Garden with Herbs in Mind, 6–7:30pm. Jarmila Haseler will discuss benefits of herbs, uses in cooking, growing requirements and will demonstrate how to design a patio herb container. $15. Registration required. BGC

S- June 7–8: Creative Gardeners of Penfield Plant Sale, Friday, 9am–4pm; Saturday, 9am–12pm. Plant sale & raffle. 107 Huntington Meadow, Rochester. 

June 8: Glass Lantern Sand Painted Centerpiece, 10–11:30am. Create a one-of-a-kind centerpiece using succulents planted in a colorful sand painting. $25. Registration required. BGC

F- June 8: Maplewood Rose Festival, 10am–6:30pm. Maplewood Rose Garden, 100 Maplewood Avenue, Rochester. Facebook. 

June 8–9: Peony & Rose Weekend at Ellwanger Garden, 10am–4pm. Heirloom roses, peonies and irises. 625 Mt. Hope Avenue, Rochester. landmarksociety.org.

S- June 9: Flower City Days at the Market, 8am–2pm. See description under May 19. RPM

S- June 9: Master Gardener Garage & Plant Sale, 9am–1pm. Gently used garden objects, tools, books, magazines & plants. CCE/MON

June 15: Made in the Shade, 10–11:30am. Jeanine Fyfe will share information about plants that thrive in the shade throughout the growing season. $15. Registration required. BGC

F- June 15: Pop-Up Creations – Garden Theme, 1:30–3:30pm. Learn to create handcrafted 3D works of art. Ages 12 – adult. Materials included. $45. Registration required. BGC

June 18: Purposeful Perennials – Using Perennials in Containers, 6–7:30pm. Garden designer Christine Froehlich will discuss container plantings that perform well through summer and into fall. She will cover potting mix, varieties that do well in containers, planting for optimum performance and combinations for sun and shade. $15. Registration required. BGC

June 20: MingleNest Gardens, 6:30–8pm. Follow hillside garden paths through areas that include ponds, waterfall, gazebo, work shed, stone walls, mature trees, shrubs, perennials & annuals. Free for members and a guest. Membership & registration required: flowercitygardennetwork@gmail.com. Flower City Garden Network.

June 20–21: Flower Show, Thursday, 2–5pm; Friday, 8:30–10:30am. Ripple Effect. Hosted by Allyn’s Creek Garden Club & Rochester Garden Club. Free. Strathallan Hotel Century Club, 566 East Avenue, Rochester. 

June 25: Rose Show, 7–9pm. Presented by Greater Rochester Rose Society. First Unitarian Church, Williams Gallery, 220 Winton Road South, Rochester. 585/694-8430; rochrosesociety@gmail.com.

June 29: Mushroom Foray, 10am–4pm. Led by Rochester Area Mycological Association. Meet: St. Helena picnic area, upper shelter. LET

June 30: Fabric Decoupage Stepping Stones, 10–11:30am. Create your own unique garden accent pieces. $20. Registration required. BGC

July 6: Daylily Garden Open House, 1–5pm. Cobbs Hill Daylily Garden (a National Display Garden), Charlie and Judy Zettek, 1 Hillside Avenue, Rochester. 585/461-3317.

July 13: Houdini Hydrangea Blooms, 10–11:30am. Jeanine Fyfe will discuss proper growing conditions and when to prune. Participants receive 20% discount on hydrangea purchases. $15. Registration required. BGC

July 13: Daylily Garden Open House, 1–5pm. Cobbs Hill Daylily Garden (a National Display Garden), Charlie and Judy Zettek, 1 Hillside Avenue, Rochester. 585/461-3317.

T- July 14: ABC Garden Walk, 12–4pm. Stroll or bike the ABC Streets neighborhood, bounded by Culver Road, Park Avenue & Harvard Street. See a variety of approaches for city front, side and back yard spaces, perennials, annuals, porches, patios, decks, shade gardens, grass-less yards, tree-lawns, found objects, water features and more. Plant sales, artists, live music. Maps: Morrison Park, Culver Road & Harvard Street or East Avenue Dentistry, 1641 East Ave. Free. 585/721-8684; abc.streets@gmail.com; abcstreets.org.

SAVE THE DATE

T- July 20: Backyard Habitat Tour, 9am–4pm.Tour seven gardens in Rochester, Fairport & Victor. Self-paced. Ticket includes booklet with directions, garden photos & stories. $15 members; $20 non-members. Genesee Land Trust,46 Prince Street, Rochester. 585/256-2130; info@geneseelandtrust.org; geneseelandtrust.org.

July 25: Daylily Garden Open House, 4–7pm. Cobbs Hill Daylily Garden (a National Display Garden), Charlie and Judy Zettek, 1 Hillside Avenue, Rochester. 585/461-3317.

July 28: Daylily Garden Open House, 1–5pm. Cobbs Hill Daylily Garden (a National Display Garden), Charlie and Judy Zettek, 1 Hillside Avenue, Rochester. 585/461-3317.

August 3: Daylily Garden Open House, 1–5pm. Cobbs Hill Daylily Garden (a National Display Garden), Charlie and Judy Zettek, 1 Hillside Avenue, Rochester. 585/461-3317.

September 14: Dahlia Show. Presented by Rochester Dahlia Society. Bristol’s Garden Center, 7454 Route 96, Victor. rochesterdahlias.org.

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Pauline June 21, 2016 at 9:25 pm

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Winona Woods Garden Tour to feature 8 gardens

The Winona Woods Neighborhood Association Garden Tour will feature eight houses on Winona Boulevard and its adjoining streets June 26 in West Irondequoit. Pictured, from left: are Garden Tour Committee members Pat Zacharias, Heide Jorgensen, Pauline Leakey and Michelle Reichert. PHOTO PROVIDED
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The Winona Woods Neighborhood Association Garden Tour will feature eight houses on Winona Boulevard and its adjoining streets in West Irondequoit from noon to 5 p.m. June 26, rain or shine.

Attendees will view how large and small spaces are transformed by creative gardening, learn the history of the sunken garden on the corner of Winona and St. Paul boulevards and view waterfalls, fountains and various flowers and plants.

Proceeds will be used to pay for flowers around each street sign along St. Paul Boulevard from Winona Boulevard to Titus Avenue. Tickets cost $5 and can be purchased by calling 585-266-5018; in person at Genrich’s Florist & Greenhouse, 375 Cooper Road, Rochester and Personal Designs Florist, 696 Titus Ave., Rochester; or online at winonawoods.com.

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CHARYLL MONK April 12, 2016 at 9:02 am

June 18 from 10 am – 4 pm: A RAINBOW OF GARDENS- The 20th Annual GPAS Garden Tour, a fundraiser for the Greece Performing Arts Society, featuring eight (8) gardens in Greece, with live music, light refreshments, and visual artists in each garden. Tickets available May 7 for $17 ($22 on day-of-tour) at local outlets. Call (585) 234-5636 for info.

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Grace March 9, 2016 at 6:50 pm

Hi,
The date in your website for the Ikebana & Orchid Show @ MCC is not for this year. Can you provide the dates for the show this year, 2016 please? Thanks, Grace

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cathym March 10, 2016 at 3:23 pm

Thank you- the incorrect dates have been removed.

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janem May 18, 2016 at 11:53 am

Sorry that we missed this.

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Judy Conley February 29, 2016 at 11:27 am

Hello, are these current events for 2016?

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cathym March 10, 2016 at 3:22 pm

Yes- the events are updated bi-monthly.

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janem May 18, 2016 at 11:55 am

Yes!

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Mary Starbuck April 14, 2015 at 3:45 pm

Hello
I am traveling with friends and will be in Rochester the day and evening of Friday July 10. Can you tell me more about this? July – August 7: Moonlight Stroll Concert Series, Friday evenings. SG

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janem April 15, 2015 at 10:40 am

Sure — get in touch with Sonnenberg Gardens or visit their website at sonnenberg.org. Thanks for reading! — Jane

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Jeffrey Botelho April 7, 2015 at 9:25 am

Hello,were a vendor selling wrought iron garden accessories .We’re wondering if you might be able to accommodate us with a space for the Lilac Fest ? Thank you so very much !

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janem April 9, 2015 at 2:29 pm

I have emailed the organizer and will get back to you on this. — Jane

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Grace Maxon-Clarke April 6, 2015 at 7:47 pm

May 1st – 3rd : Designing Edible Ecosystems at SUNY Oswego (Oswego,N.Y.) with Ecologist and Author, Dave Jacke. For more information and to register go to http://www.oswego.edu/permaculture or http://www.facebook.com/sunyozpll

Thanks for sharing :)

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