GCMuseum

A Festival of Fall at Genesee Country Museum Oct. 4-5

In a New York State tradition that dates back to 1816, on Oct. 4-5 Genesee Country Village & Museum presents its 35th annual Fall Festival and Agricultural Fair with all the color, excitement and festivities of days past. Prize-winning sheep, oxen, and cows are on display, in addition to a Continue reading →

park

Parks & Trails New York offers grants for park and trail groups

Parks & Trails New York is launching the latest round of its Growing the Grassroots capacity building grants for park and trail groups in New York State. The grants, which have increased in size to up to $4,000, will strengthen not-for-profit organizations that are working to build and protect parks Continue reading →

Child Safety Seat Award

Noyes Health Recognized for Passenger Safety Program

In celebration of the ten year anniversary of Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Child Passenger Safety Program in Livingston County, Noyes Health System received an award for being an active partner from the start-up. Noyes Health was recognized by Cornell Cooperative Extension and Senator Young for its ten years of “Dedication to Continue reading →

Thousands of miles, several movie appearances and more than 140 years after leaving the Cunningham Carriage Factory on Litchfield Street in Rochester, New York, a late-19th century brougham-style carriage returned home on Tuesday, September 30.

Historic Carriage Returns to Rochester

Thousands of miles, several movie appearances and more than 140 years after leaving the Cunningham Carriage Factory on Litchfield Street in Rochester, New York, a late-19th century brougham-style carriage returned home on Tuesday, September 30. After sitting vacant for 25 years, DePaul is getting ready to re-open the doors of Continue reading →

Walk for justice

Shining a light on New York’s most vulnerable

by Janet Olexy Jonathan Carey was born on September 12, 1993. Hoping to help Jonathan, who was developmentally disabled and autistic learn to be toilet trained and able to dress himself, his parents enrolled him in a residential school that specialized in helping children with autism when he was 9. Nineteen months Continue reading →