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.
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.
The 6th Annual Brenton Bomber Classic
Home Grown Special – TBD
ER Night at Frontier Field with the Red Wings
East Rochester presents a night at Frontier Field with the Rochester Red Wings. Tickets are normally $9.00 per person for section 227, available at the group rate of $7.00 per person.
Tickets can be purchased at the Clerk's office.
Scare Away Brain Cancer 5K
October 13th, 9:00 am. 10th 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, 24 2018. 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
November 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 Verzella Gazebo at Edmund Lyon Park, 750 Main Street in view of “The Station of Hero’s”.
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East Rochester, New York 14445
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