Enjoy a cello and harp concert by neighbor Ben Krug and Grace Browning, RPO musicians. They will be putting on a family-friendly presentation on Saturday, March 26th from 1-2 pm. Refreshments following the performance. All are welcome!
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With 250-year-old oaks, and other old growth forest inhabitants, visit with the SW Garden Group on May 26. Meet at 3 PM on top of Cobbs Hill, at the bulletin board on the right. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we know who to wait for. Also observe art on old water towers. Should last about an hour. Note there are some gentle hills we will be traversing. Hope to see you there!
See Sept/Oct issue of (585)magazine for this article on how volunteers have renovated the historic Rochester graveyard, under the stewardship of our friend John Curran. John is a member of the 19th Ward Community Association's History and Archives Committee. As the opening sentence says, "one of Rochester's best-kept secrets is a pioneer cemetery in the 19th Ward."
Read history of the cemetery and recent…Continue
Here is some exciting news!
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Retrieved from the Arnett Branch Library Facebook page:
Our neighbors and friends from the University of Rochester and the Southwest Family YMCA created a cool about an awesome local restaurant, Zoc's Gourmet Burgers and Shakes. They also created a lot of nice literature for Zoc's which we will post in the comments section of the Arnett Branch Library's version of this post.…
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Check out this cool 30-sec. spot:
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In case you missed the parade or news of it on Ch. 10, here's a link to a D&C article, including photos from the parade.…Continue
The author of Love Like Sky, Leslie Youngblood, will be visiting the Arnett Branch Library today:
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Recently, 19th Ward Community Cats brought in over a ton of clothing and household goods for its “Stuff the Truck” fundraiser. With a cash donation, the total earned was $485. Plans are to make this an annual event. Thank you to all who helped and donated.
This year has brought an explosion of kittens! The group purchased a kitty condo on wheels, foldable, with two doors and three shelves to care for some of them. Terri has recruited 2 more foster homes to help with our surplus of…Continue
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Mayor Warren's State of the City Address includes a focus on schools, community development, and policing.
After laying out a vision of hope,…Continue
Do you want to spread the word on how much you love your favorite library? This is the week to do it! The Rochester Regional Library Council is taking nominations for their Library of the Year Contest. Eligible libraries can be found under various headings. The Arnett Branch and the Phillis Wheatley Libraries, for instance, are found under the Monroe County Library System Libraries button. :) Here is the link to vote:…Continue
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The Southwest Tribune ran an excellent interview of…Continue
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Bill Nichtauser's going away party is now on video: https://youtu.be/jDxxjjsTe48
There was great music and a great time celebrating Bill !
Date: August 9, 2018
Place: Amphitheater at Brooks Landing, Plymouth and Brooks, near the Staybridge
See the "after party," across…
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Don't know what to do with all of those snapshots from adventures spent together? Why not make your own photo album! In this workshop, we will work in pairs to personalize and bind our own book to bring home! Couples can expect to work together to paste, sew and fold as a team to create a timeless album that will hold their memories for a lifetime. Feel free to bring in any of your own photographs sized 8x10" and smaller, along with any other two-dimensional form of memorabilia!
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Did you know that you can vote for Arnett Branch Library or the Phillis Wheatley Community as the 2018 Public Library of the Year? If you click on the Monroe County Libraries button at this link you will find the Arnett and Wheatley Branch Library options: https://rrlc.org/services/advocacy/libraryoftheyear/
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