Seeking Docents to give House Tours - Call 585-247-7191 for more information or to volunteer.
A Spring Victorian Tea will be held at the Hinchey Homestead, 634 Hinchey Road with seatings at 12:00 noon and 2:30 on Sunday, May 18, 2014.
For reservations call Laura Nolan at 585-621-1468 by May 13. $15 pp with free valet parking.
|Monday, March 17
||“World War II to D-Day” by Gary Newman
Uniform, display items, US involvement before war declared , Rochester production and family involvement will be covered.
|Monday, April 21||“Heroes in the Attic” by Dennis Bielewicz
Hear how Civil War related documents were found in a secret room of an abandoned house that lead to personal stories of two area Civil War volunteers.
|Monday, May 19
||1964 World’s Fair
A video presentation that relives the dazzle, wonder and fun of the 1964 World’s Fair. This extraordinary document takes a fresh look at the sights and sounds of this once in a lifetime event.
|Monday, June 16||Aeolian Pipe Organ Restored - Kathleen Connor
Curator at George Eastman House will tell how the fire damaged organ was restored to its status as the world’s largest pipe organ in a residence.