Thursday, April 20, 2017
Do you like outdoor concerts?
Spend your summer nights at one of Perinton's Summer concert series. The Center Stage Concert Series takes place Sunday evenings from July 9 - September 10 at 6:00pm at the amphitheater at Center Park. Events include concessions featuring local food trucks, hamburgers and hot dogs by the Lion's Club, and Moonlight Creamery. Enjoy your Sunday evenings listening to great music with your family and neighbors.
Mark Your Calendar for the Village of Fairport Canal Days 2017
Fairport Canal Days is just around the corner.
Fairport Canal Days – celebrating our 41st year as one of the premier juried art festivals in the Northeast alongside the scenic village on the historic Eric Canal.
- Located in Fairport, NY: a "front-porch" friendly village, located on the scenic Erie Canal
- Sponsored by the Fairport Perinton Merchants Association
This year the events of Canal Days will be on:
Friday, June 2, 2017, with a Chicken BBQ 4:30-9:00
Saturday, June 3, 2017 Artisans, Vendors, and Entertainment 10:00 – 6:00
Sunday, June 4, 2017 10:00-5:00
Come and enjoy over 200 artisans, many find food vendors, and great live music. It’s family friendly, and fantastic fun. (Please note: Fairport Canal Days has a no Pet Policy.)
At StoneBrook Townhomes & Cottages, the Crescent Trail is can be found directly across from the Clubhouse. StoneBrook has plenty of open space and also access to this gem of a trail system. The Crescent trailhead is clearly marked and given our mild weather, has been walkable or hikeable all winter. A short, hilly section on the StoneBrook property leads you over Thayer Road. Hiking a bit further takes you to the main trail. Heading south will hook in to the Jensen Stables & Horse Farm loop. What a beautiful vista you will encounter. So, if a sunny day is beckoning you to discover a new hiking trail, don’t overlook this gem right here on StoneBrook property.
Before the Crescent TrailMany years before the Crescent Trail was a footpath, and almost a decade before the founding of the Crescent Trail Hiking Association, the idea for the trail was "blazed" by a series of circumstances, decisions, and actions.
The Town of Perinton had experienced phenomenal development and population growth in the 1960's with more than 15,000 residents moving into the area. If the Town did not have a way to control growth and development, Perinton could become an environmental mess.
With changes in NYS law, in 1971, Perinton appointed 9 resident volunteers to serve as an Environmental Conservation Committee. They conducted an inventory of all undeveloped land and also recommended programs for the preservation of critical environmental areas. By Sept of 1971, they completed their inventory and began to serve in an official role known as the Perinton Environmental Conservation Board.
The Birth of the Crescent TrailThe large blocks of undeveloped land in the Eco plans report were mostly clustered in an arc extending between the southwestern and northeastern quadrants of Perinton. As members of the Conservation Board talked with landowners about Easements and LDDs, they came up with the idea of preserving the land -- in a way that would inter-connect many of the open spaces. The arc became the "crescent" and the objective was to create a footpath "trail" that would enable public access to, and appreciation of, Perinton's environmental legacy.
The Village of Fairport is celebrating 150 Years, 1867-2017!
April 14-29, Scavenger Hunt
April 18 – Presentation at Fairport Historical Museum
April 29- 1800’s Exhibition Baseball Game
April 30- Pop UP Picnic @ Potter Place
For more information about any of these events visit www.fairportny.com
Friday, March 3, 2017
Learn about our fascinating Fairport history at a presentation, “Who moved my House?” Many structures in Fairport and Perinton were relocated, literally picked up and moved to a different location.
The Perinton historian, Bill Poray, will share the history behind what structures were moved and why.
Please pre-register for this event which takes place on March 15th from 7-8pm in the Community Room at the Fairport Public Library.
Even in March, we are continually awed at the remarkable wildlife found in our StoneBrook Community. Our ponds at StoneBrook Townhomes & Cottages are active with ducks and geese. And on a sunny, warm day we caught this beautiful hawk enjoying the view from one of our townhomes. Yet, StoneBrook is less than 4 miles from Eastview Mall, 6 miles to the NYS Thruway and 2 miles to both Tops and Wegmans. We are close to everything you need, yet beautiful vistas, wildlife and green space can be enjoyed every day at StoneBrook Townhomes and Cottages, in Fairport, NY.
This area is home to lots of wildlife!
Interested in making Stonebrook your home?
Come visit our Leasing office at 30 Stonebrook Dr., Fairport (585) 713-1090 or at www.rentstonebrook.com
Do you have access to treadmills, an elliptical cross-trainer, upright bike, and a weight machine within walking distance to your home? Residents at StoneBrook Townhomes & Cottages do! Leasing a home at StoneBrook includes access to the exercise room equipped with all of the equipment above, located in our Clubhouse which is walking distance from any home in the Community. And when the outdoor, heated swimming pool opens for the season, our residents can relax and meet neighbors while enjoying the pool.
Additionally, the Perinton Community and Aquatic Center is less than a 3 mile drive from StoneBrook and is available to all persons residing in Perinton. Fitness classes and instruction, 55+ programs, and adult enrichment classes are offered; and, the Community Center houses an aquatic center. So if easy access to exercise is important to you, check out our amenities at StoneBrook Townhomes & Cottages.
30 Stonebrook Dr.
Fairport, New York