Monday, May 18, 2015

2015 Fairport NY Memorial Day Parade


Do you enjoy a great parade? 

Each Memorial Day, this year it is May 25th,  the streets of Fairport Village come alive with neighbors lining the streets to honor veterans and listen to local bands.

Join your friends and watch the entertainment as the parade participants walk the parade route to Potter Park.


Literally right down the hill from StoneBrook is Noonan’s Pub


Literally right down the hill from StoneBrook is Noonan’s Pub at 7408 Pittsford Palmyra Rd.   Noonan’s is neighborhood bar and grill, locally owned, and carries local beers and wine.  It has 46 different beers on tap and 50 more in bottles and cans.  Noonan’s also offers 30 different wines ranging from local favorites from the Finger Lakes to larger brands.  Come for happy hour, Monday thru Friday, 11:30am – 6pm.

Hungry?  Noonan’s offers a broad range of food from soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers and entrees. 

And, you can’t help but notice the large outdoor patio that will be a crowd-pleaser once the weather warms up a bit. 

Visit our neighbors down the hill today!


Fairport teacher selected for Teachers Hall of Fame

Richard T. Ognibene, a chemistry and physics teacher at Fairport High School, received the news at a student award ceremony Friday.
Ognibene has received a number of honors during his 28 years at Fairport. He received the 2002 American Chemical Society Teacher of the Year Award and the 2006 Fairport High School Crystal Apple Award for excellence in teaching.
He was also named New York State Teacher of the Year in 2008.

Ognibene has been an outspoken advocate for public school teachers. Earlier this year, he co-authored along with six other former state Teachers of the Year,an open letter to Gov. Cuomo, saying that they take personal offense at his education reform measures.
He has also served as an adviser to his district's Gay Straight Alliance and is an active member of the Fairport Educators Association.
The National Teachers Hall of Fame was founded in 1989 in Emporia, Kansas, to recognize outstanding career teachers and to inspire others to enter the teaching profession. To date, 115 teachers have been inducted from 37 states.

Joining Ognibene in the Hall's class of 2015 are Patricia Jordan (Roslyn, New York), Susan Rippe (Olathe, Kansas), Ben Talley (Bristol, Virginia) and Brigitte Tennis (Redmond, Washington).
Induction ceremonies will be held in Washington, D.C., in May with formal ceremonies in Emporia, Kansas, in June.

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New York State Teacher of the Year, Rich Ognibene, listens to questions from the crowd during the forum held at Minerva DeLand School. (Photo: MAX SCHULTE/@maxrocphoto/, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)

The Fairport Farmers' Market has Started it’s Season


Fairport’s little gem, The Fairport Farmers' Market, is due to start it’s season. The Market begins the first Saturday in May and concludes the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Depending upon the month, you might find flowers, vegetables, fruit, honey, syrup, baked goods, or decorative items.

The only Saturday that the market is closed during the market season is for the annual Canal Days festival on the first weekend in June. All other weekends, the market is open rain or shine.

The Market is located in the parking lot behind the Bank Of America at 58 South Main Street (rt. 250), Fairport.  Parking is available in the Village Landing lot, as well as on the street, and in the Packetts Landing lot across the street.  Please keep your pets at home; the Market has a “No pets allowed” policy.

Vendors


Organizations

Farmers' Market Federation of New York

A number of our vendors are members of the Pride Of New York program