Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Construction of our 3rd and final phase of townhomes and cottages continues to push on. There is an abundant amount of activity that continues up on the hill. Foundations are being dug, the sound of nails striking into wood frames echo in the crisp air. This is the sound of progress!
This final phase of rental homes will include 17 cottage homes and 9 townhomes. All of the townhomes and many of the cottages will include lower levels (“Plus” homes) which add flexibility with a 500SF finished living area as well as a large unfinished area ideal for storage. Builder and developer Todd Longwell has included many features found in his custom homes, such as archways, crown molding, 9 and 12-foot ceilings, and transom windows.
Visit us in Fairport, New York and see why we feel StoneBrook is the most unique rental community in the area. Leasing office open 12-4pm daily; closed Sundays.
Why not create a terrarium?
Terrariums are a great option for those with minimal garden space (think: renters!) yet want the beauty of greenery in and around their home. Join Kathleen Rullo, owner of Jardin Terrariums in Fairport, who will build 2 terrariums (which will be raffled off) at the “Terrariums by Jardin Terrariums” program at the Fairport Library on January 25th.
From 7-8pm Kathleen will talk about the history of these small, lush gardens, the difference between open and closed terrariums, and how to select a container and plants.
Advanced registration is required and begins on Dec. 28th at 9am.
Daily passenger cruises between Rochester and Cobourg, Canada started in 1909 and continued through 1950. Many Rochestarians remember the service and have fond memories of the 10-hour cruise. Between Memorial Day and late September, up to 1,000 passengers could enjoy the trip across Lake Ontario on a ferryboat equipped with a dining area, picnic area, orchestra and dance floor. Once in Cobourg, passengers could shop on Main St. and stroll through the town square.
On January 17th from 7-9pm in the Fairport Public Library Community Room, Tom Brewer, a member of the NY Museum of Transportation will present a talk about the “Cobourg Boat” as it was referred to. Tom’s speech, “A Steamer Trip on Lake Ontario: Rochester, NY to Cobourg, ON”, will take you through the history of this special trip before cars were prevalent and time had a very different meaning.
Advanced registration is required. http://fairportlibrary.evanced.info/signup/Calendar
Rytek Automotive is at your service. Located in Fairport and doing business here for over 21 years, Jim Ryckman and his competent staff can assist you with just about any car issues you encounter – from inspections to oil changes to major engine repairs.
Rytek is centrally located at 68 O’Connor Rd. in Fairport, very near Perinton Park and the Erie Canal. Check them out at www.RytekAuto.com; 585-377-2080.
Snow flying, have cabin fever? Check out the all the activities available through the Perinton Recreation Center. Located at 1350 Turk Hill Road, Fairport, New York.
The mission of the Perinton Recreation center is to provide safe and satisfying recreation programs, well maintained parks, and clear and comfortable leisure facilities. The Winter Program catalog is now available; registration begins January 3, 2017. An extensive catalog for 2017 will become available in print and on-line at www.perinton.org.
Some of the activities offered include:
- Daily fitness/Aquatic Center Activities
- Anytime Drop-In Gym
- Basketball, volleyball, pickle ball, table tennis,
Perinton Park and Recreation 55 Plus Programs
Perinton Park and Recreation 55 Plus Programs offer many activities for seniors and that includes transportation to and from the activity. Bingo, Bridge, Euchre are only a few. If you enjoy exercising you can join a Silver Sneakers Circuit activity, or Yoga. Want to know more about what is available, simply sign up for the 55 Plus Newsletter by going to Perinton.org, or call Amanda or Kim at (585) 223-1617.
Sunday, December 11, 2016
Fairport Pharmacy & Gift Shop focuses on individual attention to its customers, with great service, and has competitive prices. They can fill your prescription (and can DELIVER!) and help you with a variety of over-the-counter medications (i.e.: cold, allergy and pain medications) as well as vitamins and hygiene needs. How appropriate as the holidays approach, the gift shop features creations by local artisans and authors, many from Fairport! As you meander through the store you will find pottery, photographs, hand-crafted items made from glass, paper, metal, wood and fabric; jewelry, and handmade greeting cards. “Life Is Good” products are sold here as well. The Fairport Pharmacy is conveniently located at 122 Fairport Village Landing, in the same building that houses the Fairport Public Library.
Compane offers any two Happy Hour items for the price of one, and dining and bar service. This cozy, contemporary Italian restaurant and bar serves wood-fired pizzas, specialty pastas and wine. At Compane, the culinary team creates fresh-from-scratch pastas dough and sauces every day. Located at 80 North Main Street in Fairport, Compane is open Monday-Friday 4:30-10 PM, and Saturday from 4:30-11PM Closed on Sunday.
Christmas Countdown-a guide to purchasing gifts in the Village of Fairport-Looking for a gift for that special person or persons?
Find unique gifts located right inside the Canalside Gifts, 106 N. Main Street. Shop "the little gem of Fairport", where you will find unique gift ideas for even the hardest to shop for! And don’t be surprised if you walk out of the store with a few purchases for yourself! There are many gifts items to choose from including stia and Lizzy Jane jewelry. Right next door check out RVE for that outdoor enthusiast. Bicycles, and all the accessories you need are located at 168 S. Main Street. Main Street Mercantile describes itself as “a gathering of local crafters, artisans, vendors and collectors bringing you an array of gifts, home décor, crafts, works of art, unique pieces, souvenirs and treasures. Surely, a store that can pique your curiosity! Here you can find souvenirs, gifts, apparel and local art. Open Mon-Sat 10 am – 5 Pm and Thurs., till 8, Sunday 12-4. Gifts for everyone. Located at 62 N. Main Street, stop in to find just the right gift.
Ever wonder how Irving Berlin came to write the famous Christmas song? The Fairport Museum is hosting author, Michael Lasser, who tells the story of how Irving Berlin came to write, “White Christmas.” Michael Lasser is the co-author of America’s Songs: The Stories behind the Songs of Broadway, Hollywood and Tin Pan Alley, and the author of Americas’ Songs II. The event is planned for Tuesday, December 13, 2016, Fairport Museum, a book signing from 6 to 7, program at 7 PM. America’s Songs I, can be purchased for $33.95, and American’s Songs II, can be purchased for $34.95. This event is free, and is open to the public.