Rachel Pulvino, Director of Communications and Public Relations at Visit Rochester, talked about the 50th Annual Corn Hill Arts Festival. This signature summer event will be held July 14th and 15th 2018 and features over 200 juried artists, 25 musical performances, and festival food favorites.
Bob Hobday, Deputy Director of the Antique Wireless Museum, speaks about the extensive collection and the dedicated efforts of an entirely volunteer-based team. Open Tuesday and Saturday each week, guests are welcome to stroll individually through history or join a guided tour.
Carly Morabito, Marketing Manager at Belhurst Castle, talks about on the location of the castle. Sitting on the shores of Seneca Lake in the heart of the Fingerlakes region this once private residence has become a great location to kickoff any Finger Lakes getaway.
Katelyn Cantu, Associate Artistic Director at Bristol Valley Theater, introduced this family-friendly location situated in Naples, NY, just an hour southeast of Rochester. Funny, exciting, and entertaining, there is something for everyone here.
Peter Jemison, Historic Site Manager at Ganondagan, discussed the impact and value of having a site dedicated to a Native American theme. As the only Seneca town developed and interpreted in the U.S., this location is a one-of-a-kind experience.
Mark Gilbride, Owner of Lazy Acre Alpaca, talks about what’s involved in running a working farm that specializes in alpacas. Guided tours leave all visitors feeling informed and intrigued to learn more about the fluffy creatures.