The Little House Needs a Little Help

In July of 2018, Historic Pittsford launched a campaign to raise $25,000
for restoration, repair and maintenance of the Little House.
Click on the "I want to Help" button to donate.


   Or, mail your contribution to:  
   Historic Pittsford - Restoration Campaign - 18 Monroe Avenue - Pittsford, NY 14534

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"Partnering up to preserve Pittsford's history" by Ernst Lamothe, Jr. (a freelance writer from Rochester)

Audrey Johnson and Vicki Profitt, two women who serve on the Historic Pittsford board, are now co-writing a book entitled Pittsford for Arcadia Publishing. The book will feature numerous stories and never-before-seen pictures of early settlers and essential people who contributed to making the suburb a vibrant community. (2012)    
(Click here to read the entire Democrat and Chronicle article written by Lamothe.)

Celebrate the Barns of Pittsford

This program was a self guided driving tour (see map) of some of the barns that appear on the Barn Poster. The tour was designed and coordinated by an Historic Pittsford committee comprised of: Margaret Caraberis Brizee, Liz Jackson-Renner, Audrey Johnson, Mary Menzie, Bonnie Salem and Deborah Scrantom Resch. Historic Pittsford thanks the owners of the selected barns: Mr. and Mrs. William Cherry, Mark Greene and John Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. William Willard, Ms. Mary Menzie, Mr. Paul Knickerbocker, Shelley O"Brien and Nadia Rusinovich and Mr. Larry Knickerbocker (2010)

Dedication of Sculpture and Garden

A natural stone water sculpture and outdoor garden was added and dedicated outside the new library in memory of Jackie Webber, a long-time Board member of Historic Pittsford. (2008)

Historic Pittsford Aids New Orleans

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the Board of Directors of Historic Pittsford voted to make a contribution to the Preservation Resources Center of New Orleans and invited the community to participate. With the help of the community, Historic Pittsford made a gift of $1,000 in support of the restoration efforts. (2006)

Historic Pittsford Supports the Town's Barn Project

The Jefferson Road Schyler Barns were saved with the help of the Historic Pittsford committee, which was able to raise about $35,000. The town had to replace the roof to keep the structure viable and later, new wood windows, siding, and carpentry work were completed. (2005)