"The Erie Canal Nature Preserve
Pond and Wetland Sustainability Project"
A Talk by Robert C. Corby (March 2022)
"Pittsford Greenbelt Association
- Past, Present, Future"
The history of The Greenbelt Association, its role in the Greenprint, the benefits we see today and the opportunities we have for the future as community members. Presented by Maria Rudzinski, President of the Greenbelt Association and a Senior Planner in the Ontario County Planning Department.
“Did You Want to Borrow a Book?”
A History of the Pittsford Community Library
Presented by Audrey Maxfield Johnson,
Town of Pittsford Historian
Nov 16, 2021
Sponsored by Pittsford Community Library and Historic Pittsford.
"Red and Lulu" presented by Mrs. Claus
Mrs. Claus wanted to read another story this year after greeting so many at Candlelight Night 2021. Cozy up and listen as she interprets Red and Lulu, written and illustrated by Matt Tavares.
Greenprint for Pittsford’s Future
Ever wonder why there are still so many farm fields and green space in Pittsford? This year marks the 25th anniversary of an intentional commitment to protect the green space in the Town of Pittsford by purchasing the development rights of over 2000 acres.
Learn what led to this award-winning plan and how the community was involved in this presentation by Bill Carpenter, former Town Supervisor.
A Visit from Mrs. Claus
2020 Candlelight Night in Pittsford Village was a bit different from past years. Normally Mrs. Claus welcomes hundreds of visitors young and old to Historic Pittsford's Little House. In this rare video appearance she presents the treasured classic by Clement Clarke Moore for the enjoyment of all this holiday season.
Village Topics Speakers Forum
Historic Preservation in the 21st Century
Are historic preservation and economic development mutually exclusive? Wayne Goodman, Executive Director of the Landmark Society of Western New York, explores ways that towns and villages such as Pittsford can protect their unique architectural and landscape heritage while they engage in planning practices that foster economically healthy, livable, and sustainable communities.
A Model for the Future: A 200 year-old village in the 21st Century
What are the opportunities for Historic Districts, such as Pittsford Village, in adapting to the changes of the 21st century? Maria Furgiuele, Executive Director of the Community Design Center Rochester (CDCR), will offer her perspective on 'design & planning strategies based on New Urbanism Principles for the Village's future.
Emerging Issues in Transportation:
21st Century Opportunities for a 19th Century Village
What are latest trends and transportation challenges in an historic urban setting like Pittsford Village? And how can a Village promote walkability while managing traffic and parking at the juncture of State highways, three bridges and the historic Erie Canal?
Presented by Alex Kone, Assistant Director
Genesee Transportation Council
Rebooting a Vibrant Economy
While businesses of all types continue to adapt to rapidly evolving consumer shopping patterns, historic villages such as Pittsford are learning to leverage historic architecture and lively, walkable environments as catalysts for economic renewal and sustainable development. Hear the thoughts and experiences from a panel exploring business trends, challenges and opportunities for our local economy.
Laura Hackathorn, Hamburg, Village Trustee and Business Owner
Geneseo, Town and Village Planning Board
Shaun Logue, Planning Associate MRB Group