Archive for April 9th, 2013
Believe it or Not, There are Things to Do in Rochester

If you are a resident of Rochester NY, especially in the winter, it is a common misconception that there are not a lot of things to do in Rochester. However, this is not the case. Rochester is a thriving community filled with events for every type of enthusiast, however, you just need to know where to look.

If you are looking for a Rochester calendar or Rochester event listing, there are a few resources you can consult to get 411 on Rochester things to do. The first place you can consult for Rochester events is of course, the web. There are tons of great websites offering a comprehensive list of Rochester things to do, ranging from Rochester music events to festivals and fundraisers.

If you do not have access to the web, there are several great Rochester publications with Rochester calendar event listings, available on tons of street corners and in municipal buildings. Rochester’s premiere local newspaper, the Democrat and Chronicle also has a comprehensive list of what to do in Rochester.

If you are looking for more concrete Rochester things to do, rather than a fleeting Rochester calendar event, there are tons of local staples that are available around the city. The George Eastman house, the Strong Museum of play, the Planetarium, the Susan B. Anthony House, and the Seneca Park Zoo are among several local attractions that for the most part, are available and open to the public year round.

Whether you are looking for a concert, a festival, or just great recommendations for your date night, there are a lots of great Rochester things to do, for all types of interests. There are a few places you can consult for Rochester calendar events, including the web and multiple Rochester printed publications, so do not miss out on all that the city has to offer.