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Rochester's oldest tavern open for 2 days only!

Tickets for our inaugural OCTavern Festival, presented by Java’s Cafe, at the Stone-Tolan Historic Site are live now!

On Friday, October 8th and Saturday, October 9th, our 200-year-old rural house and tavern will host small groups of guests for reserved seatings. You’ll enjoy live entertainment, local beer provided by Strangebird Brewery, cider, and seasonal fare.

Tickets will be sold by the table for groups of 2-8. Your reservation gets you your first beer or cider, a commemorative pint glass, a soft pretzel from Flour City Bread Co., and a light charcuterie plate to share.

The 2021 OCTavern Festival is sponsored by:

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Celebrate all things autumnal at OCTavern Festival October 9th

In addition to our reserved seatings, we will also be holding a site-wide festival on Saturday, October 9th, 11 AM – 5 PM with a curated selection of local artisan vendors, regional food products, lawn games, a campfire, live music, and more!

Some of the artists that will be at OCTavern Festival include:

  • Unstrung Studios: Woodburned botanical, anatomical, and Rochester themed pieces, both fine art and functional wares that are burned entirely by hand.
  • Earth Friendl.e: Handmade, sustainable macrame art including plant hangers, wall hangings, keychains, and market bags.
  • Allie Push Arts: Hand-bound journals made from recycled and repurposed materials.
  • Pinnacle Pottery: Handmade stoneware pottery, including kitchen and tableware.
  • Spalted Creek: Turned pens, bottle stoppers, wood flags, and other items made of wood or reclaimed wood.
  • Pure Best: All-natural luxury soaps.
  • Sonnaie: Landscape paintings and Risograph prints.
  • Stick & Poke Florist: Uniquely stunning bouquets of forever flowers, beautiful palettes presented via dried flowers.
  • Rosy Candle Co: Coconut soy candles, wax melts, aromatherapy mood, room and linen sprays.
  • mac and zim: Wool rug-punched pillows, blankets and other home items featuring original artwork.

Admission to the Stone-Tolan Historic Site grounds to enjoy the Festival on Saturday is free!

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Thank you to our past event sponsors!


The Landmark Society of Western New York is supported, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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