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Walking tour tomorrow in Maplewod

Our Architecture in the Wild walking tour classes with Rochester Brainery start up again tomorrow night!! We’ll be exploring the magnificent, tree-lined, Frederick Law Olmsted-designed Seneca Parkway in the Maplewood neighborhood. Masks and social distancing will be in effect.

Wednesday, August 5th | 6:15-8:15 PM | Tickets $25, register on the Brainery’s website below

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Even more classes!

In addition to tomorrow night’s class, we’re also offering our walking tour Architecture in the Wild classes in the South Wedge and NOTA/East/Park Avenues. If learning from your couch is more your style, our Crash Course in American Architectural History classes are also on the schedule! Check them all out on the Brainery’s website.

8/12 – Architecture in the Wild: Exploring the South Wedge’s Architectural History

8/18 – Crash Course in American Architectural History, 19th Century

8/19 – Architecture in the Wild: Exploring NOTA’s Architectural History

8/25 – Crash Course in American Architectural History, 20th Century

All Brainery classes

Steering Committee meeting next week

Come meet (on zoom, at least) the small but mighty team that runs the YUPs! This month’s steering committee meeting takes place Thursday, August 13th at 6:00 PM. Meetings typically last about an hour and anyone is welcome to attend.

It’s a great opportunity to learn more about work, our long term goals, and find out if you want to get involved. Email us to RSVP.


Have you seen our new website?

Along with a new logo, a few months ago we launched our very own, brand new website! You can see all of our upcoming events, read our latest blog content, and see what volunteer opportunities and Steering Committee positions we have open. The latest blog post, by YUP member Jason Haremza, chronicles his quest to visit at 62 county courthouses in New York State.

Check it out


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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