Archive for August, 2013
For a medium sized city that is home to just over one million people, Rochester NY, also known as the Flour City, is ranked as one of the most livable cities (according to the 2007 edition of Places Rated Almanac). Affordability, average cost of living, and decent commutes all add to the quality of life here. And even though the winters can be long and harsh, the beautiful summers (replete with tons of things to do) keep us busy and happy. And certainly, as summer is quickly passing us by, the number of fun things to do in Rochester NY sure are not dwindling. Here is a short list of some of the most family fun things to see in Rochester each weekend.
- Rochester Farmers Market The city of Rochester public market is a hidden gem. Open year round on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, you can peruse the many food vendors, pick up a pierogie or two, buy some farm fresh produce, or simply grab a delicious breakfast sandwich and people watch. There is so