Annual event to celebrate Honeycrisp apples - New York's most popular apple variety! Join Wickham Farms for pick-your-own apples, pony rides, a magician, and for our airplane CANDY DROP! All of our usual farm attractions will be open.
Rochester's favorite farm, Stokoe Farms is now OPEN for their annual Christmas Tree Season. Bring the whole family out for the time honored tradition of cutting down a REAL Christmas tree. U-Cut and Pre-Cut Christmas Trees, farm fresh wreaths, and more!
Each year our craft fair has approximately 90+ vendors, each unique in their own way. Crafter’s booth fees benefit the Y’s Annual Campaign, which provides a Y experience to families who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford services such as summer camp, swimming lessons, preschool programs, and membership.
Rochester's favorite farm, Stokoe Farms, will celebrate the opening for their annual Pumpkin Patch & Harvest Fest, Saturday and Sunday, September 16th and 17th.
Bring the whole family and enjoy over 35 exciting family friendly activities.
Community festival celebrating everything great about Victor, NY! Bands, games, festival food and food from local restaurants, music, magician, kids activities and clowns. Over 120 craft and community vendors, live music and more. FREE PARKING!
Join Wickham Farms for the opening day of New York’s most popular apple variety – Honeycrisp apples – and for our second annual airplane CANDY DROP in addition to pony rides and a magician at the farm! The Wickham Farms Orchard consists of over 5,000 pick-your-own apple trees loaded with easy to reach apples. All apple pickers will also enjoy a complimentary hayride tour through the Wickham Farms vegetable fields and orchard.
Take an after-hours guided tour through the candlelit and spooky streets of the historic village to find costumed characters spinning tales from iconic horror literature of the 19th century. (Reservations required.)
A dark and eerie night at GCV&M awaits...
Take an after-hours guided tour through the candlelit and spooky streets of the historic village on Oct. 17, 18, 19, 20 to find costumed characters spinning tales from iconic horror literature of the 19th century. (Reservations required.)
Parade line-up begins at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 15, at the parking lot at the corner of West Broad Street and Plymouth Avenue North in Downtown Rochester, across from the Rochester City School District Central Office. Step-off from the staging site is 10:30 a.m.