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Holiday Walk About and Open House

Holiday Walk About and Open House

Updated Wednesday, 12/3

Come celebrate the season with our neighborhood businesses and organizations on Saturday, December 7 from about noon until 8 p.m., as they offer snacks, cocoa, discounts, and surprises throughout the day. See the poster and map below for details.

New additions to the schedule include:

ROC Physical Therapy, P. C.
Saturday December 7th 12-4 p.m. at 1225 Atlantic Ave in the lower level suite.
 
Dr. Mike will be providing injury consultations and screenings on a first come, first serve basis as well as scheduling appointments. Those who sign up for Physical Therapy or a Sports Performance/Work Out Session in person will receive a 25% discount on all sessions and be entered to win a free initial session for yourself or family/friend. 
 
There will also be a sign up and raffle to win 3 FREE Cold Laser treatments for any aches and pains you may be dealing with. 
“Check in” on Facebook at ROC Physical Therapy while you are here and be entered to win a FREE Running Analysis!
Come see what Focused Attention and Accelerated Healing at ROC Physical Therapy can do for you!
Joe Bean Coffee Roasters
565 Blossom Rd. (in the Blossom Business Center)
Open Saturday 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
FREE Holiday Coffee Tasting
hosted by our Roasting Team
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Main Place Tavern
1899 Main St.
drink specials 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.
16 oz. Hazy Little Thing IPA draft $3.50
16 oz. cans of PBRs for $2.25
Fireball and Rumple Minze $2.75
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
snack on some meatballs and other bar treats
More than a Hair Cut Barber Shop
253 Winton Rd.
Stop in to get specials


 

Check Out the Little Free Libraries in North Winton Village

Check Out the Little Free Libraries in North Winton Village

By: Chris Clemens

You’ve likely encountered a Little Free Library at some point. The concept began in 2009 when a Wisconsin man put up a small wooden box in his yard and filled it with books. Anyone passing by was welcome to borrow a book or leave one for someone else. The idea spread quickly, and soon there were Little Free Libraries all across the globe. This year, the movement that inspires neighbors to promote reading is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

Here in Rochester, we’ve seen Little Free Libraries spring up by the dozens in just the last few years.

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Recap of the Annual Neighborhood Meeting

Recap of the Annual Neighborhood Meeting

Thursday, April 11, 2019 the North Winton Village Association held its 23rd annual neighborhood meeting at St. John the Evangelist Church on Humboldt St.

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Save the Date: 2019 Annual Neighborhood Meeting

Save the Date: 2019 Annual Neighborhood Meeting

Updated 3/24/2019

North Winton Village Annual Informational Meeting

Thursday, April 11, 6:30 p.m.

St. John the Evangelist Church, 533 Humboldt St.

with

Captain Lloyd Cuyler of the Rochester Police Department

and information regarding

Aldi development in the former Tops

Cedarwood Towers

New police station and East Main St. Reconstruction Project

Development at 235 North Winton Rd. (Corner of North Winton and Blossom Rd.)

Representation from our Service Center

North Winton Village Festival of the Arts, September 14, 2019

Multi-Neighborhood Event to Support Project T.I.P.S.

Multi-Neighborhood Event to Support Project T.I.P.S.

An alliance of Beechwood, EMMA, NEMNU, and North Winton Village, together for safety and a good quality of life in our Eastside neighborhoods, asks that you join them in supporting Project T.I.P.S.

JULY 26

2:00 — 6:00

EMMA Neighborhood Association

8 Leighton Ave.

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2018 North Winton Village Association Board Elections

2018 North Winton Village Association Board Elections

Updated: April 18, 2018

Announcement from the NWVA Board regarding 2018 elections taking place at the annual meeting, Friday, April 20, 2018, 7:00 p.m., at St. John the Evangelist Church, 553 Humboldt St.

2018 North Winton Village Board of Directors
Term: May 2018‐April 2019
Mary Coffey              Co‐Chair
Marilyn Schutte       Co‐Chair
Bryce Miller              Vice Chair
Marilyn Parchus      Treasurer
Brett Wolff                Secretary
Brian Halligan          Social Media
Frank Van Deusen   At Large
John Coraggioso      At Large
Joe Polizzi                 At Large
Tony Celino              At Large
Yvonne Chang          At Large
Betty Ann Manganello   At Large
Jennifer Kinsman    At Large
Sami Sheehan           At Large
Location:
Friday, April 20 7PM
St. John the Evangelist
553 Humboldt St.
Bring Your Talents to the Neighborhood Board

Bring Your Talents to the Neighborhood Board

If you’re looking for ways to give back to your community, consider joining the neighborhood board!

The North Winton Village Association was formed more than 20 years ago to reverse the area’s slow decline with active crime prevention, zoning, and beautification. Thanks to the board’s efforts over the years, and help from countless partners and volunteers, North Winton Village is now cited as a role model for Rochester’s renaissance.

But we need your help to ensure our neighborhood continues to thrive.

You’re invited to attend our next monthly meeting to learn about what it takes to be a board member and to see whether it’s the right fit for you.

April Board Meeting
Monday, April 9
7:00 p.m.
Neighborhood Safety Center
1933 East Main St.

Please RSVP to info@northwinton.org if you can come, or if you’re interested but can’t attend the meeting.

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City Council Meeting on Parcel 5 Impact Study

City Council Meeting on Parcel 5 Impact Study

Commentary by NWVA co-chair Mary Coffey:

Call her for more information on this very important issue at 259-5529.

Meeting
Tuesday, March 20th
6:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers at City Hall

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