Calendar of Events
Geneseo provides residents and visitors with a wide variety of activities that appeal to all ages and interests. Please browse through our many events, which we attempt to keep as current as possible. Our sister website, www.geneseony.org, contains schedules of governmental organizations and meetings.
If you would like to submit an event, click HERE.
Geneseo Boy Scout Troop #4070 is hosting a community planting and gardening event at Long Point Park Saturday morning 4/17. Activities will include: (1) the planting of three new 8-foot tall trees at Long Point Park, (2) kids can start their own vegetable garden in an egg carton, and (3) receive a free sapling or ornamental bush with instructions from Master Gardener Julie Brocklehurst-Woods.
There are 2 time slots: 9:30 – 10:30 AM or 11 AM – 12 Noon
Please sign up for this free event on this Eventbrite link.
More details here.
Join the Center for Integrative Learning (CIL) for a virtual panel discussion with rural leaders from across the country and western New York, to kick-off the CIL’s new Genesee Valley Rural Innovation Institute.
Building Rural Innovation Ecosystems
Learn about the exciting potential and opportunities emerging from rural America and the ways higher education institutions are partnering with local communities to develop the ecosystems and talent needed to create sustainable and dynamic 21st century rural economies.
• Matt Dunne, Founder and Executive Director of the Center on Rural Innovation (CORI)
• Benya Kraus, Co-founder of Lead For America and Executive Director of Lead For Minnesota
• Ian Coyle, Administrator for Livingston County, New York
Please consider coming to help clean up our lake! You can register here.
The Geneseo United Methodist Women present a Spring Cleaning / Overstock BAZAAR Sale, featuring a variety of high-quality, unique, hand-made crafts, all at 25% off the marked prices!
• Saturday, April 24, 2021
• 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
• 4520 Genesee Street (Route 63 and Court Street in Geneseo)
In order to observe social distancing, we will limit the number of people entering at one time, and face masks will be required.
Credit & debit cards are accepted for your convenience. Our building is completely accessible with free off-street parking.
The Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup service project was created by Rotary Districts along the Great Lakes. Geneseo’s Rotary is sponsoring this Earth Week Cleanup on Saturday, April 24:
• Long Point Park from 10 AM-12 Noon
• Staging area is the Museum / Garden Club building west of the Kiwanis BBQ pit
• Each participant is encouraged to bring gloves and a rake
Clean up activities include removing leaves and walnuts from the pavilion and other picnic areas; cleaning and painting grills; cleaning debris from beach and outdoor shower area; and picking up sticks and debris throughout the park. More at this link and Facebook.
Join us for this virtual writing group this April on Saturday, April 24 and May 8 & 22 from 10 am – Noon. Participants can write and share memoirs, poetry, or original stories with a supportive learning community of fellow writers. This program is best for adults. Workshops are held every second and fourth Saturday of the month. Space is limited! Click here to register to receive the Zoom link for the program.
Join historian and journalist David Mould on Monday, April 26 at 6 pm for a journey to borders, both real and imagined. In his latest book on travel, history and culture, Postcards from the Borderlands, David explores the meaning of borders. Are they simply political and geographical, marked by posts, walls and fences, or should we think of them more broadly? Click here to register and to receive the Zoom link for this event.
Schedule of Events overview
The date has changed to see the spectacular Bluebell flowers! Details here.
We are offering a socially distanced event by using a preregistration method to stagger groups during the day. You must sign up for a timeslot to participate: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
This walk takes place on trails that will be muddy and includes hiking through fields and over uneven surfaces. The hike features working agricultural fields and a forest along the Genesee River that is host to a spectacular sea of Common Bluebell flowers.*
*The location is the protected Culvert Farm. Please help us continue this event by only visiting with us during these scheduled times.