Shorter days. Warmer socks. Quieter Thursdays. It may feel like Rochester’s arts and entertainment calendar should be winding down for the year. The truth is, though, we are just getting started.
Representatives from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services will be on hand as part of the citizenship training event.
As land downtown becomes more valuable by the day, questions have emerged concerning the future of Rochester’s first golf course and surrounding public space: how will Soldiers Field Park change as Rochester grows, and who will the changes affect most?
It could be time to move, to remodel, to build. But how do you, the owner, decide which step is right for your business, store, or office? Many projects start with questions like those, according to Von Petersen, an architect and office leader with TSP, Inc. in Rochester. Petersen and his coworkers are there to answer those questions and pose others, using the answers they elicit to help a group establish the perfect location.
With salads, tacos, modified lobster sauce, tofu, steak, tater tots, and girl power, the staff at Lettuce Unite and Guerita’s Window in the skyway food court are giving Rochester food for body and mind.