On Tuesday, March 28th, 2023, the Village of Brockport Water Department will be performing a planned shutdown for a water main abandonment project on East Ave. To do this, we have to turn off the water main. We will do this in 2 different shut downs, 8:00 AM to 11:00...
The Freedom Trio performs in Brockport March 19
Village Board Workshop
The village board workshop will be held at its regularly scheduled time on 3/27/23. The agenda topic is the 2023-2024 budget. Agenda Village Board Workshop 3-27-23Village Board Workshop 3-27-23
Update: Water restored! Temporary Water Shut off on East Ave
The Dept. of Public Works is currently working on East Ave. and had to shut-off water supply from customers beginning 38 East Ave. and points eastward. We expect to have this water turned back on in about two hours. We apologize for the late notice, this shut-off...
Smith Street Traffic Signal
The Smith Street Bridge traffic signal is up and running!!! Please heed the stop lines and know that the light cycle takes just under 2 minutes. Thank you, again, to our DPW for making this possible. To say we are overjoyed is an understatement!
Village Board Meeting 3-20-23
The regularly scheduled Village Board meeting will take place on Monday, March 20, 2023 at 7pm at 49 State St., Village Court. This meeting is also available via Zoom, login is available on the agenda. AGENDA 3-20-23 AGENDA PACKET3-20-23
BRIDGE CLOSURE – Park Ave. Bridge Repairs Will Delay Main St. Bridge Project
Today the New York State Canal Corporation and the New York State Department of Transportation announced that the Park Avenue Lift Bridge over the Erie Canal in the Village of Brockport, Monroe County, will close to vehicular and pedestrian traffic on Monday, March...
The Village of Brockport’s final 2023 Winter Serenades music offering is The Freedom Trio at 3:00 on Sunday March 19. The trio is composed of three stellar musicians – Peter Chwazik, jazz professor at Ithaca College and former bassist with Trey Anesthesia; Joe Parker, Eastman grad drummer and multi-instrumentalist; and Herb Smith, a Rochester treasure, on trumpet. Smith, an Eastman educated member of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, is well known as an outstanding and versatile classical and jazz musician and as a composer, conductor and educator.
According to Smith, “to simply say that The Freedom Trio plays jazz is an understatement.” “Each musician brings a multifaceted portfolio of musical experiences, performances and styles to create the multi-genre, melodic grooving music that is The Freedom Trio. You will hear the influences of Jazz, Funk, Rock, rhythms from India and Gospel coming together in an upbeat, uplifting package.”
Join fellow music lovers at 3:00 Sunday March 19 at Brockport’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church for this special performance. There is plenty of parking on the street and in a municipal lot behind the church. St. Luke’s, with a pair of welcoming red front doors, is located at the corner of 14 State Street at Main Street. It will be live-streamed on YouTube via the church’s web site, stlukesbrockport.org.
Plan to stay after to chat with friends and the musicians at an informal reception upstairs in the Gathering Room.
The Winter and Summer Serenades series is run by volunteers and completely supported financially by generous local individuals and businesses; the Village of Brockport provides in-kind support. It celebrates both the passion for hearing live music and the availability of fine musicians in the Rochester area. It’s a casual event – no tickets are sold – and all are welcome to attend.
Additional information is available at 585-637-5300 Ext. 110, at www.brockportny.org or by downloading the Brockport Village app.
And see the website HerbTrumpet.com for information about Herb Smith.