Volume XXIV
Number 2
23 East Main Street • Le Roy, New York 14482
Join Us For The First
Annual Barn Quilt
Road Rally April 28
Meet in the Jell-O Gallery parking
lot at 1 pm. Maps and directions will
be given out and teams will have
three hours to complete the tasks.
Along the way you will help paint a
barn quilt, have some snacks and re-
freshments, meet some new friends,
and see many of the newly installed
barn quilts in LeRoy.
This is not a timed event, so no
speeding! The cost is $20 per car. Re-
turn to the parking
lot by 4 pm and
join us for priz-
es and awards.
Register that
day, or register
early, and earn
10 extra credit
points toward
your final total.
It will be a fun
day, for teams of family or friends.
Learn about one of the most un-
usual LeRoy quilts, which is made
with varnished pieces of wood - -
truly the work of a very talented
Spring Trip To Historic
Morristown, New Jersey
May 10 -12
“Something For Everyone”
Leave LeRoy Friday morning for a
5 ½ drive to Morristown on our com-
fortable Bedore motor coach, with
lunch along the way. Tour the Morris
Museum with a curator’s special tour
of the Murtogh D. Guinness Collec-
tion of 750 mechanical instruments
and automata – mechanical figures –
and lots more.
After visiting the Morris Museum
we will check into the Hyatt Hotel on
the Green and dinner on your own
with a choice a many restaurants
within walking distance of the histor-
ic green. Also, for the “shoppers” Cen-
tury 21 is just across the Green and is
open Friday evening.
Saturday morning we leave the
hotel for a 10 am tour of nearby His-
toric Speedwell. This is where Samuel
Morris first displayed the use
of his telegraph. Speedwell has
several buildings and a historic
home, all in a very pleasant set-
ting. We will leave about noon
and stop for lunch on our way
to nearby Fosterfields, a bucolic
living history farm and a won-
derful historic house museum
- - with demonstrations in the after-
noon. We will return to the hotel, for
a quick bite to eat and then to the
Morris Museum’s theater for “Give
My Regards to Broadway”. This re-
view features many famous Broad-
way performers.
Sunday you can have a leisurely
brunch at the hotel or grab a coffee
and explore the historic Morris Green
in front of the hotel. We will leave for
McCaulough Hall at noon, for a special
tour of the James Kelly exhibit, which
includes the work of the artist that
created the Ingham Memorial plaque
that is in the old LeRoy High School
building. Other period rooms and ex-
hibits will be open and we will leave in
time to return to LeRoy by 8 pm.
Cost of the trip is $490 per person
with a shared room. Single room is
$640. Call 768-7433 if you would like
to join us or would like more infor-
mation. (Non members, add $20)
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