2017 Friends of Letchworth State Park Calendar Available

CalendarThe 2017 Friends of Letchworth State Park calendar is now available at many venues throughout the Park and on the Friends of Letchworth State Park website. Filled with the dates of upcoming major events in the Park, the calendar highlights the photography of several members of the Friends of Letchworth State Park. Our calendar also includes several outstanding images from long-time Friends supporter, noted photographer and author David Lawrence Reade. (Many more of David’s outstanding images of Letchworth State Park can be seen at www.dawnsearlylightphoto.com)

In addition to many interesting historical references pertaining to areas in the park that the images depict, the calendar highlights several of the many preservation activities the Friends of Letchworth State Park have participated in over the last year.

Our calendar is a great holiday gift for Letchworth State Park fans near and far.

Online purchases are available online under Support Us, Store or by clicking here.

End Of Summer Concert


The last Summer concert series was a spectacular event! Great weather ended a great concert season.  The bands played crowd engaging music, face paintings, petting zoo, wildlife demonstrations and family fun for all.

The new Friends of Letchworth event tent was up and providing free shade and tables for those who happened upon the event and wanted to stay a while.  summer1


The Friends of Letchworth 50/50 raffle was the largest we ever had too!  With a total of $280 and the winner taking home $140, to which they graciously donated $40 back to FoLSP!

The “summer” season may be over but the fall colors are just warming up.  Be sure to stop by and visit our tent at the craft show this year and pick up your 2017 Calendar.

Learn About Letchworth Lecture – 8/24/2016

LectureTopic: Mr. Letchworth and Three Enlightened Colleagues

Description: William Pryor Letchworth was a Renaissance man for his time regarding philanthropy and the environment and three contemporaries of his were kindred spirits influencing his thinking. The presentation will discuss how these three like-minded souls, Pascal Pratt of Buffalo, William Webster of Rochester and Dr. Cordelia Greene of Castile interacted with Mr. Letchworth during the last half of the nineteenth century. Presenter, Ted Bartlett

When: Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 7:00 PM

Where: Humphrey Nature Center, located near Trailside Lodge

The Learn About Letchworth Series is provided through a partnership between the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation and the Livingston Arts.

For more information you can call:
Letchworth State Park at (585) 493-3600 or Livingston Arts at (585) 243-6785