NEW!
FOMH ONLINE EXPERIENCES

You'll find links to a three-part tour of Mount Hope's trees, plus our "Mount Hope Moments" -- digital vignettes based on research into Mount Hope's rich cultural history.

New Videos:



THE HENRY RUNDEL FAMILY - A STORY OF HEARTBREAK

Visit our Online Programs Page to find links to all of the Friends online initiatives, including presentations recorded at the Rochester Public Library, available on the Central Libary's YouTube channel.



TREES OF MOUNT HOPE

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Interested in Mount Hope Cemetery's trees?

Hop on the plantsmap website (plantsmap.com -- a website that hosts botanical collections) and search "fomh".  Then navigate to different plants and collections  identified in the cemetery. more..



MAILING ADDRESS
Please address mail correspondence to:Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery
P.O. Box 18713,
Rochester, NY 14618-0713





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Visit our CALENDAR for a quick scan of upcoming tours and events.



chapel at south entrance on snowy day2021 WINTER WALKING TOURS

Start Time 11:00 a.m. on three Saturdays:
Jan. 30*, Feb. 27, and March 27

*The January tour is sold out. Check back for February tour registration announcement.

Meet: South entrance, 1133 Mount Hope Avenue (opposite Distillery Restaurant)
Admission: $12 (Free for FOMH Members)

ALL TOUR GOERS (INCLUDING FOMH MEMBERS) MUST REGISTER AND ACQUIRE TICKETS IN ADVANCE. (See instructions on the TOURS page)

The Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery will offer three opportunities to experience the beauty of the cemetery in winter. The 60-90 minute tour route is entirely on flat, paved roads that are routinely plowed by cemetery staff. In addition to historical information about Mount Hope and famous Rochester citizens who are buried in the south end, tours will include stops at the cemetery's newest mausoleum and an impressive monument erected by the Union Pacific Railroad.
Each tour will follow a different route.

All tour participants must wear masks and maintain social distance. Tour size is limited, so register early to save your spot.


FOMH SEEKS WEB DESIGNER

Dear Friends,

We at the Friends of Mount Hope are in the process of designing a new website.

We are looking to hire someone who has demonstrated experience designing web pages for nonprofits or small businesses. Here is a general list of skills and abilities are looking  for.  

-- Familiar with CMS or web builder sites

-- Familiar with responsive web design

-- Strong typography, layout and visual design skills

-- Ability to iterate your work based on feedback.

-- Strong communication skills

-- Solid understanding of the fundamental methods, theories, and practices that form the basis of UI design. These include color theory, typography, and UI design patterns, as well as fundamental design approaches.

-- Knowledge of the latest UX trends, techniques, and technologies

-- Strong attention to detail

We are beginning this search immediately.
Please contact Fomhkjklein@gmail.com for further information.  

Many thanks,

FOMH



GENEALOGICAL SERVICES
Click on Genealogical Services to find information about  assistance offered by Friends volunteers.



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