Strolling for Cookies in Downtown Rochester

The Downtown Rochester Cookie Stroll takes place on Saturday, December 3, from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Cookie Stroll participants can collect 14 delicious cookies at 14 different cookie stations throughout town.

Pre-sale for the official Cookie Stroll tin begins on Friday, November 11 at 10:00 a.m. Cookie tins will only be available for purchase online. A cookie tin is $35 each (limit two per order) and tins must be picked up at the Rochester Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Downtown Collaboration Studio (431 Main Street) by Thursday, December 1.

“OPC is a big supporter of inter-generational activities and the reason why we’re sponsoring the Cookie Stroll again this year,” said Renee Cortright, Executive Director of the Older Persons’ Commission (OPC) “Grandparents, Moms, Dads, and friends get to enjoy some quality time with the children during the holidays while visiting local businesses and organizations including a stop at the OPC for a delicious homemade cookie from our own culinary team.”

Cookies are created by Downtown Rochester’s bakeries and restaurants. A special thanks to the cookie makers: BakeHouse 46, Dessert Oasis, The Give Thanks Bakery, The Home Bakery, The Meeting House, OPC’s Culinary Team, and Side Dish.

Other upcoming Downtown Rochester Events include Festival of Trees Cocktail Preview, November 18 (tickets on sale now); Festival of Trees, November 19 & 20; Lagniappe, November 21 (lights turn on at 7:00 p.m.); Plaid Friday, November 25; Small Business Saturday, November 26; and the Kris Kringle Market, December 2 & 3.

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