Celebrating 93 years of women's suffrage, the Susan B. Anthony 19th Amendment Festival presented the best of what the local community has to offer.
Local vendors and non-profits shared the Susan B. Anthony square on Saturday. They came to recognize Anthony and her involvement with a woman's right to vote.
Mayor Tom Richards and City Council President Lovely Warren read a proclamation on the behalf of the City of Rochester to commemorate the event.
"Bringing the people together is most important," said Dawn Noto, Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood Association President. "The proclamation is wonderful. It validates what has happened here and what should happen in the future for our country. There's still work to be done with women's rights and issues."
Neighbors work all year long to preserve the history of the neighborhood. Noto said this is the one day they get to showcase it to everyone.