Our Business Partners

Genesee Abbey

Evening Star Coffee Roasters is proud of our partnership with the Brothers of the Genesee Abbey.

Please purchase the following products by clicking on the following link:  www.monksbread.com 

• Monks’ Bread baked by the Trappist Monks
• Trappist Preserves
• Monks’ Cakes
• Creamed Honey
• Nut Butters
• Music Cd’s, Religious Books
• and more

Livingston County Chamber of Commerce

Evening Star Coffee Roasters is proud to be a member of the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce.  Both Evening Star Coffee Roasters and the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce believe that promoting business development and working to enhance the quality of life in Livingston County is achieved through business networking and promotion of tourism.  Evening Star Coffee Roasters is happy to see the efforts of the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce with it’s mission to grow business and tourism.  They do a wonderful job in supporting it’s members in Livingston County.

Please visit Livingston County Travel Planners website to learn more about our locally made products and destinations.

Genesee Valley Council on the Arts

he Genesee Valley Council on the Arts proudly serves Evening Star Coffee Roasters fresh roasted coffees at every event.

The GVCA has served Livingston County for more than 40 years. A not-for-profit corporation (1971), GVCA was designated Livingston County’s official arts organization in 1974. Its mission is to enrich the quality of life in Livingston County by encouraging and promoting the arts and cultural activities through support of artists, schools and community groups.
GVCA supports an array of programs and services for artists, arts and cultural organizations, students and the community at large. Primarily an arts service organization, the arts council forms partnerships with businesses, schools and colleges, libraries, historical societies and other organizations and individuals to serve local artists and audiences. Our programs include Mini-Gallery Exhibits in four area banks and GCC Dansville, an annual members’ exhibit at the Bertha V.B. Lederer Gallery at SUNY Geneseo, artists’ residencies in the schools (Arts Integration Grants), traditional arts presentations at various sites around the county, an annual high school student art exhibit, Community Arts Grants for arts and cultural projects, Individual Artists Grants, and the Dick Smith Young Artists Grant which supports high school juniors’ and seniors’ study in the arts. In addition, GVCA maintains an extensive registry of local artists, provides information and assistance, and publishes ArtSphere, a quarterly newsletter containing a comprehensive arts and cultural calendar.

Through the generosity of Livingston County, in December 2008, GVCA opened Livingston Arts Center. The New Deal Gallery is home to the Livingston County WPA artwork collection, and Apartment One Gallery features regional exhibits and artwork of interest to the community. The facility also houses learning space and a gift shop.
The Genesee Valley Council on the Arts offices at Livingston Arts Center, 4 Murray Hill Drive, Mount Morris. 585.243.6785 reaches GVCA staff and the arts center. For more information:   www.gvcaonline.org & www.livingstonartscenter.org