The Frank W. Cyr Center inhabits the former Rexmere Hotel, which was built in 1898 by local hotel magnate Dr. Stephen E. Churchill. Surrounding the center is the 100-acre Churchill Park, which Churchill created complete with man-made lakes, tree clusters, meadows, and idyllic summer homes. Local arts organizations utilize the center. The Friends of Music present classical-music concerts using a Steinway grand piano flanked by Corinthian columns, and the Mt. Utsayantha Arts League hangs regional artists' works in the gallery space. (Otsego-Northern Catskills BOCES and various administrative offices occupy other parts of the building.) On the back porch are rocking chairs from which you can survey the park's lakes and groves.
159 W. Main St., Stamford, New York, United States