TROY — Troy Main Street and The Troy-Miami County Public Library’s Local History Library will present the April edition of Troy Streets Alive — Downtown Troy Walking History Tours.
Join participants on Friday, April 29, to learn the colorful and varied histories of your favorite downtown shops and restaurants. Volunteers and employees with the Local History Library have worked to research each location to bring the town’s history to life before your eyes.
Tours will leave the Troy Local History Library, located at 100 W. Main St. at 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. Tours will include five to six stops each and last approximately 45 minutes. Tickets for the tours are $15 each and include all three routes throughout the evening. Tours accommodate 25 participants per group.
There will be light appetizers, desserts and snacks located at various stops throughout each of the three tour routes as well.
At the end of each tour, participants are invited to the Troy Masonic Lodge to tour the temple area and learn about the history of the Masonic Lodge, located at 107 W. Main St.
Pre-sale tickets are available for purchase at the Troy Main Street office, located at 405 SW Public Square, Suite 231.
For additional information, visit troymainstreet.org or call Troy Main Street at 339-5455.
Troy Streets Alive is made possible by sponsors Kerber Sheet Metal and Troy Community Radio.
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