Enjoy raffle & beer tickets with admission, as well a DJ, giveaways, & raffle baskets. Food options are a la carte & a portion of food sales will be donated to the cause.
There will be a ‘beer pull’ where each purchased beer pull ticket gets you an amazing bottle of beer to take home.The FUNraiser continues at FASC downstairs into the night! Want to contribute? Emailhelpcommonroots@gmail.com
#National Record Store Day with Artwork by Amy Modesti & The VaVaVoodoo’s
The Beat shop
Arp. 13, 11am-5pm
In addition to some great records & CD’s for sale, there will be live music from the local group, “The Va Va Voodoos”, & a pop-up art exhibition show featuring select music photography & other works from journalist & photographer, Amy Modesti. This event is weather pending.
Join the members of the Tech Valley Center of Gravity every Tuesday for Social Night! Members gather for potluck festivities, non-members (AKA you future members out there!) are welcome to visit, talk to members about their projects, & tour the facilities. Free & open to the public.
Join jewelry designer, Laura McAffrey, & learn how to create a beautiful pendant from a rock or crystal that’s not drilled. The class fee is $60 & includes all materials, but you may bring your own stone & Save $10! Sign up now- space is limited! Stop in or Call 518-273-4532 to register.
Bring your needles for a Yarn Tasting! Relax & enjoy knitting or crocheting a sampling of a variety of wonderful yarns, perhaps Embellishing a new project with Miyuki Seed Beads from River Rocks Bead Shop, all the while sipping on some delicious local wines, from Hudson Chatham Winery or sampling some Herbal Teas from Jean’s Greens, & munching on some Local Uncle Sam Chocolates.
Find Your Pathway to Disease Management/Prevention, Self-love & Respect, Better Relationships, New Outlooks, Optimum Weight, Healing, and more….
For people ready to beat disease, become energized, lose weight naturally, create a new reality, learn to love yourself, feel great and live well; sustainably. Meet new friends, and enjoy the journey! Classes meet twice a month for 3 months.
Did you know? There are more than 1,500 Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) in North America. Join us in a conversation with a panel of local directors from Albany, Troy & Schenectady Business Improvement Districts. Tune in to what kinds of business services, events and/or projects they are currently working on & how they support local businesses & economic growth. The 2019 Career Development Series is Sponsored By: Pioneer Bank
Step outside & lend a hand to weeding tree pits, flower beds & planters along with cleaning sidewalk & alleyways. Different areas are welcome to determine projects they would like to focus on. It’s a great team building exercise for your office as well!
The Downtown Troy BID will pair you with a fall cleaning leader &provide supplies. Everyone is welcome to get involved!
The 2019 Annual Meeting & Discover Troy Event will take a look at the growth of downtown Troy & how downtown connects to Troy’s neighborhoods. Learn more about upcoming downtown projects & initiatives. Hear from local businesses about exciting things they are doing behind the scenes. Get to know your neighboring downtown businesses over coffee & breakfast, & learn more about the Downtown Troy BID with a presentation of the 2018 Annual Report. Sponsored By: The Rosenblum Companies
Please RSVP for the Annual Meeting & Discover Troy Event. Official ballots & invitations will be sent in the mail.
Tuesday, May 14, 9am – 11am + Networking 11am – 1pm at Tara Kitchen, 172-176 River St.
This bi-annual event showcases available commercial and residential properties in the Downtown Troy BID district with an open house and guided tour between 9:00am and 11:00am, followed by a speed networking event at Tara Kitchen with delicious food for the cost of $10. A guided walking tour of the spaces will depart at 9:00am from the Downtown Troy BID office, located at 251 River Street.
Troy Night Out is a monthly arts and cultural event that regularly draws thousands people onto the streets of Downtown Troy. Attendees are able to enjoy countless art events, music venues, fine restaurants as well as unique boutiques of all varieties.
A celebration of Crafters, Makers, Artists & Taste Makers from around The Capitol Region. The Troy Makers Market is held in conjunction with the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market. (Monument Square May-October and Uncle Sam Atrium November-April).
The Fence Show got its name when members’ artwork was exhibited on the iron fence surrounding Washington Park in Troy, the original location of the Arts Center. Last year we accepted over 400 pieces, including paintings, drawings, photography, fiber arts, stained glass, and sculpture.
Using traditional and contemporary etching techniques Rhea Nowak combines mark making with photo-based images to develop a lexicon of signs, symbols, and glyphs. Her Cairns Series of prints and artist’s books explore what it means to read and understand both the familiar and the unfamiliar, a landscape or a sign.
Born in Troy, Nina Pattison (R.I.P. 1928-2019) was a pianist, gardener (creating the Annual Hidden Garden Tour), & former city council member. She has been a central community member, resident, avid supporter & bright light in Downtown Troy. Her most recent residence was at The Conservatory on 3rd Street, directly across from Barker Park. She would keep an eye on planter beds & low hanging branches, keeping the President of ‘Friends of Barker Park’ up-to-date. One would find Nina sitting, reading & in conversation with other park users, always with her long-haired dachshund, Rosie, by her side.