Troy Streets Alive returns Friday


Anthony Weber | in75 Annette Rutter along with her family including her daughter, Olivia, spend time together creating sidewalk art during Streets Alive last year in downtown Troy. According to Annette it was a beautiful night to go downtown and added her family has come to the event in previous years and have enjoyed it.


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TROY — Get ready for food, fun and frivolity from 5-9 p.m. Friday as Troy Main Street once again presents Troy Streets Alive: Dancing in the Streets! The downtown will be chock full of artists, musicians, street sales and other entertainment as stores and restaurants stay open late and offer a variety of great incentives and promotions. A special theme has been added to this year’s event, featuring local dance groups that will demonstrate their various styles in the southwest quadrant of the square.

The participating dance groups will begin performing in the at 5:30 p.m. Each group will have a half hour to provide a demonstration of their particular style. The Troy Pop Rocks, Cardio Drumming with UpLift, and ballroom dancing by RJ Ballroom are just a few of the groups that will be showcasing their talents.

“Troy Streets Alive is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year! It always brings a great, diverse crowd to our downtown and creates an amazing and electric atmosphere! Events like Troy Streets Alive are what set Troy apart and what makes our community special,” said Stephanie M. Silk, director of marketing and events for Troy Main Street.

Troy Streets Alive is presented by Troy Main Street with sponsorship from Kerber Sheet Metal and Troy Community Radio.

The concept of Streets Alive has been highly successfully in many cities and towns throughout the US in addition to Troy, including Dayton’s Urban Nights.

For additional information, visit www.troymainstreet.org or call 339-5455.

Anthony Weber | in75 Annette Rutter along with her family including her daughter, Olivia, spend time together creating sidewalk art during Streets Alive last year in downtown Troy. According to Annette it was a beautiful night to go downtown and added her family has come to the event in previous years and have enjoyed it.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_150828aw_Streets_Alive.jpgAnthony Weber | in75 Annette Rutter along with her family including her daughter, Olivia, spend time together creating sidewalk art during Streets Alive last year in downtown Troy. According to Annette it was a beautiful night to go downtown and added her family has come to the event in previous years and have enjoyed it.
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