TROY — The Troy Historical Society will present an exhibit titled “Food From Our Files” on Tuesday, April 5th at the Troy Night Market from 4-7 pm at the Troy Rec.
For 50 years, the society has collected local history research materials: old books, newspapers, documents and photographs. Society files also contain historical food-related items such as long ago cookbooks, recipes, people from the past dining together, restaurant memorabilia and Hobart Manufacturing Company/Hobart Corporation food equipment. Material from society’s food-related collections will be displayed. The public is invited to stop by the Troy Historical Society table to share favorite food stories.
The April 5th Troy Night Market will also feature our friendly vendors who provide “Local Foods” and kitchen items to you on a regular basis including: Apples, Fresh Squeezed Juices, Pizza Crusts, Fresh Milk, Meats to order, Local Honey, ,Fruit Butters, Jellies, Yogurt, Cakes, Pies, Breads, Sweet Rolls, Coffee Cakes, Granola Bars, Cookies, Sugar Free Chocolates, Herb & Spice Mixes, Kale, Spinach, Green Onions, Fresh Parsley, Lettuce, Hydroponics Veggies, Teas, Soaps, Lotions, Sachets, Natural Cleaners, Kitchen Scrubbers and Linens.
The Troy Night Market, an indoor Farmers Market “In Support of Local Food“ will held on Tuesday evening April 5th from 4-7p.m. at the Troy REC located at 11 N. Market Street in downtown Troy, just north of the square on the corner of N. Market Street and E. Water St. in Downtown Troy. You may enter the market by using the Water Street entrance only. The Troy Night Market is a collaboration of local vendors who produce locally grown, homemade cottage foods, local non-cottage foods and some artisan kitchen/ household items. The vendors make items available on the first and the third Tuesday evenings of the month October 2015 through May 2016.
For more information visit Facebook at Troy Night Market, call (937) 216-0949 or email at [email protected]