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‘Taste of Troy’ Fine arts and crafts show.

By Jud Yalkut

The 2010 “Taste of Troy” Fine Arts and Crafts exhibition will be held on the Square in downtown Troy Saturday, September 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 pm. This free, juried art exposition features original work including oil, pastels and watercolor paintings, photography, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, glass, pottery, wood and metal work, fine crafts, fiber, mixed media, and other art objects. The event will include artist demonstrations, Chalk on the Walk, sidewalk sales, children’s activities, a Farmers Market, and music including a Battle of the Bands. Select restaurants around Troy will offer a variety of foods. Among the notable Troy Main Street Business Members and supporting organizations are: Around About Books, Bakehouse Bread & Cookie Co., The Cabinet Shop of Troy, The Caroline, Home Comfort Gallery & Design, K’s Hamburger Shop, Knapke Cabinets, La Piazza, Main Street Deli & Bake Shoppe, Night Sky Coffee House, Stillwater Photographic, Trojan Florist, Troy-Hayner Cultural Center and Winans Fine Chocolates & Coffee. For more information, call (937) 339-5455 or visit www.TroyMainStreet.org. If you would like to volunteer, contact the Troy Main Street Office at (937) 339-5455.


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