‘Troy Night Out’ a good night in
The Record participated in its first “Troy Night Out” in June.
For the uninitiated, “Troy Night Out” is a monthly arts and cultural event held the last Friday of every month in downtown Troy from 5 to 9 p.m. Organizers say the special event regularly draws more than 1,000 people to the Collar City to enjoy art, music, restaurants and shops throughout downtown.
First, let me offer my thanks to Elizabeth Young, executive director of the Troy Business Improvement District, for helping us host the event in our Community Media Lab, located on the first floor of our building at the corner of Broadway and Fifth Avenue in downtown Troy.
Elizabeth is a terrific lady to work with and her energy and enthusiasm are contagious.
Our TNO event featured a photo exhibit by ASlyerImage Photography and a performance by area musician Greg Guba.
The photo exhibit, which features the work of Charlie and Gina Slyer and their daughters Toni and Amanda, is still on display in our Community Media Lab, which is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday through the end of this month.
We invited you to stop by and check out the work of this talented family and consider purchasing one or two or three of their reasonably priced photos.
Our thanks also go to Greg Guba, a local musician with more than 30 years of experience, who performed a variety of musical styles throughout the evening.
Everyone who stopped by to visit us that night commented on how much they enjoyed Greg’s music and the photos taken by the Slyer family.
Stay tuned for a schedule of future “Troy Night Out” events planned in our Community Media Lab.