37th Annual Troy Victorian Stroll – TROY NY Sunday Dec 8 th – 11 to 5 PM
WYBN TV 14 News – Windham, NY 12/6/2019
WYBN gets a lot of Press Releases , info on this event really jumped off the page.
Set aside the date & get you spending money & appetite ready !!! See you there !!!!!!
Enjoy downtown Troy by exploring free attractions and dozens of local shops and eateries – there’s truly something for everyone!
Celebrate the holidays with family and friends at the 37th Annual Troy Victorian Stroll, the Northeast’s largest free holiday festival! The 37th annual Troy Victorian Stroll will be held on Sunday, December 8, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
With dozens of live performances throughout the day, this annual holiday tradition is set to be the greatest one yet, and you’ll find something to do for you and your whole family. Join in the merriment as the historic streets of downtown Troy transform into a magical stage offering attractions from the region’s top performers, musicians, dancers, magicians and storytellers.
The Stroll is also family friendly, including rides, refreshments, an arts & crafts show and much more! Want an early start on your holiday shopping? Visit Troy’s 50+ fine shops, boutiques and galleries that will be open throughout the day. Hungry? Stop by one of Troy’s several eateries for a quick bite, or visit our food court at Monument Square.
Whether you are a local resident or an out-of-town visitor, the Troy Victorian Stroll continues to be a welcoming event filled with holiday spirit. Come out and experience the beautiful Troy and Rensselaer community that will give you memories that last a lifetime.
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