Traveling Through Trails, Time & Troy - 6/15-9/3
Travel through Troy this summer on a community scavenger hunt! Sponsored by the Troy Historical Society and the Troy Nature Society, this program is your passport to fun at the Stage Nature Center, Troy Historic Village, and other parks, monuments, and buildings in Troy. Stop by the Village or Stage Nature Center to pick up your discovery booklet, follow the directions inside, and embark on a journey of discovery-learn facts, see new places, draw, snap photos and much more. When you're done, return with your completed booklet for a cool prize!
For ages 5-10 (with adult help) and 11-16 (independent hunt). Cost: $5-includes one discovery booklet, one free family admission (up to 5 people) to the Troy Historic Village and one prize pack upon completion of booklet.
ABC Garden Story Times - 6/18, 6/25, 7/16 and 7/23
Join Karen Brant, Judy Cornellier, and Karol Carter for stories in the ABC Garden this summer and discover an interactive garden full of plants and artifacts. Story time includes a related craft and yummy snack. Appropriate for ages 5-7; children must be accompanied by an adult. Offered with the support of the Troy Garden Club. Children: $3. Adults: $5. Summer Family Rate: $11 for one adult and three to five children. Advance registration required.
Brooksie Way 'Games on the Green' Days - 6/22
Thanks to a grant from the Brooksie Way Foundation, we are pleased to offer a wide selection of old time games and toys available for visitors to use outside on our Village Green this summer! Get active with jump ropes, badminton, super hoops, cornhole, and whirly tops. All ages are welcome to play. Bring your lunch and picnic on the Green. Advance registration is not required. Free with Troy Historic Village admission.
6/22 from 9 am - 2 pm
7/13 from 9 am - 2 pm
7/24 from 10 am - 3 pm
8/8 from 10 am - 3 pm
8/17 from 9 am - 2 pm
Thursday Teas at Two: Tabloid Eleanor - 6/27
Anna Lopez will lead the sensational story of Eleanor Roosevelt. With her husband's affairs of the heart, her own close women friends, and her outspoken support of women's and African American rights, the tabloids would have had a field day with this First Lady! Presentation begins at 2 pm in Old Troy Church and lasts one hour. Guests are welcome to bring their own china cup and saucer. Tea admission is $7 per person and includes access to the Village. Advance registration is recommended as space is limited.