CCR 2018 SPECIAL EVENT SCHEDULE

PARK(ing) DAY LOCATIONS TOUR
Pick up a map and do a self guided tour of this years downtown pocket park locations!

Level: Open to All
When: 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM | Self Guided
Where: Meet at the RAMBLE Main Booth on 2nd and State
(in front of the Troy Music Hall)

Accessible: Yes

POETRoY IN MOTION
This self guided tour of this years PARK(ing) Day installations will include live poetry readings, curated by regional poets and writers, D. Colin and Nancy Klepsch! These original works will feature the topic of ‘motion.’ Pick up your poet listing and schedule at the RAMBLE Main booth.

Level: Open to All
When: 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM | Self Guided
Where: Meet at the RAMBLE Main Booth on 2nd and State
(in front of the Troy Music Hall)

Accessible: Yes

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Arts Center of the Capital Region.

TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY TOUR
Join us for a group tour and learn about the amazing history and architecture of the Troy Public Library with renowned architectural historian, Suzanne Spellen. The tour starts at the RAMBLE Main booth and continues along 2nd street where she will highlight the prominent architecture passed along the way to the library. An interior and exterior history of the building will be the focal point of the building tour. Also, learn about the recently located documentation of the purchase of the priceless Aldus stained glass window from Tiffany.

Level: Open to All
When: 10:45 to 12:00 Noon
Where: Meet at the RAMBLE Main Booth on 2nd and State
(in front of the Troy Music Hall)

Accessible: Yes

ENCAUSTIC ART DEMONSTRATION
Join artist Mary K. Weeks at the Pause Gallery for a demonstration of encaustic painting technique.

Level: Open to All
When: 12 Noon to 2:00 PM

Where: Pause Gallery | 501 Broadway | Suite 106

BURDEN IRON WORKS | GATEWAY MUSEUM
Tour the Gateway Museum! Learn about the local history and the changing landscape of south Troy as shaped by the Wynants Kill from Colonial-time mills to the Industrial-Era Burden Iron Works. Michael Barrett of the Hudson Mowhawk Industrial Gateway describes what led too the historical industrial development along this waterway.

Level: Open to All

Open Tours: ALL DAY
SPECIAL EVENT: 12:15 PM : Talk with Michael Barrett, Director at the Gateway Museum. This event will be a precursor for the Hiking Through History Along Troy’s Wynantskill event. Attendance at the trail hike is optional. For more information about the hike CLICK HERE.

Where: 1 East Industrial Parkway | Troy 12180
Shuttle: Yes, from the RAMBLE Main Booth

GEO CACHING IN DOWNTOWN
Join the group as we explore hidden treasures in downtown Troy. Geocaching is a real-world treasure hunting game in which the goal is to navigate to a set of GPS coordinates and seek out the geocache container hidden there. There will be an introduction to geocaching followed by a hunt led by an experienced geocacher for some nearby downtown Troy caches!

Level: Open to All Good for beginners or advanced participants
When: 11:00 AM
Where: Meet at the RAMBLE Main Booth on 2nd and State
(in front of the Troy Music Hall)

Additional Equipment: A GPS unit or GPS-enabled device, including most cell phones
Accessible: Yes

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