An afternoon with newly planted trees, music, food and fun for a sustainable Downtown Troy
Come celebrate Earth day with friends and neighbors – https://www.facebook.com/events/195010777924216/
TROY, N.Y. — Troy’s Earth Day Block Party will take place on Saturday, April 21st from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., on Fulton Street, between 4th Street and 5th Street. Join the Downtown Troy Business Improvement District and the local community in celebrating Earth Day with an afternoon of Family Fun. There will be earth day themed activities, Live Music by Oobleck, Face Painting, Balloon Animals, local food, beverages by Hudson-Chatham Winery and more!
The BID wishes to extend a huge thank you to Monolith Solar for supporting the event. Due to their generous donation, the event is free with a suggested donation of $10. Celebrate Earth Day by supporting the Downtown Troy BID Raise . Plant . Grow Tree Initiative, raising funds to plant up to 150 trees in Downtown Troy. To learn more about the program or to donate, visit www.downtowntroy.org/bid-foundation
Leading up to Earth Day, the Downtown Troy BID will kick off planting for the Raise. Plant. Grow Tree Initiative which has raised $23,000 to date of the $75,000 goal. Planting will begin by filling a group of empty tree wells along Fulton Street (between 4th St. and 5th Ave.).
It’s events like this, and community members like you that have helped the Downtown Troy BID grow Troy’s Urban Tree Canopy. Come celebrate Earth Day among friends and neighbors with live music and family fun!
Troy’s Earth Day Block Party will take place on Saturday, April 21st from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., on Fulton Street, between 4th Street and 5th Street.
The Earth Day Block Party is sponsored by Monolith Solar and planting of the trees by Constable Tree Service.
About Monolith Solar:
Monolith Solar is proud to lead the way for a cleaner, greener New York. Their Community Solar program gives you all the benefits of solar power without putting panels on your roof. They offer a subscription to the power produced by panels at remote solar farms, as well as a purchase option. Community Solar is available to homeowners, renters, and businesses, meaning anyone who pays a power bill can now go solar and save on energy!
Media and event support provided by All Over Albany, The National Kidney Foundation, Albany Broadcasting, Massive Mesh, Stone Industries, and the Spot 518.
For more information about Downtown Troy, visit DowntownTroy.org.