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Troy Night Out

TNO logo - large- whiteTroy Night Out is a monthly arts and cultural event that takes place the last Friday of every month in Downtown Troy from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The event regularly draws thousands people onto the streets of Troy, and attendees are able to enjoy over art events, music venues, fine restaurants as well as unique boutiques of all varieties.

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Troy Night Out :: May 29th

Kid's & Pet's Night Out!


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   ** Featuring Live Music      

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Stop by Monument Square (Block E7) to learn more about these organizations 

Transition Troy: Transition Troy is a collection of groups and individuals with a positive vision of a sustainable Troy, acting on that vision and building that future.

Troy Zero Waste: A community organization based in Troy dedicated to reclaiming resources from the waste stream in order to strengthen our community. Visit us for a demonstration of food scrap composting and offer information on reducing, reusing, and recycling our stuff as an alternative to sending it "away" to the landfill. 

Solarize Troy: Solarize is a bulk purchase of solar equipment and installation services. By working together with many households interested in buying solar, we can get better prices on better equipment. This process has been used successfully around the US to dramatically reduce costs and make it easier for home and business owners.

Veggie Mobile: A mobile market that travels to inner-city neighborhoods, delivering a large variety of fresh, affordable and local produce  to residents with limited access to fresh food. Designed for energy efficiency, the box-truck runs on bio-diesel fuel and has been retro-fitted with solar panels, which power the market’s refrigerators.

Rensselaer Land Trust: The only not-for-profit land trust dedicated to the preservation of natural spaces throughout Rensselaer County, especially land that protects sources of drinking water, provides natural habitat for wildlife and maintains the scenic rural character of thecommunity. 

Empire Solar: For over five years,we’ve been helping the people of Albany, NY and the entire Capital District cut their energy usage and save money. Our business exists to help homeowners and business owners alike. We offer full energy solutions, from options to reduce your regular power usage to a plethora of renewable energy solutions.

Vivint SolarOne of the top leading providers in the solar industry, Vivint is here to help homeowners become a part of the solution. You don't pay us for the panels or lease it. Curious to know what the most efficient way to go solar in New York State at no cost of panels to you? Stop by our booth to see if your house qualifies for our zero program and find out! 


TASTE!  all things food and drink 

Beirut Restaurant (184 River Street, Block F8) :: 

Collar City Hard Pressed (215 Broadway, Block E7) :: 

**Daily Grind (46 3rd Street, Block D7) :: 

The Greek House (27 3rd Street, Block D6) :: 

The Grocery (211 Broadway, Block E7) ::

Illium Cafe (9 Broadway, Block C7) :: 

Lucas Confectionery (12 2nd Street, Block E7) ::

Muddaddy Flats Quesadillary (49 Third Street, Block D7) :: 

Peck’s Arcade (217 Broadway, Block E7) ::

**Spill’n the Beans (13 3rd Street, Block D6) ::

The Whistling Kettle (254 Broadway, Block D7) ::



TOUCH! shops, shops, shops

Antiques Warehouse (78 4th Street, Block C7) ::

Artcentric Gallery (266 River Street, Block E6) ::

Apollo's Den (95 4th Street, Block C8) :: 

Aurora's Boutique (286 River Street, Block D6) ::

The Broken Mold (284 River Street, Block D6) ::

The Counties of Ireland (77 Third Street, D8) ::

Enigma Co (16 First Street, Block E7) ::  

Foam Brain Games (71 Fourth Street, Block C7) :: 

Henry Loves Betty (195 River Street, Block F7) :: 

Hippies, Witches & Gypsies (212 River Street, Block F7) ::

JK Bloom Jewelers (21 Third Street, Block D6) :: 

MarEle Boutique (427 River Street, Block C3) :: 

Market Block Books (290 River Street, Block D6) ::

Naturally Grown (282B River Street, Block D6) ::

Nite Owl News (400 Fulton Street, Block C6) ::

Nine Steps Away to Africa (199 River Street, Block F7) :: 

One Kind Boutique (182 River Street, Block F8) ::

T and J Soap (271 River Street, Block E6) ::

Trojan Horse Antiques (2 Third Street, Block D6) :: 

Troy Cloth & Paper (291 River Street, Block D6) ::  

Weathered Wood (13 2nd Street, Block E7) :: 


LOOK! galleries, museums, and other fun things to see

Argyle Gallery (46 4th Street, Block C6) ::

Clement Frame Shop and Art Gallery (201 Broadway (Monument Square), Block E6) ::

Fulton Street Gallery (406 Fulton Street, Block C6) ::

 Martinez Gallery(3 Broadway, Suite 203, Block E7) ::

Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway (38 Third Street, Block D7) ::

The Photography Center (404 River Street, Block C3) :: 

Rensselaer County Historical Society (57 Second St, BlockE8) :: 

Springwood Studios (154 Fourth Street, Block C9) ::

St. Paul's Church (58 3rd Street, Block D7) ::


DO!  performing arts and other cool stuff that you just can’t miss

1st Playable Productions (5 3rd Street, Suite 300, Block 11) ::

The Arts Center of the Capital Region (265 River Street, Block E6) ::

Christ United Methodist Church (35 State Street, Block C7) ::  

Community Massage & Holistic Therapies (255 River Street, Block E6) ::

Heartspace Yoga and Healing Arts (10 2nd Street, Second Floor, Block E7) :: 


TNO Themes:

January - The New Year's Night Out

February - Tiffany Glass Fest/TNO Birthday

March - Flashback Friday

April - Earth Day

May - Kids & Pets Night Out

June - Red, White & Blue

July - Celebrate Summer

August - Sidewalk Sale

September - Student Night

October - Halloween

November - Black Friday Edition

December - No TNO this month