5 Things to Know in Troy This Week (3/4/19)

Troy might not be known as the City that Never Sleeps, but you can still find something to do here every day of the week. The town is a hotspot for families, couples, seniors, and everyone in between with tons of fun events and local businesses. Find out what’s happening in Troy this week and start planning!

Parti Winter Concert Series

The last in an amazing winter season of live music, Parti Events is bidding farewell to the cold weather with Hair of the Dog on Thursday, March 7. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door for general admission, with VIP packages available starting at just $30. 

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Essential Oils 101 at Ace Hardware

If you’ve ever been curious about the essential oils movement, this class is for you! ON Saturday, March 9, attendees can get the skinny on what essential oils are and how to best use them in daily life, promoting an all-around healthier environment and lifestyle. The class also includes a do-it-yourself moisturizer and salt scrub. Admission to the workshop is $35 and includes all class materials. 

Workout for a Cause

If you want to do your body a favor and feel good about doing it, you won't want to miss the Workout for a Cause, hosted by Joy US Foundation. On Saturday, March 9, this free event will feature a cross-training workout, raffle, and food, giving you all the more incentive to come support a great cause. This event starts at 9 a.m. and will take place at Uncle Sam Athletics.

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Leprecon Troy

The city-wide pub crawl is making its way to Troy on Saturday, March 9. Starting at 11 a.m., attendees can begin their journey at the Hangar on the Hudson and make their way to five other venues throughout the crawl (Ryan’s Wake, Wolff's Biergarten, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, McAddy's Pub, and Bootleggers on Broadway). It's a full day of Guinness, glass etchings, and bagpipes. The cost is $10 per person, which includes an official pub crawl T-shirt.

Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam

The Rustic Barn Pub knows how to party, and you won’t want to miss their Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam! They bring the essence of the south straight to Troy, New York, opening up the stage for others to join the jam. Make some new friends, share your favorite songs, and forget the rest of the world for a while.

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