Troy Night Out- Sept 28th

It’s that time again. The month is over. Soon you’ll need to learn a new month number to correctly date your checks (Hint: It’s 10) and you’ll gather up all your bikini bottoms and stuff them in the very back of your top drawer never to be seen again until next summer or when you have some sort of clothing crisis  which involves being completely out of clean underwear. No judgment.

Except about you still using checks.

Look! A calendar!

But good news! It’s Troy Night Out this Friday! Stores stay open late, roving bands of ukulele players serende the crowds (I bet you a beer that you can’t NOT smile after listening for 30 seconds), and there’s all types of live entertainment to amuse  you.

I personally plan to celebrate this monthly occurrence the same way I do every month- by touching all of the sweaters at Counties of Ireland and then abusing my debit card at the Ruck or Bacchus. I’d like to say that I’m going to branch out and go to any number of the awesome things that are planned for that night, but I don’t want to lie to you. Our relationship means that much to me.

However, if you want to be more adventurous than I am, here’s the link for what’s going on: http://troynightout.org/listings/ Just a heads up- the Zombie Mob was cancelled because the weather was expected to be bad. Now you have one more month to practice your Thriller Dance!

Comments

  1. Karen says:

    Come to the Music Hall! We do an hour long tour, starting at 6 PM. We talk about the acoustics and why they are so amazing, take you backstage, up into the organ loft – it’s a really great way to spend an hour and learn all about this gem right in our backyard.

  2. Jessica says:

    MAXBY….looking forward to reuniting. It’s been too long. I say we go to the music hall for the history tour at 6 and then convene at Daisy’s for some fine wines and whiskey. Dark and Stormy. You, in the red lips. Me in the black boots. We meet again.

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