I've always wondered what was up there!

THIS Friday is First Friday! Click HERE for a list of things happening during the Upper Floor Tour. Tickets are still available for purchase - only $5 each. You can purchase tickets in advance at the Darke County Welcome Center (421 S. Broadway, directly next to KitchenAid Experience) or you will have the opportunity to purchase tickets the night of the event at any of the featured buildings on the tour. We hope to see you! #events

Ted Grote Portrait Sale!

Last summer, Ted Grote decided to retire and sell his building after YEARS of service to the community. A group of volunteers helped him move out of the space. It was a true honor to help this man who dedicated his life to documenting those who live here. We will be holding a portrait sale on Sunday, May 17th during our Eat on the Street Food Truck Rally. Those who have had portraits taken by Ted will have the opportunity to sift through the images to find their portraits. We will be collecting donations for the images, all of which will go directly to Ted. We have received many phone calls about portraits, please help us share the info.

Explore Historic Upper Floors During First Friday

Have you ever wondered what is on the upper floors of our historic downtown buildings? If so, you will want to be part of Main Street Greenville’s First Friday Upper Floor Tour on Friday, May 1st to see and discover these hidden locations! This amazing tour will take place from 6-9 pm and will include 4 upper floor locations and 1 bonus location in downtown! Also, since it is "First Friday", downtown businesses will be open late for you to shop, dine, and enjoy! The Upper Floor Tours were created to highlight the historic buildings located in our downtown district and remind residents of the true magnitude of the buildings. “The City of Greenville is incredibly fortunate to have 83 buildings

Kids of All Ages Loved the Downtown Scavenger Hunt!

To view the full gallery of photos from the event, please click HERE. You guys are awesome, even with the nasty weather we had a great turn-out for First Friday! Over 120 people participated in our Scavenger Hunt event and even more made their way downtown to enjoy other activities and events offered! Here are just a few of my favorite photos from the evening. Thank you to Mindy Steyer and Tam Mcnulty for volunteering to help pull this event together, they are amazing members of Team Main Street and all around fabulous ladies! Also, thank you to MJS Plastics, Inc. for sponsoring the scavenger hunt for all to enjoy! To all of the businesses who stayed open late or offered something fun in the


First Friday will take place this evening, but the petting zoo has been canceled, due to the rain. Luckily, the rest of the events listed on our website (http://bit.ly/1N8yyHW) will be held inside various locations and will still take place as scheduled this evening! To participate in the Downtown Scavenger Hunt, please pick-up your form inside Readmore's Hallmark. We hope to have you join us - remember, April showers bring May flowers!

National Main Street Conference!

I had an amazing time at the National Main Street Conference in Atlanta with Troy Main Street and Mainstreet Piqua, Inc., but we are happy to be back home! #ohioproud #EDUCATION

Urban Century: America's Return to Main Street

During the National Main Street Conference, I had the absolute pleasure of getting a first look at the documentary created by Notice Films titled - Urban Century: America's Return to Main Street. The filmmakers are in the process of submitting the film to festivals across the country, but I hope to hold a screening of this film in downtown Greenville as soon as possible. It is a beautiful film that helps to tell the story of Main Street Greenville's mission and the mission of any Main Street program across the entire nation. It also helps to tell the inspiring story of the business owners who have owned stores in downtown districts for many years and the story of those who are creating new b

Main Street Greenville promotes historic preservation and economic development, resulting in a cultural downtown district that attracts and retains businesses and entrepreneurs, making downtown a desirable destination.

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