Music to Play Year-Round in Downtown Greenville

The next time you are in downtown Greenville, close your eyes and open your ears. Quickly, you will notice background music now fills the air of the historic district. Main Street Greenville, the non-profit organization created to help revitalize the downtown district, typically plays holiday music throughout downtown from the end of November through the first of January. Now, music will be offered all year-round for residents and visitors to enjoy. “Our Design Committee works to create a welcoming environment in the downtown area. They felt offering music all-year would make the district more inviting,” said Amber Garrett, Executive Director of Main Street Greenville. Shortly after coming u

It's First Friday Week!

An array of musicians will perform during Main Street Greenville’s October First Friday event! The event is scheduled for Friday, October 2nd from 6-9 pm in downtown Greenville. Click here to learn more about the event. #FirstFriday #Events #Music

New Board Members

Main Street Greenville elected two new members to their board of trustees. They are Mrs. Sean Miller & Mrs. Amy Pelaston. Sean Miller Sean is the Marketing and Events Director for Outreach Promotional Solutions, a small marketing business out of Columbus that allows her to work from her home in Arcanum during the day. In addition, she works at the Coffee Pot as a barista on evenings and weekends, as well as working with local small businesses and organizations, including the Garst Museum on various design and marketing projects. Sean is a 2010 graduate of Greenville High School and a 2014 graduate of Ball State University, with a degree in Public Relations. She and her new husband, Jenson (a

Only 35 Tickets Left!

UPDATE: ONLY 35 TICKETS LEFT! Do you love all things chocolate? If so, you will not want to miss Main Street Greenville’s popular First Friday event in November! The Chocolate Walk, sponsored by Readmore's Hallmark of Greenville will take place on Friday, November 6th from 6-9 pm. This is a ticketed event which serves as a fundraiser for the non-profit organization. All of the chocolate on the walk has been donated by over 20 participating downtown businesses. Tickets are still available and can be purchased at Readmore’s Hallmark, tickets are $20 each. The self-guided event will start at Readmore’s Hallmark, where ticket holders will get a list of participating businesses and their commemor

Fall has arrived in downtown Greenville!

If you missed our A Day of Harvest event on Saturday, click here to view photos! Thank you to all of our volunteers, we appreciate your work helping us create fun things for the community to enjoy! It was another great day to be downtown Greenville! #ADayofHarvest #Events


Wonderful news for the downtown district and community! We are excited to work with Bluebag Media to create a great Beggars' Night and Halloween Parade on Thursday, October 29th! Click here to read the story from BlueBag Media. #News #press #BeggarsNight #HalloweenParade

Chocolate Walk Tickets

Our First Friday event in November is the popular Chocolate Walk. Sponsored by Readmore's Hallmark of Greenville, the event will take place on Friday, November 6th. This is a ticketed event which serves as a fundraiser for our non-profit organization. All of the chocolate has been donated by the participating downtown businesses. Tickets for the Chocolate Walk will go on sale during the A Day of Harvest event on Saturday, September 26th at Readmore's Hallmark. The doors for ticket sales will open at 9 am, we highly suggest you arrive early to line-up for tickets (in years past, they have sold out in 13 minutes). TICKET SALE INFORMATION: Tickets are $20 each Limit of 4 tickets per person N

Renovation Celebration at St. Clair Memorial Hall

Henry St. Clair Memorial Hall, a historic Darke County treasure opened in 1912, has recently undergone an extensive interior renovation funded by a grant overseen by the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission. A “Renovation Celebration” recognizing those who made these improvements possible will be hosted by Darke County Endowment for the Arts on Oct. 10. The event begins with an open house where guests can tour the building from 6-7 p.m. and will conclude with a ceremony from 7-7:30 p.m. in the Anna Bier Civic Room honoring those who contributed to this restoration which returns the building to its former state of beauty and usefulness. Senate President Keith Faber, Senator Bill Beagle, an

Less than 72 hours!

The generosity of those in our community is one of the many reasons this place is such a great place to live. We reached our goal of $750 in less than 72 hours for our Banner Replacement Project! This was Main Street Greenville's first crowdfunding campaign. Crowdfunding creates an online platform for those in the community to donate quickly and easily to projects they care about, allowing them to be a part of the positive changes that organizations or individuals are doing for the community. Thank you to everyone who donated to this project: Darke Rural Electric Greenville Rotary Darke County Visitors Bureau McCabe Painting Service John & Alice Keller Matt & Andrea Jordan Roger Snide

Downtown Clean-Up Crew

We have changed the time of the remaining Downtown Clean-Up Crew events to 6 pm. If you would like to volunteer to help us pick-up trash and pull weeds downtown, please make plans to join us on the following dates: 9/15, 10/6, 10/20 @ 6:00 pm This volunteer project only takes about 1/2 hour and is a fun way to get involved with keeping our downtown looking great, we hope you can join us! #volunteeropportunities

Can you help us reach our goal?

We are trying to complete a project and could use your help! Main Street Greenville's Design Committee is raising money to order new banners for the historic downtown district. The banners will feature beautiful paintings of Darke County landmarks, painted by Greenville Senior High art students. Please click on the link to see photos, learn more, and donate to help us reach our goal. Thank you! #Crowdfunding #Fundraising #Banners


ATTENTION LOCAL ARTISTS! The Darke County Visitors Bureau and Main Street Greenville today announced that their organizations are collaboratively looking for local artists to display their work at the Darke County Welcome Center, located at 421 S Broadway in Greenville. “Our goal is to raise awareness about the talented artists in our area, and we want to give them a place to display and sell their artwork,” said Matt Staugler, Executive Director of the Darke County Visitors Bureau. “We hope locals and visitors who stop in the Welcome Center for information about our area enjoy them.” Space at the Welcome Center is limited. Artists interested in displaying their work will need to submit an a

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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