The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is the main hub for arts and culture in Troy, Ohio. The three story facility offers meeting rooms, ballroom, courtyard, and classroom. It is very popular for Homecoming and Prom pictures as well as smaller wedding parties. I attend meetings for the Miami County Herb Society a handful of time per year located at Troy-Hayner. My daughter takes ballet lessons in the 3rd floor ballroom each week September through May.
The building itself was the home to Mary Jane Hayner and became the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center in 1976. The Center houses historic furnishings and works of art, a Victorian doll house, and a permanent exhibition about the Hayner Distillery Company. There is no admission fee to visit the Center or its exhibits and most musical and family events are free and open to the public.
The picture below is of the side entrance located just beside the art classroom where many classes and art camps are held each year.
The current exhibit which just opened May 8 is called FABRICATED IMAGES: Works by the Dayton Printmaking Cooperative and Mythic Silver Studio.
An example of just a few of what the exhibit holds are shown below. Princess took these pictures before her ballet class right after the exibit was installed.
The end of the 2nd floor hallway right at the top of the stairs offers a wonderful full wall gallery area to display all sorts of works of art. This exhibit showcases framed jewelry pieces from the Mythic Silver Studio collection.
Today is Day 9 of our local travel challenge be sure to check out all the details. Each day is open for other family travel bloggers to participate in #30Places30Days. If you missed yesterday’s post, then hop on over and read all about Jay & Mary’s Book Center.
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