Troy Restaurant Week is Back
Enjoy vibrant, savory, seasonal menus crafted just for Troy Restaurant Week from Sunday, Aug. 18 through Friday, Aug. 23.
The week-long event features 22 fine dining and family restaurants throughout Troy. Most menus include three courses and range from $15 to $45 for lunch and dinner. You can make reservations and view menus on troyrestaurantweek.com. Not all participating restaurants are offering deals for both lunch and dinner so be sure to check out the website.
The 22 participating restaurants include: 2Booli, Bahama Breeze, Benihana, The Capital Grille, Crispelli’s, Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse, Granite City Food & Brewery, La Saj Lebanese Bistro, Lebanese Grill, Loccino Italian Grill & Bar, The Melting Pot, Morton’s The Steak House, NM Café at Neiman Marcus, Ocean Prime, Picano’s Italian Grill, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Seasons 52, Sedona Taphouse, Shield’s Restaurant Bar Pizzeria, Station Square Kitchen + Bar, and Steelhouse Tavern.
Save a Life: Donate Blood
Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. But according to the American Red Cross, supply can’t always meet demand because only about 3% of age-eligible people donate blood yearly.
Please consider making a generous donation to the Red Cross lifesaving blood supply. To make it easy, the Troy will host an entire week of blood drives this summer at the following convenient times and locations:
Monday, July 22 | Fire-Police Training Center | 4850 John R | 9 am-6 pm
Tuesday, July 23 | Troy Community Center | 3179 Livernois | 9 am-9 pm
Wednesday, July 24 | Troy Community Center | 3179 Livernois | 9 am-9 pm
Thursday, July 25 | First Presbyterian Church | 4328 Livernois | 11am-5 pm
Friday, July 26 | Troy Community Center | 3179 Livernois | 9 am-8 pm
Donation appointments can be easily scheduled by calling 313-300-9617 or 248-524-1147, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, or by using the free Blood Donor App. Walk-ins are welcome, but a photo ID or Red Cross Donor Card will be required at the time of donation. Donors must be at least 17 years old, weigh more than 110 pounds, and be in good general health.
Check Out the New Feature on Sonic Alert
Each week at Local Business News, we feature a small business with a huge footprint. Last week, we introduced readers to Sonic Alert in Troy. Read all about it here.
Enjoy the Great Outdoors at The Stage Nature Center
Now that the Polar Vortex is safely in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to enjoy the outdoors at The Stage Nature Center. The nature center trails are open daily from dawn to dusk for walking only – no pets, biking, running or collecting. In addition to open trails, the Nature Center is open Tuesdays-Fridays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. this summer. Many programs are offered to educate people about animals and their habitats.
Registration is required for all programs, and you can register online at stagenaturecenter.org. Call the Stage Nature center at 248.688.9703 to check on program availability.
Programs are all offered by the Troy Nature Society, a nonprofit organization that has an agreement with the City of Troy to conduct educational nature programs at the SNC. TNS Members receive discount for events that require fees. Donations for free events are also kindly accepted.
The Stage Nature Center is located at 6685 Coolidge Hwy., between Square Lake Road and South Boulevard Visit stagenaturecenter.org for more information or call 248-688-9703.