Explore Oakley After Hours On Metro Trolley June 10
CINCINNATI –Visitors can fully experience Oakley After Hours with the help of a free Metro trolley on Friday, June 10, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Free rides are being sponsored by Oakley Community Council and event sponsors.CINCINNATI –Visitors can fully experience Oakley After Hours with the help of a free Metro trolley on Friday, June 10, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Free rides are being sponsored by Oakley Community Council and event sponsors. From an art show and live music at Redtree Art Gallery and Coffee to special deals at King Arthur’s Court Toys or dinner at Oakley Pub and Grill – the Metro trolley is the best way to get around to the participating locations. The theme for the June event is “Furry Friends.” Oakley Square will host many activities, including a petting zoo, local animal rescue groups with animals available for adoption, and pet-related vendors. The Corryville Suzuki Project will be giving their summer concert at 7 p.m. Legend Community Church will provide free cotton candy and hot dogs. Brazee Street Studios will have an open studio to give visitors the chance to meet the artists, see demonstrations and enjoy refreshments. Circus entertainers and animal-themed face painters will also add to the fun. Metro’s trolley will travel a 3.3-mile loop through Oakley every 20 minutes. Look for the Metro “Trolley Stop” signs along the route. Metro trolley’s Oakley After Hours route: From Marburg layover via Marburg Left on Vandercar Right on Madison Left on Drake Left on Cadillac Right on Drakewood Right on Wasson Right on Drake Right on Madison Left on Ridge Left on Ibsen Left on Marburg to layover Oakley After Hours, which features activities and specials that highlight the many shops and restaurants in Oakley, was created and coordinated by the Oakley Community Council. The Metro trolley will also provide service for the Friday, July 8 and Friday, August 12 Oakley After Hours events. For more information, visit www.oakleynow.com/oakleyafterhours/ . Metro is a non-profit, tax-funded public service of the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, providing about 17 million rides per year. Learn more about Metro at www.go-metro.com.
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