The Miami County Visitors & Convention Bureau (MCVCB) is launching a Tourism Grant Program for 2023. Anyone involved in travel and tourism-related activity in Miami County may apply for matching funds of up to $5,000. The purpose of the Miami County Tourism Grant Program is to help develop or bolster destination assets and the visitor experience driving visitation, overnight stays, and increase visitor spending to area communities, to enhance the liveability of the area, to support and encourage collaboration within Miami County and the region, and to assist local and regional organizations in need of financial assistance for new or
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Summer nights are made better with live music. Be sure to check out these great concerts in July throughout Miami County. Michelle Robinson Band, Prouty Plaza, Troy- July 8th @ 7:30pm Recently nominated Cincinnati’s Country Band of the year, the Michelle Robinson Band plays everything from country to rock, pop, and originals. They have enjoyed playing casinos festivals and events across Ohio and have opened for a number of national acts such as Scotty McCreery, Maddie & Tae, Colt Ford, Uncle Kracker, Loretta Lynn, JoeDee Messina and Kentucky Headhunters. Tyler Cochran Trio, Hayner Cultural Center, Troy- July 12th @ 7:30pm
Miami County is a great place for biking enthusiasts to visit. With two bike-friendly towns, Troy and Piqua, and the beautiful trails and cycling events, cyclists of every level will love what Miami County has to offer. Great Miami Recreational Trail Miami County is home to a section of The Great Miami Recreational Trail. This trail is part of the largest paved trail network in the country. Much of this trail runs alongside the 99-mile stretch of the Great Miami Riverway, which starts in Sidney and Ends in Hamilton. While cycling, be sure to stop at some of the amazing and
Searching for local fresh produce and locally made products? Look no further. Check out these great farmers markets right here in Miami County! Piqua– The Piqua Community Farmers Market is held weekly on Thursdays from 3pm-6pm rain or shine. Put on by Mainstreet Piqua, to promote and sell locally grown produce and products directly from producer to consumer. You can find this great market downtown in front of Fort Piqua Plaza on West High Street. Pleasant Hill- The Netwon Local Farmers Market is held Fridays in Newton High School’s west-front parking lot. This family-friendly event features local market vendors, food trucks,