Hidden Spaces Taking Place Tonight Downtown Delaware

Join Main Street Delaware on June 2 for a revealing look at some of the city’s architectural gems and “Hidden Spaces.”
Sponsored by Ohio Living Sarah Moore and Performance Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Delaware, the self-guided First Friday “Hidden Spaces” tour will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and feature an opportunity to visit nearly a dozen unfinished and other spaces not always open to the public.
Some spaces scheduled to tour include Willis Intermediate School; the third-floor (former ballroom) above Sandusky Street Antiques; the second floors of Toujours, Barley Hopsters, and Breakaway Cycling; the basement of Coffeeology; second floor and basement of The Greater Gouda; the office space of Clay Media Group; and Ohio Wesleyan University’s Slocum Hall and Richard M. Ross Art Museum, which is displaying an exhibit of art quilts.
Tickets for “Hidden Spaces” are $10 per person, with children 12 and under admitted free. Tickets are available online or in person at The Greater Gouda, 12 N. Sandusky St., Delaware. Tickets – and maps for all ticket holders – will be available after 5 p.m. on First Friday at the Main Street Delaware office, 20 E. Winter St., Delaware.
All tour sites will be designated by balloons and hosted by Main Street Delaware volunteers able to share some of each location’s rich history. Proceeds from the evening will support Main Street Delaware’s efforts to preserve and promote the city’s historic downtown.
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Toby Boyce, president and broker for C.G. Boyce Real Estate Co., began his career as professional writer and winning influence with folks. He continues to do just that working with buyer and sellers throughout greater Delaware County. Toby has been a professional real estate agent since 2006 working mostly within residential real estate while doing some commercial and rental management as well. Toby grew up in Danville, Ohio, learning the lessons of hard-work and the value of a hand shake. He continued his education at Mount Union College (Bachelor's of Arts) and Heidelberg College (Master's of Business Administration) in business.