By 1808Delaware

The folks at Main Street Delaware are having a couple of busy, busy days right in a row this week.

First, the organization is showcasing the “upstairs” of several of these buildings in its Hidden Spaces Tour. The first such event was held by Downtown Delaware, Inc and the Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce. back in the fall of 1998.

As shared by the organization, this will be a change to “See some unfinished places that have been untouched for thirty years, some recently renovated buildings and even some currently under construction.”

This will be a self-guided walking tour that will be held from 6 PM until 9 PM on Friday, September 4. Nearly a dozen locations will be featured.

Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased here. The tour will begin at the Main Street Delaware Welcome Center at 20 E. William Street, next to COhatch. This is where you will pick-up your ticket, history on each of the locations and get started at the first stop on the tour.

On Saturday, the Farmer’s Market returns to Downtown after several weeks at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.

According to the organization, “We will continue to request that customers wear masks, and, as we did at the fairgrounds, we will have masks available at the Main Street Delaware tent. We will also have hand-sanitzer stations set up at the beginning and ending of each block.”

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