Get Downtown This Thursday: Farmers Market & Movie Night

There’s always a reason to #getdowntown in Laurel. This week’s reason is Downtown Thursday!

Hosted by Agape Church and made possible by Sunbelt Federal Credit Union, this event is definitely a summer favorite. Here’s everything you need to know to make plans to hang out on Thursday evening.

What

Downtown Thursday includes lots to do! A community Farmers market with local vendors of all kinds, a free family-friendly movie night, live music, activities, and food trucks! This week’s movie is Disney’s Raya and The Last Dragon.

Where

The Farmers Market is located on the 300 block of Magnolia Street between some of your favorite Downtown businesses and eateries! Downtown Movie Night is held in the Backlot–in the parking lot located behind the Kress building. It’s one right turn off Magnolia street. Look for the silo!

When

The Farmers Market begins at 5 PM, however the streets are blocked off much earlier in the day. It ends at 8, when Downtown Movie night begins in the Backlot.

 

This event is the perfect way to spend your summer evening in Downtown Laurel. Get out, support our local farmers and vendors, our Downtown, and the community! 

Thank you Agape Church and Sunbelt Federal Credit Union for making Downtown Thursday happen. Join us this Thursday, July 15th, and then—until next year!

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Written by Susan Ladd

Susan Ladd is a native of Franklin, TN. She recently moved to Laurel with her husband, Dr. Seth Ladd. She is an undergraduate of University of Tennessee, Chattanooga where she obtained a degree in Child and Family Studies. Since college, Susan has spent most of her career in customer experience positions. In her most recent role, she was the Experience Concierge for Ramsey Solutions in Nashville, TN where she curated events and experiences for clients. Susan takes pride in impacting others through experiences and her interactions with them. She is excited to use her time from living in places like Nashville, Franklin, Chattanooga, TN, New York City and Asheville, NC to enhance the experiences in Laurel. Susan and her husband are excited to be building a future in Laurel and feels privileged to build on the strong foundation that Laurel Main Street provides.