Taste of the Arts 2019


Mainstreet Piqua draws hundreds to downtown

Callie Luthman, 2, William Luthman, 5, and Bryce Thompson, 6, of Piqua cheer as their giant domino blocks fall during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts event.

Callie Luthman, 2, William Luthman, 5, and Bryce Thompson, 6, of Piqua cheer as their giant domino blocks fall during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts event.


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

It’s never too cold for ice cream! Nolan Young, 6, of Piqua, enjoys an ice cream cone at Taste of the Arts


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Jacob, 8, and Isaac, 7, Eichhorn, of Troy, sign up for the Mainstreet Piqua Duck Drop that will be held later this summer in Piqua.


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Some of the answers on a downtown blackboard asking “What do you love about Piqua” during Friday’s annual Taste of the Arts


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

A piece of stained glass art emerges under the hands of artist Gerald Born of Piqua on Friday. Born was one of the featured artists for the event and was working inside Barclay’s.


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

One of the scale model trains on display for Taste of the Arts, courtesy of Piqua Arts Council and Jordan Kneper


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Tumblers from Tumble-U perform during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts.


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Riley Scherer, right, serves up a treat to a customer at the Dobo’s Delights booth


Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Callie Luthman, 2, William Luthman, 5, and Bryce Thompson, 6, of Piqua cheer as their giant domino blocks fall during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts event.

It’s never too cold for ice cream! Nolan Young, 6, of Piqua, enjoys an ice cream cone at Taste of the Arts

Jacob, 8, and Isaac, 7, Eichhorn, of Troy, sign up for the Mainstreet Piqua Duck Drop that will be held later this summer in Piqua.

Some of the answers on a downtown blackboard asking “What do you love about Piqua” during Friday’s annual Taste of the Arts

A piece of stained glass art emerges under the hands of artist Gerald Born of Piqua on Friday. Born was one of the featured artists for the event and was working inside Barclay’s.

One of the scale model trains on display for Taste of the Arts, courtesy of Piqua Arts Council and Jordan Kneper

Tumblers from Tumble-U perform during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts.

Riley Scherer, right, serves up a treat to a customer at the Dobo’s Delights booth

Callie Luthman, 2, William Luthman, 5, and Bryce Thompson, 6, of Piqua cheer as their giant domino blocks fall during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts event.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste1.jpgCallie Luthman, 2, William Luthman, 5, and Bryce Thompson, 6, of Piqua cheer as their giant domino blocks fall during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts event. Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

It’s never too cold for ice cream! Nolan Young, 6, of Piqua, enjoys an ice cream cone at Taste of the Arts
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste2.jpgIt’s never too cold for ice cream! Nolan Young, 6, of Piqua, enjoys an ice cream cone at Taste of the Arts Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Jacob, 8, and Isaac, 7, Eichhorn, of Troy, sign up for the Mainstreet Piqua Duck Drop that will be held later this summer in Piqua.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste3.jpgJacob, 8, and Isaac, 7, Eichhorn, of Troy, sign up for the Mainstreet Piqua Duck Drop that will be held later this summer in Piqua. Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Some of the answers on a downtown blackboard asking “What do you love about Piqua” during Friday’s annual Taste of the Arts
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste4.jpgSome of the answers on a downtown blackboard asking “What do you love about Piqua” during Friday’s annual Taste of the Arts Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

A piece of stained glass art emerges under the hands of artist Gerald Born of Piqua on Friday. Born was one of the featured artists for the event and was working inside Barclay’s.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste5.jpgA piece of stained glass art emerges under the hands of artist Gerald Born of Piqua on Friday. Born was one of the featured artists for the event and was working inside Barclay’s. Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

One of the scale model trains on display for Taste of the Arts, courtesy of Piqua Arts Council and Jordan Kneper
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste6.jpgOne of the scale model trains on display for Taste of the Arts, courtesy of Piqua Arts Council and Jordan Kneper Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Tumblers from Tumble-U perform during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste7.jpgTumblers from Tumble-U perform during Friday’s Mainstreet Piqua Downtown Taste of the Arts. Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today

Riley Scherer, right, serves up a treat to a customer at the Dobo’s Delights booth
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/05/web1_051019mju_Taste8.jpgRiley Scherer, right, serves up a treat to a customer at the Dobo’s Delights booth Mike Ullery |Miami Valley Today
Mainstreet Piqua draws hundreds to downtown