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Friday, September 6, 2013

September First Friday Roundup!

Posted By on Fri, Sep 6, 2013 at 3:50 PM

Summer is officially over. Except that the weather is still gorgeous and there are still a crap ton of awesome events going on downtown. So...maybe we've got a few weeks of summer to go. Below we've linked information about a few of the First Friday events happening tonight. As always the streets will be full of buskers, artists and (if you arive early) businesses flowing with free drinks!

Check out a rehearsal of the upcoming perfromance of Spamalot at the Tower Theater, 6 pm. (We hear rumors of free beer!)

Source cover artist Kaycee Anseth has her art hanging in Franklin's Crossing.

Foxes, by Kaycee Anseth.
  • Foxes, by Kaycee Anseth.

Local author April Genevieve Tucholke will be signing her new YA novel, "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" at Tin Pan accompanied by horror films and spooky drinks.

By Natalie Fletcher.
  • By Natalie Fletcher.

Local artist Natalie Fletcher is having a fundraiser at the Astro Lounge to raise funds to send her and a model to a body painting competition in Atlanta, GA later this year.

The 26.2 Hour Painting Marathon continues at Crow's Feet Commons!

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