• First Friday tonight

    The admission-free celebration that, for five years, has introduced hundreds of fans and community members to local art galleries and other businesses returns May 2 from “5:00 – 8:00-ish,” as Peter Silzer of Silzer Gallery says. The weather is fine, so this is an opportunity to participate in a free-for-all “shop walk.” It’s free, fun, and informative.

    Participating businesses include Peter Silzer Gallery, Planet Trout, Crackpot Gallery and Studio Nouveau, all at 170 Grand Avenue  in the “Studios at Grand” collection of unique galleries. Peter Silzer is showing a colection of his father’s works.

    Strouse & Strouse Gallery shows the works of many artists and is offering a free drawing for a hand-formed ceramic bowl by Masiah. They are located at 178 Grand Avenue.

    On Lighthouse, Artisana Gallery at 162 Lighthouse offers the works of more than 35 local artisans.

    Butterfly at 207 A 16th Street, specializes in gifts for home and garden, many locally made, as well as stationery by Paperoni, plants, soaps, jewelry and many other unique gifts.

    Businesses participating will be flying green flags that evening. Join us in celebrating all that is Pacific Grove! For more information email firstfridaypg@gmail.com or become a fan of First Friday P.G. on Facebook www.facebook.com/ 1stFridayPacificGrove or call Artisana Gallery 831/ 655-9775  for more details.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on May 1, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News


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