Following Cold, Wintery Last Few Days Weather Finally Cooperating Just in Time for First Friday Art Crawl

Published Friday, April 5, 2013 at 4:02 pm

By Paul T. Choate

Victor Ekpuk: Drawing Memories is being featured currently at the Turchin Center. Photo courtesy of ASU

Victor Ekpuk: Drawing Memories is being featured currently at the Turchin Center. Photo courtesy of ASU

April 5, 2013. Following some unseasonable wintery weather over the past few days, the weather has decided to cooperate just in time for tonight’s First Friday Art Crawl. It’s 48 degrees and sunny in downtown Boone right now and temperatures are expected to stay in the mid-40s for much of the evening.

As with every first Friday, downtown Boone will be taken over by the monthly First Friday Art Crawl starting about closing time or a little after this evening. Like always, this month’s crawl will feature food, drinks and live music with work and exhibitions from local artists. And as usual, everyone is invited to come out and enjoy some Friday night fun.

There are several businesses along West King and Howard streets and the fun lasts until late in the evening (or even early morning) at many places. 

Participating businesses include (in alphabetical order):

641 RPM – 691 W. King St
Anna Banana’s – 641 W. King St.
Antiques on Howard – 199 Howard St. #1
Art of Oil – 819 W. King St.
Artwalk – 611 W. King St.
Beadbox & Grateful Grounds – 585 W. King St.
Boone Saloon – 489 W. King St.
Capones’s Pizza & Bar – 454 W. King St.
Cha Da Thai – 173 Howard St.
Char Modern American Restaurant – 179 Howard St.
Doe Ridge Pottery – 585 D W. King St.
Footsloggers – 139 S. Depot St.
Gladiola Girls – 549 W. King St.
Glug Beer & Wine – 444 W. King St.
Hands Gallery – 543 W. King St.
Jones House – 604 W. King St.
Lucky Penny/Shear Shakti – 693 W. King St.
Macado’s – 539 W. King St.
Mast General Store – 630 W. King St.
Modern Rustic – 182 Howard St.
Nth Degree Gallery – 683 W. King St.
Open Door – 703 W. King St.
Proper Restaurant – 142 S. Water St.
Shear Shakti – 693 W. King St.
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts – 423 W. King St.
Vidalia’s Restaurant & Wine Bar – 831 W. King St.
Watauga Arts Council – 783 W. King St.
Yosefa AntiquiTEA — 161-C Howard St.

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