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With the weather warming up, you won't want to miss April's First Friday on Main Street Art & Antiques Walk.

This month's event promises to be a special evening with live music, free refreshments, classic and custom cars on display, carriage rides, on-street parking, Kiwanis hot dogs and brats as well as great store specials.

Eagle Mountain Gallery of Gifts is offering 40 percent off all new furniture and will have Sees Candy available for sale by the Soroptimist Club.

The Main Street Grille will have half-price appetizers on the patio. While enjoying the great food, join in the fun with the KRIM Radio crew and their radio remote.

Down the Street Art Gallery will feature then and now photos showing the artists with their artwork from the beginning of their careers up to the present time.

Enjoy live Country & Western music on site at Git A Rope! as well as a 10 percent storewide discount to anyone who requests it.

You'll find Kathleen Kelly and Jim West performing live at Bootleg Alley Antiques & Art. Conrad Okerwall will also be there with a reception and display. Additionally, you can buy raffle tickets from both the Soroptimist Club and the Payson Humane Society.

Artists of the Rim is featuring Donn Morris with videos of his trip to India and Vietnam as well as demonstrations of India-related art.

J. R. Keller is the featured artist for March. Keller will reveal his new bronze of Tonto Apache Chief Delshay.

At Gasoline Alley you'll find 30 percent off all Betty Boop items. While there, you can roll the dice for a chance to win a free Coca-Cola/jukebox cookie jar. Plus, KCMA Radio will be there with their boom box radio remote.

You simply won't be able to resist the Decadent Chocolate Delights at the Community Presbyterian Church. Shop for gifts from around the world while you enjoy listening to the six-piece musical group "As You Like It."

The First Friday on Main Street Art & Antiques Walk will be held rain or shine from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, April 4, and is presented by the Payson Main Street Merchants Guild along with the Payson Regional Economic Development Corporation.

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