First Friday on Main Street
Photo by Andy Towle.
Artists of the Rim Gallery
Spend First Friday, Oct. 5 at the Artists of the Rim Gallery on Main Street. The gallery will be showcasing its new artist and member, Carol Kane.
Kane is an East Coast native and earned her bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Ohio Wesleyan University, then moved west where she fell in love with the wide open sky, peaceful deserts and majestic mountains which are reflected in her masterful paintings, impressionistic landscapes and Native American figures.
Artist aficionados may remember Alan and Carole Snyder. They were active members of the gallery and will be rejoining it in October and will be highlighted as featured artists in November.
Please plan to stop by the gallery from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 5, 408 W. Main St. Carol Kane will be happy to discuss her art, and both Carole and Allen will be there to talk about their extensive travels.
Please plan to stop in on First Friday and talk “art” with the gallery’s members.
Bootleg Alley Antiques & Art
Come join the First Friday gathering of friends and neighbors at Bootleg Alley Antiques & Art. Enjoy the soft rock, jazzy sounds of Trouble in Paradise as they perform a free concert in front of the store. Parents and grandparents alike can sign up for free books. Sign-up forms for the Imagination Library in partnership with Gila Country Library District will be available. By signing up, children receive a free book each month until they turn five. Funding for this program is through First Things First. Hot dogs will be available for $2 from Hottie Dog on the Bun. For Octoberfest, all steins and mugs are 20 percent off. On October 5th, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., look for refreshments, music, and ambiance at Bootleg Alley Antiques & Art, 520 W. Historic Main St.
Down the Street Art Gallery
For First Friday in October, Down the Street Art Gallery will be honoring the apple harvest season and autumn with cider and apple-flavored treats. Meet the artists and see new works. Stop by 703 W. Main St. from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 5.