Thursday, August 1, 2013

Trinidad Art Nights This Friday

This Friday is Art Nights in Trinidad. This is seasonal but ongoing and the first Friday of the month through October. Below is a list of events and venues for this Friday's celebration which goes from 6 to 9 pm.

1. Trinidad Trading Company 460 Main St. -  Original Songs by Tim Breed. Art TBA.
2. WindanSea 410 Main St. - Featured art by local artists and gifts.
3. Trinidad Museum  400 Janis Court at Patricks Point Dr. -   "A contribution to Prayer,"
  Photographs of Native Americans of Northwest,  Visual art by Lee Taylor Walashek,
  and J. Goldsborough. Guitar vocal music by Richard “Ziggy” Eisner.
4. Ocean Grove 480 Patricks Point Dr - Afterparty! Original Country Rock by
  Rooster Mclintock. Doors open at  9pm. Admission $5.
5. CL Leathers 490 Trinity St. - Custom Leather and Design.  Original folk music by
  Joe Garceau in the Mobile Stage. .
6 Trinidad Art Gallery 490 Trinity Street - Featured artist reception for Kris Patzlaff oresenting
 her metalwork in the form of art jewelry and found object art. Music TBA.
7. Saunder’s Park (start of Patricks Point Dr.) - "Spin Jam" at 6:30 pm.  Fire Dancing by
  Circus of the Elements at 8:45pm. Trinidad Skatepark Alliance will provide ramps! Bocce Ball
  court. Balls available at the Museum and Salty’s.
8. The Lighthouse Grill 355 Main St. - Paintings by Susan Mayclin Stephenson.
  Jewelry by Pachamama Jewels. Appetizers, Music by North.
9. Salty's 322 Main st. - Art TBA. Music by “Double Up.”
10. The Eatery 607 Parker St. - TBA.
11. Trinidad Town Hall 409 Trinity St. - TBA.
12. Beachcomber Cafe 363 Trinity St.- TBA.
13. Ocean Wave Healing Arts Studio  behind Beachcomber- Free sessions of Jin Shin
  Jyutsu and ortho-bionomy. Furniture and instruments by Mark "Tree” Allen.
14. Seascape Restaurant and Pier 1 Bay St. - TBA.
15. Trinidad B&B 560 Edwards St. - Trinidad Landscapes by Sam Lundeen. Music TBA.
16. Moonstone Crossing 529 Trinity St. -  Wine Tasting. Paintings by David Steinhardt.
  Mosaics by Amber VanDunk and Jill Garinger.

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