Final summer First Friday
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What: First Fridays
When: Friday, Sept. 2, 4 p.m.
Where: Tallac Avenue
Come out to Tallac Avenue for the final First Friday of the summer, which begins at 4 p.m. and concludes at 7 p.m.
First Fridays are a celebration of art and local boutiques, and this week’s activities include Feather Me Orange, which features “unique, handcrafted leather … brass jewelry, bags … mud cloth throw pillows,” and Nature of Alchemy, which involves “handmade, organic body products made in small batches with ingredients from ethically-run companies,” according to the Facebook event page.
“Come meet the artists, have a drink, and enjoy some live music this Friday evening,” states the Facebook page.
“[From] 4-7 p.m. on the first Friday of each month, Wildwood DIY Boutique teams up with Gaia-Licious Boutique and Knits & Knots Yarn Shop to bring you a fun evening of live music, featured spotlight artists, art projects, snacks and refreshments. Please join us the First Friday of each month all year long,” states Tahoe South’s page for the event.
First Fridays continue throughout the year, and more information on future events will be released at a later date.
The events are free to attend, and are located on Tallac Avenue at Wildwood Makers Market, Gaia-Licious Global Gifts and Knits & Knots Tahoe.
More information is available on the First Fridays Midtown Facebook page or at http://www.tahoesouth.com. Learn more about the different boutiques on Facebook or respective websites http://www.wildwooddiy.com, http://www.gaialicious.com and http://www.knitsandknotstahoe.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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