Third Thursday Turners Falls
Jul 18, 2013 (5:30pm - 8:30pm)
Third Thursday Turners Falls is a monthly arts, culture and downtown business night featuring art exhibits, open studios, musical performances, walking tours, theater, invited artisans and other attractions in the village as well as extended open hours at participating venues.
Come out and hear some fabulous music in the streets by performers in the Upper Valley Music Festival 2013!
Full line up will be posted as we get closer to the event, but here are some previews:
Friends of the Great Falls Discovery Center, 2 Avenue A - The Gaslight Tinkers play live in the courtyard of the Great Hall
Allen Fowler Studio, 24 2nd Street - June and the Bee duo singin' in the street! Exhibit inside features new artwork from the Buttress Series
LOOT, 62 Avenue A - Stop by for a taste of chilled pea and mint soup from Chef Stephen Cobb, get a free balloon, and take a look at the new "loot" on the shelves
Jake's Tavern, 64 Avenue A - Music outside by Daniel hales, and the frost heaves. 6 oz. Angus Burger with Fries $6.99.
FUNK*SHUN, 38 3rd Street - Live wool spinning demo with Carole Adams of Whispering Pines Farms
3rd Street Studios, 36 Third Street - Music by Jpint Chiefs of Stuff, Bang Tail Cat, and FDOME (Flaming Dragons Of Middle Earth). Current artworks by Max Armen, Loran Burke, and Wes Talbot in the open studio.
The Rendezvous, 78 Third Street - New art by Allen Fowler, Element Brewing Beer Tasting, raffle prizes
Madison on the Avenue, 102 Avenue A - Live music by John Landino and Jack Nelson. 25% off on "Far-Out" garden accessories, photographs of Turners Falls and surrounding area by Bernard Ethier of Greenfield
Gary's Coins and Antiques, 115 Avenue A - Violet Walker filling the air with the strains of old favorites on her musical saw! Store open for browsing and buying
Black Cow Burger Bar:125 Avenue A, Live music with Scott Kuzmeskus playing. Plus a LEFTY'S BREWING TAP TAKEOVER!
Nina's Nook - 125 Avenue A, Open late. Reception for Distant Objects, work by Barbara Milot. Refreshments in the cranny and acoustic guitar with Caleb Wetherbee (both weather permitting.)
AND tickets to the July 27 Upper Valley Music Fest in Turners Falls will be available in front of the Shea Theater, 71 Avenue A. Meet Downstreet Art, RiverCulture's counterpart from North Adams. Be sure to give them a big welcome to Turners Falls!
RiverCulture works to create a vibrant and connected Turners Falls community through innovative partnerships and cultural programming. Our work is made possible by a grant from the Adams Art Program of the Massachusetts Cultural Council along with our major sponsors: Town of Montague, Hillside Plastics, Judd Wire, Republic Services and individual donations. Special thanks to the Montague Business Association for their sponsorship of this event.