By Jane Warnock
Coordinator, First Friday Art Walk
Enjoy the festive atmosphere during First Friday Art Walk. Experience a variety of live music, artwork and refreshments in Old Town as well as 1st, 2nd Streets from 5pm – 8:00 pm. Then plan to stay for dinner at one of the delicious restaurants on both the west and east side of Old Town.
Eastside Old Town
The Gallows, 150 S. 4th, to feature ceramicist Paul Dodez.
Historic Warehouse District
The Museum of Clean Gallery, 711 S.2nd, will host painter Lou Pirro, and will host the annual photography show by the students of Wendy Roberts of Just Hold Still Photography.
Portneuf Valley Brewing, 615 S. 1st, will host artist Nikki Maw. Live music with The Maw Band beginning at 8:30pm.
Westside Old Town
The Shady Lady at 655 N. Arthur, will feature holiday art by artist Ron Lewis, also Walking Through A Winter Wonderland with the art of holiday deco by The Lady’s.
Flowers by L.D., 715 N. Main, will celebrate their annual Holiday Open House.
Adam & Eve, 657 N. Main, will be celebrating their first Art Walk and is going to host bronze sculptor Kristol Coker
Pocatello Co-op, 515 N. Main, will host painter Aubri Matkin
Muse Boutique Salon & Spa, 501 N. Main, will host a local artist
Pocatello Art Center, 444 N. Main, will feature their annual Holiday Show and sale with many unique pieces. The show will continue through December 23rd. Reception during show.
American Family Insurance, 427 N. Main, will be showing art by Karen Solomon
Mustard Seed Dreams, 362 N. Main, will feature Teresa Rosalie Roberts’ digital art and hand made jewelry.
Trinity Episcopal Church, at the corner of Arthur and Lander, will host an evening of baroque music performed by Trent Clegg, tenor; Elissa Jones, soprano; Amanda Bowden, contralto; Joe Marley, bass, David Parry, continuo; and Joe Hanson, cello. The first performance will begin at 6:00 PM, and the second one will begin at 7:00 PM. Refreshments will be served
Great Harvest Bread, N. Main, will feature mixed media paintings and drawings by Jessica Downes, and jewelry by Mirjam.
Molinelli’s Jewelers, 126 N. Main, to feature internationally recognized and collected Western artist, painter Ron Moore.
Cynthia Louise Boutique, 123 N. Main, is having a fashion show highlighting recycled fashion designs by Cartier Couture along with fashions for a masquerade ball. Cosmetologist Cameo Curnutt’s makeup artistry for a masquerade ball will be demonstrated on the fashion models. Show times are at 5:00, 6:00 & 7:00. Local jewelry artist JOVETTE will show her work and there will be live music by D2Rs.
Gate City Fine Art Gallery 315 W. Center, to host local artist
Artist Open Studios, 315 W. Center, 3rd floor artist open studios
1st Person Games, 320 W. Center, will host artist Bob Beason throughout the month of November.
Mind Your Own Beadness, 103 S. Main, will feature Patricia Katsilometes, “Air Plants” in a variety of glass containers Great food, drinks and fun for all
The Paper Doll Boutique, 122 S. Main, will host artist Nikcole King. Refreshments will be served
Katz Kreationz, 122 S. Main, Grand Opening will showcase a variety of items created for special occasions.
The Orange and Black Store, 123 S. Main, celebrates it’s 3rd birthday with guitarist Jareth X Sampson. Eat cake with Benny the Bengal.
ERA The Brokerage, 158 S. Main, will be hosting oil painter Jennah Coray
Pocatello Running Company, 200 S. Main, will host the students from the 3rd grade class at Holy Spirit School and their hand made holiday cards. Panini’s from the College Market for snacks, and a mobility clinic with Nichelle from Blue Feather Healing Arts
Mind Your Body, 234 S. Main, Henna artist Heather Miller will be creating body art work. Also, featuring ceramicist Mary Miller. Argentine tango lesson at 7:00, and circle salsa lessons at 7:30pm.
The Elks Club, 410 S. Main, to welcome the band “Alohamora” from 6-8