By Jane Warnock
Coordinator, First Friday Art Walk
Check out some of the Old Town haunts during First Friday Art Walk, October 4th, from 5-8pm. Stroll Old Town as well as 1st, 2nd Streets and enjoy the festive art, live music, fashion, and food! Plan to stay for dinner at one of the frighteningly delicious restaurants on both the west and east side of Old Town
Eastside Old Town
The Basic Alternative, 252 E. Center, To host Bob Beason and Monster Man Dan
Historic Warehouse District
The Museum of Clean Gallery, 711 S.2nd, Silk paintings by Elise Wilding
Portneuf Valley Brewing, 615 S. 1st, Photographer Amy Millward. Music by Jeff and Henry will begin at 8:30, no cover.
Westside Old Town
Enchantments, 537 N. Main, John Brian, Author of Ghosts of Pocatello will having a book signing
Pocatello Co-op, 515 N. Main, Jeweler Nikki Meline
Muse Boutique, 501 N. Main, Spooky Soiree complete with Frightful Fashion shows at 6:30 and 7 pm, Sinister Emcee Amber Alder, TangleHair by Stylist J.D. Hanson and Eerie Make-up Aesthetician Nicole Insley, D.J. Paul Hunt, and Wicked Treats by Sand Trap Catering.
Pocatello Art Center, 444 N. Main, The Idaho Watercolor Society Traveling Show that was judged in Boise Reception included.
American Family Insurance, 427 N. Main, Suite A, Artists Peggy Anderson and Jeanne Hand
Main Street Music, 401 N. Main, Hot Rod Art with Brian Chapman
Mustard Seed Dreams, 362 N. Main, Soctoberfest annual guest, Molly Hale. Hand loomed knitted hats and scarves.
Great Harvest Bread Company, 250 N. Main, Jewelry by Wendy Christensen
Trinity Episcopal Church, W. Arthur and Lander, Book signing by local author Judy Brutz Information on the church’s historic stained glass windows will also be available. Refreshments will be served.
Treasure’s Formal, Bridal and Tux, 149 N. Main, Live music to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Old Town Mercantile and Antiques, 134 N. Main, Music by Bob Forrest, Artwork by local artists
Artist Studios 123 N. Main, Upper level open studios, artwork by Bob Beason, Blake Thornton, Gabe Flicker photography. Plus a growing network of other artists
Studio 118, 118 N. Main, Jewelry artists, Gail Dial, Jan Smith, and Pam Lawson
Larraine’s at The Paris, 100 N. Main, Artwork by regional artists, also view nostalgic baseball collectibles, framed works and autographs from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, and Hank Aaron to name a few.
Gate City Gallery 315 W. Center, Printmaker Brent Loman
The Paper Doll, 315 W. Center, #104, Artist Annie Simmons.
Mind Your Own Beadness, 103 S. Main, Caleb Morrison’s band “Best Buy Tomorrow” will play. Jewelry by Kevin ‘Rocks’ Taylor, Laura Zuber, and Nita Rogers. Special guest Artist, The Singing Crow. Will be serving “Franken Mummy’s”
Cynthia Louise Boutique, 150 S. Main, Book signing by author Marilynn J. Harris Music by Roy McKee
The Orange and Black Store, 123 S. Main, designs from Amy’s Custom Creations as part of celebration of ISU Homecoming. Refreshments
Blossoms and Beans, 150 S. Main, Music by Putnam Together (contemporary and country music), Free Tea tasting of Autumn Favorites
Mind Your Body, 234 S. Main, Sidewalk firing of pottery and glass beads in front of the studio with Mary Miller, director of the ISU Craft Shop.
Another Man’s Treasures and Consignments for Causes, 556 South Main Suite B, to welcome a guest artist