Art Walk

The next First Friday Art Walk in Historic Downtown Pocatello is Friday.

POCATELLO — Please join us on Friday as we host First Friday Art Walk from 5 to 8 p.m. in Historic Downtown Pocatello. Stroll through the downtown area and enjoy the various art and entertainment by local and regional artists.

Plan on ending your art walk stroll at one of the many downtown restaurants, breweries and bars that typically offer dinner and beverage specials. Parking is free, and you are sure to see old friends and experience some amazing artwork.

Here are the participating locations:

The Firehouse Gallery, 226 N. Arthur Ave., will host the Idaho State University string ensemble, with Choi and Cox performing live upstairs in the firehouse beginning at 6 p.m.

The Elwen Cottage, 334 N. Main St., will be featuring The Coin Merchant and a shop full of spring décor.

Star Route Brewery, 218 N. Main St., will host Teresa Danzer, who specializes in repurposed furniture and wood items, custom chairs and original paintings.

Poky Dot Boutique, 201 N. Main St., will host Taylor Bunn, a local wildlife photographer.

Cottonwood Junction, 141 N. Main St., will host Family Services Alliance.

Keller Williams Realty East Idaho, 150 N. Main St., will host mixed-media artist Sierra Scott.

Villano’s Italian, 165 N. Main St., will be featuring their shrimp gouda bacon mac and cheese. The date night special for the evening will include any two pastas, any breadbasket and two side salads for $28.99.

Cherub Capers, 115 N. Main St., will be showing a curated collection of vintage Easter and springtime home décor and gifts.

Old Town Alley Outdoor Gallery, behind the 100 block of North Main Street, will be open to stroll through and experience the amazing talent in our community.

Deckadence Board Shoppe, 326 W. Center St., will host ceramicist Cole Hohne.

The Shady Lady, Too “ArtiQues” at 315 W. Center St. will be featuring various art. Ron Lewis will be their guest artist.

The First National Bar, 232 W. Center St., will host Kenneth Hamilton, a rattle can artist.

Kanda’s & Company, 159 S. Main St., will host singer Lenet Neifert. Be sure to visit their second floor full of new inventory. All inventory 10 to 20 percent off during art walk and all day Saturday.

Station Square, 200 S. Main St., will be featuring handcrafted beverages at Crafted. A Taste of Hawaii will be open until 7 p.m. Be sure to try their famous pokè and guava cheesecake.

DNH Studios, inside Station Square, Suite G, will host is Ashlie from Sweet Sunflower Idaho showing handmade gifts for Easter. DNH will be launching their Clean Kids Collection of Glycerin Soap and mini-bath bombs in fun fragrances — ideal for Easter baskets.

A Family Affair Candle Company, 200 S. Main St., Suite Q, will host photographer David O’Riordan.

Off the Rails Brewing, 228 S. Main St., will host local photographer, Amber Alder.

The Yellowstone Restaurant, 230 W. Bonneville St., will host local artist and art teacher Mark Daniels. Mark has created a series that represents the vibe that guests experience when visiting The Yellowstone Restaurant. Happy hour 4 to 6 p.m. followed by dinner menu specials.

The Union Taproom, inside the Historic Yellowstone Hotel, will be hosting happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. and open mic beginning at 7 p.m.

The Gallows Framing and Gifts, 140 S. Fourth Ave., to host Stacey Barker. Stacey of Barking Goat Studios will be presenting his unique animal paintings, along with some T-shirts and prints.

Portneuf Valley Brewing, 615 S. First Ave., will host pop artist painter Nick Hottman, and in the loft, The Relyx will be performing from 8 to 10 p.m. Grab a cold brew, enjoy dinner and live music.

Hope Studios Photography and Events Space, 152 N. Second Ave., will host Dominique Douglas.

The One One Seven Music Lounge, 117 S. Main St., will be hosting 3D artist Charlie Furrows and will also have live music starting at 9 p.m.

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