Friday, May 3, 2013

FIRST FRIDAY: Spring is here, and so is new art!

Posted By on Fri, May 3, 2013 at 10:29 AM

The warmer weather finally seems to have decided to stick around for the rest of spring, or at least for the weekend ahead that's packed full of outdoor community events. Bloomsday is expected to be beautifully sunny and in the 70s, and tonight's First Friday should be comfortably warm, too. This month's event is being touted as the largest First Friday event Spokane has hosted. So take it easy as you mosey through your favorite downtown district, enjoy the fresh air and see what's new in the growing local arts scene. 

Use this map on your phone or tablet as you're out and about to find out what's showing where, and we'll see you there.


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