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Celebrate summer during July’s Fairfield First Fridays event

Jul 03, 2018

Join Fairfield First Fridays for a summer celebration 6-10 p.m. Friday in Central Park.

Fairfield First Fridays will have live music by East of Omaha, lawn games for a little friendly competition, as well as vendors and artists. The Jefferson County Trails Council will be hosting a drawing for the Fourth Annual Scavenger Hunt at Fairfield First Fridays. Scavenger hunters who found all 10 punches will have their names drawn for prizes, including free ice cream from the Sweet Spot and a gift certificate to Ila.

Many shops and galleries will be open on and around the square, including:

Americus Gallery showing Christopher Kufner’s original oil paintings, figurative works and large-format photography on archival paper; original oil paintings by Kim Kufner; new watercolor and ink paintings by Genevra Bell; art glass vases by David Lotton; and diochroic glass jewelry by Pedro Lujano.

Carnegie Historical Museum will be open for people to visit its exhibits. Its kids activity includes face painting and “crazy hair” from 5-8 p.m.

Chakra Steps will showcase local art by Lynn Phippe, Jason Phippen, Daveed Aranda and Diana Watt’s natural flower art.

Henderson’s will feature “A Fond Farewell,” oils on paper by Stuart McCall Libby.

ICON Gallery will have “Dots and Dashes” by Steven Erickson, Alexandra Janezic, Bill Teeple in its main gallery. Continuing in Bill’s Room on the mezzanine: “Jewelry by Bill Hurlin,” and “Drawings by Elaine Duncan.”

Moreheart Studios will feature work of Paul Morehead and JacQueline Kumer.

Revelations will have “Peter Clemens: Yantras,” “Everett Day: Art Work,” “Freddy Fonseca: Photographs,” and “John Schirmer: Paintings.” Hannelore Stimson will provide cello and piano music from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

For information about Fairfield First Fridays, email fairfieldartwalk@gmail.com or call Marla Brader at 233-8883.

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