On the first Friday of the month, Plymouth Bay Cultural District art galleries, museums, cultural establishments, shops and restaurants will feature artwork, along with music, poetry readings, and/or art demonstrations. Doors will be open from 5pm-8pm. All are free to the public.
There will be an Art Walk Map available around town to guide the public to establishments participating. Or download a map Here. The familiar blue FFP poster will be posted at participating FFP locations and other locations around town.
Take a free mini tour of the 1809 Hedge House at 126 Water Street from 5-8pm as part of First Fridays Plymouth, an initiative celebrating arts and culture in the downtown and waterfront.
Howland House – 33 Sandwich Street:
September 1st– Charles Sorento. Watercolor painter from Kingston will talk about his process.
October 6th– Jeff Angeley is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and accomplished performer. His current ensemble “Pebbles of Rain” blends authentic Old Time Fiddle Music with newly composed tunes and songs. The band itself is skillful and intrepid in its approach but referential in its treatment of traditional music styles. The music is raw, vital, exciting and confessional while still distinctly rooted in the Southern Appalachian in New England fiddle music traditions.