On the First Friday of the month May through October, rain or shine, the artists, galleries, shops and showrooms of the Plymouth Bay Cultural District open their doors to the public for an evening of art, culture and inspiration.
Galleries, museums, shops and restaurants will host exhibitions and other activities for people to enjoy as the walk through the Plymouth Bay Cultural District, which covers the waterfront and downtown areas. A handy online map will guide art aficionados so they experience all the culture Plymouth has to offer.
Musicians from Middle Street School of Music will perform outdoors at select locations along the arts and culture walking trail.
The Hedge House Museum at 126 Water Street will be open for Free mini-tours from 5-8pm and highlighting different collections each month. On May 7th they will be showcasing fiber art from their historic textile collection, including needlework samplers and crewel embroidery, and also be celebrating their Yarn Pop installation, which features more than 1,000 knit and crocheted flowers made by community members.