First Friday on Tap for Havre de Grace

The seasonal downtown event is back in Havre de Grace.

First Fridays start on April 4, 2014.
First Fridays start on April 4, 2014.
First Fridays in Havre de Grace starts Friday, April 4.

The fun starts at 5 and continues to 9 p.m.

Washington, Saint John and Franklin streets will be closed to traffic in the downtown area, and there will be live music.

It's a rain-or-shine event, but you can always check the forecast here before you go.

Fun activities:
Liz Lawson will do face-painting under the tent in front of The Art Rooms Professional Art Supplies (116 N. Washington St.).

It's opening night at Simply Art and Gift Gallery (456 Franklin St.) for a new art show featuring 15 local artists.

Zumba will be offered at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Pinky Pizzazz has challenged Tracy Hart of KhzTV to ride the mechanical bull.

Sales specials:

Take 10 percent off storewide at Stirling Bridge (119 N. Washington St.)

Get two free packs of Artists Trading Cards with purchase of one Fantasia Premium Sketching Pencils tin box set ($7.49) at The Art Rooms; a free sketch GEL Milan Gel Touch Pen with purchase of Pentel Illustrators 5x3 Pocket Sketchbooks; or two free 37 ml tubes of M. Graham Artists Oils with purchase of $25 of M. Graham Oils.

Bahoukas and GreenJoy will be open until 9 p.m. Get a 10 percent discount here.

Do you know of other special things happening for First Friday? Tell us in the comments, and we'll add them!
Harford County Native April 05, 2014 at 09:57 PM
Well how did the first Friday go? Doesn't the patch do any follow-up stories like they use to? It is sad to see it go this way you have a local publication but hardly has anything pertaining to the area it is named for.
James P. Miller April 05, 2014 at 11:34 PM
First Fridays was OK, I think the potential weather kept some people away. I went down about 6:00 and there were about 100 people walking the streets. There were a few vendors set up on Washington and St John Streets. There were a few bands playing music and the restaurants were full.
Harford County Native April 07, 2014 at 02:54 PM
Thank you Mr. Miller for your input as you can see the Patch has done nothing to help promote this.
James P. Miller April 07, 2014 at 03:27 PM
If you look at AOL Patch it discribes their goals. "Patch reports on everything you need to know about your town, from local government to school news to what to do with your family this weekend." Somehow they forgot their roots.
Harford County Native April 07, 2014 at 05:31 PM
Yea they forgot a lot of things. They use to be good at follow-up stories and more news that pertained to the local Patch that it was named after. Now it is more or less copy pasted information from all around and sometimes incomplete stories or follow up to important news.


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