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Join the Gallery Gallop downtown tomorrow night

Downtown shoppers will discover a wide array of art during Gallery Gallop tomorrow from 5 to 8 p.m., part of the 1st Friday series sponsored by Downtown Salisbury, Inc. and the Downtown Salisbury Merchants Association. Over 45 artists and galleries have signed up to participate in this inaugural event.
First Friday goers will also be able to hop on and off the trolley traveling throughout downtown to the various galleries as well as to Center for Faith & the Arts for their current exhibit titled “Outside the Lines & Labels.” This exhibit features Outsider Art, offering a glimpse into the creative psyche and world of artists with mental or physical disabilities.
Plenty of event parking will be available near the Rail Walk Studios & Gallery, corner of N. Lee and E. Kerr Streets.
A special trolley stop will be located alongside the Rail Walk area to transport people to other parts of the Downtown.
Additional parking will be available on street, behind City Hall or at the Visitors Center.
Merchants hosting artists and their locations:
Our Image Photography
124 N. Main St.
Joseph Heilig

Sweet Meadow Café
118 W. Innes St.
Cathy’s Creations by Cathy Brown

Old Sarum Gallery
124 W. Innes St.
Davis Cooke

Witcher Photography Studios
124 1/2 W. Innes St.
Tim & Deena Witcher, Brian Miller

Southern Spirit Gallery
102 S. Main St.
Annette Hall, Carol Ross, Wayne Wrights, Gary Petzak

Stitchin’ Post Gifts
104 S. Main St.
Sunshine and Freckles by Susan Black

Salisbury Wine Shop
106 S. Main St.
Stacy Mann

Just The Thing & Literary Bookpost
110 S. Main St.
Jean Barlow
Innes Street Drug
112 S. Main St.
Just Gems by Don & Hazel Andrews

Go Burrito
115 W. Fisher St.
Darrell Fullem

Collectivity The Comic Shoppe
111A W. Fisher St.
Brittany Gaddis

Good Stuff 5&10
220 S. Main St.
Melissa Solt and The Brown Eyed Suzy by Barbara Fuller

Emma’s of Salisbury
209 S. Lee St.
Amy St. Aubin, Sheryl Johnson

Salty Caper
115 S. Lee St.
Ashley Pierce

Uncle Buck’s All American Pub & Grub
127 S. Main St.
Alan Hinshaw

125 S. Main St.
Craig Richards
The Candy Shoppe on Main
119 S. Main St.
Mark “Mook” Brincefield

Salisbury Square Antiques
111 S. Main St.
Liese Sadler

Fine Frame Gallery
105 S. Main St.
Phyllis Steimel

Pottery 101
101 S. Main St.
Patt Legg

Curiosities Gifts
107 E. Innes St.
Betty Sedberry

Center for Faith & the Arts
207 W. Harrison St.
Outside the Lines & Labels exhibit

Dead Ed’s
123 E. Innes St.
McKeithan Art Studios by Jeremy McKeithan

Anna Lu’s Children’s Consignment & Gifts
103 N. Main St.
Carolyn Blackman
Adella Apparel
105B N. Main St.
Doris Trexler

The Framing Gallery
320 N. Main St.
Art by Connie Loflin Peninger

Salon Raaa
110 E. Council St.
Mary Ellen Bennett

Off Main Gallery
114 E. Council St.
Sue Hauss & Mel Vierheller

Spoken Space Theatre
405 N. Lee St.
Randi Honeycutt

Rail Walk Studios & Gallery
409-413 N. Lee St.
Elizabeth H. McAdams, Julie Pontell, Sharon Forthofer, Marietta Foster-Smith, Kenneth Koskela, Keyth Kahrs and Cathy Matthews

Stella Rose Boutique
205 S. Main St.
Wine & Design by Barb


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