First Fridays meet Family Feud

Daily Dose  |  07/19/2019 10:00 am

Join the Red Birds on Friday August 2nd to explore art, music, food and FEUD. A special edition of Red Bird Feud hosted by Guy in the 419 will take place outside from 7-8pm featuring Sylvania City Council vs. Downtown Business Owners. In addition to art exhibits, shopping and dining at the restaurants, special events include:

Fuller Art House Solo Exhibit with Artist Tom Runnells "If These Balls Could Talk” Creative twists on old major-league baseballs – reminding us how thrilling baseball can be and recalling memories of old and celebrating the milestones of today’s emerging MLB stars

Sylvania Historical Village – WALKING TOUR of the Historical Village led by Andi Erbskorn Meet at the Entrance to the Village at 6pm and hear the stories of the village and buildings and our history and take a true walk back in time.

LIVE MUSIC 5-7PM

Red Bird Arts Artwalk presents: Tim Oehlers & Mike Gramza

FOOD TRUCKS

The Leaf and Seed | Rusty's Road Trip | Lyle's Crepes | Mayberry Ice Cream

Each stop along the art walk offers you a different creative and inspiring experience such as fine art exhibitions, live music, artist demonstrations and fine food.

FAMILY FEUD 7-8pm | MEET THE TEAMS

• SYLVANIA CITY COUNCIL •

Patrick Richardson
Mark Frye
Mark Luetke
Sandy Husman
Katie Cappellini
Douglas Haynam

• DOWNTOWN SYLVANIA ASSOCIATION •

Connie Bancroft Torrey (Farmers Market Coordinator)
Matt Smith (The Sodbuster Bar)
Jackie Tussing (Sylvania Community Arts Commission)
Chris Morris (Inside the Five Brewing Company)
Stephanie L. Dennehy (Cutting Edge Theatre Company)

The Red Bird Arts District recognizes the many creative elements that exist within Sylvania’s downtown business district such as exhibition spaces, live music, culinary arts, studios, design firms and boutiques that all celebrate the arts. By fostering this creative culture in downtown Sylvania and building the community through art related events, they will continue to lead and grow as a destination for the arts, dining and entertainment.

More information on the businesses involved, the full art walk schedule and other events in the district can be found at www.redbirdarts.org 



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