21 Things To Do During February First Friday Art Stroll

This First Friday is going to be insanity! Yeti Bash, 4 music shows, art openings and so much more. Hold on to your britches and get ready for this wild ride.

  1. Visit a Psychic at Rainbow Gardens Psychic Fling

  2. Party with a Yeti and check out music, food, booths and yoga at Yeti Bash

  3. Take a tour of peery’s Egyptian Theater, check out their rad Organ and then watch Lost Boys on the big screen

  4. Get literally literary at the Midnight sisters book signing at Booked on 25th  

  5. Check out paintings by Kindra Fehr. A Fantasy-Realist painter focusing on the human figure and dream-like landscapes intermixed with personal iconography.

  6. Grab a brew while listening to Penrose at Brewskis

  7. Play pool, arcade games and listen to Hectic Hobo at Funk n Dive Bar

  8. Drink with friends at Lighthouse Lounge and hear Candys River House play

  9. Rock out with Scarlet Rain, Saiduro, and The Union at Kamikazes 

  10. Hone your primitive skills at the winter encampment at Fort Buenaventura

  11. Take a painting class and climb on walls at The Front Climbing Gym

  12. Grab the mic at Ground for Coffee 25th street during Open Mic. 

  13. Get caffeinated and browse art by Wynter McBride at Grounds for Coffee Harrison

  14. Take your record collection to the next level at Lavender Vinyl and check out the work of Lisa Hallows as a continuation of curator, Eden Buxton’s, Art asMatter Exhibition.

  15. Stop in Nurture the Creative Mind and check out the apparel line and exhibit designed by one of their students at the Sign Garage.

  16. Walk up 25th to Ogden’s Platforms and see a  Snowsurprise (weather/snow permitting)

  17. Stop in Pandemonium Gallery and say hi to Christina Miller while she writes her Postcard Poetry.

  18. Take the Art bus up to Weber State to check out Shaw Gallery’sAnnual Student Art Exhibition with 55 works by 32 student artists

  19. Take a Silver Band Ring Class with Rene Venegas from Galleon’s Gold Jewelry at The Local Artisan Collective and check out local artists, writers, and artisans. 

  20. Check out local music inside of a vintage tan van at Van Sessions

  21. Visit The Parlour for good vibes and conversation while browsing Marilyn Cutler Photography

 

 

Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her husband, 2 kiddos and fur baby and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.