3rd Friday | July 21st - ANYTHING GOES!
July 21st, 2017 is the next 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury! This month’s theme is Anything Goes, so get ready for some freeform fun! Wear a wacky outfit, learn to juggle, or bring your cat to 3rd Friday! Worried that your plaid shirt doesn’t match your camo pants, who cares! – Anything Goes!
On North Division Street, there will be tons of fun for everyone! Cascading Carlos will be wowing the crowds with juggling demos and hands on activities. Kids cool off in our Kid Mister, and then check out the Bookmobile before heading for a bounce in the Bounce Houses courtesy of Son Rise Church! Stop by Cake Art for “create your own cupcake” night, now serving ice cream from The Frozen Farmer! You can even try out a chalk bomb, or sponsor a rubber duckie for The Great Rubber Duckie Race – because Anything Goes
On the Plaza, artists and crafters will line the street with local handmade items for sale. There will be live music by Meredith Rounsley & Friends, who will wow the crowd with familiar tunes, and original songs; you can listen to Meredith’s EP ‘Weapon’ now streaming on Apple Music and Spotify. The Salisbury Jaycees will be pouring local craft beer and wine selections, including Tall Tales Some Beach, Rubber Soul Racer IPA and Woodchuck Gumption, with all tips going towards the Village of Hope.
In the Gallery Building, by Maya Bella’s Pizzeria, be sure to check out SU Art Galleries’ latest exhibition, Living on the Land, curated by Jayme McLellan. The exhibit features several artists with work that considers the cyclical nature of life and death; our obligations to each other to connect, to heal, and to grow thoughtful and engaged communities; and power and disparities in contemporary culture, including the legacy of slavery on the Eastern Shore.
Salisbury Art Space on the lower level of Gallery Building will also be open with two brand new exhibits. The main gallery will feature the Art of Christopher Harrington and Brad Hudson, and the Robinson Gallery will have a show from recent UMES grad Julia Rocha titled “Botanical Chaos”, just follow the “Exit Through the Gift Shop” signs. You’ll also find Salisbury Art Space volunteers up on the Plaza with kids’ crafts.
On St. Peters Street, just off the Plaza, St. Peters Episcopal Church will be offering burgers & dogs fresh off the grill, and ice cold drinks! Kids can draw on the sidewalk, write on the walls, and play with playdough, because anything goes!
The downtown bars and restaurants are ready with live music for 3rd Friday! Roadie Joe’s Bar and Grill will have live music for the happy hour crowd by Smooth and Remy from 5:30 – 8:30pm, and local rockers EastWood late night. Brew River will have a Friday Night Dock Party with the Bonedaddys from 6-10pm and DJ Outlaw late night. Market Street Inn will have late night jams by DJ Juan, and Mojos will have Video DJ Vybe with all the hits.
The downtown shops are ready for 3rd Friday, Season’s Best Antiques is having refreshments and discounts, plus check out Angelo’s Unique Gifts for a summer sale and wine tastings. Barefoot Baby Boutique is celebrating Christmas in July from 4-8pm with half-off mom stuff, kids clothing, shoes and more! Enza’s An Organic Salon is having huge Summer Deals on everything from organic hair care products to handmade birdhouses, just two days only, Friday 11-7pm and Saturday 11 – 5pm.
Kuhn’s Jewelers is proud to be the first US Jewelry Store to offer Kronaby Connected Watches, so you can capture your workout activity in style, and it’s available in men’s and women’s styles only at Kuhn's! Plus, check out Off the Rack, upscale retail for less in City Center building and enter for a chance to win a $25 gift card!
3rd Friday is a downtown economic development initiative and a project of the Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District in partnership with The City of Salisbury.
To be a vendor at 3rd Friday you must be an artist, crafter or non-profit organization, and you must pre-register by emailing a description of what you hope to set-up to 3rdFridaySby@gmail.com