It should finally be Spring on the this day the 6th of May and if not it will be right around the corner. So come celebrate with the shops, galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and theatres of the Uptown Arts District. More and more businesses are participating in this fun event. Experience traditional and contemporary art, photography, architecture, fashion, music, good food, free refreshments and other surprises.
The Uptown Arts District is Michigan City’s eclectic enclave of galleries, creative businesses, boutiques and one-of-a-kind restaurants. Located a few blocks from Michigan City’s lakefront along Franklin and adjoining blocks, our unique and historic art and cultural center opens its doors for special events on the first Friday of every month from 5 to 8 p.m. Join us for a festive evening of art openings, music, shopping, and dining!
April’s First Friday participants include: Lubeznik Center for the Arts at 101 W. 2nd Street, Ryan’s Irish Pub at 401 Franklin, Maxine’s Restaurant at 521 Franklin, Revive Consignments at 523 Franklin, Ryan J Bolger Photography Gallery at 525 Franklin, Walnut Ink Gallery at 607 Franklin, Threadbenders Quilt Shop, 613 Franklin, Urban Soles, Inc. at 624 Franklin, Arturo’s Baked Goods and More at 624 Wabash, Artistic Furniture and Creative Paintings at 701 Franklin, Southern Shore Art Gallery at 724 Franklin, Prince Gallery at 726 Franklin, dh2w Architecture-Planning at 813 Franklin, Lakeside Gallery West at 827 Franklin, The Framing Station at 912 Franklin, Marquette Catholic High School, 306 W 10th street, More than Decor at 1009 Franklin, St. Stanislaus Resale Shop at 1501 Franklin, Sahara Restaurant at 1701 Franklin, Footlight Players at 1705 Franklin, and Blink Contemporary Art Gallery at 1709 Franklin.