10 reasons why you should go to Art on the Avenue on Saturday

Art on the Avenue is this Saturday, starting at noon. Here’s why you need to go:

1) See Smith Avenue the way you’ve always imagined it. Get out and take a stroll, meet new neighbors, stop into that shop or cafe you’ve been meaning to check out but haven’t had the time for.

Kent and Emily Aldrich, Paulman kids outside Celtic jam

2) Go on a bicycle scavenger hunt with these guys:

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3) Try your hand at latte art:

Latte art Dali

4) Meet the person who made this video:

 

5) Help create a mile-long book. Seriously, it’s going to be a mile long! Or make your mark on neighborhood history with the West Side Mural Project.

Sarah Stengle shows off the first stages of the Mile Long Book.

6) Find some new artwork for your wall:

Electric Machete

7) Or maybe photography is more your thing?

Ellie Leonardsmith at Amore Coffee

8) You can see this band for free:

… or this band:

… or this band:

 

9) Get Chorizo and Eggs at the Capital View, coffee at Amore, a cupcake at Taste of Love, and a burger and a beer at the Cherokee Tavern all in the same day because hey, you burned a lot of calories walking around all afternoon, right?

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10) Because there’s too much stuff to list here, so download the event program (or pick up a copy at a neighborhood business) and come on out and join us!

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