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This First Friday Greene Block + Studios will be filled to the brim with multidisciplinary arts experiences, free and open to all!
A Part of This Place: Community Engaged Performance
What does it mean to be a part of a place, or to be in community? How can performance reflect this? And what do we want to celebrate, question, and carry forward here in Waterville? Join us at the Greene Block + Studios to experience intergenerational dance and music performances that are developing in response to these questions. Curated and led by Matthew Cumbie, Annie Kloppenberg, and José Martinez, performances will feature people of all ages and backgrounds, and will invite you to contribute your own stories and ideas!
You can also stop by the Center for Book & Print anytime during the event to contribute your food stories to the Waterville Food Stories project. Bring along a recipe, food memory, or any food-related imagery to create a risograph print. You’ll walk away with your own print while contributing copies to the collection that will be turned into a book in Spring 2023.
Waterville First Friday Participating Businesses
First Friday extends all the way up Main St! On your way to Greene Block + Studios stop by downtown businesses to shop or for a bite to eat.
The Framemakers is open for extended hours, until 7 pm, with three exhibitions on display.
Incense and Peppermints is staying open later than normal and will be offering 10% off purchases between 6 pm – 8 pm.
Front & Main will have a First Friday Featured Cocktail – something new and off menu!
The Robin’s Nest is offering 25% off loose cut flowers every first Friday during regular business hours, in store only.
Portland Pie Waterville will have a special pizza and cocktail, both in house and for this First Friday and weekend only.
Contact Colby Arts Office Program Manager Tyler French at [email protected] if you have any questions.