Thursday, August 2, 2012

Bootleg Alley celebrates its 6th at First Friday

Bootleg Alley Antiques & Art is celebrating six years of business and sixty-three First Fridays on August 3.
On Bootleg Alley's porch will be a free concert with Payson's favorite band, Junction 87.  Buy your rodeo tickets and buttons from the jail girls and rodeo committee.  Donate to the Humane Society.  SCOOPS will also be selling ice cream.
Join  the celebration from 5-8 PM.  Bootleg Alley is located at 520 W. Main St. where the Payson Rodeo began 128 years ago.  This monthly gathering of friends includes ambiance, refreshments, and good times. 
Meanwhile, at Down the Street Art Gallery, you can be an artist for an evening and paint a watercolor Art keep. Artist Susan Palmer will guide you and Down the Street Art Gallery will supply the materials.  This make and take fun project is free for all ages, as part of First Friday Block party.  Aug 3,  5-8 p.m.., 703 W. Main St.

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