Abingdon’s arts organizations join forces to bring gallery-goers together one night a month for art, food, music, shopping and more! Look for Abingdon Merchants to also be open late with special sales and refreshments.
If you’d like, park your car in Abingdon’s Municipal Lot – between the Farmer’s Market and Main Street – and catch the trolley for free! Catch a trolley for free! Hop on and off the trolleys at any of the following venues. The trolleys will loop around town and stop at these galleries from 5-9 p.m.
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For more information about the First Thursday event and a schedule of all future events, please visit the Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/abingdonfirstthursday
December 5th is our sixteenth town wide event!
5-8 p.m. – Mallory Fine Art at 112 East Main Street
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE – Join us by the family tree with refreshments and live music while enjoying our Holiday Shopping Event – small works, prints, wood ornaments and books, all by local artists
5-8 p.m. – Wolf Hills Brewing Co. at 350 Park Street
ONGOING EXHIBITION – Oversoul: New work by Brian Serway
5-8 p.m. – Zazzy’z Coffee Roasters at 380 East Main Street
OPENING RECEPTION – Art Quilts by Bonnie Jessee
5-9 p.m. – William King Museum at 415 Academy Drive
GALLERY TOUR AND OPENING RECEPTION – Jeffrey Allison from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond will be giving an in-depth tour of European Modern beginning at 7 p.m. Join us from 6-8 p.m for the new Panoramic Gallery exhibition featuring work by Ed Dolinger of Roanoke, VA. Refreshments and spirits
5-8 p.m. – Arts Depot at 314 Depot Square
24TH ANNUAL MEMBERS EXHIBIT AND HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE – More than 75 Members exhibiting over 100 pieces in all media. Refreshments, complimentary wine, and David Collins on the piano 7-9pm. Resident Artists studios open