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Allentown First Fridays Gallery Walk

Check out Allentown’s art scene again this Friday.
“Allentown First Fridays,” a monthly gallery romp, invites guests into various galleries and businesses in the greater Allentown district from 5 PM until 9 PM.
On Friday, August 7th, art appreciators will visit the following:
Betty’s (370 Virginia Street), featuring “Dog Days: Paintings by Jacqueline Welch.” Her works will be on display through Sunday, September 13th. 
B West Studio (148 Elmwood Avenue) to see works by The Lingering Infringement Artists from 5 PM to 8 PM.
“Together” at C.G. Jung Center (408 Franklin Street) from 6 PM until 8 PM. This two-person exhibit will showcase watercolors by Caroline Hailand and photographs by her son, Tim Hailand. 
Indigo Art (74 Allen Street) to see “Works on Paper” by Jeffery Vincent from 6 PM to 9 PM. Vincent will be drawing in the gallery from 7 PM until 9 PM. 
College Street Gallery Co-Op (244 Allen Street) from 5 PM until 10 PM, featuring new works by local artists every month.
The “35th Annual Members Exhibition” at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center (341 Delaware Avenue at West Tupper near Babeville) from 5 PM to 9 PM. 
“Only the Stones Remain: Kayaking on the Buffalo River,” a collection of photographs by Ed Healy, at Studio Hart (65 Allen Street) from 5 PM until 9 PM.
Quaker Bonnet Eatery (175 Allen Street), featuring works by “Edollia.” Call 884.0435 for times. 
“Building Buffalo: A Structural Look at the History and Culture of Allentown,” presented by Amy Kraft with assistance from Robin Foley and contributions from CSB Communications, Partners Press & Chris Scuito, at the Sugar City Gallery Space (19 Wadsworth Street) from 6 PM until 9 PM. 
And Buffalo Big Print (78 Allen Street) from 6 PM to 8 PM. 
For more information, please visit the Allentown Association Web site or Allentown First Fridays Gallery Walk.
Photo courtesy of Allentown First Fridays Gallery Walk from the Patrick Willett opening reception at Buffalo Big Prints.
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