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Celebrate the arts and First Friday in T'ville

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Friday's First Friday celebration in Thomasville will extend through Saturday.

Downtown Thomasville's monthly event will feature the usual late night hours for most shops.

The city also partnered with The Wiregrass Gallery to celebrate the arts on Saturday.

"You can actually come downtown and you're going to see artists on our sidewalks, which is going to be fun for the entire family. You can see sculptors, painters, wood carvers, illustrators, and they are actually going to be on the streets. You can interact with them and actually see what an artist does from day to day," said Downtown Director Arline Hampton.

First Friday runs from 5-8 Friday evening and 11-3 on Saturday. Click the link below for more information.

http://www.thomasvillega.com/Content/Default/8/13/0/thomasville-visitor's-center/home.html

 

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