Artwork by Nicole Hobbs is on exhibit at Still Eagle as part of Blue Night.

Twelve downtown shops host art openings Friday for Blue Night

Blue Night is back tomorrow night (March 28) with free art openings happening at 12 downtown venues.

Blue Night is back tomorrow night (March 28) with free art openings happening at 12 downtown venues. Some of the venues will be hosting their reception throughout the day, while others will have special evening hours. The following is a list of participating venues and the artist(s) whose work they’ll feature and when you can go by to see the art:

Open all day until 9 p.m.

Craft Connection (378 Baker Street) – Katya Coad

Cotton Creek Clothing (390 Baker Street) – Brian Kalbfleisch and Claire Wensveen

Still Eagle (476 Baker Street) – Kim O’Brien and Nicole Hobbs

Ripping Giraffe (502 Baker Street) – Buck Addams and Bryn Stevenson

Green-Light Communications (2-560 Baker Street) – Rhoneil Marie and Doug Noblet

John Ward Fine Coffee (503 Baker Street) – Tyler Austin Bradley


Open 7 to 9 p.m.

Kutenai Art Therapy Institute (191 Baker Street) – Alf Crossley, Blake Parker Film

Shanti Yoga Studio (237 Baker Street) – Selkirk Media Arts & Digital Design Program

Enso Hair Salon (336 Baker Street) – Mary Marinangeli

Capitol Theatre  (421 Victoria Street) – Tom Haukas

Cantina Del Centro (561 Baker Street) – Mikaela Morgan

Tara Davis Studio Boutique (566 Baker Street) – Lauren Herraman

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