Downtown Spring Stroll Set For Friday


SAN ANGELO, TX — Downtown San Angelo will come alive on Friday, April 19, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with the return of the Downtown Spring Stroll. 

The event will include an evening of art exhibits, live music, and shopping experiences across various venues.

The Spring Stroll, known for showcasing local art and culture, features numerous participating locations, including galleries, restaurants, and shops. 

Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with art displays, enjoy live performances, and explore one-of-a-kind products offered by local merchants.

Highlights of the evening include Fuentes Café Downtown, where artist Lisa Fuentes will sell her recycled tile creations titled “Sacred Artwork.” 

Visitors can also enjoy complimentary “Nachitos” while they browse. 

Casa Décor will offer a selection of rustic and custom furniture, set against the backdrop of live tunes from Justin Cartwright & the Hagglers, complimentary refreshments, and a door prize drawing at 9 p.m.

The Museum of Fine Arts will host an opening and awards reception for the 25th San Angelo Ceramic Competition, dedicated to the memory of Darlene Williams. 

Nearby, Gallery Verde presents the Narrative Offerings 2024 Invitational, curated by "Exponential Art." 

The Coop Gallery will also open its doors for the Ceramic Student Art Show, showcasing the talents of local students.

For further information, attendees can contact Monica Ramos at 325-655-2345.


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