You’re invited to the First Friday festivities in Downtown Los Altos on October 4th, 2013 from 6:00-10:00PM (Linden Tree will be open until 8PM).The evening packs in great activities for visitors of all ages. You can browse and shop at the open stores and galleries, many providing First Friday discounts and scrumptious refreshments and beverages.
While strolling, listen to creative musicians throughout downtown. This month’s lineup includes:
- Transitive Closure
- The 37th Parallel
- Jonathan Luxton
- Los Altos Chamber Players
- The Potentials
- Katherine Healzer, Harpist
This First Friday also features a festive Bier and Weingarten from 8-10 pm in the patio behind the Costume Bank, 169 State St. Sunday Seven, a fun Bavarian band, will provide musical ambiance and there will be snacks and plenty of beverages. Come on over after you’ve enjoyed the First Friday activities.
The First Friday headquarters will be open from 6 – 8:30 pm behind the Costume Bank at 169 State Street. Come here to pick up programs, get information, and register for the drawing.
Mark your calendar for this fun evening, beginning at 6pm. And as always, over 20 downtown restaurants will be open and serving a wide selection of cuisines. There is plenty of free parking.
Ceramic Hand and Footprints September 21 11AM-3PM: A Wonderful Gift!
You can now schedule an appointment to permanently commemorate your child/ren’s hands and/or feet with “Made With Love” Ceramics, at Linden Tree onSaturday, September 21 from 11 AM to 3 PM.
You must call to reserve a spot for your child/ren by calling 510-847-0947 or by email to;firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t miss out on a perfect opportunity to get a head start on holiday gifts! They will not take walk-ins on the day of the event so be sure to call or email to reserve your space.