First Friday Festivities Provide Raleigh Patrons With Fun, Entertainment
Posted May 4, 2000
RALEIGH — Artwork, wine and entertainment are all available in Raleigh's First Friday gallery walk.
The event started ten years ago in Moore Square as a way to showcase local artists.
Hundreds of people show up the first Friday of every month to get a taste of what the Capitol City has to offer.
"I think most people don't even know it's here," says patron Adria Boush. "It's a good opportunity for artists to show off their things and show different types of art styles."
Admission is free for the event.