First Friday June 2nd

Three Fires the Water First Nations Exhibition Opening and Music by the Forest Excelsior Band 6 – 9 PM

This exhibition features artists from Kettle and Stony Point, Aamjiwnaang, and Walpole Island First Nations. who work in a variety of media including painting, drawing, graphite, digital art, basket making and beadwork. Opening Reception with Artists Music by the Forest Excelsior Band First Friday 6 – 9 PM Show continues through June 30th The Lawrence House Centre for the Arts 127 Christina St. S.

DJ Phatfingers at Mexico 8 – 11 PM

We will be open until 11pm on the patio side and have margarita specials. Music by DJ Phatfingers starts at 8 PM Mexico 216 Front St N

Three Exhibition on View at the JNAAG 11:00AM – 9:00PM

The JNAAG is open late for First Friday viewing of the continuing exhibitions: Nico Williams Biskaabiiyang / Returning to Ourselves April 14 – September 9, 2023 Many Lives Mark This Place John Hartman Paints Canadian Writers in the Landscapes that Inspire Them April 14 – September 9, 2023 John Hartman Paints Canadian Writers in the Landscapes that Inspire Them Re View Exhibition 3 May 5 – July 23, 2023 Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery 147 Lochiel Street

Introducing Weir Active! and the Slow Big Bike Race 3 – 9 PM

Our Address is 142A Lochiel Street. Regular Hours will be weekdays 3-8pm once we are fully operational, First Friday we will have activities from 3-9pm. We are a program within the new Youth Wellness Hub going in downtown in the old CIBC building. Website: Mike Weir provided the funding for this Weir Active program to be a part of the Youth Services offered downtown. Any youth (12-25) associated with the main hub can come to our activity centre at no cost and the site is solely dedicated to youth. Our activity instructors will facilitate: Chalk sidewalk painting, Corn Hole,