The June Art Walk is where the good folks in Dover just happen to see what all of the artists in the Seacoast area have created during this incredibly colorful spring.
This month sees the return of art in the Cocheco Mills Courtyard, which is always a hit. Ears will be treated by the sonorous tones of our featured entertainers this month: Chris Jordan and Steve Carter. Kids are invited draw with chalk for free or participate in craft workshops with Michelle Lepler for $3. With over a dozen vendors and the Pop Up Seacoast Shop, there is something for everyone. And for the palate, gelato from the Coppa Magica truck will be sure to delight.
Looking for more sweets? Lickee’s & Chewy’s Candies & Creamery has joined the Dover Art Walk too!
The Art Center at 1 Washington Street will feature the exhibit “Alternate Perspectives”, which highlights the work of some incredibly talented photographers utilizing vintage techniques. While you are in the building, visit SEH Studios too.
Need a break? Get a free massage! IBODY Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork is hosting a grand opening at their new location on Portland Ave!
Our other newest stops include Lilith Grace Gifts on Washington Street and Wrong Brian in their new location on Third street. There is no shortage of local art to see at our other stops as well: Spires Video, Pin Up Hair Salon, Adelle’s Coffee Shop, Nicole’s, Gallery 6 at the Children’s Museum, Village Goldsmith, The Flower Room, Ross Furniture.
Turn in your map with 10 stamped locations by 8PM at Cara a true pub of Ireland to enter our raffle to win a beautiful necklace donated by Alie Jewelers. While you are there, find out who won our drink foam contest – art printed on your Art-ini or Guinness! Find out more at doverartwalk.com
The Dover Art Walk is a Dover Main Street event is run by the Dover Art Walk sub-committee including The Art Center, Dover Business Industrial Development Authority, Spires Video and D Graphics. We appreciate our summer map major sponsor, Kennebunk Savings Bank and our courtyard sponsor, Optima Bank and Trust. Thanks to our content contributor, Deirdre Hebert.
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