3rd Friday “Made in America” | Arts & Culture
Enjoy live music, artists, food, kids activities and fun in the downtown Rogers Historic District during 3rd Friday presented by First Western Bank, set for July 20 from 5-9 p.m. at Frisco Park and Stage, at First and Elm streets in downtown Rogers.
Live on the Frisco Stage will be “Joe Giles & the Homewreckers” from 6-9 p.m. With hundreds of songs on their playlist, "Joe Giles & the Homewreckers" is the perfect band for 3rd Friday! Their extensive song list includes Classic Rock, Disco, Funk, Blues, R & B, Motown, Country, & Adult Contemporary. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome.
3rd Friday will also be participating in United Way’s “Stuff the Bus” Campaign. This campaign helps local children in need receive school supplies. Drop off donations in the specially-marked boxes for school supplies such as pocket folders with brads, pink erasers, #2 pencils, glue sticks, crayons, highlighters, and more. Find a complete list of items needed at www.MainStreetRogers.com/Events/3rdFriday.aspx.
Enjoy Whitey’s Chicken hot off the barbecue pit, or grab a bite to eat at the downtown Rogers restaurants. Take a tour of a beautifully restored loft apartment above The Rabbit’s Lair, in the historic Applegate Drug Store on South First Street. Visit downtown businesses to find sales and specials throughout the historic district.
This month’s event sponsor, The Rabbit’s Lair, will host a quilt show in Centennial Park (on First Street) along with a “make & take” craft in their store on West Walnut St. They will also host sales and specials in both shops as they move into the one space at 116 S. First St.
For additional information these events, contact Main Street Rogers, Inc. at 479-936-5487 or visit www.MainStreetRogers.com.
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