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Did you know Cortland First Fridays happens every month, and it's free? The hardworking artists and musicians of Cortland exhibit their work and perform each month for you!
Give First Fridays a try tomorrow night. Even if you come down for the Downtown Music Series, try popping in one of our venues (see below) to check out some art!
Cortland LGBT Resource Center is offering free music/voice lessons. Various instruments and music will be available for people to practice old skills, or learn a new one! This is a perfect opportunity for kids who don't know if they're interested in playing an instrument or singing, or to see if adding music lessons could really help them grow - so bring the whole family to find and hone in those hidden talents!
Cinch will be featuring wearable art tomorrow night, highlighting Bonseye Designs, Diana Trifoso Designs & Sugar Coat Couture.
The Local Food Market will have the Cultural Council's Lifetime Achievement Collection, as well as live music by The Local Farmer's Union from 6-7!
July Venues, Artists, Musicians, Events
The Vault - 110 Tompkins St - Group Plein Air Exhibit
YWCA - 14 Clayton Ave - Laurel Butkins
Cortland LGBT Resource Center - 73 Main Street - Groton Art League, and Free Music Lessons
Cortland Corset Building - 75 E. Court Street
Cinch Art Space - Featuring Wearable Art, Bonseye Designs, Diana Trifoso Designs & Sugar Coat Couture
Beard Gallery - 9 Main Street - Judith Present: On the Curve
Local Food Market - 37 N. Main Street - CCCC Collection of Lifetime Achievement, live music by the Local Farmer's Union