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New Event Coming To Downtown Alhambra: First Friday!


Alhambra Mosaic Corner

1 E. Main Str.
Alhambra , CA 91801 United States

In this new year, Downtown Alhambra is positively transforming the 2012 Monthly Mosaic Art Walk in to a more diverse, lively and community event. The Downtown Alhambra Business Association has to decided on a new monthly event to replace the Art Walk. The new event will now be known as ALHAMBRA'S FIRST FRIDAY! The first of the First Friday's will be held Friday, 

March 1st at the Renaissance corner of Main St and Garfield and the theme is MADNESS. 

The First Friday will allow more than artists and designers to join our city event and will broaden the event and maximize the turnout, community and energy.

The event will now feature themed months and groups that we'll be featuring at each First Friday. The Downtown Alhambra Business Association is excited to release this to the community.   

They hope you will join us on this new journey while they adjust and shift over to this new event. Please note that we will also have a new email to coincide with this event:  [email protected] 

Email them here if you're interested in having a vendor booth, performing or being a part of the event. www.downtownalhambra.com

Updates will be made on their facebook: 


2013 Alhambra's First Friday's Themes:


April – FILM


June – MUSIC


August – LIFE

September – JAZZ

October – SCREAM

November – GRATITUDE


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