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Provided by The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts

If you are looking for art then the First Friday Art Trail is the place to be. Welcome to Lubbock's longest running and most successful art event. On the first Friday of every month galleries, restaurants, and businesses open their doors with an abundance of local and regional visual and performing art. This free-to-the-public event is full of the sights, sounds and tastes of Lubbock's dynamic art culture, spanning the cultural arts district and downtown Lubbock.

Whether you choose to drive the trail yourself, or hop on the free trolley for the guided tour, your evening promises to delight the senses.

The Charles Adan's studio will be hosting a children's art contest to support the Blue Ribbon Rally and the Family Guidance and Outreach Center of Lubbock.

For more information please visit www.ffat.org.

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