First Federal Bank’s Spring ArtWalk is the place to be

25 April 2017
Press Room
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As spring comes, artists and downtown businesses prepare for a Findlay favorite; the Spring ArtWalk on Friday, May 5, from 5 to 9 p.m., The Arts Partnership will host this semi-annual event, sponsored by First Federal Bank.   Downtown will be open to showcase the businesses, restaurants, artists, performers, and musicians from throughout our community.

Every autumn and spring, Downtown Findlay opens its doors to the public for a unique display of talent, hospitality, and shopping.  ArtWalk, a celebration of commerce and culture, has allowed local artists, downtown businesses, and restaurants to form a connection that draws spectators to downtown, eager to see what Findlay has to offer.  In addition to strolling through individual businesses, attendees can view unique pieces of art from local artists and watch performers from the region.  Guests may also take advantage of special offers, sales, demonstrations and tastings that many businesses and restaurants offer for this event.

Opening for the evening is the Findlay Art League’s May show, a juried showcase of Art League member works that will remain open throughout May. Other area galleries open for the evening include Awakening Minds Art, Jones Building Artist Studios, Marathon Center for the Performing Arts and Kan Du Studio.

To view or print the official event brochure, including a list of the participating businesses and artists performing or being showcased, visit  Copies of the brochure will available for pick-up at participating event locations.

ArtWalk is a FREE event for the public.  For more information, visit or call 419-422-4624.  The Arts Partnership is located at 618 South Main Street, Findlay. Office hours are 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

ArtWalk is made possible by generous support from First Federal Bank, Taylor Volkswagen, The Courier, WKXA, WFIN, 106.3 the FOX, Eyes on Main, Tall Timbers Industrial Park and Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau.