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The first Friday of every month, downtown Statesboro comes alive with a night dedicated to arts and entertainment in Statesboro.
    And tonight, is no different, and features a full lineup of events with something for nearly everyone – from art exhibits to a musical, do-it-yourself pottery to a live band.
    Below are the highlights of tonight's First Friday Downtown celebration in Statesboro.

Averitt Center for the Arts
Georgia Quilt Tour
Featuring over 30 Quilts from around the state    Main Gallery
Grayson Hoffman Exhibit Opening            
BFA Senior Exhibition Digital Photography            
Legends Gallery
Statesboro High & Wm. James Middle         
Exhibit Opening
Youth Gallery
Hand Tinting Demonstration    
Deborah Bailey
Main Gallery
Studio Artists works
featuring Laura Aziz, Deborah Bailey, Eddie Cowell, Leslie Manning, Mark Selvidge
Other Exhibits
Courtland Street Art Gallery
featuring over 9 local Artists
Guest Artist: Jerry McCarthy, woodcarver
Gallery 33 West
Laura DiNello, Exhibit Opening
West Main Street

"Black Nativity"
A play directed by Mical Whitaker
Emma Kelly Theater
Showtime: 8 p.m.
Half Price Studio Time
Free Spirit Pottery and Design
Live Music & Home-made Pizza
In House Concert
Sugar Magnolia Bakery
Live Music
French Quarter Cafe
Free Concert for All Ages
Show Time: 9 p.m.
Friday Night Magic
Magic Competition
Galactic Comics and Games
Begins at 5:30 p.m.
Abbigail’s Holiday Open House                 
Open to 8 p.m.
28 West Main Street                
(Parking in rear of Building)
Statesboro Brews Coffee House and Martini Bar
Open to 8 p.m.
26 West Main Street
Sneak Preview!
Yard and Haus    
Holiday Hours
58A  East Main Street
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