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First Friday Downtown Celebration!

Join us for another festive evening of live music, fine art, great wine and good food! Enjoy live music by Michael McCabe on guitar. Check out the new art by Sue Clancy, all pieces of the show are for sale through the end of July. We’re offering glass pours, open bottle purchases, growler fills and half carafes this evening. Featuring a delicious luau dinner by Chef Emilee of Class Cooking School.

Live Music: Michael McCabe, guitar

"I enjoy creating melody and structure to capture my moment of thought in a composition. Whether others will comprehend my expression or not I will always relive that creation with tremendous joy." 

Michael has passionately studied, practiced and played the guitar in different forms...eventually devoting his concentration and discipline primarily to the classical guitar and later included Spanish, flamenco, Celtic, jazz, gypsy jazz, bossa, folk, rock, country, and Latin styles of music."

To learn more about Michael's music visit his website:

New Art by: Sue Clancy, fine art, illustrator

Sue Clancy’s lighthearted story-book style has decorated the walls in universities, hospitals and other public settings.  Her work has illustrated books and literary magazines. Her artist books have been included in public and private library, museum and historical center special collections.

To create her visual stories and concepts she works with handmade paper, using a variety of techniques to carefully design visual stories that reflect both her inner world and her encounters with the external world. Sue’s inspired by daily life: food, drink, literature, science, culture, pets and people.  Imaginative word play is her glue.  Upon receiving her BFA in Art from The University of Oklahoma, she embarked on a lifelong educational program of reading, traveling, listening to people and passing what she experiences through her imagination. She enjoys helping other people and places tell their stories visually.

Sue Clancy is a fine artist represented in the Pacific Northwest by Caplan Art Designs. Her art has been in exhibits and featured in public and private collections around the world. Most recently her work was included in the Bainbridge Island Art Museum’s permanent collection. She is carefully supervised in her studio by a long-haired dachshund and an orange and white tabby cat who make sure that lunch breaks regularly occur."

You can see more about her life and work at

Food by Class Cooking, Chef Emilee Mahan:

Luau Dinner theme!

To learn more please visit the website:

Earlier Event: June 6
Thursday Happy Hour!
Later Event: June 14
Blind Tasting Competition!