"Art & Wine on Main" is the theme of this month's Friday Night Live event presented by the merchants of downtown Woodstock.
Stores and restaurants in the district will stay open late, and many will offer free special events from 5 to 9 p.m.
The new office of Clark Patterson Lee Design Professionals on Main Street will feature work from pottery, painting and jewelry artists.
Seven Arrows will host a wine tasting with Native American artist Kevin Chasing Wolf, and Ember will host a wine reception with artist Liz Strickland from 7:30 to 11 p.m.
Ann Litrel Art will present a student art show, "Unleashing Young Talent: The Student-Teacher Connection," and wine and light refreshments will be served. Roomscapes Gallery will exhibit, "Art: Styles, Mediums and Theory," and serve light refreshments.
Val's Happy Shack will host artist Natalie Babayth, and wine and refreshments will be served. FoxTale Book Shoppe will host a wine tasting with live music, karaoke and open mic poetry.
The Right Wing Tavern will display works by Steve Penley and offer a $6 tableside wine tasting.
Pennybag Emporium will offer a ring-toss game for children and homemade banana pudding for everyone., and Salon Bastille will serve refreshments. Magnolia Thomas restaurant will offer half-price wine bottles and anyone with a wristband from the Woodstock Art & Wine festival at Woodstock City Park on Saturday will receive a free appetizer and glass of wine.
Other entertainment includes two violinists strolling through downtown and game night at the Woodstock Visitors Center with board and card games.
For information, call (770) 924-0406 or e-mail email@example.com.