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Oct. 17, 2019 | Thursday
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Niagara Falls Night of Art returns for eighth year
Ashley Marazzo, one of the artists featured during the Niagara Falls Night of Art this Thursday. (Brittany Carter/Niagara Now)

The Niagara Falls Night of Art will bring visual art displays, demonstrations and installations together for its eighth year this Thursday.

From 6 to 10 p.m., in and around the Niagara Falls History Museum at 5810 Ferry Street and the Niagara Falls Farmers Market, the free event will feature live music, food and art vendors and interactive activities alongside art displays and demonstrations.

Kids are welcome and hands-on arts and crafts will run all evening long.

More than 15 vendors will sell art, cash only, and admission to the Niagara Falls History Museum Galleries is included with entry to the free event.

Local artist Emily Andrews will return this year with her art installations, and more works will be on display by Ashley Marazzo, Heather Fraser and Sarah Carter, Dougie Hayz, Adam Hughes, Joanne Ring, Claire Anderson, Gabrielle Fischer Horvath and Juice Willis Entertainment.

Performances by The Golden Horseshoe Revival, The Roxwells, JIN, Junk & Juice, Alexa Fraser, Trio Corn Brio and Sara Lou Stuart, and others will serenade the crowd all evening.

The museum’s courtyard will be licenced and serving craft beer and wine and several food vendors will also be on site. 

A full list of artists can be found at the Niagara Falls History Museum's website.

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