Happenin in The Valley * Art & Food

First Fridays Provo Gallery Stroll February 6 from 6-9pm 2009 Downtown Provo
Stroll's blog

Caleb Mitchell Photography (250 N University Ave, 734-9395) New Photographs.

Coal Umbrella (157 N University Ave, 369-4214) Soloist Boots to the Moon (Joscef Castor), and a group of local visual artists: Jason Metcalf, Ryan Neely, Gian Pierotti, and Chris Purdie, collaborate on a project which ultimately marries the productions of album recording and artistic creation.

Coleman Gallery (117 N University Ave, 225-5766) To be announced.

Covey Center for the Arts (425 W Center St, 852-7013) Kaleidoscope: New works by Barbara Frazier.

Legion (145 N University Ave, 718-3038) Street Art provided by local talent.

Maestro's (22 W Center, 691-5550) To be announced.

Mode Boutique (45 N University Ave, 377-1168) New drawings by St. Louis/ Utah artist Colin Tuis Nesbit.

Muse Music (151 N University Ave, 377-6873) To be announced.

Painted Temple / Low Brow? No How! (47 W 300 N, 356-8282) Mon Coeur Ne Bat Que Pour Toi!Andrew Christensen, Oak Adams, Kelly Larsen, Daniel Walker, Andy Bean, Jess Smiley, Lunchbox, Randall Craig, Caleb Mitchell. Stop by and pick up a Valentine card featuring the works of these artists anytime between now and Valentines Day.

Pennyroyal Cafe (155 N University Ave, 341-0120)Julia Jones

Provo Community Church (175 N University Ave, 368-1180) New works by members of the congregation.

Sego Art Center (169 N University Ave, 599-0680) Roland ThompsonTwenty Four Seven

Store Front Galleries (273 W Center St, 691-2301) Significant Forms, a group exhibit from the Brigham Young University Visual Arts Club.

The Gallery at Cats Cradle (168 W Center, 374-1832) To be announced

Terra Nova Gallery (41 W 300 N, 374-0016) Robert McKay: Indoors & Outdoors- Oil Paintings and Pastel Drawings.

Utah County Art Gallery (151 S University Ave, 754-0125) BYU Illustration Showcase.

Window Box Gallery (62 W Center St, 377-4367) Featuring new work by James Christensen, Emily McPhie, Cassandra Barney, and others.

Jason Metcalf, Gallery Stroll Director: 801.599.0680,

{Click to enlarge photos by me~Sweet Life Photography}

Something to do or eat this weekend. Pop on in to Flour Girls & Dough Boys for some Creamy Chocolate Mousse Cocoa and a mint brownie. They have the most amazing artisan breads and soups. My favorite bread is the asiago cheese bread it is dense and cheesy. Oh and if you are a lemon lover like me the lemon bars are top notch- tangy and sweet. For the coffee drinker they have organic fair trade Grounds for Change coffee and a huge cinnamon roll with cream cheese frosting to eat with it. Enjoy! I always do!

Flour Girls & Dough Boys Artisan Bakery & Cafe
35 N. Barratt Ave (150 West)
American Fork UT

...just one more way to find out that The Valley has it goin' on! Sweet Life in The Valley
If you know of any activities, plays, theater performances other events in Utah County please let us know by posting a comment.


Maria said...

Lots going on! We have been to Flour Girl and Doughboy's once. It was great!!

Angie said...

HI! I work at the Covey Center. I plan the Kid Time activities and just wanted to say hello.

Also... mmmm.... Flour Girls Dough Boys is my FAVORITE place for dessert and their hot chocolate is so good!