This year, Alley Art Festival is going downtown-wide in downtown Aurora. Here’s what it will look like. (Bring a mask.*)
Artists will be set up from noon to 5 p.m. at the following venues (RAIN or SHINE):
Gallery 1904 at 1 E. Benton St. (indoors/outdoors – socially distanced)
The Cotton Seed Creative Exchange (indoors/outdoors – socially distanced)
SciTech Hands On Museum (outdoors)
Society 57 (indoors/open to the outside – socially distanced)
Warehouse 55 (outdoors)
Wyckwood House (indoors – socially distanced)
Yetee Station (probably outdoors)
All Phase 4 guidelines will be followed for a socially responsible event. Masks are required both indoors and outdoors while at artist booths. Occupancy will be monitored indoors. Thanks for your cooperation!
Stop by the INFO BOOTH at 1 E. Benton St. for a map, to purchase posters, and more!
Noon to 5 Visit venues and shop artist booths; donate food at Tredwell Coffee; Stop by Aurora Regional Fire Museum for a kid craft to take home.
12 to 2 Eric Peter Schwartz performs at the Sculpture Garden, 20 E. Downer Pl.
1 & 3 Puppet Show on Hoyt Pl. behind Waubonsee Community College, 18 S. River St.
2 to 4 S.H.E. performs at Water Street Square, 65 S. Water St.
3 to 5 Tyler Benson peforms at the Sculpture Garden, 20 E. Downer Pl.
4:30 Camelia Danza Bellydance performs at Swimming Stones on Benton St.
Look for chalk art by Laura Reyes and Grahame Wilkin along Water Street Mall, 44 E. Downer Pl.
*Disposable masks will be available at the INFO Booth at 1 E. Benton St.