Wabash, Ind. –Organized by Wabash Marketplace, Inc. and with increased support thanks to the addition of several new event sponsors, we are excited to tell you about May First Friday Wabash. Brought to you by Platinum Sponsor Autumn Ridge Rehabilitation Centre, First Friday encourages the community to celebrate in downtown Wabash with this month’s theme “Fashion Friday” from 5-8 p.m. Friday, May 4th.
You will find many shopping and food options, music, and kids’ activities! First Friday participants should travel to each of the featured businesses to find a fact about that business or building. Write that fact down on the guide. These guides can be picked up at The Welcome Center and Modoc’s Market. Once the guide is full, you can drop it off at any of the featured locations. You will then be entered to win the First Friday Basket loaded with so many local goodies! Featured businesses include Borders and Beyond Gallery, Marelli’s, Bellazo, City Hall, Gallery 64, Bash Boutique, Tiny Threads Children’s Boutique, and Riverfront Sweets & Eats. Sponsored by Beacon Credit Union and fuel supplied by J.M. Reynolds Oil Co., Inc., Trolley No. 85 will be making the rounds with treats for the riders.
Thank you to additional event sponsors Crossroads Bank, Troxel Farm Equipment, Grow Wabash County, and Wabash Plain Dealer. Visit us on Facebook at First Friday Wabash for full event details. We hope to see you soon.
First Friday in Wabash is led by volunteers Jennifer Long-Dillon, Christy Reynolds, Tenille Zartman, Maria Marshall, Karen Eilts-Walter, Paula Lhamon, Maria Smyth, Kimberly Lundmark, and Tyler Karst.
For more information regarding the 2018 First Friday Calendar of special events or to find out how you can become involved, please visit our website, www.wabashmarketplace.org, or contact Tyler Karst at 260-563-0975.
Wabash Marketplace, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit in Downtown Wabash. Established in 1981, we are a State and National Main Street Organization with a mission to foster community and economic development in historic downtown Wabash. Partnerships with members, the city, and different local and state entities, allow us to continue this mission. For more information about Wabash Marketplace, Inc., please visit www.wabashmarketplace.org.