First Fridays Art Walk Ukiah, CA – November 4th, from 5-8 pm



recognizes military “Veterans Who Are Artists” with their artwork of all mediums. Also featuring bronze sculptures by Rolf Nord Kriken.

201 S. State Street, Ukiah, 707 462-1400



Corner Gallery Ukiah is featuring Craig Maize photography show “Divergence”. Whether it may be a vivid sunset, a striking landscape, a beautiful piece of art or a musician expressing his emotion through his instrument. Whatever the subject, it is my hope that these images will stir up unexpected memories and feelings in the viewer.

The Corner Gallery is located at  201 S. State Street, Ukiah, 707 462-1400



Bona Marketplace will be featuring Sue Sweet and Polly Palecek with a show called Angels and Icons. Also they will have Knox Gillespie doing palm readings.

Bona Marketplace, 116 W. Standley St. Ukiah 468-1113


Mendocino County Youth Project

presents Youth Art Show and silent auction
Live music by Jacqueline Scoggins and Charolette Dickson
Free Food and Drink
Half of the proceeds from the silent auction will go to the artist, the other half goes toward the Jim Livine Scholarship fund for at risk youth in Mendocino County.
Questions call 707.463.4915



are proud to host Jackie Harmon, in conjunction with welcoming Ramos the Realtor to the office. Of her art Jackie had this to say, “Watercolor is my favorite medium. I love the way the paint blends and mingles on the paper depending on the amount of water you use. So much fun!! I will be bringing with me some of my favorites from my collection.” Milano Winery is hosting the wine, so make sure that you stop by early to grab a glass and enjoy the company.

Come and join Mo and Andrea at 304 N State Street



Come and view relevant and contemporary local artist’s work, Charles Montgomery, at the Ukiah Library during our November 4th, 1st Friday Art Walk.

The Ukiah Library is creating Dream Catchers that our patrons can take home.   This craft is for ages 8+ and is free to the public. We will also have live music, nibbles from Marino’s Pizza and a book sale by The Ukiah Valley Friends of the Library.

105 N. Main St. Ukiah CA Contact us for more info: 463-4493



“Instinct Extinct; The Great Pacific Flyway.” This contemporary art installation by Valerie Constantino, Glenda Drew & Ann Savageau explores and celebrates the biology, bounty and beauty of the a major north-south path for migratory birds.

The Grace Hudson Museum is at 431 South Main Street in Ukiah and is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 4:30 p.m. For more information please call 467-2836



is pleased to once again feature the art work of Chat Ko. Enoteca will be offering wine specials for Art Walk Participants.

The Enoteca Wine Bar is located at 106 West Church Street.


The 304

Candace Lowe, is a self-taught artist of Pomo, Hopi, Navajo and Danish decent. She is an enrolled member of the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians and is a mother of five children, ages 15, 13, 10, 8 and 2. She is currently serving her third term as an elected member of the Coyote Valley Tribal Council. Candace credits her father, children and heritage as inspiration for her art. She is an active Pomo dancer & singer. She loves to create regalia for her children and relatives as well as cook and sew.

The 304 is located at 304 N State Street


The Parlour

invites you to meet two USA Today’s Best Seller List authors during Friday’s Art Walk. They will be conducting a book signing at the Parlour’s salon

The Parlour salon is located at 211 S. State Street.



Will have a pop-up event Thursday 10/6 from 5pm to dusk.

The event will, in part, celebrate Ukiah’s new Rail Trail and will take place next to the Rail Trail at the Gardens Project gardens at near Gobbi and Village Circle.

The Gardens Project will be inviting its many gardeners to come out for a spontaneous community produce market and swap. A place to bring your garden excess and sell, trade, give-away or otherwise wheel and deal with it. You can join in if you wish.

What else will be there? It depends on what you bring. This is a no charge opportunity to show off your art project, try you hand as a Zumba instructor, have a table for your favorite cause, do a taste test trial of those macaroons you have always been thinking about selling, make some tea to share with your community just because, bring your accordion and share a tune, just have a picnic next to the trail …  or whatever.

Come out, do your thing, and maybe make a few new friends.

312 North School Street


VFW Post 1900

VFW Post 1900 is located at 293 Seminary Avenue.



Arts Council gallery is located at the Ukiah Depot, 309 East Perkins St. in Ukiah


Mama’s Medicinals

Mama’s Medicinals is located at 328 North State Street.


Topper’s Hair Salon

Topper’s is located at 200 North School Street, on the corner of School & Smith.



The Ukiah Valley Artists Gallery is located at 518 E. Perkins, in the Pear Tree Center.



W/E Flowers is located 352, N State St. Ukiah CA 95482, 707-468-8522


Craftsman Estate Jewelry & Pawn Shop

Craftsman Estate Jewelry & Pawn Shop at 306 North State Street


Local lodging vendors around Ukiah want to help and have pitched in to offer discounts of 25% and more for visitors of the Art Walk. You can come to town and stay, make it an overnighter!


Fairfield Inn & SuitesMarriott Fairfield Inn 25% off for Art Walk



Travel Lodge UkiahTravel Lodge 25% off for Art Walk


Stanford House bed and breakfast 15% off for Art Walk