First Friday Live
First Friday Live is a monthly community celebration taking place in downtown Grants Pass. Our retailers, galleries and restaurants host special receptions, performances, screenings and other events showcasing the work of local and regional artists. Other creative pursuits are also celebrated: culinary, crafts, music and theatrical. The mission is to form a cohesive and vibrant downtown by uniting and highlighting our unique businesses while celebrating our dynamic community.
First Friday Live is free and open to the public on the first Friday of months February through December from 5 to 9 pm.
Grants Pass Museum of Art
229 SW G Street
The museum continues the exhibit: Allen Smith “All the Love We Cannot See”
229 SW G Street
Judy Davidson will be demonstrating her original drawings on Christmas ornaments and taking custom requests.
The Glass Forge Gallery & Studio
501 SW G Street
Mike Brons will be playing some great music and the group "brush strokers" will be displaying art. They are artists from both the GP and Rogue River area.
Chesi Jo's Baby Boutique
307 SW G Street
Holiday Open House from 4-8pm with 20% off storewide! Come and have cookies and cider with us!
26 Swords Tattoo
220 NW 6th Street
Brick by Brick Collective Art Exhibition by Jayme Goodwin. Jayme, a tattoo artist form California, will be displaying his original pieces of art for your viewing pleasure. Prints and selected originals will be available for purchase.
233 SW G Street
David Modica with his lush & alluring guitar + local photographer, Donna Torres, will have her work on display!
The Kitchen Company
301 SW 6th Street
The Kitchen Company is serving a yummy fall desert. Come and enjoy a slice of Pumpkin Delight.
124 NW D Street
Wear a Blue Zones t-shirt into our place between 4-6pm and get a $5 gift card to use for anything in our juicebar! Visit the Blue Zones Facebook to see how to get a free shirt.
Untitled 2.0 Gallery
119 SE 6th Street
Local Painter, Paul James Cunningham asks, “What is truth?” He posits an answer with his exhibit, “The Isles of Amnesia.”
164 SE “G” Street
Paul Silas Trapp’s exhibit, “Refraction.” Trapp is know for his shaped works of art that challenge the viewers approach to normative viewing. He turns the standards of color theory and applicable rules regarding perspective and scale on their heads.
My Little Corner Cafe & Untitled 2.0
Interior Atrium Annex
130 SE G Street
Claudia Cilloniz Marchini’s exhibit “iMind." Marchini’s shaped paintings create a contemplative space for consideration of modern life and our growing reliance on technology and the ever encompassing “cloud” of information surrounding our society.
Sandi's Candies & Fudgery
145 SW G Street
Kicking off our 3rd Annual Fundraiser for the Josephine County 4H Club’s Stockings for Soldiers. We are featuring two Holiday fudge flavors Peppermint Snowflake & Pumpkin.
304 SW 6th Street
We will have artistic entertainment TBA.