First Fridays to Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ 108th Birthday

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Attention all Whos, Hortons, Lorax, Red Fish, Blue Fish, Tizzle-Topped Grouse, Beagle-Beaked-Bald-Headed Grinch and Cats in Hats! First Fridays on March 2 will feature the celebration of Dr. Seuss’ 108th birthday. Little Owl Pre School hosts a student art exhibit at Expo Arts Center; buy a Dr. Seuss book from A Castle of Books for donation to Miller Children’s Hospital; and anyone who dresses as a Dr. Seuss character will win a prize.

Other ingredients of the night include: Live art and interactive art activities, Ukuleles, jazz, pop, dance, and swing, Long Beach Day Nursery Exhibit, DJ playing classical music!, roaming Irish songsters, green drinks, Blessing and Activation of an Altar to the Feminine Devine, the Knolls Ranger, classic cars, improv comedy, dramatic scenes, Timstrument, free books, gift items, antiques, spoken word & unplugged, funky hair, and the Big Red Bus, and plenty of the unexpected.

Councilmember James Johnson’s “First Books at First Fridays” at the Dana Branch Library features 9th District Council Member Steve Neal and entertainment from Zorro! Event begins at 5:30pm.

Stop by Bella Cosa (3803Atlantic) from 6:30pm – 8:00pm to find all the information about First Fridays, maps, business info, and restaurant recommendations.

When the businesses start to close, “First Fridays After Hours” begins. Nino’s Italian Restaurant, The Factory, and EJ Malloy’sgo late into the night with food, drinks, and music. Why go home early? Stay out late and continue the energy.

Dine on Art-Lantic Avenue at one of our tasty restaurants then grab the Big Red Bus that will transport you venue to venue from designated stops at the participating businesses.

Full listing of participating businesses at:

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