ST. JOHNSBURY – For the second installment of St. J Final Fridays on Friday, July 29, partners
Discover St. Johnsbury, the Town of St. Johnsbury, and Catamount Film & Arts are bringing more
activities and food to Eastern Avenue and Railroad Street.
Starting at 4 p.m., Railroad Street will be closed to motorized vehicles and filled with free interactive live art demonstrations, family activities, a gallery stroll, sidewalk sales and more. At 7 p.m., the event closes out with a free Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series performance in the heart of
Featured programming for a street fair on July 29, includes a community mural to be created by the
Caledonia Food Co-op; chalk art created during the performance by Vermont artist Katie Runde; a
Gallery Stroll by St. J Art on the Street, featuring art exhibitions and refreshments in shops and in
storefronts along Railroad Street and Eastern Avenue; live portrait drawing by Larry Golden; free gelato from Dolcetti; live music by Koa Phoenix; Tai Chi and Tango and Yoga demonstrations; crafts and activities from Fairbanks Museum, Community College of Vermont, The Foundry, St. Johnsbury
Athenaeum, St. J Community Hub; and more including bubble machines, food trucks, kids crafts,
and free goodies.
At 7 p.m., the Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series closes out the night with a performance by Adam
Ezra Group. Catamount Arts will bring their mobile stage to the heart of downtown St.
Johnsbury, turning Railroad Street into a summer concert venue to showcase the band’s folk and rock
energy, fusing soul and pop.