First Friday, April 2, has an abundance of live music and artwork for attendees. All events are from 5 to 7 p.m. and free unless otherwise noted, and most venues have refreshments on hand.


First Friday, April 2, has an abundance of live music and artwork for attendees. All events are from 5 to 7 p.m. and free unless otherwise noted, and most venues have refreshments on hand.

Federal Street
Biggs Museum of American Art
3 to 5 p.m.
“Jazz Piano Craft” — Create a jazz piano out of a cereal box to play your favorite musical tunes.
2 to 7 p.m.
“Art and Poetry” — Listen to Delaware poets recite original poems inspired by museum objects in celebration of National Poetry Month. Light refreshments will be served.

Loockerman Street
Bel Boutique
Delaware Made — Exhibit by artist W.H. Smallwood
Dover Art League — Feature works of signature water colorist Janet Belich; opening night of the youth art exhibit, upstairs in the Holden Gallery.
Dover Newsstand — Performance by The Excursions (Jake Golden, guitar, and Tete Conway, keyboard)
Forney’s
Forney’s Too
Partners in Design — Exhibit and demonstration by artist Susan Johnston.
The Fashion Connection (Maxine’s New York Fashions, The Wedding Boutique, Top Notch Custom Sewing and Alterations) — “Easter Bonnets on Parade”

Governors Avenue
Dover firehouse — In-house museum tour
Beyond Dimensions — Enjoy a glass of wine and live entertainment by Celtic musicians Jan and Kelly Crumpley

Duke of York Street
7 p.m.
Delaware Public Archives — Classical guitarist Peter Fletcher concert, part of the Dover Public Library’s In Harmony series