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Downtown Strong Stroll: Mardi Gras Masquerade

(325) 655-2345

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Price:  Free

Date:  February 16, 2023

Time:  5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Come join us for the DSA & Cultural Arts District Downtown Strong events in 2023. The Downtown Strong event showcases some of the best art, food, and fun that Downtown San Angelo has to offer. Stop by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts and view their current exhibits, or visit one of the many art galleries for a sampling of West Texas art. Take a break and grab a bite to eat while you enjoy a cup of coffee, mug of beer, of a glass of wine at some of the best restaurants, bars, and coffee shops in West Texas. Top off the evening with a little shopping at Downtown’s unique boutiques.

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2023 DOWNTOWN STRONG STROLL DATES-Check back for details FEBRUARY 16 Mardi Gras Masquerade
Serenity’s Casual Wear: 113 E Concho Ave: Treats & punch while you shop! STOREWIDE DISCOUNT 30% off only during the stroll 5pm-8pm.

The She Shack- 31 E Twohig Ave: Cookies & punch for stroll guests! Shop jewelry, metal-wood-leather works, and blankets
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts: Quarter Master Gallery at Fort Concho- Burgess St. and E Ave.C : Exhibit Opening Reception/Party: “Take a Closer Look: Orna Feinstein and Mckay Otto” The reception has a 1980s theme. Come support your 80s look!

Conexion Special Projects or Citizen Center- Paint Brush Alley, 33 W. Twohig :Mardi Gras Theme with Kids Coloring Booth and Spin Wheel!

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts – Coop Gallery, 427 S. Oakes St. : Tierra Sagrada (Sacred Land) – Tierra Sagrada artwork is composed of art that showcases a visual statement about our modern world by Jesus Toro Martinez.

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts- Studio Rio. 423 S. Oakes St. : Lakeview & Lincoln San Angelo Schools Student Art Show

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts – Gallery Verde, 417 S. Oakes St. : Galactic Warriors and Gods From The Yucatan – Andy Villarreal’s artwork is based on personal experiences acquired during his travels to Europe, the US Southwest, East and West coasts, and especially the Mayan Indigenous Cultures.

Stroll guests receive a free ride on the Concho Valley Transit District trolley! Route begins at 5:15 pm at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, 1 Love Street.