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Some Things Happening in Venice at First Fridays Tonight

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Friday, September 4th First Fridays on Abbott Kinney in Venice Beach:
1.Boys and Girls Club of Venice Art show fundraiser. All art created by kids 6-17 years old. 1161 Electric Avenue
2.Photo Exhibition curated by Forrest Ann at California Herbal Remedies, 1337 Abbot Kinney. Music and Art, 7pm on.
3.Cave Gallery “On the Bright Side” exhibition opening 7- 11pm. 507 Rose Ave
4.Elvino Wine Shop will have Alessa Jonas of Cluster Wine Group joining the Tasting Counter to pour three premium, small production wines from Santa Barbara County. 2008 Harvest Girl, 2005 Turner Vineyard, Tyler’s Block and 2006 Carr Vineyards Three Creek Vineyard.
5.Zingara Trading‘s 1st anniversary party. 6-10pm. 1507 Abbot Kinney.
6.Tales and Toys will have David Tobocman performing live for the youngins.
7. Studio Seress will have their first First Fridays with a fashion photo booth, live music and a chance to win a free photo session. 1219 1/2 Abbot Kinney Boulevard.

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