CHEROKEE NIGHTS

Posted by Anne McCullough on March 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

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A monthly event where you can explore the businesses on Cherokee Street during the evening hours. Second Thursdays of every month. Art, Music, Food, BUSKERS, Entertainment, CHEROKEE STREET!

Participating Businesses:

Flowers and Weeds
2118 Cherokee Street
Live music and Beverages. DIY flowers & terrariums.

Red Chair on Cherokee
2319 Cherokee Street

Foam
3359 S. Jefferson

ButtonMakers.net
2608 Cherokee Street
Make your own buttons till 9pm

Midwest Guitar
2610 Cherokee Street
Open Mic Night

Scarlett Garnet Jewelry
2619 Cherokee Street
Local Art work till 9pm

Smalls tea & coffee
2619 1/2 Cherokee Street
Serving up tea till 9pm, Tiny live music session

Strange Overtones Vintage
2626 Cherokee Street
Strange Overtones will welcome photographer, Hilary Hitchcock. She will be displaying photos from the last weeks of the Cherokee Street Globe Drug, which occupied 2626 Cherokee Street from 1939-2010.

Art Monster Tattoo Shop
2627 Cherokee Street
Live illustrating, free cookies and free tattoo consultations

The Fortune Teller Bar
2635 Cherokee Street
The full array of offerings for second Thursdays includes the following: a tarot card reader (available earlier than usual), a firepit going out on the patio (with maybe possibly a satellite bar outside), and a beer showcase led by a different brewer every month. The showcase will feature representatives from each brewery giving out swag, offering free samples and answering questions.

I Scream Cakes
2641 Cherokee Street
Open until 10pm, serving alcoholic slushies, floats & shakes

Hydraulic Pictures
2644 Cherokee Street

The Whiskey Ring
2651 Cherokee Street
BBQ by Iowa Buffet
Record spin by Dead Wax
FREE Whiskey tasting from Journeyman Distilleries. 7-9pm

Melt
2712 Cherokee Street
Melt will be open from 10AM-11PM. They will be hosting their bi-monthly Singer/Songwriter Showcase that starts at 8PM. March 13th features Fred Friction & Irene Allen.

2720 Cherokee
2720 Cherokee Street
No cover charge, music, art and drinks.

Yaqui’s on Cherokee
2728 Cherokee Street
They will be open, if not officially, for anyone to stop by for a drink or a conversation. Hours of operation are until 1:30am. They will have a firepit places to hang out, create art, and maybe help build the pieces of the bar.

Craft Art Bar
2732 Cherokee Street
Open to the public, Live entertainment, drinks and food for sale.

Gardunos Mexican Foods
2737 Cherokee Street
Buy one get one Margaritas. Two Taco Plate special with free nonalcoholic beverage.

Empire Hall/ Tucci Events
3407 California
Dance Party

Tortas y Tacos Cielito Lindo
2812 Cherokee Street
All day 10% off with mention of Cherokee Nights
Happy Hour from 6 to 9
$1 lime margaritas
$3 you call its
Buy one get one free on Flavored Margaritas
$10 Beer Buckets

The Firecracker Press
2838 Cherokee Street
Open until 9:00pm making and selling posters.

Cherokee Street Bikes
2839 Cherokee Street

Blank Space
2847 Cherokee Street

Cherokee Kuts
2901 Cherokee Street
Debut of a Reality Show focused around the wonderful people of Cherokee Kuts, filmed and edited by Harold Salone. The Screenings form part of a public deliberation about community culture conceived by Vita Geluniene and Ed Carroll as part of their residency in Craft Alliance.

Title: “The Argument”
Director: Harold Salone
Starring: Quiana, Mike, Stacy and Dave with music by Tone & Blimp
A 12-minute screening of a real life comedy series that is shot in a unisex barber shop on Chreokee Street. “The Argument” gives you a glimpse to the shop talk that emerges from a difference of opinions about good behavior. The screening will be repeated every hour and include a follow-up discussion about community creativity. Hair cuts are available during screenings!
When: 6 to 8pm


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