Saturday, June 12, noon to 4 pm
Downtown St. Johnsbury
Genre-defying alt-country blues rock favorites The Barnyard Incident will play at the Welcome Center in Depot Square. The Barnyard Incident features Deb Sullivan on leadvocals, James Sullivan on fiddle and lead guitar, Perry Williams on upright bass, DanSalomon on guitars, and St. Jay’s own Pam McCann on drums. The Barnyard Incident will play at noon and 2:30.
Singer/songwriter and born entertainer Jon Gailmor will play two solo shows on Railroad Street. Known and adored for his irresistible, humorous, and sometimes absurd liveperformances, Jon Gailmor writes and plays music for all ages, engaging audiences with his trademark blend of nostalgia, hilarity, irreverence, and wisdom. Jon Gailmor will perform at 1:30 and 3:30.
StJ Art on the Street, a walkable outdoor gallery showcasing fine art in store fronts andshop windows, will host an Art Walk among its Railroad Street and Eastern Avenueexhibits. Artists featured in St. J Art on the Street’s summer show will be available along the route for discussion and questions, and spectators are invited to watch renowned painter Larry Golden as he creates new work in Depot Square Park at noon.
Also included in the StJ Art on the Street Art Walk is a brand new show in Catamount Arts’ Fried Family Gallery on Eastern Avenue. Catamount Arts will be open to the public,and staffers are eager to welcome familiar patrons and new visitors back to the ArtsCenter for the first time since March of last year.
Hey St. J! #GetDownTown’s June 12 event will also include giant games, a Community Hub Pic Tour photography event, and a Neighbor Up Award and Pitch Contest presented by NEK Prosper’s St. Johnsbury Community Hub Project; bike rides from the Three Rivers Path Trailhead, incentive programs for local dining and shopping, and delicious Dolcetti Gelato, part of Umbrella’s Social Enterprise program.