Open Doors Manchester offers look at city's art, culture


July 21. 2014 8:02PM

Joe Blajda, left, Kathy Murby and Mike Becker of the band Smoked Kielbasa peform at the Art on the Wall at City Hall watercolor painting show part of the Open Doors Art and Cultural Trolly Tour in Manchester in 2008. (UNION LEADER FILE)







You can experience downtown by trolley Thursday with Open Doors Manchester. The event happens several times a year and includes free access to some of the Queen City’s arts and cultural venues, including Art 3 Gallery, Langer Place, Millyard Museum, SEE Science Center, Art on the Wall at City Hall Gallery, Framers Market, E.W. Poore, Studio 550 Art Center, Studioverne glass studio, and the Arbor in the Millyard gallery at Manchester Vineyard Community Church.

In addition, Manchester Community Music School’s Summer Band will be performing outside City Hall at 6 p.m.

Two trolleys will circulate a route between the venues from 5 to 8 p.m., stopping at each one about every 30 minutes.

Participants can get on or off the trolley at any stop, or walk or drive themselves between venues.

For more information on special events at each trolley stop, visit www.opendoorsmanchester.com.
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