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Do you love Downtown? Do you?

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Staci Linklater and Jerry Misko auction off local art at a spring fundraiser for First Friday.
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Today is the last day to purchase advance tickets for the First Friday Las Vegas Summer Fundraiser held this year at the Lady Silvia, the new urban lounge in SoHo Lofts.

But not to worry if you miss the advance purchase, the $5 extra you pay at the door is worth it. First Friday Fundraisers are terrific fun, a blast, a gas and all-around good-time parties with food, Jerry Misko, drinks, great deals on art and open adoration toward Downtown.

This year’s summer fundraiser includes works by more than 30 artists, including Misko, Casey Weldon, Jennifer and Brian Henry, Mark T. Zeilman, Miguel Rodriguez, Amy Sol, Lincoln Maynard, Gina Quaranto, Michael Wardle, Three Bad Sheep and more.

First Friday Las Vegas Summer Fundraiser
June 23, 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Tickets: $20 in advance (at Resnicks Grocery or The Funk House) or $25 at the door.
900 South Las Vegas Blvd.
For more information, visit firstfriday-lasvegas.org/fundraise.html

Additional items include Peaceful Rage Apparel, gift certificates to Tinoco's Bistro, Chef Mayra, The Funk House, Globe Salon, The Verdict's Inn, Downtown Cocktail Room, The Beat Coffee House, Resnicks Grocery, Tecopa Hot Springs Resort, Lady Silvia, Island Lounge, Retro Vegas, Frankie’s Tiki Room, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Savile Row and more.

Also, there’s a chance at winning a one-week residency at the coveted Goldwell Open Air Museum’s Artist Workspace overlooking the ghost town of Rhyolite.

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