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March 25, 2014

The South Street Headhouse District Revives Its Fourth Friday Event For The Spring Season, Starting This Friday, March 29

Head to historic Fabric Row in the South Street Headhouse neighborhood for the spring revival of its Fourth Friday shopping crawl, Friday, March 28. (Image courtesy South Street Headhouse District)

With the promise of seasonal spring conditions on the horizon, the South Street Headhouse District and Fabric Row are set to relaunch a monthly Fourth Friday fete on South 4th Street this Friday, March 28.

Rather than close up shop at 6 or 7 p.m., the independent businesses along historic Fabric Row will keep the lights on for an after-hours shop-and-dine around on the final Friday of the month from 5 to 9 p.m.

More than a dozen local shops, salons, galleries and restaurants will host extended hours, sales and special events around 4th Street from Lombard to Queen streets.

At Moon & Arrow, a Spring Equinox Party offers up deals on winter clothing and vintage goods, as well as giveaways of mini smudge sticks and Palo Santo to inspire soulful spring cleaning.

Nearby at Bus Stop Boutique, pop in for a spring fling-style shopping party with cocktails and a 15-percent discount off of the first spring shoe purchase.

Over at Community Bikes and Boards, tunes from Port Arthur, Kyle Stawicki and others will be spinning and art from Joe Shefski will be on display. Plus, the Community folks plan to grill burgers and veggie burgers.

Plus, folks who are still hungry can stop at Southwark for $5 bites and $3 draft brews from 5 to 7 p.m.

And that’s just a smattering of the plans on tap. For updates and more information on Fourth Friday, check right here.

Look forward to Fourth Friday festivities in the months to come, too, as the neighborhood embraces the season.

South Street Headhouse District Fourth Friday
When: Friday, March 29, 5-9 p.m.
Where: 4th Street from Lombard to Queen streets
Cost: Free
More info: www.southstreet.com and www.facebook.com

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