HOQUIAM, Wash. - Stores will host live music, display art, and stay open late this coming Thursday, why? Well because it's the First Thursday in Hoquiam, and this Thursday is the first, First Thursday for the Hoquiam Business Association.
The HBA is hoping the late night will let 9-to-5-ers get in the shopping they don't always have time for during the day!
Participating businesses include The Polson Museum, Six Rivers Gallery,
Gray's General Store, McHugh's Furniture, Levee Feed, Tully's Coffee, Parker & Winkelman Law, Jackson Street Books On 7th, Pure Clothing, The Oriole, Ace Electric, Corporate Image, and the 8th Street Ale House
Businesses that would like to participate can contact the HBA at 1-360-209-8099 or Info@HoquiamBusiness.com.
The Polson Museum
The museum will be providing free admission to the main museum as well as our Railroad Camp shop. Come by to enter the "Red Wrangler Raffle" with tickets available for $20 each to win a 2012 Jeep Wrangler 4x4. We only sell 2,500 tickets and all proceeds help support museum operations. The Jeep will, of course, be right out front for folks to sit in and check out.
Six Rivers Gallery
Gray's General Store
Hosting artist Sativa Miller. Stop in and get your photo taken with friends in our photo booth after you create your own props in our craft studio! Shop the store or check out the Stella and Dot Jewelry and Pollen Cosmetics special displays in store.
Parker & Winkelman Law
Jackson Street Books On 7th
Hosting visual artist Matt Coyle and live music from local musician Ericka Corban.
Offering $2 off any dinner entree between 5pm and 8pm
8th Street Ale House
Free fresh chips & salsa with a drink purchase between 5:00 and 8:00