We are having a public/open reception for our current exhibition on Friday from 5:30-7pm. We will stay open until 9pm for First Friday. Thanks so much! https://untonthesquare.unt.edu/photographs-denton
September Wine Club Wines have arrived and are the featured wines of this weekend tasting
Tonight and tomorrow evening, from 6:00-8:00pm our wine tasting will feature our September Gold and Platinum Wine Club Wines.
This is a progressive tasting: each dollar grouping up is a $5 charge. So you can taste the three for $5, five for $10 or all six for $15
Group 1: The three gold level wines of the month ($15-$18 wines).
Group 2: The two platinum level wines of the month ($30-$40 wines)
Group 3: The platinum upper level red wine of the month ($60 to $75)
These wines will also be available as flights from 6pm today until close on Saturday
We have been so busy on Friday nights at our new location that we added Thursday to the lineup. On Thursday & Friday from 6 to 8 you can do the tasting or you can do a flight of the featured wines any time from Thursday at 6 until we close on Saturday.
With 22 wines available by the glass (26-28 Thursday through Saturday) we have something for everyone’s taste, and ranging from $5 to $18 something for everyone’s pocketbook. We have added an all new Silver level back into the lineup and increased the case discount for Platinum members to 20% off.We have two port flights available and 6 ports by the glass. We have also added a “Well Flight”- Sample our four well wines for just “$7.50 anytime.
Happy Hour– from 4-6pm Tuesday – Saturday, half price “call” beer and “by the glass” wines and wine flights plus “to go” pricing on dine in bottle wines.
Mellow Hour from 9 pm to 10 pm Tuesday – Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights from 9 pm to 11 pm — half price “call” beer and “by the glass” wines and wine flights and 10% off cigars.
Our hours are:
Tuesday – Thursday 12:00-10:00
Friday & Saturday 12:00-12:00
Happy Hour 4-6
Mellow Hour starts at 9
Okay, maybe it’s not really “fall” but it is the fall semester at both of Denton’s universities, and we who existed on the Denton heat island, are glad to have students back in town, out and about.
I am looking for full-court participation this fall from all vendors listed on the site, and I am also out and about pressing the flesh with new businesses that could be a part of First Friday Denton’s future. The net is wide, and if you are a business looking for a leg up, First Friday Denton is the original event created to bring all the best elements of Denton together for one night a month to celebrate all that makes Denton, Texas, what it is.
New businesses sprouted on the landscape last spring, and if you were away for the summer, they grew into full fledged going concerns through the summer (it didn’t used to be that way). Check out Rusty’s Tacos. Check out Denton Camera Exchange. Denton is certifiably a year-round town now, and for those of you who abandon in the summer, I can finally say, “You’re missing something!”
For those of you looking for something fresh to do this Friday, First Friday Denton is it. For those of you with businesses who like to do business, First Friday Denton is it. Contact us and we will be glad to list you on the First Friday Denton website. It still doesn’t cost one thin dime, and you will be pleasantly surprised with the traffic that comes your way.
Don’t forget about Taking The A train from wherever you are to Denton, Texas, this First Friday. The A Train is your ticket to a good time, and leaving the driving to the engineer. Think about it.
A Creative Art STUDIO brings music, art and fun to First Friday Denton on September 6th, from 7 – 10 pm. This month we welcome composer, poet and guitarist Bruce Bond. This is Bruce’s first time to perform at the studio but he has been performing numerous guitar styles for the past forty years. His style of improvisation blends jazz, folk and classical in a variety of textures. Widely published as a poet and critic, he now teaches poetry writing and modern literature at the University of North Texas. Starting at 8:30 County Rexford brings it’s own brand of Celtic; Untraditional Isle music. Led by Rex Emerson, the group specializes in drinking songs, ballads, fiddle tunes, and originals, utilize a variety of instruments including banjo, guitar, mandolin, accordion, whistle and more. Featured Artist of the month is Artist Deanna Wood. Deanna works with printmaking, collage and encaustic. Art demonstrations are always a part of the studio’s first Friday and this Month Tina Alvarez will be demonstrating touch painting while Crystal Nelson shows techniques in journal making. Robin Huttash will be demonstrating painting techniques. A painting community art project will be at the studio for all to work on. Grab a friend and come join the fun at A Creative Art STUDIO.
Artwork by Deanna Wood, featured artist