The Sewickley Fall Gallery Walk planned for Friday and Saturday will showcase the work of many artists.
Galleries and businesses will open their spaces from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Among places where art will be displayed are Sewickley Studio, second floor, 507 Beaver St.; Sweetwater Center for the Arts, 200 Broad St.; Sewickley Gallery & Frame Shop, 549 Beaver St.; Sewickley Public Library, 500 Thorn St.; International Images Ltd., 514 Beaver St.; Sewickley Arts Initiative, 424 Beaver St.; 524 Locust Place; Habitat Hardware, 519 Locust Place; D. ZIGNZ Studio pop-up gallery, 613 Beaver St.; Sewickley Confectionery, 600 Beaver St.; Vita Hair for Life, 421 Walnut St.
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