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2/3/06

Experiencing Art & Culture In Lubbock

If you're looking for a night of music and art you may want to hop on a trolley. NewsChannel 11's Suleika Acosta fills us in on the First Friday Art Trail.

The free art trail showcases art galleries and different venues the first Friday of every month. People can hop on trolleys that take them to the different places showcasing art and music. Food and drinks are provided by many of the venues.

Tonight, two trolleys will travel through the depot district and other parts of Lubbock, making ten minute stops. One trolley will leave from the Underwood Center, 511 Avenue K, and the other will leave from the Buddy Holly Center, 1801 Avenue G. The art tour starts at 6 p.m., trolleys leave at 6:15.

For a trail map, ( click here).

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