December 5 – 6
The Seward Winter Frolic is a FREE weekend art crawl in the Seward neighborhood that takes place December 5th and 6th, with a special Kick-Off December 4th.
Join us for three days of culture, art, performance, music, food, beverage, and delight!
Art Crawl events are FREE and enjoy specials offered by local businesses and artists!
Check out the Frolic MAP for 2015 and find your favorite artists and businesses with descriptions. For the Frolic schedule, activities, and events check out the Seward Winter Frolic Brochure!
Join the event on Facebook.
Follow on Twitter: @SewardArts and #SewardFrolic
The Seward Art Crawl is one of many events during the Seward Winter Frolic & Art Crawl All day long businesses will be offering specials and local artists will display their work at several venues. At 5pm on Saturday, shoppers, residents, and businesses are invited to gather in Triangle Park (26th Ave. & E. Franklin Ave.) to light up the park, creating a symbol of our warm community spirit during the cold days of winter.
K’ul Chocolate will be launching their Fresh Chocolate bar during the Seward Winter Frolic. Stop by and make your own bar. K’ul will also be hosting 3 artists during the frolic; John George Larson, Juliane Shibata and Katia Andreeva. Stop by for some holiday coffee drinks and fresh chocolate and peruse the art.
Don’t miss the lighting ceremony on Saturday December 5th in Triangle Park, 26th and Franklin. Woodland Stoves will be providing a beautiful firepit and wood for a warm fire. Barebones Theatre will be leading a candlelit parade and there will be a hay ride for kids around the park. Santa Erik will be joining us from 5:30 – 6PM so plan to stay until the very end! After we we close up at the lighting ceremony we can all head over to Chef Shack for free cider and donuts from 6PM – 7PM, a perfect way to end the first day of the Art Crawl.
What is Soap in a Coat? It’s a bar of soap wrapped in a coat of felted merino wool. It naturally exfoliates, eliminates the need for a wash cloth, lasts a loooong time, never gets gross and looks pretty.
You can find this beautiful, practical soap at Bethany Lutheran Church, at the table of Ann Kreider during the Seward Winter Frolic on Dec. 5th and 6th.