By Ken Stern 

First Saturday mingled music on boardwalk


JAMMING ON THE CHANNEL – J.P. Falcon Grady (right) made a return appearance for Saturday’s First on First. Renee Matthews saw him playing on the Lighthouse deck and called her husband, Jim. Years ago he played with Falcon. He brought his bass and Saturday evening they made music together again. – Photo by Ken Stern

Town Councilmember and First on First advocate John Leaver summarized the group’s April 3 first Saturday effort as “mixed results, partially due to somewhat chilly weather as well as a reduced vendor count and no music in Gilkey Square.”

He called two new vendors exciting: SAFIUCHI showing her display of art and Dave McCormick with custom made “beer flites:” wood based mantles for 4-5.5 ounce beer tasting glasses.

Youngsters again enjoyed chalk art on Gilkey Square’s “Concrete Canvas,” including at least one from Seattle.

Leaver reported music in abundance, with Rick Fogel a...

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