MANCHESTER, NH — Trolley Night is July 11 from 4-7 p.m. and is a free and family-friendly event that celebrates arts and culture in the city of Manchester.
Though all of the participating venues are open year-round, on Trolley Night they have special happenings, demonstrations, hands-on activities, and promotions planned specifically for the evening. On July 11 there will be a chalk art competition and an outdoor arts market.
Two trolleys will be circulating to arts and cultural institutions around the city for the duration of the event, beginning at Veteran’s Park at 4 p.m. There are various parking areas around the route.
Guests can hop on or off the Trolley at any venue, but as most venues are close to each other, guests are also welcome to drive, bike or walk between venues.
The event is organized by volunteer arts & cultural organizations in the area.
The 2019 Season Venues are:
- Queen City Bicycle Collective
- Bookery Manchester
- SEE Science Center
- Manchester City Library
- Manchester Community Farmer’s Market
- Studio Verne Fine Art Fused Glass
- Dancing Lion Chocolate
- Girls at Work
- Antiques on Elm
- The Manchester Artists Association at Jupiter Hall
- Roger Francoeur Studios
- YMCA of Downtown Manchester
- Studio 550 Art Center
- The Currier Museum of Art
Jump on the Trolley, support the arts, and immerse yourself in Manchester’s diverse cultural scene.