Gallery Row Arts District Presents the 6th Annual Roll & Stroll
An Evening of Family Fun & Festivities Celebrating Outer Banks Art & Culture
Every summer the art galleries, shops & restaurants in the District join together. They create an exciting atmosphere of an evening of art shows, food & fun for the whole family. Participating businesses are open on Thursday July 12, 2018 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm, for a fun-filled evening of:
• Art shows, Artist demonstrations, Original design jewelry
• Bounce house, Photos with Santa, Pirate ship
• Chic boutiques, Jewelry trunk show, Whimsical gifts
• Coffee houses, Frozen yogurt bar, Live music
• Beads, Jewelry classes, Seaglass wirewrapping
• Family & fine dining, Fine wines, Microbrews
• Jiu-Jitsu, SUP, Yoga
Family Fun & Festivities
The event is free to the public. You’ll meet artists at the art galleries. Watch them create their latest masterpieces firsthand! Talk with a Hollywood jewelry designer or best-selling author.
Find exquisite photos by local photographers of Outer Banks seascapes and lighthouses. Other finds include Disney animation cels, eclectic gifts, local goods, sculptures & other treasures.
Treat yourself to a refreshing frozen yogurt bar or ice cream. Enjoy listening to live musicians in a relaxed atmosphere. Unwind with a cup of fresh-brewed coffee and a Panini-pressed sandwich. All steps away from Nags Head’s top-rated beaches!
Sign up for a Jiu-Jitsu lesson, go stand-up paddling, or go on an eco tour.
Choose a mouthwatering cuisine sure to please any palette. From wraps and sandwiches to burgers and chef prepared meals. Savor Nags Head traditions at family & fine dining restaurants. Local seafood, steaks, and pasta, offering award-winning wines and microbrews.
Let the Fun Begin!
You can start your Sixth Annual Roll & Stroll here. Download or bookmark your Official Gallery Row Map & Fun Guide now. Or begin at any of these participating locations!
The Gallery Row Roll & Stroll is supported by the Town of Nags Head, The Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Coalition, and Dare County Arts Council.