All events take place at the KickstART Gallery & Shop at 33304 Grand River Ave in downtown Farmington, unless otherwise noted.

Now through February 1st: Stop by the gallery to view As Above, So Below, an exhibition of work by Pamela Alexander and Molly McNeece.

January 23rd at 7:00 pm: Open Mic Night hosted by Thistle Rose Academy of Arts. Bring your new poem, story, song, or other creative piece to share.

January 27th at 4:30 pm: On the Move. Kids, ages 7 to 11, are invited to join DDCdances in a unique, multi-disciplinary dance/arts adventure. DDC Dance Artists will teach a creative dance and visual arts related workshop that brings kids together to explore movement, create dances and artwork while grooving to the beat of the music.

February 4th at 6:30 pm: Innovate Farmington, a meet up open to everyone interested in the technology and business space, hosted by Woodshed Agency.

February 6th at 5:30 pm: The Friends of the Library and KickstART Farmington are hosting a pre-party for the Oscar Shorts Red Carpet Event, at the KickstART Gallery & Shop. Tickets to this event are $25 and include a glass of wine, light appetizers and music. If you would like to attend both the pre-event and the movies at the Farmington Civic Theater, you will need two separate tickets, available at both branches of the Farmington Community Library.

February 12th at 7:00 pm: Wednesday Night Sessions, a reading and discussion series, hosted by poet Mitchell Nobis. Join us for an evening of reading and conversation.

February 22nd at 9:00 am: Artful Yoga & Tea. Join Alana Abdal, from Bodhi Yoga, for yoga in the gallery followed by a relaxing cup of tea provided by Mugs Coffee & Grub. $10.

February 22nd at 7:00 pm: Heart the Art: A Public Art Benefit with cocktails, appetizers, and live music to benefit public art projects in downtown Farmington. This event takes place at Legato Salon. Tickets are $35 and available for purchase at KickstART Gallery & Shop.

February 27th at 7:00 pm: The Play’s the Thing: A Community Play-Reading Series. Interested in theater and acting? Join in the reading of Chekhov’s play The Bear.

March 19-22: The 7th Annual Greater Farmington Film Festival. Learn more here.