The Kingfield Friday Artwalk returns to the winter village and is scheduled from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1. Exhibitions continue with new members added to one venue and an experienced musician performing at a restaurant. Red flags will denote participation; most venues offer light refreshments.

The High Peaks Artisan Guild, on Main Street, welcomes new member Outdoor Babies, comprising Carol Hardy and Joni Hewitt, who met at University of Maine at Farmington in 1976. Outdoor Babies grew out of Hardy knitting for her grandchildren. Their work includes sweaters, hats, booties, vests and jumpers. HPAG also features fine paintings, crafts, jewelry, weaving, photography, cards, woodwork and more.

Rolling Fatties, on Main Street, will feature Brent Laflin playing from 5 to 8 p.m. Laflin has been performing for more than 30 years with roots in alternative rock ‘n’ roll, from which he has branched out to a genre-defying alternative folk. He is a singer/songwriter who, in addition to writing his own music, puts a twist on popular songs ranging from Smokey Robinson to Modern English to Amos Lee.

The Ski Museum of Maine on the corner of Depot and Main streets continues its exhibition on the state’s participation in the Olympics from the 1940s to present days.

Additional venues include Red Barn Upcycled Market, as well as the Stadler Gallery of Contemporary Art, both on Main Street.

For more information, find and follow Kingfield Friday Artwalk on Facebook or email [email protected].

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