Richland Carrousel

Richland Carrousel Park is part of the Shop Hop in Downtown Mansfield.

MANSFIELD -- Downtown Mansfield, Inc. is hosting its monthly First Friday Shop Hop in the historic downtown on Friday, June 7.

This month, several merchants will participate in the Father’s Day and Sports themed First Friday Shop Hop. This event will include a book talk, yummy treats, live music, live art, and more.

Over 50 independent businesses now populate the city center. To celebrate longtime patrons and welcome new guests, downtown businesses offer entertainment, hold unique events and offer specials during the First Friday Shop Hop. Guests are encouraged to meet friends and explore the new face of downtown Mansfield.

June First Friday Shop Hop will feature:

~ Element of Art will host June in Bloom: New Clay works and Artwork.

~ La Luna will host a one stop shopping night for ladies, including women-based home businesses like Lularoe and more. 

~ Little Buckeye Children’s Museum will host Bubbleology from 5 to 8 p.m.

~ Main Street Books will host a book talk with Scott Longert, an expert on all things Cleveland Indians. 

~ Phoenix Brewing Company will offer live music by Luke Watson as well as Truckin Trav’s Food Truck.

~ Richland Bank will be hosting #WheresRascal at Little Buckeye Children’s Museum. Meet their mascot, Rascal, and get half priced admission to the museum. Limit one per person.

~ Richland Carrousel Park will be offering 5 rides for $2 as well as Strawberry Sundaes at the Carrousel Café.

~ Tara’s Floral will host a Sidewalk Acoustic Jam and live art with Clare Boggs.

~ The Chill will be offering ice cream cones for $1. 

~ What Goes ‘Round Thrift Shoppe will offer a Men’s Clothing Special.

First Friday Shop Hop is free and open to the public! For additional and up to the minute information follow us on facebook.com/downtownmansfield, email at info@downtownmansfield.com or call 419-522-0099.

Downtown Mansfield Incorporated’s mission is to stimulate economic development, improve the appearance and create a positive image of the downtown as a desirable place to work, live, shop and invest.

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