First Thursday: Art Auction at Boise Fry Company 

Bid on colorful trays painted by local artists

Boise Fry Company's newest location (204 N. Capitol Blvd.) is constantly packed. This First Thursday will be no exception, when BFC hosts Strange Tray, an exhibit of the restaurant's funky plastic trays turned into works of art by 15 local artists including Ben Wilson, Noble Hardesty, Danielle Demaray and Kelly Knopp.

During the event, which runs 6-10 p.m., the trays will be sold during a silent auction, with 50 percent of the proceeds going to the artist and 50 percent going to Boise Hive, a nonprofit offering rehearsal space and physical, financial and emotional health resources to local musicians.

"We love the idea of artists helping artists," said Boise Hive Executive Director Juta Geurtsen.

There will be beer samples from Crooked Fence Brewing, fry samples from BFC and live music from folk band Curtis/Sutton and the Scavengers. The event runs 6-10 p.m.

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