PBAA/Manley Art Center will celebrate with a special reception and 4 p.m. interview of its President Mike Dwaileebe, who is also the group’s featured artist for April.

Brian Scott Gallery will host a reception for its featured artist, wood turner Brian Childers, who will be interviewed and celebrated at a 4:45 p.m. special event.

In addition, Semi Aquatic is presenting “April in Nature,” miniature art by BHHS students who will be present for the art walk.

Most venues will also provide free refreshments and live music performed by artists representing various musical styles. There are no admission charges, and there’s no obligation to buy.

Many other downtown merchants not listed below also stay open and welcome visitors during the art walk.

And, for anyone who misses any or all of this Second Saturday Art Walk’s activities, there’s even an after-art-walk report with photos on www.wildriverscoastart.com class="Apple-converted-space">

Complete Venues List:

Ambiance by the Sea, 530 Hemlock St., 541 254-4097. Glass art and mermaids of Trish Roman are featured. Plus birdhouses, pottery, additional art glass, driftwood art, and more. Music by Rodney Brimm.

Brian Scott Gallery and Signatures, 515 Chetco Ave., 541-412-8687. Special Event 4:45 p.m., interview with featured artist, wood turner Brian Childers. Also art from Signatures, gallery within the gallery. Music by Robert Kosslyn.

Chetco Community Public Library, 405 Alder St., 541 541-469-7738. Library Meeting Room has art by Alexandra Eyer, Magda Druzdzel and Pat Renner. In the lobby, the showcase features a display by Georgia Cockerham for Compassionate Friends.

Forecastle Books, 547 Chetco Ave., 541 813-2665. Features art quilts by Diana Chasar and Ione Trapp. Books, too, of course, wine tasting, and appetizers from Great American Smokehouse & Seafood Co. Music by Greg Russell.

PBAA/Manley Art Center, 433 Oak St., 541 469-1807. Special Event 4 p.m., interview with featured artist Mike Dwaileebe. Gallery theme is “Trees.” Classroom has art, too, and hosts Chetco Photographers, Tuesday Painters, Life Drawing, Mudslingers, Fiber Arts, and more. Music by Two Time Nelson.

Semi Aquatic Gallery, 654 Chetco Ave., 503 451-3775. Special Event 3 p.m.-6 p.m presentation by BHHS students miniature of their “April in Nature” art. Also, art by owner Spencer Reynolds, who creates beach-themed paintings and offers art classes 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday or by appointment. Music by Lon Goddard.

Wright’s Fog and Fine Art Gallery, 810 Chetco Ave., 541 469-7900. Featured artist is photographer and wood collector Hal Panter. Quilt display, too, and art by 35 others — jewelry to oil and watercolor paintings. Gallery also offers art supplies, framing services, and art classes Wednesdays and Fridays. Music to be determined.