Five downtown Roseville venues will open their doors to art appreciators from 6-9 p.m. Saturday. Reception style events will feature artists, live music and light appetizers at the Blue Line Gallery, 405 Vernon St.,Ste 100; 404 Gallery, at 404 Vernon St; the Downtown Library, at 225 Taylor St; Mike Martin Photography at 518 Vernon St. and Noel Flynn Gallery and Frame Factory, at 225 Vernon St. The Downtown Library is hosting artists Chris Hackney and Eric Hureaux. The Blue Line Gallery exhibits include “The Art of Dr. Seuss,” “Celebrating Roseville: A Centennial Exhibit” and the Blue Line members show “Spring Song.” Hands-on children’s activities will be available from 1-4 p.m. at the gallery. Mike Martin Photography is featuring the art of Randy Miramontez, Michelle McKnight and Mike Martin. Be the first to see the newly installed public art in Historic Old Town at the Pocket Park on Church and Washington streets. “Choice” is a reinforced concrete sculpture created by Carolyn Guerra of Rancho Cucamonga. Through the use of “masks” in the sculpture, which depict the seven deadly sins, Guerra tells the story of how our lives are a result of our choices. The sculpture is a contemplation of those choices. 3rd Saturday Art Walk maps will be available at each venue. For general information about the art walk, call the Blue Line Gallery at 783-4117.