President Rutherford B. Hayes' boyhood school and six other places in historic downtown Delaware will be opened to visitors on the First Friday night in June.

President Rutherford B. Hayes' boyhood school and six other places in historic downtown Delaware will be opened to visitors on the First Friday night in June.

Main Street Delaware's annual "Artful Spaces in Downtown Places" open houses give people a chance to visit downtown spaces that aren't normally open for public view. The open houses are scheduled during Main Street's monthly "First Friday" celebration on June 6 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Tickets, $5, will be available at each open house location the night of the event. Children 12 and under will be admitted for free.

This year's Artful Spaces will be:

At 15 N. Franklin St., the house where future President Rutherford B. Hayes attended school as a child growing up in Delaware.

At 17 W. William St., second floor. This space above Breakaway Cycling and Fitness. The site was Delaware's original Knights of Pythias Hall.

At 24 12 N. Sandusky Street. This is one of several apartments that have been renovated above downtown Delaware storefronts in recent years.

At 59 N. Sandusky St. This storefront and the basement beneath it retain a number of features from the years when it was the local Columbus & Southern Ohio Electric office several decades ago.

The Strand Theatre, 28 E. Winter St. A large second floor space formerly used as a USO Club and a bowling alley will be open to visitors.

At St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 45 W. Winter St.

For more information, visit www.mainstreetdelaware.org.