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First Friday Scranton Map: June 2023

Published: May 31, 2023

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M = Live Music
S = Open Saturday

1.)Adezzo – “Everyday Wonderings” by artist Monica Noelle. S

2.) AFA Gallery – AFA Gallery Summer 2023 Membership Exhibit feat. AFA Gallery Members. S

3.) Amendolaro and The LIVE STUDIO at Amendolaro – “Where Art Meets Fashion” L.A. Designs (Linda Drozd) Custom Original Tie-Dye. S

4.) Analog Culture – “Graffiti Pop” by artists Sonic Bad & Ruse Bad. Live music by K.A.N.O.B.I. M S

5.) Lackawanna County Government Center – Healthy Aging Campus Art Show feat. various artists. Live music. M

6.) Little Wild Refillery – “STAND UP” by Eugene Lucas. Live music by Luke Tinkelpaugh. M S

7.) Northern Lights Espresso Bar & Café – “All Earthly Joys” by Siena Rainey. S

8.) Noteology – Illumination Youth Arts & Scents in Bloom by United Neighborhood Centers of NEPA. Live music. M S

9.) Pilger’s Pastries – Our 1st Year Ice Cream Social Party! With Burke’s Barkery. Live music by DJ Dino Denaples. M S

10.) POSH @ The Scranton Club – “Journey of Discovery & Imagination” by Jackie Cuhna. Live music. M

11.) Scranton Civic Ballet Co. – Group Show – On Stage Please Showcase.

12.) Shakes Shakes at the Marketplace at Steamtown – Family Fun Night with Scranton Shakespeare. S

13.) The Bog – Paintings by artist Chris Miles. S

14.) The Gallery of Scranton – Humanity & Divinity by artist Helen Lavelle. Live music. M S

15.) The Workshop – The Summer Interns Exhibit by Caitlin Belcher & Rebecca Klemovitch. S

16.) First Friday Street Performers – Original music by pianist Zach Sprowls with live drawing by Eric Bussart. M

17.) Scranton Tomorrow – Scranton City Pride: a week of beautification projects throughout Scranton, June 2-11! We will have fun and interactive celebrations planned including: Self-guided Downtown Flower Show exhibit feat. Penn State Master Gardeners; Scranton Story Exhibit feat. local veterans; Pop-up City Hall; Scranton’s Fire and Police Departments; Fidelity Bank Sweets & Treats Van. M S

18. Tom Grudis Optical/The Bare Accessories – Pop-Up Art Show featuring Maria Lozada, Mariyam Chitsaz, Marisha Lozada, Jessica Sunar and a book signing by Amy Walsh. Live music by Scranton High School Marching Band directed by Diane Amari. M S

Wandering Musicians

Jim Cullen & Jack Bordo Duo



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