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First Friday Scranton Map: November 2019

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M = Live Music
S = Open Saturday

1.) Alexander’s Spa & Salon – “Young Artists of Scranton” feat. various artists from NEPA Youth Shelter. Live music by The Brown Initiative. M S

2.) ArtWorks Gallery & Studio – “Perspectives” by Cathy Arvonio & Melissa Anowai. Live music. M

3.) Backyard Ale House – Art from Photojournalist Sean McKeag. Live music by the Soul Shakers. M S

4.) Bar Pazzo – “The Diaries of the Roads Less Traveled” by Eric Michael Mehl. M S

5.) Cafe West – Sammy Rivera Photography. S

6.) Center City Wine Cellar – “YAKitty EWE Yarn Creations” by Michelle Moshey. Live music by Stephen Phillips. M S

7.) LAVISH Body & Home – Valerie Kiser Holiday Winter Launch. S

8.) Library Express – Book signing for If I Don’t Make It, I Love You by Ayme Archer. S

9.) Loyalty Barber Shop – Pyrography Portraits by Danielle Pregmon. S

10.) Marquis Art & Frame – “Window and Mind” by Jesse Clemente. S

11.) New Laundry – Custom jewelry art by The Shop at 9. S

12.) Northern Lights Espresso Bar – Act Out Theater. S

13.) Paige for Scranton – Art by Leland Lakata & Lauren Bailey. S

14.) Peculiar Slurp – “Dog and Pony Show” by Chad Stanley. Live music by Dave Brown of Dishonest Fiddlers. M S

15.) St. Luke’s Church – Calendar Exhibit by Lackawanna County Prison Project Participants. M

16.) Tammy’s Stained Glass Treasures – “Linda’s Loves” by Linda Zwick. S

17.) Terra Preta Prime – Mixed media art by Darian Mosluk. Live music by DJ Honeyman Lightnin’. M S

18.) The Garden Mediterranean Restaurant – “Harvest Pastels” by Joe Kluck. M S

19.) The Marketplace at Steamtown – Scranton Public Market – Various artists and live music by Stephen Phillips. M S

20.) The Velvet Elvis – “Local Landscapes” by Sam Baresse. S

21.) The Workshop – The Scary Show II – NDC & CMYKlub. Live music by John Meza. M

22.) Yoga West – Recent works in paintings and mixed media by Sam Kuchwara. S


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