M = Live Music
S = Open Saturday
1.) AFA Gallery – Arts in Education NEPA Exhibit. S
2.) Artworks – “Synergu” by Jessica Maietta. Live music. M
3.) Bazaar Skateshop – “Lucille” by Vincent Alessandri. S
4.) CameraWork Gallery – “Perceptions in Manhattan” by Carl Backlund. S
5.) Crocus Cafe – “Mental Health Awareness” by various artists.
6.) Hilton Scranton & Conference Center – CTC Fringe Festival Design Showcase by CTC Design Students. S
7.) Hope Horn Gallery University of Scranton – Mayan Narratives: San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala. Photographs by Byron Maldonado.
8.) Lackawanna Children’s Library – Fringe Puppet Showcase, made by the children students of the Lackawanna Children’s Library. S
9.) Little Wild Refillery – “Commentary on Post-Pandemic Life” by Sachiko. S
10.) Loyalty Barber Shop – Photography Works by Keith Barbuti. S
11.) Northern Lights Espresso Bar & Cafe – Art with Hemlock Thrift. S
12.) Outside the Marketplace at Steamtown – Scranton Shakespeare Festival Youth Ensemble presenting Something Wicked This Way Comes.
13.) St. Luke’s Church – Pet Blessing and Vendor Exhibit feat. Briar Ledge Craftswoman.
14.) The Connell Building – “Scranton: Through the lens of middle school students” student showcase. Live music by Jacob Cole. M
15.) The Garden Mediterranean Restaurant – “In Plain Sight” by Lenore Mills. S
16.) The Giving Tree Wellness Center – “Life on Earth” Dannie Rae by Visual Axis. S
17.) The Workshop – Sweet as Honey – Art About Bees & Pollinators by Marywood Art Students. M
18.) POSH @ The Scranton Club – New Fhaze Ink.
Jim Cullen & Jack Bordo Duo
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