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First Friday Scranton Map: May 2022

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M = Live Music
S = Open Saturday

1.) 409 on Adams – Food & Culture Photo Exhibition by Lackawanna College Student Body.

2.) Adezzo – Landscape Meditations by Peggy Gladys. Live music by Michael Stec. M S

3.) AFA Gallery – Group Show: Spring 2022 Members Exhibit. S

4.) Analog Culture – “THE MAN IN RED” by Vince Bonitz. Live music by K.A.N.O.B.I & VINZ. M S

5.) Artisan’s Square – “Alphabet Rap” by Juicey Jay and Native American Song Dancer. Live music. M S

6.) ArtWorks Gallery & Studio – “Flower Moon” by Colleen Germain, Lily Guziewicz, Betsy Kezer, and Margie Makowski. Live music. M

7.) Bar Pazzo – “The Paper Company” by Gavin Esham. S

8.) Center City Print – Graphic designs by Jorge Ariza.

9.) Crocus Cafe – “Pretty Things” by Iryna. S

10.) Duffy Accessories – “Surrealism meets Literary” by Paul Rochney. Live music. M S

11.) First Friday Vendor Village on the Square – Multiple hand-made vendors. Live music by Dave Brown Duo. M

12.) Fringe @ 200 Adams Ave. – SCRANTON: Works by David Ohlerking. S

13.) Lavish – The Cheese Lady @ LAVISH. S

14.) Northern Lights Espresso Bar & Cafe – Spring into Tea – Inside venue: Keith Renard Art; Outside: Fashion on Biden. S

15.) POSH @ The Scranton Club – Group Show – Helen Lavelle, Linda Zwick, Alejandro Steffani and Kym Balthazar Fetsko.

16.) Ritz Theater & Performing Arts Center – “A Night with My Sisters” by Emily Chase. Live music. M S

17.) The Bog – “Persistence” by Oliver Pettinato and Zaq Frisino of Five Down Designs. S

18.) The Recovery Bank – “MAY you live a life in Recovery” by Sam Kuchwara. Live music by Jung Bergo. M S

19.) The Workshop – Group Show: CTC Student Showcase. S

20.) Vecina – “Impressions of Nature – handmadepaper, letterpress” by Christine Medley. S

21.) Yoga West – “Awakening” by Kim Simmel. M S

22.) Bazaar Skateshop – “Environmental Crisis” Group Show. S

 

 

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