VENUES

August 16, 2019



Arooga’s Downtown
201 N. 2nd St.
5 pm-midnight
Come to Arooga’s Downtown during 3rd in the Burg for “Half Priced Happy Hour” from 5pm-7pm and 10pm-midnight, and stay for DJ Sizzors at 10pm.


Art Association of Harrisburg
21 N. Front St.
9:30 am-9 pm


Café 1500
1500 N. 6th St. 
5-10 pm
Enjoy $3 margaritas during every 3rd in the Burg!


CommUNITY Yoga Space
1417 1/2 N 3rd St.
5:30-6:30 pm
Come in for Freedom Yoga Dance. This is Harrisburg newest community yoga space. Where classes are what you can afford! Allow the breath to pulse through you so magnificently, you have no choice but to DANCE. Combining the basics of asana (poses) with the breath and invite yourself OFF the mat in the ultimate self exploration and self expression.


Cork & Fork
200 State St.
4:30-6:30pm
Visit them for Happy Hour and enjoy an artistically created cocktail.


Der Harrisburg Maennerchor 
221 North St.
12 pm - 3 am
Stop in Harrisburg’s oldest Social Club this Friday!


District Restaurant & Lounge
1014 N 3rd St.
6-9 pm
ART IS THE CULTURE is the new 3rd In the Burg monthly series at District Bar & Lounge that showcases artistic talent from the Central PA Region and beyond. 


Foundry Makerspace
922 N 3rd St. 
4-6 pm
Their doors will be open for you to explore exhibits that demonstrate the intersection of Art and Technology. Some of these exhibits might be interactive and is perfect for makers and spectators. This is a great time to get to know our Makerspace and also learn about the other services that we provide. For more information head over to https://www.foundrymakerspace.com. 


Historic Harrisburg Association
1230 N 3rd St.
6-9 pm


Home 231
231 North St.
5-10 pm
Join them for Happy Hour from 5-7 pm. 6$ Specialty Cocktails, and $2 off glasses of wine, $1 off all beer. Small plates and snacks menu available.



LaCultura
214 Verbeke St.
7-11pm
LaCultura is a space to franchise the disenfranchised. Every 3rd Friday do your shopping locally at 214 Verbeke Street. It's a space that hosts Central PA's events catered towards people of color and diverse businesses! Shop art, clothes, shoes, beauty, and home goods, All while sipping & vibing.


LGBT Center of Central PA
1306 N 3rd St.
6-8 pm
It’s Pride season and it’s summer time - so the perfect time of year for Happy Hours! The LGBT Center is holding a Summer Happy Hour Series, giving our local LGBTQ+ communities and allies an opportunity to have a fun evening out with friends, support local businesses, and support the Center!


Mangia Qui & Suba
272 North St.
5-11 pm
The artwork of Phiroza Kapadia will be displayed at Suba.



The Makespace
1916 N. 3rd St.
7-10 pm



McCormick Riverfront Library
101 Walnut St.
5-8 pm programs start at 6.
Join them for Space Prom! What better way to end their Universe of Stories Summer Reading Club than to have a Space Prom?  Come in your best intergalactic costume or as an earthling.  We will have dancing, photo opportunities and refreshments.  See who will be crowned the Space Prom King and Queen?


Midstate Distillery
1817 N. Cameron St.
4-10 pm
Food Friday’s are back and the patio is opened! Happy hours 5-7PM ($2 off Cocktails & Martinis, $1 off Spirit & Mixers). Draft PA beers & wine, plus, 10% off all bottles during every 3rd in the Burg! Free Parking.


Midtown Cinema
250 Reily St.
12-9:30 pm
$3 Movie special during every 3rd in the Burg at 9:30 pm.



The Midtown Dandy
X Stash Vintage
11 S 3rd St.
5-8 pm
Stop in to view the local artwork, stay for the shopping! As always 15% off during the event!

Midtown Scholar Bookstore
1302 N. 3rd St
12-10 pm



Millworks
340 Verbeke St.
4-10 pm
Come check out their rotating body of new artwork! Stop in and see the fresh pieces, which feel aligned with the shift in seasons. Studios are open Friday evening as well, so grab a drink and view the works being created!



Note. bistro & wine bar
1530 N. 2nd St.
4:30 pm-midnight



Open Stage of Harrisburg
25 N Court St.
5-9 pm
Stop in for drink specials at their new bar! Tickets specials run every 3rd in the Burg.


Pine Street Gallery at the Pine Street Presbyterian Church
310 North Third at South Street
7:30-9 pm
They will be exhibiting their Summer Art Show. Stop in for wine, cheese and music. 



sip @ soma
13 S 3rd St.
6-9:30 pm
sip @ soma is a guest tasting room in SoMa Harrisburg that hosts exclusive events with Pennsylvania breweries, wineries, distilleries, and cideries. Ploughman Cider will be on the taps July 18-19.


Vivi on Verbeke
258 Verbeke St.
11 am-11 pm
Just one block from the Broad Street Market and the Midtown Scholar, Vivi on Verbeke is a warm, inviting studio gallery to visit this month if you want to take some time out from the crowds. Stop in to see her beautiful handmade artwork!


YouMeArts Gallery
1509 N 2nd St.
6-9 pm
Come tour our newest Midtown Gallery and Studios! Join them this month as they celebrate Pride Month!



Yellow Bird Cafe
1320 N 3rd St.
6-9 pm



Live Music Venues:

The Abbey Bar at Appalachian Brewing Co.
50 N. Cameron St.
8 pm-12 am



Ad Lib Craft Kitchen & Bar
1 N 2nd St.
3 pm- 12 am
Come in for live music  at Late Night Happy Hour from 9 pm-12 am. Wind down or rev up your Friday night! 


Broad Street Market
1233 N. 3rd St.
6-8:30 pm
Select vendors in both the stone and brick buildings will stay open late. Grab a bite to eat, do a little shopping, and enjoy a drink to kick off the weekend. As always, we have ample parking, seating, and fun!



Carley’s Ristorante
204 Locust St.
5-9 pm
Pianist Noel Gevers will be playing from 7-11 pm.



Char’s Tracy Mansion
1829 N Front St
4-10pm
Join them for Happy Hour from 4-6pm, dinner service begins at 5:30. Stay for live music every Friday from 6:30-9:30.

City House B&B
915 N. Front St.
6-9pm
Stop in for light refreshments, live music, and new artwork each month!



Fallout Shelter Inspirational Coffee House
15 S 4th St.
6:30-8:30 pm
For those seeking spiritual refreshment at the end of the week, come join them for coffee, music, poetry and more. Open mic opportunities for those wishing to share their talent in meaningful and uplifting ways. No charge; donations accepted.



H*MAC
1110 N. 3rd St.
4-10 pm
They will have live Jazz in the Gallery Bar from 5-8pm. Browse their Art Boutique upstairs in the Capital Room. Local artists will be displaying their creative works for public consumption and sales! Come out and support your local art community!



JB Lovedraft's MircoPub
225 N 2nd St. 
8 pm-2 am
Every third Friday BOBKAT BRISKO (the artist formerly known as MASTRGLASS) provides the soundtrack for an all new 3rd in the Burg experience at Lovedraft's. The event is free to all 21 and over!



Right on Reily
263 Reily St
5-10 pm
Not your classic American bistro. They bring the love of food and good people to meat eaters and vegans alike. located in the heart of Midtown Harrisburg. As always its BYOB!


Stock’s on 2nd
211 N. 2nd St.
5-11 pm
Live music starts at 9 pm.

Strawberry Square
320 Market St.
12-1 pm
They will host live music over lunch.



Susquehanna Art Museum
1401 N. 3rd St.
5-8 pm
Each third Friday of the month the Susquehanna Art Museum is open free of admission from 5:00 - 8:00pm. Pianist Ralph Diekemper will perform in the Gallery from 6:00 - 8:00pm.

On view in the Main Gallery:
PICASSO: A Life in Print
45 Years of Collecting from the John Szoke Gallery
On view through September 22

PICASSO: A Life in Print features work from the collection of the John Szoke Gallery, NYC. This survey of prints spans the artist’s prolific career, with work from 1904 – 1970. It includes pieces from the historic Suite des Saltimbanques, Picasso’s first major body of work in printmaking; Suite Vollard, a group of one hundred prints commissioned by famed art dealer Ambroise Vollard, and the Caisse à Remords, prized by collectors because they represent an intimate view of the artist’s personal vision.

Established in 1974, John Szoke Gallery specializes in works on paper with a focus on prints by Pablo Picasso and Edvard Munch. For over 40 years, the gallery has continually worked with dealers, collectors and museums worldwide to build collections of rare quality prints and drawings.

On view in the Lobby Gallery and the DeSoto Family Vault:
Inspired: Contemporary Responses to a Legacy of Courage, through August 18, 2019

June 28 – July 1, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the historic Stonewall uprising. The uprising, a series of violent demonstrations, was a spontaneous moment of courageous activism by members of the LGBTQ+ community against a police raid that took place at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village. The Stonewall Riots served as a catalyst for the LGBTQ+ rights movement in the United States and around the world. To recognize and commemorate this historic moment, Susquehanna Art Museum is partnering with the LGBT Center of Central PA and Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections to open the LGBTQ+ history project collection to artists and creators. The collection documents the stories and history of LGBTQ+ life and activism in Central PA.

On view in On view in the S. Wilson and Grace M. Pollock Education Center Gallery:
Explore: Archives & Collections, through August 11, 2019

Susquehanna Art Museum presents an investigation of archives and collections in the S. Wilson and Grace M. Pollock Education Center Gallery May 3 – August 11, 2019. Using items from three regional collections, The State Museum of PA, the PA Archives, and the Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections. we will explore the difference between archives and collections, what can be found in them, and how institutions such as SAM partner with collecting partners to show historic items.



The Vegetable Hunter
614 N 2nd St.
10 am- 10 pm
The Vegetable Hunter is an award Winning Vegan/ Vegetarian Cafe and Boutique Brewery located in Restaurant Row, Harrisburg, Pa! Featuring: Award Winning Food, Handcrafted Small Batch Beers, and Home Brewed Kombucha. They will have Doug Morris playing from 6-8pm!



Whitaker Center
222 Market St.
5-7 pm
Join them in the spring and summer for their new 3rd in the Burg program: Whitaker Unplugged. On the third Friday of every month acoustic singer-songwriters will have the chance to perform their original music in a coffee-shop-style atmosphere in our beautiful AMP Lobby.


Whitaker Unplugged will motivate and recognize local singer-songwriters by providing an excellent chance to be heard – and to win. Each month, a winner will be chosen from the lineup by Harrisburg’s best – celebrities and masters of the music scene, entrepreneurs, and more. Not only with the artists get their moment to shine in front of their peers, the audience, and the judges – and of course, a chance to win a cash prize and break into the Central PA music scene with their original music.

Buy your tickets in advance for $5 or at the door for $8; a cash bar will be available inside AMP Lobby.

Zeroday Brewing Co.
250 Reily St. 
6-12 am

Live Music venues highlighted by:
Harrisburg Young Professionals