January 18, 2018

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
"Figuratively Speaking" is now on exhibit at the Art Association. The "Figuratively Speaking" winter membership exhibit is one of the AAH's longest running traditions, but don't let that fool you. This year's show is as fresh as ever with roughly 150 pieces from all different mediums and styles.

Broad Street Market
1233 N. 3rd St.
6-8:30 pm
The Stone Building food hall and select Brick Market vendors stay open serving dinner, drinks, and desserts. It’s a great celebration of food and community with something for everyone. There is always ample parking, live music, and good times to be had! 

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

Cork & Fork
200 State St.
Visit them for Happy Hour and enjoy an artistically created cocktail.

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. This month Art is the Culture will feature the Photography & Art of MICHELLE G. Michelle G is a photographer and artist who is well rounded and immersed in the art culture of Central PA. Her style is eclectic, sensual and unique in many way. Enjoy their new Happy Hour Menu along with a few new menu items they're sure you'll enjoy.

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 

Gamut Theater Group
15 N 4th St.
6:30-10 pm
Performing Murderess by Anne Bertram. Show begins at 7:3o. Tickets are bring your own price, where any size donation buys your admission. Tickets can be purchased at the door.

In Murderess, six notorious killers from American history  -- Laura Fair, Ma Hossack, Celia Bryan, Jane Toppan, Belle Gunness, and Lizzie Borden – welcome you into their space to reveal their secrets in a suite of monologues written and woven together by Anne Bertram.  Each woman offers her version of events, illuminating some of the most infamous serial murders in early modern America.

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.

JB Lovedraft's MircoPub
225 N 2nd St. 
8 pm-2 am
Every third Friday is VG Tournament night with a $100 cash prize to the winner. They also have a Dance Party with DJ Geoffro. No cover.

214 Verbeke St.
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.

Level 2
215 N. 2nd St.
8 pm-2 am
In conjunction with 3rd in the Burg and Always Time for Dancing Studio, Level 2 will now be hosting dance classes on the third Friday of every month. Friday’s lesson will be the Cha Cha!

LGBT Center Gallery
1306 N. 3rd St

Mangia Qui & Suba
272 North St.
5-11 pm

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

McCormick Riverfront Library
101 Walnut St.
5-8 pm programs start at 6.
They will be holding Book Bingo! The winners of bingo will get to select a book prize!

Midstate Distillery
1817 N. Cameron St.
4-10 pm
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. Outside food welcome.

Midtown Cinema
250 Reily St.
12-9:30 pm
$3 Movie: CLUE! Based on the popular board game, this comedy begins at a dinner party hosted by Mr. Boddy, where he admits to blackmailing his visitors. These guests, who have been given aliases, are Mrs. Peacock, Miss Scarlet, Mr. Green, professor Plum, Mrs. White and Col. Mustard. When Boddy turns up murdered, all are suspects, and together they try to figure out who is the killer.

The Midtown Dandy
X Stash Vintage
11 S 3rd St.
5-8 pm
They will be hosting a “Sip and Shop” event with 15% off specials!

Midtown Scholar Bookstore
1302 N. 3rd St
12-10 pm
Hosting their Winter Sale! Buy Two, Get One Free — Select Tables Only, For a Limited Time.

The Millworks
340 Verbeke St.
4-10 pm
Come check out their rotating body of new artwork!

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! Between 5-8pm they will be holding a ticket special! $20 tickets to any show in the season bought at the box office.

Outside of the Box Escape Room
717 N 2nd St.
6:30-8:30 pm
Art from multiple local artists display a variety of mediums and styles throughout the facility on several of our 3 floors. Get sneak previews of current escape rooms while staff will be on-hand to answer questions about our fun and exciting team building activities.

River City Blues Club & Dart Room
819 S. Cameron St.
5 pm-midnight

River Front Gallery
221 North Front St
6-9 pm
Everyone is welcome to join them for a relaxed event with art and music during 3rd in the Burg. Bonnie O’Neal Neher’s work will be exhibited during the reception. Bonnie O’Neal Neher’s photography transports its viewers through a variety of subjects and darkroom processes. Her work provides windows into scenes across the globe while her hand-painted pieces provide a sense of nostalgia. Gallery proceeds benefit community programs in Harrisburg.

Shining Light Thrift Shop
1310 N. 3rd St.
10 am-8:30 pm

The State Museum of PA
300 North St
10 am- 4 pm
Join them for a special Learn at Lunchtime showing of our new planetarium show Faster Than Light: The Dream of Interstellar Flight. Doors open promptly at 12:15 pm.

Stock’s on 2nd
211 N. 2nd St.
5-11 pm

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!

Whitaker Center
222 Market St.
9:30 am-8 pm
Awwwwww…. GEEK OUT! Get ready to Geek Out at Whitaker Center’s Social Science Experiment, complete with games, experiments, Pop Culture trivia, and more! This is a strictly 21+ event.
Cost: $20 per person (age 21+). Your ticket includes: reusable tasting cup, adults only access to Harsco Science Center and Castle Builder: A LEGO Castle Building Exhibit.
This happy hour event gives adults the chance to play like a kid and enjoy samples from local breweries and wineries, live music, experiments and games like Giant Jenga, Twister, retro video games, and more.
5:00pm – 8:00pm complimentary sampling from local breweries and wineries upstairs in Kunkel Lobby. Live music by BIFF, Giant JENGA, Twister, Retro video games, Pop Culture Trivia, Engineering challenges with our stellar Education team.

Live Music Venues:

The Abbey Bar at Appalachian Brewing Co.
50 N. Cameron St.
8 pm-12 am
Come out to see Driftwood, featuring guests Vincent Yarnell & Friends ! Doors open at 8pm, show starts at 9pm. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.

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! This month’s live music will be Dan Kibler and Bryce Connor Duo!

Arts on the Square
20 S 2nd St.
7-9 pm
Join them to hear Organist Chase Loomer in Concert.
Chase Loomer is a master’s degree student at the Yale University Institute of Sacred Music and serves as University Church organist. He completed his Bachelor’s of Music in organ performance at the prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. 
At 7:30 p.m., Loomer will play works by Mendelssohn, Buxtehude, Widor, Hampton, and Howells on the church’s 83-rank Aeolian-Skinner/Moller organ. The church will provide parking in the adjacent city-owned Market Square Garage. A donation of $10 is suggested for admission.

Carley’s Ristorante
204 Locust St.
5-9 pm
They will have live music by Noel Gevers from 7-11pm.

City House B&B
915 N. Front St.
Join us at City House for music from Shine Delphi, Art, Irish Coffee & Fire! Shine Delphi is a true entertainer. He weaves soulful vocals over intricate and beautiful guitar in a truly effortless way that is pure joy to hear and see. He is an act that will warm your soul, give you a good laugh, and leave you wanting more.

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.

1110 N. 3rd St.
4-10 pm
It's Jazz Fridays Happy Hour in The Gallery at Stage on Herr from 5-8pm.

Right on Riley
263 Riley St
The Wild Hymns will be playing as an acoustic duo. Hot beverages and delicious food will be available. As always, don't forget to BYOB!

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:
COLOR IMPROVISATIONS 2, An International Exhibition of Contemporary Quilts, curated by Nancy Crow
On view through January 20, 2019
Color Improvisations 2 is a special invitational exhibition of contemporary quilts curated by Nancy Crow, one of the most celebrated and influential quiltmakers of the past forty years. This iteration of the exhibition will includes 18 large, improvisational quilts by 18 artists from Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and the United States.

Liz Axford, Ruth Bosshart-Rohrbach, Connie Carrington, Ramona Conconi, Nancy Crow, Jennifer Baxter Harper, Judy Kirpich, Elke Klein, Barb Mortell, Helen McBride Richter, Denise Roberts, Michele Samter
Karen Schulz, Gerri Spilka, Heide Stoll-Weber, Margaret Boys Wolf, Ellen Wong, and Ayako Yamabayashi.

This exhibition was curated by Nancy Crow and is presented by Color Improvisations 2, NA. It is made possible at the Susquehanna Art Museum thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Carole DeSoto Foundation.

On view in the Lobby Gallery:
Pattern & Place, through February 17, 2019.
Pattern & Place combines the work of artists Danielle Klebes and Maija Miettinen. Both Klebes and Miettinen create luminous large-scale paintings that incorporate patterned brushstrokes as a response to the world around them and the spaces they inhabit.

On view in The DeSoto Family Vault :
Celebrating Sprocket! Sprocket Mural Works 2014 - 2017, through February 10, 2019.

On view in On view in the S. Wilson and Grace M. Pollock Education Center Gallery:
Special FX, through February 24, 2019
Special FX features works that explore pattern, optical illusion, and the art of dazzlement. Throughout 2019, this exhibition will travel to schools and events aboard the VanGo! Museum on Wheels.

The Vegetable Hunter
614 N 2nd St.
10 am- 10 pm
Doug Morris will be playing protest tunes from 6-8pm! 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.

Zeroday Brewing Co.
250 Reily St. 
6-12 am
Join them for another exciting night of music & art! Live music by Aaron Daniel Gaul starting at 8pm.
NO COVER CHARGE!! New Art Gallery by Sarah Fogg.

Live Music venues highlighted by:
Harrisburg Young Professionals