October 20, 2017

901 Lounge at the Historic Lochiel Hotel
901 Shanois St.
The new 901 Lounge at Lochiel Hotel has happy hour from 5-7p. Disco dancing from 8-12am. It is BYOB!

3rd Street Studio
1725 N. 3rd St.
6-9 pm
"Nothing Pretty" is arriving at a pretty fine art gallery "in the Burg" with a featured exhibition from October 17 through December 2, 2017 as its second stop on its tour. This exhibition will contain all new art by Ted Walke and Sean Arce from its prior exhibition (Cafe 1500) so come along for the ride. Satisfy your art curosity with some provacative, pointed, pulsing, painterly, pontificating AND sometimes pretty artworks by an ever-growing team of friendly artists bringing wit, some social commentary, high-craft and broiled concepts to its art for your eyes. Meet the artists and dare to know more about what's behind Nothing Pretty. Music provided by DJ Joe George.

The Abbey Bar at Appalachian Brewing Co.
50 N. Cameron St.
8 pm-12 am
Grab a bear and enjoy The Blind Owl Band's album release party! Check them out here: The Blind Owl Band "Adirondack Freight Train String Music".

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
They will be holding the opening reception for "Metamorphosis". Artists include, Candy Delaney, Joanne Landis, Thomas J Norulak, Samantha Sanders, and Barbara Passeri-Warfel. Stay awhile and enjoy live music by: John Catalano.

Broad Street Market
1233 N. 3rd St.
6-8:30 pm
The Stone Building stays open until late. Maybe start the evening with happy hour at the Zeroday Øutpost and Poprietor snacks. Move on to supper with their variety of dining options. Don't forget ice cream, milkshakes, and affogatos from Urban Churn. Joining the fun are select vendors in the Brick Building; coffee with Elementary Coffee , sweets with Fudge-o-lutely , and shopping with Radish and Rye, Vie Chevre , and Eight Oaks Distillery
Live music from Shine Delphi and, as always, family friendly seating, community, and ample parking.

Café 1500
1500 N. 6th St. 
5-10 pm
See abstract artist Linda Benton McCloskey’s latest works. Hosted by Gallery@Second.

Capital Joe
416 Forster St
They will be hosting a Community Pumpkin Paint Night! Bring your whole family for a creative experience with coffee!

Carley’s Ristorante
204 Locust St.
5-9 pm
During 3rd in the Burg at Carley’s from 5-7 pm, appetizers/pizzas are half price, select domestic draft beers are $2, single liquor well drinks are $3, house wines are $4.These specials are available at the bar, cocktail tables, and patio. And, as always, we have a live pianist (Noel Gevers) from 7-9 pm. 

City House
915 N Front St.

Civic Club of Harrisburg
612 N Front St

Cork & Fork
200 State St.
Visit us for Happy Hour! We offer patio seating with an amazing backdrop, allowing the ultimate in relaxation while you enjoy a artistically created cocktail.

Dalicia Bakery and Coffee Shop
1419 N. 3rd St.
7-9 pm
They will have art from FISH, "From Landfill to Hope", which is an organization to help the people of Honduras. They also have Isabella with Cassaro Oil Concepts, and photography from Kapture and several other local photographers. Enjoy some coffee and baked goods along with a book signing for In my Eyes Urban Poetry.

Gallery @ Second
608 N. 2nd St.
6-9 pm
Set to host a reception for its latest exhibitions by Joanne Finkle and Ted Walke. The gallery is hosting these two independent exhibitions of these artists from September 28 through November 11, 2017.Refreshments and food will be served along with music provided by Jonathan Frazier.

Gamut Theatre Group
15 N. 4th St.
6:30 pm-12 am

Historic Harrisburg Association-Bankers Hall
1230 North Third Street
10 am - 9pm
Historic Harrisburg presents Cortney Ellis' The Tale of the Emerald Isle, a photography exhibition of the Irish countryside.

1110 N. 3rd St.
4-10 pm
Come out for Happy Hour specials at the Stage on Herr from 5-7pm. Stick around for their 3rd in the Burg Dance Party w: Aortic Valve at The Capitol Room starting at 9pm!

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.

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! This months class will be SAMBA.

LGBT Center Gallery
1306 N. 3rd St.
6-9 pm

Little Amps
133 State St.
5-7 pm

Los Tres Cubanos
540 Race St.
4-10 pm

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

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

Midstate Distillery
1817 N. Cameron St.
4-10 pm
Limited Bourbon Release Weekend: Two barrels of Pennsyltucky Bourbon Whiskey are ready for tasting and bottling! All weekend long, purchase a tasting with pours from each batch. Decide which you like best and bring a bottle on home (or heck, get both). More details on Facebook or at

Midtown Cinema
250 Reily St.
12-9:30 pm
Join us for a $3 movie to wrap up your autumnal 3rd in the Burg at 9:30pm!
1981, 110min, PG-13

Midtown Scholar Bookstore
1302 N. 3rd St.
7-10 pm

The Millworks
340 Verbeke St.
5-10 pm
A new show is installed showcasing new works by : Yachiyo Beck, Linda Benton McCloskey, Elaine Brady Smith, Christine Goldbeck, and P. D. Murray. Grab a drink and see what's new in the galleries and studios!

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

PA National Fire Museum
1820 N 4th St
Join them for their Wine & Cheese Social and Introduction to the Museum History. Enjoy learning about the history behind the museum!

River City Blues Club & Dart Room
819 S. Cameron St.
5 pm-midnight
Live Jazz music by: Muningu featuring Emmanuel Nsingani starting at 8pm.

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

The State Museum of Pennsylvania
300 North St
Join them as they celebrate the opening of The Art of the State Purchase Award Collection, 1969-2017.  This new exhibit showcases the featured works of Art of the State that were purchased by the Museum and added to its permanent collections over the past five decades. Admission to the opening reception is FREE during 3rd in the Burg.  This exhibit will remain open from October 20, 2017 through February 18, 2018. 

Stock’s on 2nd
211 N. 2nd St.
5-7 pm

Susquehanna Art Museum
1401 N. 3rd St.
5-8 pm
On view in the Main Gallery:
Ansel Adams: Early Works
This exhibition focuses on the masterful small-scale prints made by Adams from the 1920s into the 1950s. Already in this time period there is quite an evolution of printing style, from the soft-focus, warm-toned, painterly “Parmelian prints” of the 1920s; through the f/64 school of sharp-focused photography that he co-founded with Edward Weston and Imogen Cunningham in the 1930s; and, after the War, towards a cooler, higher-contrast printmaking style. Throughout, Adams is revealed as a poet of light, both in the field and in the darkroom. Ansel Adams: Early Works is organized by art2art Circulating Exhibitions, LLC. All photographs are from the private collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg. This exhibition is graciously sponsored in part by Commonwealth Charter Academy and Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.

Neil Anderson: Quartet for America
Quartet for America features new works, which continue ­Anderson’s exploration of organic forms found in nature, but the paintings on view focus more narrowly on drawing inspiration from piled cut branches, resulting in an intricate interwoven pattern of the irregular linear grid. Upon close inspection, the surface of the work is broken up into fragmentary details, but as the viewer experiences it from a distance, the pieces suddenly pull together to form the larger shapes of the composition. 

On view in the Lobby Gallery: 
New Geometry: Abstract Invitational on view through Sunday, November 5.
ARTISTS: Matt Allyn Chapman, Nick Hollibaugh, Brittany Nelson, Rosalyn Richards

On view in the Education Center Gallery:
Earth and Tide: Connected Through Place, on view through October 29. 
ARTISTS: Sherry Bowman, Chris Corrao, Stephanie Hicks, Steph Holmes, Nichole Madonna, Fiel Patricio, Autumn Wright, Terri Yacovelli

The Vegetable Hunter
614 N. 2nd St.
5-9 pm
Doug Morris Live playing tunes from 6-9:00pm and try our handcrafted small batch beers made with fresh and unique ingredients from their Boutique Brewery. They also have new beers on tap:

CATS UNDER THE STARS- Imperial Amber Ale.- Sweet malt and bitter hops balance this brew, with a warming 7% ABV to welcome the changing season.
BROWN EYED GIRL- Roasty, slightly sweet, hoppy, brown ale. 6.8 % ABV
BOHEMIAN RASPBERRY SAISON- Light, sweet, tart made with fresh raspberries. 4.0% ABV
MASHING PUMPKIN- Autumn seasonal ale with puréed pumpkin, spices, oats and lactose sugar. 5.6% ABV

Vivi on Verbeke
258 Verbeke St.
12-8 pm
"Vivi on Verbeke" exhibits unique, eclectic works of art by Vivian Sterste and Jeb Boyd. Ushering in the autumn season will be samples of Vivi's new earthy brown stoneware deliciously glazed in white with black wax resist punctuations and her colorful, spirited paintings. Jeb's photographic captures of Pennsylvania include magnificent large scale Harrisburg bridges and his metal sculptures bring delightful smiles to those who watch him weld on site. Only one block from the Broad Street Market, stop by to see what's new each month!

Whitaker Center
222 Market St.
9:30 am-8 pm

Zeroday Brewing Co.
250 Reily St. 
6-12 am
New art gallery "Vision Ink and Demonspeak" by Morgan O'shay
Live music by Don Egan starting at 8pm!