May 18, 2018
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.
The studio will be holding an opening reception for "101 Faces: The Art of Kevyn Knox."
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! This Friday's live music is by: Maudlin Moon Duo.
201 N. 2nd St.
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
Join them for the opening reception of their 90th Annual "Jurried Exhibition" from 5-8pm.
Bridges Social Club
321 N 2nd St.
Broad Street Market
1233 N. 3rd St.
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! May's live music is the wonderful Shine Delphi.
1500 N. 6th St.
They will be exhibiting " Selected Journeys of Color and Thought", a combination of canvas paintings (abstracts) and relief paintings.
204 Locust St.
They will have live music by Noel Gevers from 7-11pm.
The Civic Club
612 N Front St.
They will be showing the vibrant art of Robyn Warren. Stop in an take in the views of the river while you enjoy the art and listen to live music by: Carly Clark.
Cork & Fork
200 State St.
Visit them for Happy Hour! They offer patio seating with an amazing backdrop, allowing the ultimate in relaxation while you enjoy a artistically created cocktail.
District Restaurant & Lounge
1014 N 3rd St.
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.
922 N 3rd St.
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. For May they will be partnering with Catamaran. Ideas can be powerful. Ideas can change the world! Children and their families are invited to join Catamaran and The Foundry for a reading of "What Do You Do With an Idea?" by Kobi Yamada. Children up to age 11 and their families are encouraged to attend.
Gallery @ Second
608 N. 2nd St.
They will be hosting an opening reception for Steve Wetzel and Peter DeHart.
Artist Steve Wetzel is a native of York County, Pennsylvania, growing up in the countryside just a few miles from Wrightsville near the York County-Lancaster County border. He currently lives near Harrisburg, but remains close to the Susquehanna River, which continues to be a popular subject in many of his landscape paintings. Traveling and painting on location, in the spirit of the Impressionists, Wetzel’s focus is on capturing the feeling of time and place, striving to convey the spirit of the day wherever he has stopped to set up his easel.
Pennsylvania artist Peter DeHart scheduled his featured exhibition with Gallery@Second early in 2017. Unfortunately, Peter unexpectedly passed away in the fall of 2017. His wife Lillian was always a partner in his creativity and framed his pieces and wanted to honor Peter’s wishes by continuing with his featured exhibition. Posthumously, we are humbled to host Peter’s last pieces of creation which he had been planning and completing before his death.
Refreshments and food will be served along with music provided by Jonathan Frazier.
Historic Harrisburg Association
1230 N 3rd St.
1110 N. 3rd St.
It's Jazz Fridays Happy Hour in The Gallery at Stage on Herr from 5-8pm.
231 North St.
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. Outdoor dining available seasonally!
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.
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 Friday's dance lesson will be Kizomba!
LGBT Center Gallery
1306 N. 3rd St.
Join them for a special Open House at the Center! Their friends at Comcast helped them revamp their space, and they want to share their new Gallery and Q Lounge with everyone! Check out the new changes and enjoy wine, juice and cheese with your friends from the Center.
Los Tres Cubanos
540 Race St.
Stop in for Happy Hour specials!
221 North St.
Alan Wycheck and Todd Seltzer will be exhibiting their art work upstairs.
Alan Wycheck began his photography career as a young Airman in 1985 at the Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. Upon the successful completion of the military photojournalism program, Alan was named Combat Photographer and stationed at Norton Air Force Base in Southern California. His photography is represented by Getty Images and The Associated Press. He has also painted throughout most of his life. He will be exhibiting some of his paintings and photographs for this show.
Todd Seltzer is a painter and graphic artist known for his original T-Shirt designs. He has recently begun incorporating graphic elements into his painting and fine art.
Mangia Qui & Suba
272 North St.
1916 N. 3rd St.
1817 N. Cameron St.
They will have Food Friday's each 3rd in the Burg from May through September with a local food vendor. Happy hours 5-7PM ($2 off Cocktails & Martinis, $1 off Spirit & Mixers). Free Parking. Plus, $3 off all bottles!
250 Reily St.
3rd in the Burg $3 movie- SERIAL MOM (1994)
Midtown Scholar Bookstore
1302 N. 3rd St.
The Midtown Scholar Bookstore is pleased to welcome Pentley Holmes to Harrisburg for May's Third in the Burg! This event is free and open to the public.
Hailing from Phillipsburg, New Jersey, Pentley Holmes' debut album “Rip Out My Heart,” offers a beautifully rendered glimpse into the depths of human experience. A self taught guitarist, pianist, and vocalist, Pentley's music is a signature blend of contemporary folk and soul pop.
340 Verbeke St.
Come grab a beer & enjoy a stroll around the galleries. Explore the building while checking out the 18 artist studios and experiencing the artistic process behind the vast array of work that is being created at The Millworks!
Note. bistro & wine bar
1530 N. 2nd St.
PA National Fire Museum
1820 N St.
Penn FC at Zeroday Brewing Co.
250 Reily St.
6pm - 8pm
Penn FC, Harrisburg's Professional Soccer Club, will be joining Zeroday Brewing Company for the evening to promote the team and their upcoming home matches. There will be promotional items along with team schedules, and the opportunity to grab a drink at Zeroday.
River City Blues Club & Dart Room
819 S. Cameron St.
Shining Light Thrift Shop
1310 N. 3rd St.
10 am-8:30 pm
Stock’s on 2nd
211 N. 2nd St.
Join them for live music by: Shea Quinn and Friends starting at 9pm!
Susquehanna Art Museum
1401 N. 3rd St.
Each third Friday of the month the Susquehanna Art Museum is open free of admission from 5-8pm. Pianist Ralph Diekemper will perform in the Gallery from 6:00 - 8:00pm.
On view in the Main Gallery:
Looking In: Portraits and Their Stories, through May 20, 2018
Looking In: Portraits and Their Stories features a curated selection of significant 20th and 21st Century works from regional museums and private collections. The selected portraits express stories of both the artists and their subjects, reflecting movements in modern and contemporary art history.
On view in the Lobby Gallery:
Identity Spectrum, annual juried exhibition, through August 5, 2018.
As one of the fundamental aspects of personal identity, gender has been examined by artists throughout history. Society is experiencing the increased politicization of identity expression while contemporary boundaries and norms are constantly shifting. Works selected for this exhibition provide unique perspectives on individual expression and the definition of gender, both visually and conceptually. Juror: Dr. Christine Filippone.
The Vegetable Hunter
614 N 2nd St.
10 am- 10 pm
Come see Doug Morris playing tunes from 7-9:00pm! Grab a bite to eat and try our handcrafted small batch beers from our Boutique Brewery.
ON TAP NOW!!!!
MAPLE PORTER- Beaver Brewing Co. guest beer-Aged in a Wyoming whiskey barrel for six months 6.5% abv
ZESTY ARNIE- Our Award Winning Iced Tea and Lemonade IPA with Lemondrop Hops. ABV 5%.
PEANUT BUTTER REVIVAL- Sweet Stout with rich peanut butter flavor. Smooth and subtle. ABV 7.9%
CARRY ON OUR WAYWARD SON- Belgian Strong Golden Ale. Smooth Golden Belgian with notes of banana and clove. An easy drinker. 7.2 % ABV
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 handmade art and say hi!
222 Market St.
9:30 am-8 pm
Zeroday Brewing Co.
250 Reily St.
Come out for a night of live music & art! Dan Jamison will be here playing tunes at 8pm.
View the new art in the gallery entitled "Abstract Works" by the one & only Doug Butari. Plus craft beer on tap & a fresh infusion. Come early to grab a good seat, bring a pizza & enjoy the best Harrisburg has to offer.