November 16, 2018

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: Scott Galbraith.

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 are currently exhibiting FLUX. It features experimental work and soundscapes grappling with the effects of digital technology on the psychological "self" by Brittany Kurtinecz, and a collaborative body of photography & poetry personally documenting a survivor's journey through Breast Cancer by Wendy Palmer and Kimberly Myers.

Bridges Social Club
321 N 2nd St.

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

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.
They will be hosting artists and pieces of art from Brain Vessel. Come warm up with a glass of wine and small bites of food while you browse the various pieces!

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.

Dalicia Bakery
1419 N. 3rd St.
7 am-9 pm
They will be hosting live music by Katarina Gabrielle! Enjoy her powerful voice, delicious treats, and an exciting atmosphere! You are welcome to BYOB and FREE parking after 7 PM

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 

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

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. 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.

214 Verbeke St.
LaCultura is a space to franchise the disenfranchised. Hourly space for parties and events; semipermanent contracts available for artists and vendors! They will be hosting their $5 Fridays.

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.

Los Tres Cubanos
540 Race St.
4-10 pm
Stop in for Happy Hour specials!

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.
In need of a date night with your someone special or a night out with your friends?  Look no further.  Join them for an evening of fun and crafting.  Participants will select either a wine glass or pint glass to decorate.  Light refreshments will be provided.

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, $3 off all bottles during every 3rd in the Burg! Free Parking. Outside food welcome.

Midtown Cinema
250 Reily St.
12-9:30 pm
Join them for their $3 screening for 3rd in the Burg! THE ADVENTURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN, the beloved 1989 action fantasy film, is directed by Terry Gilliam with an all-star cast,nincluding John Neville, Eric Idle, Sarah Polley, Jonathan Pryce, Uma Thurman, and Robin Williams. The film tells the tale of the enchanting adventures of Baron von Munchausen, on his journey to save a town from defeat. Being swallowed by a giant sea-monster, a trip to the moon, a dance with Venus and an escape from the Grim Reaper are only some of the improbable adventures.

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.
6-9 pm

Outside of the Box Escape Room
717 N 2nd St.
6-8:30 pm
Need an escape on Friday? Artists from around Central PA will have art displayed throughout the complex. Stop in for their open house to take sneak peeks of our various escape rooms. Light refreshments will be provided!

Pine Street Presbyterian Church
310 N 3rd St.
7-9 pm
Under the direction of Brett A. Terry, Artistic Director and Conductor, the Central Pennsylvania Oratorio Singers and Orchestra join to present A German Requiem (sung in English) by Johannes Brahms.

Founded in 1996, the Central Pennsylvania Oratorio Singers study and present classical oratorio masterworks for the audience of the 21st century, while faithfully respecting and embracing the intentions of their creators. Concerts are presented in the grand acoustical architecture of the church. 

Right on Riley
263 Riley St
Come in for a great meal, art, and listen to live music. Don’t forget to BYOB! Help them welcome the much loved Shawan and the Wanton back to the burg in a big way, November 3rd in the Burg. 

If your not familiar, she is a soul Enriched R&B inspired Singer Songwriter. Shawan Rice invites the crowd into her world with her poetic lyrics and haunting melodies. Drawing inspiration from her personal Life experiences ranging from; Love, Loss, Grief and acceptance, concertgoers easily connect to her sound and story. The vulnerable and transparent nature of her approach to music leaves the listener with an experience like no other.

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

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

The State Museum of PA
300 North St
5:30-7:30 pm
Two new exhibits will be open: Innovative Means: Photography from the Collection, featuring fine art photographs spanning 80 years of innovations, and Dressed for Service: Pennsylvanians in the Great War, a display that tells the story of six Pennsylvanians’ service in World War I through their uniforms, clothing and personal effects. Holiday Marketplace also will be open with Pennsylvania-themed gifts for sale from Daniel Boone Homestead, Ephrata Cloister, Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum, Somerset Historical Center and The State Museum. This event is free as part of 3rd in the Burg.

Stock’s on 2nd
211 N. 2nd St.
5-11 pm

Susquehanna Art Museum
1401 N. 3rd St.
5-8 pm
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. Representatives from Sprocket Mural Works will be at SAM to celebrate their exhibition in the DeSoto Family Vault. 

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. 

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
Come see Doug Morris Live playing tunes from 7-9:00pm and try our handcrafted small batch beers made with fresh and unique ingredients from our Boutique Brewery. We have seasonal beers on tap!

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

Yellow Bird Cafe
1320 N 3rd St.
They will be exhibiting the works of Brandie Stonge.

Zeroday Brewing Co.
250 Reily St. 
6-12 am
Jelli's back at Zeroday for another awesome night of music! Jelli is an acoustic/electric ensemble based out of Harrisburg, PA, who's style mixes funk, punk, folk, bluegrass, classic rock, blues, and heavy metal into a feel good, energetic, easy to relate with sound that can’t be confined to one genre, but has been called both Hippie Funk Rock and Acoustic Grunge, which definitely says something about their diversity! Seriously, don't be fooled by the acoustic instruments... this band rocks hard!