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PARTICIPATING VENUES: 3RD STREET STUDIO 1725 N. 3RD ST., 6-9 PM


ART ASSOCIATION OF HARRISBURG 21 N. FRONT ST., 9:30 AM-9 PM


BUDDHA BUDDHA 400 N. 2ND ST., 6-10 PM CRAVE & CO. 614 N. 2ND ST., 6-9 PM


FRIENDS OF MIDTOWN, FRIENDSOFMIDTOWN.ORG GALLERY@SECOND 608 N. 2ND ST., 6-9 PM


HARRISBURG FOOD TRUCK FEAST 1601 N. 3RD ST., 5-9 PM HARRISBURG IMPROV THEATRE 1633 N. 3RD ST., 6-9 PM HMAC STAGE ON HERR 268 HERR ST., 5-9 PM


LGBT CENTER GALLERY 1306 N. 3RD ST., 6-9 PM LITTLE AMPS 133 STATE ST., 6-9 PM


THE MAKESPACE 1916 N. 3RD ST., 6-10 PM


THE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER CORNER OF N. 3RD & KELKER ST., 6-9 PM


STASH 234 NORTH ST., 5-9 PM ST@RTUP 1519 N. 3RD ST., 6-9 PM


SUSQUEHANNA ART MUSEUM CORNER OF N. 3RD & CALDER ST., 6-9 PM


YELLOW BIRD CAFE 1320 N. 3RD ST., 6-9 PM THE THIRD FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH IN HARRISBURG. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15: ART, MUSIC & MORE.


MIDTOWN SCHOLAR 1302 N. 3RD ST.


236.1680 | MIDTOWNSCHOLAR.COM


12 pm: The Science of Coffee 2 pm: Featured Tea Tasting 6 pm: Yellow Wall Gallery Opening Reception for “Cuentos de Alas”


6 pm: Robinson’s Rare Books & Fine Prints presents: “Bodies of Air” recent prints by Ward Davenny


(Stories with Wings) by Elody Gyekis


7 pm: TMI Improv Troup, Stage 2 7:30 pm: Brandon Parsons in Concert on the Main Stage 8 pm: Comedy Night at the Scholar, Stage 2


THE STATE MUSEUM


N. 3RD ST. (BETWEEN NORTH AND FORSTER)


jurors and staff who have come together for the “Art of the


Conversations.” Meet artists,


787.4980 | STATEMUSEUMPA.ORG 5:30-7:30 pm: “Artist


both established and emerging Pennsylvania artists to exhibit their work and receive statewide recognition.


State” exhibit. Sponsored by Jump Street and The State Museum of Pennsylvania to provide an opportunity for


CITY HOUSE B&B 915 N. FRONT ST.


903.2489 | CITYHOUSEBB.COM


6–9 pm: City House B&B hosts artist Melissa Mallams and ‘The Collection’ featuring Parisian entertainers, courtesans,


favorites of the Queen, French aristocrats, and the Paris apartments, stories abound! Mixed media with universal appeal. Refreshments served.


WHITAKER CENTER 222 MARKET ST.


214.ARTS | WHITAKERCENTER.ORG 9:30 am-8 pm: “The Art &


Science of Color.” The vastness of color, whether it is reflected,


projected or processed, presents a distinct opportunity for individual perceptions. We ask each artist to consider the subtle possibilities of color at the heart of a work of art and the long-lasting sensory


impressions left on the viewer.


IN THE BURG


HOP THE SUTLIFF SHUTTLE!


THE SUTLIFF CHEVROLET SHUTTLE VAN WILL RUN IN A LOOP PAST


3RD IN THE BURG VENUES, 5–9 PM. JUMP ONBOARD FOR A FREE RIDE!


STOPS ARE:


GALLERY@SECOND | THE MAKESPACE STATE MUSEUM | MIDTOWN SCHOLAR 3RD AND WALNUT | 2ND AND WALNUT


MANGIA QUI & SUBA 272 NORTH ST.


233.7358 | MANGIAQUI.COM


5-11 pm: Featured artist is Vivian Calderon. Music by Jamie


O'Brien Band. Ask for the night's Featured Cocktail!


HISTORIC HARRISBURG ASSOCIATION 1230 N. 3RD ST.


Market present an evening of food, music and historic photography. Enjoy jazz, food from Market


233.4646 | HISTORICHARRISBURG.COM 5-9 pm: HHA and Broad Street


vendors, and photography that will transport you back in time.


MIDTOWN CINEMA 250 REILY ST.


of James Cameron’s “ALIENS,” (1986), the director’s cut! The planet from ALIEN (1979) has been colonized, but contact is lost. This time, the rescue team has impressive firepower, but will it be enough? BYOB after-party.


909.6566 | MIDTOWNCINEMA.COM 9:30 pm: A $3 film screening


FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT THIRDINTHEBURG.ORG 56 | THE BURG | 08.14


EMMA’S ON THIRD 1419 N. 3RD ST.


233.3662 | EMMASONTHIRD.COM @EMMASONTHIRD


6–8 pm: It’s Back to School time! Join us for Massage Demos


your child’s growing body and learning abilities with nutrition.


on Sports Injury Recovery and Discussions on supporting


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