First Fridays

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First Fridays.  First Fridays are the First Friday of the month from 6pm – 9pm all throughout the year.  Get to know our downtown area businesses.

Enjoy food, art, live music, specials and downtown shopping at its finest.

There is plenty of parking along the street, in Municipal Lots and at Myers – Buhrig Funeral Home parking lot.

Please join us!

Below are the September First Friday participants!

2nd Floor Gallery

105 S Market St

Open ’til 9pm.  Featured artists this month: Patricia Koscienski,  Aron Johnston and Nick Siders. The gallery also carries work by over 75 local, regional and international artists.
Brittle Bark

33 W Main St

Open ’til 9pm.  Stop in to pick up their newsletter and September coupon.  New chocolates are in the candy case!
Funtastik

18 W Main St

Open ’til 9pm.
Gingerbread Man

26 W Main St

Open 11:00am to 2:00am every day. Stop in for a meal or an appetizer & drink while visiting the downtown businesses!
Just Clogs

15 W Main St

Open ‘til 8pm.  $10 off any purchase from 6-8pm.
Mechanicsburg Museum

2 W Strawberry Alley

Open 6-8pm.  Their current exhibit features “A Slice of Life 1876, The Year of Our Independence.”
Potomac Bead Company

54 W Main St

Open until 9pm with the following specials: Buy 1 / Get 1 Free and Buy 2 / Get 1 Free on select Cat’s Eye, Mother of Pearl, Lampwork and Glass Strands and packaged pewter spacers.
RecordSmith

16 N Market St

Open 6-8pm.  Get ready for some  Indie Rock with Deep Roots in the 60’s and 70’s music scenes with Sivart Lee and Timmy of Timmy & The Creeping Thyme.  Other members of each band may also perform.  FREE refreshments and NO cover!
Rosemary House

120 S Market St

Closed for First Friday, but open on Saturday/Sunday for the Fairy Festival from 10-4pm.
Sweet Remembrances

Tea Room

118-120 S Market St

Closed this month, but the First Friday Feast will be back on October 3rd.

This prix fixe four-course dinner is prepared and served by Mountainside Supper Club.  Call 717-697-5111 to make your reservation.

Sunbury Press

50 W Main St

Sunbury Press is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a very special event. Author Keith Rommel is coming from Port St. Lucie, FL to sign copies of his books, including “The Cursed Man,” which is being made into a movie. Also, flying in from Hollywood is the lead actor in the film, Brahm Gallagher.

 

Keith & Brahm will be in the store from 6 to 9.  Then, everyone will move to Metropolis Collective for the after party where Capitol Recording artists “Bang” (from the 70s) playing.

 

The three members of “Bang,” plus Brahm and Keith, arrive by limo right before 6 — should be a fun scene on Main Street!

The Jerky Jar

123 E Main St

Open 6-9pm.

 


Myers – Buhrig Funeral Home & Crematory
Complimentary Parking

at 37 East Main Street

 Over 40 free off-street parking spaces available!

 

 

 

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