Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce invites the public to visit our local galleries, specialty shops, and restaurants in Columbia, Marietta, and Wrightsville.
Our list of Fourth Friday participants has grown to include four art galleries; seven antique & specialty shops, eight restaurants, two historic venues, and a bookstore. This month we celebrate our additions to the group, Columbia Health Center and Mullen Books. Look for a complete list of participants on the website www.PaRivertowns.com.
Art Gallery Weavings, Ink in Wrightsville is featuring “A River Runs Through Them” from April 24 – June 6, 2015. Artists featured are the following: Rob Evans, Wrightsville; Glenn Blue, Wrightsville, Robert Hammer, Wrightsville, David Haneman, Marietta, Phyllis Koster, Wrightsville, Frank Morgan, Wrightsville, Robert Oughton, Wrightsville, Nick Pastal, Wrightsville, Sue Reno, Columbia, Suzanne Satterfield, and Wrightsville.
Garth Gallery Studio & Frame Shop is presenting its Annual Abstract Show featuring works from Diann Cardello, Nancy Malachowski, Robert Borrell, Maaike Heitkonig, Julie Yontz Rupp, Philip Malachowski, Tracy Male, Ryan Ross, Robin Kaufman, Robert E. Buchanan, Susan Davitti Darling, Thom Kulp, Janette Toth Musser, Jaye Crist, Leona Kathryn Cauley, and Jamie Douts.
Susquehanna Center for the Creative Arts is presenting “The Figure – An Interpretation”. Artists Erin Baker, Kim Banister, Ange Benti, Forrest Brackbill, Daniel Burns, Jeff Bye, Jeremy Friedly, Milt Friedly, Jeff Geib, Claire Giblin, Carl Gombert, Maureen Joyce, Evan Kitson, Casey Lard, Jacklyn Madsen, Seward Ryan, Grace Troxell, Robert Troxell, Shawn Williams, and Tom Yurkovic will be at the reception from 5pm to 9pm. This show will be on display through June 5th.
Through the Fire Artists Studio is showing works from Jerry King Musser, Janette Toth-Musser, and Mathew Jakeilski.
The Historic Mount Bethel Cemetery is presenting artwork from students of the Columbia School District and Homeschooled students. Artwork will be in the caretaker’s cottage. The caretaker’s cottage will also be open on Sunday from 2 to 4pm.
Bootleg Antiques & Oddities is having wine tasting and moonshine samples along with musical entertainment by The Bootlegger’s Gang. This group is known for their country bluegrass selections.
Salem United Church of Christ on 324 Walnut Street Columbia, will be offering a way to relax in prayer and gather with others for Evening Compline. Service will begin after 9pm.
Columbia’s Shade Tree Commission will be celebrating their 24th Annual Arbor Day Ceremony. Activities will occur at Locust Street Park beginning at 6pm. Stu Higgins and George Keyser is performing musical selections during the ceremony. If inclement weather the ceremony will be held in the Columbia Borough Municipal Building at 308 Locust Street.
Come join us along the River Towns and experience the Arts in our communities!
SOURCE: Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce news release