The Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the happenings for the upcoming Fourth Friday in Columbia, Marietta, & Wrightsville on Friday, May 24. Fourth Friday receptions, exhibits, and activities run between the hours of 5:00 and 9:00pm. Some of the highlights for this month are listed below.
~ View this month’s “highlight event” at St. Paul Episcopal Church (340 Locust St. Columbia) where they will be showcasing Emerging Artists, featuring the creative viewpoints of numerous yet-to-be-established artists. Works by 15 to 20 artists will be shown in various media including photography, acrylics, jewelry, oils, chalk drawings, and mixed media. Also on display will be “Chalk Talk” by Elva Hurst.
~ Visit Jonal Gallery/Alverta Arts Shop this month for their two new exhibits. One will feature Civil War Commemorative Works in honor of the 150th anniversary of the burning of the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge. The other will showcase the sculpture and photography of guest artist Dean Graham.
~ Geltz Gotz Goodeze, a co-op shop, will offer many specials this Fourth Friday.
~ Stop by Trin’s Beans (438 ½ Locust St. Columbia), the only location to view work from Earthshine Studios, to get a coffee or bite to eat. Trin’s has homemade soups, sandwiches, fresh cut fries, fresh baked goods, and more.
Start out your night by dining in one of our great restaurants. Dine in the covered deck at McCleary’s Public House in Marietta, try something new at Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen, or enjoy an old favorite at Hinkle’s.
We invite you to visit our other galleries and shops including lowercase gallery, Garth Gallery & Café Garth, Thundermug Antiques, Weavings Ink., Susquehanna Center for the Creative Arts, and New Life Upcycling & Antiques. Click here for more information or call 717.684.5249.
(SOURCE: news release, Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce)