First Friday March
March 3 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Leprechaun Scavenger Hunt
The Downtown Improvement District is celebrating March with a Leprechaun Scavenger Hunt! Here’s what is happening; participants will pick up a clue card and little black kettle at the First Friday Info Booth. Each clue on the card will lead the participants to a participating downtown business where they will search for a hidden leprechaun. Once they find the leprechaun they receive a chocolate coin from the business. When they find at least 10, they go to a final location (as instructed on the card)to pick up an Insomnia cookie or be entered in a drawing for one of three Downtown Gift Cards.
Make Your Own Book at the Woskob Family Gallery!
Kristina Davis is a Printmaker/Book Artist from Philadelphia hosting an interactive First Friday event to visitors of the Woskob Family Gallery. Kristina will offer a quick tutorial and materials for a pamphlet stitch handmade book. Visitors will be able to choose the elements for their own pamphlet book as well as sew and decorate for a keepsake to record the best parts of First Friday art events with friends and family! The workshop can be completed, from start to finish, in about 15 minutes but participants are welcome to stay and get creative on the pages of their handmade book!
“K2 Roots- Health from the Ground Up”
The Makery: Be Well – Nourish YOUrself
Take some time to nourish your mind, body and soul with the Makery! Join us on March 3rd for some love and care of YOU! Soak your feet, try a new yoga pose, enjoy a smoothie, put pen to paper to creatively write, and enjoy the aromatherapy of oils. Come as you are…and BE WELL! Drop in between 6 – 8 p.m.
FREE Rides on the Vamos! Lion Chariot
Stop in for some beer and snacks at Appalachian Outdoors and check out all of their outdoor gear. Perfect for the warmer weather that’s coming.
The Branch and The Vine will have treats to try in addition to their usual sampling area.
“In Focus” Opening Reception at the Art Alliance Gallery Downtown
Art Alliance Gallery Downtown’s newest exhibition, In Focus, features six Centre County photographers as they invite us to see the world through their lenses. With a variety of interests and subject-matter, this exhibition explores the diverse aesthetics of our lives and brings the beauty of our world into focus.
“Pattern Recognition” Exhibit at the Woskob Family Gallery
Pattern Recognition draws inspiration from the pervasiveness of pattern in our world: from our brains to our clothes, from the movements of the tides to those of machines, the repetition of units — pixels, threads, neurons or otherwise — pattern is an organizing factor that underlies much of daily life.
Curated by gallery director Ann Tarantino, this exhibit features works by 24 contemporary artists that engage with the themes of patterns of nature, patterns of culture, and patterns of space. First Friday, March 3rd is the final day of the exhibition, so be sure to stop in and see it while you can.
Textile Exhibit at the Betsey Rodgers Allen Gallery at Schlow Library
The Nittany Valley Chapter of the Embroiderer’s Guild of America is showing their textile art! Only open until 6 p.m.!
The Magical Richard Benninghoff!
Be amazed and astonished as Richard Benninghoff strolls through town delighting people of all ages with his entertaining brand of magic.
“Green Means Go Smoooth Talker” Smoothie 50% off between 3 – 7pm!
Christian Science Reading Room
Everything in the sales room that has green on the cover is 20% off! This includes books, pamphlets, and CD’s.
Peggy Karr Clearance sale! 30% off all serving pieces, sun catchers, ornaments & pendants. ‘mini’ flutterby gift with $50 Nora Flemming purchase and Just in St. Patrick’s Day items!
McLanahan’s Downtown Market
BOGO on all Agostinelli Cafe items, so bring a friend!
10% off your entire purchase between 5 – 8pm!