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Average Joey Live In The GO Too!

“Poet with a banjo, 4th River Music Collective.”
We’re excited to book another new artist here at the GO! Welcome Average Joey, everyone! Hailing from the Pittsburgh area, Joey has been performing original compositions for an extended number of years. It’ll be a pleasure to have him play for our humble pub.
Oh, and have a wonderful Holiday season, y’all!
Learn more about this more than average gentleman at the following links:
bandcamp: averagejoey.bandcamp.com
YouTube: youtube.com/c/AverageJoey
instagram: average.joey0
Writing: joeyschuller.wordpress.com

Long time friend of many who travel to the Garryowen, Aaron Getchell, is gracing the GO with his current band in December. He has a knack for playing guitar and writing some great tunes. We think you’ll enjoy every bit of what he and his mates have to bring to the table.
Follow Aaron at these links to keep up-to-date with his music schedule:
https://www.facebook.com/agetchellmusic
aarongetchell.com

“Johnny Russo lives in Taneytown, MD. He plays guitar and sings at local venues. His music includes rock, pop, country, folk and original compositions. Currently Johnny has his 1st album of original music being mixed in Nashville.”
Local rock group See the Elephant’s own John Mayer is coming back to the Garryowen this December. Join him in the GO Too for a nice, cozy night of rock/folk music.
This area is first come, first served. Don’t forget to tip!
https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=EdsueEuBID8…

“Rich is a traveling musician hailing from the Eastern Pennsylvania area. He plays and sings folk, traditional, and Celtic songs/tunes on an Octave Mandolin and Tenor Banjo.”
Join us in the GO Too in November and December for a relaxing evening of Irish music. Cozy up with some friends and a pint.
This area is first come, first served, so be sure to stop out early.

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100033858553215

“Imagine a world where airships roam the skies, steam powers Rube Goldberg-inspired contraptions. Imagine a universe where both fictional and non-fictional characters can exist. A place where both men and woman are equally capable, strong, intelligent and frequently mysterious. Imagine a talented collective of musicians, composers and artists who bring these visions to life in a unique musical melange that is lyrically, musically, and visually evocative. This is “Night Watch Paradox!””
What an intro! We’re excited to welcome newcomers (to the GO, at least) Night Watch Paradox on December 3rd for some late night tales. It’s going to be a fun ride, and you would never dare to miss it, right?! Check out the links below to learn about this eclectic band:
https://www.nightwatchparadox.com/
https://www.facebook.com/nwpbaltimore
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRgrNEk-kPeiFjU7r_fDp7g

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

“Two guitarists and some music to go with ’em.”
Welcome, for the first time at the Garryowen, the Time Brothers! Matt Wurst & Jim Grinnen are seasoned musicians ready to share their music with you. They hail from Harrisburg and York, PA respectively. Let’s have a night, y’all. Don’t forget your pint!
You can learn more about the Time Brothers at the following links:
https://www.facebook.com/TimeBrothersMusic/?ref=page_internal

They’re coming back, and before the end of 2022! If you feel it in your feet get out to the GO and enjoy the music. It’s not everyday that you get to listen to rock superstars at the GO.
“Ebb & Nova combines an alternative blend of indie and folk to create “Honest, heartfelt music that seeps into the soul and slowly fills you up with nostalgic, melancholic happiness. The entwining lyrics with plenty of vivid imagery, combined with the soft vocals and instrumentation really make Ebb & Nova something special.””
You can find out more about Ebb & Nova at the following links: http://ebbandnova.com/
https://www.facebook.com/ebbandnova/

“I grew up listening to a multitude of genres. As a songwriter, there are many benefits to having genre versatility,” said Bella. “I get to share my love for Folk, Rock, R&B, Pop, and Country to its fullest. This record represents that. I want my fans to enjoy these little chapters of my life. My goal as a songwriter is to have a positive effect on the listener, because music has been a miraculous coping mechanism for me, helping me to fight the depression and anxiety that followed traumatic life events.”
It’s a pleasure to welcome Karen Bella back to the Garryowen! It’ll be nice and intimate in the upstairs bar, so don’t be shy. Full service is available, but it is a first come, first served area.
Learn more about Karen and her music with the following links:
YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/karenbella
Soundcloud – http://soundcloud.com/karenbella
Instagram – http://instagram.com/karenbellamusic
Twitter – http://twitter.com/karenbellamusic
TikTok: @karenbellamusic
Webpage http://www.karenbella.com

It’s half the band, but still the same great sound and energy! Join Thomas and Klaus of the Pale Barn Ghosts for an intimate duo session in our upstairs bar. They’re ready to haunt your souls, but in a good way.
This is a first come, first served area. Stop out early to grab a seat. Don’t forget your pint!
https://www.facebook.com/Pale-Barn-Ghosts-298726385310

“Rich is a traveling musician hailing from the Eastern Pennsylvania area. He plays and sings folk, traditional, and Celtic songs/tunes on an Octave Mandolin and Tenor Banjo.”
Join us in the GO Too in November and December for a relaxing evening of Irish music. Cozy up with some friends and a pint.
This area is first come, first served, so be sure to stop out early.

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100033858553215

Truly a unique act unlike anything yet, Mike Oregano has fully commercialized both the aesthetic and sonic details of the “One Man Band” concept. Performing in a unique Reggae/Hip Hop/Jazz style, he is sure to turn heads wherever he is rockin’!
Mike uses his feet to hit the drums as well as an array of fully intuitive pedal boards complete with: loopers, bass splits, synthesizer sounds, etc. He records the rhythm section (guitar and bass) on the spot, and layers over it with drums, solos, fills, etc. all while singing, rapping, or talk boxing, and soloing on his guitar simultaneously.

https://www.facebook.com/MikeOreganoMusic

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

They’re back, and this time as a duo! Ben and Dave of the group Foggy May are going to be bringing their funky selves to the GO Too to play some reggae-rock in an acoustic format.
Grab a pint, take a seat, and enjoy the evening with two talented musicians.
If you would like to learn more about Foggy May click on the following link:
https://www.facebook.com/foggymay

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

“The brainchild of Austin Greene and Jeff Colby, “The Mimic” is the result of two musically inclined dudes living in a tiny apartment together and noodling around with guitar and vocals to eventually create genre-spanning masterpieces.”
They’re back! Join “Austin Greene, Jeff Colby, Michael Didas, and Taylor Greenholt; bangin’ originals and dope covers. Quality assured!”
Two shows this year with two fantastic evenings of local music. We’ll see you at the GO!

https://www.facebook.com/TheMimicMusic

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

Two of the gentleman from Jojo Stella are back at the GO the first weekend of October, but this time as a duo!
Join Sunrise Cabaret, a Creol Soul/Jazz Acoustic duo, as they serenade you with wonderful tunes, comedy, and maybe even a little magic.
This show is first come, first served in our dining room. Stop out for a late night pint and enjoy the show.
Follow the amazing Jojo Stella at the following links:
https://www.facebook.com/JojoStellaMusic

Jojo Stella

Enjoy an evening of Civil War era Music and Dancing in an historic Civil War era barn near Gettysburg, PA featuring music provided by the “SUSQUEHANNA TRAVELLERS” along with Dance Masters Norma Calhoun and Wayne Belt. Located at beautiful Beech Springs Farm at 784 Mt. Carmel Road in Orrtanna, PA. Period attire is encouraged, but not required.

Doors open at 6:00 pm, dancing is from 7:00 until 10:00. Admission includes Dancing, Light Fare and Silent Auction. Event Parking is FREE.

ONLY 100 tickets will be sold, so purchase your tickets early. Event is held rain or shine.

$35.00 per person in advance $40 at the door. Kids 6-15 are $10.00 Advance sales end at midnight Sept 29, 2022.

Proceeds benefit the award-winning HGAC BARN PRESERVATION PROJECT and GRANT PROGRAM.

For more information visit: www.HGAConline.org or call HGAC at (717) 334-5185.

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

The annual M&T Bank Harvest of the Arts in historic downtown Carlisle will feature the usual array of beautiful art, crafts, music, shopping & dining. The event will also feature a kids’ alley highlighting our youngest artists in addition to crafts for kids. The always popular street food and music will be back to round out the event.

More information and a schedule will be posted closer to the date of the event. Check the Harvest of the Arts Facebook page for updates.

Our Fifth Annual Sunflower Festival is a great way to spend the weekend among our sunflowers! We have planted approximately 50 acres of free sunflowers on our farm for you to enjoy.  We have food trucks and our last annual Gourd Oops Sale for this year. We are very happy to welcome back other craft vendors to our event this year for you to be able to get all your fall decorating and gift giving done in one spot.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

Red Tomato Farm & Inn will host our annual Backyard Bash on September 17 from 2 pm to 4 pm at 3581 Ritner Highway in Newville. The community is invited to attend this free event.

Find a spot in the backyard and enjoy live music from local musician Mike Kell. Water will be available for purchase as well as farm t-shirts, locally made items from the farm, and treats for our goats.

During the event, we will be hosting a Chili Cook-Off and Art Auction, with all proceeds benefiting Carlisle Arts Learning Center. Local contestants will have their chili available for guests to sample for a small fee, with the chance of winning the title of Fan Favorite or the Spiciest.

Please bring your own chair or blanket for this event.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

Calling all fairies, elves, sprites, wizards, hobbits, and gnomes to this annual event! Fairy Rose Fairy will be back to delight and entertain. Lots of crafts and activities perfect for ages 3 to 11 and all who believe!

Free activities include:

  • Fortune Fairy Ducks
  • Trinket Trading Shop (Bring something small to swap: a treasure, a gem, perhaps a small toy)
  • Feed the Recycling Troll
  • Tattoos of the Wee Folk
  • Do-It-Yourself Pixie Face Painting
  • Fairy Foto Opportunities
  • Dress ups     for Fairies, Elves, Pixies, Pirates, and Knights
  • Mine for Gem Blessing Stones
  • Create Your Own Magical Pot Pourri
  • Enchanting Head Crown
  • Nature Leaf Rubbings
  • God’s Eye Creations
  • Make-a-Wish/Prayer Flags
  • Paint a Fairy Festival watercolor scene
  • And Bubbles, lots and lots of Bubbles

Creative crafts in the craft barn include:

  • Lucky Amulet Bags
  • Suncatchers to paint and hang
  • Decorate Fairy Wings
  • Sand Art
  • Paint your own Colorful Flower

 

Additional fees apply for craft barn activities.

Check The Rosemary House website for the music and entertainment schedule (updated early August).

Rain or shine.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

Frederick Arts Council: Art in the Park

Trenton Thunder vs. Frederick Keys
Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium
Gates open 6:00-Game Time 7:00

Tickets are good for one regular general admission into the ballpark. Unused tickets may be exchanged at the Keys Box Office for any 2022 Sunday-Thursday regular season home game. Anyone found selling or offering these tickets on the Frederick Keys premises will be removed from the park and prosecuted allowed by law. No outside food or beverage into the stadium. Upgrades to Reserved and Field seats are available at the Box Office upon availability. Upgrades for reserved seating are $8 and field seating are $10.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

Toe-tappin’ tunes in an intimate environment. Stop by for the recently re-located to New Orleans group Secret Bandwagon and enjoy a night of original jams. They’ll be playing late night for these two gigs, so be sure to drink some coffee before stopping out. We’ll see you at the GO!

https://www.facebook.com/secretbandwagon

Toe-tappin’ tunes in an intimate environment. Stop by for the recently re-located to New Orleans group Secret Bandwagon and enjoy a night of original jams. They’ll be playing late night for these two gigs, so be sure to drink some coffee before stopping out. We’ll see you at the GO!

https://www.facebook.com/secretbandwagon

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

Learn the art of Pysanky. A Method of Layering Wax and Dye to create a personalized work of art. Work is performed on REAL chicken eggs.
About this event:
Perfectly Pysanky returns to Gettysburg from Nazareth PA. Class size Limited. Attendees Ages 12 years and up. Anyone under 18 Must be accompanied by an adult also taking the class. Cancellations are non-refundable. Visit Perfectly Pysanky on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Perfectly-Pysanky-Ukrainian-Egg-Design-213865685301376
Purchase your tickets on Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.com/e/pysanky-returns-to-gettysburg-tickets-368374817997

$24 includes Grand Illusion cider & ceramic, paint, glazing and firing of the ceramic shell. Doors open at 5 pm painting starts at 6 pm.

The Conch Shell Planter can double as a beautiful planter and a decorative piece that stands on its own. Conch shells are hard to find; now, you can skip the hassle of the hunt and can create your very own beachy planter! This realistic, textured planter is great for the beach-themed house, summer decoration, and any space looking for some extra beachy spirit. Create a deep-sea blue, or like the one shown a yellow with light orange brushed over with. Or try classic pinks for a more contemporary-looking shell. For some added fun, give the multicolor rainbow paint job for a more festive beach look.

Acrylic stain is also available for make & take that night. Or glazed with pick up from Create-A-Palooza.

Click here to purchase tickets.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

Rose Hill will host a Plein Air festival July 15th-16th. Visitors can come to the park and watch artists paint Friday 12-6pm and Saturday 9-6pm. Artwork will be placed on exhibit in the museum during normal open hours from July 22nd-August 31st.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

Enjoy an afternoon on the Terrace of Two Mile House with lemonade and cookies as Mary Caverly leads tours through the house detailing the artwork on the walls.

Click here to register.

The Carlisle Summerfair Craft Show is filled with artists and craftsmen who create the pieces of art/craft they sell. This year, there are more than 80 artists and craftsmen.

Other vendors include local businesses that will have make and takes/balloons/face-painting/ and other activities. Food trucks will ensure that everyone enjoys a variety of foods/drinks/desserts during the day.

Following the craft show, the opening ceremonies for all the Carlisle Summerfair events begin at 5:30 pm on the John Dickinson campus with a concert by local favorite, Cheap Sneakers, from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Click here to see more information regarding the Summerfair schedule of events.

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Teacher: Ellison Sherrill
Ages: 15—Adult
4 Wednesdays
May 25; June 1, 8, 15
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Fee: $100 (non-members $110)
Materials list and meeting place provided by the instructor. The class will meet at a different spot in Carlisle each Wednesday.

Sketch booking can be a habit that slowly grows your drawing skills, and change your perception as you look at what is in front of you. Art is about noticing, and in the hectic world we live in, we very rarely stop to really look around at the beauty around us. This class is focused on observational drawing within the nooks and crannies of the borough. Guidance will be offered, but personal artistic choices are encouraged.

Class is open to students of all levels of experience.

Take part in a New Moon Fire Ceremony led by Shaman Banzhoff. The focus will be on respecting yourself and others.

What is a fire ceremony? It is a simple act of gathering together at a fire to support each other. Shaman Banzhoff will open a sacred space, inclusively honoring each person’s individual belief system. She then creates the opportunity for each person to release a stick into the fire to create or let go of something in their lives. All are welcome. The evening is free. A donation will be accepted after the ceremony.

This event is part of Carlisle Pride Week.

Celebrating 28 years, the Frederick Festival of the Arts invites art lovers to enjoy a showcase of the finest national artists. Exhibitors are hand-picked by an independent jury, giving all who attend the best of quality fine art and a craft market section. There will be over 150 exhibitors featuring diverse mediums including jewelry, clay, painting, sculpture, metal, leather, digital, fiber, wood, photography, and mixed-media. Enjoy meeting those who create the work to hear their inspiration, techniques and unique perspective on what makes art.

Bring the family for a variety of food and drink.

Presented by the Frederick Arts Council and Howard Alan Events, the Frederick Festival of the Arts offers FREE admission. Visit here for details.

Note – Please leave your pets at home due to the crowded environment along Carroll Creek during the festival.

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

“BARN ART IS BACK”
The 14th Annual HGAC BarnArt Show & Sale Returns in 2022!

Many of the area’s most noted artists will be showing their work in the 14th Annual BarnArt Show & Sale.

Proceeds from this popular event will benefit the Barn Preservation Project and Grant Program sponsored by Historic Gettysburg-Adams County (HGAC). It will be held at the G.A.R. Hall at 53 East Middle St. in historic downtown Gettysburg from Friday, June 10 until Sunday, June 12.

All the artworks accepted into this unique exhibit must include a representation of a barn or a detail of a barn.

The show opens on Friday, June 10 with an Opening Night Reception that is free and open to the public from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Winners of awards will be announced during the reception at 7:30.

Cash prize for “Best of Show in Fine Art” will be $1,000 (prize donated by J.Jay Mackie, Ph.D. and Monica Oss). There will also be a prize for “Best of Show” in photography and the ever-popular “People’s Choice Award.” New this year will be the “Artists’ Choice” which will be awarded to the artwork voted best by the participating artists.

A special feature of this year’s show will be a presentation of video footage of historic Adams County barns shot during recent barn surveys using drones operated by volunteers Mark Clowney and Loy Elliott. HGAC has surveyed more than 375 barns in Adams County creating a permanent record of each barn as part of the HGAC Barn Registry.

Hours for the BarnArt Show & Sale are Friday, June 10 from 6-8 pm and Sat. June 11 from 10 am – 6 pm and Sun. June 12 from noon until 4:00 pm.

To register for the BarnArt Show & Sale print the “BarnArt 2022 Registration Form” and return it with your registration fee to HGAC. Art works may be offered for display only or they may be offered for sale. HGAC will conduct the sales transactions, retaining 30%, with the artist receiving the balance with 30 days after the close of the Show. All art works MUST be ready to hang. Art Intake dates and times will be provided to registered artists.

For more information call event chair, Paul Mangan at (717) 357-3145

The Penny Gallery is excited to host the “Prisms and Pride” Exhibit during Pride Month. The theme, “Cast your light” is a call to all artists to share their voice—let the light shine through you and illuminate your uniqueness. We encourage all to apply!

The Penny Gallery will be donating 25% of any sales generated from the show to the PA Coalition for Trans Youth organization.

The exhibit will be on display through June 25 and can be viewed during Carlisle Pride Week.

Opening Reception: June 10th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Teacher: Ellison Sherrill
Ages: 15—Adult
4 Wednesdays
May 25; June 1, 8, 15
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Fee: $100 (non-members $110)
Materials list and meeting place provided by the instructor. The class will meet at a different spot in Carlisle each Wednesday.

Sketch booking can be a habit that slowly grows your drawing skills, and change your perception as you look at what is in front of you. Art is about noticing, and in the hectic world we live in, we very rarely stop to really look around at the beauty around us. This class is focused on observational drawing within the nooks and crannies of the borough. Guidance will be offered, but personal artistic choices are encouraged.

Class is open to students of all levels of experience.

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

When Australian composer Brett Dean’s Hamlet had its world premiere at the Glyndebourne Festival in 2017, The Guardian declared, “New opera doesn’t often get to sound this good … Shakespeare offers a gauntlet to composers that shouldn’t always be picked up, but Dean’s Hamlet rises to the challenge.” Now, this riveting contemporary masterpiece arrives at the Met, with Neil Armfield, who directed the work’s premiere, bringing his acclaimed staging to New York. Many of the original cast members have followed, including tenor Allan Clayton in the title role. Nicholas Carter makes his Met debut conducting a remarkable ensemble, which also features soprano Brenda Rae as Ophelia, mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly as Gertrude, baritone Rod Gilfry as Claudius, and legendary bass John Tomlinson as the ghost of Hamlet’s father.

The Foundry Day Committee has concluded reluctantly that it will not be able to hold the Foundry Day Arts & Crafts Festival for 2021. Even though the maximum occupancy limit for outdoor gatherings has increased to 20%, it does not permit the level of attendance needed to create a meaningful festival for either attendees or craftsmen. We will miss seeing everyone in June. Stay safe until we meet again in 2022!

Teacher: Ellison Sherrill
Ages: 15—Adult
4 Wednesdays
May 25; June 1, 8, 15
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Fee: $100 (non-members $110)
Materials list and meeting place provided by the instructor. The class will meet at a different spot in Carlisle each Wednesday.

Sketch booking can be a habit that slowly grows your drawing skills, and change your perception as you look at what is in front of you. Art is about noticing, and in the hectic world we live in, we very rarely stop to really look around at the beauty around us. This class is focused on observational drawing within the nooks and crannies of the borough. Guidance will be offered, but personal artistic choices are encouraged.

Class is open to students of all levels of experience.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Teacher: Lina Ferrara
Ages: 16 – Adult
AM Session: 10:00 -12:00 p.m. *
PM Session: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Fee: $125 ($135 non-member) + $15 Materials fee

*Each session is a separate class

Learn the traditional layered method of oil painting using underpainting and glazing in a step-by-step method. The class will be comprehensive and include: drawing the composition on canvas with paint, creating form through value, composition, and color mixing. All levels are welcome. This class will enhance the skill of the experienced artist as well as give confidence to the new painter. Do not feel intimidated if you’re a beginner or if it’s been a while since you’ve painted.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Teacher: Lina Ferrara
Ages: 16 – Adult
AM Session: 10:00 -12:00 p.m. *
PM Session: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Fee: $125 ($135 non-member) + $15 Materials fee

*Each session is a separate class

Learn the traditional layered method of oil painting using underpainting and glazing in a step-by-step method. The class will be comprehensive and include: drawing the composition on canvas with paint, creating form through value, composition, and color mixing. All levels are welcome. This class will enhance the skill of the experienced artist as well as give confidence to the new painter. Do not feel intimidated if you’re a beginner or if it’s been a while since you’ve painted.

In recent seasons, soprano Nadine Sierra has brought down the house at the Met with virtuosic vocalism and captivating stage presence as Gilda in Rigoletto, Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, and Ilia in Idomeneo. Now, she takes on one of the repertory’s most formidable and storied roles, the haunted heroine of Lucia di Lammermoor, in an electrifying new staging by in-demand Australian theater and film director Simon Stone, conducted by Riccardo Frizza. Show-stopping tenor Javier Camarena adds to the bel canto fireworks as Lucia’s beloved, Edgardo, with baritone Artur Rucinski as her overbearing brother, Enrico, and bass Matthew Rose as her tutor, Raimondo.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Teacher: Lina Ferrara
Ages: 16 – Adult
AM Session: 10:00 -12:00 p.m. *
PM Session: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Fee: $125 ($135 non-member) + $15 Materials fee

*Each session is a separate class

Learn the traditional layered method of oil painting using underpainting and glazing in a step-by-step method. The class will be comprehensive and include: drawing the composition on canvas with paint, creating form through value, composition, and color mixing. All levels are welcome. This class will enhance the skill of the experienced artist as well as give confidence to the new painter. Do not feel intimidated if you’re a beginner or if it’s been a while since you’ve painted.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Teacher: Lina Ferrara
Ages: 16 – Adult
AM Session: 10:00 -12:00 p.m. *
PM Session: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Fee: $125 ($135 non-member) + $15 Materials fee

*Each session is a separate class

Learn the traditional layered method of oil painting using underpainting and glazing in a step-by-step method. The class will be comprehensive and include: drawing the composition on canvas with paint, creating form through value, composition, and color mixing. All levels are welcome. This class will enhance the skill of the experienced artist as well as give confidence to the new painter. Do not feel intimidated if you’re a beginner or if it’s been a while since you’ve painted.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Create from clay a fabulous larger salad bowl and four smaller bowls perfect for your spring and summer salads using a glaze color of your choice. Hand building with clay is fun and therapeutic and no experience necessary. Bet you can’t wait to enjoy your new set of bowls.

Instructor: Jack Handshaw
$40 for members/$44 for nonmembers

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

This class is for any student who is interested in developing their painting skills. The instructor will help you translate your vision to canvas. All the basics of painting will be covered. You will learn how to organize a color palette, mix colors, use different brushes, palette knives and mediums. The emphasis will be on creating a pleasing composition using the elements and principles of design. Techniques such as toning, glazing, scumbling and negative painting will also be explored. This class is appropriate for all skill levels. Students will use their own reference photos or work from still life objects set up in the classroom. The instructor will demonstrate painting techniques and will work with students at their individual pace and level. Materials list provided.

Instructor: Anita Murphy Williams
$128 for members/$140 for nonmembers

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

We welcome you to our third-floor studio for Creative Outlet on most First Saturdays! Kids and adults are invited to drop-in and get creative together at family tables. Each session features an artist-inspired project as well as open studio activities. 3-5 pm $2.00 per artist.

Two of today’s most thrilling voices share the title role of the legendary cold-hearted princess: Christine Goerke, the Met’s reigning dramatic soprano, and superstar Anna Netrebko, making her long-awaited Met role debut after providing a hair-raising preview in 2019’s New Year’s Eve Gala. Tenors Yusif Eyvazov and Yonghoon Lee trade off as the bold prince determined to win Turandot’s love, alongside sopranos Gabriella Reyes, Michelle Bradley, and Ermonela Jaho as the devoted servant Liù and bass-baritone James Morris and basses Alexander Tsymbalyuk and Ferruccio Furlanetto as the blind king Timur. Marco Armiliato conducts Puccini’s stirring score.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

This class is for any student who is interested in developing their painting skills. The instructor will help you translate your vision to canvas. All the basics of painting will be covered. You will learn how to organize a color palette, mix colors, use different brushes, palette knives and mediums. The emphasis will be on creating a pleasing composition using the elements and principles of design. Techniques such as toning, glazing, scumbling and negative painting will also be explored. This class is appropriate for all skill levels. Students will use their own reference photos or work from still life objects set up in the classroom. The instructor will demonstrate painting techniques and will work with students at their individual pace and level. Materials list provided.

Instructor: Anita Murphy Williams
$128 for members/$140 for nonmembers

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

The Gettys Square Art Oasis is coming back strong for our 2022 season! Our kick off event will include a great line up of visual artists for demonstrations and displays of their work, and we will have music performances throughout the day.

Artists (from 11am-1pm):
Wendy Heiges – mixed media frames/mirrors and handmade jewelry
Erin Brown – illustrations
Andy Smith – clay monoprints

Music
12-2pm: Pomona’s Trio
3-5pm: Gettysburg Brass

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Saturday, April 30th, 2022 at beautiful Sam Michael’s Park in Harpers Ferry, WV! Free admission, door prizes, kid’s games, 60+ Blue Ridge artisans with 100% handcrafted gifts, live music, and food trucks!

Paintings by David Bottini and Artist Students. April 7, 2022 through May 3, 2022. Please use the A&E Parking Deck located at 25 Renaissance Way. Virutal Exhibit online begins Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Jack says, “These works are a departure from conventional easel painting. I refer to these as “combines” because I combine painted canvas, wood and masonite in creating a composition, resulting sometimes as an explosion effect, of shapes and colors.”

The exhibition runs from March 30 through May 1 and is free and open to the public. An opening reception with the artist will be held from 5-7 PM on April 2. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/andromeda-series for more information including gallery hours.

Oil painter Julie Riker and watercolor artist Pam Wenger are masters of their mediums; winning awards both inside and outside the Central PA area. Their complementary work features a confidence in draftsmanship which allows free expression of composition and color.

Join us on Friday, April 22 for a public reception with the artists 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.