Tunkhannock merchants will welcome visitors and warmer weather Friday evening for 4th Friday festivities.
Events begin at Eclectic Heart with the art of Bill Slater who will display photos of Wyoming County and painted glassware. Next door, the House of the Rising Buns will feature Purple Pepper Farm and their hydroponic veggies. Also Lori Gramberg of Country Delight offers homegrown jams.Featured entertainment at Remington’s Restaurant will be RozelynJames from 7 to 9 p.m. Bead and Baubles will display the art work of Emma Ergott . Sassy Albert Soaps will feature photography of Tunkhannock resident Peg Morris.
Friends Art and Unique Gifts and Monzie’s will offer a jewelry collection designed by Steve Colley and one of Colley’s Marywood art students will explain the work of recycled glass. Seasons Restaurant is featuring work from members of the Endless Mountains Council of the Arts. B & R Distributors will offer a beer sampling.
At Nimble Hill entertainment will be provided by Joe Picklo, from 6 to 8 p.m. The quarterly artist is Norma Lines from Ulster. Her works are on display in the Upper Room and the tasting room will also have Silpada Jewelry with Melissa Redmond.
Kitson and Company, 34 East Tioga Street, corner entrance next to Lenahan & Dempsey, are featuring art glass by Dominic Talarico and photography of Carly Griffiths.
The Dietrich Theater has a special live production of “Auntie Mame.” a.
Greenwood’s Furniture is featuring the original metal sculptures of Steve Bonzak and the photography of Melissa Monsey.
The Wyoming County Court House Art Series launches 4th Friday with a new show “Painting From Inspiration.” The artists are Lavona Daniels and Christine Sheffler. Opening reception will be from 4 to 6 p.m.
For more information and a printable map visit www.tunkhannockbusiness.com.