Scranton’s First Friday Art Walk returns for its October edition this week with the following events:
First Friday with Heidi Stecik and Dream to Create Arts & Crafts, 426 Mulberry St.
“Queer Artists on the Fringe,” works by various artists, 518 Lackawanna Ave.
A Night with the BonFire featuring Kayleigh the Fire Hooper, 8 Count Dancewear, 534 Lackawanna Ave.
David Scott x Nikki Zarick, music by Chris Raabe; Ale Mary’s at the Bittenbender, 126 Franklin Ave.
Open House: A collaborative student exhibit, music by Mark Biederman; ArtWorks Gallery & Studio, 236 Penn Ave.
Double Feature: Sucker for a Witch/The Ghost, works by Keith Perks, Bar Pazzo, 131 N Washington Ave.
First Friday with Shari P. Kantor, Connell Lofts, 129 N. Washington Ave.
Corvid Spooktacular, works by various artists, Corvid Alternative Art Store, Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
Sales From the Crypt with Paula Shaffee, music by Ghouls nt; Duffy Accesories, 218 Linden St.
“The Beauty Around Us,” works by Audrey Scripp at Amplifying Canvas Photography, eden-a vegan cafe, 344 Adams Ave.
“Art, Smiles & Ice Cream,” works by Change Playground, Fidelity Bank, 520 Vine St.
Just A Little Fringe by Scranton School District elementary students, Lackawanna County Children’s Library, 520 Vine St.
Book signing: “This is My Story, This is My Song” by Leonard S. Buxton, Library Express, second floor, Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
“Explorers,” works by Mark Darnobid, Loyalty Barber Shop and Shave Parlor of Scranton, 342 Adams Ave.
The Art of Luzerne County Community College Student/Faculty Show, Luzerne County Community College — Scranton Center, Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
“Urban Hustle & Serene Retreat,” works by Keith Hunter, Marquis Art & Frame, 515 Center St.
Fall into Fashion with Maggie McGregor, New Laundry, 127 North Washington Ave.
“Visual Reality,” works by Jessica Maietta, Northern Light Espresso Bar and Cafe, 536 Spruce St.
Stitches in Bloom with Caitlin Eroh, NOTE Fragrances, 401 Spruce St.
Halloween Group Show, music by Brad Parks; Peculiar Slurp, 307 Penn Ave.
Works by various artists, Samters Lofts, 101 Penn Ave.
Open House with Marylou Chibirka and Mary Hodel, Scranton Area Community Foundation, Suite 102, 615 Jefferson Ave.
Be Kind on the Fringe by Be Kind Scranton Project, Shopland Hall, fouth floor, Scranton Cultural Center at The Masonic Temple, 420 N. Washington Ave.
Visual Fringe Exhibition, works by various artists, Scranton Fringe HQ, 516 Lackawanna Ave.
All Creatures Great and Small, featuring CDE Exotics, Pawsitively in Stitches, Renie’s Dancing Dogs and blessing of the animals service, St. Luke’s Church, 232 Wyoming Ave.
“Scranton Spookshow,” works by various artists, Steamtown Street Gallery, Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
Mixed Media by Erica Foley, music by DJ Honeyman Lightnin’; Terra Preta Prime, 301 N. Washington Ave.
Freaky (First) Friday with Corinne Macheska & Keith Barbuti, the Color Bar Salon, 134 Franklin Ave.
“Ghosted,” works by Micheal Coolbaugh, the Garden Mediterranean Restaurant, 116 N. Washington Ave.
Works by various artists, The Leonard, 335-339 Adams Ave.
Behind the Grey EP release show, The Place, The Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
Works by various artists, live music; The Recovery Bank, 120 Wyoming Ave.
“John Willard Raught: Beauty Lies Close at Home,” Hope Horn Gallery, Hyland Hall, University of Scranton, Linden Street and Jefferson Avenue
“Fall for Whimsy,” works by Rachel Corby, music by Whiskey and Woods; The Wandering Hen Cafe, 305 Penn Ave.
“Pressure,” works by Ash Katz, The Workshop, 334 Adams Ave.
“Apples!,” works by various artists, Trinity Studio & Gallery, 511 Bogart Court
Whimsical Watercolor Illustrations by Beth Tyrell, Vintage Kitchen, 317 Linden St.
Sammy Rivera Photography, Yoga West, 311 Adams Ave.
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