First Friday will take place July 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. in downtown Scranton.

Check with individual venues for changes before you go. Visit for details.

Here’s what’s planned:

  • 150th anniversary celebration of St. Luke’s building, with music by Doug Smith & Co., St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 232 Wyoming Ave.
  • “Ambient Landscapes,” works by Phil Engsberg, with music by Jack Goddard, Adezzo, 515 Center St.
  • Applications for Early Head Start, with live music, presented by Outreach — Center for Community Resources, Lackawanna County Courthouse Square.
  • Crafts by Iryna, Crocus Cafe, 323 N. Washington Ave.
  • “Defying Expectations,” works by Travis Prince, with music by Vinz, Analog Culture, 204 N. Washington Ave.
  • The Dream Mural dedication, work by Eric Bussart and Emmanuel Wisdom, Adams Avenue and Mulberry Street.
  • “Garden of Her: Grounded in Growth,” works by H.W. Yorkonis, Bar Pazzo, 201 N. Washington Ave.
  • ”History in Prints,” works by Christopher Derek, Connell Building, 125 N. Washington Ave.
  • Lackawanna Markets vendor village, with live music, Lackawanna County Courthouse Square
  • “Loyalty,” works by Aimee Dilger, Loyalty Barbershop and Shave Parlor of Scranton, 342 Adams Ave.
  • “Other Side,” works by Jeff Kuratnick, AFA Gallery, 101 Penn Ave.
  • Neo-expressionism and post-modern mixed media, work by Courtney Allison Close Jr., the Bog, 203 N. Washington Ave.
  • “Paint on Glass,” works by Sam Kuchwara, Noteology, 401 Spruce St.
  • “Unafraid,” works by by Emmanual Wisdom; illustrations by Eric Bussart; and music by John Meza, the Workshop, 205 N. Washington Ave.