November’s First Friday art walk in downtown Scranton featured shopping, art, music and more.
Photos by Emma Black / Staff Photographer
From left: Hazel Cole, 2; Liv Bosley, 3; and Axel Bosley, 6, all of Scranton, play at the soft opening of Pop Up!, a brick-and-mortar shop at 343 N. Washington Ave., that will remain open through the holidays.
Nicole Henderson and Tom Tuffy, both of Scranton
Ryan Lane of Moscow, left, and Jack Vanhorn of Lake Ariel
Jason and Patti Baumunk of Dupont
Chris Depoti of Moscow, left, and Jerry Santarelli of Scranton
Steve and April Gaa of Milford
John Billiard and Pat Arvonio, both of Eynon
From left: Rick Jenkins of Dalton, Linn McDonald of Scranton and Rob Lettieri of Scranton
From left: Marianne Santarelli of Scranton, Melissa Anowai of Peckville and Jerry Santarelli of Scranton
Cristin Powers, holding her 2-year-old daughter, Hazel Cole, of Scranton.
Liv Bosley, 3, of Scranton, enjoys a snack at Pop Up! Downtown, a brick-and-mortar shop at 343 N. Washington Ave.
Joan Marten of Shillington, left, and Jen Mudge of Scranton admire artwork at ArtWorks Gallery & Studio.
Emma Black is a photographer and writes Up Close and Personal, which spotlights people from all walks of life in NEPA who have a unique skill, craft, talent or trade. She is a graduate of Abington Heights High School and University of Scranton, where she studied journalism and electronic media. Emma has been with Times-Shamrock Communications since 2016 and enjoys playing, coaching and following soccer; exploring international cuisine; and doing arts and crafts in her free time. Contact: email@example.com; 570-348-9100; @emmablack_13