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First Friday Events For May 3, 2019

May 1, 2019 GMT

#zeedakaypitstop, works by zeedaKay Pictures, 500 Block of Spruce Street Scranton Fringe Pop Up, works by Elijah Barrett, Dino DeNaples, Cole Hastings, Jessica Meoni and more, 518 Lackawanna Ave. Art by Shawnese Taylor, with music by Jack Goddard, Adezzo, 515 Center St. Architectural Sketches and Acrylics by Lou Shapiro, Albright Memorial Library, 500 Vine St. Dreamcatchers and Jewelry, works by Jennifer Barrett, Alexander’s Spa and Salon, 431 Lackawanna Ave. Works by Belsy Gutierrez, with music by K.A.N.O.B.I., Analog Culture, 349 N. Washington Ave. Clay and Paint: Journeys in Perception, works by Amy Griffith Colley and Stephen Colley, ArtWorks Gallery & Studio, 503 Lackawanna Ave. Drones Eye View, works by Patrick Tighe, with music by Dustin Douglas, Bar Pazzo, 131 N. Washington Ave. For What It’s Worth, works by Sam Barasse, Duffy Accessories, 218 Linden St. “Be Daring. Be Radical. Be Kind.” — meet and greet with the WBS Roller Derby League, artwork by Daring Damsel and friends, Eden-A Vegan Cafe, 344 Adams Ave. Jane’s Walk Scranton, works by Haley Risi and Isabella Parker, 540 Spruce St. Book signing for “On the Edge of Extinction,” by Royal K. Sutton, Library Express, second floor, The Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave. Prints and Pastels, works by Joe Kluck and Mark Ciocca, Marquis Art & Frame, 515 Center St. Open house featuring children and family yoga class, Mind Body Spirit Co-op, 209 N. Washington Ave. SHS Photo Expo 2019 and book reading, by Tara Marta and colleagues, Northern Light Espresso Bar, 536 Spruce St. Point of Departure and Hello Yellow, works by Domonic Messina and Jonathan Merrick; music by DJ Matt Michaylo; POSH at the Scranton Club, 404 N. Washington Ave. Unique Handbags by Kooreloo, with music by Camille Pastore, Runway Luxury Boutique, 128 N. Washington Ave. An Intro to the Art, Science and Joy of Spinning Objects, by Mark Zander, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 232 Wyoming Ave. Amplified Abyss, by Jenny Matthews, The Garden — A Mediterranean Restaurant, 116 N. Washington Ave. Works by Erin Jordan, with music by Mike Stec, The Giving Tree Wellness Center, 311 Penn Ave. “The Porches Project,” presented by the University of Scranton Players, 801 Taylor Ave. Poli Historic Gallery Unveiling, works by various artists with music by CaPAA of NEPA performers, the Ritz Theater, 222 Wyoming Ave. Student Photography, the Sweet Lush Cafe, 507 Linden St. Artwork and music by Andy Redienger, the Wandering Hen Cafe, 305 Penn Ave. Paintings by Lynn Jordan, Trinity Studio & Gallery, 511 Bogart Court Sammy Rivera Photography, Yoga West, 311 Adams Ave. Roving music by Jim Cullen and Jack Bordo, throughout First Friday route