First Friday Events

Bullfrog Brewery

229 W. Fourth St.

10 p.m.

Bullfrog Brewery will host the band Thousands of One from Ithaca, NY. The show will start at 10 p.m. and there will be a five-dollar cover charge.

  • Converge Gallery

140 W. Fourth St.

6 to 9 p.m.

“Suspended in Time” featuring traditional, landscape and cityscape paintings with a twist by artists Jonathan Frazier, Amy Abbatoir, Casey Snyder, Bradley Shoemaker, Lynn Estomin and Holly Shull.

Peter Herdic House

407 W. Fourth St.

Tim Miller presents The 88 Series. The 88 is an ongoing project that will consist of 88 different works with a common background and each piece measuring 8’x 8′.

Eagle Rock Winery

414 W. Fourth St.

5 to 9 p.m.

Open for wine tasting. Featuring the PA Guild of Craftsmen who will have an artist demonstrating one of their skills.


400 Pine St.

5 to 8 p.m.

Featuring Woodland Creations – artful gardenware made with silverware. It’s time to look to spring. Meet Billie and see her new designs.

Gustonian Gifts and GG2

357 & 343 Pine St.

6 to 8 p.m.

Gustonian Gifts and GG2 will be hosting local artists.

James V Brown Library

19 E. Fourth St.

6 to 8 p.m.

Featuring live Bluegrass music with the return of Stained Grass Window in the Rotunda.

Rising Crow Gallery

24 E. Third St.

5 to 9 p.m.

Rising Crow Gallery, which showcases the work of talented artists with disabilities, will feature local artist Paul Clatcher for March. Paul’s beautifully rendered pencil and watercolor pieces are evidence of the work of a truly gifted artist. Other artists with disabilities such as Rising Crow, Shawn Starr and James Baker.

Otto Bookstore

107 W. Fourth St.

5 to 8 p.m.

Otto’s First Friday will introduce two authors: Jodi Moore will sign her children’s picture book, “Good News Nelson” and Walter Brasch, will sign his paperback expose, “Fracking Pennsylvania: Flirting with Disaster.”

Baskin Gallery @ WASD District Service Center

2780 W. Fourth St.

4 to 6 p.m.

Featuring a K-12 Display in celebration of National Youth Art Month.

  • ST’Art Gallery @ Genetti

200 W. Fourth St.

6 to 8 p.m.

March’s featured artist: Sarah Montgomery from Williamsport Area High School.

CH’Arts @ Plankenhorn’s

144 W. Fourth St.

6 to 8 p.m.

Featuring student artwork from Hepburn Lycoming Elementary school and Kindergarten classes at Sheridan Elementary School.

Community Arts Center

220 W. Fourth St.

The CAC will feature several artists and vendors, including:

Kay Buck – fabric.

Debbie Eggers: Susquehanna Soap Works – handmade soap.

Flo English – pottery.

Davena Featherman: SewReusable – handmade reusable items made from found, up-cycled, vintage and recycled fabrics such as wine totes, market bags, insulated lunch totes and kindle covers.

Debra Morris and Angela Kaiser – Earth and spirit inspired jewelry designs.

Natalie Turri – paintings, jewelry and other crafts.

Stacey Losell – beaded earrings, necklace sets and wine glass charms.

Beth Moser – Beaded jewelry.

Penn College Diner Club’s from the School of Hospitality – Penn College Hospitality students will prepare Jambalaya and cupcakes. Children attending First Friday also will get the chance to decorate their own cupcakes.

Robin Myers – lampwork glass beads jewelry.

Sherry Rine – handmade hair bows and headbands.

Trish Strausbaugh – glass work

Linda Wise: Autumn Woods Soap Co. – Handmade soaps.

James V. Brown


First Friday in March at The James V. Brown Library features the return of bluegrass with Stained Grass Window.

Celebrating its 20th year performing, Stained Grass Window has performed at numerous festivals and events throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, as well as recording a number of CDs. This locally-based bluegrass group draws its music from a wide variety of sources, including traditional bluegrass, gospel, jazz and other genres. Bringing solid musicianship, energy and light-hearted humor to the stage, Stained Grass Window’s goal is to offer a good time while the audience sits back and enjoys the show.

Stained Grass Window will perform from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday in the Rotunda Room, just inside the front vestibule of the Fourth Street entrance, easily accessible from the street. Stop in and check out the show as you explore downtown Williamsport. For more information go to or call the library at 326-0536.

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