Scranton Area Events
The Office of Community Relations is pleased to provide information on downtown and area community events. Like us on Facebook to stay up to date with Scranton happenings.
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First Friday, Downtown Scranton, September 4
First Friday serves as a conduit to artists, connecting them to prospective venues, art lovers seeking entertainment, and venues looking to attract new customers. All of these are unified under the vision of using the arts to revitalize downtown Scranton. For more information, visit the website.
South Side Farmers Market, Scranton Iron Furnaces, through October
June 13th – Oct 31st Saturdays only. This initiative of United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s Elm Street Project moved to the Historic Iron Furnaces in 2012. Scranton Iron Furnaces.
Baseball Dreams: They Played the Game, Everhart Museum, through October 2015
Baseball is part of the fabric of northeastern Pennsylvania. For more than 150 years, it has shaped the heritage of the region and provided the major (and minor) leagues with hundreds of players, coaches, and umpires. Baseball Dreams: They Played the Game provides an overview of NEPA baseball from the 19th century to the present day. Historical images and artifacts combine with contemporary work by artist William Chickillo, engaging visitors with both sport and art perspectives as they consider the aspect of our cultural history. For more infomation, visit the Everhart website.
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