1st Annual Etown Art Walk and Etown 2nd Fridays

1st Annual Etown Art Walk and Etown 2nd Fridays
Tonight (Friday the 8th) - 5pm to 9pm
Tomorrow (Saturday the 9th) 11am to 5pm
34 Artists 24 Locations
4 Food Trucks
Kid's Activities
10 Live Performances

This is MSIB’s 5th signature event that they have created in the last 2 years. They have partnered with the Elizabethtown Area Chamber of Commerce for this event. The 1st Annual Art Walk will be held in Elizabethtown’s Central Business District. The event will run in conjunction with MSIB’s Etown 2nd Fridays. This is a two day event starting on Friday August 8th from 5pm to 9pm. Then Saturday August 9th from 11am to 5pm. This is a rain or shine event.

The Etown Art Walk will feature over 33 local artists along with 10+ live music performances. Each artist will be set up in a different shop along High St. and Market St. in Etown. The Art Walk will also feature several food trucks, Children’s activities and the Rose 101 FM will be there LIVE both days.

MSIB will also release the 4th Edition of their “Town Map”.

For more information you can follow this event and find a list of the artists and musicians locations by going to www.VisitElizabethtownPA.com or to Facebook at www.facebook.com/VisitElizabethtownPA

Below you will find the information about the musicians:
Friday August 8, 5:00pm-9:00pm:
Split Decision, at Winters Heritage House Museum;
Ed Horan, at Shops on Market;
Mariah Keener at Epic Photography; and
Nick Disanto, at Lynden Gallery

Saturday August 9, 11:00am – 5:00pm:
Adam Brunner, at Epic Photography;
Bruce Campbell, at Winters Heritage House Museum;
Paul Zavitsky, at Ritas Italian Ice of Elizabethtown;
Roger Hammer, at Shoppes on Market; and
Matt Wenger, at Lynden Gallery

Denis Mitchel, from Rose 101 FM will be featuring the event live both days from the Center Square.

Children’s entertainment will be provided by Big Brothers Big Sisters at the Center Square; Winters Heritage House at their location; and First Church of God at their location. There will also be sidewalk art chalk stations for the children at Lynden Gallery; T Blaszczyk Antiques, Vintage & Collectables; First Church of God of Elizabethtown; and ArtSpress.

Also, two clowns, Itsy and Smiley, will be roving the streets.

Additionally, there will be the following food trucks:
Grammy's Kitchen - Church Parking Lot
T&J Ice Cream - In front of Shoppes on Market
Bricker's Fries - Between Hornafius Insurance and Elixio
Big B's Backyard Café - Next to the Post Office

Business - Artists - Medium

Lynden Gallery - Susan Davitti Darling
Lynden Gallery - Tina Myers
Lynden Gallery - Lynn Grubb Hockley
Elizabethtown Library - John Leaman
Folklore Coffee Co. - Jocelyn Ohnemeiss
Epic Photography - Leanne Hickey - Acrylic
T. Blaszczyk Antiques - Nicole Martin - Water Colors
Mayita's Boutique - Linda Berry - Acrylic
Center Square Bakery - Regina Willis - Acrylic
Rooster Provisions - Regina Willis - Acrylic
Heritage House - Bob Chase
Heritage House - Jennifer Ruch - mixed media
Heritage House - Pat Kline
Heritage House - Kathy Graham - hand woven
Andrew Douglass Jewler - Arlinetta Johnson - bronze sculpture
Kairos Massage Therapy - Kelly Cottingham - Acrylic
LKC Michael - Perez Photography
LKC Toni Crowe - Pen/Pencil
Bridal Emporium - Benjamin Howard - Abstract/Acrylic
Artspress Jeneva - Augello - Ceramics/Pastels/Oils
Elizabethtown Advocate - Nicole Becker - Mosaics
Shoppes on Market - Donna Welsh - Acrylic
Stellar Image - Donna Welsh - Acrylic
Thrift “4” You - Debbie Peters - Acrylic
BCS Appliance - Robert Williams - Pencil
BCS Appliance - Sam Phun - Pen/Acrylic
BCS Appliance - Thomas Dower - Pen/Acrylic
Elizabethtown Barbers - David Clemens
1st Church of God - Barbara - Wood Paintings
1st Church of God - Pat Wood - Textile
1st Church of God - Larry Gainer - Photography
1st Church of God - Kim Enck - Water Colors
1st Church of God - Tristan Enck - Tiles
1st Church of God - Joyce Kuzis
Bicycle & Fitness - Joseph Dorsey - Acrylic
Trellis place – Friendship gallery
Turquoise Bear's Emporium - Robert Hill