Fall temperatures may be here, but that didn’t stop folks from turning out last night for the First Friday Lebanon Art Walk for October.

Join us on a walk down Cumberland Street checking out the sights. Participating organizations & locations in Downtown Lebanon included:

  • Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts
  • Corl Family Eyecare
  • The Downtown Lounge
  • Fertig’s Something Bold
  • AA Comics and Cards
  • Lebanon Farmer’s Market
  • Visit Lebanon Valley
  • Pop Up At Fair
  • Re:Create Arts Initiative
  • Lebanon Picture Frame & Fine Art
  • Scott Church’s Living Room

All photos by Will Trostel.

Cindy Fertig of Fertig’s Something Bold displays a crystal assortment on behalf of Natasha and Russel H. of Wizard Hat’s. Wizard’s Hat sells items such as crystals, incense, and oils.
Some of the crystals displayed by Wizard’s Hat at Fertig’s Something Bold on Cumberland St.
Corl Family Eyecare featured a trunk show featuring well-known eyewear brands, plus photography by Rich Walter and music from composer Myles Nixon.
Sharon Zook of Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts and artist John Terlazzo discuss John’s artwork for First Friday. Terlazzo is a visual artist who draws from Indian, Asian, and Middle Eastern influences and cultures.
John Terlazzo is also a musician and had his work for sale during First Friday. Later in the evening, Terlazzo performed a solo acoustic set featuring songs from his upcoming album, Ancient Chains.
Guests enjoying refreshments during the event at Lebanon Valley Council on the Art’s location.
At Visit Lebanon Valley, the PA Breast Cancer Coalition showcased breast cancer related items in support of breast cancer awareness month. From left-to-right: Sam Grove, Kate Appelt, and Sam Grove of the Breast Cancer Coalition.
While medium Jan Helen McGee led Ghost Tours organized by Visit Lebanon Valley, the visitors bureau offered refreshments and breast cancer awareness themed cookies and treats. From left-to-right, Jennifer Kuzo, Jenelle Holloman, and Luanne Hartman.

Read More: Ghost tours of the Lebanon Farmers Market are happening this fall

Longtime Lebanon County guitar player Chip Stanilla appeared at the Lebanon Farmer’s Market, where vendors stayed open until 7pm. Want to see more? Check out John Tice’s post in the Lebanon, PA Happenings group.
This month at the Lebanon Farmer’s Market, the City of Lebanon Police Department is selling pumpkins to raise money for a new K9 unit. Watch LebTown next week for an article with more details!
Keely Strangarity (left) and Lori Bush (right) helped out with the pumpkin sale for the new K9 unit.


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