Three picks for what to do in Central PA on Friday, June 12.
1) Midtown Cinema “Down in Front!” presents Invasion of the Bee Girls (Harrisburg)
Somewhere in here there’s a great and terrible pun about a bee movie, but we won’t subject you to it. This BYOB event features improv comedy troupe “Down in Front!”, taking on a 1970s so-bad-it’s-almost-good classic, wherein something – or someone – is turning the women of a scientific research foundation into queen bee-human hybrids who murder men by – well, we believe the clinical term is “sexing them to death.” Tickets are $5 and the fun starts at Midtown Cinema at 9:30.
2) Flying Fish Brewing Tasting at the Friendly Greek (Lancaster)
Looking to mix up your happy hour routine a little? You’re in luck. The world’s first virtual microbrewery is bringing its wares to the Friendly Greek today at 5 p.m. Flying Fish Brewery manager and representative Barry is bringing his encyclopedic knowledge of the brewery itself and the styles they offer. (Note: seasonal favorite, Farmhouse Summer Ale, will be among the many available for tasting.) This tasting is free, but if we were you we’d bring cash for pizza. It is the Friendly Greek, after all.
3) Thirty Silver at the Fulton Street Co-op (Lancaster)
Tonight at 321 E. Fulton Street, the Fulton Street Arts Cooperative brings you a three-band concert in the rock/punk/alt vein. Thirty Silver, Tigerbomb, and Rochelle Rochelle will all be playing a set. The music starts at 5:30 p.m., and the cover charge is $5.