Three picks for what to do in Central PA on Monday, July 13.
1) 3rd Annual Woody’s Concert & Picnic at Black Gryphon (Elizabethtown)
Up for some good booze for a good cause? Woody Guthrie died of complications of Huntington’s Disease – a progressive disease that breaks down brain cells and can result in severe physical and mental decline. Tonight at 5:45p.m., the third annual Woody’s Picnic will take place at Black Gryphon Dining & Spirits. Local musicians Corty Byron, Matt Wenger, Joe Cicero, and Leo DiSanto will be performing Guthrie’s music. There will also be a raffle and a silent auction. As for alcohol, there’ll be beer from Heavy Soul Brewing Company, local wine, and a cocktail menu. Those proceeds will go directly to the Huntingdon’s Disease Society of America. Maybe your guitar doesn’t kill fascists, but your wallet can help kill Huntington’s.
2) Industry Night Karaoke (Lancaster)
Lancaster bar Yorgo’s is hosting industry night karaoke from 10p.m.-2a.m. this evening. Dust off your Abba CDs, maybe get those flared pants you don’t want to admit you own out. Time to show your singing prowess – or, you know, lack thereof.
3) Wings and More at Tourist Inn (York)
If you’re in the York area and looking for something to do – or to just eat as much as you can possibly manage for a reasonable price – you’re in luck. Tourist Inn in Hellam is serving up some 45 cent wings from 11a.m. to kitchen close. You might as well go for their awesome happy hour, too; from 5-7p.m. they have $2 You-Call-Its.
Want more? You don’t have to wait ’til 3 p.m. to check out FLY’s live music, bar entertainment and performing arts calendars.