Monday 3 on 3: Baseball, Painting, & Monday Specials

Three picks for what to do in Central PA on Monday, June 22.

1) War of the Roses – Lancaster Barnstormers vs. York Revolution (Lancaster)

If you’re near the Clipper Stadium tonight, you should be aware that the battle of the century (or, well, at least of this week) is raging on tonight at 7 p.m. If you’re interested, tickets are still available; if not, maybe this sweetens the pot: for an extra $20, you can enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet of pig roast, potato salad, dessert, drinks, and more while you watch the War of the Roses rage on… but you have to order those tickets before the game. So grab ’em now! There’s nothing like a little chow while you watch some baseball battle, right?

2) Sip ‘n Paint Party at The Mill (Hershey)

Maybe you can’t be drinking a nice wine at the beach this Monday evening, but you can always drink a nice wine while painting a beach scene, right? Tonight from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Paintezzy has sent an artist to teach you how to recreate a rad beach landscape at the Mill in Hershey. Your $45 ticket has to be purchased in advance, so hop to it; it includes all your supplies, as well as one glass of wine – and you can always purchase more drink and food both before and during your lesson.

3) All-American Monday at Shank’s Tavern (Marietta)

Hit up Shank’s Tavern this evening for All-American Monday, which consists of some awesome specials and some live entertainment. From 5 – 9 p.m., enjoy the Tavern cheeseburger for $2.50, 10 oz Miller Lite drafts for $1, and a buck off any pizza. John and Amy Chapman, along with the Rodman, will be performing at 6 p.m.

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.


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Posted in 3 on 3, Out & About – Lancaster, Out & About – York

Ed Hirtzel is the Summer 2016 Fly intern. She’s currently an English Honors student at Millersville University. Her hobbies include scribbling, writing both fiction and nonfiction, and compiling useless information about cryptids.

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