Three picks for what to do in Central PA on Thursday, July 2.
1) Wine-Themed Bath Salt Making at The Vineyard (Hershey)
Total bummer for you: The Vineyard is teaching people who bought their tix before Wednesday at noon to shake up their Thirsty Thursdays and treat themselves at the same time by learning how to make wine salt scrubs. Total non-bummer for you: This is a regular thing, so if you wanna shake up your Thirsty Thursday next Thursday, check out the next installment: a $30 cheese and wine pairing session. Talk about whetting your whistle, right?
2) Rusted Root Concert at Sawyer’s (Harrisburg)
Pack up your battered edition of “The Road to Woodstock” and head on over to Harrisburg. The
artist pub formerly known as Sawyers Cantina will be hosting yet another installment of their free concert series tonight at 7p.m. On tap today are Pittsburgh-based band Rusted Root, modern day hippies and acoustic-world-rock jammers. Don’t know them? Oh, yes you do, if you’ve seen Ice Age, Matilda, or an Enterprise Rent-a-Car commercial.
3) Harrisburg Symphony Free Concert at Lebanon Valley College (Annville)
It’s supposed to be a comfortable 76 degrees tonight in Annville. The forecast calls for no rain, a few clouds, and a lot of beautiful tunes – the Harrisburg Symphony is kicking off their 5-day free concert series tonight at 8pm. (On the very off chance that it does rain, no biggie – the performance will be moved inside to the college’s Blair Music Center Lutz Performance Hall.) Grab a blanket, a lawn chair, and a couple of friends and head on over to enjoy the show.
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.