Tuesday happenings: Vinyl, ancient grains & roller derby

Congratulations! You squeezed every ounce of fun out of the weekend and you still made it through a long day at work on Monday. Now it’s Tuesday and you’re looking for a relaxing night out. We found two events with a chill vibe and one that’s, well, a little less chill…


B.Y.O.V. = Bring Your Own Vinyl. Dig through your crates of vinyl and pull out your favorite 45s and LPs for some choice cuts. Holy Hound Taproom in York and Pour in Lancaster host B.Y.O.V. nights every Tuesday. Here’s my choice:  “(Fallin’ Like) Dominoes” by Donald Byrd. Give it a spin.

Exploring ancient grains

This may be the most chill event ever. The Lemon Street Market in Lancaster hosts Exploring Heritage and Ancient Grains with Roberta Strickler. Strickler (who probably has a super relaxing voice) has taught yoga, mindfulness and meditation in Central PA for 20 years. Tonight, she leads a discussion on heritage grains, which are ancient strains that haven’t been hybridized like most mass market grains. Due to a limited amount of space there are only 14 seats available. Call 717-826-0843 to register.

HARD Roller Derby Recruitment night

Maybe you’re not looking for some chill springtime vibes. Maybe you’re not into vinyl or ancient grains. Maybe you’re a lady that’s looking for a little more excitement. HARD (Harrisburg Area Roller Derby) invites you to join the girls in green for its HARD May recruitment night at the Olympic Skating Center in Enola. Find out what women’s flat-track roller derby is all about and meet some other awesome chicks.


Want more? Check our entertainment calendars for live music, bar events & more.


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Posted in Out & About, Out & About – Harrisburg, Out & About – Lancaster, Out & About – York

Mike Andrelczyk is a features editor for Fly Magazine. He is a graduate of Penn State University and currently lives with his wife Stacey in Strasburg. Interests include tennis, playing bad guitar, poetry (poems have appeared in Modern Haiku, The Inquisitive Eater and other journals) and oneirology – the study of dreams – mostly in the form of afternoon naps. His name appears in the title screen of Major League 2.

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