In addition to the art exhibits scheduled for the Clarks Summit Second Friday Art Walk July 12, organizers of the Downtown-Go-Around, the Clarks Summit Arts Committee, a non-profit arts organization formed under the auspices of the Abington Business and Professional Association, has planned some traditional Bluegrass fun for the family.
Some of the evening’s lineup at “Bluegrass Night,” July’s theme, includes music by The Coal Town Rounders, 6 to 9 p.m. at the Clarks Summit Borough Building, street vendors with wares such as handmade jewelry, pottery, and headbands made with recycled materials; a book signing with Michael Lally, and the Picnic Stand Food Truck, according to Mari Walker, committee member and owner, Duffy’s Coffee House. In addition, Sole to Soul, 535 South State Street, will host Patrick McLane, paper artist.
For those who have not had an opportunity to attend the Downtown-Go-Around and Clarks Summit Second Friday Art Walk, Walker said, “The turnout has been good in general and the events we add to the Art Walk bring more for people to see… We will continue to work toward bringing our community together, like a block party every month, with live music and more homespun art.”
At the Abington Community Library, Leah Ducato Rudolph, director said, “We are tapping into July’s Downtown-Go-Around theme…We invite you to see our display of Steampunk Jewelry created by Laura Donath.”
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