“First Friday” is all about the KIDS this week!

Love Carlisle’s page lists all of the great (kid friendly) things going on at First Friday this week.  Come downtown to check it out.  Don’t forget about the other fun family/neighborhood events coming up in the next few days.  This Sunday (Aug 5th) is a Neighborhood Potluck Picnic at Heberlig Palmer Tot Lot (Bring a Dish to Share!) and Tuesday (Aug 7th) is National Night Out.  Loads of great kid friendly events going on in the next few days.  We hope to see our neighbors A LOT this week!

August’s First Friday

Aug 03, 5 – 8 PM
Downtown Carlisle

The following is a list of participating businesses and their activities for August 3rd. Stop by the Downtown Carlisle Association’s/LoveCarlisle.com’s information booth at High and Hanover to get your official First Fridays downtown guide map with all new updates.  First Friday activity updates will be posted on the LoveCarlisle.com website and Love Carlisle’s facebook page.

DCA Event Information Tent – High and Hanover
Carlisle Fire Department Kids Safety Display Sparky the Fire Dog driving a fire engine with lights, sirens, etc. The firefighter’s have a headset they wear and can talk to the kids through Sparky and they have a remote control box for the robot. The thing is about 4’ X 2’ and about 3’ tall.
Sheetz Coffee & Drink Truck
CVM Autopark Paint a Van
CenturyLink Communications Trailer
Artist Market of Pomfret St. – 16 West Pomfret Street – Sidewalk Chalk Art & Kids water games.  Will be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and will offer 20% off Kim Henson Prints and Nettie Price Prints, 10% off Monkey Fart and Lavender Lotion from Chrissy Candle Creations and 25% copper jewelry by Creek Reflections.
Bosler Library – 158 West High Street – Dance, Fairies, Dance performance by Janet Spahr
Carlisle Area Family Life Center – 155 North Hanover Street – Will host an Open House from 5 to 8 p.m. with tours, refreshments and face painting.
Carlisle Early Education Center – 100 E. Pomfret Street – Special Crafts for Kids
Carlisle Bakery – 35 South Hanover Street – Will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 10% all Hershey Ice Cream
The ClothesVine – 134 West High Street – Free necklaces for Kids!
Comfort Suites – 10 South Hanover Street – From 5 to 11 p.m. will have specialty drinks and dining on the patio.
Georgie Lou’s Retro Candy & Gifts – 22 North Pitt Street – Posie the Fairy will be making a special appearance at Georgie Lou’s during First Friday and entertaining kids with her fairy magic!  Stop by and see what enchanting activities she has in store for your little ones. Afterwards, stop inside to get cooled off and enjoy 20% off all journals and 10% off all lunchboxes and toys!
History on High – The Shop – 33 West High Street – Will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will feature:
Lilli’s Place – 10 West Pomfret – Kids foam animal crafts & BBQ Chicken Sliders
Marjories Gems – 21 W Pomfret Street – Free Popcorn and face painting sponsored by Susquehanna Bank
Nancy Stamm’s Galleria – 2 North Hanover Street – Free art pencil with topper!  15% off children’s art kits & children’s tableware sets.  10 off jewelry and art prints
Sadler Health Center – 100 North Hanover Street – Free Sno-Cones & Prizes!  REACH dance performances at 5:30 pm, 6:15 pm, and 7:00 pm.  Kids games including Kid’s bowling, hopscotch, tic-tac-toe toss, face painting, hula hoops & costumed characters!
Simply Well – 28 South Pitt Street – Come out and enjoy free live music in the Courtyard with guest Bushmaster starting at 6:30 pm.  Fresh smoothies onsite by Gaia.  Facepainting and Kids craft table.
Union Fire Company Museum – 35 West Louther Street – Museum will be open for event.
Urban Market of Pomfret St. – 16 West Pomfret Street – Will be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Kids crafts. Special 10% off of marked pieces of Ron Bouder Furniture, 10% off of selected pieces of Polish Pottery, $2.00 fun costume jewelry and a sidewalk sale of selected vintage and gently used items.
Valarie Moyer’s Unique Dolls & Gifts – 152 North Hanover Street – Will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Hula Hoop Contest.

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