Here are some awesome things to look forward to next month around Central PA!

March 1

Exploring Realities: An Artist’s Perspective

An artistic collaboration of work from local artists Megan Nelson, Thomas Valentine, and Burton Aulisio that explores how each experiences their own artistic reality. The exhibit will include images and sculptures of creatures, stars, and galaxies. The show opens on First Friday, March 1, from 5pm-9pm. Visit Mulberry Art Studios at 19-21 N. Mulberry Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603.

March 8

Kilmaine Saints at the Abbey Bar

‘Tis this season for Kilmaine St. Patrick’s day as the Harrisburg based Celtic Rock / Irish Punk band returns to Appalachian Brewing Company’s Abbey Bar for this annual bash. Doors open at 8 p.m., show starts at 9 p.m., tickets are $7 in advance & $10 at the door. This is a 21+ event. The Abbey Bar at Appalachian Brewing Company is at 50 N. Cameron Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101.

March 10

Sunday Funday with Apes of the State

Check out this free show with local Lancaster’s folk punk darlings, Apes of the State at the funky Basura Thrift Boutique. Mimosas & light food will be available, along with a storewide buy one, get one-half-off storewide sale. Basure Thrift Boutique is at 106 E. King Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602

March 12

Wooden Table House Concert Series

The Wooden Table House Concert Series returns with Jesse Barki, Lyle de Vitry, and Eliza Edens on Tuesday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. The evening is BYOB and a potluck so bring stuff to share. Admission is on a sliding $10-$15 scale and this is a 21+ event. The series can be found at 314 W. Orange Street, Lancaster, PA 17603.

March 16

An Evening with Sarah St. Vincent and Kimi Grant at Midtown Scholar

Midtown Scholar Bookstore welcomes two authors with new novels set in the rugged beauty of the Pennsylvania mountains. Sarah St. Vincent and Kimi Grant will be at the bookstore for readings and conversation about Ways To Hide in Winter and Fallen Mountains respectively on Saturday, March 16, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Visit Midtown Scholar Bookstore at 1302 N. 3rd Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102.

March 20

Portland Cello Project perform Radiohead’s OK Computer at Appell Center for the Performing Arts

Check out this alt-classical group from Portland, Oregon paying tribute to Radiohead’s classic 1997 album OK Computer. The cello project is more than just cellos. They bring a orchestral ensemble including brass, percussion, and guest vocals by Patti King of The Shins. The Appell Center for the Performing Arts is located at 50 N. George Street, York, Pennsylvania 17401.