Those walking to and from eateries and driving through downtown Tunkhannock on Friday evening were treated to an amalgamation of arts and crafts, from sidewalk art created by (top, from left) Erin Burke, Roger Staron and Aiden Learn to a blend of folk and country songs rendered by popular local guitarist Jessica Illuzzi (above, right). It was all part of the borough’s Fourth Friday celebration, during which specialty shops and eateries stay open until 8 pm.
Photos by Rick Hiduk
Michelle Thomas (above, left) and Mary Sadauckas leisurely work on paintings as the sun slowly sets on Tioga Street.
Carmina Chapp (seated above) of Harvey’s Lake hones her spinning skills in front of Mercantile 22 with manager Lisa Tizzoni.
Painter David Reed pauses to show his progress on a rendering of the facade of PreHempt CBD Boutique on Friday evening.
Diners fill the front window and sidewalk seats at Twigs Cafe.
Sue Palackas (above) describes her painting style as “kaleidescope.” She starts with water colors, dabs them with plastic wrap before drying, then paints geometric shapes on the blotches until she sees something begin to emerge.
Amanda Robinson (above) likes to adorn found objects, in this case, a Ford truck door panel from the early 1960s.
Jessica Illuzzi got some percussional assistance from Shawn Bennett (above).
Random Fourth Friday street scenes: