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See you on May 3, June 7, Aug. 2 and Sept. 6!

COMMUNITY PAVILION ON SOUTH MAINALL EVENTS 5PM TO 9PM

May 3

Free concert with Brighton Boys

5pm-9pm This pop-rock band puts their own modern twist on a throwback sound, combining classic and current songs with a fresh, new style.

While there, we’ll have shopping, tasty local food, art, kids’ activities, and lots more! Check out over 40 vendors with great shopping, food and activities for the whole family for our May marketplace: Bado’s, Blue Moon Sweet Shoppe, Care Plus, Creatively Clean, Gobbie Chiropractic, Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency, Jewelry Creatuibs by Donna K, LuLaRoe, Makripodis Olive Oil, Mobile Chef, Mr. Gyro, Pampered Chef, Pampered Paw Resort, PGH Crepes, Pink Zebra, Somepawdy Loves You, Swope’s Berries and Bees, The Ivy Green, The Twisted Potato and Tribal Fire Candles.

Plus, check out all that Downtown Washington has to offer!

What’s this all about?

First Fridays is a monthly celebration of music, arts, culture, shopping, great food, and more in the heart of Downtown Washington. Located under the Community Pavilion on South Main Street (home of the Main Street Farmers Market), people from all over the region can meet with artists and local business owners, listen to live music, and eat and drink the best of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Bring the whole family to this FREE unique experience! First Fridays is a summer-long event happening on the first Friday of each month. Stop back soon for more on our 2019 schedule!

Sponsored by The Meadows
Brought to you by The Observer-Reporter

Washington Community Pavillion

Washington Community Pavilion
Across the street from the Observer-Reporter building,
at the corner of South Main and West Wheeling streets.

Observer-Reporter

Located at the Washington Community Pavilion
139 S. Main Street
Washington, PA 15301

2019 Sponsors

Green Mountain Energy
South Hills Auto
Hilton Garden
The Meadows
Budd Baer
Dean's Water Service
Millers ACE Hardware
Washington Business District
Presbyterian SeniorCare
Fresh Media
Observer-Reporter
Washington Health System
Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center