Jan 11, Feb 8, March 8, April 12. All workshops run from 6-8PM. Course Content/Description: This workshop will show you EXACTLY what you need to turn a piece of creative writing into a published book that can be sold online. Students bringing their own laptops would be extremely helpful, but not mandatory. Students may also bring files on flash drives. Word Documents, PDFs, and jpeg documents can be used. Students should bring materials for taking notes — pen and paper or phone. Google Docs app would be very helpful to writers who have not finished their stories or who are… read more »
First Friday January 2022
Entertainment, shopping, music, and the arts all in York PA! Enjoy jazz, vintage shopping, art gallery walks, and extended dining hours in the first First Friday of 2022! The Parliament Arts Organization (116 E. King): Open 5-9 pm. Shop Small Pop Up event featuring 4 local small businesses: Pluto Mas, Gifted Pressure, Dripped Gawd, and House of Aries. Stop in to support these local artists and business owners. Shops include clothing, jewelry, accessories, art, and more. Pluto Mas, Gifted Pressure, and House of Aries will be hosting their pop ups all month long. Dripped Gawd is one day only…. read more »
Parliament Arts: Light Up York
Be the best gift-giver by shopping at Light Up York in the Merry Merchant vendor area and shop throughout Downtown York, PA. The Merry Market will feature more than 20 artisan craft vendors, offering a variety of handmade gifts for the Holiday season. Enjoy live music, kid-friendly activities, food trucks, beer tasting, and shopping for the most unique gifts. Merry Market is being held to support local artists and downtown merchants on Shop Small Saturday. Join us for the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in Continental Square at dusk. Attorney Devon Myers serves on the Parliament Arts Organization Board.
November 2021 First Friday
Enjoy the Parliament’s highly popular arts extravaganza this First Friday from 5-9pm and get swept up in the creative energy of York! Discover innovative exhibitions, performances, and perhaps a few surprises as you walk through the Royal Square District. The Parliament will see anywhere from 500 to 1,500 patrons throughout the extended hours on First Friday. Attorney Devon Kolomick Myers serves on the Parliament Arts Organization Board.