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Welcome Letter For the past 2 years I’ve had the pleasure of working with the First Night Board – first as a fellow through Leadership Cumberland, then as a Board member, co-chair, and now this year’s chair. It’s a daunting responsibility, especially after a sell-out event last year. I couldn’t do it without a great deal of support from some pretty amazing people.

I am backed by a board of directors who feel as privileged and accountable for First Night Carlisle’s success as I do. In particular, Thom O’Neil, my co-chair, has secured performers who draw record crowds wherever they go along with some favorites who regular First-Night-goers count on seeing year after year. He’s put together a fabulous mix of entertainment and the entire board has worked so hard to make sure you have no problem “Making a Memory” tonight.

Our volunteers – some of whom have been with us since the program’s inception – are also essential to the memory-making. They keep the schedule on track, they keep you safe and informed, and they take care of our venues so the owners feel comfortable donating their spaces year after year.

Tonight’s event would not exist were it not for the generosity of our sponsors and patrons. We thank them from the bottom of our hearts for making this event possible and for affording us the opportunity to hire a night full of talent for you.

Finally, our success depends on you, our attendees. You’re the reason we do this! We hope you enjoy everything the night has to offer. Have fun making some memories – and be sure to share them with us on Facebook. It makes us happy to see you happy! Happy New Year to you and yours! Amy Routson, Director

GOLD sponsor

Carlisle Aerie #1299 26 East High Street Carlisle, PA 17013 717-249-2711


About Us First Night Carlisle is a family-oriented, non-alcoholic celebration of the arts held on New Year’s Eve on the streets of downtown Carlisle. The event is a major visual and performing arts festival created by and for the community to welcome in the New Year. It is a public celebration that revives the ancient tradition of marking the passage of time with art, ritual, and festivity in a present day context.

First Night Carlisle’s mission is to broaden and deepen the public’s appreciation of the visual and performing arts through an innovative, diverse, and quality New Year’s Eve program which offers the community a shared cultural experience that is accessible and affordable to all. It is our pleasure to bring you this very special event.

Our Board:

Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Amy Routson Co-Chair and Venues/Performers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thom O’Neil Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mark Davis Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .OPEN Hospitality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pam Crumb Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ray Loog Volunteer Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Susan Drummer Social Media/Food Court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Katie Daniels Marketing/Online Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mary Ann Parks Social Media and Web Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tanis Monroy Creative Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Susan Orr-Parker

There are many opportunities to be involved. If you would like to be part of First Night Carlisle planning for 2018, please contact us at: FirstNightCarlisle@outlook.com First Night Carlisle also couldn’t exist without the generous support of our sponsors. If your company is interested in sponsorship of First Night Carlisle, please contact us to reserve your spot for 2017/18.


ENJOY THE NIGHT RESPONSIBLY Your First Night button is your access to the festivities. Please wear it on the outermost layer of your clothing so it can be seen easily by our volunteers. First Night Carlisle is a family-oriented, non-alcoholic celebration of the arts. Please create and maintain a safe and inviting atmosphere for your family, friends, and fellow community members.

Be respectful of those around you; mind your volume and avoid profanity.

Please leave alcoholic beverages at home. Non-alcoholic beverages are available at the Food Court. Accompany children throughout the night and at each event. All events are intended to be family-friendly. The Children’s Experience – with several events and activities geared specifically for children – can be found at the Carlisle Arts Learning Center (CALC) located at 38 West Pomfret Street.

Looking for a restroom? There are restrooms located in each venue, as well as in the Carlisle Theatre lobby. You will also find two porta-potties in the JFC parking lot at the corner of Pitt and High Streets. First Aid is available in the JFC parking lot at the corner of Pitt and High.

Trash bins are located up and down High Street. Please make use of them.

Leave the venues as you found them. If you carried anything in, please be sure to carry it out. Trash receptacles can also be found in each venue. NO food or drinks may be taken into the venues.

So that we may continue to make First Night Carlisle a success, please give us your feedback by filling out the survey at the back of this program. There are five short questions on one side, and space for extra comments on the other. You may hand in your survey to a volunteer at any venue, or drop it off at the Theatre office. Done with your program? Please recycle by leaving it with any volunteer.

Don’t forget to enjoy the fireworks at midnight! Join us at the corner of West and High Streets to ring in the New Year, complete with fireworks courtesy of The Tuckey Companies.


THANK YOU TO OUR PATRONS FOR YOUR GENEROUS DONATIONS Roger Giffin

Crystal Kerns & Michael Kennedy Dickinson College

Laura and Brian Gish

Bob and Sally Broyles

Katie Daniels and Sally Ker Amy Routson E. K. Weitzel

Glen and Susan Beinhaur

Diamond6 Leadership and Strategy, LLC Kathy and Marv Salsman Joseph Bourdon DDS Joan Frey Boytim

Ann and Pat Midgley

John and Beverly Mancke Jon and Jane Black

Gordon and Martha Bergsten William H. Hooke Jr.

Marjie and Don Mowery The White Circle Club


PERFORMERS VENUE 1: carlisle tHEATRE 40 West High Street

The Mahoney Brothers

Jukebox Heroes Live: 8:00 – 9:30 pm Long Live the Beatles: 10:15 – 11:45 pm

The Mahoney Brothers, Tim, Brian and Mike, along with Jay Swanson, have performed internationally for over twenty five years. They began their musical career working with the Broadway production of “Beatlemania” and have starred on stage in “Dick Clarks’ Golden Age of Television,” “Legends in Concert” and “Wolfman Jack’s Rock and Roll Revue.” Their television credits include appearances on CBS, The Nashville Network, The Disney channel, and MTV.

The Mahoney Brothers present “Jukebox Heroes Live,” featuring show stopping impersonations of many of the legendary musical acts of the last fifty years. The show includes tributes to The Beatles, Willie Nelson, Neil Diamond, Billy Joel, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, and more! “Amazing! I thought they were lip synching!” ~ Dick Clark

“Long Live the Beatles,” starring the Mahoney Brothers, is the world’s longest running Beatles tribute show. This live musical impersonation show pays tribute to the music, careers and legacy of John, Paul, George, and Ringo. By seamlessly combining note-for-note renditions of classic Beatles songs from “I Want to Hold Your Hand” to “Hey Jude,” multiple costume changes, exact Beatles instruments, and period staging, the show takes the audience on a fast-paced journey through the exciting 1960’s.

“If you want to know what the Beatles were all about, see ‘Long Live the Beatles.’” ~ Alan Williams, Beatles first manager


VENUE 1: carlisle tHEATRE 40 West High Street

Brad Crum as Elvis 5:00 – 6:30 pm

First Night Carlisle has nearly completed its second decade, and each year we look at who should return, relying heavily on feedback from the public. Carlisle’s favorite Elvis Impersonator is one of those artists! If you’re an Elvis Presley fan, you’ll understand the appeal when the transformative magic of Brad Crum takes you back to your youth and makes your hips want to twist and shake. Don’t fight that urge! Join us at the Theatre as Brad takes the main stage and enjoy the glorious early days of rock and roll with the King. Joining Brad on stage will be the BCT Legend Band. http://www.rememberelvis.com/index.html

VENUE 2: west high street Rick on Red

5:00 – 12:30 pm Carlisle’s own Rick Sten of Red 102.3 airs every weekday morning from 6:0010:00 am, but we'll have him all to ourselves, all night long at First Night Carlisle. This one-man Kansas City Chiefs fan club will not only be setting High Street to music all evening . . . he’ll also give us the button-drop countdown, followed by festive tunes to accompany the amazing fireworks display at midnight. Don’t miss it!


VENUE 2: west high street Mountain Carriage Rides 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Mountain Carriage Rides offer you the very best of the holidays with a horse-drawn carriage ride. Snuggle in and cuddle up with your loved ones and enjoy your town’s sights and sounds by carriage.

Life on Fire

4 show times: 6:30 – 6:45 pm, 7:30 – 7:45 pm, 8:15 – 8:30 pm, 8:45 – 9:00 pm

Stand on the corner and be amazed as Phil Johnson and his team of skilled fire artists twirl, spin, throw, and blow flaming sticks, chains, balls, and other objects. Equal parts precision and danger, LIFE ON FIRE will light up the night!

Abeln Arborworks, Wood Carver 7:00 – 11:00 pm

Surgeons come in all types, including “tree surgeons” or “arborists.” At Abeln Arborworks, the spirits of departed trees are uncovered and new life is given to forgotten stumps through the unique “surgical art” of chainsaw carving. Abeln Arborworks is taking off as a local custom chainsaw carving outlet that specializes in animal carvings, including bears, eagles, and fish, but chainsaw carver Brooks Abeln can carve anything you imagine.

www.facebook.com/abelnarborworks

Ice Works with Thomas Long 7:00 – 11:00 pm

Director of Campus Dining at HACC by day, Ice Works sculptor by night! Chef Thomas Long has been sculpting ice for over 20 years and we are lucky enough to have enticed him to wow us on High Street for First Night Carlisle. Be ready to be amazed, and bring your mittens!


First night carlisle 2017 performer schedule 5:00 Venue/Address

6:00

:15 :30 :45

7:00

:15 :30 :45

:15 :30 :45

Elvis - Brad Crum

1: Carlisle Theatre

2: High StreeT First Block(between Hanover and Pitt)

Mountain Ca

3: bosler library

Life on Fire

Life on Fire

Topper Broz

Topper B

Charm City Junction

4: Weiss center 5: united methodist

Doc Dixon

Doc Dixon

Doc Dixon

Children‘

6: carlisle arts learning center (CALC)

Kit Kat Sparkles

7: old courthouse 8: st. john’s episcopal Hospitality Center (For VIPs,

9: first presbyterian

Food Court:

10: CCHs Courtyard

11: Historical society

Frank Hancock

Ray Owen

Ray Owen

Frank Hancock

Frank Hancock

Steppin’ Woofs

Steppin’ Woofs

12: first united church

Steppin’ Woofs

Th Byr

The John Byrne Band

Phyllis Chapell & Steve Jewett

13: st. Paul lutheran Wingin’ It

Wingin’ It

14: stock hall - st. paul Band #1

15: stern center hall 16: corner of west & high :15 :30 :45 5:00

:15 :30 :45 6:00

:15 :30 :45 7:00


8:00

9:00

:15 :30 :45

10:00

:15 :30 :45

11:00

:15 :30 :45

The Mahoney Brothers: Jukebox Heroes Live

:15 :30 :45

12:00 :15 :30 :45

The Mahoney Brothers: Long Live the Beatles

Ice Works with Thomas Long Abeln Arborworks - Wood Carver Rick on Red − RED 102.3

rriage Rides Life on Fire

Life on Fire

Topper Broz

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Charm City Junction

Doc Dixon

‘s Crafts − Face Painting Voxology

Voxology Wild Horse

Wild Horse

Voxology Wild Horse

Patrons and Sponsors) (open to the public) Ray Owen

Ray Owen

Deb Callahan

e John ne Band

Deb Callahan

Deb Callahan

The John Byrne Band Phyllis Chapell & Steve Jewett

Phyllis Chapell & Steve Jewett Wingin’ It

Band #2

The Vulcans

NOTE: These are the correct times for Phyllis & Steve. (The times in the printed program were incorrect.)

W’I Band #3

The Vulcans

The Vulcans Fireworks

:15 :30 :45 8:00

:15 :30 :45 9:00

:15 :30 :45 10:00

:15 :30 :45 11:00

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VENUE 3: bosler library

Topper Broz

3 show times: 6:30–7:15, 7:30–8:15, 8:30–9:15 pm If you love tight harmonies, beautiful melodies, and timeless songs from the 1960s and ’70s, you’ll love the Topper Broz. Mike and Dave Topper and Bud Eckley cover the Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Zombies, and The Who, along with folk-inspired rock from Simon and Garfunkel, Crosby Stills & Nash, and Neil Young, with a smattering of Led Zeppelin, Buddy Holly, Warren Zevon, and www.facebook.com/topperbroz the Grateful Dead.

VENUE 4: Weiss Center

Charm City Junction

2 show times: 7:00–7:45 and 8:00–8:45 pm From dance-inducing Old Time rhythms and foot-stomping Irish melodies to hard-driving Bluegrass, Baltimore-based Charm City Junction creates a fresh soundscape that keeps listeners on the edge of their seats wondering where they’ll go next. The band is comprised of four of the most talented and promising young acoustic roots musicians in the country: Patrick McAvinue on fiddle, Brad Kolodner on clawhammer banjo, Sean McComiskey on button accordion and Alex Lacquement on upright bass. www.charmciityjunction.com

VENUE 5: carlisle united methodist church

Doc Dixon 4 show times: 5:00–5:45, 6:00–6:45, 7:00–7:45, 8:00–8:45 pm

For the past 25+ years, Doc Dixon has traveled with a deck of cards, a chainsaw, and a potato, performing his comedy magic show at resorts, corporate events, and comedy clubs across the U.S. He’s performed with Jay Leno and has twice performed for the First Family at the White House. The #1 trade journal of professional magicians said, “Doc is one of the truly great working magicians and a hilarious performer. He is inspiring on every level.” His “funny, sarcastic neighbor next door” demeanor makes for a clean show even your mom’s mom will love.


VENUE 6: carlisle arts learning center

children’s experience Children’s Craft

6:30–9:30 pm The Carlisle Arts Learning Center (CALC) serves and enriches the community by encouraging creativity and self-esteem through exploration and appreciation of the visual arts. It does this with classes and workshops, exhibits, and participation in community events. Don’t miss the children’s crafts, center tonight, as well as face painting by Kit Kat Sparkles.

Kit Kat Sparkles Face Painting

6:30–9:30 pm Kate Foster, children’s entertainer, specializes in facepainting, stories, and crafts. She’ll be at the Carlisle Arts Learning Center throughout the evening, ready to “make a memory” on the faces of children of all ages.. https://www.facebook.com/kitkatsparkles

VENUE 7: old courthouse Voxology

3 show times: 9:00–9:45, 10:00–10:45, 11:00-11:45 pm “Their love of bluegrass and other traditional music comes through in an incredibly honest way . . . Voxology simply delivers music with tender loving care,” MODE Magazine. “Every now and then you come across an artist that just has ‘IT.’ Voxology fits that bill,” The Scene Monthly. If you’ve been to First Night in recent years, you’ve heard “IT.” If you haven’t heard Voxology’s Les Vonderlin and Kevin Neidig yet, First Night Carlisle 2017 is your chance.

www.facebook.com/voxology/


VENUE 8: st. john’s episcopal church Wild Horse 3 shows: 9:00–9:30, 9:45–10:15, 10:30–11:00 pm

The music of Wild Horse ranges from powerful riffs mimicking turn of the century steam trains, to Texas shuffles, to tight funk grooves. Wild Horse's original music from their newest release, The Manhattan Project, finds its own organic niche in the rock-blues genre, and their live covers are sure to inspire some groovin' with their rockin' and old school vibe.

https://wildhorserocks.bandcamp.com/

VENUE 9: first presbyterian church Hospitality Center * * * Pass required for entry to the Hospitality Center. * * * VIPs, Patrons, Sponsors, and Carlisle Police Officers only.

In appreciation for your generous support, please warm up and enjoy a variety of complimentary food and beverages in our Hospitality Center. There will also be a selection of salads and appetizers courtesy of The Pizza Grille Carlisle. Want to have access to the most exclusive venue at First Night? Become a Patron! More information is available at www.firstnightcarlisle.org.

VENUE 10: historical society courtyard Food Court 5:30 – 11:00 pm

We not only have great music and entertainment lined up for you, we also have a smorgasbord of good eats in the Food Court 2017. Stop by and warm up with a selection of treats featuring:

Toasties Sustainable Table for tasty treats all made with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients

Horner’s Corners Barbecue for all your barbecue and grill treats

Uncle Moe’s Soul Food when nothing but Louisiana style will do

Shorty’s Funnel Cakes because your sweet tooth deserves a great New Year’s Eve, too Located in the courtyard at 33 W. High Street adjacent to History on High, across from the Theatre (Look for the heat lamps and the balloon arch!)


VENUE 11: historical society Frank Hancock

3 show times: 5:00–5:30, 6:00–6:30, 7:00–7:30 pm

Frank Hancock provides “ballroom dance instructions for those who want to learn how to dance quickly while having fun.” Whether you’re a couple cramming for a wedding, your partner has finally convinced you that manly men DO dance, or you like your exercise on the dance floor, this First Night Carlisle event is for you. Let Frank show you how to cha cha and swing like a pro! www.hancockdance.com

Ray Owen

4 show times: 6:00–6:30, 7:00–7:30, 8:00–8:30, 9:00–9:30 pm Songwriter and children’s entertainer Ray Owen has a captivating and truly “kid-tested” style. Ray whips up a veritable feast of classic American songs and stirs in a healthy dose of humor for all audiences to enjoy. Ray’s repertoire has grown to include some 900 songs and encompasses such a range of traditional classics, original songs, and comedy that it’s not hard to imagine why he has such appeal to a wide variety of audiences. Ray is sure to delight parents and kids alike. http://www.rayowenmusic.com/bio_children.htm

Deb Callahan Band

3 shows: 8:30–9:15, 9:30–10:15, 10:30–11:30 pm Philadelphia’s blues- and soul-drenched vocalist and songwriter Deb Callahan grew up in the Boston area, but has been a mainstay on the mid-Atlantic music scene since the late ’90s. She has gained a reputation for writing creative blues-, soul-, and roots-influenced original music and using her powerful, expressive voice to deliver an exciting live show. Blues Revue referred to her as the next Bonnie Raitt and raved, “Philly’s Deb Callahan has the pipes, the songs, and the raw talent to graduate to the next level.” Deb’s 2015 album “Sweet Soul” is still on the Roots Music Report’s Top 50 Blues Album Chart. www.debcallahanband.com


VENUE 12: first united church of christ HALL: Steppin’ Woofs

3 show times: 6:00 – 6:30 pm, 6:45 – 7:15 pm, 7:30 – 8:00 pm

Fieldwood’s Steppin’ Woofs is a group of dog lovers who have another common love – MUSIC! Together with their dogs, they perform choreographed routines to music in a dog sport named Musical Freestyle. This group of returning dog and music lovers is a First Night Carlisle favorite.

http://www.fieldwooddogtrainingcenter.com/SteppinWoofs.htm

SANCTUARY: The John Byrne Band

3 show times: 6:30 – 7:15 pm, 7:45 – 8:30 pm, 8:45 – 9:30 pm

John Byrne’s latest release, The Immigrant and the Orphan, has been called a “powerful, deeply moving work that will stay with you long after you have heard it” (Sing Out). Together 7 years, the band and its Dublin-born front man continue to push the boundaries of Alt-Folk, Americana and Celtic music, honoring and expanding upon the musical traditions of both their native and adopted homes. Their popularity has put them on Festival stages nationwide. “Edgy yet accessible in a Luka Bloom meets Bob Dylan kind of way.” Philadelphia Daily News www.johnbyrneband.com

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Named one of the top 500 jazz vocalists of all time by JazzTimes/Downbeat, Phyllis Chapell performs a unique mix of originals, folk, jazz, and international music, including songs in up to 13 languages from the U.S., Brazil, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. She is accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Steve Jewett, who has performed at countless venues in the MidAtlantic as a solo guitar player (classical as well as rock, country, folk, and blues) as well as with his band the Jewett Brothers. In


addition to guitar, heplays mandolin and percussion…and one of his special gifts is his knowledge of North Indian classical music on the sitar. Steve Jewett fills out the spectrum of this multi-dimensional, multicultural show. www.phyllischapell.com

VENUE 14: stock hall at st. Paul Multiple show times from 6:00 – 11:30 pm

Wingin’ It and Battle of the Bands

A night of music interspersed with comic relief. Carlisle High School’s own improvisation troupe, Wingin’ It, will bring on the laughs with shows at 6:00, 7:30, 9:00, and 10:30 pm. In between, three bands with four distinct styles and musicians all under 18 will battle it out to be named the Best of First Night Carlisle 2017. Taking the stage are: Band #1 (6:45 pm), Band #2 (8:15 pm), and Band #3 (9:45 pm). With all the energy and interest this line-up will generate, be sure to arrive on time (and be patient) – seating is limited!

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NOTE: If you’re coming to see a specific band, please ask a band member which Band # they are.

VENUE 15: stern center hall The Vulcans

3 show times: 8:00 – 8:45 pm, 9:15 – 10:00 pm, 10:30 – 11:15 pm

Vulcans (Band members Nick Lindsay, Aaron Spangler and John Thomas) came together in 2010 in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Harnessing their choral instruction from high school and beyond, Vulcans sought to craft modern Americana tunes using three-part harmony as an instrument in itself, creating winding and bending melodies that sway from major, to minor, and home again. With each member bringing their own unique musical/lyrical styles and temperaments to the band, Vulcans became a truly egalitarian musical outfit featuring alternating lead singers and shifting instrumental arrangements, allowing for a diverse but www.vulcansmusic.com cohesive sound.


VENUE 16: corner of west and high Countdown to Midnight

You may have come for the entertainment, but without question, you should stay for the fireworks! Every year we’re told that this part of the evening gives attendees the biggest bang for their buck.

Carlisle’s own Rick on RED from RED 102.3, helps us countdown to the big event, starting at 11:45 pm. When the fireworks begin at midnight, Rick keeps the tunes rolling to accompany the dazzling display.

We are blessed to once again have the fireworks show sponsored by The Tuckey Companies.

As you stand among the crowd for this year’s First Night Carlisle button drop, you can count on “making a memory” to be treasured for years to come. Happy New Year and thanks for coming.

SURVEY Thank you for ringing in the New Year with us at First Night Carlisle 2017. Please take a moment to give us your feedback so that we may continue to make this an event you look forward to each year.

Surveys can be found at each venue location. Completed surveys can be returned to a volunteer at any venue, or at the Theatre lobby. You may also complete the survey online at www.firstnightcarlisle.org

Thank you! Your opinion is important to us.


the first night carlisle button Each year, after we select a theme for First Night, we ask children from kindergarten through sixth grade to help us design the New Year’s Eve button. In July, we showcase all of the fabulous entries and the Board selects the button that best represents the theme and conveys the spirit of First Night.

Our graphic artist then creates a computer rendering of the original drawing and the buttons are produced for sale. The button then serves as your entry pass for all entertainment, all night long.

This year, we collected over 80 entries. The Cumberland County Historical Society partnered with us to showcase all of our artists, and the Carlisle Regional Medical Center and the Carlisle Arts Learning Center (CALC) afforded us the opportunity to celebrate the artists and their families.

The winner not only has their artwork featured on the button, but also gets to “detonate” the fireworks at midnight and wins a week at CALC Art Camp. Congratulations to this year’s winner: XAVIER CAMPBELL

Xavier is 9 years old and a student at Crestview Elementary. He is shown here with Amy Routson, FNC chairperson (L), and Becky Richeson, CALC’s executive director (R), along with a draft of his awardwinning design.


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January 17th between 11:00am and 10:00pm. Bring in

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FIRST NIGHT CARLISLE 2017 AT A GLANCE PERFORMER

TYPE

SHOW START TIMES (pm)

VENUE

Abeln Woodworks

A

from 7:00 - 11:00

2

Battle of the Bands

M

6:45

14

Brad Crum (“Elvis”)

M

5:00

Charm City Junction

M

7:00

8:00

4

Children’s Crafts

K

from 6:30 – 9:30

6

Deb Callahan Band

M

8:30

9:30

10:30

11

Doc Dixon

M

5:00

6:00

7:00

FIREWORKS!

O

MIDNIGHT

16

Food Court

F

from 5:30 - 11:00

10

Frank Hancock

D

5:00

7:00

11

Hospitality Center (VIP pass req’d)

F

from 5:00 - 10:00

9

Ice Works with Thomas Long

A

from 7:00 - 11:00

2

Kit Kat Sparkles - Face Painting

K

from 6:30 - 9:30

6

The John Byrne Band

M

6:30

7:45

8:45

12

Life on Fire

E

6:30

7:30

8:15

The Mahoney Brothers

M

8:00

10:15

Mountain Carriage Rides

O

from 7:00 - 11:00

2

Phyllis Chapell & Steve Jewett

M

7:00

8:30

9:30

13

Ray Owen

K

6:00

7:00

8:00

Rick on Red - Red 102.3

M

from 5:00 - 12:30

2

Steppin’ Woofs of Fieldwood

E

6:00

6:45

7:30

12

Topper Broz

M

6:30

7:30

8:30

3

Voxology

M

9:00

10:00 11:00

7

The Vulcans

M

8:00

9:15

10:30

15

Wild Horse

M

9:00

9:45

10:30

8

Wingin’ It

C

6:00

7:30

9:00

8:15

9:45

1

6:00

8:00

8:45

5

2 1

9:00

10:30

11

14

To find the location of the performers you’d like to see, match the venue numbers shown above to the map printed in the center spread of this program. TYPE KEY:

A = Art F = Food

C = Comedy K = Kids

D = Dance M = Music

E = Entertainment O = Other


First Night Carlisle 2017 - Performers