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About Community Calendar Events

July 18th, 2017

The community calendar is both the literal calendar that you find on our events page as well as the public service announcements you hear DJ’s read on the air.

A few tips for the events calendar:

1.  You can click on any event and find more information.

2.  Color codes (when viewing the calendar by month):

Green: Get up and Go Show guests

Red: Kids Cookie Break Events

Orange: WJTL Live Events

Blue: Community Events

3. To submit your information,  click on the image that says “Add Your Own Community Event”  at wjtl.com/eventswjtl_event_add


Once your information is  submitted, it’s reviewed.  Once approved, it is posted online and also made eligible to be read on the air.    (Be sure to adjust the event time and date in the drop box section because that is the date and time that it appears on the calendar)  We suggest submitting your information at least 2 weeks prior to the event to give ample time for approval and posting.

4.  We try to announce events that make sense for us to mention on WJTL.  So, if an event is about a band or music style that we don’t play,  geared to a very specific audience (like a church business meeting), or Sunday morning events (due to the fact that there are hundreds of churches in the area doing special things every Sunday morning) they would not be listed.  There are several other guidelines, but these are some of the biggies.  Please realize there are many man organizations in the area hoping to share about their special event, because of that, we cannot be available for the posting of events that recur on a regular basis.

5.  PSA’s are free and we do our best to give attention to as many as we can on the air.

If you have any other questions about an announcement you heard or need help,  please email contact@wjtl.com.

  1. Kathie Erdman
    July 22nd, 2011 at 16:14 | #1

    Copied below is information about a benefit concert being sponsored by the Mt. Gretna Cicada Festival in Mt. Gretna, PA. We would be happy to answer any questions about this concert and our organization at 964-3462 or http://www.cicadafestival.com. We would appreciate any publicity you might be able to provide to support this unique and worthy organization – Teen Challenge – whom we are sponsoring for the concert. Thank you. K. Erdman, Publicity Chair, Cicada Festival Committee

    Mt. Gretna Cicada Festival
    Teen Challenge Men’s Choir
    Mt. Gretna Playhouse
    Monday, August 8, 2011
    8:00 PM – $5 admission (all seats reserved)
    Call: 717-964-2046 for tickets now

    This concert is presented by the Mt. Gretna Cicada Festival and ALL ticket proceeds will benefit Teen Challenge, a national organization locally headquartered in Rehrersburg, PA. The Choir is composed of young men from all over the United States, and is truly unique because every member comes from a background of drugs, alcohol and/or crime. Once lost, but now found, the men of Teen Challenge are called to reach others in hopes of helping those who suffer from life-controlling issues. The Choir brings an array of praise and worshop selections that light up the stage. You are sure to be touched as they sing, perform, and testify to God’s transforming power.

  2. October 10th, 2012 at 12:55 | #2

    Calvary Fellowship Homes, a non-profit continuing care retirement community, located at 502 Elizabeth Drive, Lancaster, will hold its annual Flea Market & Bake Sale on Saturday, October 20. A large number of household items will be for sale with nothing priced over five dollars. Bake Sale items are homemade.

    The event will be held in the community’s Fellowship Hall from 8 – 11 a.m. All proceeds underwrite resident activity programs.

  3. stacey
    October 10th, 2012 at 12:59 | #3

    Marlene, you need to click on the Add your event tab at the top of the events page and fill in your information there so that it gets added to the actual calendar and seen by the DJs to be read on the air. Thanks!

  4. March 28th, 2013 at 17:11 | #4

    Thank Stacey.

  5. December 30th, 2014 at 12:57 | #5

    . . . a weekly hour-long experience packed with interesting stories, fascinating people, and lively conversation that will feed your soul. Sponsored by the Ephrata Church of the Brethren
    At Javateas, 1 Dutchland Drive, Ephrata (Behind Pizza Hut)
    Mondays 7 pm to 8 pm
    It’s the talk of the town. The main entrée at Lifetree Café is food for thought. Come enjoy a comfortable, safe place. A place to meet old friends and make new ones. To share your thoughts about compelling topics and hear the thoughts of others. A place you’ll discover ways to serve your community and your world. Sound good? Then Lifetree Café is your kind of place.
    FOR January
    Jan 5 — Declutter Your Life . . . Practical ways to find outer order & inner peace
    Jan 12 – What Your Black Friend Wants You to Know . . . The conversation about race no one is having
    Jan 19 — Breaking the Cycle of Sexual Abuse . . . One brave woman’s story
    Jan 26 — Why Men Hate Church . . . An open forum on the male exodus
    More info . . . Rob at 717-733-1229 reshelman@ephratabrethren.org

  6. Jean Snyder
    February 5th, 2015 at 12:56 | #6

    Creator’s Jublilee is a free event offered the third Friday of each month from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at Oasis Fellowship at the light in Akron above Bible Visuals. Each month highlights a different artist or artist group. February 20th Creator’s Jublilee will highlight dancers, poets, and designers Jan and Arnalda Brenneman. Come and bring a friend! Free coffee, tea, and snacks are available. Donations are appreciated. For more information call: 717-859-5415.

  7. stacey
    February 6th, 2015 at 10:46 | #7

    Hi there, be sure to go the top of the events page and submit your calendar information through the form. Thats how it gets added to the calendar and where the DJs pull from to read items on the air. Thanks.

  8. Mike Franconi
    March 15th, 2016 at 10:27 | #8

    The documentary film “Hush” will be shown at the Allen Theater, 36 East Main St, Annville, Pa. on Sunday April 10 at 1pm. Admission is Free. The film is sponsored by the pro-life committee of St. Paul the Apostle Church.
    One woman investigates the untold effects of abortion on women’s health.

  9. Stacey Stacey
    March 15th, 2016 at 10:32 | #9

    Hi there, be sure to go the top of the events page and submit your calendar information through the form. Thats how it gets added to the calendar and where the DJs pull from to read items on the air. Thanks.

  10. March 25th, 2016 at 18:00 | #10

    Vintage Revival Market is hosting a fabulous sale of vintage goodies on April 9th from 8AM-1:00PM in Manheim, 429 Hossler Road. We will have 25-30 vendors, baked goods, and a BBQ Food truck!!! Come one, come all!

  11. Stacey Stacey
    March 28th, 2016 at 10:18 | #11

    Hi there, be sure to go the top of the events page and submit your calendar information through the form. Thats how it gets added to the calendar and where the DJs pull from to read items on the air. Thanks.

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