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Five Fun Free Family Things To Do March 9-11, 2018

March 9th, 2018

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
March 9-11, 2018

5 1st annual K9 Veterans day observance tomorrow (Sat. March 10) 1pm-4pm at Leader Heights Animal Hospital in York. The event will recognize service animals from all organizations in the York area and is an opportunity to pay tribute to dogs and their handlers. The day includes: Hero awards for local service animals, K9 Demonstrations, Food, Fun, and More. More Info: 717-741-4618

4 Singer and songwriter Mark Cable in concert Sunday (March 11) at 4pm at Camp Hill Presbyterian Church. The concert is part of the church’s Music, Art & Drama series. Mark will be doing an acoustic concert in a coffeehouse setting. Admission is Free, donations are appreciated. More Info: TheCHPC.com

3 Spring Fling for Kids tomorrow (Sat. March 10) 11am-1pm at Capital Blue at Hampden Marketplace in Enola. Special guest: children’s author Floyd “SuperReader” Stokes will present a story time. The fun also includes kids’ crafts from Paint & Create, visits with players from Penn FC soccer (formerly the Harrisburg City Islanders) Games, healthy treats, prizes and face painting.
More Info: at the SpringFlingHMP Eventbrite page.

2 Spring Makers Market at Supply in Manheim today (March 9) 6pm-9pm & tomorrow (Saturday, May 10) 9am-4pm. 60 local vendors and food trucks, Walk in Love pop-up shop and more. More Info: CreativelyLancaster.com/Supply

1 Pennsylvania Charter Day, Sunday (March 11, 2018) celebrate Pennsylvania’s history and visit PA museums for free noon-5pm. The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission invites Pennsylvania residents and visitors to celebrate the commonwealth’s birthday. Here are a few museums in our area that you can visit on Sunday for free:
Brandywine Battlefield Park, Chadds Ford
Conrad Weiser Homestead, Womelsdorf
Cornwall Iron Furnace, Cornwall
Ephrata Cloister, Ephrata
Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum, Lancaster
Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg

More Info: StateMuseumPA.org

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