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Cello Fury Benefit Concert

June 3rd, 2022 No comments

Cello Fury in Ephrata for One Night Only Benefit Concert
Ephrata, PA: Pittsburgh based cello rock group, Cello Fury, will be in concert for one night only at Ephrata Church of the Brethren (201 Crescent Ave, Ephrata) on Friday, June 3 at 7:30 pm. All proceeds from the concert will go to support a summer mission trip to the Dominican Republic where 13 members of the Ephrata Church of the Brethren are scheduled to travel to complete construction on a community medical facility. Tickets can be purchased online at this link or with cash at the door while supplies last. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

About Cello Fury: A cello rock powerhouse featuring three cellists, including founder and Lancaster County native Nicole Myers, Cello Fury’s original music combines the symphonic sounds of the cello with driving rock beats. The band’s cinematic, progressive rock sound appeals to a diverse audience throughout the United States and abroad. Cello Fury’s multi-faceted approach to performing, which combines high-energy live shows, music education, workshops, and tours, has allowed the band to perform over 100 concerts yearly in venues ranging from classical music halls and rock clubs to schools and music festivals. As an independent band, Cello Fury has released three albums of original music, including “X” (2018), “Symphony of Shadows” (2013), and “Cello Fury” (2011).

For more information, email stacey@ecob.church or call us at 717.733.1229.

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A Night of Copland

October 23rd, 2021 No comments

Enjoy the iconic and hope-filled music of Aaron Copland played by the Cairn Chamber Orchestra, led by conductor Thomas Hong and featuring Cairn faculty soloists Robin Massie and David Shockey. The evening also includes Cairn student musicians performing a movement of the exuberant Schumann Piano Quintet. Free will offering.

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Hempfield Community Outdoor Bash

September 25th, 2021 No comments

The Outdoor Bash is a free concert event at Hempfield Church of the Brethren. This event is to be a fun and entertaining community event where people can enjoy food, fellowship, and a Gospel message through music and speakers. Local favorites such as The New Haven and Matt Wheeler will be performing. Food trucks will be on location to purchase food from. There will also be information tables for local churches and organizations to share their resources with those who are interested. Donations are accepted to help cover costs. You can find more information at hempfieldcob.org or on our Facebook page, Hempfield Church of the Brethren.

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Five Fun Free Family Things To Do Jan 8-10,2016

January 8th, 2016 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend – January 8-10, 2016

5 East Shore YMCA Health Fair, tomorrow (Saturday, January 9) beginning at 8am – North Front Street in Harrisburg. Free and open to the public. The event will include health screenings, over 25 health related vendors and healthy cooking Demonstrations and classes. More Info: 717-433-7500.

4 Saturday Lego Madness, tomorrow (Saturday, January 9) 10:30-11:30am at the New Cumberland Public Library. Children of all ages are invited to hear Mr. Tom Gross, from the Lions’ Club, read a story and then are encouraged to create a Lego piece that reflects the story. Legos are provided. No registration is required. Sponsored by The New Cumberland Lions Club. More Info: 717-774-7820

3 LaLaLuna, a new women’s vocal ensemble, Epiphany Concert at East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church, Lancaster, Sunday (Jan 10) at 3pm with special guest singer/songwriter Daryl Snider. The concert is free but you are invited to help assemble hygiene kits for Mennonite Central Committee. LaLaLuna performs a mix of classical choral music and contemporary jazz and pop. Christmas music arrangements will also be performed. More Info: TownLively.com

2 Experimental Finger Tapping Guitarist Alex Brubaker will perform at Emmaus Road Cafe, Lincoln Hwy East in Lancaster tomorrow (Saturday, January 9) at 7pm. Alex is known for his percussive finger style, live looping, multiple guitars, and fretboard experimentation. More Info: http://emmausroadcafe.org

1 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show – the largest indoor agricultural exposition in the nation, tomorrow and Sunday (January 9 & 10) 8am-9pm both days at The Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg. 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibits. The Farm Show is free, however there is a cost for parking. More Info: farmshow.state.pa.us

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend

November 13th, 2015 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend – November 13-15, 2015

5 Friendship Community Harmony Concert Sunday (Nov. 15) from 7-9pm at Forest Hills Mennonite Church in Leola. Featuring performances by: The Friendship Community Worship Team, Spare Parts, OMPH Children’s Choir, Landis Homes Men’s Ensemble, and Lancaster Mennonite Men’s Ensemble. A freewill offering will be collected and all proceeds benefit adults with developmental disabilities served by Friendship Community. More Info: www.friendshipcommunity.net

4 FREE F&M College Orchestra in Concert tomorrow (Saturday, November 14) 8pm at the Barshinger Center on the Campus of F&M College. More Info: FandM.edu

3 Building LEGOS and the Food Bank in Lititz tonight (Friday, November 13) 5-8pm at Beers and Hoffman Architecture, North Water Street in Lititz, PA. Bring canned food items for the Warwick/Lititz Community Food Drive and then stay and build with Thousands of Legos. More Info: 717-625-0400

2 Rock the Asylum Concert featuring Stuart Young and Mariah Keener, tomorrow (Saturday, November 14) 7-9:15pm at Lifepoint Church, Hillcrest Avenue in Harrisburg. Concert and FREE food. More Info: lifepointpa.org

1 The Beggar Folk in concert at Emmaus Road Cafe tomorrow (Sat. Nov. 14) beginning at 7pm.  The Beggar Folk are Josh and Trista Lamb, folk singer-songwriters from Lancaster. Emmaus Road Cafe is located on Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster. More Info: emmausroadcafe.org