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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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Five Fun Free Family Things To Do April 13-15, 2018

April 13th, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
April 13-15, 2018

5 The Music for Everyone Community Chorus spring ‘Songs of Hope’ concert , Sunday (April 15) 3pm-4pm at Grace Lutheran Church, Lancaster. The Chorus will perform songs of Hope and Celebration. The concert is free, however Donations will be excepted and will benefit the music scholarship program. More Info: MFE Community Community Chorus Facebook Page.

4 Creatively Lancaster Makers Market, tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) 10am-4pm. A 40 local maker curated pop-up market of talented makers, original creations, unique wares, and local designs at Tellus360, King St, Lancaster. Artists, hobbyists, crafters, creators, bakers, designers, upcyclers, and more!  More Info: The Creatively Lancaster Makers Market Facebook Page.

3 HighHOPES Miniature Horse Challenge tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) at the EquiCentre for Growth and Learning in Grantville. Children ages 8-10 and their parent or guardian are invited to participate. No horse experience needed. Mini-horses provided by the Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association. Children will experience hands-on, fun activities, and horse handling. More Info: www.catra.net.

2 16th Annual Open Fun Horse Show, tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) beginning at 8am at the Friendly Horseman’s Club Show Grounds in Stevens, PA. Sponsored by the PA Arabian Horse Association South Central District this is an all-breed open horse show that is free to spectators. More Info: PAHA.org

1 Skyfest 2018, tomorrow (Saturday, April 14) 11am-4pm at Sky Summer Camp, Harrison School Rd, Grantville. Bouncy houses, trampolines, games, prizes, bunnies, face painting, balloon animals, sports contests, ice cream, hot-dogs and more. Find out about Sky Summer Camp and you could even win a week at camp. More Info: https://skysummercamp.org/skyfest/

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do March 16-18, 2018

March 16th, 2018 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
March 16-18, 2018

5 The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg Celebrate Nature Indoors today (Friday, March 16) 5:30pm-7:30pm at The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg. Hands-on tree identification and learning with Weiser State Forest staff and an appearance from Smokey Bear. This after hours event, held as part of 3rd in the Burg, will be held on the third floor in Mammal Hall. Free admission and refreshments. More Info: http://statemuseumpa.org/events/

4 FREE Easter egg Hunt tomorrow (Saturday, March 17) beginning at 9:30am at Fleetwood Bible Church North of Reading. Entertainment provided by Marian & Friends. The Easter Egg Hunt is for ages 1 thru 12. Bring your basket! More Info: FleetwoodBible.org

3 A Celtic concert with Seasons, Sunday (March 18) 1:30pm at Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill. Seasons is comprised of siblings Mary-Kate, Mary-Teresa, Mary-Grace, Mary-Clare and Peter who play Celtic and American folk music featuring Celtic harp,hammered dulcimer, violin, mandolin, guitar, penny whistle and piano. More Info: FredricksenLibrary.org

2 The 35th Annual York St. Patrick’s Day Parade, tomorrow (Sat. March 17) begninning at 1pm. The parade will step off from Market and Penn streets and proceed east on Market to the block between Duke and Queen streets, with several related activities before and after. More Info: YorkSaintPatrickDayParade.org

1 Harrisburg St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Sunday (March 18) beginning at 2pm. Pipe and drum bands, marching bands, floats and Irish dance groups. The Parade begins at Walnut Street, heads down 2nd Street and ends on North Street. The Lucky Charm 5K/10K Race will take place prior to the parade. More Info: HarrisburgStPatricksDayParade.com

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Five Fun Free Things To Do August 5-7, 2016

August 5th, 2016 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend – August 5-7, 2016

5 The Pennsylvania Artist Blacksmiths’ Association annual “Blacksmith Day” tomorrow (Saturday, August 6) from 9am to 4pm at Old Dry Road Farm in Wernersville. Forging demonstrations, a hands-on instruction area, a children’s activities, and a forging contest among the blacksmiths.  More Info: pabasite.org

4 25th Season of St. Peter’s Musical Arts Concert Series featuring Lancaster British Brass Band at the church on Delp Road in Lancaster Sunday (August 6) at 7pm. Dr. Stephen Allen conducts the Lancaster British Brass Band in a program borrowing from classics, marches, hymns, pop arrangements, solos, and original compositions. More Info: StPetersLutheran.org

3 The Annville-Cleona Washington Band is celebrating their 160th Birthday Sunday (August 7) at 2pm at the Annville-Cleona High School auditorium. Bring your instrument along and play with the band during the second half. More Info: WashingtonBand.com

2 Free Leola Community Waterslide Day on Sunday (August 7) From 1 to 4pm at the Zion Lutheran Church in Leola. Bring your towels. Free food, 4 huge waterslides, and more. No registration required. Bring your lawn chairs. More Info: ZionLeola.org

1 Lancaster Family Fest tomorrow (Saturday Aug. 6) 10am-2pm at Musser Park in Lancaster. Over 20 local Foster Care and Adoption Agenecies on hand to raise awareness and to celebrate local Foster Families.  Free games & activities, Food trucks, Cavod Academy of the Arts, Juggler Chris Ivey and more.  KCB pop up party with games, free goodies and Lisa Broadcasting Live. More Info: LancasterFamilyDay.com

5 FUN FREE WEEKEND TODO’S

June 1st, 2012 No comments

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! June 1, 2 and 3, 2012

5) York Libraries Kick Off Event tomorrow (Sat. June 2nd) from 9am-2pm at the Sovereign Bank Stadium in York.
York County Libraries and The Healthy York County Coalition Offer a Theme-Based Program that promotes Reading and Physical Activity among children during the summer. Kids Cookie Break broadcasting live! More info: yorklibraries.org

4) Soccer Shots Free Soccer Clinic for ages 3 to 8, tomorrow (Saturday, June 2) beginning at 9am at Conestoga Valley High School.  Food, games prizes. Donations benefit Global Goals. More Info: lancaster.soccershots.org

3) Ken’s Gardens 40TH Anniversary Event tomorrow (Saturday June 2) 8AM-5PM at both the Smoketown and Intercourse locations. Refreshments, Master Gardeners on hand with gardening advice, Jesse Rothaker and His Reptile Friends and more! More info: kensgardens.com

2) Sunday In The Park with LEFC at Lititz Springs Park, Sunday, (June 3rd) 11am – 5pm. Bounce Houses, Dunk Tanks, Volleyball Competitions and more. Former Harlem Globetrotter Seth Franco, Jesse Rothacker and Forgotten Friends Reptiles. More info lefc.net/sundayinthepark

1) “The Day” at New Holland Park tomorrow (Sat. June 2nd) from 10AM-10PM. Worship bands playing throughout the day, including Christopher Wright, SisterBrother, Brad & Rebekah, Brothers McClurg, and more. Acoustic cafe at 10 am. There will be food vendors and a kids zone, featuring bounce houses, face painting, and a concert by Jim Rule. The rain location is at Petra Christian Fellowship in New Holland. More info: thedayofworship.com

5 FUN FREE TODO’S

May 18th, 2012 No comments

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! May 18, 19 & 20

5) Elizabethtown’s Reading on the Square: tomorrow (Saturday May 19)from 10AM-1PM. Free books, reading time, programs, and the chance to win prizes from local businesses.
More info: www.etownpubliclibrary.org

4) Freedom Fun Fair – tomorrow (Sat. May 19th) from 10AM-2PM at Lebanon Valley Bible Church.  Games, Pony Rides, Balloon Animals, A Petting Zoo, Cotton Candy, A Bounce House, Face Painting, Train Rides, Food, Fun for all ages and Much, Much More!  Rain or Shine!  (717) 867-4403. More info: lvbiblechurch.org   

3) A night of music with Singer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist – Terry Bone tomorrow (Sat. May 19th) at 7PM at Hosanna A Fellowship of Christians in Lititz.  A Choir, full band and special guests. A love offering will be taken. This is a goodbye concert, Terry is leaving to minister in Norway. More info: hosannalititz.org

2) 29th Annual Rhubarb Festival today (Fri, May 18) and tomorrow (Sat. May 19th) 9am – 6pm at Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse  “Best Rhubarb Dessert In Lancaster County” baking contest • World’s Only Rhubarb Race Car Derby • Rhubarb Stroll (min parade) • Whoopie Pie Filling Contest • Musical entertainment, food demonstrations & samplings. More info: kitchenkettle.com

1) Sertoma Chicken BBQ at Long’s Park tomorrow (Saturday, May 19) Long’s Park LAncaster.  KCB Broadcasting live 9am to noon, then a full day on the Weaver’s Garage Stage from noon til 5pm featuring Bruce Fite, Kimberliana, Chuck Gibson Band, DKers, WJTL Talent Challenge, and The Beggar Folk.  More info at WJTL.com

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY WEEKEND THINGS TO DO

October 21st, 2011 No comments

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! October 21, 22, 23

5)Coffeehouse and Open Mic Night with Ben Rothermel tonite (Fri, Oct 21, 2011) 7PM – Fri, Community Room on Prince, 19 North Prince Street (3rd Floor above Prince Street Cafe) Lancaster. www.veritaschurchpa.org

4) Fall Music Fest, Sunday (Oct 23, 2011) 3PM 4:30PM Grace UMC, Carlisle. Sponsored by the Carlisle Cooperative Ministries – celebrate music, fun, and Christian fellowship  This event is free. More info: 258-1949

3) “2nd Annual GEARS Fall Festival to be held at the Elizabethtown Fair Grounds tomorrow (Saturday, October 22, 2011) 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. rain or shine. The Festival will be a family-friendly event that features entertainment, food, crafts, games, and children’s activities. www.getintogears.org

2) Lancaster Recreation Commission Fall Family Fun Fest, tonite (Friday, Oct 21) 6-8pm. Hayrides, campfire, S’mores, storytelling, flashlight tag and more. Conestoga Pines Barn off Pitney Rd.  www.lancasterrec.org

1) Celebrate Reptile Awareness Day with Jesse Rothacker of Forgotten Friends and the Lancaster Herpetilogical Society tonite (Friday, Oct 21) 7pm at the North Museum in Lancaster. Tonite’s feature will be Pennsylvania’s most venomous snake – the Timber Rattlesnake.  Its free. www.lancasterherp.org

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