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Christmas Spirit Light Show Giveaways

November 20th, 2017 No comments

The Christmas Spirit Light Show is a mile-long drive-thru Christmas light display featuring an immersive experience for the whole family! There are hundreds of thousands of color-changing lights, all dancing in sequence with Christmas music. It’s open this holiday season at the Manheim Township Community Park. Click here for more information.

Tune in to WJTL all day long on Winning Wednesday, November 22nd, for chances to call in and win Christmas Spirit Light Show passes! (The prize per winner is a pass good for one vehicle.) Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90). Listen for the DJs’ cues to call in and win.

Thank You Extraordinary Givers

November 19th, 2017 No comments

THANK YOU WJTL FAMILY!
YOU ARE EXTRAORDINARY GIVERS!!!

You helped WJTL raise $180,033 during yesterday’s Extraordinary Give. It means a lot to us, and to our mission going forward, when you support WJTL.

Thank you also to Lancaster County Community Foundation and their sponsors for championing giving and generosity and for celebrating many great organizations from our community.

Thank You for investing in the lives of thousands of listeners impacted daily by this ministry. We think our listeners are extraordinary every day of the year.

Extraordinary Give is TODAY!!!

November 17th, 2017 No comments

The Extraordinary Give is happening NOW.  This is Lancaster’s biggest day of online giving, but you don’t have to be from Lancaster to donate to WJTL.  Over 400 Non-Profit Organizations are participating.  Your donations are stretched by  $500,000 from the Lancaster County Community Foundation and their sponsors. There are also special incentives and bonuses for organizations.  Last year you helped WJTL raise $164,744.  The Extraordinary Give was created to encourage and inspire giving.  We want to invite you to donate to WJTL by CLICKING THIS LINK NOW!  We know there are many worthy organizations vying for your attention and donations. Please consider supporting WJTL-Creative Ministries Inc.  Thank you for believing in the ministry and mission of WJTL.

Trust Concert: Chamber Singers 10th Anniversary Concert

October 27th, 2017 No comments

Join an evening of a cappella masterpieces celebrating the milestone of 10 years from the date of the Chamber Singers’ first concert. The program will feature this year’s ensemble performing favorite repertoire from the past decade as chosen by Chamber Singers alumni. The concert will end with a rousing finale performed by Chamber Singers, both past and present.

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do September 15-17, 2017

September 15th, 2017 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
September 15-17, 2017

5 Salvation Army Lancaster Back Yard Bash-Block Party tomorrow (Sat. Sept. 16) from 10am-2pm at the Salvation Army in Lancaster. Free food, games, prizes, clowns, music, magic show, and STEVEN COURTNEY! More Info: 717-397-7565

4 Lititz Area Mennonite School 40th Annual Fall Festival, tomorrow (Saturday, September 16) 4-8pm at the school on Newport Road in Lititz. Pumpkin Bowling, Pumkin Painting, hay rides, food trucks, and live worship music. More Info: Lams.Info

3 Homestead Day Festival tomorrow (Saturday, Sept. 16) 10am-2pm at Homestead Village, Lancaster. Bounce House, Wagon Rides, Balloon Art, Crafts, and concerts by Phredd and the Twin Rose Community Band. More info: HomesteadVillage.org

2 Denver Fair, continuing today 10am-10pm and tomorrow 9am-9pm (Friday & Saturday Sept 15 & 16) at Denver Memorial Park. Rides, Games, Music, Jello Eating Contest, Hot Wings Eating Contest, Cornhole Tournament, Exhibits, Animals and more. More Info: TheDenverFair.com

1 East Petersburg Days tonight 6-10pm and tomorrow 8:30am-11pm (Friday & Saturday Sept 15 & 16) at East Petersburg Park. Kids Fun Run, Totally 80s 5k, Parade, Music, Chili Cookoff, Rides, Fireworks and More. More Info: EastPetersburgDay.com

Singer – Songwriter duo Ben and Joe at Emmaus Road Cafe

August 26th, 2017 No comments

Singer – Songwriter duo Ben and Joe at Emmaus Road Cafe on Sat. Aug. 26th at Emmaus Road Cafe in Lancaster. Doors open at 7:00pm, and the music begins at 7:30pm. Ben Hallowell and Joe Navin started playing for the first time in the beginning of 2013; by ingraining themselves in several open mic communities and starting several others, Ben & Joe have become a staple in the underground music scene that is alive and well in Lancaster, PA. With catchy songs, original takes on classic covers, and innovative arrangements, Ben & Joe captivate listeners young and old with their easily digestible music and casual manner, all with a comedic timing that leaves audiences chuckling sensibly and wanting more.

https://www.benandjoemusic.com/

Admission to the event is free. Emmaus Road Cafe offers coffee drinks, Italian sodas and baked goods for sale. The cafe is located at 1886 Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster. More information can be found at http://www.emmausroadcafe.org or on the cafe’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/EmmausRoadCafe. Emmaus Road Cafe can be contacted via email at emmausroadcafe@org, or by phone at 717-478-3672.

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Blue Sky Falls Playing at Emmaus Road Cafe

August 12th, 2017 No comments

Blue Sky Falls Playing at Emmaus Road Cafe on Sat. Aug. 12th. Doors open at 7:00pm, and the music starts at 7:30pm. Founded in 2015, Blue Sky Falls (formerly known as the Juan Catorce band) offers listeners soaring three part harmonies, intricate interplay between instruments, and an evident love for making and sharing their music. Their three songwriters, Brad Rhine, Rob Dunham, and Nate Miller, cowrite and collaborate on new music, building a stable of modern indie pop songs with a spiritual edge.

Brad plays electric guitar and ukulele, and sings lead on most songs. He’s surrounded by fellow vocalists Nate Miller on acoustic guitar and Rob Dunham on keys. With Brad’s wife Jen on bass and Jerry Heim on drums providing an unshakeable rhythm section, their sound is constantly evolving. Blue Sky Falls released their self-titled first EP in the summer of 2016.

Admission to the event is free. Emmaus Road Cafe offers coffee drinks, Italian sodas and baked goods for sale. The cafe is located at 1886 Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster. Questions can be directed to emmausroadcafe@gmail.com or at 717-478-3672.

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do Aug 11-13, 2017

August 11th, 2017 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
August 11-13, 2017

5 Challenger Football and Cheerleading, tomorrow (Saturday August 12) at Calvary Church Gym, Lancaster, 9am-12:30pm. Challenger Football and Cheerleading is for young people ages 5 to 25 with physical and/or developmental disabilities in Lancaster County to participate and enjoy team sports. Kids Cookie Break will broadcast live with cookies, giveaways and more! More Info: UDServices.org

4 That Pet Show tomorrow (Saturday, Aug. 12) noon-1pm at That Fish Place – That Pet Place, Centerville Road, Lancaster. Reptiles, amphibians, small pets and more! Learn about animal diet, habitat, communication, adaptation, and more! The free show is hosted by animal expert Stacy Davis. More Info: ThatPetPlace.com

3 Revelation Festival tomorrow (Saturday, Aug. 12) 3pm-9pm at Kochenderfer Church in Lebanon. Concerts by Remix Worship, Silent Culture, Damaskus Road and many more. More Info: Rev-Fest.com

2 Blue Sky Falls in concert at Emmaus Road Cafe, Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster, tomorrow (Sat. Aug. 12) Doors open at 7:00pm and the music starts at 7:30pm. More Info: EmmausRoadCafe.org

1 The Alpha and Omega Community Center Family Fun Fest, tomorrow (Saturday, Aug 12) 9am-noon at Mountville Church of the Brethren. Pancake breakfast, kids fun run, dunk tank, minute to win it games and more. Learn about what the Community Center is doing for the Hispanic community in Lancaster. Kids Cookie Break on location. More Info: AlphaYOmega.WS

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do July 21-23, 2017

July 21st, 2017 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
July 21-23, 2017

5 The Ephrata Concert Band in concert on Sunday (July 23) at 7:15pm at the band shell at the foot of Cocalico Street in Ephrata Borough’s Grater Park. Bring folding chairs. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will take place inside the Ephrata Recreation Center.
More Info: (717) 738-3084

4 Lifeway Christian Store Harrisburg Kids Day, tomorrow (Saturday, July 22) from 10am-2pm. Games, face painting, snow cones, and a visit from Bob and Larry. More Info: lifeway.com

3 Long’s Park Summer Saturday Music Series tomorrow (Saturday, July 22) beginning at 7:30pm at The Long’s Park Ampitheatre in Lancaster, featuring a free concert by The Steven Courtney Band and Mark DeRose & The Dreadnought Brigade. More Info: Longspark.org

2 Family Fun Night, Sunday (July 23) from 6pm-8pm at Bible Fellowship Church of Ephrata. Reptile show by Jesse Rothacker of Forgotten Friend Reptile Sanctuary & a concert by Phredd. More Info: 717-733-2526

1 Lebanon Area Fair 2017 from kicking of tomorrow (Saturday, July 22) and continueing thru Saturday, July 29. 8am -10:30pm each day at The Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds. Free admission from 8am to 3pm daily.  Children under 10 years of age admitted free all day, every day. More Info: www.lebanonareafair.com

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do May 19-21, 2017

May 19th, 2017 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
May 19-21, 2017

5 Rock Ford’s annual May Fair Celebration, Sunday (May 21) 10am-3pm at Rock Ford Plantation in Lancaster. Craftsmen, vendors, 18th century entertainment, Costumed Characters and dancing around the Maypole! All outdoor activities are free and open to the public. There is a cost for the guided mansion tours. More Info: RockFordPlantation.org

4 World Night Market tonight (Friday May 19) at Binns Park in Lancaster from 6pm-10pm hosted by Mennonite Economic Development Associates, Lancaster City and Music For Everyone.  Live music, international food, tuktuk rides and more! More Info: meda.org/wnm

3 Rhubarb Festival today-11am-8pm and tomorrow – 10am-8pm (Friday May 19 & Saturday, May 20) at Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse, PA. Rhubarb race-car derby, Best Rhubarb Dessert baking contest, Rhubarb Whoopie Pie Filling Contest, Rhubarb Stroll Parade, costumed characters, musicians, and more. More Info: KitchenKettle.com

2 Open Streets Lancaster Sunday (May 21) from 11am-3pm Water Street in Lancaster. Open Streets encourages physical activity and socializing, support of the local economy and celebrating downtown Lancaster. Food trucks, fire trucks,  face painting, a ball pit, bounce house, martial arts demonstrations, obstacle courses, arts, crafts, live music and dozens of community organizations hosting activities and educational experiences. More Info: OpenStreetLNC.org

1 65th Annual Sertoma Chicken BBQ tomorrow (Sat. May 20) at Long’s Park in Lancaster. Enternainment, Bounce Houses, Obstacle Course and more. Kids Cookie Break & WJTL live all day in the family fun area near the baseball fields and the Park City tunnel entrance. More Info: LancasterSertomaBBQ.com

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do March 3-5, 2017

March 3rd, 2017 No comments

Five Fun Free Family Things To Do This Weekend
March 3-5, 2017

5  Chocolate Festival, tomorrow (Saturday, March 4) 1-4pm at The Oxford United Methodist Church, Oxford, PA.  Be a be a taster, a baker, or a contestant. The categories are Cakes/Cupcakes, Cookies, Candy/Fudge, Brownies, “Other Desserts” as well as a special Children’s category for ages 16 and under. There will also be a special “Kids Cookie Corner” where younger kids can decorate cookies.  More Info: http://oxford1851.org

4 Maple Sugaring demonstrations in the Sugar Bush of Central Park, Lancaster, Pavillion 11, Sunday (March 5) 1-4pm. See trees being tapped, sap boiled to syrup, and candy made from syrup.  Maple products will be available. Donations appreciated. More Info: www.lancastercountyparks.org

3 Lego Madness tomorrow (Sat. March 4) from 10:30am-11:30am at New Cumberland Public Library. Tom Gross of the New Cumberland Lions Club will read a story, followed by children and their family constructing an object from Legos that represents the theme of the book. More Info:
http://newcumberlandlibrary.org

2 Hammel Associates Architects in Lancaster First Friday Lego Building Party tonight (Friday, March 3) from 5-8:30pm. Two new Architecture series models will be available to build New York City and Berlin. Guests can also take on other Architectural series models, or go freestyle with more than 40,000 bricks, plates and specialty pieces. More Info:  http://www.hammelarch.com/

1  Lancaster Science Factory – Free First Fridays, tonight (Friday, March 3) 5-8p   Free access to more than 60 interactive exhibits relating to science, technology, engineering and math, as well as demonstrations and activities in the Science Cafe. More Info: 717-509-6363