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Good Java Giveaways

April 4th, 2018 No comments

Tune in to the 9 O’clock Coffee Break with Lisa Landis Wednesdays mornings for your chance to win freshly roasted coffee from The Good Java Company. The Good Java Company is a local Christian-run organization that specializes in Certified USDA Organic/Fair Trade certified, gourmet coffee, now available exclusively on Amazon.  For more info, call 855-GOODJAVA, go to www.TheGoodJava.com or like The Good Java Company on Facebook.

Keep this number handy and listen for Lisa’s cue to call in and win: 717-392-3690.
CONTEST RULES:
*You must not have won from WJTL in the past 30 days in order to be eligible.
*Winners must live in the continental United States; prize cannot be shipped to a P.O. Box.

Folk duo Homestead Collective at Emmaus Road Cafe

February 24th, 2018 No comments

Folk duo Homestead Collective at Emmaus Road Cafe on Sat. Feb. 24th.  Doors open at 7:00pm and the music starts at 7:30pm. Homestead Collective is Caitlyn Deviney and Ben Morris, an indie-folk duo currently based just outside Philadelphia. Their influences include Nickel Creek, Billie Marten, Josh Garrels, and Drew Holcomb. Memorable melodies and intricate instrumentation combined with haunting, honest lyrics – they write stories in songs that we all want to tell.

Homestead is intended to be a safe space to share the hearts and the gifts we have and celebrate them together. It is a time of intentional networking, of showcasing music, art, and things in between, and providing an outlet of creativity and a family tribe. It’s intended to be and designed to be a place of inspiration, innovation, cultivation, and restoration. To get out of the way of ourselves and be a part of something bigger. Settle on this land. Claim it, with eager expectation and preemptive gratitude.

http://www.homesteadcollective.net/

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. Emmaus Road Cafe can be contacted via email at emmausroadcafe@gmail.com or at 717-478-3672.

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