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Do, Dine, Stay Getaways for 2017

Celebrate the luck of the Irish in Franklin County!

The luck of the Irish is coming March 17 on Saint Patrick’s Day! The day celebrates the patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick, by parades, festivals, wearing of green and shamrocks. It is said that he used the three-leaved shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity to...

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Franklin County Visitors Bureau Heading To Philadelphia Flower Show

The Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) is joining the Pennsylvania Horticulture Association and VisitPA to showcase Pennsylvania to 250,000 visitors at the 2017 Philadelphia Flower Show, “Holland: Flowering the World,” on March 11-19. FCVB will be introducing the 2017 Do Dine Stay Getaways to visitors at Pennsylvania’s Happiness is Blooming booth. In addition to Franklin County at the VisitPA booth, Brandywine Valley, Bucks County, Lackawanna County, Luzerne County and Pocono Mountains will be on hand to talk with Flower Show visitors and share their best must-see, must-do of Pennsylvania. read more…

Renfrew Seeks Communities Help with Women Through History Program

Renfrew’s Women Through History program will kick off our 2017 season on April 22 and will consist of displays throughout the Museum House, Summer Kitchen, Visitors Center and the Wagon Shed. Renfrew will also host five seminars and one class highlighting the impact that women had on history with their various jobs and duties during the 1800-1900’s. The program will end on June 30. The seminars and class will be free of charge to the public. read more…

Ebbert Springs Archaeological Preserve and Heritage Park

Franklin County Visitors Bureau sees history as the glue that connects centuries of Franklin County stories. Ebbert Springs is one of the earliest documented sites of Franklin County’s history. Stretching back 11,000 years, Ebbert Springs gives a glimpse of prehistoric Franklin County and fast forwards to show frontier life, French & Indian War era, and the Underground Railroad period. Named as a Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission archaeological super site, Ebbert Springs is set to become the centerpiece of an archaeological preserve and heritage park. read more…

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