Race Starts at 9am
Awards Given at 11am
Waynesboro Annual Beer Fest- Begins at 1pm
Michael Levic as Mad Anthony
The course: Run through the gorgeous, scenic parks of Waynesboro. There are some rolling hills and rural roads while hitting some beginner trail portions as you run through the local parks of our beautiful area.
Continue your day with the local beer fest where there will be 20 different breweries showcasing more than 30 kinds of beer.
Email any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
WINE ~ SHOPPING ~ FOOD ~ MUSIC & FUN!
Music by: Tresa Day
$5. Admission (Includes a Free Glass of Wine)
$2. Glasses of Wine ~ Food (Kathy’s Deli) ~ Raffle Items
Meraki Salon & Spa
Here’s Looking at You
Rodan & Fields Skin Care
The Gourmet Cupboard
Cumberland Calley Breast Care Alliance
Gardens by Grace
Chambers’ Apothecary & Wellness Center
Grace & Heart Jewelry
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For More Information Contact: 717.263.4808
Sponsored by Maryann Fisher ~ Decorating Den Interiors
The Pioneers at Rock Hill Farm were always grateful to see the end of the harsh winter and may have celebrated with a hearty meal of food still available in the root cellar.
Join us for a feast of roast pork, sauerkraut and mashed potatoes, baked apples, fresh bread, and pumpkin pie.
3:00 p.m. – Lecture & Discussion by Dan Guzy: Grist Mills of Conococheague Creek and its Tributaries near Mercersburg.
4:00 p.m. – Social Hour: with Mountain Dulcimer music by Chuck Holland
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – Dinner
Catering by Romeo’s and Tea Time Tasties
$40/person RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Space is limited, contact us by April 2
717-328-3467 or Email: events@CIMLG.org