Blue Ridge Summit Library will be holding a mini farm-to-table fair on June 9 from 7pm to 9pm. This event will feature a free outdoor movie, local farmers, gardeners, cooks and more! This event features "Charlotte's Web" which starts when it gets dark, Sue James and...read more
Ceramics Arts Center and the Mont Alto Pottery Studio announce two June classes; handmade salt and pepper shakers and a bird sculpture! Come to the Mont Alto Pottery Studio, located on the Penn State /Mont Alto campus in room 008 in the General studies building from...read more
The Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter is hosting Smith's Chicken Barbeque from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 16, at the Norlo Park Community Room. The meal includes half a chicken, baked potato, two sides, a roll and drink. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door...read more
DO. DINE. STAY.
FRANKLIN COUNTY EXPLORER STORIES
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau recommends a visit to Franklin County PA for “Driving Miss Daisy,” the opening show of Totem Pole Playhouse’s 67th season. Four-time Emmy Award-winning actress, Michael Learned, best known for her role as ‘Olivia Walton,’ the matriarch of the series, The Waltons, stars as Daisy Werthan. The popular film version of “Driving Miss Daisy” went on to win nine Academy Awards including Best Picture.
Greencastle Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Seasonal Marketplace on Saturday, May 20, 2017 in downtown Greencastle. The Marketplace is sponsored by Meritus Health System.
Seasonal Marketplace will be held from 9am to 3pm on the square in Greencastle. The focus of this unique event is the craftsmanship, skill and talent of the vendors and artists. All items are hand-crafted, hand-made, earth-friendly and unique. There will be a variety of crafts, food, seasonal produce and local chefs on the square. read more…
On Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 7 pm, Allison-Antrim Museum will hold its monthly Speaker’s Meeting, in the German bank barn. Rescheduled from February, Joe Mieczkowski will present a PowerPoint presentation, “Lincoln and His Cabinet,” based on his book of the same title. Lincoln’s first cabinet included all of his major rivals for the Republican nomination for President in 1860, including William H. Seward, Salmon P. Chase, Simon Cameron (Maytown, Pennsylvania), and Edward Bates. read more…