CHAMBERSBURG – The Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter is hosting Cabin Fever Music Fest from 6 to 10:40 p.m., Saturday, February 18, in the Orchards Ballroom, 1580 Orchard Drive. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. The doors will open at 5 p.m. with music...read more
Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites the public to pair up meeting Jon Meyer, new manager of the Capitol Theatre in downtown Chambersburg as he welcomes Mountain Ride and The Plate Scrapers to an evening of bluegrass on Friday, February 17, at 7 PM. Jon Meyer...read more
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...read more
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FRANKLIN COUNTY EXPLORER STORIES
With the new year here, the hopes and wishes for 2017 is fresh in everyone’s minds. The new year means big things for Franklin County, from new breweries and shops, to new additions to favorite stops around the corner. Another year means more chances to explore the beautiful Franklin County in all seasons through new thrills and shops to old favorites that have always been there. The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to view their 17 recommendations for 2017!
The saying goes that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, so celebrate National Eat A Red Apple Day on December 1 with a Franklin County apple. Apples are delicious as they are and add flavor to so many things. From stuffing to salsa or old favorites like dumplings, pies and tarts to ciders and wines, apples are comfortable in traditional recipes or more contemporary foodie favorites. read more…
As the holidays approach, the hunt begins for the perfect gifts for everyone, from friends, family, to the family pets. Some shoppers start early, others shop year-round to get the perfect gifts. While shoppers may differ in their shopping timelines, the goal remains the same, to find the perfect gift for your loved ones that will make them light up Christmas morning. A good way to do this is to shop Franklin County and give the gift of local, quality products not found anywhere else. read more…