The Capitol Theatre was the site of Round 1 of A Cappella & Unplugged 2017. In front of family, friends, and members of the community fourteen acts performed. Judges Paula Hepfer and Heather McEndree of Cumberland Valley School of Music, Jon Meyer of the Capitol...read more
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau is pleased to announce the release of 2017 Visitors Guide, its largest and most inclusive publication to help visitors explore Franklin County! This full-color 76-page publication highlights the area and is a handy way for visitors...read more
Two Franklin County tourism partners, Anderson CoGen and Mercersburg Inn, are teaming up to present “Finding Family in Franklin County” Genealogy Workshop on June 21-23. Finding family heritage is the number two hobby in the United States, according to USA Today and...read more
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Local officials have been on a three-year search to find a location for Leg Up Farm (LUF) to locate in Franklin County. The search is now over as Penn National will become the home for Leg Up Farm’s 2nd therapy center.
LUF is a non-profit therapy center for children with special needs from birth to age 21. It is the only facility in the nation to offer physical, occupational, aquatic and speech therapy, therapeutic horseback riding, counseling, nutritional services and educational programing under one roof. The original LUF is located in Mt. Wolf, PA in York County. read more…
The Capitol Theatre’s $5.00 Summer Movies are back! This Summer brings another slate of great movies, but this Summer each movie has been chosen by community leaders who will introduce the film they’ve chosen. They will tell you why they chose the film and why it’s so special to them, maybe offer some trivia or other insight into their chosen film. read more…