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The Downtown Business Council (DBC) and Council for the Arts of Chambersburg will present the start of 2018’s First Friday events on Friday May 4th from 5-8pm. Just as “Star Wars” fans around the world celebrate “May the Fourth”, Chambersburg’s May 4th First Friday...read more
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) and Capitol Theatre are teaming up for A Cappella & Unplugged 2018. It is a journey to $500 and it begins with auditions at the Capitol Theatre on May 22, 7 PM to 9 PM, and May 24, 6 PM to 9 PM. Audition on...read more
The Council for the Arts, 81 North Main Street, Chambersburg, proudly presents “Lasting Impressions: Landscapes by Laurie McKelvie, Linda Mosemann and Ann Ruppert”, sponsored by David Rahauser, Attorney at Law. The show will be on view April 27 through June 22,...read more
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The Underground Railroad was an important part of our nation’s history, and Franklin County was a key stop in the quest for freedom.
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With the first, impressive group of Franklin County Certified Tourism Ambassadors trained and ready to go, Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) announces April and May Franklin County Certified Tourism Ambassador (CTA) Training.
Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) sets April 2018 as Spring Into History Month, expanding the day-long ramble into a month-long opportunity to take in Native American artifacts, frontier forts, stops on the Underground Railroad, and sites of Civil War invasions. It also offers a chance to explore genealogy and the Franklin County Military Trail of History.
Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) looks ahead to a transformative 2018. In 2017, FCVB celebrated the tenth anniversary of ExploreFranklinCountyPA.com and the Franklin County Visitors Guide, the two cornerstones of promoting what to see and do, where to dine, and where to stay in Franklin County PA. In 2018, promotion will take another step forward as FCVB begins renovations of the 1865 bank building at 15 South Main Street.