BUNDLE UP AND SHAKE OFF THE WINTER BLUES AT THE
11/30 VISITORS CENTER!

January 31-February 3

New Exhibits, Ghost Investigations, Art, A Cappella & Unplugged Open Mic & More!

 

Thursday, January 31

11/30 Visitors Center will be open until 8:00 PM.

Art from Grandview Elementary

Chambersburg Quilt Guild Display & Raffle

Penn’s Woods Printmakers Display

8-11pm Ghost P.I.T. Investigation of 11/30 Visitors Center, $10 per person*

*Tickets purchased through paypal at theghostpit@yahoo.com, online at Eventbrite or by phone at 717-552-2977.

 

Friday, Feb. 1

11/30 Visitors Center open for visitors until 8:00 PM.

Art from Grandview Elementary

Chambersburg Quilt Guild Display & Raffle

Penn’s Woods Printmakers Display

 

Saturday, Feb. 2

11/30 Visitors Center open for visitors from 11am to 8:00 PM.

Art from Grandview Elementary

Chambersburg Quilt Guild Display & Raffle

Penn’s Woods Printmakers Display

Meet Sherri Marret author of the children’s book: “The Cloud Artist/” Begin at Council for the Arts, 81 N. Main St. Follow pages to the 11/30 Visitors’ Center.

2 pm-4PM Ghost PIT Presentation on 11/30 Visitors Center Investigation

4:30 PM A Cappella & Unplugged 2.0 kicks off with an Open Mic competition hosted by former A Cappella & Unplugged finalist Tonya Grissinger

-Winner competes for $500 during live competition A Cappella & Unplugged 2.0 at the Capitol Theatre in June and before 1864: The Burning & Rebirth re-enactment and light show in July!

Sunday, Feb. 3

11/30 Visitors Center open for visitors from Noon to 4 PM.

Art from Grandview Elementary

Chambersburg Quilt Guild Display & Raffle

Penn’s Woods Printmakers Display

Meet Sherri Marret author of the children’s book: “The Cloud Artist/” Begin at Council for the Arts, 81 N. Main St. Follow pages to the 11/30 Visitors’ Center.

 

Chambersburg Quilt Guild Raffle

ICEFEST ’19

What’s an ice festival without ice?

Catch a glimpse of the master carvers of DiMartino Ice sculpting blocks of ice into more than 70 beautiful, professional ice sculptures lining Main Street.  Live ice carvings for some of the larger sculptures will take place Thursday and Friday evenings. One ice sculpture in particular, the Double-Wide Ice Slide, gets everyone excited!

Dancing in a winter wonderland.

Featuring the 9th Annual Snowfall Ball on Friday, February 1 at Central Presbyterian Church, a chance for you to hit the dance floor! All levels of dancers are welcome from beginners to professionals.

Icy Adventure Scavenger Hunt

Icy fun continues throughout the weekend with a scavenger hunt that takes participants on a chilly quest downtown with the chance to win great prizes.  Kids also can enjoy an obstacle course and kid zone, and returning for 2019 is the “Run Your Ice Off 5k” on Sunday.

Downtown merchants and vendors.

Duck inside the boutique shops of downtown, warm up , and shop a little.  Many are offering extended hours or specials offers good for the weekend.  Food vendors are arranged around the square, and downtown has a number of restaurants — Molly’s Restaurant, Square One, Checkos, New Texas Lunch, Main Street Deli, Veroni Café, and Bistro 71 to name a few.

Take A Ride on the Double Wide Ice Slide

Beginning Thursday, January 31, go for a ride on the “coolest” fun in town! Carved out of blocks of ice, this double-wide ice slide is good for fast solo and double races in downtown Chambersburg.

 

For a full schedule of events, visit icefestpa.com!