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“A summer evening at Renfrew and Shakespearian comedy is already a winning combination,” Holliday said, “but when you add free copies of not only one, but two, of the Bard’s plays, this makes the event even more special.”
This year’s theme is “1756”, the year that John Armstrong and his Pennsylvanians built Fort Loudoun….
Monterey Pass includes the battlefield, museum, and walking trails with interpretive signage.
SCCAP is proud to bring Race Against Poverty to downtown Chambersburg for the ninth year in a row.
Long Running Kennedy Center Comedt Whodunit “Shear Madness” set to play Totem Pole Playhouse, May 31 to June 16
The production will feature many humorous references to Franklin and Adams County area attractions. The audience joins in the fun by voting at every performance on who the murderer is with the cast then performing that particular ending, which can change from one performance to the next.
Hugh Mercer, namesake of Mercersburg, is an early Scots-Irish settler of the Pennsylvania frontier, selecting land west of the Susquehanna River in the Conococheague Settlement as his home.
“…The hard work and tender care by those who came before has positioned Renfrew to achieve its mission and engage audiences in meaningful and impactful ways. I’m looking forward to growing the institution’s capacity to share, teach, delight, preserve, and progress as we move forward together into Renfrew Museum and Park’s next chapter.”
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) is seeking a shot of the new 11/30 Visitors Center for the cover of its 2019-2020 Franklin County Visitors Guide.
Race Against Poverty has become so much more than just a 5K walk or run.
“Heroes are found in all walks of life—we are celebrating community heroes, first responders, pet rescuers, and many more everyday heroes,” said Jessica Watson, assistant director of Renfrew Institute.