Yoga in the Park at Memorial Park in Chambersburg

Yoga in the Park at Memorial Park in Chambersburg

Wednesday nights July 13th – August 3rd, 2022 * 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Join Wellspan for an evening of yoga in the park!
This summer, improve your balance, increase your flexibility and strength and decrease stress and fatigue with WellSpan Health’s “Yoga in the Park”.
No experience is needed for this free evening exercise break.
Registration is preferred – Minimum age: 18
Please bring a yoga mat or beach towel and water.
A strap or old necktie and a blanket are optional.
Classes cancelled due to rain will not be rescheduled.
Register
Chambersburg Memorial Park Bandshell
2nd Annual Young Professionals Conference, Franklin County Visitors Bureau

2nd Annual Young Professionals Conference, Franklin County Visitors Bureau

Thursday April 28th, 2022 * 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Franklin County’s young professionals are invited to attend this professional development seminar with the following speakers/topics.
  • Management – Adam Donius (Chick-fil-A Chambersburg)
  • Health & Wellness – Frankie & Annette Serrano (THE8BLOCK Fitness Studio)
  • Supercharging Your Productivity – Dr. Thomas Kramer, Ph.D. (Penn State Mont Alto)
The Role of Leadership in Career Development – Angela Quigley (SEK, CPAs & Advisors)
Tickets are $40 for CVBA members, $50 for non-members.
*Must register by April 21st. Registration includes breakfast from Chick-fil-A and swag bag!
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Celebrate Women’s History Month at Wilson College

Celebrate Women’s History Month at Wilson College

Navigating the COVID Crisis: Balancing Physical and Mental Health
Wednesday March 9th, 2022 * 12:00 PM, at the John Stewart Memorial Library or via Zoom
Julie Beck, professor of nursing, leads a panel of four nursing and two health science students to discuss working through the COVID crisis, coping with stress, and balancing work and life.
All lectures are free and open to the public.
You can register to receive the Zoom links at https://www.wilson.edu/WHM
Ladies Night at The Wood Center

Ladies Night at The Wood Center

This Event is Now Cancelled Due to Covid-19

CHAMBERSBURG: The Capitol Theatre Center

Presented by The Capitol Theatre & Hosted by Maryann Fisher/Decorating Den Interiors
November 13, 2020 * Time TBA (Rescheduled from April 24)

The NEW LADIES NIGHT will include short presentations from some of our local “experts” on your favorite topics: interior decorating tips, fashion, health & wellness etc, as well as, our amazing raffle, $2 glasses of wine & much more.. MORE EXCITING DETAILS STILL TO COME!

 

Celebrate National Tea Month with Tea House, Herbal Teas & More

Celebrate National Tea Month with Tea House, Herbal Teas & More

January is National Tea Month and the Franklin County Visitors Bureau asks visitors to celebrate in Franklin County this month of new beginnings with delicious tea and relaxation.

Step back in time and relax at TranquilaTEA in Waynesboro. This tea house and gift shop is designed in the traditional tea room atmosphere, where people can reacquaint themselves with family and friends in an environment where one can tune out the hustle and bustle of the outside world. A mother-daughter team runs this shop, specializing in lunch specials, private parties, fresh baked goods and loose-leaf tea.

Kristtany Tea Room & Gifts, located at the Winebrenner Theological Seminary campus in Scotland, hosts delicious full teas with many different types of teas and delicious handmade scones. Make sure to give them a call to schedule a time for one of their delicious full teas or Wednesday and Friday for a walk-in tea experience.

Teas can be used to help make herbal remedies as well as taste delicious and Gardens by Grace in downtown Chambersburg has among the most options to choose from. Specializing in certified organic black tea, green tea, white tea, red tea and wild-harvested herbs, Gardens by Grace hopes to treat a wide variety of disorders. Qualified herbalists can treat many different conditions including skin problems, heart and circulation issues, hormonal disorders and common conditions such as arthritis, insomnia, stress, migraines and headaches.

Drinking tea is one of many ways to help in relaxation and a great way to start healthy eating habits. Alternative Choices in Greencastle has natural products to achieve health and balance, including organic foods, supplements, aromatherapy, herbs, teas, organic health and beauty products, products for pets and more! For those eating healthier or wanting to go gluten-free, this store is the place to stock up.

As the new year approaches and resolutions are made, check out “On the Move in Franklin County,” one of the Franklin County Visitors Bureau’s newest publications. This publication focuses on healthy choices that can be made for a healthy life including a healthy mind and body through exercise. It is available at the Franklin County Visitors Bureau’s office or online at http://www.issuu.com/fcvb or on http://www.ExploreFranklinCountyPA.com.