Congratulations to Marina Shannon for winning Foto Find. The prize is a $20 gift card from Roy Pitz. Get in on the fun! Find the hidden picutre somewhere on ExploreFranklinCountyPA.com. This week’s Foto Find is an orange poppy. Test your observational skills. Can you find it? Find out more about the Foto Find here.
When you find the hidden photo, make a screen snip of it and email Leisa at email@example.com. Not only will you be able to say you “Found It on ExploreFranklinCountyPA.com,” but you will be entered to win a $20 gift card/certificate from a Franklin County business. (FCVB will mail your prize to you, so we can keep up the fun and winning even when we are practicing social distancing!)
As everyone is adjusting to sticking closer to home, Joyful Arts is keeping creativity thriving with online art experiences. It is a great way to reduce stress, connect with others, and bring little more joy to your day. The classes include activities for all ages and levels of experience. Upcoming are:
ONLINE Doodling & Coloring is set for Wednesday, April 29, @ 2 PM and 7 PM.
KIDS Online Storytelling with Art is set for Tuesday, May 5, @ 1:30 PM.
Online Tuesday Evenings with Watercolors is set for Tuesday, May 5, @ 6 PM-8 PM.
Online Doodling and Coloring is set for Wednesday, May 6, @ 6:30 PM
Online Mama Songbird and Babies is set for Friday, May 8, @ 1 PM and 6 PM.
Online—for all ages—Fluid Acrylic Pouring is set for Saturday, May 9, at 10:30 AM.
Online Cherish the Moment is set for Saturday, May 9, @ 2 PM.
KIDS Online Storytelling with Art is set for Tuesday, May 12, @ 1:30 PM.
Springtime is gardening time. Download and color Ben in his garden. Snap a photo of your picture and the Franklin County Visitors Bureau will share on Facebook and website.No one is too young or old to participate! Email you photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A 29-mile, 13.5-story high-voltage power line is proposed for Franklin County PA. Much of the impacted land is to farmland with breathtaking views. Three rides bike rides are being offered–33-mile, 16-mile, and 4-mile. It is shows the farmland and the beauty it brings, plus what should be nurtured, preserved, and protected. Following the Ride, is a Ride-A-Thon Festival. The public is welcome to come out for the music, food, and family fun. Suggested donation for entry to the Ride-A-Thon Festival is $20. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy an afternoon
Think about our future! All funds raised support the costs of legal fees in opposing the Transource Project, which does not bring power to anyone that does not have power and brings ZERO benefit to Franklin County and Pennsylvania!