The Banks Been Robbed!!! Franklin County Visitors Bureau

The Banks Been Robbed!!! Franklin County Visitors Bureau

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2021 AT 6:00 PM – 12:00 AM
The Bank may be closed but the vaults are still filling with stories from the past.
Join us not only for our 2021 kickoff but our return to the 11/30 Visitors Center as well as a new addition for 2021!!!
The Ghost PIT is proud to partner with the Franklin County Historical society to bring you the Old Franklin County Jail!!!
After you investigate the Visitors Center or the Jail, you will embark on a journey to your second destination.
YOU will use state of the art equipment as YOU explore the many halls of both sprawling buildings.
Oh yeah, you may even get to play a fun game of hide and seek in the basement!!!
You pick your starting point, either the Visitors Center or The Jail.
Tickets for this amazing evening are just $20 and are limited for both locations.
Tickets can be purchased by sending payment through PayPal to theghostpit@yahoo.com or by calling 717-496-6071.

 

“Christmas on the Farm”

“Christmas on the Farm”

Renfrew Museum and Park
Friday, December 4, 2020 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Saturday, December 5, 2020 from 3:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Sunday, December 6, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Rediscover the simple joys of Christmas past this holiday season! “Walk Back In Time” through over 200 years of celebration at Renfrew’s annual Christmas on the Farm event.
Includes Tours, Wagon Rides, Live Music, Crafts and More!
$10.00 per person
Friends of Renfrew Members: Free
Children, Ages 3-12: $5.00
Children under 2 & Under: Free
Click here for more information

 

David Stoner House or Barn, Throwing Pots, Past & Present

David Stoner House or Barn, Throwing Pots, Past & Present

WAYNESBORO: Little Antietam Creek, Inc.

Throwing Pots, Past and Present – Instructors: Kitty Monn, Scott Parker
Retired Teacher and Potter Kitty Monn will teach you about basic pottery making techniques, tools and materials that she uses in her work while Scott Parker will discuss how those techniques, tools and materials were applied to ceramics in the eighteenth and nineteenth century by industrial potters. Sign up required. Number of Participants – Minimum: 6 Maximum: 15