Gallery Reading at Franklin County Visitors Center

Gallery Reading at Franklin County Visitors Center

Wednesday April 13th, 2022 * 7:00 PM
Have you lost a loved one and wish to connect with them?
Medium and Arthur of “My Head Knows.. But My Heart Still Hurts”, Stacey Niedentohl, is hosting a gallery reading at
Franklin County Visitors Center
15 South Main Street
Chambersburg Pa
Stacey is a respected Medium, Arthur and Spiritual Healer.
During the gallery reading, Stacey will walk through the audience and channel messages from the other side using mediumship and psychic skills.
She will communicate and pass on as many readings as possible.
There are no guarantees of who will come through.
The gallery will be followed by a book signing.
Bring your book with you or purchase them the night of the reading.
Whether you or someone else receives a message, it is amazing to witness Stacey channel and deliver messages from the other side.
Tickets are $45 per person – Sign up Here
*By purchasing a ticket or attending an event by Connecting To Spirit With Stacey, you understand and agree that it is for entertainment purposes only. Readings are not guaranteed. Events are non-refundable and may sell out in advance. Refunds are not permitted. Please also be advised that Stacey Niedentohl, is not a medical professional or attorney and the information channeled is not intended to constitute legal, financial, medical or any other professional advice. Connecting To Spirit With Stacey will not be held liable for actions you take upon receiving or attending a reading.
Countdown To Halloween…Lots of Fun in Franklin County

Countdown To Halloween…Lots of Fun in Franklin County

Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to enjoy a fun-filled weekend in Franklin County as days countdown to Halloween. The leaves are at peak, and the air has a nice chill. It is the perfect time to enjoy one of Franklin County’s corn mazes and hayrides.

The Great Outdoor Festival is a great chance to see the fall beauty of the Tuscarora Ridge. The event at Whitetail Ski Resort in Mercersburg is slated for Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, October 29. Take a chair lift ride over the mountain, enjoy music, catch and release fishing, barnyard buddies, plus a ski swap.

At Stoner’s Dairy Farm in Mercersburg, wander the 5-acre, sea-themed corn maze, open noon to 10 PM on Saturday and noon to 5 PM on Sunday. Enjoy a hayride, petting zoo, and play area. Add some more fun with the corn cannon or scarecrow making. The 2017 season has one remaining haunted maze event on November 3, 7-10 PM.

The Red Run Express is running on Saturday, October 28, with a free Halloween train ride celebration. Train rides are offered 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM at Red Run Park in Rouzerville, just off Route 16. It is a hidden gem of Franklin County.

Country Creek Farm Produce is featuring hayrides, pick your-own pumpkin, and an Oregon Trail corn maze. Saturday, October 28, 7-10 PM, is the final flashlight maze of the season. Enjoy a little pumpkin chuckin’ and some hot apple cider, too.
Celebrate Halloween in downtown Mercersburg with the 73rd Annual Mercersburg Halloween Parade at 7 PM on October 30. It is a tradition since 1941. This year’s parade has plenty of themed floats, twirlers, bands, classical vehicles, tractors, cheerleaders, football players, fire trucks, and more. Bleachers around the square ae available for a $3 fee.

The Capitol Theatre in downtown Chambersburg is bringing back psychic and clairvoyant William Stillman on Halloween night at 7 PM. Tickets are $28. It is an evening with goosebumps, chills, and some thought-provoking moments.