Cocoa Crawl In Downtown Greencastle
Saturday February 12, 2022 * 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Join the Greencastle-Antrim High School Peer Leaders for a Cocoa Crawl in downtown Greencastle!.
All participants will receive a 14 oz. double wall stainless steel mug .From 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., visit all participating downtown businesses to indulge in their chocolate treat.
Begin your crawl at The Life Center located at 35 North Carlisle Street.
Mug pick up hours: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Growing With Music
Bean & Biscuit
B Street 104 Restaurant and Pub
Consign & Collect
The cause: Your $15 will go to the Greencastle Exchange Club. Purchase tickets HERE
This local service club is very active in our community as they invest their time and money in multiple projects for the children of the Greencastle area.
This year, the club ended 2021 with their largest project, providing Christmas gifts to 150 local families.
Our goal: The GAHS Peer Leaders want to provide an event to support our downtown businesses and raise money that will ultimately benefit many Greencastle families through the Exchange Club’s projects.
And we want to have a little fun as winter continues on. Thank you for joining us.
Thank you to our sponsor: M&T Bank
Farm Market & Food Truck Fridays, Greencastle
First Fridays in the months of June through October
On The Lawn Between 136 and 144 E. Baltimore St. Greencastle
Searching for a wide variety of vendors for the 2022 season:
Growers of fruits, vegetables, plants, herbs, flowers, grains, meat, eggs, dairy, producers of baked goods, jams, jellies, honey and handcrafted artisans are encouraged to apply.
Also searching for a diverse selection of local food vendors/food trucks.
Cost $15 per space per event.
For information and application, Email: email@example.com
Franklin County Visitors Bureau Thanks Supporters of 3rd Annual Festival of Trees—A Fundraiser to Support Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance.
Franklin County Visitors Bureau thanks supporters for making the 3rd Annual Festival of Trees a success. Hosted at the Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center in downtown Chambersburg, Festival of Trees raised $2700 for the Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance. It attracted more than 2500 visitors during the two-week period. Visitors from Michigan, New York, Florida, DC, and the tri-state area of Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania enjoyed 33 beautifully decorated trees and wreaths.
The beauty and success of Festival of Trees would not be possible without the decorators of the 2021 event. FCVB extends special appreciation to these decorators: the shop, Cumberland Valley School of Music, Mr. Phab Photos, Renfrew Museum & Park, Yoga with Melissa, Martin’s Potato Rolls, Conococheague Institute, Chambersburg Frontier Girls #576, Penn State Mont Alto Student Government Association, Coyle Free Library, Council for the Arts, Rotary Club of Chambersburg, OSI, Totem Pole Playhouse, Middletown Valley Bank, Carly Patla – Iron Valley Real Estate, ReMax Prestige Shippensburg and Carlisle, Franklin County Certified Tourism Ambassadors, Chambersburg Hearing, Shafer Equipment Co., Chambersburg Quilt Guild, Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce, Boys and Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg, Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance, Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce, Willian F. Sellers Funeral Home, The Pet Store, YMCA of Chambersburg, Conococheague Audubon, F&M Trust, Dile Family, Marco, and Twin Bridge Campground.
The 4th Annual Festival of Trees is set to open on Saturday, November 19, 2022, and run through the First Friday of December—December 2, 2022. The event will be hosted in the lobby and Great Room of the 11/30 Visitors Center, formerly a bank from 1865 to 2015. FCVB hopes to increase the display to 50 trees and wreaths and again raise funds to support the Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance.