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Buy One, Get One Free Tours!
Visit the Fort Hunter Mansion anytime between November 1 - November 21 for Buy One, Get One Free tours! Just mention the newsletter ad! It's that easy!
Friday & Saturday, November 16-17
Two-day annual Christmas/Holiday bazaar at Samen United Church of Christ on 143 W Main Street in Elizabethville on November 16-17 from 9am-6pm. Hot pot pie dinner served on Saturday fomr 4pm-6pm (chicken & ham). $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 10 and younger. Ages 3 and younger eat free! Specialized Vendors on hand, Crafts, Christmas items, Special Raffle table, Baked Goods, Chow Chow, Homemade soups, Dine In or Take Out.
Saturday, November 17
It will be shop until you drop when the 32nd Annual Holiday Craft Show in Millerstown opens its doors for one of the largest shows of its type in Central Pennsylvania. November 17 is the day when all roads lead to Greenwood Elementary School in Millerstown Borough where at least 100 vendors from throughout Central Pennsylvania and beyond will set up shop for the day to delight shoppers of all ages find the perfect gift for everyone on their holiday shopping list.
This marks the 32nd year for the popular Craft show and visitors won’t be disappointed with the selection of vendors at this year’s event. Many of the old time favorites are back, but many new vendors have joined the mix.
Greenwood High School's popular musical group, “Out of the Blue” will perform their holiday show on the stage in the large group instruction area at 10 a.m.
The sponsors, Millerstown Community Success, Inc. (MCSI), will sell delicious food items throughout the day. Visitors may enjoy both breakfast and lunch while shopping and visiting with their friends.
The craft show is always held the Saturday before Thanksgiving and provides local citizens an opportunity to shop at home to find that perfect gift for everyone. For additional information, call 717 589-3598.
Sunday, November 18
The Williams Valley Educator's Association will be presenting Brad Crum and the BCT Legend Band in concert on November 18, 2018 at the Williams Valley High School in Tower City. A spaghetti dinner is included in the price of admission from 11am-1pm, and the concert begins at 2pm. Tickets are $14.00 and can be purchased at the school or by calling 717-647-2167. Proceeds benefit scholarships presented by WVEA.
Wednesday, November 21
On Wednesday Nov. 21st we will be having a Thanksgiving Eve Service at Snyder's United Methodist Church. From 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm we will be sitting in quite reflection in the sanctuary. Then from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm will be the service of Thanksgiving. This service is open to the community. The church is located at 1724 New Bloomfield Rd, New Bloomfield (Near Meck's Corner). WWW.SnydersUMC.org.
Thursday, November 22
Bethesda Mission will host a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday, November 22, 2018. The dinner will be held at the Men’s Shelter, located at 611 Reily Street, from 4:30-5:30 p.m. The menu will feature turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing, corn, carrots, various desserts, beverages, and more. For those unable to come to the Mission for a meal due to age or health, deliveries are available upon request to residences within a five-mile radius of the Men’s Shelter. To schedule a delivery, please call Bethesda Mission at 717-257-4442 by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21st.
Thursday, November 22
The Newport 38th Annual Turkey Trot will be Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd starting at 9 am. Races will include a 10k & 5k run, and a 1 mile run/walk. Registration begins at 7:30AM at the ambulance building, 50 S. 3rd Street. Pre-register by November 12th for extra savings! Proceeds benefit Newport Fire Company, Newport Ambulance League, Newport Public Library, and Newport Senior Citzens. Registration forms can be downloaded here. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Steph at (717) 275-4996.
Friday, November 23
The Lykens Chamber of Commerce is hosting their annual Christmas in the Park on November 23rd from 6pm-9pm at the Borough Park in Lykens. There will be live music, cookies and cocoa, and a visit from a certain red-suited gentleman and some furry friends. Children willbe able to tell Santa their Christmas wishes!
Sunday, November 25
The annual Elizabethville Christmas Tree Lighting will take place on Sunday, November 25th at 5pm at the Veterans Memorial Park. Live Christmas music performed by UDEMS choir and UDA Trojanaires. Santa will be joining the celebration to help light the park. Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, November 27
The Library is celebrating Giving Tuesday by partnering with Bethesda Mission during their Fall Food Drive. Stop by any of The Library’s eight locations on Tuesday, November 27 to donate non-perishable food items that will be used to feed individuals and families in our community.
In addition to the Bethesda Mission Food Drive, The Library will collect new books that will be distributed to the individuals and families in your community through library outreach activities, MARCO visits, and Community Collections. Books for readers of all ages are accepted, but book for children are especially appreciated.
All Giving Tuesday donors will receive a Giving Tuesday sticker and an opportunity to post an #UnSelfie to share why they donated with their friends on social media.
If you cannot make it to Giving Tuesday, but still want to give, food donations can be dropped off now through Friday, December 21. New book donations will be collected starting Tuesday, November 27 through Friday, December 21.
Sundays in December, 2, 9 and 16
Bring your wild imagination! Everyone is invited to create Holiday Ornaments using pine cones, milkweed pods, thistle and a vast array of other natural materials. Everything but the creativity will be supplied to make works of art to decorate for the holidays. The event will take place at Wildwood Park in Harrisburg from 1-3pm. The cost is $5 per participant. Registration is not required. Visit www.wildwoodlake.org for more information.
Saturday, December 1
The Elizabethville Area Library is hosting Gingerbread Friends on Saturday, December 1st from 11:00am-11:45am. Celebrate the start of winter through books, crafts, and decorating a gingerbread friend. For families with children of all ages. Register your family at dcls.org/events_calendar or (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045.
Sunday, December 2
The Loysville Community Club is hosting their annual Keaton Crock & Gift Basket Bingo on Sunday, December 2nd. Doors open at noon and bingo will start at 2pm. Tickets are $25.00 in advance, $30.00 at the door the day of the event. Seating is limited! Contact Joyce at 717-789-4467 for tickets and more information!
Monday, December 3
The Dauphin County Library System is hosting Estate Planning to Final Arrangements seminar on Monday, December 3rd from 6pm-7pm at the Johnson Memorial Library in Millersburg. What might happen to your assets if tragedy struck? Join us to take a closer look at the types of critical estate planning documents – wills, powers of attorney, trusts and other arrangements – and how a little effort now can save you and your family headaches later. Presented by attorneys Gregory and Joshua Reed. This program is for adults and registration is limited. Save your spot at dcls.org/adultevents or (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045.
Thursday, December 6
The Friends of Elizabethville Area Library meeting will be held at the Elizabethville Area Library on Thursday, December 6th from 6:30-7:30pm. We invite all library lovers to join us as we plan fundraising events, programs for the library, and give suggestions to aid in the selection of materials for the library. Call (717) 362-9825 for more information.
Saturday, December 8
Millerstown will be lighting up the town again to celebrate Christmas on December 8 at 7 p.m in the square when the Millerstown Lions Club will hold their annual Christmas Tree and Street Lighting ceremony. The Millerstown Lions have been lighting up the town for the holiday for many years and recently acquired better LED lighting displays. This year's tree will be multi-colored a change from most previous years. Children should come out with their parents as a visit from Santa Claus from the North Pole will take out time to greet the children and hand out treats to all who attend.
Everyone is invited to come out and share in an evening of decorating the town for the holiday season.
Monday, December 10
The Dauphin County Library System is hosting Holiday Music at the Library on Monday, December 10th from 6:30-7:30pm at the Northern Dauphin Library in Lykens. Enjoy the sounds of the holiday season by listening to classically trained musician, Ray Holland and his Mountain Dulcimer. For more information, visit dcls.org/adultevents or call (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045.
Wednesday, December 12
The Perry County Chamber of Commerce will host their monthly networking event on Wednesday, December 12th from 5pm-7pm at Czekaj Dusharm LLC at 24-B N. 2nd Street in Newport. Czekaj Dusharm LLC is a law firm dedicated to providing every client "big firm" results when difficult legal issues arise. Contact the Chamber office for details and to schedule; 717-582-4523 or email@example.com.
Saturday, December 15
TheDauphin County Library System is Celebrating Holiday Traditions at the Elizabethville Library on Saturday, December 15th from 1:00pm-2:00pm. Is there a favorite food that has a special meaning to you at the holidays? We would love for you to share your stories and food with us. Bring a tasty treat and then share the dish and the meaning behind it with others. This program is for adults. Registration is limited. Save your spot at dcls.org/adultevents or (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045.
Tuesday, January 15
Perry County Chamber 10th Anniversary Kickoff Event! River Bend Hop Farm and Brewery - 6 PM - 8 PM