The Franklin County Visitors Bureau welcomes a special visitor to Festival of Trees—Santa Claus. Santa will be at the Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center on Saturday,
The Franklin County Historical Society will host a holiday historic house tour on Sunday, December 11 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Guests will travel at their
In an effort to counter Black Friday’s big box store shopping, Small Business Saturday encourages consumers to patronize locally-owned businesses during one of the busiest
Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) is spreading holiday cheer with the 2022 Festival of Trees, through December 2. Decorated trees and wreaths are displayed in the elegant
Adams County Winery, Gettysburg’s original winery and the fifth oldest operating winery in PA, will be releasing their newest off-dry white wine, Seyval, on November
Do you find yourself thinking that there is nothing to do? Are you bored with your daily routine? Do you want to learn something new?
The annual Turkey Supper and Bazaar will be held at the Upper Path Valley Presbyterian Church in Spring Run on Saturday, November 19th beginning at
I was recently reminded of a story from a few years ago about a couple who returned a cat to the shelter because they were
Sunday, November 13, 1:30 to 3 p.m. StoryWalk® Sundays–November Pine Hill Recreation Area, 12684 Mentzer Gap Rd, Waynesboro, Pa. Kids join a guided walk and
Mason Dixon BBQ Services, Greencastle, PA is excited to announce the return of The Holiday Hotwing Thing – Chicken Wing Competition to be held on
Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County is pleased to announce a partnership with the Franklin County Redevelopment Authority. Volunteers have begun rehabbing the existing house
Wilson College will host an exhibition of artwork by area high school students. The exhibition, which is free and open to the public, runs from
This identity and diversity blog post is part of a series written by US Census Director Robert Santos for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Identity and diversity is part of a series by US Census director Robert Santos. In my last blog post, I shared how my family’s history
The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC) has named the winner of its first-ever Spark! contest and campaign. After two rounds of voting, 25 submissions, 5 finalists,
The Drew Michael Taylor Foundation has released information on their upcoming Family Tree Workshop. The Drew Michael Taylor Foundation is excited to offer our next
One of the most exciting networking events in Franklin County, the Community Information Expo, will take place next Thursday, October 13,from 10 am to 2
An all new fall series of four outdoor adventure programs for kids started this month, designed for kids in grades K to 5
Gettysburg’s original winery has created a now sold-out blush wine to raise funds for the continuation of local environmental stewardship
Thoughts on Identity and Diversity is the first in a series on Hispanic Heritage Month, written by
Robert L. Santos, US Census Director..