The Penn State Mont Alto Athletic Department and the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) volunteered their time and effort helping at the double-wide kids ice slide at the IceFest in downtown Chambersburg on Sunday, Feb. 2.
Stony Batter Players, Mercersburg Academy’s student theatre company, is proud to announce its winter musical, "Mamma Mia!," which opens Friday.
More than 15,000 people will flock to Downtown Chambersburg for dancing, dining and fun later this month while marveling at over 80 ice sculptures glistening on the sidewalks of Main Street.
Change is in the air in Chambersburg come July 4, 2020. The annual Independence Day fireworks show will be back, under the umbrella of the borough’s recreation department.
The final year of the decade is about to come to a close, but not without some pop and sizzle at Mainstreet Waynesboro’s annual Boro Blast.
Totem Pole Playhouse’s national award-winning production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is coming to the Maryland Theatre this month.
The Shippensburg Band invites the public to ring in the season by attending a concert featuring favorite holiday music. All performances are free and open to the public.
Anyone can jump in a lake. Doing it at Cowans Gap as part of Penn State Mont Alto’s Polar Plunge makes you a hero.
The Towne Singers will celebrate Christmas with two concerts next month. Both feature the Harry Simeone arrangement of Clement Clarke Moore’s enduring holiday favorite “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” as well as other sacred and secular Christmas music.
WellSpan Chambersburg Hospital's newborn nursery and NICU staff celebrated the release of Disney's new Frozen 2 movie, released today, Nov. 22, by dressing some of their littlest patients up as characters from the movie.
Mainstreet Waynesboro, Inc. will host its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Friday, Nov. 22 from 6:30 to 7:30, on Center Square with other activities downtown beginning at 5 pm.
Visitors encountered ghosts, goblins, and other haunts traversing four floors of the jail, including the three-story cellblock and dungeon areas.
Cumberland Valley School of Music presents the 30th Annual Gala Showcase Concert, Oct. 26, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 159 S. Main Street,
Rotary Club of Chambersburg will host the 2nd annual RotaryFest '19 Carnival Oct. 18-19 in Chambersburg.
The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce invites the community to attend September’s 3rd Saturday in the Square, sponsored by Meritus Health, on Saturday, September 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
As a multi-ethnic, stand-up comedian, Felipe believes comedy is derived from real life and tries to find humor in various situations. He helps others see the humor in even the toughest of struggles encountered in life.
Mainstreet Waynesboro is bringing music to the streets on Saturday, Sept. 14 with its first Buskers Day. A busker is a person who performs music or other entertainment in the street or another public place for monetary donations, or just to share their talents.
Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites the public to explore South Mountain in Stories of the Mountain Tour.
The Franklin County Historical Society will host an event, the Cruisin’ the Peanut Circuit on September 14 from 12 to 5 p.m. at The Old Jail, 175 East King Street.
Local party Disc Jockey Donovan Yaukey is once again a top 12 Finalist for “DJ Entertainer of the Year” at the International Disc Jockey Conference.
Leslye Granja DeSantis, of Cars & Coffee Southern Pennsylvania, called turnout for Saturday's Cars, Cops and Coffee event "fabulous."
Lock your doors turn on your outside lights and spend the evening outside with friends, family, police and emergency services personnel.
The Square in downtown Greencastle was packed Saturday for a ribbon-cutting and celebration that kicked off Old Home Week.
This month, Totem Pole Playhouse will offer the largest production ever staged at the historic 69-year-old playhouse.
The Chambersburg Community Theater is calling all actors and actresses to audition for this years Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christmas Musical.
Last year’s inaugural Pride Franklin County hosted more than 1,000 people from the region at Wilson College. Food trucks sold out and the kegs were kicked. The event organizers plan on a larger crowd for the second year.
Community fairs and festivals just seem to go with summer, from carnivals sponsored by local fire companies and community associations to larger agricultural-based community and county fairs.
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