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“We work hard to be fun, educational and a genuine reflection of life on the farm,” explains General Manager Rudy Kilgore. “We are a place for all age groups. Little kids love the rides and jumping in the hay. Parents enjoy the quality time they spent with their teens as they solved the maze puzzle together. Seniors reconnect with childhood memories. Visitors get as involved as they want to, or simply sit in the shade and enjoy the scenery Lancaster County is famous for. We are literally surrounded by Amish farms.”

Open July 4 - Nov. 7 with 36 farm fun activities, special events – and Geocaching! Cherry Crest Adventure Farm’s new Amazing Maize Maze lets you ”Visit PA. . . All in a Day!” Just when you thought it couldn’t get trickier Cherry Crest Adventure Farm took the seven regions that make up the state of Pennsylvania and turned them into its annual Amazing Maize Maze® – with the ultimate goal to ”Visit PA...All in a Day!” Billed as the world’s largest interactive game with music and a script, this year’s maze features 23⁄4 miles of intertwining paths that take you Upstate, around the PA Wilds and Great Lakes, through the Alleghenies and her majestic Valleys, the great cities of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, plus our own Dutch Country Roads. Interactive displays provide fun travel tips, while 14 hidden puzzle pieces and 12 tricky clues fill in a map that shows the way out. Cherry Crest is filled with a full roster of farm fun stuff to do, that brings out the adventure in kids of all ages, even adults!  For the first time, there’s a Geocaching Challenge that takes you all over the 300-acre working farm (except inside the maze). Cherry Crest provides the GPSs with coordinates plugged in for a high-tech treasure hunt that offers three levels of difficulty. Solve the riddles. Look for clues and find the caches hidden in inconspicuous places in special containers. Some have beads that reflect life on the farm to make a cool bracelet.

Admission: All Day ”a-Maze-ing Fun” (includes 36 Farm Fun activities in the Maze, Barnyard and Courtyard plus free parking and free photo souvenir) $14.95 adults, $12.95 kids age 3-11. ”Farmtastic Fun” (includes everything but the maze) $11.95 age 3 and up. Railroad Farm Fun – combo tickets for both the Strasburg Rail Road and Cherry Crest Adventure Farm – $27 adults, $19 kids age 3-11. Children age 2 and under admitted free of charge. Flashlight Mazes $10 adults, $8 kids age 5-11. Tickets can be purchased at the gate. Groups of 20 or more can pre-purchase tickets by calling (717) 687-6843. Toll Free (866) 546-1799.

Family in the Maze at Cherry Crest Adventure Farm The farm’s Courtyard and Barnyard have their own attractions, like the giant jumping pillows, Farm-Ed Center with its live baby chicks hatchery and interactive displays, a Farm Animal Center with the Amazing Goat Mountain and Walk-thru Chicken Coop, Make-A-Friend Workshop where kids can make an Amish doll or barn and learn about Amish culture, a Singing Chicken Show starring nine animatronic birds who croon old-time tunes, Farm Pedal Track, a Rain Room to cool off, rides like the Cherry Crest Express and a Farm Tour Wagon Ride, Pumpkin Slinger, Tunnel Maze and Obstacle Course, a 3acre labyrinth for people who want to experience a walk-thru maze in lieu of the 5-acre logic maze, plus an enclosed Lil’ Farmers Playland for small children. New additions include an educational Corn Crib and Bee Barn, the Big Ball Corral with Giant Volley Ball, Tether Ball and two Four Square Games. Then there’s the special events including two major food festivals – Sweet Corn on Aug. 29 and a Potato Festival Sept. 26 – that are filled with great food, live music, zany contests, games and prizes. There’s also a Kids Pedal Tractor Pull, Dairy and Conservation Weeks, Armed Forces Day and a CruiseIn for classic cars. An expanded Food Corral, where freshpicked corn roasted on the cob tops the menu, offers Angus burgers, hot dogs, chicken and wraps along with hand-dipped ice cream, kettle corn, and Lancaster’s Best Fudge (30 flavors all made on premise).

Special Event Dates: Cruise In (classic cars) July 11; Pedal Tractor Pull Aug. 4-8; Conservation Days Aug. 11-15; Dairy Days Aug. 18-22; Sweet Corn Festival Aug. 29; Train Week Sept. 14-18; Armed Forces Day Sept. 19; Potato Festival Sept. 26; Sukkos Holiday Oct. 6 with a special menu by Central PA Kosher Mart; Pick-Your-Own To Take Home Sept. 26-Oct. 31 Friday-Saturday 10am-5pm, and Saturday Harvest Round-up Festivals Sept. 26-Oct. 31 noon-6pm with special kids activities (at additional cost) like pony rides, scarecrow making, pumpkin painting and more. The popular night-time Flashlight Mazes & Hayride (where your own flashlight guides the way) are Friday-Saturday Oct. 2-Nov. 7 from 6:30-10pm.

Overnight lodging for up to 8 guests is available at Cherry Crest Meadows Farmhouse Suite. Call (717) 687-5656. E-mail stemple@hydrosoft.net.

Sweet Corn Festival August 29, 2009 Just the facts! Location: 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, PA.– in the heart of PA Dutch Country about 12 miles east of Lancaster, off of Rt. 741, Paradise Township. Free parking is available adjacent to the maze.

For information and a free brochure contact: Cherry Crest Adventure Farm, 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks, PA 17572. Tel: (717) 687-6843. Toll Free (866) 546-1799. Check us out on FaceBook and You Tube, and on the web at CherryCrestAdventureFarm.com

Hours of Operation: Summer Hours: (July 4-Aug. 31) Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am until dusk. Fall Hours (Sept. 1-Nov. 7) Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am until dusk, and every Thursday Oct. 1-Nov. 7 10am-5pm. Also open holiday Mondays (Sept. 7 and Oct. 12), as well as Sept. 14-19 (Train Week) from 10am-5pm. Open weather permitting. Last entrance to the maze is 90 minutes prior to closing. Closed Sundays and Mondays. Food: Cherry Crest Adventure Farm offers a Food Corral in the Courtyard for burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches and wraps, garden and fruit salads, funnel cakes, hand-dipped ice cream and snow ice, beverages, Cherry Crest Kettle Corn, Lancaster’s Best Fudge, and the ever popular fresh roasted corn on the cob. In the Barnyard you’ll also find the Barnyard Cafe and Fresh Squeezed Lemonade. Inside the maze there is the Corn Cafe with umbrellas and tables with seating, plus a selection of snacks and beverages.

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Your 45-minute train ride is only the beginning. Enjoy unique railroad activities for

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Lancaster PA Attractions and finest Antique Malls in PA Dutch Country. Over 26,000 sq. ft of merchandise is for sale, from 125+ Fine Antiques & Collectibles dealers. It’s all under one roof in a clean, brightly lit, climate controlled building. Conveniently located near Rockvale Outlets and RT 41. Take a break from your treasure hunt and enjoy a hearty breakfast or lunch at the Cackleberry Café. Free ice cream with a $6 food purchase! Mon-Sat 9:30am5pm. Sun 10am-5pm. Closed Tues. 3371 Lincoln Hwy E, RT 30, Paradise (717) 442-8805

Free Pretzel Facory Tour at Intercourse Pretzel Factory (717) 768-3432 Aaron & Jessica’s Buggy Rides: Offering the longest carriage rides through the heart of Lancaster County. Take a ride through authentic, non-commercial, Amish farm land in a real Amish Buggy. Plain & Fancy Farm, RT 340, Bird-in-Hand (717) 768-8828 or visit www.amishbuggyrides.com Ambush Paintball & Outdoor Laser Tag: There's a new game in town! Ambush's outdoor laser tag unparalleled fun and excitement for the entire family! Taking laser tag to entirely new levels of extreme! Making birthday parties, youth outings and company activities into unforgettable and memorable events! At you location or ours, that's right we also offer mobile laser tag! 91 Hilltop Dr, Conestoga (717) 871-8632 or visit www.Ambush-Paintball.com Antique Automobile Club of America Museum: The Antique Auto Museum at Hershey displays vintage automobiles in unique scenes and settings! Visitors can stroll through eight decades in time while traveling from New York to San Francisco. It’s a trip down memory lane as you recall the cars your grandparents or parents drove as well as those from your early driving days. 161 Museum Dr, Hershey (717) 566-7100 or visit www.aacamuseum.org Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall: Looking for that unique Antique? That hard-to-find Collectible? Chances are you’ll find something to crow about here. Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall is one of the largest

Carlisle Sports Emporium: Newest & Largest Arcade in Central PA! Open year round. High-performance fun for adults and kids. Two 18-hole Miniature Golf Courses, 3 Go-Kart Tracks, Batting Cages, Roller Skating Rink, Rock Climbing, Arcade games, and more! 29 S Middlesex Rd, Carlisle (Exit 52 off I-81) (717) 258-4741. Visit us and take the virtual tour at www.CarlisleSportsEmporium.com

Lancaster Barnstormers: Come out and support the home team! The ticket office is open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, and until the fifth inning of every home game. Tickets can also be purchased on-line 24 hours/day, seven days/week. 650 N Prince St, Lancaster (717) 509-HITS (4487) or visit www.lancasterbarnstormers.com

Choo Choo Barn: Our 1,700 square foot train features over 150 hand-built animated figures and vehicles and 22 operating trains…we guarantee the Choo Choo Barn is like nothing you've ever seen! RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-7911 or visit www. choochoobarn.com Country Line Dancing–Country Barn: Come kick up your heels or just sit back and listen! Lancaster County DJs Richard Arment and Dave Whitehead play music every Tuesday, Friday and the last Saturday of every month. New to the Boot Scoot Boogy? Don't worry, we offer lessons the first hour every Tuesday & Friday. Experience Real Foot Stomping, Skirt Spinning, Country Line Dancing in a Beautiful Farm Setting. Tuesday, 6:30pm-10pm. Friday, 6:30pm-12am. Food available. 211 S Donerville Rd, Lancaster (717)-872-1554 or visit www.CountryBarnMkt.com

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Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn: Kids and Kids at Heart will enjoy the authentic PA Dutch recipes on our Menu and Grand Smorgasbord, featuring golden fried chicken, freshly carved meats, delicious ham balls, Amish stuffing, hearty soups, crisp salads, fresh vegetables, homemade mashed potatoes, and much more. Save room for dessert and enjoy our signature whoopie pies, assorted cookies, pies, and sweets, all made fresh daily at our onsite bakery. After your meal, browse the country store or stroll the gardens and walking trail. Why not spend the night at our Inn? Route 896, PO Box 159, Strasburg (800) 827-8635 www.hersheyfarm.com Intercourse Pretzel Factory–Free Tour: A visit to our pretzel factory should convince you there still is something for nothing in today’s world. Only a handful of companies still hand twist a hard pretzel. It is a lot of work to bake pretzels the old-fashioned way. The taste & texture is unique. On our FREE 10-15 minute tour, we explain how we make our hard pretzels and then give you a piece of dough so you can learn to twist a pretzel. Located at the Cross Keys Village Center, 3614 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse (717) 768-3432 or visit www.intercoursepretzelfactory.com

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm: offers over 50 farm fun activities for the whole family, from the Amazing Maize Maze® (the world’s largest interactive game), rides and games to Farm Ed and Farm Animal Centers, great food and special events, and a new Geocaching Challenge. Open 10am-5pm Tues-Fri, 10am to dusk Saturdays. 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks (Lancaster County). Call toll free 866-546-1799 or visit CherryCrestAdventureFarm.com for details

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Ghost Tours of Lancaster–Downtown Lancaster: Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Know your history! Take the Haunted Ghost Tour of downtown Lancaster. Every Fri and Sat 8pm. Meet at the Soldiers & Sailors Monument at Penn Square. (717) 687-6687. Visit us at www.ghosttour.com/lancaster

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Landis Valley Museum: Show the kids how to spend a lazy day at Landis Valley Museum! Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy, get to know the names of all the horses, wander through the gardens and stroll the winding pathways. Show them how to have fun without the computers, video games and cell phones. 2451 Kissel Hill Rd, Lancaster (717) 569-0401 or visit www.LandisValleyMuseum.org Visit Cherry Crest Adventure Farm Ghost Tours of Strasburg–Downtown Strasburg: Journey through a town lost in time! Hear stories of haunted mansions, eerie cemeteries and lost souls. Daily 7:30pm (except Sun and Mon). Meet at Mrs. Penn’s Shoppe, 2 W Main St, Strasburg. (610) 404-4678. Visit us at www.ghosttour.com/lancaster

Laserdome: A high-tech fun park with laser tag, virtual reality, and laser theater. Since Laserdome’s grand opening in October of 1999, our guests have played over 500,000 games of Laser Tag. In the past 5 years, we have hosted over 15,000 birthday parties and groups! 2050 Auction Rd, Manheim (717) 492-0002 or visit www.laserdome.com


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Lancaster PA Attractions Mill Creek Market: A collectors paradise with the largest selection of Fireworks, Flags, Tee-Shirts, Nostalgia Signs, Barn Stars, and More! 2557 Old Phildelphia Pk, 1 Mi E of RT 896, Bird-in-Hand. National Christmas Center: Magical Life-sized Exhibits Celebrate Christmas Memories & Tradition. Fifteen main galleries and numerous smaller exhibits bring the holiday to life for guests of all ages. Open daily, 10am6pm through Jan. 4, 2009. Call for extended holiday hours. 3427 Lincoln Hwy E, Paradise (717) 442-7950 or visit www.nationalchristmascenter.com National Toy Train Museum: A World-Class Collection of Toy Trains for Kids of All Ages. Headquarters of the Train Collectors Association, 300 Paradise Lane, Strasburg (717) 687-8623. Visit us at www.nttmuseum.org National Watch & Clock Museum: Thousands of visitors from around the world come to see North America's largest collection of timekeeping artifacts. Witness an eleven-foot-tall French statue clock, enchanting German musical clocks, and the Engle clock with forty-eight moving figures! Also enjoy a variety of visiting exhibits like the bizarre Stanley Clockworks or the Presidential Timepieces collection. We also offer a variety of workshops where you can create your own clock! 514 Poplar St, Columbia (717) 684-8261 or visit www.nawcc.org/museum/museum.htm North Museum of Natural History & Science: Extensive collections and hands-on, minds-on exhibits that engage the imagination in a welcoming environment. From outer space to local Native American peoples, from rocks and minerals to dinosaurs, from the Live Animal Room to the Discovery Room, you will explore the diverse world of natural history and science. There's something here for everyone! 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941 or visit www.northmuseum.org Oregon Dairy, “Milk House� Ice Cream & Snack Shoppe: Oregon Dairy: Visit us down on the farm for some Delicious Ice Cream from “The Milk House� Oregon Dairy’s Ice Cream & Snack Shoppe. Open Mon-Sat 11am -9pm (closed Sundays) Choose from over 25 flavors of Hand-dipped ice cream or try one of our Awesome Sundaes! We also have Milk Shakes, Ice Cream Floats and try one of our New Premium

Cones! Dipped in Wilbur Chocolate – you have your choice of waffle or pretzel cones! 2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz (717) 656-2856 or visit us at OregonDairy.com

Pennsylvania Renaissance Fair: Mount Hope Estate & Winery is an historic estate featuring indoor and outdoor entertainment, as well as home-brewed wine and beer. Weekends from mid-August through October, the estate is transformed into a 16th century English village and marketplace. Join hundreds of colorfully costumed merriemakers including the Queen, Knights on horseback, Jesters, Jugglers, Musicians, hundreds of craftsmen, merchants and artisans. Visit soon and visit often! 2775 Lebanon Rd, Manheim (717) 665-7021, ext. 231 or visit www. parenfaire.com

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Railroad Museum of PA: Welcome To America's Railroad Heritage. Real Trains. Real History. Real Excitement. Enjoy learning what trains and railroads mean to you. RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-8628. Visit us at www.rrmuseumpa.org

Red Caboose: Hop aboard the Red Caboose for a trip through train history and a family fun adventure in the Amish countryside. Featuring 46 refurbished train cars, dining, and onsite family activities, Lancaster County's Red Caboose Motel & Restaurant offers something for everyone. Nestled on 9 1/2 acres of land in Amish countryside near the Strasburg railroad, the Red Caboose is a must for family vacations, train history enthusiasts, and couples who want a peaceful, relaxing romantic getaway. For current rates and availability, call 888-687-5005 or email info@redcaboosemotel.com Shank’s Mare Outfitters: Specializing in outdoor activities such as kayaking, backpacking, and cross-country skiing. Participation and education have always been key elements of our programs that include lessons, trips, kid’s summer camps, and school field trips. Go Play Outside! 2092 Long Level Rd, Wrightsville (877) 554-5080 or visit www.shanksmare.com

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Lancaster PA Attractions Strasburg Sundaes: Explore the tastiest town in Lancaster County and you could win a John Deere 8400 Pedal Tractor. Get your Strasburg Sundaes Game Card stamped at 3 participating Strasburg properties, complete the information on the back and be entered for a drawing on October 12th. Winner will be notified 2 weeks after drawing. Must be 18 years or older to enter. (717) 687-0405 Visit www.800padutch. com/z/strasburgpa.htm

Sickman’s Mill: For Tubing, Camping, Family Outings & Good Old Fashion Family Fun. Open weekends, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hours, 11am Friday through 4pm Sunday. Open holidays, Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day for your enjoyment. Price, $10 per person, $8 per person for groups of 15 or more. Monday through Thursday is reserved for groups by appointment only. Water-front camping is also available. $35 per night - firewood and complimentry Haunted Mill tour at 10pm included. 671 Sandhill Road, Pequea (717) 872-5951 or vist www.sickmansmill.net Silver Spring Farm: Dreaming of that horse farm getaway in Lancaster County? You can stop dreaming. Weather your goal is to relax or hit the trails hard our 250 year old Stone Bank Barn with over fourty acres of pasture is all your's. Silver Spring Farm features horse safe fencing, four pandocks, five pastures, a 100' x 200' outdoor ring, a 60' round pen, and a 1.5 acre swiming pond – for you and your horse. We offer organised trail rides for beginners to advanced riders. Our expert, one-on-one, instruction will give you the confidance to take charge and ride like you always wanted. Feel free to bring your own horse, family, friends, pets, bikes, camping gear, whatever. We enjoy the company. 1418 Silver Spring Rd, Drumore (717) 575-5207 or E-mail:ssfarm@live.com Stoudt's Black Angus Antiques Mall, Restaurant & Pub: Stoudt's Black Angus Restaurant open daily offers fine dining in a comfortable Victorian atmosphere for over 45 years. Take a tour of Stoudt’s Brewing Company. See rare examples of fine early American and European furnishings, fine art and folk art. Open every Sunday 7:30am-4:00pm. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudts.com

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Village of Bird-in-Hand: We invite you to enjoy our fresh foods and traditional Lancaster County recipes perfected by our family over the past 35 years at the Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord. Enjoy our famous wet-bottom Shoofly Pie, oversized Apple Dumplings, whoopie pies, fresh Pumpkin Pie, and moist Red Velvet Cake all available at Bird-in-Hand Bakery. 2760 Old Philadelphia Pk, Bird-in-Hand (717) 768-1500 or visit www.bird-in-hand.com

Stoudt’s Wonderful Good Market: Locally sourced, mostly organic market, onsite bakery & artisanal cheese creamery, fresh made pasta, produce, hand cut steaks, and much more! Open year round, Friday 10-7 pm. Sat & Sun 8-5 pm. Serving breakfast & lunch all day. 2800 North Reading Road, Adamstown (717) 484-2757 www.stoudtsbeer.com/bread.html Strasburg Rail Road: Affordable Fun For All. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a full day packed with activities, or just about an hour’s worth of wholesome fun, Strasburg Rail Road has your ticket. Surround yourself in Victorian splendor and indulge yourself with our unique selection of confections and beverages in our First-Class Parlor. Our standard coaches are beautifully restored in authentic Victorian style. Tour the scenic surroundings with a wide-open view of the countryside and neighboring Amish farms. Two adults and two children can ride aboard one of our beautifully restored, Victorian Coach Cars for under $35. 301 Gap Rd, RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-7522 or visit www.strasburgrailroad.com

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At Country Barn you'll experience real foot stomping, skirt spinning Country Line Dancing in a beautiful farm setting. Come, mingle with the locals as you learn dance steps passed down through generations every Tuesday and Friday. Appropriate for all ages.

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Family Fun is Back! The Red Caboose is a wonderful Lancaster County attraction for families, train enthusiasts, and couples to escape to anytime during the year. So hurry aboard!

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• Huge layout – 1,700 sq.ft. • 22 operating model trains • Over 150 hand-created, animated figures and details Visit Traintown, U.S.A.® at: ChooChooBarn.com 717-687-7911 Route 741 East, 226 Gap Road, Strasburg, PA Just two blocks from the Strasburg Rail Road … Look for the train on the roof!


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Sip on Some Hops & Check Out the Clocks! National Watch and Clock Museum presents Hops ’n Clocks, Friday, July 10, 6-9 pm. Come see a tallcase clock made almost exclusively of beer cans by Randall Cleaver. Randall Cleaver’s work combines what has been discarded to create timekeeping artifacts. Creating with found objects started as an inexpensive way to obtain materials, but soon, the objects themselves became a source of inspiration. So it is with the beer cans! Randall’s biography and examples of his creations can be viewed at http://www.inliquid. com/artist/cleaver_randall/cleaver.php. Five area breweries including Appalachian Brewing, Lancaster Brewing, Market Cross Pub and Brewery, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and Union Barrel Works will offer samples of their finest brews. And what’s beer without something to go with it?! Providing delicious food to complement the beer will be local caterers including A Taste of Style, Chef Tim Foods, John Wright Restaurant, McCleary’s Public House, and Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen. To add to the fun, The Beekeepers will keep things lively with acoustic rock music played throughout the evening. A limited number of tickets will be sold. Tickets are $25 and $15 for those not sampling beer. Ticket price includes a commemorative glass, Museum admission and interaction with artist Randall Cleaver and seeing his creations. To order tickets or for more information, visit www.nawcc.org or call 717-684-8261 x237.

Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall. One of the largest and finest Antique Malls in PA Dutch Country. Over 26,000 sq. ft of merchandise for sale, from 125+ Fine Antiques & Collectibles dealers. It’s all under one roof in a wonderfully clean, brightly lit, climate controlled building. Conveniently located near Rockvale Outlets and RT 41. Take a break from your treasure hunt and enjoy a hearty breakfast or lunch at the Cackleberry Café. Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm. Sun 10am-5pm. Closed Tues. 3371 Lincoln Hwy E, RT 30, Paradise (717) 442-8805. Visit us at www.cackleberryfarmantiquemall.com

Adam’s Antiques: 335-3116 Adamstown Antique Mall: 484-0464 Apple Works Antique Mall: 484-4404 Alternative Furnishings: 484-2225 Antiques Showcase–The Black Horse: 335-3300 Clock Tower Antiques: 484-2757 Country French Collection: 484-0200 Covered Bridge Antiques: 336-4480 General Heath’s Antiques: 484-1300 German Trading Post: 336-8447 Heritage Antique Center: 484-4646 Lancaster County Antiques: 336-2701 Mad Hatter Antique Mall: 484-4159 Mother Tucker Antiques: 738-1297 Oley Valley Architectural Antiques: 335-3585 Pine Hills Antique Mall: 484-6313 Renninger’s: 336-2177 Shupp’s Grove: 484-4115 S. Pointe Antiques: 484-1026 Tex Johnson’s Antiques: 484-4005 RT 30 East & RT 340

Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Antique Marketplace: 687-6345 Dutch Indoor Village: 299-2348 Barn at Strasburg House of Antiques: 687-8802 Honeysuckle Rose Antiques: 768-0148 Pandora’s Antiques: 299-5305 Paradise Village Shops: 687-6389

Crafts and Finery All Beyond Compare Not only is the Faire a festival of entertainment, it’s also a bustling marketplace filled with scores of merchants and artisans in shops and tents set up along the tree-lined lanes. From extravagantly adorned head wreaths to glass works, jewelry fit for a King or Queen to kilts and 16th Century apparel, handcrafted swords to handcrafted pottery, a traveler to the Shire will have no problem finding that certain something. Many of the artisans demonstrate their craft so that passersby can witness the art behind the creation of these finished products. Witness historical glass blowing, woodturning, coin-striking, marble sculpting and more throughout the day. 2775 Lebanon Rd, Manheim (717) 665-7021, ext. 231 or visit www.parenfaire.com

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Downtown Lancaster

Stoudt's Black Angus Antiques Mall, Restaurant & Pub: Open daily offers fine dining in a comfortable Victorian atmosphere for over 45 years. Take a tour of Stoudt’s Brewing Company. Rare examples of the finest early American and European furnishings, fine art and folk art, and the most desirable small collectibles can be found at Stoudt’s Black Angus Antiques Mall open every Sunday 7:30am-4:00pm. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudts.com

Remember This... Antiques, Collectibles, & Gifts: 320 N Queen St, 509-7660 Rev Chi’s Antiques, Collectables, & Stuff: 324 N Queen St, Lancaster 509-8497 Then & Again Antiques, 318 N Queen St, Lanc 390-2780 Surrounding Areas Burning Bridge: 304 Walnut St, Columbia (717) 684-7900 Clarke Hess Antiques: 27 Lititz Run Rd, Lititz 627-3496 Good’s Collectables: 2460 W Main St, Clay 738-2033 Herr C.A. Antiques: 2929 N 3rd St, Columbia 684-7850 Roots: 720 Graystone Rd, Manheim (717) 898-7443 Strasburg Antique Mkt: 207 Georgetwn Rd, Strasburg 687-5624

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Open May 1 - October 31 (Fridaythrough through Monday) (Fridays Mondays ONLY) Weekends in April, November and December. 10 am-5 pm. 300 Paradise Lane, Strasburg, PA 17579 www.nttmuseum.org 717-687-8976

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So wonderful, you better get here early. Stare close at the picture below. Fresh ingredients are so plentiful that they burst through the crust while being baked to perfection. Wow! Stoudt’s earned its reputation by perfecting recipes for at least 15 varieties of dense, German-style bread such as beer batter, sourdough, multi-grain, sauerkraut, etc. On the lighter side, Elizabeth is now rising French Bread keeping up with customer demand. It didn’t take long to decide which bread I wanted (0.007 seconds, I timed it) – the Beer Batter Bread! Who need vegetables?

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Okay, I know...some people need vegetables. If that’s the case, you’re in the right place. Wonderful Good Market sells locally grown organic vegetables. Delicious and nutritious, like my Grandmother always said. You better get here early for those too!

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Elizabeth Stoudt conceived the idea out of her passion that grew from the Tree of Life. It’s all about growing a family, preserving local tradition, promoting local business and taking care of the environment. Stoudt’s Tree of Life is a variation of a Pennsylvania Dutch hex sign depicting a tree, lush with God’s bountiful fruit. Stoudt’s Wonderful Good Market provides you with tempting food selections and related items hard to find in ordinary markets. The term Man can’t live by bread alone seems questionable as a baker slides freshly baked loves out of the

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Summer 2009

Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord: Each day on our menu and smorgasbord you’ll find a whole host of traditional Lancaster County recipes perfected by our family for three generations and a genuinely friendly staff ready to make you feel right at home. We invite you to enjoy our fresh foods and traditional Lancaster County recipes perfected by our family over the past 35 years. 2760 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand (717) 768-1500 or visit www.bird-in-hand.com Cherry Crest Adventure Farm: offers a Food Corral in the Courtyard for burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches and wraps, garden and fruit salads, funnel cakes, hand-dipped ice cream and snow ice, beverages, Cherry Crest Kettle Corn, Lancaster’s Best Fudge, and the ever popular fresh roasted corn on the cob. In the Barnyard you’ll also find the Barnyard Cafe and Fresh Squeezed Lemonade. Inside the maze there is the Corn Cafe with umbrellas and tables with seating, plus a selection of snacks and beverages. Open 10am-5pm Tues-Fri, 10am to dusk Saturdays. 150 Cherry Hill Road, Ronks (Lancaster County). Call toll free 866-5461799 or visit CherryCrestAdventureFarm.com for details Friendly’s: Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, Dessert, Kids Specials, Seniors Specials. Ask about our Birthday Club! Four locations near you. 1655 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-5271 2150 Lincoln Hwy E, Lancaster (717) 299-6184 1521 Oregon Pk, Lancaster (717) 393-3369 578 Centerville Rd, Lancaster (717) 898-8457 or visit us at www.Friendlys.com Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn: Grand Smorgasbord featuring authentic PA Dutch recipes. Menu includes golden fried chicken, freshly carved meats, delicious ham balls, Amish stuffing, hearty soups, crisp salads, fresh vegetables, homemade mashed potatoes, and much more. Save room for our famous whoopie pies, assorted cookies, pies, and sweets made fresh in our bakery. After your meal, browse the country store or stroll the gardens. Spend the night at our Inn. Route 896, PO Box 159, Strasburg (800) 827-8635 or visit us at www.hersheyfarm.com

Climb aboard the historic Strasburg Rail Road for a dining experience flavored with turn-of-the-century charm and first class service. (717) 687-7522

Isaac’s Restaurant & Deli: For over 25 years, Isaac’s Restaurant & Deli has been serving awesome grilled sandwiches named after birds and plants to families all around South Central Pennsylvania. With a great selection of pretzel sandwiches, French bread sandwiches, Clubs, Wraps & more‌AND with 20 locations in over 6 counties ‌a great meal is never too far away. In addition to grilled sandwiches, Isaac’s has fresh green salads, savory made-fromscratch soups, deli salads, delectable desserts and an awesome Kids’ Activity Menu. And let Isaac’s Catering Menu help make your next party or event more fun and affordable! Isaac’s will be a favorite with every member of your flock! Please visit www. isaacsdeli.com to see Isaac’s complete line of menus, maps to all 20 locations and more! “Milk Houseâ€? Ice Cream & Snack Shoppe at Oregon Dairy: Featuring over 40 flavors of Hand-dipped Ice Cream. Flavors like Birthday Cake, Cashew & Raspberry, Peppermint Patty Crunch, Blueberry Swirl, Triple Chocolate, Nittany Paws and Milky Way – plus all your favorite flavors! Also Featuring “Udder Creationsâ€? Choose from a Delicious Assortment of Sundaes such as Lancaster County Mud Pie, Tractor Tire Sundae, Cow Pie Sundae, Barnyard Chaos and many more. “Moo-Shakes,â€? Ice Cream Floats, Hot Dogs, Pizza and Soft Pretzels also available. Mon-Sat 11am-9pm. Visit Our NEW Playground with an Awesome Spiral Sliding Board! 2900 Oregon Dairy Pike, Lititz (717) 661-6804 or visit us at www.OregonDairy.com

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Miller’s Smorgasborg: It all began when Anna Miller started serving chicken & waffles to truckers while her husband serviced their rigs. Ever since, Miller’s has delighted generations of diners. Our extensive all-youcare-to-eat buffet features mouth-watering American favorites like slow roasted top sirloin, chilled shrimp, golden fried chicken, carved turkey and baked ham. We also feature bakery-fresh, signature desserts such as shoofly pie, creamy cheesecakes and chocolate pecan pie. Now serving wine and spirits. If you miss Miller’s, you miss the true taste of Lancaster County. 2811 Lincoln Hwy E (Route 30), Ronks (717) 6876621 or visit www.millerssmorgasbord.com

Open year-round. Seasonally available during Lunch. For our young diners up to 12 years old, 75 ¢ per year of age; 3 and under FREE! 2760 Old Philadelphia Pk, Bird-in-Hand (717) 768-1500 or visit www.birdin-hand.com

Oregon Dairy Country Restaurant & Buffet: Join us for KIDZ Punkin’ Pickin’ Day on Sat Oct 11, 10am3pm. Wagon rides, pumpkin painting, straw tunnels, live animal show, and more! Oregon Dairy Country Restaurant & Buffet provides traditional Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine along with many contemporary favorites. We offer a full breakfast, lunch & dinner menu, as well as a lunch & dinner buffet, and a Friday & Saturday breakfast buffet. Family Style Meals are available for large groups. Our newly remodeled seafood department features over 100 varieties of fresh and frozen seafood. And our newly remodeled bakery offers new gourmet pastries and desserts! Bring your kids! We have a great playground area with a variety of swings and wooden bridges, a petting zoo, and of course homemade ice cream. Open Mon-Sat, 6am-8pm. Closed Sun. 2900 Oregon Pk, (717) 6562856 or visit www.oregondairy.com

Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Pub: Ed Stoudt has offered fine dining in a comfortable Victorian atmosphere for over 45 years. Enjoy the ambiance created from Ed’s vast collection of antiques and political memorabilia while tasting some craft brews fresh from right next door. Superior quality in handtrimmed steaks, seafood, and chef specialties. Child friendly. We offer locally produced and organically farmed items. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer.com

Noah’s Ark Kids Buffet–Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant: Constructed by a local Amish man to resemble Noah’s Ark –complete with animals and a colorful rainbow! Kids 12 and under will love serving themselves to their favorite foods aboard the ark. Featuring an ever-changing selection of kidpleasing fun foods; macaroni and cheese, chicken nuggets, hot dogs ‘n hamburgers, sloppy Joes, spaghetti, pizza and ravioli, fish sticks, nachos, mashed potatoes and much more. The Kid’s Buffet includes the dessert bar, featuring soft serve ice cream with yummy toppings and flavored slushies.

Red Caboose Motel & Restaurant: The Red Caboose is a wonderful Lancaster County attraction for families, train enthusiasts, and couples to escape to anytime during the year. Have wonderful meal inside an 80 ton P-70 coach loaded with old-fashioned style and oldtime railroad music playing in the background. So hurry aboard! 312 Paradise Ln, Ronks (717) 687-5000 or visit www.redcaboosemotel.com

Strasburg Rail Road: Climb aboard the historic Strasburg Rail Road for a dining experience flavored with turn-of-the-century charm and first class service. Seated in the elegantly restored “Lee E. Brenner� Dining Car, you will journey through rolling hills and picturesque farms in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Amish country. From the authentic steam locomotive to the luxurious appointments of the vintage Dining Car, dinner aboard the Strasburg Rail Road is a memorable escape to the golden age of steam railroading. 301 Gap Rd, RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-7522 or visit us at www.strasburgrailroad.com The Caddy Shack: Restaurant & 20 Hole Miniature Golf Course. A Great Summer Hot Spot! This challenging, lush, green, course is appropriate for all ages. Our restaurant offers above average food for your enjoyment before or after the game. You'll find yourself coming back for the delicious food and peaceful environment. Serving the best Broasted Chicken, Crab Cakes & Gelato! 662 S Oak St at Rt 72, Manheim (717) 664-2250

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Cruise through time as you explore decades of cars, buses and motorcycles in themed displays from the 1900’s – 1980’s! Special Exhibits

Sports Car in America – May 22 – Oct. 12, 2009 New Motorcycle Exhibit

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Ongoing Events Calendar Ongoing: Kayak Demo Program–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. The best way to make sure you make the proper kayak and paddle choice is to “test drive” the equipment on the water. And you can do it for free in front of Shank’s Mare on the Susquehanna River! To demo our fleet of kayaks and paddles call us. One of our experienced staff members will be happy to assist you in making the right choice for your needs. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Through Aug 9: Weekend Family Fun–Leisure Lanes of Lancaster PA. Purchase a bracelet for $10 and enjoy unlimited bowling, mini golf, driving range, and billiards. Good during these hours Sat, 6-8pm and Sun, 1-3pm. 3440 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-2121) or visit us at www.leisurelanespa.com Through Aug 12: Family Day–Leisure Lanes of Lancaster PA. Bowling $1/Game, Mini Golf $1/Person, Hot Dog and 12 oz. Soda - $1.00. Includes Bumper Bowling, 9am-4pm. Sorry, no coupons will be accepted. 3440 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-2121 or visit us at www.leisurelanespa.com

Country Line Dancing at Country Barn (717)-872-1554 Ongoing: Stoudt’s Black Angus Antiques Mall: Over 300 dealers offering everything from early American and European furnishings, fine art and folk art, to the most desirable small collectibles. Open every Sunday 7:30am-4pm. Outside vendors 5:30am-noon. Free. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386. Visit us at www.stoudtsbeer.com Ongoing: Country Line Dancing–Country Barn Farm Market. Kick up your heels or sit back and listen while Lancaster County DJs Richard Arment & Dave Whitehead play your favorite country music every Tues, Fri, and the last Sat of the month. New to boot scoot boogy? We offer lessons the first hour every Tues and Fri. Food and drinks are available. Tues 6:30 pm-10pm (lessons first hour); Fri 6:30 pm-10pm (lessons first hour). 211 S Donnerville Rd,Lancaster (717)-872-1554 or visit us at www.countrybarnmarket.com Ongoing: Friday Live Acoustic in the Pub–Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub. 10:30pm. Check our website for details. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer.com Ongoing: From Sea to Shining Sea–Antique Automobile Club of America Museum. Eight decades of vintage vehicles in themed settings with a cross-country journey of the US. 161 Museum Dr, Hershey (717) 566-7100. Visit us at www.aacamuseum.org

Through Aug 14: Weekday Planetarium Shows–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Enjoy Central PA's largest planetarium all week long with new and classic planetarium programs all summer. Visit www.northmuseum.org for show times and descriptions. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941 or visit us at www.northmuseum.org Through Aug 17: Senior Day–Leisure Lanes of Lancaster PA. Age 55 + Welcome . Bowling $1/Game, Mini Golf $1/Person, Hot Dog and 12 oz. Soda, $1.00. Free Game for Yellow Head Pin Strikes. (9 AM - 4 PM) Sorry, no coupons accepted at this rate. 3440 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-2121) or visit us at www.leisurelanespa.com Through Aug 31: School Special- Field Day/FUN Day–Leisure Lanes of Lancaster PA. Nursery Schools, Day Camps, Play Ground Groups. Any Group of 20 or more. Includes for each Person: 1 Game Mini Golf, 1 Game of Bowling or Bumper Bowling, 1 Soda, 1 Pizza Hut Pizza. $8 Per Person. Offer Valid weekdays only, before 5pm. 3440 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-2121) or visit us at www.leisurelanespa.com Through Aug 31: Super Summer Special–Leisure Lanes of Lancaster PA. Corporate Outings, Company Picnics, Church Groups, Family Reunions. Any group of 20 or more now can enjoy 3-Fun Filled Hours of Bowling, Bumper Bowling, Billiards, Mini Golf, Real Grass Mini Golf (ages 12 +), Driving Range for Every Age Group only $10/ Person. Groups must finish by 6pm. 3440 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-2121) or visit us at www.leisurelanespa.com

Through Sept 13: Airplay exhibit–North Museum of Natural History and Science. AirPlay, the newest traveling exhibit to arrive at the North Museum, provides the tools to explore the nature of air—how it moves and influences our environment. You’ll have the opportunity to paint a wall of fluttering “shimmer disks” with a spray of air, or race balls through different paths to see the effects of turbulence. Discover how objects behave in an air stream and balance objects on multiple streams of air. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org Through Sept 26: Touring Kayak Instruction–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Shank’s Mare specializes in touring kayaking from the recreational level through more advanced skills. Whether you need a “try it to see if you like it” session, or full instruction from strokes to rescue skills, Shank’s Mare has the lesson for you. Pre-registration suggested. See website for dates and times. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Through Oct 11: The Sports Car in America Exhibit–Antique Automobile Club of America Museum. A spectacular 28-car exhibit covering a sixty-year history of sports cars in America. 161 Museum Dr, Hershey (717) 566-7100. Visit us at www.aacamuseum.org Through Oct 12: Strasburg Sundaes–Downtown Strasburg. Explore the tastiest town in Lancaster County and you could win a John Deere 8400 Pedal Tractor! Get your Strasburg Sundaes Game Card stamped at 3 participating Strasburg properties, complete the information on the back and be entered for a drawing on October 12th. Grand prize is a John Deere 8400 pedal tractor from Strasburg Toys and Collectibles! Must be 18 yrs or older to enter drawing. (717) 687-0405 or visit us at www.strasburgpa.com Through Nov 7: Amazing Maize Maze–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. Spend about an hour in the world's most dynamic and interactive 5-acre corn maze with over 2.5 miles of paths, scenic bridges, and clues. And don't worry if you take the wrong path! Our two Maze Masters are always on hand to get you back on track! After the maze, check out the barnyard and other fun farm activities. 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 687-6843. Visit us at www.cherrycrestfarm.com

For advertising or editorial info call (717) 669-9400 www.AdventureGuideMagazine.net 13 Through Nov: Lancaster Ghost Tour–Ghost Tour Lancaster. Experience 300 years of haunted history from the Red Rose City's thorny past! Fri, Sat, and Sun, 8pm. Advance tickets required. Tours depart from the Soldiers & Sailors Monument at Penn Sq (King & Queen Sts) (610) 404-4678. Visit us at www.ghosttour.com Through Nov: Strasburg Ghost Tour–Ghost Tour Lancaster. Stroll the streets of Strasburg, the town they call "Hell's Hole," and hear stories of haunted mansions, eerie cemeteries and lost souls. Daily (except Sun), 7:30pm. Advance tickets required. Meet at Mrs. Penn's Shoppe, 2 W Main St, Strasburg (RT 896 & 741) (717) 687-6687. Visit us at www.ghosttour.com Through Jan 31: Celebrate more than 100 years of Hershey's Kisses–Antique Automobile Club of America Museum. See the official 100th Anniversary edition of the Hershey's Kissmobile Cruiser that traveled the country in celebration of 100 years of kisses! 161 Museum Dr, Hershey (717) 566-7100. Visit us at www.aacamuseum.org Through Jan 31: Tuckerville USA-Roads to Rails Model Train Exhibit–Antique Automobile Club of America Museum. A custom model train display will roll out the first Saturday of each month. Travel back in time as these locomotives take you to “Tuckerville, USA” the Museum’s vision of small-town America in the 1950s. 161 Museum Dr, Hershey (717) 566-7100. Visit us at www.aacamuseum.org Through May 2010: Fast from the Past-The Competition Motorcycles of Yesteryear–Antique Automobile Club of America Museum. More than 40 motorcycles owned and restored by members of the Antique Motorcycle club of America will be placed on display; their styles and vintage will cover every era and every aspect of the motorcycle sport, from the fearsome board trackers of the teens to road racers of the 1970's. 161 Museum Dr, Hershey (717) 566-7100. Visit us at www.aacamuseum.org

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Best Places to Play in PA Carlisle Sports Emporium: Newest & Largest Arcade in Central PA! Open year round. High-performance fun for adults and kids. Two 18-hole Miniature Golf Courses, 3 Go-Kart Tracks, Batting Cages, Roller Skating Rink, Rock Climbing, Arcade games, and more! 29 S Middlesex Rd, Carlisle (Exit 52 off I-81) (717) 258-4741. Visit us and take the virtual tour at www.CarlisleSportsEmporium.com

The Caddy Shack, A 20 hole mini-golf course with delicious food & peaceful environment. (717) 664-2250 Adventure Sports in Hershey: Fun for the whole family! Go-Kart track, 18-hole Miniature Adventure Golf Course, Batting Cages, Bumper Boats, Video Arcade and more! Our indoor party room is perfect for celebrating birthdays, family reunions, and corporate events. The outdoor picnic pavilion is great for large parties of 50-350. Motor coaches welcome! Open daily through Labor Day, 10am-10pm. Located 4 mi S of Hersheypark on RT 743. (717) 533-7479 or visit www.adventurehershey.com Ambush Paintball & Outdoor Laser Tag: Action-packed, adrenaline-pumping, fun! Lancaster’s Premier Paintball Facility for over 24 years. Eight exciting playing fields. Great for groups, birthday parties, company outings, and youth organizations. 91 Hilltop Dr, Conestoga (717) 871-8632 or visit www.Ambush-Paintball.com Big Bright Bounces: Rent a wide variety of inflatable party items and concession equipment for all your special occasions and celebrations! Great for church events, birthdays, school functions, company picnics, holiday parties, corporate events, and fundraisers! (717) 664-5055 or visit www.bigbrightbounces.com Boulders Miniature Golf: Great Outdoor Family Fun! Experience our lush course with waterfalls, foot bridges, streams, ponds, and a covered bridge. At night play under old-fashioned street lights. Located off RT 30 at the Mountville exit. (717) 285-7007 or visit www.BouldersMiniGolf.com

Country Road Motorcycle & Scooter Rental: Start your motorcycle or scooter adventure by touring some of the spectacular back country roads of Pennsylvania's Dutch Country. Located in Bird in Hand near Water’s Edge Mini-Golf. 220 N Ronks Road, Bird in Hand (717) 598-3191 or visit www.countryroadscooters.com Laserdome: A high-tech fun park with laser tag, virtual reality, and laser theater. Since Laserdome’s grand opening in October of 1999, our guests have played over 500,000 games of Laser Tag. In the past 5 years, we have hosted over 15,000 birthday parties and groups! 2050 Auction Rd, Manheim (717) 492-0002 or visit www.laserdome.com Leisure Bowling & Golfing Center: Bowl 24 hours with 52 Lanes, Auto-Score, and Bumper Bowling. Bowling not your game? We also offer a Golf Driving Range, a Safari Miniature Golf Course (real bentgrass), Billards, Pinball & Video Games. Experience our Awesome Birthday Party Packages! 3440 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-2121 or visit www.leisurelanespa.com “Milk House” Ice Cream & Snack Shoppe at Oregon Dairy: Featuring over 40 flavors of Hand-dipped Ice Cream like Birthday Cake, Cashew & Raspberry, Peppermint Patty Crunch, Blueberry Swirl, Triple Chocolate, and Milky Way as well as your favorite flavors! Or choose from a delicious assortment of Sundaes such as Lancaster County Mud Pie, Tractor Tire Sundae, Cow Pie Sundae, Barnyard Chaos and many more…“Moo-Shakes,” Ice Cream Floats, Hot Dogs, Pizza and Soft Pretzels also available. Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-9pm. Visit Our NEW Playground with an Awesome Spiral Sliding Board! 2900 Oregon Dairy Pk, Lititz (717) 661-6804 www.OregonDairy.com

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North Museum of Natural History & Science: Close to downtown Lancaster, the Museum features extensive collections and hands-on, minds-on exhibits that engage the imagination in a welcoming environment. From outer space to local Native American peoples, from rocks and minerals to dinosaurs, from the Live Animal Room to the Discovery Room, you will explore the diverse world of natural history and science. Twist a 20-foot spiral wave machine, see how a tidal wave spreads across the Earth, play with a tornado, examine hundreds of birds, or explore the galaxy in the planetarium. There's something here for everyone! 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941 or visit www.northmuseum.org Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf & Maze: Plan an expedition through either of our two eighteen-hole miniature golf courses. Perhaps you can take a run through our maze and try to beat the fastest times. Concessions and souvenirs are offered to all guests! 2521 Lincoln Hwy E (717) 391-8234 or visit www.losttreasuregolf.com Shank’s Mare Outfitters: Celebrating our 30th Anniversary. Specializing in outdoor activities such as kayaking, backpacking, and cross-country skiing. Participation and education have always been key elements of our programs that include lessons, trips, kid’s summer camps, and school field trips. Go Play Outside! 2092 Long Level Rd, Wrightsville (877) 554-5080 or visit www.shanksmare.com

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Sickman’s Mill: For Tubing, Camping, Family Outings & Good Old Fashion Family Fun. Open weekends, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hours, 11am Friday through 4pm Sunday. Open holidays, Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day for your enjoyment. Price, $10 per person, $8 per person for groups of 15 or more. Monday through Thursday is reserved for groups by appointment only. Water-front camping is also available. $35 per night - firewood and complimentry Haunted Mill tour at 10pm included. 671 Sandhill Road, Pequea (717) 872-5951 or vist www.sickmansmill.net The Caddy Shack: Restaurant & 20 Hole Miniature Golf Course. A Great Summer Hot Spot! This challenging, lush, green, course is appropriate for all ages. Our restaurant offers above average food for your enjoyment before or after the game. You'll find yourself coming back for the delicious food and peaceful environment. Serving the best Broasted Chicken, Crab Cakes & Gelato! 662 S Oak St at Rt 72, Manheim (717) 664-2250 The Shoppe Revival: Snow and Skate Apparel. 20 N Queen St, Lancaster (717) 431-9671 or visit www.theshopperevival.com Village Greens Miniature Golf: Challenging golf amid the natural beauty of wooded hillside gardens intertwined with dramatic waterways. Two courses cover 13 acres in a beautiful wooded setting. After the game, visit the snack bar with both air-conditioned seating and an outside patio. Old-fashioned milk shakes, hand dipped ice cream, soft drinks, assorted sandwiches and french fries are available to satisfy your appetite. 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 687-6933 or visit www.villagegreens.com Waters Edge Mini-Golf: A challenging –yet relaxing, beautifully landscaped, water-filled, fun park. Our Two 18 Hole Mini-Golf Courses will challenge everyone in your group! Test your golf skills amid cascading waterfalls, gently rolling streams and serene ponds. Putt for par as you stroll through gardens bursting with colorful plants, shrubbery, and water everywhere! 230 N Ronks Rd, Bird-In-Hand (717) 768-4653 or visit www.watersedgegolf.net

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Sickman’s Mill, situated along the beautiful Pequea Creek, makes it the perfect spot for tubing, camping, fishing, family outings, and having good old fashion family fun.

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Open weekends to the public, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hours, 11am Friday through 4pm Sunday. Open some holidays, Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day for your enjoyment. Price, $10 per person, $8 per person for groups of 15 or more. Monday through Thursday is reserved for groups by appointment only. Water-front camping is also available. Sickman's Mill camper's will find a quiet, peaceful campground that is well-maintained with level sites, picnic tables and a bathhouse. Ice is available for an additional charge. Stream swimming is available to keep the children cool and entertained. Visitors may also go fishing for bass and trout along the banks of the creek. Price, $35 per night - firewood and complimentry Haunted Mill tour at 10pm included.

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For Tubing, Camping, Family Outings & Good Old Fashion Family Fun Visit Sickman's Mill, you’ll instantly realize what a rare find this property is in today’s world – An authentic, extremely well preserved, 18th century flour and grist roller mill. It stands four and a half stories high with thirty inch thick stone walls. The power to operate its wooden-geared machinery comes entirely from the water that runs below it. Sickman's Mill, in its original pristine condition, is still operational. The interior walls are constructed with Chestnut wood, not your typical rough-cut planks, sanded smooth so flour could be easily removed. Local farmers brought raw oats and grain to be milled into flour, bagged then delivered to various markets for sale. Imagine how loud and dusty it was during full operation.

During the last decade Sickman’s Mill was known for its seasonal Halloween attraction “Sickman’s Haunted Mill” which closed several years ago. Now under new ownership, the mill is being restored back to its original state. As they removed haunted interior wall coverings and spooky props the new owners realized how much more they have. Just like discovering treasure masked by years of debris, they literally found a museum in the rough. Having walls, ceilings, machinery, etc. covered all those years actually helped to preserve important details of this historical, Lancaster County gem.

What is tubing? Its floating down a flowing body of water while sitting on top of a large inner-tube. Unlike being pulled by a boat, the experience is somber and relaxing. Many tubers show up in groups to share their fun with friends and family.

Have your next event or family gathering at Sickman’s Mill. The entire campground and open-air tent are available for corporate picnics, wedding receptions and large group camping. For more information about renting our facility contact us at events@sickmansmill.net.

I commend the new owners for understanding the esthetics of this valuable property and the fact they want to share their fortune with you by making it accessible for your enjoyment.

While tubing, you’re immersed in nature with mature tree lined cliffs and small natural beaches. Many tubers see great blue herons, deer, geese, ducks, dragonflies, butterflies, tadpoles, minnows and an occasional cow cooling off in the water.

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Friendly’s, Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, Dessert, Kids & Seniors Specials. Ask about our Birthday Club! Four locations near you. • 1655 Columbia Ave, Lancaster (717) 392-5271 • 2150 Lincoln Hwy E, Lancaster (717) 299-6184 • 1521 Oregon Pk, Lancaster (717) 393-3369

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The Crayola FACTORY Runs Summer Golden Ticket!

These animals need a home. We need your help in building a home for the Stoner Carousel in Downtown Lancaster. This magnificent 1901 Carousel has 48 hand-carved horses and menagerie animals just waiting to give rides to kids of all ages. Donations, large and small, will be greatly appreciated.

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In 1996, Two Rivers Landing, which houses The Crayola FACTORY and National Canal Museum, opened its doors and has seen more than 4 million people young and young at heart. This hands-on discovery center specializes in creative and imaginative fun for kids of all ages. Visitors can see live demonstrations on how Crayola crayons and markers are made as well as participate in more than a dozen hands-on art activities. For more information E-mail skiefner@crayola.com. The Crayola FACTORY 30 Centre Square, Easton 1–800–CRAYOLA Tell them Adventure Guide sent you!

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chased large cars with big, powerful engines. By the late 1920s, American manufacturers were placing V8, V12 and V16 engines into a wide variety of body styles – none of which were small, two-door, two-seat vehicles.

New Summer Exhibition to Feature 28 Spectacular Cars. At the Antique Auto Museum in Hershey through October 11 Ask someone just what constitutes a “sports car” and you are bound to receive a wide variety of answers. Some will identify with performance oriented cars like Chevrolet’s Corvette or anything built by the likes of Lamborghini, Alfa-Romeo, Ferrari and a host of other companies that reside chiefly in Europe and offer seating for two. Some will include muscular cars like the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger in this group, arguing that their back seat is more of a luggage compartment than actual seating for additional passengers. Ask a car enthusiast, particularly one who is into racing and they will tell you that a true sports car is a purpose-built two-seater with a history of success in motor racing. The Antique Auto Museum in Hershey has its own take on the subject and is hosting a spectacular 28 car exhibition covering a sixty-year history of sports cars in America. In the earliest days of the automobile, manufactures proved their reliability, durability and performance through competition. This took many forms, including dirt track races, timed events, hill climbs and long-distance runs. Some of the first “competition” cars were actually production models driven by personal owners who doubled as amateur racers. Single-seat cars termed “Runabout” or “Raceabout” offered sports car-like performance and were often driven on America’s emerging highways by daredevil drivers, both male and female. The earliest American sports cars are represented in the exhibition by a 1920 Mercer Raceabout once owned by the actor, Buster Keaton. As the automobile developed in the United States, race cars became a breed of their own and performance vehicles became status symbols. Power and size grew side by side. Wealthy owners who wanted powerful cars pur-

traditionally viewed as America’s only true sports car; it is certainly the nation’s most successful, with volume sales, racing success and a cult following that cannot be matched by its competitors. The Museum’s collection boasts a beautiful 1954 Corvette, one of only about 5 finished in black paint that year. This car is supplemented in the Exhibition by a 1963 Split Window Coupe and a 1967 race-prepped model. While Corvette is the longest running American sports car, it shared its early limelight with a host of other American vehicles, including the twoseat Ford Thunderbird of 1955-1957 and other sporty offerings from companies such as Nash and Kaiser, both represented in the Exhibition. In choosing the vehicles for this display, the Museum defined the “Sports Car in America” has being a purposebuilt two-seater that was either manufactured in America or imported by the manufacturer for domestic sale. We used the Antique Automobile Club of America’s definition of an “antique” being 25 years old or older to limit the selection to pre-1984 models. That turned out to be a good thing because it allowed for the inclusion of very popular cars such as the Mazda RX7 and the Delran DMC-12, best known for its supporting role in the “Back to the Future” movie series.

The sports car as we have come to know it, took shape in America after World War II. American servicemen stationed in England and throughout Europe came into contact with the small, nimble, sporting two-seaters long embraced by the European motorist. Many fell in love with the vehicles. These cars, particularly the MG (illustrated by the Museum’s excellent 1948 MG TC in British Racing Green) were brought back to America by the returning soldiers. It wasn’t long before the cars were officially imported and dealership networks established across the nation. Other foreign manufacturers followed MG, such as Mercedes-Benz, Triumph, Jaguar, BMW and Austin-Healey. By the 1960s several Japanese companies had also entered the market. Though arriving relatively late in the game, American manufacturers have had tremendous success with sports cars. The Chevrolet Corvette, which debuted in 1953, is

All in all, “The Sports Car in America” offers vehicles to please a wide range of tastes. In addition everything already mentioned, we will have a Ford GT40, the car that took the coveted Lemans racing title from Ferrari in the

mid-1960s, a P-1800 Volvo once owned by Roger Moore, of the Sainte and James Bond fame and a “big-block” Cobra formerly owned by the legendary Carroll Shelby. The Sports Car in America opens on Friday, May 22nd and runs through Sunday, October 11th. The Antique Auto Museum at Hershey, a member of the Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program, displays beautifully restored automobiles, buses and motorcycles in unique scenes and settings. This Museum is one of the nation’s newest and largest automotive museums. Visitors are transported through eight decades in time from New York to San Francisco, making each visit a visual adventure for all ages. Admission to the Museum is $10 for adults, $9 for Seniors and $7 for children 4-12 years of age. The Museum is located just off Route 39, one mile west of Hersheypark Drive in Hershey, Pennsylvania. For further information, please call 717-566-7100 or visit www.aacamuseum.org


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Outdoor Recreation Codorus State Park: 2600 Smith Station Rd, Hanover (717) 637-2816

Lancaster County Department of Parks & Recreation: 1050 Rockford Rd, Lancaster (717) 209-3270

Conewago Trail: 1050 Rockford Rd, Lancaster (717) 295-3605

Lancaster Scuba Center: 201 Greenfield Rd, Lancaster (717) 39-SCUBA

Dream Ride Bicycle Tours: 100 S Queen St, Lancaster (717) 397-2503

Lebanon Valley Rail-Trail: Cleona (717) 867-2101

Flintrock Stables: 16 E Brubaker Valley Rd, Lititz (717) 627-4269 French Creek State Park: 843 Park Rd, Elverson (610) 582-9680 Gifford Pinchot State Park: 2200 Rosstown Rd, Lewisberry (717) 432-5011 Jim Thorpe River Adventures: (800) 424-RAFT Joseph E. Ibberson Conservation Area: Newport (717) 567-9255 Visit Silver Spring Farm, a true horse-lover’s paradise for the whole family. (717) 575-5207 Shank’s Mare Outfitters: Celebrating our 30th Anniversary. Specializing in outdoor activities such as kayaking, backpacking, and cross-country skiing. Participation and education have always been key elements of our programs that include lessons, trips, kid’s summer camps, and school field trips. Go Play Outside! 2092 Long Level Rd, Wrightsville (877) 5545080 or visit www.shanksmare.com Sickman’s Mill: For Tubing, Camping, Family Outings & Good Old Fashion Family Fun. Open weekends, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hours, 11am Friday through 4pm Sunday. Open holidays, Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day for your enjoyment. Price, $10 per person, $8 per person for groups of 15 or more. Monday through Thursday is reserved for groups by appointment only. Water-front camping is also available. $35 per night - firewood and complimentry Haunted Mill tour at 10pm included. 671 Sandhill Road, Pequea (717) 872-5951 or vist www.sickmansmill.net

Silver Spring Farm: Dreaming of that horse farm getaway in Lancaster County? You can stop dreaming. Weather your goal is to relax or hit the trails hard our 250 year old Stone Bank Barn with over fourty acres of pasture is all your's. Silver Spring Farm features horse safe fencing, four pandocks, five pastures, a 100' x 200' outdoor ring, a 60' round pen, and a 1.5 acre swiming pond – for you and your horse. We offer organised trail rides for beginners to advanced riders. Our expert, one-on-one, instruction will give you the confidance to take charge and ride like you always wanted. Feel free to bring your own horse, family, friends, pets, bikes, camping gear, whatever. We enjoy the company. 1418 Silver Spring Rd, Drumore (717) 575-5207 or E-mail:ssfarm@live.com

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Kelly’s Run Pinnacle Trail: 9 New Village Rd, Holtwood (717) 284-2278 Lake Tobias Wildlife Park: 760 Tobias Rd, Halifax (717) 362-9126 Lancaster Bicycle Club: P.O. Box 535, Lancaster www.lancasterbikeclub.org

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Dreaming of that Horse Farm Getaway in Lancaster County? At Silver Spring Farm you can stop dreaming.

Silver Spring Farm A 1750’s Working Horse Farm with Hundreds of miles of trails to ride! Wait until you see this place! Talk about beautiful unspoiled, landscape – its 3600 of incredable dream world/horse farm.

There is no charge for camping, biking, hiking, swimming, or use of the picnic area. Bird watching is also popular at the farm due to the number of Bald Eagles, Hawks and other native spices that flurish in the area. You may even see a Red Fox or two.

Close your eyes. Imagine being in the middle of the most perfect horse farm in the heart of Pennsylvania farmland. Not the beaten tourist path, but the real thing. No cars, busses, taxis, or screaming lunitics. Just you, and your horse - or someone elses horse.

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www.AdventureGuideMagazine.net For advertising or editorial info call (717) 669-9400 This month, we'll meet "Sneakers the Seaside Cat", written by Margaret Wise Brown, and learn about the many different types of animals that live close to the ocean shores. Free with admission, but reservations are required. To register or for more information, call 291-4371. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 2913941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org

Our 2009 Maze theme is "Visit PA... All in a Day!"

July 13: Preview Meeting for North Museum Ramble to the Galapagos Islands–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Our next international ramble heads to the Galapagos Islands in March 2010. Snorkel with sea lions, sit with the blue-footed boobies, and crawl with the giant tortoises. Interested? Attend the trip preview meeting July 13 in the North Museum Kinsey Room. Craig Haberle of AAA Travel will unveil the details. Contact Jamie at jalton@northmuseum. org or call 358-4712 to RSVP or request information. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org

July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29: What's Up Wednesdays–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Keep those young minds working over summer vacation! Stop by the museum to explore and participate in science demonstrations, games and activities. Set off on a scavenger hunt, challenge your family to mind-bending puzzles, or explore the universe in the planetarium. 1-4pm. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org July 3: All You Can Play! 4th of July Special–Laserdome. Noon-10pm. 2050 Auction Rd, Manheim (717) 492-0002. Visit us at www.laserdome.com July 3: Glo Golf–Village Greens Golf. Enjoy miniature golf under the stars with glowing balls and aim at glowing holes while listening to your favorite music. A glow necklace is yours to keep. Dusk-10 or 11pm. $10.25/adults, $9.25 children/seniors. 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 6876933 or visit www.villagegreens.com

July 13-17: Outdoor Adventure Week–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Our older campers experience a different adventure each day. They'll participate in a full kayak lesson program and take day paddle tours on the Susquehanna. They'll explore Wind Cave one day, and tackle a challenging ropes course as a part of their camp week. (Campers must be 13-15 yrs old.) Pre-registration required. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Visit the Worlds Largest Interactive Game... the Amazing Maize Maze at Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

July 5: Family Science Sunday–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Mark your calendars for the first Sunday of each month. This month, you’ll be blown away as we play with air, and learn about the physical properties of it. Family Science Sundays are included with Museum admission. 1-4 pm. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org

July 10: Hops & Clocks–National Watch & Clock Museum. Annual fundraiser featuring local micro brews, restaurants, and live music to support the community programming offered by the National Watch and Clock Museum. 514 Poplar St, Columbia (717) 684-8261. Visit us at www.nawcc.org

July 3: Walk-On Nite Ball Bash–Ambush Paintball & Outdoor Laser Tag. $25 BYOP includes Field Fee and Air. Or $60 includes case of paint, field fee, Air, and a hot dog. $5 Equipment Rental. Reservations recommended at least two weeks prior to game day. 91 Hill Top Dr, Conestoga (717) 871-8632. Visit us at www.ambush-paintball.com

July 10: Red, White, & Blue Paddle Evening Rendezvous–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Don your patriotic colors and join us for an evening on the Susquehanna. Following a quick kayak orientation, our guides lead you on a relaxing paddle tour. This paddle is suitable for beginners, and rental kayaks are available. Following the paddle, adjourn to “The Rookery” for a delicious dinner and an awesome view of the Susquehanna from our comfortable banquet room. Special prizes for the most patriotic attire! Program includes tour, guide and meal. 6-9pm. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com

July 3-5: Family Celebration Package–Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn. Package includes: Overnight accomodations at the Inn at Hershey Farm (up to 5), Free admission to fireworks, Hot Breakfast Buffet, Free basket of local fireworks. Standard room with one king or two double beds located in our Carriage House or Farmhouse. Not valid with prior reservations. No other discounts applicable. Advance reservations required. Mention code: fireworks09 when booking. RT 896, Strasburg (800) 8278635. Visit us at www.hersheyfarm.com July 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, 31: Wine & Cheese Train– Strasburg Railroad. First-class accommodations on the Parlor Car with complimentary wine, cheese, and crackers. Beer, mixed drinks, premium wines, non-alcoholic hot and cold beverages are also available for purchase. Reservations suggested. Must be 21 years or older to board. Photo ID req. RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-7522 or visit us at www.strasburgrailroad.com July 3, 10, 17, 24: Backyard BBQ Bash–Mt. Hope Estate & Winery. Celebrate the height of the summer season with our Backyard BBQ Bash benefitting the Central PA Food Bank. The BBQ Bash features a wide variety of toe‐tapping local music, fantastic food, Swashbuckler ales and Mount Hope wines Friday nights in July. 83 Mansion House Rd, RT 72 & PA Turnpike Exit 20, Manheim (717) 665-7021 or visit www.parenfaire.com July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31: Friday Live Acoustic in the Pub– Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub. 10:30pm. Check our website for details. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer. com July 4-Nov 7: Amazing Maize Maze–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. Spend about an hour in the world's most dynamic and interactive 5-acre corn maze with over 2.5 miles of paths, scenic bridges, and clues. And don't worry if you take the wrong path! Our two Maze Masters are always on hand to get you back on track! After the maze, check out the barnyard and other fun farm activities. 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 687-6843. Visit us at www. cherrycrestfarm.com

July 9, 16, 23, 30: Read, Touch, & Discover–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Using a different book each week, Read, Touch, & Discover encourages young children to explore their world. We'll experiment with air to find out how it affects you and your environment. Hang on to your hat. It'll be a wild and windy time! 10:30am. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www. northmuseum.org

Hops & Clocks–National Watch & Clock Museum July 7, 14, 21, 28: Senior Day–Village Greens Golf. Every Tues is Senior (60 yrs+) Day. $4.25/game Orange course, $5.75/game Gold course. 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 687-6933 or visit www.villagegreens.com July 9: Family Fun Paddle Tour–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Here’s a great way to spend time with your kids! Begin your outing with some basic kayak orientation. Launch your boats and enjoy a guided tour of the Susquehanna River. Explore the streams that empty into the river and watch for Bald Eagles. This paddle is suitable for beginners with paddlers using double or triple seat decktop kayaks. (Older children may be permitted to use single kayaks). Children 6 years and up, and parents of all ages will enjoy this program. Fee includes tour, guide, kayak, paddles, and pfd’s. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com July 9, 23: Open Mic–Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub. 7-10pm. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer.com

July 10-11, 17-18, 24-25: Amish Vows in Paradise– Bird-In-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord. Freedom Chapel Dinner Theatre presents "Amish Vows in Paradise." Experience a traditional Amish wedding feast coupled with a wonderful performance. Doors open 5:30pm. Dinner 6pm. Show 7:30pm. Call Jamie Ressler at (717) 768-1111 or 1-866-931-2925 for reservations. RT 340, Bird-in-Hand (717) 768-1550. Visit us at www.bird-in-hand.com July 11: Cosmic Mike's North Stars Open House–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Join the club that's out of this world! Kids ages 8 to 12 are invited to an open house to learn more about Cosmic Mike's North Stars, the North Museum's youth astronomy club. Meet the Museum staff and club members and participate in club activities for the day. RSVP by July 3 to cosmicmike@northmuseum.org or call 2914315. 9-10:30am. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org July 11: Cruise In–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. Street rods, Antique cars, Muscle cars. Free admission to car owner and one guest. For more info contact Ped Abreu (717) 392-3561. Paid admission to the farm required for spectators. 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 6876843. Visit us at www.cherrycrestfarm.com July 11: Grands are Grand!–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Grandparents are invited to bring their pre-school aged grandchildren to the North Museum on the second Saturday of each month at 10:30am to share a story, science activity and craft.

July 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30: Kids in Exploration Camp– National Watch & Clock Museum. Check our website for more details. 514 Poplar St, Columbia (717) 684-8261. Visit us at www.nawcc.org July 15: National Ice Cream Day–Village Greens Golf. Free Golf Ball Sundae with paid golf admission. 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 687-6933 or visit www. villagegreens.com July 16-19: 161 Club Road Trip in Central PA–Antique Automobile Club of America Museum. The 161Club is the highest level of membership in the AACA Museum. This is the second of 4 prestigious tours. Members enjoy VIP privileges and other unique opportunities. Join us! 161 Museum Dr, Hershey (717) 566-7100. Visit us at www.aacamuseum.org July 17: Wine Tasting–Strasburg Railroad. Strasburg Rail Road is hosting a special Twin Brook Winery wine tasting aboard the train. Relax and enjoy five wine selections, a presentation by a wine educator and a 45-minute train ride. Reservations suggested. Must be 21 years or older to board. Photo ID req. RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-7522 or visit us at www.strasburgrailroad.com July 18: Red Hot Christmas in July in Lancaster– National Christmas Center. Come see our very own Red Hot Christmas tree boasting Red and Purple ornaments. Take your photo with the original Red Hat Man, Santa Claus! Every Red Hat Lady who comes to the NCC today dressed in her finest red and purple, will receive a special discounted admission rate to the museum, and free admission to our first annual Christmas in July outdoor festival! Call for details. 3427 Lincoln Hwy E, Paradise (717) 442-7950. Visit us at www.nationalchristmascenter.com July 18: Walk-On Day–Ambush Paintball & Outdoor Laser Tag. $30 includes 500 Paintballs, Field Fee and Air. Paintball $60 per case $5 Equipment Rental. Reservations recommended at least two weeks prior to game day. 91 Hill Top Dr, Conestoga (717) 871-8632. Visit us at www.ambush-paintball.com July 21: Active Agile Recreational Paddlers (AARP) Tour–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Enjoy a morning of casual paddling on the Susquehanna with like-minded adults! Our experienced guides will give you a short introduction to touring kayaking. Launch your boats and travel at a comfortable pace to visit some of our favorite places on the river. Our guides will be ready to point out some Susquehanna wildlife along the way. This tour is suitable for beginners. Fee includes tour, guide, kayak, paddles, & pfd’s. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com July 21-Nov 8: Country Barn Corn Maze–Country Barn Farm Market. After you have mastered the maize, enjoy live Entertainment, Billy Goat Mountain, Bunny Village, the Petting Farm, Mini Wagon Rides, Super Swine Speedway and more! Don't forget your camera! 211 S Donnerville Rd, Lancaster (717)-872-1554 or visit us at www.countrybarnmarket.com


To Advertise Call: (717) 669-9400 July 24: Friday Nights Unwind at the River–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Shank’s Mare’s Friday Nights Unwind are a great excuse to head to the river and relax. Live entertainment 7-9pm on our porch. Rent a kayak for a relaxing paddle or just grab some food at the Lock 2 Café, spread a blanket on the lawn (coolers are welcome), and enjoy the music as the river flows by. No reservations required. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com July 24: Movie Night–National Watch & Clock Museum. 6-8pm. 514 Poplar St, Columbia (717) 684-8261. Visit us at www.nawcc.org July 25: Battle of the Brewery Bands–Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub. 6-10pm. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer.com July 25: Civil War Day–Landis Valley Museum. Dozens of authentically dressed military reenactors will become part of the museum’s historic setting, participating in bayonet drills, musket firing demonstrations, the issuing of rations, meals prepared in the field, and tours of the military camp. Craft demonstrations such as tinsmithing, blacksmithing, tavern cooking, gunsmithing and more. 2451 Kissel Hill Rd, Lancaster (717) 569-0401 or visit www.landisvalleymuseum.org July 25: Conejohela Flats Birding Kayak Tour with Deuane Hoffman–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. The PA Audubon Society designated the Conejohela Flats, located across the river from Shank’s Mare, as an Important Bird Area. This is prime time for migratory shore birds, along with bald eagles, osprey, great blue herons, and egrets. Begin the day with a short slide presentation by Deuane about what you can expect to see. Then head out in your kayaks to enjoy a full day of exploring. Bring binoculars and field guides. Price includes tour, guide, and lunch. Rental kayaks available. Suitable for beginners, but expect to paddle about 8 miles for the day. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com July 26: Antique & Muscle Car Cruise–Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn. RT 896, Strasburg (800) 827-8635. Visit us at www.hersheyfarm.com

July Events Calendar July 26: Sunday Brunch Paddle Rendezvous–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Our rendezvous begins with a short orientation to kayaking. Paddlers then launch their kayaks for a leisurely paddle to the Conejohela Flats. This area of the Susquehanna River is a major migratory bird stopover on the Atlantic flyway, so you’re sure to see a variety of wildlife. The paddle is suitable for beginners and rental kayaks are available. After the tour, adjourn to “The Rookery” for a hearty brunch. Program includes tour, guide, and meal. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com July 27-31: Mini Golf Camp–Village Greens Golf. Five days of miniature golf! You’ll learn etiquette, rules, scoring, club grip, stance, straight putts, speed control, bank and slope shots. Golf game and snacks each day. Tournament and prizes on the final day. Grades 1-6. 9am-noon. Pre-registration required. 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 687-6933 or visit www.villagegreens.com July 27-31: Outdoor Discovery Day Camp–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Each day offers a different adventure in paddling, hiking, and nature exploration. Kayak the Susquehanna and Fishing Creek. Explore a Tectonic cave and hike the same trails the Susquehanna Indians traveled hundreds of years ago. Open to boys and girls 10-12 years of age. Pre-registration required. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com July 30-31: Educator Open House–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm and Strasburg Railroad. Cherry Crest Adventure Farm and The Strasburg Rail Road would like to show our appreciation to teachers in public and private schools by offering complimentary one-day passes to both properties for educators. Arrive at Cherry Crest Adventure Farm on your selected date to pick up your tickets for both attractions. Just show your school ID or pay stub from your school district to provide proof of employment. 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 687-6843. Visit us at www.cherrycrestfarm.com Through July 28: 2009 Lancaster Summer Arts Festival–Throughout Lancaster, (717) 569-6050 www.lancasteronline.com/lsaf

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July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Dinner & A Movie Series– Binn’s Park, Lancaster, 9pm (717) 291-4758 www.cityoflancasterpa.com July 3: First Friday–Downtown Lancaster, 5-9pm, (717) 509-ARTS www.lancasterarts.com July 3: Lititz Lions 16th Annual Independence Day Parade– Throughout Lititz (717) 627-1504 www.lititzpa.com July 4: 35th Anniversary Independence Day Grand Demolition & Fireworks Display–Buck Motorsports Park, 900 Lancaster Pk, Quarryville (717) 859-4244 www.buckmotorsports.com July 4: 192nd Fourth of July Celebration–Lititz Springs Park (717) 626-8981 www.lititzpa.com July 4: Firecracker Run–Main St, Ephrata (717) 738-5060 www.downtownephrata.org July 4: Old Fashioned 4th of July–Musser Park, Lancaster (717) 291-4758 www.cityoflancasterpa.com July 4: Pig Roast–Intercourse Fire Co, Hollander Rd, Intercourse www.intercoursevillage.com July 10: Lovin' Lititz Every Second–Downtown Lititz (717) 626-6332 www.lititzpa.com July 17: Movie Night–Lititz Springs Park, Lititz (717) 626-0214 www.lititzpa.com July 17: Music Friday–200 & 300 Blocks N Queen St, Lancaster (717) 394-7201 www.buildingcharacter.biz July 17: Third Friday’s a Charm–Downtown Ephrata, 5-8pm (717) 738-5060 www.downtownephrata.org July 18: 2008 Garden Ganza–Maytown Historical Society, throughout Maytown (717) 426-3272 www.parivertowns.com July 18: Monster Truck Showdown–Buck Motorsports Park, 900 Lancaster Pk, Quarryville (717) 859-4244 www.buckmotorsports.com

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July 19: Music in the Park–Main Street Mount Joy, War Memorial Park, Marrietta Ave, Mount Joy, (717) 653-4227 www.msmj.org July 24: Fourth Friday–Downtown Mount Joy, 5-8pm (717) 653-4227 www.msmj.org July 25: Taste of Mount Joy–Downtown Mount Joy, 11am-2:30pm (717) 653-4227 www.msmj.org July 24-25: Annual John Deere Show–Rough & Tumble Engineers Historical Association, 4977 Lincoln Hwy E, Kinzers (717) 442-4249 www.roughandtumble.org July 25: Lucas Oil East Coast Series–Buck Motorsports Park, RT 272, 900 Lancaster Pk, Quarryville (800) 344-7855 www.buckmotorsports.com July 25: Village Art Association’s 41st Annual Outdoor Art Show–Lititz Springs Park, Lititz (717) 626-0866 www.lititzart.com July 26: 21st Annual Schreiber Pediatric Rubber Duckie Race–Lancaster County Central Park, 625 Community Way, Lancaster, (717) 393-0425 www. schreiberpediatric.org July 26: Music in the Park–Main Street Mount Joy, War Memorial Park, Marrietta Ave, Mount Joy, (717) 653-4227 www.msmj.org July 31-Sept 6: Music at Gretna–Gretna Playhouse (717) 361-1508 www.gretnamusic.org

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August Events Calendar will lead you to one of the “coolest” places on the water. Following your tour, enjoy a delicious summer meal in “The Rookery”. A great alternative to the usual date night, and suitable for those who may never have kayaked. Rental kayaks available. Program includes tour, guide and meal. 6-9pm. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com

Alash Ensemble is gaining audiences around the globe with their unique sound. They’ve even performed a private concert for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prince Albert II of Monaco. In addition to their amazing throat singing skills, the band also plays centuries-old stringed and percussion instruments. Alash performances in the U.S. include Lincoln Center, SXSW Music Fest, Kennedy Center, Grass Roots Fest, New England Conservatory of Music, colleges, high schools, and stages across the country.

Aug 7: Glo Golf–Village Greens Golf. Enjoy miniature golf under the stars with glowing balls and aim at glowing holes while listening to your favorite music. A glow necklace is yours to keep. Dusk-10 or 11pm. $10.25/adults, $9.25 children/ seniors. 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 6876933 or visit www.villagegreens.com Aug 7: Walk-On Nite Ball Bash–Ambush Paintball & Outdoor Laser Tag. $25 BYOP includes Field Fee and Air. Or $60 includes case of paint, field fee, Air, and a hot dog. $5 Equipment Rental. Reservations recommended at least two weeks prior to game day. 91 Hill Top Dr, Conestoga (717) 871-8632. Visit us at www. ambush-paintball.com

Annual Sweet Corn Festival at Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. (717) 687-6843 Aug 1, 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29: Wine & Cheese Train–Strasburg Railroad. Firstclass accommodations on the Parlor Car with complimentary wine, cheese, and crackers. Beer, mixed drinks, premium wines, non-alcoholic hot and cold beverages are also available for purchase. Reservations suggested. Must be 21 years or older to board. Photo ID req. RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-7522 or visit us at www. strasburgrailroad.com Aug 2: Family Science Sunday–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Mark your calendars for the first Sunday of each month. This month, it’s tornadoes, earthquakes and hurricanes as we talk about natural disasters. Family Science Sundays are included with Museum admission. Family Science Sundays are included with Museum admission. 1-4 pm. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org Aug 4-8: Pedal Tractor Pull–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. Don't miss this legendary event! 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 6876843. Visit us at www.cherrycrestfarm.com Aug 4, 11, 18, 25: Senior Day–Village Greens Golf. Every Tues is Senior (60 yrs+) Day. $4.25/ game Orange course, $5.75/game Gold course. 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 687-6933 or visit www.villagegreens.com Aug 5, 12: What's Up Wednesdays–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Keep those young minds working over summer vacation! Stop by the museum to participate in science demonstrations, games and activities. Set off on a scavenger hunt, challenge your family to mind-bending puzzles, or explore the universe in the planetarium. 1-4pm. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www. northmuseum.org Aug 6, 13: Read, Touch, & Discover–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Using a different book each week, Read, Touch, & Discover encourages young children to explore their world. We'll experiment with air to find out how it affects you and your environment. Hang on to your hat. It'll be a wild and windy time! 10:30am. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www.northmuseum.org Aug 6 , 20: Open Mic–Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub. 7-10pm. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer.com Aug 7: Dog Days of Summer Paddle Evening Rendezvous–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. What better way to stay cool than to head out on the River. Start with a quick orientation session, then on to the water for a relaxing guided paddle tour of the Susquehanna. Our experienced guides

July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31: Friday Live Acoustic in the Pub–Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub. 10:30pm. Check our website for details. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer.com Aug 8: Grands are Grand!–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Grandparents are invited to bring their pre-school aged grandchildren to the North Museum on the second Saturday of each month at 10:30am to share a story, science activity and craft. This month, we’ll read "Make Way for Ducklings" by Robert McCloskey, and learn how a bird’s feet and beak can tell us about where it lives and what it eats. Free with admission, but reservations required. To register or for more information, call 291-4371. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www. northmuseum.org

What is throat singing? Newsweek Magazine said: “Imagine a human bagpipe – a person who could sing a sustained low note while humming an eerie, whistle-like melody. For good measure, toss in a thrumming rhythm similar to that of a jaw harp, but produced vocally – by the same person, at the same time.”

A Little Taste of Asia Manheim Township Public Library… more than books A Little Taste of Asia is an evening celebrating Asian music, food, and culture. It’s also a fun way to support the Manheim Township Public Library and a great night out. The event takes place Saturday, August 8, 6:00 – 9:30 pm at Legacy at the Lancaster Jewish Community Center in Manheim Township. The event features 2 World music performances. Headlining the event is Alash Ensemble, an international quartet of throat singers from Tuva (Siberia). Opening for Alash Ensemble is John Protopapas on sitar. The evening also offers a variety of Asian foods and drink. Featured restaurants include: Blue Pacific Sushi & Grill, Rice and Noodles, Taj Mahal, and Tokyo Diner.

Aug 8-9: PA Renaissance Faire-The Grande Arrival–Mt. Hope Estate & Winery. Join the Shirefolk and our beloved Queen as we swing wide the Castle Gates and kick off our 29th season! 2-for-1 Admission with coupon. 83 Mansion House Rd, RT 72 & PA Turnpike Exit 20, Manheim (717) 665-7021 or visit www. parenfaire.com Aug 10-14: Outdoor Adventure Week–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Our older campers experience a different adventure each day. They'll participate in a full kayak lesson program and take day paddle tours on the Susquehanna. They'll explore Wind Cave one day, and tackle a challenging ropes course as a part of their camp week. (Campers must be 13-15 yrs old.) Preregistration required. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Aug 11: Independence Day Picnic–Clipper Stadium. Sign up now for two hours of all you can eat fun in the Barnstormers Power Alley when they take on the York Revolution. Game time is at 6:30, but the buffet starts at 6:00. The picnic menu includes pulled BBQ chicken, grilled hamburgers, Kunzler hot dogs, deli salad, baked beans, corn on the cob, potato chips, assorted fountain sodas, and an American classic for dessert, apple pie! Adults $27, kids ages 5-12 yrs $23, for fans under 5 yrs its free. If you're a season ticket holder tickets are $22. Call 717-509-0880 or go online for tickets. 650 N Prince St, Lancaster (717) 509-HITS (4487) or visit us at www.lancasterbarnstormers.com Aug 11-15: Conservation Week–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. Learn what it means to grow and go green! 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 687-6843. Visit us at www.cherrycrestfarm.com Aug 13: Hands-on History Day–Landis Valley Museum. Enjoy a lesson in our 1800s one-room school house. Learn an historic craft. Explore artifacts. Process wool. Play old-fashioned games. Tour our historic buildings. Enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride. Activities for the whole family. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a day the old-fashioned way. 10am-3pm. 2451 Kissel Hill Rd, Lancaster (717) 569-0401 or visit www. landisvalleymuseum.org

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In 2008, Alash Ensemble toured with Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, and performed on their Grammy-winning holiday CD. To find out more about the Alash Ensemble throat singers, visit www. alashensemble.com. John Protopapas kicks off the evening’s music on sitar. John has been studying and performing classical Indian music for over 30 years. He’s a professor of World Music at York College, as well as a yoga instructor, and private music instructor. To learn more about John, visit http://www. yogahomepa.com/music.html. Tickets are $35 and include an Asian food buffet and 2 World music concerts. The event is held at Legacy at the Lancaster Jewish Community Center, 2120 Oregon Pike (across from the Library). Proceeds benefit the Manheim Township Public Library (www.mtpl.info). For tickets stop by the Library at 2121 Oregon Pike, Lancaster or call Mary Jo at 717-569-2269

Aug 15-16: PA Renaissance Faire-Chivalry & Romance–Mt. Hope Estate & Winery. Dedicated to romantics of all ages. Knights and Rogues, Ladies, and Wenches–even Queen Elizabeth– are in the mood to woo and be wooed. 83 Mansion House Rd, RT 72 & PA Turnpike Exit 20, Manheim (717) 665-7021 or visit www. parenfaire.com

Read, Touch, & Discover at North Museum of Natural History & Science. (717) 291-3941 Aug 14: Wine Tasting–Strasburg Railroad. Strasburg Rail Road is hosting a special Twin Brook Winery wine tasting aboard the train. Relax and enjoy five wine selections, a presentation by a wine educator and a 45minute train ride. Reservations suggested. Must be 21 years or older to board. Photo ID req. RT 741 E, Strasburg (717) 687-7522 or visit us at www.strasburgrailroad.com Aug 15: Scout Night Sleepover–Clipper Stadium. Scout Night includes: ticket to the Barnstormers game, Scout Night patch, a movie, breakfast, and of course a chance to sleep out inside the stadium. 650 N Prince St, Lancaster (717) 509-HITS (4487) or visit us at www.lancasterbarnstormers.com Aug 15: Storytelling Day–Landis Valley Museum. Join us as we share stories with folks of all ages. 2451 Kissel Hill Rd, Lancaster (717) 569-0401 or visit www.landisvalleymuseum.org

Aug 16, 30: Sunday Brunch Paddle Rendezvous– Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Our rendezvous begins with a short orientation to kayaking. Paddlers then launch their kayaks for a leisurely paddle to the Conejohela Flats. This area of the Susquehanna River is a major migratory bird stopover on the Atlantic flyway, so you’re sure to see a variety of wildlife. The paddle is suitable for beginners and rental kayaks are available. After the tour, adjourn to “The Rookery” for a hearty brunch. Program includes tour, guide, and meal. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Aug 21: Friday Nights Unwind at the River– Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Shank’s Mare’s Friday Nights Unwind are a great excuse to head to the river and relax. Live entertainment 7-9pm on our porch. Rent a kayak for a relaxing paddle or just grab some food at the Lock 2 Café, spread a blanket on the lawn (coolers are welcome), and enjoy the music as the river flows by. No reservations required. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Aug 22: 18th Annual Stoudts Bier Garden MicroFest–Stoudt’s Black Angus Restaurant & Brew Pub. Sample microbrews from around the country. Enjoy Ed’s “Best of the Wurst” German style buffet. Music by Daisy Jug Band. Tickets $30/session and include tasting glass, buffet, entertainment, and shuttle service from all local hotels. Sessions are Noon-4pm and 7-11pm. RT 272, 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown (717) 484-4386 or visit www.stoudtsbeer.com


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August Events Continued will give you a short introduction to touring kayaking. Launch your boats and travel at a comfortable pace to visit some of our favorite places on the river. Our guides will be ready to point out some Susquehanna wildlife along the way. This tour is suitable for beginners. Fee includes tour, guide, kayak, paddles, and pfd’s. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Aug 28: Movie Night–National Watch & Clock Museum. 6-8pm. 514 Poplar St, Columbia (717) 684-8261. Visit us at www.nawcc.org

18th Annual Stoudts Bier Garden MicroFest at Stoudt’s Black Angus Aug 22, (717) 484-4386

Aug 22: Native American Rock Art Kayak Tour with Paul Nevin–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Paul Nevin is an expert on the Native American Rock Art found in the Susquehanna River. You'll actually climb on to these rocks located in midriver, and view the drawings that may date back thousands of years. Price includes tour, shuttle, guide and lunch. Rental kayaks are available. Beginner paddlers can do this tour, though there is some physical strength required. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Aug 22: Walk-On Day–Ambush Paintball & Outdoor Laser Tag. $30 includes 500 Paintballs, Field Fee and Air. Paintball $60 per case, $5 Equipment Rental. Reservations recommended at least two weeks prior to game day. 91 Hill Top Dr, Conestoga (717) 871-8632. Visit us at www. ambush-paintball.com Aug 22-23: PA Renaissance Faire-Pyrate Invasion– Mt. Hope Estate & Winery. Rascals, Rogues, and Pyrates abound as the Shire is besieged by unscrupulous sailors. Swashbuckler Brew will flow and the sea shanties sung on this fine “Arrg”-ust weekend. 83 Mansion House Rd, RT 72 & PA Turnpike Exit 20, Manheim (717) 665-7021 or visit www.parenfaire.com

Aug 25: Family Fun Paddle Tour–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Here’s a great way to spend time with your kids! Begin your outing with some basic kayak orientation. Launch your boats and enjoy a guided tour of the Susquehanna River. Explore the streams that empty into the river and watch for Bald Eagles. This paddle is suitable for beginners with paddlers using double or triple seat decktop kayaks. (Older children may be permitted to use single kayaks). Children 6 years and up, and parents of all ages will enjoy this program. Fee includes tour, guide, kayak, paddles, and pfd’s. 2092 Long Level Rd, RT 624 S, Wrightsville (717) 252-1616 or visit us at www.shanksmare.com Aug 25-29: Dairy Days–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. Come out and kiss a cow at Dairy Days.150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 687-6843. Visit us at www.cherrycrestfarm.com Aug 27: Active Agile Recreational Paddlers (AARP) Tour–Shank’s Mare Outfitters. Enjoy a morning of casual paddling on the Susquehanna with like-minded adults! Our experienced guides

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Aug 29: Annual Sweet Corn Festival–Cherry Crest Adventure Farm. Here's your chance to get corny. Play corn hole, make corn crafts, take part in a corn husking and shelling contest, corn eating contest, pony rides and more. Enjoy kettle corn, corn dogs, fried sweet corn, corn fritters, and chicken corn soup. 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks (717) 687-6843. Visit us at www.cherrycrestfarm.com Aug 29: Telescope Workshop–North Museum of Natural History and Science. Is your telescope being used as a clothes rack? Need advice before purchasing a new telescope? The North Museum at the Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County will present the basics of the different types of telescopes, their advantages, and demonstrate how to use them to get the best viewing experience. Cost is $25 for North Museum and AELC Members, $32 nonmuseum members. Registration and payment required by August 8. For more information or to register, contact Cosmic Mike at 291-4315 or cosmicmike@northmusuem.org. 400 College Ave, Lancaster (717) 291-3941. Visit us at www. northmuseum.org Aug 29-30: PA Renaissance Faire-Worlde Carnival–Mt. Hope Estate & Winery. Talent from around the globe has gathered to present Her Majesty with the sights, sounds, and smells of fantastic and far-away lands. 83 Mansion House Rd, RT 72 & PA Turnpike Exit 20, Manheim (717) 665-7021 or visit www.parenfaire.com

For advertising or editorial info call (717) 669-9400 www.AdventureGuideMagazine.net 25 Aug 30: Antique & Muscle Car Cruise–Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn. RT 896, Strasburg (800) 827-8635. Visit us at www.hersheyfarm.com Aug 30: Gold Course 25th Anniversary Celebration–Village Greens Golf. Every 25th person FREE! (Must be accompanied by an adult.) 1444 Village Rd, Strasburg (717) 687-6933 or visit www.villagegreens.com Through Sept 6: Music at Gretna series–Gretna Playhouse, Mount Gretna (717) 361-1508 www. gretnamusic.org Aug 1: Diesel Pickup "Powerfest Series" Summer Jamboree–Buck Motorsports Park, 900 Lancaster Pk, Quarryville (800) 344-7855 www.buckmotorsports.com Aug 7: First Friday–Downtown Lancaster, 59pm, (717) 509-ARTS www.lancasterarts.com Aug 1: Mt. Gretna Tour of Homes–Throughout Mt. Gretna (717) 361-1508 www.gretnamusic.org Aug 1: Yummie’s Birthday Party– Kitchen Kettle Village, RT 240, Intercourse (800) 732-3538 www.kitchenkettle.com Aug 2: Music in the Park–Main Street Mount Joy, War Memorial Park, Marrietta Ave, Mount Joy, (717) 653-4227 www.msmj.org Aug 6: 13, 20, 27: Dinner & A Movie Series– Binn’s Park, Lancaster, 9pm (717) 291-4758 www.cityoflancasterpa.com

Aug 8: Lititz Rotary Craft Show–Lititz Springs Park and downtown Lititz (717) 626-6875 www.venturelititz.com Aug 8: Smashin' & Crashin' Demolition Derby Series–Buck Motorsports Park, 900 Lancaster Pk, Quarryville (800) 344-7855 www.buckmotorsports.com


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Aug 22: Kinzers Fire Co Mud Sale–Kinzers Fire Company, 3521 Lincoln Hwy E, Kinzers (717) 442-4121 Aug 22: Summer Mud Bog Series– Buck Motorsports Park, 900 Lancaster Pk, Quarryville (717) 859-4244 www. buckmotorsports.com Aug 28: Fourth Friday–Downtown Mount Joy, 5-8pm (717) 653-4227 www.msmj.org

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Aug 9: Evening of Music in the Mary Oehme Gardens–Lititz Historical Foundation, 145 E Main St, Lititz (717) 627-4636 www. lititzhistoricalfoundation.com Aug 9: Music in the Park–Main Street Mount Joy, War Memorial Park, Marrietta Ave, Mount Joy, (717) 653-4227 www.msmj.org Aug 12-15: Annual Thresherman’s Reunion–Rough & Tumble Engineers Historical Association, 4977 Lincoln Hwy E, Kinzers (717) 442-4249 www. roughandtumble.org

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Aug 15: 20th Annual Truckers Day at the Buck–Buck Motorsports Park, 900 Lancaster Pk, Quarryville (800) 344-7855 www.buckmotorsports.com Aug 15-16: Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show–Mt. Gretna (717) 964-3270 www. mtgretnaarts.com

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Balloon Rides Daily from Bird-in-Hand Visit Lancaster County Wineries and local communities offering weekly concerts for your enjoyment. Don’t forget your lawn chair and sun block! Since dates and times may vary we listed their websites for more information. City Park Bandshell Concerts Hill Rd & Constitution Way, Reading (610) 898-1930 www.berksarts.org Gretna Music (Admission) Mt. Gretna Playhouse and The Tabernacle Pennsylvania & Carnegie Aves, Mt. Gretna (717) 361-1508 www.gretnamusic.org Greenfield Concerts (Free) Greenfield Corporate Center, Lancaster (717) 293-4550 www.greenfieldevents.com Italian Lake Concert Series (Free) 3rd & Division Sts, Harrisburg (717) 255-3020 www.harrisburgevents.com Levitt Live! (Free) 100 Concert Dr, Reservoir Park, Harrisburg (717) 255-3020 www.levittlive.org Longs Park Concert Series (Free) RT 30 & Harrisburg Pk, Lancaster (717) 735-8883 www.longspark.org

Moondancer Vineyards & Winery Festivals (Admission) 1282 Klines Run Rd, Wrightsville (717) 252-9463 www.moondancerwinery.com Naylor Winery Summer Sounds (Admission) 4069 Vineyard Rd, Stewartstown (717) 993-2431 www.naylorwine.com Nissley Vineyards Lawn Concerts (Admission) 140 Vintage Dr, Bainbridge (717) 426-3514 www.nissleywine.com Sounds of Summer Concert Series (Free) Springettsbury Township Park Amphitheater 1501 Mt. Zion Rd, York www.springettsbury.com Twin Brook Winery Gazebo Concert Series (Admission) 5697 Strasburg Rd, Gap (717) 442-4915 www.twinbrookwinery.com

Summer Fireworks! July 4: 3-D FIREWORKS Display–Buck Motorsports Park, Quarryville (717) 859-4244 July 4: FIREWORKS & Fountains–Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square (610) 388-1000 July 4: Annual Fourth of July Celebration–Lititz Springs Park, Lititz (717) 626-8981 July 4: Central PA 4th Fest–Penn State University, State College (814) 231-9682 July 4: Community FIREWORKS–Lincoln Heights Outdoor Rec Area, Ephrata (717) 738-9222 June 26: Celebrate Lancaster! 2009 FIREWORKS– Lancaster Square, Downtown Lancaster (717) 291-4758 June 28: Independence Day FIREWORKS– Springettsbury Twp Park, York (717) 5050-0406 June 27: Lancaster’s Best FIREWORKS!–Rockvale Outlets. Lancaster, RT 30 & 896, (717) 293-9595 July 1: Long's Park FIREWORKS–Lancaster Symphony Orchestra presents its annual patriotic concert with a spectacular fireworks display at dusk. www.longspark.org.

July 4: Freedom Fest Concert & FIREWORKS– Nottingham County Park, 150 Park Rd, Nottingham (610) 932-2589 July 4: Hershey FIREWORKS–Come to Hersheypark (717) 534-3900 July 4: Lebanon FIREWORKS–Coleman Memorial Park, 1400 W Maple St, Lebanon (717) 273-7215 July 4: Middletown FIREWORKS–Sunset Londonderry Twp, Middletown (717) 944-1803

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Evergreen Golf Course: Exceptional quality at affordable prices! Evergreen Golf offers you a choice of 2 courses: the Pitch & Putt (Par 3) and the Executive Course. The Pitch & Putt Course is fun for the entire family, and an ideal way to work on your short game. Perfect for beginners and experienced players alike. The Executive Course is short enough to play after work, yet challenging enough for the seasoned golfer. Come visit Lancaster County’s hidden treasure at 1503 Lititz Rd, Manheim, 7 miles N of Lancaster off RT 72. For more information and tee times call (717) 898-7852

Olde Hickory Golf Club: Come on out and have some fun. Spend quality time with your family as you play our challenging 9-hole course. A winding stream and well protected greens provide you with a pleasant golfing experience. Afterwards, take your family for a swim at the Olde Hickory Swim Club. Olde Hickory is ideal for juniors, beginners, seniors, singles and couples who want to sharpen their skills. We encourage senior players with our exclusive Senior Membership. Memberships are available at reasonable rates. Daily fees welcome. Located off Oregon Pike, Route 272 North, 1 1/2 miles from Route 30 bypass. 600 Olde Hickory Road, Lancaster (717) 569-9107

Lancaster Host Golf Resort: A favorite of both locals and vacationing golfers, Lancaster Host Golf Resort offers fast greens, beautifully manicured fairways, water, and gentle slopes. A Championship 18Hole facility, surrounded by 3 working Amish farms and breathtaking vistas of farmlands and meadows. Rated among Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play,” it is also the annual host of the Philadelphia PGA ProAm event. 3 practice greens, Driving Range, and a Night-Lit Putting Green! Amenities include a newly renovated Club House, PGA Pro and Pro Shop, 2 Restaurants and Lounge. Lancaster Host Golf Resort is located at 2300 Lincoln Hwy E, Lancaster (717) 299-5500 or visit us at www.lancasterhost.com

Tree Top Golf Course: Tree Top Golf Course is a family-owned & operated course in rural Manheim. Open year round for your golfing pleasure, Tree Top features an 18 hole, par 65 course. Experience the beauty of lush green valleys, sparkling waters, and breathtaking views of Lancaster County’s prime farm land. Tree Top is a family-friendly golf course, fun for the first time player as well as the seasoned golfer. Our recently remodeled clubhouse is a great place to kick back, relax and enjoy a snack after your round. For a great golf experience at an affordable price, Tree Top Golf Course has what you are looking for. Located minutes off PA Turnpike exit 266. 1624 Creek Rd, Manheim (717) 665-6262. Visit us at www.treetopgolf.com

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Penn National Golf Club & Inn 3720 Clubhouse Dr, Fayetteville (717) 352-300

Cool Creek Golf Club 300 Cool Creek Rd, Wrightsville (717) 252-0956

Red Lion Golf Course 150 Country Club Rd, Red Lion (717) 244-8609

Crossgates Golf Course 1 Crossland Pass, Millersville (717) 872-4500

Rolling Acres Golf Course 490 Windsor Rd, York (717) 755-1406

Deer Valley Golf Course 101 Stoudt Rd, Hummelstown (717) 583-4653

Royal Oaks Golf Course 3350 Oak St, Lebanon (717) 274-2212

Fairview Golf Course 273 Quentin Rd, Lebanon (717) 273-3411

South Hills Golf Course 1700 S Lincoln Ave, Lebanon (717) 274-8687

Four Seasons Golf Course 949 Church St, Landisville (717) 898-0104

Spring Creek Golf Course 450 E Chocolate Ave, Hershey (717) 533-2847

Foxchase Golf Club 300 Stevens Rd, Stevens (717) 336-3673

Springwood Valley Golf Course 601 Chestnut Hill Rd, York (717) 747-9663

Groff’s Farm Golf Course 650 Pinkerton Rd, Mount Joy (717) 653-2048

Sunset Golf Club 783 S Geyers Church Rd, Middletown (717) 944-5415

Hawk Lake Golf Course 1605 Loucks Rd, York (717) 764-2224

Tanglewood Manor Golf Course 653 Scotland Rd, Quarryville (717) 786-2500

Heritage Hills Golf Course 2700 Mt Rose Ave, York (717) 755-4653

Valley Green Golf Course 1227 Valley Green Rd, Etters (717) 938-4200

Lancaster Host Golf Resort 2300 Lincoln Hwy E, Lancaster (717) 299-5500

West View Golf Course 223 Rothsville Rd, Akron (717) 859-2333

Overlook Golf Course 2040 Lititz Pk, Lancaster (717) 569-9551

Willow Valley Golf Course 2416 Willow St Pk, Lancaster (717) 464-4448

Par Line Golf Course 4545 Harrisburg Pk, Elizabethtown (717) 367-7794

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Buses Welcome

OTHER ATTRACTIONS: • Roller Skating Rink • Batting Cages • Rock Climbing TAKE THE

High Performance Fun For Adults… and Kids too! 29 South Middlesex Road Carlisle (Exit 52 Off I-81)

(717) 258-4741

VIRTUAL TOUR

www.CarlisleSportsEmporium.com

FREE FREE 20 FREE Go-kart ride roller SkatinG tokenS

SKU# AGM106

with purchase of one Go-kart ride SKU# AGM104

with purchase of one roller skatinG

SKU# AGM105

With the purchaSe of one full laSertron SeSSion

Two 18 Hole Themed Miniature Golf Courses

Not valid with any other offers or prior purchases. Expires 09/30/09 Adventure Guide Magazine

Not valid with any other offers or prior purchases. Expires 09/30/09

Not valid with any other offers or prior purchases. Expires 09/30/09

Adventure Guide Magazine

Adventure Guide Magazine

June 27-28 11AM-10PM

Saturdays & Sundays TM

August 8 - October 25 Plus Labor Day Monday 11AM - 8PM

Friday Night Concert

June 26 • Gates open at 5PM

Featuring Gaelic Storm! On the Grounds of the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire • 717-665-7021 Rt. 72, 1/4 Mile South of PA Turnpike Exit 266 • 15 Miles North of Lancaster, 14 Miles East of Hershey

Details and Tickets at PaRenFaire.com


Adventure Guide Magazine 2009-2