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Middle & High School Jazz Bands. Jazz. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

May 19-20, 26-28. Performance: Measure for Measure. The Duke of Vienna decides to leave the city in the hands of Angelo, but it is up to a young nun in training and a friar who may not be what he seems to make things right. OrangeMite Studios, Dover. www.orangemite.org

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Carmina Burana. The old and new will collide in the season finale, featuring the York Symphony Chorus and Susquehanna Children’s Chorale. The scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff is based on 24 poems from the midieval collection Carmina Burana. 7:30pm. Strand Theatre, Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, http://AppellCenter.org

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Don Bair (left), Burning of the Bridge Diorama chair, and Chad Chambaugh invite the public to view the diorama presentation between 1 and 4 p.m. on Sundays through Oct. 22. the beginning of the diorama show, effects that light the bridge on fire during the presentation, and - new this year - a laptop with a looping DVD titled "Wrightsville in the 1930s." Before and after the show, visitors may view the DVD, which shows people going about their everyday lives in Wrightsville in the 1930s. Included are all the churches of the day, the fire company, Wrightsville High School, foundries, factories and other businesses, and more. There are two volumes, each 30 minutes long. Copies of the DVDs may be purchased. For more information, readers may contact Don Bair, the diorama chair, at 717-825-3416.

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New Freedom station, found at 117 N. Front St., brings to mind a train depot of the 1940s, during the heyday of the Northern Central Railroad. The station also houses a railroad museum with an array of artifacts, including an actual size K-4 engine diorama and an original working freight scale and safe.

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May 25. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: West York Area School District Music Department. Jazz. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

May 26, Jun 23, Jul 28, Aug 25, Sep 22, Oct 27. Cruise Nights. All vehicles are welcome.

Attendees may also enjoy oldies music. If the event is canceled due to inclement weather, it will be held on the following Friday. Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717235-6611, www.marketsatshrewsbury.com

May 27. River Run 5K. The route crosses the Susquehanna River via the Veterans Memorial Bridge between Lancaster and York counties. Rain or shine. No pets. Registration at 7:30am at Wrightsville Elementary School, with the race at 8:30am. Fee. Wrightsville. www.parivertowns.com May 27. Heritage Day Celebration. The festivities will include craft and food vendors, music, demonstrations, an auto show and more. 9am-3pm. Constitution Square, Wrightsville. 717-252-1169 May 29. Memorial Day Train Rides on No. 17. Travel

back in time to the 1860s, when President Lincoln rode this same line on his way to Gettysburg to deliver his Gettysburg Address. This will be a steam ride. Veterans may ride for free with the purchase of an adult ticket. To Glen Rock at 11:30am and to Hanover Junction at 1pm. Adm. Steam Into History, New Freedom. 717-942-2370, http://steaminto history.com

May 30. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: William Penn High School Music Department. Jazz. 11:30am1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.york city.org/BoxLunchRevue

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Strawberry Days. Enjoy local strawberry treats. Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-235-6611, www.marketsatshrewsbury.com

Jun 1. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Ronn Benway Acoustic folk troubadour. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

Jun 2-4. Street Rods National East. Features a total of 4,000 street rods, custom cars, muscle cars, and specialty vehicles, along with manufacturer exhibits, arts and crafts, a model car contest, and a vintage parts swap meet. York Expo Center, York. Jun 2. First Friday: Dads & Dudes. A celebration of downtown York’s shops, restaurants, cultural venues and nightlife hotspots. Shops and restaurants will host special events, offer refreshments and promotions and sponsor live entertainment. 5-9pm. Downtown York. www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays/ Jun 2. River Experience. A fundraiser for Susquehanna

Heritage. John Wright Restaurant, Wrightsville. 717-2520229, ext. 6, http://jwrpa.com, www.susquehanna heritage.org

Jun 3. Performance: Brass Monkeys. The Beastie Boys tribute band aims to re-create the group’s music of all eras as authentically as possible. 7:30pm. Capitol Theatre, Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, http://AppellCenter.org Jun 3-4. World War I Encampment. An interactive experience. Ma and Pa Railroad Heritage Village, Airville. 717-927-9565, www.maandparailroad.com

Jun 4. Afternoon With Animals. Featuring presentations by Raven Ridge Wildlife Center and the Susquehanna Beekeepers Association, as well as free homemade ice cream. Adm. Indian Steps Museum, Airville. 717-862-3948, www.indiansteps.org Jun 6. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Brian Fitzgerald. Pop fusion. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue Jun 8-Jul 7.

Exhibit: Cody Bannon ’15: Appell Fellowship Exhibition. The culmination of a year’s worth of artistic production made possible by the Appell Fellowship. York College of Pennsylvania, York. 717-8151562, www.ycp.edu

Jun 8-Jul 7. Exhibit: Typorama 7.0. Showcasing the typographic work of students and demonstrating the varied media use and experimentation of the college’s graphic design program. York College of Pennsylvania, York. 717815-1562, www.ycp.edu

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Adventurers will hop aboard the “People Mover,� which is a specialized trailer with benches for seating that is pulled by a pickup truck. Hourlong journeys will be narrated by program coordinator Jeri Jones, and there is a set cost per person. Attendees are encouraged to dress for weather conditions, and in the event of rain, the excursion will be canceled. Registration is required. On Thursday, June 15, excursion participants will travel through John C. Rudy County Park, 400 Mundis Race Road, York. Features of the park include visits to the Master Gardener gardens, the Canine Meadows off-leash dog area, and recreational areas, along with an opportunity to view the sun through a special telescope at the on-site observatory. Departure times will be at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

The Heritage Rail Trail County Park will be the focus of the excursion on Thursday, July 27. The journey will begin at the Brillhart Station parking area, located at Days Mill Road and Brillhart Station Road. Travelers will traverse a section of the Rail Trail and pass through Howard Tunnel, which is the oldest stone arch tunnel in the country along an active railroad. Opened in 1840, the tunnel was enlarged in 1875 to allow two trains to pass through side by side. Leading up to the Battle of Gettysburg, nearly 300 Union soldiers were stationed at the tunnel to guard it from any Confederate attack. Departure times will be at 11 a.m. and 1 and 7 p.m. An additional excursion at Heritage Rail Trail County Park will be held on Thursday, Oct. 12, with the same starting location. The tour will discuss the history of the Howard Tunnel as well as geological information in honor of National Earth Science Week. Departure times will be at 11 a.m. and 1 and 5:30 p.m. To register, readers may call 717-8407440. More information is also available at www.yorkcountyparks.org.

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Jun 8. Performance: Gladys Knight. The seven-time Grammy winner has had number one hits in numerous genres and has triumphed in film, television and live performance. 7:30pm. Adm. Strand Theatre, Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, http://AppellCenter.org Jun 8. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Indian Summer Jars. Acoustic/folk. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue Jun 8. Hanover Chamber Annual Golf Outing. Local businesspeople will enjoy a day of golf, networking and food. Hanover Country Club, Abbottstown. Jun 9, 23, Jul 14, 28, Aug 11, 25, Sep 8.

Friday Nite Unwind. Grab some chairs, blankets and coolers and head down to the river for live local music. No tickets required. 6-9pm. Shank’s Mare Outfitters, Wrightsville. 717-428-1961, www.shanksmare.com

Nature Discovery Program: Nature Detectives. Children ages 5 and 6 are invited to look in the forests, fields, and stream for signs of local animals. Activities include crafts, hikes, and a live animal finale. 9:30am-noon. Registration required. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

Jun 13. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Elijah Cross.

Indie pop/rock. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

Jun 14-17. Made in America Event. Find out why York County is known as the Factory Capital of the World during the celebration of manufacturing ingenuity, which will offer behind-the-scenes looks at the making of various products. The tour lineup features 27 locations. A kickoff celebration will take place at 9am on June 14 at Brewery Products in York. Various locations in York County. www.yorkpa.org Jun 15. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Cassie &

Maggie MacDonald. Celtic. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

Jun 15-17. Pennsylvania USA Wrestling. York Expo Center, York. www.usapawf.com

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Community Yard Sale. Benefits Glen Rock Ambulance Company. 8am-3pm. Rain date is July 1. Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-235-6611, www.marketsatshrewsbury.com

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Jun 10. Moonlight Bike Ride. The 11-mile roundtrip event will travel along the Heritage Rail Trail and will include a snack and beverages. Bring a bicycle, light, and helmet. 8:30pm. Adm. Starts at Glatfelter Station Parking Area, Heritage Rail Trail County Park, York. 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

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General & Mrs. Robert E. Lee Railroad Experience on No. 17. The general and his wife will be brought to life by living historians Frank and Bonnie Orlando, who will share about the historic couple as friends, husband and wife, father and mother, and military tactician/superintendent of West Point and the Lady of Arlington/great-granddaughter of Martha Washington. Steam Into History, New Freedom. 717-942-2370, http://steamintohistory.com

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feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit film focuses on disco diva Deloris Van Cartier who is put in protective custody in a convent after she witnesses a murder. Belmont Theatre, York. 717-854-5715, www.thebelmont.org

Codorus Blast Festival in the Park. A family-friendly event. Adm. Codorus State Park, Hanover. www.codorusblast.org

Jun 16-17. Performance: June Show. A weekend of dance performances - ballet, musical theater, hip-hop, early childhood dance productions and a father/daughter dance - utilizing full theatrical facilities such as scenery, lighting, special effects, props and sound. Midstate Musical Theatre will present Aladdin. Central York High School, York. 717-755-MOVE Jun 16-17.

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Serviceberry Celebration. Tour Heartwood’s beautiful gardens and unique native fruit grove and learn about and sample serviceberries. Visit the nature preserve and shop for native species grown on-site at one of York County’s largest nurseries of its kind. 10am-4pm. Heartwood Nursery, Felton (near Stewartstown). 717993-5230, www.heartwoodnurseryinc.com

Jun 17. Penn-Mar Irish Festival & Concert. Features

traditional and contemporary Irish music and dance, as well as Irish vendors and food, a children’s area, the Celtic Cultural Arts workshop tent and door prizes. Featuring music by Screaming Orphans, Cassie and Maggie MacDonald, Mickey Spain, Bogside Rogues, Reel to Reel, Irish Blessing and Susquehanna Pipes and Drums. Pets are not allowed. 10:30am-9pm. Adm. The Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-235-6611 ext. 100, www.marketsatshrewsbury.com

Jun 19-23. Nature Discovery Program: Archaeology Week. By conducting actual excavations, students will learn the concepts of archaeology and how to take notes and catalog artifacts. They will also take part in special programs themed around the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln, and the history of railroading. A public program to examine the students’ excavation work is set for June 22 at 7pm. Ages 10 to 13. Registration required. 9:30am-3:30pm. Adm. Hanover Junction Train Station, Seven Valleys. 717-8407226, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org Jun 19-Jul 1.

The Tempest. The Dover Youth Shakespeare Academy will present its third production following a two-week intensive summer theater camp. Performances will be at 6:30pm on June 30 and at 6 and 8pm on July 1. OrangeMite Studios, Dover. www.orangemite.org

Jun 20. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Jefrey Woodall. Acoustic folk/rock. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

Jun 17. Craft & Vendor Shows. Various arts, crafts,

direct sales vendors and more. Proceeds will benefit TNC Equine Center. 8am-1pm. Franklintown Fire Company, Dillsburg.

Jun 17. Double Creek 2017. Participants of all ages are welcome to take part in the half marathon, 5K or fun run events, as well as cycling routes of 10, 30, 48, 63 and 100 miles. North Salem Elementary School, Dover. www.wellspan.org Jun 18. Father’s Day BYOPicnic With Bluegrass Music.

Enjoy a beautiful ride through the countryside and enjoy old-fashioned games and a picnic lunch at Hanover Junction. Bring a lunch basket and blanket for the oldfashioned picnic. There will be bluegrass music by Amy Hopkins and her band during the layover. Steam Into History, New Freedom. 717-942-2370, http://steaminto history.com

Jun 22-25. Performance: The 25th Annual Putnam

County Spelling Bee. Laugh along with the spellers as their quirks and foibles emerge through songs and flashbacks while they compete in the game of their lifetime. Some content may not be suitable for all audiences. Adm. DreamWrights Center for Community Arts, York. 717-8488623, www.dreamwrights.org

Jun 22. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Soji. Acoustic soul. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue Jun 23-25. Book Nook Bonanza. Celebrating its 58th

year, the event has featured more than 250,000 books. This year will also feature a collectible area with old, rare and unusual books. York City Ice Arena, York. www.wellspan.org

Jun 18. Father’s Day. Hot dogs will be grilled in the outdoor kitchen from 11am-1pm. A guided kayak tour, including a basic lesson for first-time paddlers and all equipment, will be offered on Lake Aldred at 1pm. Registration is required for kayaking. Indian Steps Museum, Airville. 610-999-4957, www.indiansteps.org

Jun 24. Snack Town BrewFest. Celebrate Hanover’s rich snack food heritage by pairing tasty treats with local craft beer and wine. More than 40 breweries and wineries will be on-site, along with food trucks, music and entertainment. 1-5pm. Good Field, Hanover.

Jun 19-23. Nature Discovery Program: Small Wonders. Joined by their parents, children ages 3 and 4 will role-play, imitate, imagine, question, and experiment with nature. Classes will include crafts, snacks, and spending time outside. Registration required. 9:30-11:30am. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-8407440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

Jun 25. Community Courier Day at the York Revolution. Presented by Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. Pregame player autographs and catch on the field. Postgame, children can run the bases. 1pm. PeoplesBank Park, York. http://yorkrevolution.com

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RiverFest: Music & History Along the Susquehanna. 5-9pm. John Wright Restaurant, Wrightsville. 717-252-0416, http://jwrpa.com

Jun 26-30. Nature Discovery Program: Wonders of

Nature. Children will discover the wonders of the natural world from various viewpoints, including those of a scientist, artist, or musician. Students will take home items they created. For ages 7 and 8. 9:30am-2:30pm. Registration required. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

Jul 8. Moonlight Bike Ride. The 10-mile roundtrip event

will travel along the Rail Trail and will include a snack and beverages. Bring a bicycle, light, and helmet. 8:30pm. Adm. Starts at Seven Valleys Parking Area, Heritage Rail Trail County Park, York. 717-840-7440, www.yorkcounty parks.org

Jul 11. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Shane Speal.

Cigar box guitar. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

Jun 27. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Michael Arthur & Cindy David. Folk/acoustic rock. 11:30am1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

Jul 13. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Sabrina Duke.

Jun 29. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Mark DeRose. Acoustic. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

Jul 14-16. Performance: Antigone. Veteran theater director Jaci Keagy will bring to life Sophocles’ work featuring a seasoned company of Shakespearean actors. Dover Community Library, Dover. www.orangemite.org

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The Star-Spangled Glen Rock Special With No. 17. All rides on July 3 will be at a special price for adults. Sit back and enjoy the one-hour ride to Glen Rock, which will take attendees back to the 1860s, when President Lincoln rode the same line on the way to Gettysburg to deliver his Gettysburg Address. 11:30am, 1 and 2:30pm. Steam Into History, New Freedom. 717-942-2370, http://steamintohistory.com

Jul 15. Dog Days of Summer. Featuring vendors, hiking and treats. Dogs will be welcome on the trails and the museum grounds. Noon-4pm. Free but does not include museum adm. Indian Steps Museum, Airville. 717-8623948, www.indiansteps.org

Jul 6. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: SweetLife. Soft rock and modern country. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

Jul 16. Early American Autos. Featuring cars of the 1915 era with Horseless Carriage Club of America. 1-5pm. Ma and Pa Railroad Heritage Village, Airville. 717-927-9565, www.maandparailroad.com

Jul 7-9. Fawn Grove Olde Tyme Days. Take a step back in time and watch tractor pulls and enjoy dancing, live bands, children’s events, food, flea markets, a parade on Saturday and more. This year’s feature tractor will be the Minneapolis Moline. Free adm and parking. Community Park, Fawn Grove.

Jul 17-21. Nature Discovery Program: High Adventure. Children ages 11 to 13 will participate in hiking, boating, team challenges, and camping under the stars. Registration required. 9:30am-3:30pm on Monday and Wednesday, 8:30am-4pm on Tuesday, and 7pm on Thursday to 9am on Friday. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

Jul 7. First Friday: Made in America. A celebration of downtown York’s shops, restaurants, cultural venues and nightlife hotspots. Shops and restaurants will host special events, offer refreshments and promotions and sponsor live entertainment. 5-9pm. Downtown York. www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays/

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Jul 10-14. Nature Discovery Program: Water Worlds. Students will investigate the pond and stream to find aquatic life and discover how animals survive underwater. Includes a live animal finale. For ages 5 and 6. 9:30am-noon. Registration required. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-74 40, www.yorkcountyparks.org Jul 20. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Lost Cause. Hip-hop. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-8492217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

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Jul 21-23, 25, 27-30. Performance: The Taming of

the Shrew. Join Christopher Sly as he gets pranked by a wandering troupe of actors and watch one of Shakespeare’s unabridged love stories. Suitable for people of all ages. Free. Various locations, York County. 717-848-8623, www.dreamwrights.org

Jul 22-23. Intergalactic Bead & Jewelry Show. York Expo Center, York. www.beadshows.com Jul 23.

Best Wedding Showcase. York Expo Center, York. www.bestweddingshowcase.com

Jul 25. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Mylea Thompson. Broadway show tunes and opera arias. 11:30am1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

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Jul 27. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Peter Bottros. Classical/New Age pianist and composer. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue Jul 29. Hanover Dutch Festival. Features more than

330 handmade craft and food vendors, along with authentic German entertainment, an antique/classic car show, and a children’s carnival. The event promotes community awareness and pride in the town’s Pennsylvania Dutch heritage. 8am-4pm. Free adm. Hanover. http://hanover chamber.com/dutch-festival/

Jul 29-30. Keystone State Games. York Expo Center, York. www.premiersportingevents.com Jul 31-Aug 4.

Nature Discovery Program: EcoDiscovery. Students will experience various habitats while uncovering the relationships betwen organisms and their environments. They will canoe, hike, study meadows and a stream, and work with a local artist to create nature art inspired by their adventures. For ages 9 and 10. Registration required. 9:30am-3:30pm. Adm. Kain Park and Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

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Families can take part in an array of artrelated activities on Aug. 26 and 27 at the Creative York Family Pavilion, located at the corner of Market and Pershing streets. Crafts and other hands-on projects will be available for attendees of all ages. Downtown York will also be an artist hotspot with the Yorkfest Festival Marketplace offering more than 100 specially chosen fine artists displaying and selling their handiwork, along with multiple performance areas that will showcase local musical talent and entertainment acts. The Silken Literary Tent, inspired by Robert Frost’s poem “The Silken Tent,” will house an array of poets, storytellers, and playwrights who will share performances and readings of their literary craft. Additional activities will include walking tours of the murals of York, demonstrations, a chalk walk, spin art bicycles, a free jazz concert, and the Historic Codorus Creek Boat Parade. Ample food and beverage options will be available at various locations throughout the festival. Additional information, including artist entry details and a schedule of events, is available at www.york city.org/visitor/annual-york-cityevents/yorkfest/.

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Indie folk. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

numerous categories on sale at bargain prices. Members only on Aug. 10, with a buck-a-bag sale on Aug. 12. Agricultural and Industrial Museum, York. 717-848-1587, ext. 223, http://yorkheritage.org

Aug 2-3. All-American Furniture Expo. York Expo Center, York. www.allamericanfurnitureexpo.com

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Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Port Ellis. Dream/indie pop. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/BoxLunchRevue

Aug 4. First Friday: Endless Summer. A celebration of downtown York’s shops, restaurants, cultural venues and nightlife hotspots. Shops and restaurants will host special events, offer refreshments and promotions and sponsor live entertainment. 5-9pm. Downtown York. www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays/ Aug 5. Annual Art & Outdoor Fest. Local artists will

display their works on the lawn, and local outdoor, historic and cultural organizations will present their information in booths along the front porch. Food and ice cream will be available, and there will be free live music. 10am-5pm. Shank’s Mare Outfitters, Wrightsville. 717-428-1961, www.shanksmare.com

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Nature Discovery Program: Habitat Helpers. Children ages 7 and 8 will learn about organisms living in their own backyards and parks, and participants will plant native plants, build insect hotels, create bird buffets, play games, and make crafts. Registration required. 9:30am-2:30pm. Adm. Richard M. Nixon County Park, York. 717-428-1961, 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

Aug 7. Craft & Vendor Shows. Various arts, crafts, direct

sales vendors and more. Proceeds will benefit TNC Equine Center. 8am-1pm. Franklintown Fire Company, Dillsburg.

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Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Justin Angelo. Singer/songwriter. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

Performance: The Mousetrap. A traditional whodunit with a twist that tells of a group of strangers trapped together in a country house. Suitable for people of all ages. Adm. DreamWrights Center for Community Arts, York. 717-848-8623, www.dreamwrights.org

Aug 11-13, 17-20. Performance: Ring of Fire. The musical about love and faith, struggle and success, rowdiness and redemption and home and family features more than two dozen classic hits. Belmont Theatre, York. 717854-5715, www.thebelmont.org Aug 12.

41st Annual Red Lion Street Fair. The entire downtown area of Red Lion will be closed to traffic to make room for more than 180 vendors, concessionaires and performers – many from surrounding areas. The event is free for the entire family and will include delicious food, crafts, free face painting and balloon twisting, musical acts and more. 9am-4pm. Square in Red Lion. www.rlaba.com

Aug 12. Community Yard Sale. Benefits S.O.A.R. 8am3pm. Rain date is Aug. 19. Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-235-6611, www.marketsatshrewsbury.com Aug 12.

Moonlight Bike Ride. The 9-mile roundtrip event will travel along the Rail Trail and will include a snack and beverages. Bring a bicycle, light, and helmet. 8:30pm. Adm. Starts at Hanover Junction Parking Area, Heritage Rail Trail County Park, York. 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

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Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Crossing Abbey Road. Beatles cover band. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

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WellSpan Golf Tournament. Proceeds from past tournaments have helped patients in the pediatric rehab department with new rehab equipment, purchased books for Parkinson’s patients, purchased new autism software and funded the Young Women’s Leadership Conference. Out Door Country Club, York. 717-851-2149, www.wellspan.org

Aug 22. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Shawan & the Won Ton. Roots/soul ensemble. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity.org/ BoxLunchRevue

Aug 26-27. Yorkfest Fine Arts Festival. A summer

fine arts festival featuring 100 select fine artists from all around the country, free family-friendly entertainment, hands-on arts activities, food, youth art and literary exhibition, an adult literary competition, a juried art exhibition, a family pavilion featuring art-related crafts, a ChalkWalk, Spin Art Bicycles, the Silken Literary Tent, the Historic Codorus Creek Boat Parade and more. Downtown York. www.creativeyork.org/yorkfest

Mark Twain on the Glen Rock Railroad Experience. The American literary icon was a successful writer, noted lecturer and humorist. 11:30am, 1 and 2:30pm. Steam Into History, New Freedom. 717-9422370, http://steamintohistory.com

Aug 26-27. World War II Encampment. An inter-

active World War II experience featuring armaments, equipment, uniforms and vehicles. Ma and Pa Railroad Heritage Village, Airville. 717-927-9565, www.maandparailroad.com

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Aug 31. Performance: Box Lunch Revue: Strange

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York City Boutique Week. Returning for the sixth year, the event highlights fashion in downtown York. The city’s small and independently owned retailers are spotlighted throughout the festivities of the weeklong celebration that showcases fall trends and how to wear them. Events each day start at 11am. Downtown York. 717-849-2331, www.downtownyorkpa.com/ events/

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Sep 10. Bike Hike & Butterfly Release. Participants can walk or bike at their own pace and distance along the scenic Heritage Rail Trail County Park or release a live butterfly to honor a loved one. 11am-2pm. Indian Rock Elementary School, York. 717-851-2149, www.wellspan.org

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Moonlight Bike Ride. The 8-mile roundtrip event will travel along the Rail Trail and will include a snack and beverages. A special astronomy program will be included. Bring a bicycle, light, and helmet. 7:30pm. Starts at Brillhart Station Parking Area, Heritage Rail Trail County Park, York. 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org

Sep 22-24. The Original York Antique Show & Sale. York Expo Center, York. www.theoriginalyorkantiques show.com

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Performance: York Symphony Orchestra: Classical Night Fever. Journey through disco music from the 1970s. 7:30pm. Adm. Strand Theatre, Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, http://AppellCenter.org

Sep 23. Photo Ride/Rail Fan Day Hanover Junction Limited. The approximately three-hour trip will have four photo opportunities with three run-bys. The fourth opportunity will be at Hanover Junction. 1 and 6:30pm. Steam Into History, New Freedom. 717-942-2370, http://steamintohistory.com Sep 23. Railroad Heritage Day. Lots of extra events,

with activities for people of all ages. 10am-5pm. Ma and Pa Railroad Heritage Village, Airville. 717-927-9565, www.maandparailroad.com

Sep 23. Museum Day. Displays will focus on Wrightsville’s historic buildings, businesses and community life, including its participation in the Civil War. 9am-3pm. Historic Wrightsville Museum, Wrightsville. 717-252-1169, http://historicwrightsvillepa.org Sep 28. 50 Plus Expo. York Expo Center, York. www.onlinepub.com Sep 29-30, Oct 6-8. Performance: Antony & Cleopatra. One of the Bard’s tragedies will come to life on The Barn stage. OrangeMite Studios, Dover. www.orangemite.org Sep 29.

York Bike Night. A street party featuring a parade, live entertainment at multiple locations, food vendors, information displays and more. 6-10pm. Continental Square, York. www.yorkcity.org

Sep 29-30. White Rose Gameroom Show. York Expo

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ride and decorate a pumpkin mask. Then take a train ride to Seitzland while listening to silly Halloween stories and perhaps enjoying a visit from Sharila de Steam. Attendees may pick up a pumpkin to take home. 11:30am, 1 and 2:30pm. Steam Into History, New Freedom. 717-942-2370, http://steamintohistory.com

Oct 7-8. Women’s Show. York Expo Center, York. www.foreveryork.com Oct 7. Bridge Bust. More than 300 vendors will offer

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Oct 16-21. Dillsburg Farmers Fair. Featuring a full schedule of events, contests, games and food, as well as the traditional Queen Pageant on Oct 16 at 7pm at Northern High School and the crowning of the Senior King and Queen, along with opening remarks, at the community hall at 5pm on Oct 17. Dillsburg. http://dillsburgfarmersfair.org Oct 17-18, 24-25. Spooky York Tours. Downtown York. www.downtownyorkpa.com

Nov 4. MAG 5K Fall Flash. The scenic course crosses the Susquehanna River via the Veterans Memorial Bridge between Wrightsville and Columbia. Rain or shine. 8:30am. Adm. Wrightsville Elementary School, Wrightsville. www.parivertowns.com Nov 6. Craft & Vendor Shows. Various arts, crafts, direct sales vendors and more. Proceeds will benefit TNC Equine Center. 8am-1pm. Franklintown Fire Company, Dillsburg.

Oct 19-21. Eastern Division TCA. York Expo Center,

Nov 11. The Sweetest Pint Downtown Tasting Tours: The Pumpkin Tour. The walking tour, a tasting event, will feature seven stops, with each stop featuring a small plate chef’s creation that incorporates pumpkin, paired with a craft beer sample provided by a local brewery. Adm. Downtown York. www.downtown yorkpa.com

Oct 20-21. Halloween in the Park. Trick-or-treating, various attractions, a 1.5-mile hayride with familyfriendly displays, food vendors, a s’more shop, nature tent demonstrators, disc jockeys and more. Codorus State Park, Hanover. www.halloweeninthepark.org

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Nov 18. Epic Men’s Expo. York Expo Center, York. www.onlinepub.com

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Nov 1-2. Performance: York Symphony Orchestra:

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Nov 25. Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday was created to encourage shoppers to shop small, supporting small business and shops in the local area. Downtown York.

Nov 3-5.

Nov 25. Performance: York Symphony Orchestra: Holiday Pops Spectacular. Kick off the holiday season with the orchestra and the Gettysburg Children’s Choir in a performance of holiday favorites. 4pm. Adm. Strand Theatre, Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, http://AppellCenter.org

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Nov 3. First Friday: Holiday Open House. A celebration of downtown York’s shops, restaurants, cultural venues and nightlife hotspots. Shops and restaurants will host special events, offer refreshments and promotions and sponsor live entertainment. 5-9pm. Downtown York. www.downtownyorkpa.com/firstfridays/ Nov 4. Kiddies Toy Cruise. 11am-3pm. There is a registration fee or participants may bring a new toy for underprivileged children. Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-235-6611, www.marketsatshrewsbury.com

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Dec 1-2. Holly Open House. Featuring fresh wreaths, swags, arrangements and cut greens, all grown on the premises. Interested attendees may sign up for the popular wreath designing classes. 10am-4pm. Heartwood Nursery, Felton (near Stewartstown). 717-993-5230, www.heartwood nurseryinc.com Dec 1. First Friday: Light Up Night. A celebration of downtown York’s shops, restaurants, cultural venues and nightlife hotspots. Shops and restaurants will host special events, offer refreshments and promotions and sponsor live entertainment. 5-9pm. Downtown York. www.downtownyorkpa.com/ firstfridays/

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Each holiday season, York County’s Rocky Ridge Park, 3699 Deininger Road, York, becomes a glowing beacon of Christmas cheer thanks to Christmas Magic, a light display that is truly a sight to behold. More than 600,000 lights adorn the

half-mile trail, which includes several holiday scenes and five heated pavilions. Visitors will find all the trimmings of the holiday spirit, such as model train displays, animated exhibits, and the man himself: Santa Claus. The festive attraction was christened in 1984, featuring 10,000 lights and props, and it has grown into the largest program presented by the York County Department of Parks and Recreation each year. More than 4,100 volunteer hours go into preparing the massive display. Christmas Magic was named a York County

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Christmas Heritage Event by the York County Planning Commission in 2014, and the event continues to build on that title by offering additional entertainment and concessions. Guests may enjoy a variety of fare including french fries, chicken strips, hot dogs, funnel cakes, nachos, and, of course, ample hot cocoa. Musical acts are lined up each year, including local acoustic performers, full rock bands, school choirs, and solo vocal acts.

updated admission prices, dates, operating hours, and a list of entertainment acts, as well as other information, at www.yorkcountypa.gov under the Parks and Recreation menu.

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YORK COUNTY SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Adult & Continuing Education Center 2179 S. Queen Street, York, PA 17402 โ€ข 717-747-2130 โ€ข www.ytech.edu/adulted

YCST Adult & Continuing Education Center Mission Statement: โ€œTo provide quality adult vocational, technical and basic skills, education, training and services in a professional, customer-focused atmosphere that fosters continuous learning and promotes workforce development.โ€

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ok, so my subs really aren't gourmet and we're not french either. my subs just taste a little better, that's all! I wanted to call it jimmy john's tasty sandwiches, but my mom told me to stick with gourmet. Regardless of what she thinks, freaky fast is where it's at. I hope you love 'em as much as i do! peace!

Established in Charleston, IL in 1983 to add to students GPA and general dating ability.

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All of my sandwiches are 8 inches of homemade French bread, fresh veggies and the finest meats & cheese I can buy! We slice everything fresh daily in this store! It tastes better that way!

#1 PEPE®

U/F/W 350/630/690 CAL

#2 BIG JOHN®

260/540/600 CAL

Real wood smoked ham and provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato & mayo. (The original)

Medium rare choice roast beef, mayo, lettuce & tomato.

#3 TOTALLY TUNA® 430/710/770 CAL

Fresh housemade tuna, mixed with celery, onions, and our tasty sauce, sliced cucumber, lettuce & tomato. (My tuna rocks! Sprouts* optional)

#4 TURKEY TOM®

$3.95

My club sandwiches have twice the meat or cheese, try it on my fresh baked thick sliced 7-grain bread or my famous homemade French bread! Tell us when you order!

 slims™  Any sub minus the veggies and sauce U / F /W SLIM 1 Ham & cheese 190/570/520 CAL SLIM 2 Roast beef 100/480/430 CAL SLIM 3 Tuna salad 420/800/750 CAL SLIM 4 Turkey breast 70/450/400 CAL SLIM 5 Salami, 280/660/610 CAL capicola, cheese SLIM 6 Double provolone 240/620/570 CAL

Low Carb Lettuce Wrap

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Fresh sliced turkey breast, lettuce, tomato & mayo. The original (Sprouts* optional)

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Soda Pop . .22 oz./30 oz. 0-330/0-450 CAL $1.70/$1.90 Chocolate chip cookie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 410 CAL $1.60 Oatmeal Raisin cookie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 370 CAL $1.60 Real potato chips . . . . . . . . . . . 260-300 CAL/BAG $1.35 Jumbo kosher dill pickle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 CAL $1.35 Extra load of meat . . . . . . . . . . . . ADD 60-410 CAL $2.00 Extra cheese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADD 110 CAL $1.00 Extra avocado spread . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADD 25 CAL $1.00

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#8 BILLY CLUB®

440/830/780 CAL

Choice roast beef, smoked ham, provolone cheese, Dijon mustard, lettuce, tomato & mayo.

#9 ITALIAN NIGHT CLUB® 600/990/940 CAL

Genoa salami, Italian capicola, smoked ham, and provolone cheese all topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo & our homemade Italian vinaigrette. (Order it with hot peppers)

Same ingredients and price of the sub or club without the bread.

A full 1/4 pound of medium rare roast beef, provolone, lettuce, tomato & mayo.

#11 COUNTRY CLUB®

410/800/750 CAL

#12 BEACH CLUB®

490/880/830 CAL

Sliced turkey breast, real wood smoked ham, provolone, and tons of lettuce, tomato & mayo! (A very traditional, yet always exceptional classic!)

Layers of provolone cheese separated by real avocado spread, sliced cucumber, lettuce, tomato & mayo. (Truly a gourmet sub not for vegetarians only! Sprouts* optional)

Bacon, lettuce, tomato & mayo! (My B.L.T. rocks)

1/4 pound of real wood smoked ham, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato & mayo!

#10 HUNTER'S CLUB® 450/840/790 CAL

The original Italian sub with genoa salami, provolone, capicola, onion, lettuce, tomato & a real tasty Italian vinaigrette. (Hot peppers by request)

#6 THE VEGGIE

U/F/W #7 SMOKED HAM CLUB 420/810/760 CAL

(Subs & Clubs Only)  ADD ADD Onion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 CAL Dijon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 CAL Lettuce . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 CAL Jimmy Mustard® . . . 10 CAL Tomato . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 CAL Yellow mustard . . . . . . 5 CAL Mayo . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 CAL Oil & vinegar . . . . . . . 80 CAL Sliced cucumber . . . . . 5 CAL Oregano . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 CAL Hot peppers . . . . . . . . . 5 CAL Sprouts* . . . . . . . . . . . 5 CAL

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Fresh baked turkey breast, provolone cheese, avocado spread, sliced cucumber, lettuce, tomato & mayo! (Sprouts* optional)

#13 GOURMET VEGGIE CLUB®660/1050/1000 CAL Double provolone, real avocado spread, sliced cucumber, lettuce, tomato & mayo. (Try it on my 7-grain whole wheat bread. This veggie sandwich is really yummy! Sprouts* optional)

#14 BOOTLEGGER CLUB® 320/710/660 CAL

Roast beef, turkey breast, lettuce, tomato & mayo. An American classic!

$8.45

THE J.J. GARGANTUAN® U / F/W 750/1140/1090 CAL The original gutbuhstuh! Genoa salami, sliced smoked ham, capicola, roast beef, turkey & provolone, jammed into one of our homemade French buns, then smothered with onions, mayo, lettuce, tomato & our homemade Italian vinaigrette.

#15 CLUB TUNA®

660/1050/1000 CAL

#16 CLUB LULU®

400/790/740 CAL

The same as our #3 Totally Tuna except this one has a lot more. Housemade tuna salad, provolone, sliced cucumber, lettuce & tomato. (Sprouts* optional)

Sliced turkey breast, bacon, lettuce, tomato & mayo. (JJ's original turkey & bacon club)

#17 ULTIMATE PORKER® 410/800/750 CAL

Real wood smoked ham and bacon with lettuce, tomato & mayo! (This one rocks!)

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2,000 CALORIES A DAY IS USED FOR GENERAL NUTRITION ADVICE, BUT CALORIE NEEDS VARY. ADDITIONAL NUTRITION INFORMATION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. U=UNWICH F=FRENCH W=WHEAT *WARNING: THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ADVISES THAT EATING RAW OR UNDER-COOKED MEAT, POULTRY, SEAFOOD, SHELLFISH, EGGS, OR SPROUTS POSES A HEALTH RISK TO EVERYONE, BUT ESPECIALLY TO THE ELDERLY, CHILDREN, PREGNANT WOMEN, AND PERSONS WITH WEAKENED IMMUNE SYSTEMS. THE CONSUMPTION OF SUCH RAW OR UNDER-COOKED FOOD ITEMS MAY RESULT IN AN INCREASED RISK OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT YOUR PHYSICIAN OR LOCAL PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT. NO CHARGES RELATING TO DELIVERED ORDERS ARE DISTRIBUTED TO EMPLOYEES AS A GRATUITY. ©1985, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2013, 2014 JIMMY JOHN’S FRANCHISE, LLC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. We Reserve The Right To Make Any Menu Changes.

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