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Old Fashioned Goodness ...in the Heart of Amish Country.

Gift Shop, Gourmet Ice Cream, Picnic Area, and Petting Zoo for your Enjoyment! • Fresh Bread

• Angel Food Cakes

• Dinner Rolls

• Fruit Pies

Family Owned and Operated for over 45 years!

Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 Jan & Feb. 8:00 - 4:00



• Cinnamon Buns • Cookies • And More! • Whoopie Pies

Calvin & Janell Groff and Family • 542 Gibbons Road, Bird-in-Hand PA

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Contents Inns and B&Bs of Southeastern Pennsylvania is published yearly by Engle Printing & Publishing Co., Inc. P.O. Box 500, Mount Joy, PA 17552. Phone: 717-653-1833 www.innsandbandbs.com The publisher reserves the right to edit material based on its standards for publication. Advertising is subject to approval by the publisher. Although extreme care is taken to ensure the accuracy in all content, Inns and B&Bs of Southeastern Pennsylvania or its advertisers are not responsible for mistakes or misprints. All rights reserved. No part of this magazine may be reproduced by any process except with the written authorization from Inns and B&Bs of Southeastern Pennsylvania or its publisher. Š2018

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Picture on cover and below: Olde Square Inn Mount Joy, PA

6. discover northern lititz 8. listing of inns and B&Bs


adams county


berks county


bucks county


chester county


cumberland county

14. dauphin county

14. delaware county

14. lancaster county

21. lebanon county

21. lehigh county

21. montgomery county

21. northampton county

21. philadelphia county

23. schuylkill county

23. york county

10. come visit intercourse, pa 22. welcome to mount joy 24. mount joy's olde square inn 30. no need to leave the kids (and pets) at home 33. visit beautiful downtown lititz 34. southeastern pa routes for your hiking boots 36. events 43. discover new cumberland, pa

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experience wheatland HOME OF 15 TH U.S. PRESIDENT JAMES BUCHANAN

Tour the Presidential Mansion MONDAY - SATURDAY

Explore our galleries, picnic on the Arboretum grounds, research in our library, shop the Museum Store 230 N. PRESIDENT AVE., LANCASTER, PA 17603 • 717.392.4633 R003473

Amethyst Inn Bed and Breakfast 144 West Main St., Adamstown, PA 19501 717-484-0 800 www.amethystinn.com

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Enjoy a full three course breakfast!

The Amethyst Inn is situated high on a hill with a magnificent view of historic Adamstown, Lancaster County. It’s a massive Victorian 1830’s home with a huge welcoming veranda. Guest rooms feature period furnishings, two person jacuzzis and gas log fireplaces. Charming 2 bedroom cottages are available where children and dogs are always welcome.

Cullari Vineyards and Winery

VintageJewelry Design by Linda Martin

35 Different Varieties including Best Selling Coco Nostra Chocolate Wine and Flaming Red

Next to the Brickerville Restaurant. 2 East 28th Division Highway, Lititz, PA 17542 www.cullarivineyards.com • 717-568-2210



Come Visit Brickerville’s Hidden Treasure! Brickerville House Specialty Shops

2 East 28th Division Highway Brickerville, PA 717.627.2420 www.VintageJewelryDesign.com

Hours: .PO 5VFT 8FE 'SJtɩVSTt4BU


The Brickerville House is on the list of Historic Buildings in Lancaster. Built by John and Barbara Bricker in 1753, it was located on the main road from Philadelphia to Harrisburg. The original portion of this house served as a stagecoach stop and tavern over the years. We’re not sure if George Washington ever ate, drank or slept here but it’s a sure bet that Peter Grubb, Baron Von Stiegel and other early American Patriots did! R001405

Many Gift and Clothing Lines Made in the USA! Great Friendly Atmosphere and Customer Service! GREAT SPECIALTY BOUTIQUE OFFERING A UNIQUE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE!

2 East Division Highway, Lititz, PA 3 717-625-7467 Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, and Fri 10am-5pm; Thurs 10am-7pm; Sat 9am-5pm; OPEN SUNDAYS! 9am-3pm



Banquet Our Room French • Showers Press Ask About Rehearsal Dinners • Birthdays Coffee Bean of the Day! Reunions • Meetings


15% OFF your total check

The Brickerville House • 717-625-2525

2 E 28th Division Hwy (intersection of 501 & 322) Lititz • 717-625-2525

Valid Mon.-Thur. With This Coupon. 1 Coupon per Transaction. Not Valid With Other Offers or Holidays. Offer Expires 3/31/19 IBB



Domestic & International CHEESES

Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10-7; Saturday 9-5; Sunday 9-4

www.lancastersspecialtymarket.com • No • Milk from Carrageenan Grass Fed Cows • No Corn • Non GMO Syrup • No Artificial • All Natural Flavors Ingredients • No Artificial Colors


April 19 th rd thru Sept. 3 Spring Hours: Mon-Thur 4-9 • Fri-Sun 12 - 9 Summer Hours 12-9:30 Everyday

Intersection 501 & 322

2 East 28th Division Highway



Taste the Difference

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Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA ADAMS COUNTY

Lightner Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast 2350 Baltimore Pike Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-9508

Hawk Mountain Bed & Breakfast 221 Stony Run Valley Road Kempton, PA 19529 610-756-4224

Farnsworth House Inn 401 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8838

The Martin House Bed and Breakfast 1085 Jacks Mt. Road Fairfield, PA 17320 717-642-5645

The Gaslight Inn 33 E. Middle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-9100 800-914-5698

Mary-Penn Bed & Breakfast 716 Mason Dixon Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-5055

Heller's Hillside Hideaway Cottage 48 Matthews Drive Robesonia, PA 19551 484-638-1575 www.hellershillside.com

The Baladerry Inn offers a quiet and peaceful country location. Home away from Home! All rooms have private baths, breakfast, hot tub, fire pit and FREE parking.

Gettysburg Pond View Farm Bed & Breakfast 530 Carr Hill Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-642-9493

Raphael Inn 32 E. Lincoln Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-398-8580

The Barker House Bed & Breakfast 10 Lincoln Way West New Oxford, PA 17350 717-624-9066

Gettystown Inn B&B at the Dobbin House 89 Steinwehr Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-2100 www.dobbinhouse.com

Battlefield Bed & Breakfast Inn 2264 Emmitsburg Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8804

Hickory Bridge Farm 96 Hickory Bridge Road Orrtanna, PA 17353 717-642-5261

A Sentimental Journey Inn 433 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-420-0058 The Altland House 1 Center Square Abbottstown, PA 17301 717-259-9535 Baladerry Inn at Gettysburg 40 Hospital Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-1342

The Bechtel Victorian Mansion Inn 400 W. King Street East Berlin, PA 17316 717-259-7760 800-331-1108


The Brafferton Inn 44 York Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-3423 866-337-3423 Brickhouse Inn 452 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-338-9337 Cashtown Inn 1325 Old Rt 30, P.O. Box 103 Cashtown, PA 17310 717-334-9722 800-367-1797

The Doubleday Inn Bed & Breakfast 104 Doubleday Avenue (Oak Ridge) Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-9119

Inn at Herr Ridge & Herr Tavern 900 Chambersburg Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-4332 Inn at Lincoln Square 12 Lincoln Square Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-1427 Inn at White Oak B & B 1 White Oak Trail Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8448 James Gettys Hotel 27 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-1334 Keystone Inn 231 Hanover Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-3888

Slocum House Inn 200 Blue Berry Road Gardners, PA 17324 717-528-7390 The Swope Manor B & B 60 York Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-398-2655 Tillie Pierce House Inn 301 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 855-874-3723

BERKS COUNTY Bally Spring Inn 90 Airport Road Barto, PA 19504 610-845-3500 Bed & Breakfast on the Park 1246 Hill Road Reading, PA 19602 610-374-4440 Brooke Mansion Victorian Inn 301 Washington Street Birdsboro, PA 19508 610-582-9775 Gruber Homestead Settler's Cabin 1576 Milestone Road Robesonia, PA 19551 610-488-1905 Page 8

The Inn at Centre Park 730 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-374-8557 Landhaven Bed & Breakfast 1194 Huffs Church Road Barto, PA 19504 610-845-3257 Longswamp Bed & Breakfast 1605 State Street Mertztown, PA 19539 610-682-6197 Main Street Inn 1605 State Street Mertztown, PA 19539 610-682-6197 Overlook Mansion Bed & Breakfast 620 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-371-9173 610-223-1421 Pamela's Forget Me Not B&B 33 Hawk Mountain Road Kempton, PA 19529 610-756-3398 The Twin Turretts Inn 11 E. Philadelphia Avenue Boyertown, PA 19512 610-367-4513 877-877-7897

BUCKS COUNTY 1740 House 3690 River Road Lumberville, PA 18933 215-297-5661

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA 1836 Bridgeton House On The Delaware 1525 River Road Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972 610-982-5856

Hotel Du Village 2535 North River Road (Rt. 32) New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-9911

A Wishing Well Guesthouse 144 Old York Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-8819

The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm 5281 Old York Road PO Box 10 Holicong, PA 18928 215-794-5104

Ash Mill Farm B & B 5358 York Road Holicong, PA 18928 215-794-5373 Bancroft Manor Bed & Breakfast 318 Marshall Street P.O. Box 654 Kennett Square, PA 19348 610-470-4297 Black Bass Hotel 3774 River Road Lumberville, PA 18933 215-297-9260 The Fox & Hound Bed & Breakfast 246 W. Bridge Street New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-5082 Frog Hollow Farm 401 Frogtown Road Kintnersville, PA 18930 610-847-FROG (3764) Golden Pheasant Inn on the Delaware 763 River Road (Rt. 32) Erwinna, PA 18920 800-830-4474 610-294-9595 Golden Plough Inn Rte 202 and Street Road Lahaska, PA 18931 215-794-4004 Hargrave House Bed & Breakfast 50 S. Main Street Doylestown, PA 18901 215-348-3334

Hollyhedge Estate 6987 Upper York Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-3136

Logan Inn 10 West Ferry Street New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-2300

Elver Valley Farm 432 Sawmill Road Cochranville, PA 19330 717-529-2803

Meadow Spring Farm 201 E. Street Road, Rt. 926 Kennett Square, PA 19348 215-444-3903

Fairville Inn 506 Kennett Pike, Rt. 52 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-5900 877-285-7772

Olde Stone Guesthouse 1599 Swan Road Atglen, PA 19310 610-593-5572

Faunbrook Bed & Breakfast 699 W. Rosedale Avenue West Chester, PA 19380 610-436-5788

New Hope's 1870 Wedgewood Inn B&B 111 W. Bridge Street (Rte 179) New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-2570

French Creek Inn 2 Ridge Road Phoenixville, PA 19460 610-935-3838

Pineapple Hill Bed & Breakfast 1324 River Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-1790 Porches On The Towpath Bed & Breakfast 20 Fishers Alley New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-3277 Tattersall Inn B&B 37 River Road (Rt. 32) Point Pleasant, PA 18950 800-297-4988 215-297-8233


1732 Folke Stone Bed & Breakfast 777 Copeland School Road West Chester, PA 19380 610-429-0310 800-884-4666 www.bbonline.com/pa/ folkestone Brandywine Manor House Inn 120 Germany Hollow Road Honeybrook, PA 19344 610-942-2200 Cornerstone Bed & Breakfast 300 Buttonwood Road Landenburg, PA 19350 215-387-6065

Longwood Bed & Breakfast Inn 268 Kennett Pike, Rt. 52 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-6080

The Great Valley House of Valley Forge 1475 Swedesford Road Malvern, PA 19355 610-644-6759 Pattye Benson, Innkeeper

Harlan Log House Bed and Breakfast 205 South Fairville Road Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-1114

Pendle Hill 338 Plush Mill Road Wallingford, PA 19086 610-566-4507 Pennsbury Inn B&B 883 Baltimore Pike Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-1435 www.pennsburyinn.com

CUMBERLAND COUNTY 30 Timber Road B&B 30 Timber Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 717-766-9123 Carlisle House 148 S. Hanover Street Carlisle, PA 17013 717-249-0350

Historic General Warren Inne Bed & Breakfast 9 Old Lancaster Road Malvern, PA 19355 610-296-3637

Uniquely situated in the Downtown Historic District of Carlisle, the Inn is actually two adjoining homes, built in 1826 &1884. The amenities, luxuries and the convenience of our location can not be matched.

Hopewell Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast 1012 Hopewell Road Oxford, PA 19363 610-932-4769

Colonial Crossroads Bed and Breakfast 2600 S. Market Street Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-691-1244

The Inn at Whitewing Farm Bed & Breakfast 370 Valley Road West Chester, PA 19382 610-388-2013

Dykeman House Bed & Breakfast 6 W. Dykeman Road Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-532-5634

Kennett House Bed & Breakfast 503 W. State Street Kennett Square, PA 19348 610-444-9592 800-820-9592 Page 9

Fallen Tree Farm 1634 Holly Pike Carlisle, PA 17015 717-713-5407 continued on pg 14


Highland Farm B&B 70 East Road Doylestown, PA 18901 215-345-6767

The Inn at Bowman's Hill 518 Lurgan Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-8090

The Duling Kurtz House & Country Inn 146 S. Whitford Road Exton, PA 19341 610-524-1830

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Accommodations: TWO UPSCALE GUEST SUITES, LOCATED JUST OUTSIDE THE VILLAGE OF INTERCOURSE Queen Bed + Sofa Bed, 1 Bath Sleeps 2-4. WiFi internet access No smoking.

Route 340 Old Philadelphia Pike, known as the Kings Highway in Eastern Lancaster County, the hub of the Amish.

For more information, contact your host:


Fan Smucker 717-682-2167

email: cfsmucker@aol.com www.thesmuckerhouse.com


Voted Top 10

Best Romantic Inns

Lancaster County quality furniture crafted from solid pine & hardwood The Furniture Showroom for Local Craftsmen Serving Our Customers for 21 Years!

Whether you are looking for a romantic couples’ getaway or a shopping adventure with friends, the Inn & Spa at Intercourse Village has luxury accommodations and the perfect location to provide an unforgettable time away.

3572 W. Newport Rd., Ronks, PA 17572 717-768-8712 • info@carriagehousefurnishings.com

Route 340 Main Street, P.O. Box 598, Intercourse, PA 17534




Located at the former Lapps Coach Shop in Intercourse

800-664-0949 Or 717-768-2626 • www.inn-spa.com

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To Market, To Market... Come on in and experience the mouth-watering aromas and bountiful displays presented by approximately 30 local vendors. Their offerings include fresh fruits and vegetables, meats and cheeses, baked goods, canned goods, spices and candy. You’ll also find beautiful handmade quilts, leather goods, wooden toys and floral arrangements. You can watch soft pretzels being twisted, fudge and cookies being made and enjoy lunch at one of our snack counters where homemade soups, sandwiches and daily luncheon specials are served. Don’t let your visit to the Dutch Country end without a stop at one of Lancaster County’s

Days of operation vary according to time of year • Phone: (717) 393-9674 2710 Old Philadelphia Pike • Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505-0412 www.birdinhandfarmersmarket.com Page 12



most enjoyable traditions.

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Locally Owned & Operated Mike & Linda Martin - Innkeepers

In Lancaster Co. Heart of Amish Country! • Eight Guest Rooms • 2 Cottages - 2 Bedrooms Each • Deluxe Suite w/Whirlpool Tub • Candlelight Room w/Jacuzzi Tub

Smoketown Inn (Of Lancaster County)

190 East Brook Rd., Smoketown, PA 17576 (In The Heart Of Lancaster County)


2942 Lincoln Highway E., Gordonville, PA 17529

888-314-3664 • www.aftereightbb.com


Your Home Away From Home S996908


Dine In The Romantic Glow Of History


ur historic tavern, built in 1740, houses four warm and distinctive dining rooms, with 7 working fireplaces throughout. The King George Room features custom comb back chairs, 6 original shutters and pine door, plate rail and a stone fireplace. The Stephen Foster Room features two original stone fireplaces, chair rail, 18-inch deep window sills, and exposed beams.

• Specializing In Steaks & Seafood • Enjoy Cocktails In The Old Tavern

3063 Lincoln Highway (Located 9 miles East of Lancaster on US 30) Paradise, Pennsylvania 17562-0336 (717) 687-8601 For Reservations Call 1-800-429-7383 www.reveretavern.com

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Dinner: Monday-Thursday 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday & Saturday 4:30 p.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday 4 p.m.-9 p.m.


Hours: Tavern Lounge: Monday-Thursday 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday 4:30 p.m.-Midnight; Sunday 4 p.m.-10 p.m.

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Field & Pine B&B 2155 Ritner Highway Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-776-7179 McLean House Bed & Breakfast 80 W. King Street Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-530-1390 800-610-0330 Moore"S Mountain Inn B&B 450 Moores Mountain Road Mechaniscburg, PA 17055 717-766-3412 Pheasant Field Bed & Breakfast 150 Hickorytown Road Carlisle, PA 17015 717-258-0717 877-258-0717 Pleasant View Farm Bed and Breakfast Inn 315 Pleasant View Road New Cumberland, PA 17070 717-774-4817 Red Cardinal Bed & Breakfast 521 Lerew Road Carlisle, PA 17015 717-245-0823 Stock's Manor 2421 Mt. Allen Drive Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-766-3100 Stone Manse Inn 204 Limekiln Road New Cumberland, PA 17070 717-774-0999 Thornwald Mansion 850 Bicentennial Drive Carlisle, PA 17013 717-701-0300


DAUPHIN COUNTY 1825 Inn B & B 409 S. Lingle Avenue Palmyra, PA 17078 717-838-8282

Four miles to HersheyPark and attractions. 1825 farmhouse featuring eight guest rooms, each decorated uniquely. Private baths, AC, year-round fireplaces, Jacuzzis, two acres of lovely gardens with gazebo, with full breakfast on enclosed porch.

Annville Inn Bed & Breakfast 4515 Hill Church Road Annville, PA 17003 717-867-1991 888-868-4515

Mottern's Bed & Breakfast 28 E. Main Street Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-566-3840

Gracious Bed & breakfast where comfort and luxury awaits you. Minutes from Hershey attractions. Unique guest rooms with Jacuzzi and fireplaces. Enjoy our movie theater, swimming pool, luxurious amenities and more at Annville Inn B&B

Bridgeview B &B 810 S Main Street Marysville, PA 17053 (717) 957-2438

Red Umbrella 9866 Jonestown Road Grantville, PA 17028 717-315-6276 Sweet Arrow Inn 368 West Main Street Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-256-3025

DELAWARE COUNTY Alpenhof Bed and Breakfast 2001 N. Ridley Creek Road Media, PA 19063 610-891-8222

City House Bed & Breakfast 915 North Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17102 717-903-2489 Fulling Mill Inn B&B 3268 Fulling Mill Road Middletown, PA 17057 717-939-7194

Newly renovated historic, elegant 1860 farmhouse on 1.5 acres with lovely creek. Bed & Breakfast or whole house rental. Your group can have us serve you meals or you can make your own. We offer bedrooms w/en suite bathrooms with whole house amenities. Located close to Hershey/Harrisburg turnpike, easy access to Lancaster.

Hobby House Retreat 845 Locust Grove Road Middletown, PA 17057 717-944-1125 The Inn at Westwynd Farm 1620 Sand Beach Road Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-533-6764 877-WESTWYND Step into a world of casual elegance on a beautiful horse farm overlooking Hershey. Enjoy country serenity, gourmet breakfasts and comforting amenities in rooms accented by fireplaces and antiques.

Manor on Front B&B, The 2917 North Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17110 717-884-9596

Harrisburg's newest Bed & Breakfast located along the Susquehanna at Riverfront Park. Offering 7 magnificent bedrooms and The River Room available for your business meetings, family reunions, weddings and rehearsal parties.

Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast 115 Indian Springs Drive Chester Heights, PA 19017 610-459-3000 Inn at Grace Winery 50 Sweetwater Road Glen Mills, PA 19342 610-459-4711 Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast 314 Harvard Avenue Swarthmore, PA 19081 610-544-6779 Purcell Darrell House B&B 315 North Chester Road Swarthmore, PA 19081 610-690-4421 Wayne Bed & Breakfast Inn 211 Strafford Avenue Wayne, PA 19087 610-715-2224

LANCASTER COUNTY 1777 Americana Inn B & B 301 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-721-9268 1786 Limestone Inn 33 E. Main Street Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-8392 1-800-278-8392 www.thelimestoneinn.com We offer it all in the historic surroundings of The 1786 Limestone Inn - the authentic historic inn of Strasburg!

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A New Beginning Bed & Breakfast 1400 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-5935 Airy View B&B 4596 Airy View Drive Columbia, PA 17512 717-314-5960 After Eight Bed & Breakfast 2942 Lincoln Highway East, P.O. Box 24 Gordonville, PA 17529 717-687-3664 888-314-3664

In the heart of Amish Country, Lancaster County, PA. 8 guest rooms, 2 cottages-2 bedrooms each, deluxe suite with whirlpool tub, candlelight room with jacuzzi tub. Your Home Away From Home.

Alden House Bed & Breakfast 62 E. Main Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-627-3363 800-584-0753 Amanda Gish House Bed & Breakfast 556 W. Bainbridge Street Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-361-8637 866-401-0889 Amethyst Inn 144 W. Main Street Adamstown, PA 19501 717-484-0800

The Amethyst Inn is a premiere Lancaster County B&B located in Adamstown, PA. Close to the Antique Stores of Adamstown, the Outlets of Reading and the History and Entertainment of Lancaster County. Guest Rooms or Cottages available. Children and pets welcome in the cottages.

Amish Country View Guest House 832 May Post Office Road Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7179 Amish Guest House and Cottage 3625 E. Newport Road Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-8914 continued on pg 16

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2 Perfect 2 perfect places toPlaces stay & To playStay in & Play

Lancaster’s most unique full-service themed Inn featuring Victorian and nautical guest rooms with on-site restaurant and tavern, heated indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness center, game room and more! Certificate Of Excellence On



At The Corner Of Rt 30 & Rt 896 | Lancaster, PA | 717-299-9999 (Across from Rockvale Outlets)


Expect the very best.



Voted Lancaster’s Favorite Hotel... Again & Again!

300 Guest Rooms Including 160 One-, Two& Three-Bedroom Suites

All Guest Rooms Include: Flat-Panel HD TVs, Blu-Ray DVD Player, Refrigerator, Microwave, Safe, Hi-Speed Internet and Much More Two Restaurants, Lounge and Lancaster’s #1 Champagne Sunday Brunch

3 Pools: Heated Indoor and Outdoor Pools and Children’s Pool, Outdoor Recreation Complex Including Kidz Water Zone and Much More

222 Eden Road, Lancaster, PA 717-569-6444 www.EdenResort.com

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Certificate Of Excellence On

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Amish Stay Vacation Home 2927 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505 717-768-0999 intercoursepalodging.com Amish View Inn Millers Corporation & Smorgesbord 3125 Old Philadelphia Pike (Rt. 340) Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505 800-792-5731 At Plain & Fancy Farm,

Located on the AAA Cultural Scenic Byway, our accommodations and incredible views are second to none. Family-friendly and Adult-only Buildings.

Apple Bin Inn 2835 Willow Street Pike Willow Street, PA 17584 717-464-5881 www.applebininn.com

Our delightful rooms, scrumptious breakfasts, and renowned hospitality create the ideal Lancaster Bed & Breakfast experience with a relaxed focus on the simplicity of life.

Artist's Inn and Gallery 117 E. Main Street Terre Hill, PA 17581 717-445-0219

"Make your getaway picture perfect...spend the night in an art gallery!" Romantic B&B, vacation homes and art gallery in Lancaster County.

Ascot House 219 W. Market Street Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-2518


Australian Walkabout Inn Bed & Breakfast 837 Village Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-464-0707 1-888-WALKABT www.walkaboutinn.com The Australian Walkabout Inn provides gracious hospitality in a quiet setting close to Lancaster County attractions. All five guest rooms are well-appointed & include private bathrooms.

The Barn at Strasburg 308 Miller Street Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7870

Beacon Hollow Farm 130 Centerville Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-8218

The Cameron Estate Inn 1855 Mansion Lane Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-492-0111

Beaver Creek Farm Cabins #2 Little Beaver Road Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7745

Carriage Corner Bed & Breakfast 3705 E. Newport Road Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-3059 800-209-3059

Bella Vista Bed & Breakfast 1216 E. Main Street Akron, PA 17501 717-859-4227 888-948-9726 Bird-In-Hand Village Inn & Suites 2695 Old Philadelphia Pike Route 340 Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 bird-in-hand.com/bird-inhand-village-inn-suites/ Historic, upscale country lodging in a quaint village setting. Whether you choose our 1734 Inn or one of our 3 early 19th centrury buildings, your stay will include our deluxe breakfast buffet, evening snacks, en suite private bath & complimentary tour of Amish farmlands.

Blue Rock Bed & Breakfast 72 Blue Rock Road Millersville, PA 17551 717-872-7440

The Bowman House Bed & Breakfast 2672 Lititz Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 717-519-0808 Brownstone Colonial Inn Bed & Breakfast 590 Galen Hall Road Reinholds, PA 17569 877-464-9862 info@brownstonecolonial inn.com Brownstone Colonial Inn is a beautifully restored 18th century Georgian sandstone farmhouse featuring locally handcrafted period-authentic furniture, plank floors, lofty windowsills, and private bathrooms.

Country Living Inn 2406 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17604 717-295-7295 1-877-295-7295

Carriage House 176 S New Holland Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-682-2167 cfsmucker@aol.com

Country Log House Farm 1175 Flory Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4477

Carriage House Motor Inn 144 E. Main Street Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7651

Country View PA 5463 Old Philadelphia Pike Kinzers, PA 17535 717-768-0936

Cherry Blossom B & B 2576 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 717-397-2111

Country Vistas Bed & Breakfast 448 West Sun Hill Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-664-2931

Carriage House & Hideaway two upscale Guest Suites located just outside the Village of Intercourse, PA. for information or reservations call Fan Smucker 717-682-2167

Cherry Crest Meadows 180 Cherry Hill Road Ronks, PA 17572

Personalized hospitality for the entire family. Lodging and complimentary cooked breakfast conveniently located to explore all of the many attractions in PA Dutch Country! See website to discover more.

Country Hearth Bed & Breakfast 285 W. Main Street New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-8674

The Christiana House 17 Harrison Avenue Christiana, PA 17509 610-593-7300 Churchtown Inn Bed & Breakfast 2100 Main Street, Route 23 Narvon, PA 17555 717-445-7794 800-637-4446 Churchtown Manor Guesthouse 136 Churchtown Road Narvon, PA 17555 717-661-7951 Cooper's Inn Bed & Breakfast 537 Hackman Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-490-4860

Enjoy the peace and tranquility of our 6th generation PA German farm surrounded by Amish and Mennonite communities. Private baths, central air and wifi.

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Country Patches Vacation Home 3157 Lincoln Highway East Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-5698

Creekside Inn Bed & Breakfast 44 Leacock Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-0333 866-604-2574 Eby's Pequea Farm Bed & Breakfast 345 Belmont Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-3615 Equestrian Estates Horse Farm Bed & Breakfast 221 Shultz Road Lancaster, PA 17603 717-464-2164 Forest Hill Inn 1345 Forest Hill Road Stevens, PA 17578 717-989-5256 Forgotten Seasons Bed & Breakfast 304 E. Newport Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-3088 continued on pg 18

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Lancaster County’s Most Outstanding Miniature Golf!!!

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Rt. 741 West of Strasburg

2 Spacious Courses  13 Serene Acres  Snack Shoppe 

Beautiful, Handcrafted Quilts Come See Why People Say “Oh My Goodness!”

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Located on a "Working Farm" this timeless, grand farmhouse will be exclusively yours during your visit. Situated in the heart of Lancaster County & Pennsylvania Dutch Country, there are many wonderful attractions including shopping, wonderful restaurants and antique shops.

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By Ann K. Charles Three years ago, Nancy Skee fulfilled her lifelong dream of owning a bed-and-breakfast. After 24 years as a teacher, Skee ventured into the lodging industry by purchasing Olde Square Inn in Mount Joy. “After 24 years of teaching, I’m finally here,” says Skee. “Every part of the inn is very special to me!” The inn’s three-story Georgian Revival-style building was built after World War I by Howard Longenecker, a prominent resident of Mount Joy who was successful in the tobacco and banking industries. “Evidence of his wealth can be found throughout the home in its curved radiators, leaded glass windows, and beautiful columns separating the living room and the current dining room,” Skee explains. Skee is the third innkeeper to operate the building as an inn. “This wonderful home was just meant to be shared with visitors,” she says. Skee shows her zeal for her new profession by paying close attention to all the details of operating the inn, which features seven guest rooms, including two suites. “With a five-star rating on TripAdvisor, guests know they can expect sparkling clean, beautiful rooms and a homey and

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quiche, blueberry baked French toast, and egg soufflé in puff pastry. Several side dishes such as bacon or sausage, scones and muffins, avocado toast, potatoes, and a sautéed fresh vegetable are also on the menu. Guests should be sure to save room for one additional treat, however. “Breakfast is not complete until the dessert course is served!” Skee proclaims. Some of the sweet treats that may be available to round out the morning’s meal include brownies and apple strudel. Skee also notes that the inn is happy to accommodate guests with special dietary needs, including those who require vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meals, if provided with advance notice. With full stomachs, guests can embark on their day, whether they are exploring Lancaster County or merely relaxing at the inn. Amish Country attractions, antiquing opportunities, theater shows, shopping, and amusement parks are within comfortable driving distance, and there are restaurants and shops within walking distance, too. Skee particularly recommends a visit to the nearby Bube’s Brewery, a historic 19th-century brewery and museum complex. Back at the Olde Square Inn, guests can relax after a day of fun, cozying up by the fireplace on a winter evening or enjoying the inn’s outdoor spaces when the weather is warm. “One of my favorite spots is our side porch in summertime,” Skee shares. “The floor-to-ceiling curtains that blow in the summer breeze along with tables dressed with linens and chairs with cushions make it the perfect place for breakfast, reading a book, or just relaxing.” Another welcoming outdoor space is the inn’s secondfloor Grand Balcony. “Tiny white lights around the railing give

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it a comfortable and cozy atmosphere for nighttime stargazing,” Skee explains. The inn also features a pool, which is available for registered guests to use during the summer months. In addition to catering to guests looking for an overnight getaway, Olde Square Inn hosts gatherings to celebrate life’s special events. “We are the perfect place for small, intimate weddings for couples who want their commitment to each other to be memorable, yet desire to honor their financial future with an event at a gentle price,” Skee explains. The inn’s all-inclusive wedding packages include everything from flowers and cake to lodging and breakfast. “We take care of it all, so brides and grooms can enjoy their special day without the stress,” Skee says. The inn also hosts elopements for couples wanting to share their nuptials with only a few special guests, and it hosts wedding and baby showers for up to 14 participants. The inn’s guests can also opt for other special indulgences, which include a “babymoon” package for expectant parents, cakes and balloons in celebration of birthdays and anniversaries, and chocolate-covered strawberries and fresh flowers. Whether Olde Square Inn is hosting a celebration of one of life’s milestones or merely providing its guests with a respite from the busyness of everyday life, Skee pledges her commitment to ensuring the comfort of her guests. “As the sign in our foyer so aptly tells it,” she shares, “at Olde Square Inn you ‘Enter as Guests, Leave as Friends’!” Olde Square Inn 127 E. Main St., Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4525 www.oldesquareinn.com nancy@oldesquareinn.com

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Booking A Stay At A B&B?

No Need To Leave The Kids (And Pets) At Home There’s no question that an inn or bed-andbreakfast can be ideal for a quiet romantic getaway. But what about when you want to get away but bring the whole family? Are families with young children relegated to stay as anonymous guests at large, cookie-cutter hotel chains? Absolutely not! Some small establishments are happy to welcome not only young guests, but ones of the furry variety as well. To make guests’ stays easier, familyfriendly inns and bed-and-breakfasts may offer suites of rooms or separate cottages on the grounds. Sometimes these types of accommodations offer a full private kitchen and all the comforts of home, including cribs and toys for the kiddos and food bowls and pet beds for Fido. Some innkeepers may provide kids’ dining menus and children’s activities in addition to offering suggestions of local ageappropriate attractions. As sublime as this sounds, we would be remiss not to mention that a little common courtesy is required to make it all run as smoothly as possible. Guests traveling with little ones should keep

the following things in mind: • Other guests may be looking for a quiet getaway, so noise curfews should be strictly observed. An inconsolable infant in the middle of the night could spoil the trip for more than just Mom and Dad. Separate family cottages may be the ideal accommodation for children who don’t sleep through the night, so families will be sure not to disrupt other guests. • Children should not be left unattended in the room or common areas and should be generally

well-behaved when spending time in common areas. Room service might be a parent’s best friend in this instance. • Part of the charm of an inn or bedand-breakfast is often the décor, which may include antiques. Parents should be diligent in supervising children so that nothing gets damaged or broken. Those traveling with their fur babies should also be aware of some guidelines: • Pets should be clean, free of fleas and ticks, and up to date with vaccinations for the safety of other pets and guests. Guests who plan to take nature walks may need to bring some extra towels from home to clean muddy paws. • Pets should be housebroken, wellbehaved, non-aggressive, and generally quiet (no barking that could disturb other guests). • Owners may not be able to leave pets unattended in the room, so extracurricular activities should be planned accordingly. The bed-and-breakfast or inn may allow pets to stay in the room for a limited time if they are crated. • Pets may not be allowed on furniture, and guests will be held responsible for any chewing or other damage. There may be additional daily fees for pets. • Guests must clean up after their pets outside and keep them leashed or under control outside of the room. It is important to note that these are general guidelines and that each inn or bed-and-breakfast that allows children and pets has its own policies in place. Be sure to check the business’s website or speak with the innkeeper before booking. The opportunity to experience the hospitality, ambiance, and personal touches provided by inns and bedand-breakfasts doesn’t have to be relinquished when traveling as a family. A number of establishments throughout Pennsylvania cater to guests of every age, on both two legs and four. Take heart! There’s no need to wait until the kids are in college to plan the next outing.

Spotlight: Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn

2264 Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg PA 17325 717-334-8804 www.gettysburgbattlefield.com Looking for a family getaway? Constance Tarbox, innkeeper at the Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn in Gettysburg, gives some insight into staying with your whole family! Q: Many inns/B&Bs are for older children or adults only – how do you accommodate young children and the family dog? A: We love families! We have a horse and a pony, and we encourage all of our families with children to visit them while they are staying with us. Every morning, you and your children can learn about the Civil War from one of our own Civil War historians. We also have a Civil War-themed children’s library, ample board games, and toys in our Lincoln Parlor. We even have Civil War-era clothing to try on and take family photos. We offer full delicious breakfasts, and we can accommodate special requests. Your children will have full access to our 30-acre nature preserve, complete with walking trails and a beautiful lotus pond that blooms in the summertime. You and your children can relax in the evenings on our spacious deck or in either of our two common rooms. We have playards and bed rails that families can borrow, as well as booster seats and high chairs. There are also a lot of local attractions that will appeal to families. (Check out the inn’s website for a comprehensive list.) We love dogs, and we love dog owners. As a pet-friendly accommodation, we know that you don't want to leave your dog at home, and you shouldn't have to. Let the front desk know that you are inquiring about pet-friendly lodging, and we will help you plan the perfect getaway for you and your dog in Gettysburg. On our property, you and your dog will find 30 acres of nature preserve with scenic walking trails for long walks on a leash. You and your dog can also play fetch on our six-acre lawn. We offer complimentary dog waste bags as well as a dedicated outdoor waste can. All 12 of the inn's rooms and suites are dogfriendly, and four rooms have direct outdoor access for your dog's convenience. There are no additional fees for bringing dogs to Battlefield Bed and Breakfast Inn. Q: What etiquette should patrons be aware of when staying with you with young children and pets? A: Quiet hours are from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. Children must be supervised, especially when near the horses and the pond or stream. Please keep dogs on a leash except for in your room or in the fenced-in dog run. Please clean up after your dog; bags and waste receptacles are provided. If your dog wants to sleep on your bed with you, please ask our staff for a dog blanket to protect the quilts. If your dog struggles with separation anxiety, please don't leave your dog alone in your room for extended periods of time. We want to make sure that other guests enjoy a quiet visit as much as you do.

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1441 Millport Road, Lancaster, PA 17602

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Southeastern PA Routes For Your

HIKING BOOTS Pennsylvania has an abundance of hiking trails providing travelers with an array of opportunities to combine sightseeing and outdoor exercise. Whether embarking on a short, brisk hike to a scenic overlook or stepping off on a challenging journey along a historic trailway, active visitors have plenty of options to satisfy any perambulatory preference. Trekkers can check out a few southeastern Pennsylvania favorites, including:

Park At Governor Dick Photo by Diana Sprucebank

PARK AT GOVERNOR DICK, LEBANON COUNTY Hikers looking for a quick but vigorous hike can check out the trail at Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick. The 3-mile round-trip hike will take visitors uphill to the Governor Dick observation tower. Hikers with no aversion to heights can climb the ladder system to the top of the tower and enjoy a 360-degree view of the picturesque Lebanon scenery. Parking is available at 3283 Pinch Road, Mount Gretna.

FLAT ROCK TRAIL, CUMBERLAND COUNTY Hikers who trek the 2.5 miles from Colonel Denning State Park to the top of the Blue Mountain in

Ned Smith Center

Tuscarora State Forest will be rewarded with a breathtaking 180-degree view of the Cumberland Valley. The overlook is a natural rock outcrop reached via the moderate-to-rugged trail that climbs over 900 feet in elevation. Hikers should prepare for rocks and loose gravel, wear good hiking boots, and bring a bite to eat and plenty of water. The trailhead is located at the footbridge next to the park’s environmental classroom, 1599 Doubling Gap Road, Newville.

NORTHWEST RIVER TRAIL, LANCASTER COUNTY This approximately 14-mile trail along the Susquehanna River provides hiking and trail biking opportunities. Following the historic canal path through several Lancaster County municipalities, the trail showcases archaeological sites such as iron furnace ruins, abandoned canal locks, and an old quarry operation. Travelers can pick up the trail at several points, including the Columbia Crossing River Trails Center at Columbia River Park, 41 Walnut St., Columbia, which also provides a boat launch and other amenities.

SWATARA STATE PARK, SCHUYLKILL & LEBANON COUNTIES The showstopper on the Swatara State Park trails is Aycrigg’s Falls and the Bordner Cabin. The cabin was built in 1939, and right next to it is the 60-foot-high Aycrigg’s Falls, a series of falls that is at its best flow-wise toward the end of winter and beginning of spring. Hikers who come across the falls in summer or fall may find its flow greatly reduced. Visitors can choose from several trails of varying difficulty to reach the falls and cabin, including a 2.5-mile trek along Bear Hole Trail, which may be accessed near the Waterville Bridge parking area off Interstate 81.

NED SMITH CENTER LANDS AND TRAILS, DAUPHIN COUNTY A variety of trails can be found within the 500 acres of land that stretches from the Wiconisco Creek to Berry’s Mountain in the Ned Smith Center, 176 Water Company Road, Millersburg. Hikers will find several difficulty levels, as well as ADA-compliant options and horseback riding trails. Be on the lookout for deer, bears, wild turkeys, grouse, foxes, and numerous songbirds, insects, and reptiles that inhabit the forest.

Park At Governor Dick Photo by Diana Sprucebank

Northwest River Trail Photo by David de Vitry

Northwest River Trail Photo by David de Vitry

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2018 AREA EVENTS For a complete listing of things to do, log on to whereandwhen.com.

ADAMScounty May 17-20. Semi-Annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. Listen to bluegrass

by award-winning artists in a beautiful country setting. Granite Hill Camping Resort, Gettysburg. 717-642-8749, www.gettysburgbluegrass.com

May 19. Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show.

More than 120 antique dealers and collectors converge to sell a host of items, including furniture, glass, jewelry, toys, and postcards. Lincoln Square, Gettysburg. 717-3590776, www.gettysburgretail merchants.com

May 26. Gettysburg BBQ Festival. Barbecue sampling,

barbecue competitions, vendors, a craft beer garden, live music, and children’s activities. Adm. Gateway Gettysburg Complex, Gettysburg. 301259-1991, www.gettysburg bbqfestival.com

May 28. Gettysburg Memorial Day Parade & Ceremonies. The parade will start at Lefever Street, head northeast to Middle Street, turn west on East Middle Street, and head south on Baltimore Street. It

will end at the Soldiers’ National Cemetery, where the ceremony will take place at the Rostrum. Parade begins at 2pm. Ceremony at 3pm. Downtown Gettysburg. 717-334-6274

Jun 16. Antique Market & Craft Show. The longest continuously running antique show in the country will offer antiques, crafts and music, along with more than 100 vendors. Free adm. New Oxford Square, New Oxford. 717-624-2800, www.newoxford.org

Jun 22-24. Latimore Valley Fair. Festival with

arts and crafts, music, entertainment, a gas and steam engine show, an antique race car exhibition, a vintage and classic car show, drag racing, and more. Eastern Museum of Motor Racing, York Springs. www.emmr.org

Jul 5-8. Gettysburg Civil War Battle Re-enactment. Exciting

battles held daily, along with field demonstrations, live mortar fire, a living history village, a medical demonstration area, and more. Adm. Gettysburg. www.gettysburg reenactment.com

Jul 12-15. Gettysburg Bike Week. Annual bike

show featuring field events, tattoo contests, live music, fireworks and more that brings in more than 30,000 motorcyclists each year. Allstar Events Complex, Gettysburg. www.gettysburg bikeweek.com

Jul 20-22. Gettysburg National 19th-Century Baseball Festival. On

Saturday and Sunday, vintage baseball teams from across the country will compete in games as they were played in 1863. A children’s clinic on Friday night will offer opportunities to throw, catch, and hit using the balls and bats the players will use the next day. Schroeder Farm, Gettysburg.

Jul 21. Adams County Irish Festival. Irish music,

dancers, food, workshops, living history, crafts and other merchandise, and more. Rain or shine. Adm. Moose Park, Gettysburg.

Jul 31-Aug 4. South Mountain Fair. A small

country fair that features rides, farm animals, homemade exhibits, entertainment, fireworks, antique farm machinery, food, and more.

Unlimited carnival rides are included in the admission cost. South Mountain Fairgrounds, Biglerville. 717-677-9663, www.southmountainfair.com

Aug 10-19. Bounty of the County. A foodie event

featuring Gettysburg and Biglerville restaurants. Local chefs will create special menus using fresh, local produce donated by Adams County farms. Biglerville and Gettysburg. 717-677-7444, http://acfga.info

Aug 10-12. Gettysburg Rocks. More than 150 live

bands across multiple venues in the Gettysburg area. Benefits Four Diamonds. Gettysburg. www.gburgrocks.com

Aug 18. Gettysburg Brew Fest. Unlimited sampling of craft beer and hard cider. Rain or shine. Benefits Lutheran Theological Seminary. Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary, Gettysburg. www.gettysburg brewfest.com

Sep 8-9. Gettysburg Wine & Music Festival.

Savor hundreds of wines from more than 25 Pennsylvania wineries and enjoy live music.

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Walnut Valley Guest House

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA No pets, weapons, or outside food may be brought onto the grounds. Adm. Gateway Gettysburg Complex, Gettysburg. 717-334-8151, www.gettysburgwineand musicfestival.com Sep 15-16. World War II Weekend. See authentic re-creations of Allied and German army camps complete with original WWII vehicles. Living history volunteers will present programs on WWII medical services, weapons, equipment, communications, military vehicles, and the life of a common soldier. WWII veterans will share their experiences. Adm. Eisenhower National Historic Site, Gettysburg. 717-3389114, www.nps.gov/eise Sep 29-30. Pippinfest. Arts and crafts, music, food, a quilt show, a car show, walking tours, community yard sale, children’s activities, and more. Rain or shine. Free adm and parking. Fairfield. Oct 6-7, 13-14. National

Apple Harvest Festival.

Includes crafts, music, and food, plus demonstrations, contests, antique car and steam engine displays, a petting zoo, and more. South Mountain Fairgrounds, Biglerville.

Oct 27. New Oxford Harvest Day & Parade.

Food and craft vendors, children’s activities, and a parade that will kick off from New Oxford High School. 10am-4:30pm. Free adm. New Oxford Square, New Oxford. 717-624-2800, www.newoxford.org

Nov 22-Dec 15. A Civil War Christmas. Take a

candlelight tour of the museum, decorated for an 1860s Christmas, while hearing the story of the Shriver family and how the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War changed their lives. Thanksgiving weekend and Saturdays. 5 and 7pm. Shriver House Museum, Gettysburg. 717-337-2800, www.shriverhouse.org

Nov 23-25. Log House Christmas Craft Show.

Highlighting traditional handmade offerings in an Early American setting featuring area craftspeople. 10am-4pm. The Log House, East Berlin.


May 5. Artisans in the Park Spring Show. Hosted

by the friends of the Conrad Weiser Homestead, the event will feature food and beverages, live entertainment, tours of the homestead, artists, demonstrations, activities, giveaways, food, farmto-table wine and more. Rain or shine. Adm. Conrad Weiser Homestead, Robesonia. 484-335-0091, www.artisansinthepark.com

audio, ham and related items under two large pavilions. Meet experts who fix and restore antique radios. There will be a non-computer show and a Friday night auction. 8am-4pm. Renninger’s Antiques and Farmers Market, Kutztown. 610-683-6848, www.renningers.net

May 12. Spring Craft Fair. Browse the wares of

more than 300 local and regional craftspeople displaying a variety of arts and handcrafts in indoor, sheltered and open-air displays. Refreshments will be available. 9am-3pm. Leesport Farmers Market, Leesport. 610-926-1307, www.leesport market.com

May 17. Performance: Peppa Pig Live! Peppa

Pig’s Surprise! is a brand-new theatrical tour featuring Peppa, George and their friends in an all-singing, all-dancing adventure full of songs, games and surprises.

6pm. Santander Arena, Reading. 610-898-7469, www.santander-arena.com

May 24-27. Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. Fans

may enjoy drag racing competitions at many levels, which often showcase future stars in classes where many professional racers began their careers. Maple Grove Raceway, Mohnton. 610-856-9211, www.maplegroveraceway.com

Jun 1-3. World War II Weekend. A WWII living

history event and air show featuring special guests, live entertainment, more than 1,200 re-enactors, period vehicles and aircraft. Includes a flea market, hangar dances in the evenings, and more. Rain or shine. Mid Atlantic Air Museum, Reading. 610-372-7333, www.maam.org

Jun 8-10. Antique Engine, Tractor & Toy Club. The show of antique

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May 9. Performance: Paul Anka - Celebrating 60 Years of Hits - His Way! The legendary singer

and songwriter will perform. 7:30-9:30pm. Santander Arena, Reading. 610-898-7469, www.santander-arena.com

May 11-12. Kutztown Antiques Radio Meet.

More than 200 booth spaces of antique radios, parts,

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8892 Susquehanna Trail S. Loganville, PA 717-428-2036 • Open Year ’Round www.brownsorchards.com S998016


OPEN 7 DAYS 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. A Great Dealer Shop 726 North Hanover Street

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA collectors will include tractors, engines and other equipment used on the farm, along with live entertainment each day, pedal pulls for children and a tractor parade on Saturday afternoon, and flea markets and food. William DeLong Park, Bowers. 610-926-6209

and children’s activities. Regional restaurants will compete for the People’s Choice Award for the best burger. Free adm. Hamburg. 610-562-3106, www.tasteof hamburger.com

Jun 14-16. Mountain Springs Country Fair. An

pepper festival of its kind, the event features a pepper eating contest, salsa contest, chili pepper and heirloom tomato field excursions, and more. William DeLong Park, Bowers. www.pepper festival.com

agricultural fair featuring rides, entertainment, baking contests, a queen contest, animal judging, demolition and combine derbies, line dancing, a live Wolves of America Show daily and more. Adm. Free parking. Mountain Springs Country Fair, Hamburg. 610-428-2448, www.mountainspringscountry fair.org

Sep 1. Taste of Hamburg-er Festival.

Features a professional hamburger-eating competition, nonstop entertainment on five stages, strolling entertainment, a beer and wine garden, crafters and artists,

Sep 7-8. Chile Pepper Food Festival. The largest

Oct 6-7. Arts Festival Reading. The culmination of

GoggleWorks’ mission to nurture the arts, foster creativity, promote education, and enrich the community. Features fine artists, vendors, demonstrations, food, craft beverages, music, and more. 10am-5pm. GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Reading. 610-374-4600, www.goggle works.org


1150 Evergreen Way, Orrtanna Adams County, PA 17353

717-334-7784 • halbrendtwinery.com Halbrendt wines are crafted from handpicked estate grown and locally sourced fruit.

Through Sep 28. Pop Up Story Time. Hear stories

and sing songs from Emily Knorr’s favorite children’s books. Lunch will be available afterward. Last Friday of each month. Free. The Market at DelVal, Doylestown. 215-230-7170, www.themarketatdelval.com

Through Oct 29. Open Mondays at Andalusia.

Guided house tours and self-guided garden tours will be available. Andalusia, the country home of Nicholas Biddle, president of the Second Bank of the United States, is surrounded by spectacular grounds that feature architectural delights, native woodlands, and breathtaking gardens. Space is limited, and reservations are required. Mondays. Adm. Andalusia, Andalusia. 215-245-5479, www.andalusia pa.org

May 5. Washington Crossing Brewfest.

Attendees may taste more than 100 beers, try food from vendors, mingle with Revolutionary War re-enactors, and receive a commemorative glass.12:30-4:30pm. Washington Crossing Historic Park, Washington Crossing. www.washingtoncrossingpark. org, www.washingtoncrossing brewfest.com

May 19-20. Strawberry Festival. A weekend of

We hope that you come visit and enjoy our scenic vineyard and our artisan wine as one of life’s little pleasures. Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 6 pm




strawberry treats and eats, along with family fun. Rain or shine. 10am-6pm both days, with shops open until 8pm on Saturday. Free adm and parking. Peddler’s Village, New Hope. 215-794-4000, www.peddlersvillage.com

May 19. Arts Alive! Spring Arts & Crafts Festival. Artisans, local

businesses, and community organizations will line Broad Street from Hellertown Avenue to Fourth Street. The event will also include trolley rides, children’s activities, a food court, wine tastings, an authors’ corner, and all-day live entertainment on two

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stages. The rain date is May 20. Free. Quakertown. https://quakertownalive.com

Jun 4-9. Bucks County Plein Air Festival. Artists

from all over the U.S. participate in the festival to create art from life, as opposed to in the studio. A juried show featuring prizes, a tasting party and a community festival. Bucks County Community College, Newtown. 215-968-8224

Jun 10. Bucks Beautiful Kitchen & Garden Tour.

Showcases an exciting mix of kitchens and gardens in some of Bucks County’s finest homes. 10am-4pm. Doylestown. 215-340-3639

Jun 23-24. Summer Food & Music Festival. Tasty

food, summer music, boutique shopping, and family fun. Peddler’s Village, New Hope. 215-794-4000, www.peddlersvillage.com

Jul 7-8. Tinicum Arts Festival. Features the works of more than 180 regional artists in the Art Barn, as well as a white elephant tent, a book sale, a silent auction, live music, children’s activities, and food. Tinicum Park, Erwinna. 610-294-9420

Jul 14-15. Bluegrass & Blueberries Festival.

Celebrate National Blueberry Month with locally grown blueberries, blueberry treats, and a lineup of the best bluegrass music in the region. Peddler’s Village, New Hope. 215-794-4000, www.peddlers village.com

Aug 11-12. Peach Festival & Sidewalk Sale. Celebrate National Peach Month with peach treats, live entertainment, children’s activities, food, and summer savings in every shop. Rain or shine. 10am-6pm. Peddler’s Village, New Hope. 215-794-4000, www.peddlers village.com

Aug 25. Fonthill Castle Beer Fest. Celebrate beer

in the beautiful setting of Fonthill Castle. Brews from more than 25 local, regional, and national breweries, plus music and light fare. 2-5pm.

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Fonthill Castle, Doylestown. 215-348-9461, www.fonthill museum.org

Sep 15-16. Village Renaissance Faire.

Glamour and excitement in an interactive world for all ages. Features jousting knights, aerialists, birds of prey, a variety of performers, a working trebuchet, archery matches, and fire breathers, as well as music, children’s activities, and vendors. Middletown Grange, Wrightstown. 267-304-8060

Sep 15-16. Scarecrow Festival. Family fun includ-

ing scarecrow making workshops, pumpkin painting, live music, food, and children’s activities. Scarecrows will be on display and guests can vote on their favorites. Peddler’s Village, New Hope. 215-794-4000, www.peddlers village.com

Sep 15. Fall Festival & Open House. Features arti-

sans and antique vendors, craft demonstrations, music, farm animals, a children’s craft, a silent auction, and a

baked goods sale. Visitors can explore the homestead, summer kitchen, ramp barn and museum. The farmstead is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Rain or shine. 10am-4pm. Strassburger Farmstead, Sellersville. 267-614-9174


Through May 27. Performance: Romeo & Juliet: A Requiem.

In the inventive and intimate six-actor version of the Shakespeare play, the traumatized parents, Friar, and Nurse relive the passion, bravery, and recklessness of the star-crossed lovers. People’s Light & Theatre, Malvern. 610-644-3500, http://peopleslight.org

May 9. Gold Tooling/ Gilding Workshop.

Colonial Williamsburg-trained instructor Ramon Townsend will focus on the specialized technique of gold tooling. Using gold leaf, gold foil and bookbinding finishing tools,

participants will learn traditional methods of designing and decorating leather in gold. 9am-noon. Adm. Historic Sugartown, Malvern. 610-640-2667, www.historic sugartown.org

May 19. Radnor Hunt Races. Benefits the open

May 12. Honey Brook Quilt Sale & Consignment Auction.

May 19-20. Tougher Mudder. Adds a competi-

May 13. Willowdale Steeplechase. The family-

May 31-Jun 3. Brandywine Strawberry Festival. Features carnival

Honey Brook Fire Company, Honey Brook. 610-273-2688, www.honeybrookfire.org

friendly event is enjoyed annually by more than 10,000 spectators who spend a day watching world-class steeplechase, along with Jack Russell terrier and pony races. Landhope Farms, Kennett Square.

May 18-20. Performance: Sleeping Beauty. Princess Aurora and

her Prince are featured in the romantic story of love and honor. Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall, West Chester. www.brandywineballet.org

space and clean water programs of the Brandywine Conservancy. Radnor Hunt, Malvern. 610-388-8383, www.radnorhuntraces.org

tive, timed twist to the Tough Mudder course. Plantation Field - Unionville, Coatesville. www.toughmudder.com

rides, an international food fair, craft and business vendors, live music, bounce houses, costume characters, and games. Free adm. Brandywine Hospital Grounds, Coatesville. www.brandywinestrawberry festival.com

Jul 13-15. Blobfest.

Commemorating the 1958 classic The Blob, including screenings of The Blob and continued on pg 40

Newberrytown Peddlers Market Farmers Market & Flea Market

Enjoy Great Food, Fresh Baked Goods, and Local Produce! 3 RESTAURANTS Antiques & Collectibles Jewelry • Toys Sports Merchandise Household Items DVDs • CDs • Videos Handmade Goods & Crafts & Much More!

Newberrytown Peddlers Market is located in Northern York County, midway between Harrisburg and York. Just 3 miles off I-83 Exit 32, Newberrytown.

Great Bargains & Hidden Treasures Offering a little something for just about everyone, including the Kids!

Open Year Round Saturdays & Sundays 8am-3pm RAIN OR SHINE! Free Parking Free Admission

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2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA other horror classics, a re-enactment of the sequence where people run out of the theater, competitions and a street fair. The Colonial Theatre, Phoenixville. www.thecolonialtheatre.com

Sep 30. Downingtown Fall Fest. Food and mer-

Aug 3-Oct 29. Nightscape: A Light & Sound Experience. Klip

Nov 7. Gold Tooling/ Gilding Workshop.

Collective will utilize the expansive gardens as a backdrop for a display of light, sound, music and projection, creating a multisensory experience. 6-10pm, with ideal viewing times at or after 9pm in Aug., 8pm in Sept. and 7pm in Oct. Gardens will stay open until 11pm on Wednesdays through Saturdays. Tickets required. Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square. 610-388-1000, www.longwoodgardens.org

Aug 8. Gold Tooling/ Gilding Workshop.

Colonial Williamsburg-trained instructor Ramon Townsend will focus on the specialized technique of gold tooling. Using gold leaf, gold foil and bookbinding finishing tools, participants will learn traditional methods of designing and decorating leather in gold. 9am-noon. Adm. Historic Sugartown, Malvern. 610-640-2667, www.historic sugartown.org

Aug 11. Old Fiddlers’ Picnic. Musicians and music

lovers will gather to celebrate traditional music on the stage or in the woods. Also featured will be demonstrations, mansion tours, food vendors and children’s activities. Rain date Aug. 12. 10am-4pm. Hibernia County Park, Coatesville.


Sep 8-9. Mushroom Festival. Featuring culinary

events, growing exhibits, contests, children’s entertainment, demonstrations by chefs, the National Fried Mushroom Championship and nearly 250 vendors, with attendance calculated at up to 100,000 guests in the Mushroom Capital of the World, where more than 65 percent of mushrooms consumed in the U.S. are grown. Kennett Square. www.mushroomfestival.org

chandise vendors, live music, entertainment, a beer garden and more. Downingtown. www.downing townfallfest.com

Colonial Williamsburg-trained instructor Ramon Townsend will focus on the specialized technique of gold tooling. Using gold leaf, gold foil and bookbinding finishing tools, participants will learn traditional methods of designing and decorating leather in gold. 9am-noon. Adm. Historic Sugartown, Malvern. 610-640-2667, www.historic sugartown.org


May 12. Randi’s Race: A 5K Run/Walk for Hope & Courage. Adm. Adams-Ricci Community Park, Enola.

Jun 2. Performance: Resurrection - A Journey Tribute. Faithfully re-creates the experience of a 1980s Journey concert with lighting, sound, video, staging and costumes. Band members include those who have performed, written, or recorded with performers including Journey and Steve Perry. Adm. H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg. 717-477-SHOW, http://luhrscenter.com

Jun 2. Foundry Day Arts & Crafts Festival. More

than 100 juried craftspeople and artists will showcase their wares along the west side of Children’s Lake, including handmade jewelry, photography, fine art, pottery, enameling, woodwork, metalwork, doll sculptures and fiber art. Artisans will demonstrate glass blowing, leatherwork, broom making and more. Boiling Springs.

Jun 21. Jubilee Day. The largest, longest-running oneday street fair on the East Coast attracts up to 70,000 attendees. At this year’s

event, more than 325 vendors will offer food, games, arts and crafts, business information, retail products, carnival rides and more. There will also be a children’s area and live entertainment on two stages. 10:30am-9pm. Free parking and shuttle service. Mechanicsburg.

music schedule and an expanded children’s area. More than 150 artists are expected. A new flower show will be offered, featuring flower and plant vendors. 10am-5pm. Free adm. Downtown Hershey. 717-520-0748, http://hershey artfest.org

Jun 28-Jul 8. Carlisle Summerfair. Family-friendly

May 31-Jun 2. National Association of Milk Bottle Collectors’ Annual Convention. Members and

events will be offered at no cost, such as open pool nights, concerts, musicals, children’s activities and an ice cream social. Carlisle. http://carlislesummerfair.org

Sep 8-9. Fairy Festival.

10am-4pm. Adm. Herb gardens, The Rosemary House, Mechanicsburg. 717-697-5111, www.therose maryhouse.com

Sep 15. Holly Festival Day. Arts and crafts, food,

and a flea market. Free adm. Mount Holly Springs. 717-385-7325

Sept 22. Harvest of the Arts. Experience art, music, theater, children’s fun and food when more than 120 artists are hosted in the historic downtown. Carlisle. http://harvestofthearts.us

Sep 28-29. Pennsylvania Tea Festival. Live music,

lectures, guided tea tastings, tea samplings offered by experts, more than 20 vendors and a resource table. Rain or shine. Herb gardens, The Rosemary House, Mechanicsburg. 717-697-5111, www.therose maryhouse.com

DAUPHINcounty May 4. Spirits 161 Speakeasy Soiree. This

1920s-themed event will feature live entertainment, dancing, a bubbly bar and specialty beverages, 1920s-inspired food, 1920s automobiles and more. AACA Museum, Hershey. 717-566-7100, www.aacamuseum.org

May 12. Hershey Artfest & Flower Show. Featuring expanded offerings such as more juried artists, a larger

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nonmembers may share their knowledge and interests, as well as buy, sell and trade bottles and other dairy items. There will be educational exhibits and seminars, an awards banquet, a hospitality mixer, an ice cream social and a large auction of dairy memorabilia. Adm. Holiday Inn-Hershey, Grantville. www.milkbottlecollectors.com

Jun 1-16. Performance: Free Shakespeare in the Park: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. A group of

Athenians, fairies and mechanicals heads to the woods to experience an unforgettable dream of love, magic and danger in one of Shakespeare’s most famous comedies. Bring a blanket or a chair. Wednesdays through Sundays. 7:30pm. Reservoir Park, Harrisburg. 717-238-4111, www.gamuttheatre.org

Jun 6. 2018 Story Slam Semifinals: Planes, Trains & Automobiles. The sec-

ond- and third-place winners from the three previous slams will share their stories about the joys of traveling. Adm. Hilton Harrisburg, Harrisburg. 717-214-2787, www.whitaker center.org

Jun 9-10. Music & Wine Festival. Listen to national

and local recording artists, try free samples from some of central Pennsylvania’s top wineries and enjoy craft and food vendors. Bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets. Outside alcohol will not be permitted. 4-9pm, with gates at 3pm. Adm. Fort Hunter Park, Harrisburg. 717-5995751, www.forthunter.org

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vendors, food, entertainment, attractions for children, giveaway drawings, music, a baking contest, a car show and more. 10am-5pm. Hoffer Park, Middletown. http://middletownarea historicalsociety.org

Jun 23. Community Free Day. Featuring activities and entertainment for the community, such as special presentations, children’s activities and a living history encampment. Held in conjunction with Civil War Days in Harrisburg. Program is contingent on weather. Free. The National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg. 717260-1861, www.nationalcivil warmuseum.org

Jul 11. 2018 Story Slam Semifinals: Freedom. Participants will share their stories about when they felt most free. Adm. Hilton Harrisburg, Harrisburg. 717-214-2787, www.whitaker center.org

Jul 14. Straws & Stripes Music Festival. The festi-

val, which pays tribute to the brave heroes who serve or have served in the armed forces, will feature 38 Special, Uncle Kracker and Puddle of Mudd. Funds raised will be used to fight post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey, Middletown. 717-944-1569, http://vineyard athershey.com

Jul 21. Brewfest. Sip from

the more than 30 craft brews

while tasting foods from area restaurants and listening to music. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Friends of Fort Hunter. 3-7pm. Adm. Fort Hunter Park, Harrisburg. 717-599-5751, www.forthunter.org

Aug 3. Cultural Fest. The open-air street festival will celebrate the county’s cultural diversity with national and local recording artists, ethnic foods, crafts, a Kids’ Corner, family activities and more. Bring lawn chairs. 5-10pm. Free adm. Center city Harrisburg. Aug 18. Merlot & Flash Gourd’n Release Party & Music Festival. Winemaker

L. Paul Vezzetti’s famous Merlot and brewmaster Ryan DeLutis’ Flash Gourd’n Pumpkin Beer will take center stage as part of the annual Release Day. The party will feature O.A.R. Just Like Paradise Tour with special guest Matt Nathanson, food trucks, beverage stations and more. Adm. The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey, Middletown. 717-944-1569, http://vineyardathershey.com

DELAWAREcounty May 4-6. Tyler’s Annual Plant Sale. This year’s

26 distinguished dealers from the Mid-Atlantic and beyond will be on sale. Proceeds benefit the Museum Volunteers’ Purchase Fund and art education and programming. Adm. Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700, www.brandywinemuseum.org

theme is Site Savvy Plants. There will be plants for sale, garden design consultations, plant experts and more. Tyler Arboretum, Media. 610-566-9134, www.tylerarboretum.org

Jun 1-3, 8-9. Performance: Monty Python’s SPAMalot.

May 19. Festival of Upper Darby Arts. The

Brad Schoener Fund Music Festival will join with the Arts Fest of Upper Darby School District, where Schoener was a teacher, to offer festival fusion of music, art, dance, theater, fashion and community. Featuring a coffeehouse venue for poetry and performances, local professional crafters and more. 10am-3pm. Upper Darby Performing Arts Center, Drexel Hill. https://udfoundation.org

Written by Eric Idle. The Barnstormers Theater, Ridley Park. 610-461-9969, www.barnstormerstheater.com

Jun 1-Jul 31. Wineberry Days. Fee per bucket. Available during normal hours of operation. Brandywine Battlefield Park, Chadds Ford. 610-459-3342, http://brandywinebattle field.org

Jun 2. Historic Newtown Square Day. Tours of

May 26-28. 46th Annual Antiques Show. Fine

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Sep 7-9. Jazz & Wine Festival. Featuring national,

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Jun 9. State Street Blues Stroll. Experience a full

round of blues as performed by more than 25 talented acts at 22 indoor venues and two outdoor stages. State Street, Media. www.statestreetblues.com

Jun 14. Tyler at Twilight. Featuring friends, food, wine and auction items. 6-10pm. Adm. Tyler Arboretum, Media. 610-566-9134, www.tylerarboretum.org, http://TylerAtTwilight.org

Jun 16. Fairy House Workshop. Celebrate the

beginning of summer and the magic of the natural environment by making a fanciful fairy house. All ages are welcome. 9:30am-noon. Adm. Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700, www.brandy winemuseum.org

Sep 8. Archaeology Festival. A full day of

hands-on activities, as well as activities designed for children. Visitors may work with professional archaeologists and assist with three excavations; sift, clean and process artifacts; and see local artifact displays. 10am-3pm. Newlin Grist Mill, Glen Mills. 610459-2359, www.newlingrist mill.org

Sep 11. Remembrance Ceremony. Featuring

re-enactors for a musket salute, George Washington portrayed by living biographer Carl Closs, local politicians, the ringing of the 9/11 bells and the dedication of the new cannon carriage. 6-7pm. Free to the public. Brandywine Battlefield Park, Chadds Ford. 610-459-3342, http://brandywinebattlefield.org

Oct 6. Fall Harvest Festival. Tradespeople and artisans will demonstrate papermaking, colonial brewing, iron making, brickmaking, blacksmithing, historic baking and milling. Family-


friendly activities will include hayrides, pumpkin painting and colonial games. 10am-4pm. Newlin Grist Mill, Glen Mills. 610-459-2359, www.newlingristmill.org

Nov 24. Patriot’s Day.

Living history demonstrations, musket drills, a blacksmith, house tours, information on 18th-century medicine and many activities for adults and children. 10am-4pm. Brandywine Battlefield Park, Chadds Ford. 610-459-3342, http://brandywinebattlefield.org

LANCASTERcounty Through Jan 5, 2019. Performance: Jesus Live on Stage. The action-

packed musical stage adventure will take audiences on a miraculous journey alongside Jesus and the people whose lives He changed forever. Adm. Sight and Sound Theatres, Ronks. 717-687-7800, www.sight-sound.com

May 1-Oct 5. Performance: The 2018 Show: Songs of the Silver Screen. Movie buffs

of all ages will delight in this new, original production that features live performances from the AMT cast and band as they present the biggest hits from movies past and present. American Music Theatre, Lancaster. 717-3977700, www.amtshows.com

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May 3-Jun 17. Performance: Grease.

Rydell High’s senior class of 1959 will sing and dance their way through Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin’, You’re the One That I Want and more. Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Lancaster. 717-898-1900, www.DutchApple.com

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humor and country comedy. American Music Theatre, Lancaster. 717-397-7700, www.amtshows.com

May 5. Fivepointville Auction. Fivepointville Fire Company, Denver. 717-4454933, fivepointvillefire.net

May 12. BrewFest. Fill a sampling glass with beers from a variety of breweries from across the country while enjoying live music, merchants and complimentary food. Two sessions: 11am-3pm and 4:30-8:30pm. Adm. Mount Hope Estate and Winery, Manheim. 717-665-7021, www.parenfaire.com May 19. Weaverland Valley Mud Sale. Terre

Hill Community Park, Terre Hill. 717-445-7066, www.weaverlandvalleyfire.com

May 20. May Fair. The traditional celebration of the arrival of spring will feature period dancing around a maypole, games, music, open hearth cooking demonstrations, guided tours of the mansion and more. No adm for outdoor activities. Adm for mansion tours, which will be offered on the hour from 10am-3pm. Rock Ford Plantation, Lancaster. 717-392-7223, www.rockford plantation.org May 24. Lecture: Rescuing the Revolution.

David Price will present the program based on his book Rescuing the Revolution, which focuses on 10 unsung heroes of the American Revolution, including Rock Ford’s own Gen. Edward Hand. Adm. Rock Ford Barn, Rock Ford Plantation, Lancaster. 717-392-7223, www.rockfordplantation.org

Jun 2. Illuminate Lancaster. Practitioners and

vendors will offer a range of holistic services, and there will be mini-sessions of modern and ancient modalities, along with opportunities to connect with holistic practitioners. Unique gifts and

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA local, natural personal and household products will also be available. 11am-6pm. Farm and Home Center, Lancaster. www.illuminate festivals.com

Jun 9. Kinzer Fire Company Mud Sale.

Jun 23. Refton Fire Company Mud Sale.

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Jun 28-29. Lancaster County Carriage & Antique Auction. Bird-in-

Hand Volunteer Fire Company, Bird-in-Hand. 717392-0122, https://www.face book.com/pages/Bird-in-

Kinzer Volunteer Fire Company, Kinzers. 717-4424121, www.kinzerfire.com

Jul 9-13. Barons & Builders. A summer day

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2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Jul 23-27. Barons & Builders. A summer day

camp featuring tours, demonstrations, rides on an Amtrak train and a historic Strasburg Rail Road train, opportunities to meet real railroaders, and hands-on activities designed to teach children about railroading. For children ages 11 and 12. Space is limited. The registration deadline is June 8. 10am-3pm, except on the day of the Amtrak field trip. Adm. Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg. 717-687-8628, www.rrmuseumpa.org

Aug 4. Rivertown Hops.

The craft brew extravanganza will offer an opportunity to taste a variety of brews and fare presented by brewers and food trucks lining Locust Street from Second to Fifth streets. Adm. Columbia. 717-684-5249, www.parivertowns.com

Aug 31-Sep 2. Long’s Park Art Festival. Adm. Long’s Park, Lancaster. www.longspark.org

Sep 15. Walk of Love Cross-Country 5K & Fun Walk. The event is a chip-

timed, fall-themed run and walk through Stone Gables Estates and around the new home of the Star Barn. The event features games and activities for children, competitions for adults, and food for all. Space is limited. Reservations requested. Stone Gables Estates, Elizabethtown. 717-3679614, www.walkoflove.org

Sep 30. Autumn Sip & Savor. The drop-in event

will feature unlimited tastings of wines, cheeses and chocolate desserts, with a complimentary wine glass for every guest. Proceeds will benefit a charity that helps children. 2-5pm. Stoltzfus Homestead & Gardens, Gordonville. 717445-5426, www.wehelp children.org

Oct 6. Bridge Bust. More than 300 vendors will offer their wares in the categories of antiques, art, crafts, food

and other items along the 1.25-mile bridge spanning Columbia and Wrightsville, which will be closed to vehicular traffic. Rain date is Oct. 13. 8am-4pm. Free parking and shuttle service from both sides. Adm. Veterans Memorial Bridge, Columbia and Wrightsville. 717-6845249, www.parivertowns.com

Dec 2. Marietta Candlelight Tour. One of

the oldest continuous holiday walking tours in Pennsylvania, the event will feature a splendid array of eight to 10 private homes, public buildings and a variety of special events. Free parking and shuttle service. Adm. Marietta. 717-426-4048, www.mariettarestoration.org


May 12. Truck Trek: The Central PA Food Truck & Arts Fest. Featuring a wide assortment of food, business and craft vendors, and a free Kids’ Zone with family-friendly crafts, activities, and minievents. West Cherry Street, Palmyra. www.facebook.com/ TruckTrekPA

May 12-13. Red Rose Classic Dog Show.

Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. www.lancasterkennelclub.org

May 19-20. 29th Annual Union Canal Tunnel Days. Featuring tunnel boat

rides. A great place to learn about the park. Union Canal Tunnel Park, Lebanon. http://lebanoncountyhistorical society.org

Jun 15-17. Pennsylvania Gourd Gathering.

Featuring a variety of workshops and vendors to meet all of attendees’ gourding needs, along with a makeand-take station, food and more. Adm. Lebanon Valley Expo. 717-586-8456, www.pagourdgathering.com

Jun 23. Traditional Cherry Fair & Early American Craft Show.

Featuring skilled artisans, entertainment, demonstrations, food games and Forebay Gift Shop. Historic Schaefferstown Inc., Schaefferstown. 717-949-2244

Jul 14. One Fine Day Cat Show. An official Cat

Fanciers Association cat show and feline agility competition. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon.

Jul 21-28. Lebanon Area Fair. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon.

Aug 17. Blast! Eighth Annual Beer & Wine Tasting Event. Food, beer

and wine tasting, and a basket giveaway drawing. Cornwall Iron Furnace, Cornwall. 717-272-9711, www.cornwallironfurnace.org


Jun 2. Eddie Sachs Memorial Slot Car Day.

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Jun 9. Blues, Brews & Barbecue Festival. More

than 20,000 visitors gather in the downtown to listen to blues musicians with international prominence, sample barbecue from all around the U.S. and drink craft and domestic brews. Featuring music on five stages and more than 100 food and craft vendors. Free. Hamilton Street, Allentown. www.downtownallentown.com

Jun 16-17. Hoods Up Weekend. Celebrate

Fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day by stopping by to see what is under the hood at the museum. America on Wheels Museum, Allentown. 610-432-4200, http://americaonwheels.org

Jun 24. Food Truck Festival. Hosted by the

Greater Lehigh Valley Mobile Food Alliance, the event will feature 20 of its members selling their signature dishes.

Featuring food, craft beer and bands. No adm. Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown. 610-435-SHOW, www.allentownfairpa.org

Jul 21. Classics & Cruises on Hamilton. Call the museum for a registration form. 4pm. America on Wheels Museum, Allentown. 610-432-4200, http://america onwheels.org

Aug 3-5. Das Awkscht Fescht. The summer tradi-

tion will offer fun-packed days in the outdoors filled with a car show, a flea market, antiques, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities, fireworks, food, arts and crafts, events, shows and entertainment. Adm. Macungie Memorial Park, Macungie. https://awkscht.com

Aug 24-26. August Rod Run: 40th Annual Wheels of Time Rod & Custom Jamboree. Attendees can show off their rides and enjoy a weekend of fun and relaxation. Macungie Memorial Park, Macungie.

Sep 28-30. Allentown ArtsFest. Three stages of

local music of all genres, tons of activities for children, a skatepark, giant graffiti murals, comedy and improv sets, breakdancing competitions, dozens of artists with work on display and for sale, craft beer and wine and local food. Free adm. Cedar Beach Park, Allentown. 484-515-5109, www.allentownartsfest.com

Oct 28. Trunk or Treat.

Attendees may decorate their own treat bag.Children age 12 and under may attend for free. Reservations are preferred. 1pm. America on Wheels Museum, Allentown. 610-432-4200, http://america onwheels.org


May 5-6. Wine Fest. Food trucks, a multitude of vendors, live music, shopping options and wine from Pennsylvania-area wine growers and distilleries. 1-6pm. Skippack Village, Skippack. 484-854-1159, www.skippack village.com

May 6. Slyfox Bock Fest & Goat Races. The day

marks the release of the Maibock beer, which is tapped immediately after the goat race and named in honor of the winner. Live German Oompah music will play from the stage, and there will be live coverage of the races on a Jumbotron. Sly Fox Brewing Company, Pottstown Airport Business Center, Pottstown. www.slyfoxbeer.com

May 13. Lecture: Gallery Talk: The Art of Josephine W. Pennypacker. The late 19th

century saw popularity in works of art among women, especially watercolors. On display will be the watercolors, charcoal drawings, oil paintings and pencil drawings of Josephine Pennypacker. Attendees will hear an in-depth talk. Included on all tours. Suggested per-person donacontinued on pg 46

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charge. 10am. America on Wheels Museum, Allentown. 610-432-4200, http://america onwheels.org

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA tion. Pennypacker Mills, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349, www.montcopa.org/penny packermills

May 16-Jun 10. Performance: Camelot.

The romantic tale of King Arthur, Guenevere, Lancelot and the Knights of the Round Table. Featuring songs from the composers of My Fair Lady. Act II Playhouse, Ambler. 215-654-0200, http://act2.org

May 19. Greater Philly Gluten Free Expo.

Features samples, seminars, door prizes, concessions, and more than 90 vendors. Adm. Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks, Oaks. 717248-6741, www.phillyexpo center.com, www.glutenfree expopa.com

Jun 2-3. Civil War Event.

Attendees can relive the challenging days of the Civil War through a daily battle scenario, artillery demonstrations, and tours of the Pennypacker mansion. Youths can enlist in the Be a Soldier Kid

Enlistment program and learn to march and drill. Food vendors will be available. Free, but donations accepted. Pennypacker Mills, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349, www.montcopa.org/penny packermills, www.ppmcivil war.org

Jul 15. Victorian Tea: Annie Oakley, Aim for a High Mark! Actress Kim

Hanley will bring the famed sharpshooter to life during a Victorian tea party on the Pennypacker mansion porch, complete with tea, scones, sandwiches, and dessert presented by servants in period dress. Suitable for guests of all ages. Registration deadline is July 6. Adm. Pennypacker Mills, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349, www.montcopa.org/penny packermills

Jul 28. Fun in the 1900s History Center. Hands-on

activities include sorting and sizing coal like a coal mine breaker boy, viewing an interactive exhibit on the period’s

transportation, purchasing food items from the General Store, and taking a guided tour. Free, but donations suggested. Pennypacker Mills, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349, www.montcopa.org/penny packermills

Aug 25. Fun in the 1900s History Center.

Hands-on activities include sorting and sizing coal like a coal mine breaker boy, viewing an interactive exhibit on the period’s transportation, purchasing food items from the General Store, and taking a guided tour. Free, but donations suggested. Pennypacker Mills, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349, www.montcopa.org/penny packermills

Oct 13-14. Winetoberfest. Featuring

food trucks, live music, shopping options, vendors and wine from Pennsylvania-area wine growers and distilleries. 1-6pm. Adm. Skippack Village, Skippack. 484-854-1159, www.skippack village.com

Nov 20-Jan 6. The Gilded Age of Christmas. Tours will high-

light antique Christmas ornaments of the early 20th century, along with some ornaments and glass icicles from the Pennypacker family. The Museum Shop will be stocked with unique Victorian-inspired ornaments, gift items, books, children’s toys, and holiday sweets. Adm by donation. Pennypacker Mills, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349, www.montcopa.org/penny packermills

Dec 1-2. Coffee & Tea Festival. Featuring more

than 50 exhibitors pouring tastings of their finest coffees and teas and introducing attendees to their new and award-winning products. Also, two days of seminars from industry professionals and pioneers, sweet and savory foods and more. The first 500 attendees each day will receive a free shopping bag. Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks, Oaks. www.phillyexpocenter.com, www.coffeeandteafestival.com

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NORTHAMPTONcounty May 11-19. Bethlehem Bach Festival. Includes

performances of Bach’s music at Incarnation of Our Lord Church and Packer Memorial Church, as well as Baroque chamber music and cafe-style food and beverages at Zimmerman’s Coffee House. Fridays and Saturdays. Various locations in Bethlehem. 610-866-4382, www.bach.org

Jun 1-3. Step Outdoors Lehigh Valley. Celebrating

all things outdoors, the family festival will feature presentations by more than 25 organizations, along with hands-on activities such as archery, biking, birding, fishing, hiking, nature photography, visual arts, wildlife presentations, tomahawk throwing and more. Free. SteelStacks, Bethlehem. 610-332-1300, www.steelstacks.org

Jul 21-22. Burnside Plantation Blueberry Festival. Crafts, blueberry

treats, old-fashioned entertainment, baby farm animals,

a Colonial period farmhouse, cooking demonstrations, an 1800s reproduction carousel, a pie baking contest and more. Burnside Plantation, Bethlehem. https://historic bethlehem.org

Aug 3-12. Musikfest. The historic downtown will come alive in a kaleidoscope of sensational sounds as the event welcomes more than 450 performers to Lehigh Valley for 10 days of nonstop music. Bethlehem. www.musikfest.org Sep 15-16. Riverside Festival of the Arts. An

outdoor event featuring fine artists, crafts, performances, musicians and educators. Showcased will be more events, more diverse vendors, live music, the contest in juried art and plein air art, artist workshops, displays, demonstrations and a children’s area. Easton. www.eastonriversidefest.org

Sep 28-30. Celtic Classic Highland Games & Festival. Featuring pipe band and fiddle competi-

tions, U.S. National Highland Athletic Championships, the Showing of the Tartan Parade and a haggis competition, as well as Celtic crafts, merchandise, collectibles and a Kids’ Craft Tent. Bethlehem. www.celticfest.org

PHILADELPHIAcounty Through Jun 10. Performance: Tell Me on a Sunday. It is the 1980s

and a young English girl, full of energy and optimism, arrives in New York ready to find success and love. Adm. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia. 215-574-3550, 800-982-2787, www.walnut streettheatre.org

May 15-Jul 15. Performance: Mamma Mia! The sensational musi-

cal production contains a number of ABBA hits. Opening night on May 23 at 7pm. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia. 215-574-3550, 800-982-2787, www.walnut streettheatre.org

May 6. Chestnut Hill Home & Garden Festival. More than 150

home and garden vendors, artists, and craftspeople will line Germantown Avenue. The event will also feature music, food, children’s amusement rides, face painting, and arts and crafts. Free. Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. www.chestnuthillpa.com

May 10. Fairmount Park Conservancy’s 11th Annual Centennial Celebration. The event will

honor leading park supporters, and Alberto Ibarguen, state Sen. Vincent J. Hughes, and William J. Marrazzo will receive awards. A reception and silent auction will begin at 6pm, following by dinner and the program at 7:30pm. 6pm. The Horticulture Center, Philadelphia. 215-685-0096, www.myphillypark.org

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May 17. An Evening in Franklin Square. Begins at

5:30pm with cocktails and silent auction, followed by dinner, dancing, and a live auction at 7:30pm. The event will also include the Parx Square Derby. Adm. Franklin Square, Philadelphia. www.historicphiladelphia.org

May 17-19. Philadelphia Children’s Festival. Music,

dance and theater performances for the whole family, as well as interactive activities and performances. Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia. www.annenbergcenter.org

May 19. All Star Craft Beer & Wine Festival. A

50,000-square-foot craft beer, wine and cocktail garden complete with draft trucks, live entertainment and more.

Featuring an official after-party and opportunities to sample spirits, bacon, jerky and products from vendors. Age 21 and up. 3-7pm. Adm. Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia. www.ballpark festival.com

Jun 1-10. Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. The centerpiece

of the festival will be the French performance troupe Trans Express, which will bring the world premiere of Crystal Palace, a 30-foot human chandelier with more than 50 live performers and dancers that will artistically recreate the history of dance. Gala on May 31. Various locations, including Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia. 215-6702300, www.kimmelcenter.org, www.pifa.org

Jun 2-3. Performance: Ivy & Bean: The Musical.

Ivy and Bean form an unlikely friendship when Bean decides to get revenge on her bossy older sister. Ivy and Bean discover their differenc-

es are what make their friendship so exciting. 10:30am, 1pm, and 3pm on June 2 and 11am on June 3. For children in kindergarten through sixth grade and their caregivers. Adm. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia. 215-574-3550, 800-982-2787, www.walnut streettheatre.org

Jun 7. Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Wall Ball.

6pm, with the Off the Wall Ball After-Party from 9:30pm-midnight. The Fillmore, Philadelphia. 215685-0759, www.muralarts.org

Jun 10. Odunde Festival.

The African-American street festival, which originates from the Yoruba people of Nigeria and will cover 12 city blocks, will be highlighted by a colorful procession to the Schuylkill River, where an offering of fruit and flowers will be made. Also featuring an authentic African marketplace featuring vendors from around the world. 23rd and South streets, Philadelphia. www.odundefestival.org

Jun 28-Jul 4. Wawa Welcome America. A mul-

tiday festival with free multicultural and multigenerational events celebrating America’s birthday with fireworks displays, free concerts, free museum days, community events, free outdoor movie screenings, block parties and more. Philadelphia. https://welcomeamerica.com

Sep 4-Oct 21. Performance: Holiday Inn. Broadway veteran Jim

leaves the bright lights of show business for the quiet of a country farm in this Irving Berlin classic, which features a number of hits, comedy and dance numbers. Opening night is Sept. 12. Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia. 215-574-3550, 800-982-2787, www.walnut streettheatre.org

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May 5-Jun 30. Exhibit: Elaine Soltis Exhibition.

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May 19. Appalachian Wine Fest. 11am-6pm.

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Walk In Art Center, Schuylkill Haven. 570-732-3728, www.walkinartcenter.org

New Ringgold Fire Company, New Ringgold. www.faeriefanfairefestival.com

new King and Queen of the May, Sprout Scouts, live music, dancing, bubbles, magicians, craft vendors and more. Activities will include Maypole dancing, parades, Fairie and Gnome Village tours, tea parties and more. Spoutwood Farm, Glen Rock. 717-235-6610, www.spoutwood.org

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May 1-31. Exhibit: TriValley Area School District Exhibition.

human figure. Artists must bring their own materials. 6-8pm. Adm. Walk In Art Center, Schuylkill Haven. 570-732-3728, www.walkinart center.org

Jun 7. Artist Meet & Greet. Features interactive

2018-2019 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA May 12. Performance: Fara, Celtic Music From Scotland. Fara brings

together four musicians at the forefront of today’s young Scottish folk scene: Jennifer Austin, Kristan Harvey, Jeana Leslie and Catriona Price. Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, York. 800-838-3006, www.sfmsfolk.org

May 13. Olde York Street Fair. More than

100 vendors of handmade arts and crafts, entertainment and a Kids’ Fun Block with bounce houses, games, face painting and coloring pages. Food vendors will sell traditional American festival food and other creations. 12:30-6pm. Free. Continental Square, York. www.yorkcity.org

May 18-19. Celebration of Quilts 2018. A biannual quilt show presented by York Quilters’ Guild featuring 18 judged categories and one nonjudged category. York College of Pennsylvania,

York. 717-792-5536, www.ycp.edu, www.celebrationofquilts.com

May 19. Miniature Railroad Club of York Open House. The club will

host an open house on the third Saturday of the month throughout the year in celebration of 75 years of continuous operation. Miniature Railroad Club of York, York. 717-430-6129, www.mrrcy. com, www.facebook.com/ mrrcy/

Jun 9. The Magical Music of Harry Potter. Performance: Experience the magic and wizardry of music from the Harry Potter film series. Children are encouraged to arrive in costume to join Harry and the students of Hogwarts against Lord Voldemort. Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, www.york symphony.org

Jun 16. Penn-Mar Irish Festival. Featuring talented

traditional and contemporary Irish musicians from

Pennsylvania and Maryland, special guests, Irish dancers, Irish food, children’s activities and vendors offering Irish goods such as gifts, clothing, jewelry, music, books, pottery, photography, stained glass and more. The Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-235-6611, www.markets atshrewsbury.com, www.penn maririshfestival.com

Jun 23. Snack Town Brewfest. Meshing

Hanover’s snack food heritage with local craft beer and wine, the event will include pairings of tasty treats with favorite beverages. Featuring more than 40 craft breweries and wineries, snack foods, food trucks and entertainment. Age 21 and up. VIP tasting from noon-1pm, with general admission from 1-5pm. Good Field, Hanover. www.hanoverchamber.com

Jun 29-30. Downtown Barbecue Festival. Music,

food, barbecue sauce contests, a beer garden, a cornhole tournament and a vari-

ety of activities for family members of all ages. Free. Main Street and College Avenue, Delta.

Jul 28-29. Susquehanna Folk Festival. Presented by

the Susquehanna Folk Music Society, the event will feature music, dancing, storytelling, crafts, jamming, children’s activities and food. Roundtop Mountain Resort, Lewisberry. 717-745-6577, www.roundtop mountainresort.com, http://susquehannafolk festival.org

Sep 7-16. York Fair.

America’s First Fair will feature food, exhibits, entertainment, rides and more. York Fairgrounds, York. www.york fair.org

Oct 6-7. The Women’s Show. Features shopping,

wine tastings, entertainment, exhibits, and education geared to the interests of today’s women. Adm. The Mid Atlantic Industrial Memorial Hall, York Expo Center, York. www.forever york.com/womens-show-2/

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