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Silverstone Inn & Suites, Lancaster PA
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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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Awarded 2017 American Small Business Champion in Pennsylvania
Olde Square Inn, rated by Trip Advisor as the #1 B&B in
you to stay at Olde Square Inn & share in the beauty & warmth of this amazing home.
www.oldesquareinn.com • 717-653-4525 Page 3
127 E. Main St., Mount Joy, PA 17552
Nancy, your Innkeeper, invites
Lancaster County, is tucked away in a charming small town but is just a few minutes drive to all of Lancaster County’s favorite sites. Whether you’re relaxing at the in-ground pool, enjoying a three-course breakfast on the beautiful side porch, or dining at one of the many restaurants within walking distance of the Inn, you’ll soon see why so many people continue to return to this award-winning Bed & Breakfast. #BookDirect.
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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!
2 East 28th Division Highway, Lititz
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Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA ADAMS COUNTY 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
Gettysburg Pond View Farm Bed & Breakfast 530 Carr Hill Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-642-9493
Baladerry Inn at Gettysburg 40 Hospital Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-1342 www.baladerryinn.com
Gettystown Inn B&B at the Dobbin House 89 Steinwehr Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-2100
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.
Battlefield Bed & Breakfast Inn 2264 Emmitsburg Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8804 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 Gaslight Inn 33 E. Middle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-9100 800-914-5698
The Doubleday Inn Bed & Breakfast 104 Doubleday Avenue (Oak Ridge) Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-9119 Farnsworth House Inn 401 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-8838
Raphael Inn 32 E. Lincoln Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-398-8580
Longswamp Bed & Breakfast 1605 State Street Mertztown, PA 19539 610-682-6197
Slocum House Inn 200 Blue Berry Road Gardners, PA 17324 717-528-7390
Main Street Inn 1605 State Street Mertztown, PA 19539 610-682-6197
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
Hickory Bridge Farm 96 Hickory Bridge Road Orrtanna, PA 17353 717-642-5261
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 Lightner Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast 2350 Baltimore Pike Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-337-9508
Mary-Penn Bed & Breakfast 716 Mason Dixon Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717-334-5055
Pamela's Forget Me Not B&B 33 Hawk Mountain Road Kempton, PA 19529 610-756-3398
Bally Spring Inn 90 Airport Road Barto, PA 19504 610-845-3500
The Twin Turretts Inn 11 E. Philadelphia Avenue Boyertown, PA 19512 610-367-4513 877-877-7897
Bed & Breakfast on the Park 1246 Hill Road Reading, PA 19602 610-374-4440
Yellow House Hotel 6743 Boyertown Pike Douglassville, PA 19518 610-689-9410
Brooke Mansion Victorian Inn 301 Washington Street Birdsboro, PA 19508 610-582-9775
1740 House 3690 River Road Lumberville, PA 18933 215-297-5661
Gruber Homestead Settler's Cabin 1576 Milestone Road Robesonia, PA 19551 610-488-1905
1836 Bridgeton House On The Delaware 1525 River Road Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972 610-982-5856
Hawk Mountain Bed & Breakfast 221 Stony Run Valley Road Kempton, PA 19529 610-756-4224
A Wishing Well Guesthouse 144 Old York Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-8819
Heller's Hillside Hideaway Cottage 48 Matthews Drive Robesonia, PA 19551 484-638-1575
The Martin House Bed and Breakfast 1085 Jacks Mt. Road Fairfield, PA 17320 717-642-5645
Overlook Mansion Bed & Breakfast 620 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-371-9173 610-223-1421
Ash Mill Farm B & B 5358 York Road Holicong, PA 18928 215-794-5373
The Inn at Centre Park 730 Centre Avenue Reading, PA 19601 610-374-8557
Bancroft Manor Bed & Breakfast 318 Marshall Street, P.O. Box 654 Kennett Square, PA 19348 610-470-4297
Landhaven Bed & Breakfast 1194 Huffs Church Road Barto, PA 19504 610-845-3257
Black Bass Hotel 3774 River Road Lumberville, PA 18933 215-297-9260
2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA The Fox & Hound Bed & Breakfast 246 W. Bridge Street New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-5082
Porches On The Towpath Bed & Breakfast 20 Fishers Alley New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-3277
Historic General Warren Inne Bed & Breakfast 9 Old Lancaster Road Malvern, PA 19355 610-296-3637
Frog Hollow Farm 401 Frogtown Road Kintnersville, PA 18930 610-847-FROG (3764)
Tattersall Inn B&B 37 River Road (Rt. 32) Point Pleasant, PA 18950 800-297-4988 215-297-8233
Hopewell Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast 1012 Hopewell Road Oxford, PA 19363 610-932-4769
The Inn at Whitewing Farm Bed & Breakfast 370 Valley Road West Chester, PA 19382 610-388-2013
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 Highland Farm B&B 70 East Road Doylestown, PA 18901 215-345-6767
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
Hollyhedge Estate 6987 Upper York Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-3136
The Duling Kurtz House & Country Inn 146 S. Whitford Road Exton, PA 19341 610-524-1830
Hotel Du Village 2535 North River Road (Rt. 32) New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-9911
Elver Valley Farm 432 Sawmill Road Cochranville, PA 19330 717-529-2803
The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm 5281 Old York Road, PO Box 10 Holicong, PA 18928 215-794-5104 The Inn at Bowman's Hill 518 Lurgan Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-8090 Logan Inn 10 West Ferry Street New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-2300
Pineapple Hill Bed & Breakfast 1324 River Road New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-1790
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
Faunbrook Bed & Breakfast 699 W. Rosedale Avenue West Chester, PA 19380 610-436-5788
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
Meadow Spring Farm 201 E. Street Road, Rt. 926 Kennett Square, PA 19348 215-444-3903
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
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.
Colonial Crossroads Bed and Breakfast 2600 S. Market Street Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 717-691-1244
Fallen Tree Farm 1634 Holly Pike Carlisle, PA 17015 717-713-5407 Field & Pine B&B 2155 Ritner Hghway 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 www.1825inn.com
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.
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New Hope's 1870 Wedgewood Inn B&B 111 W. Bridge Street (Rte 179) New Hope, PA 18938 215-862-2570
Longwood Bed & Breakfast Inn 268 Kennett Pike, Rt. 52 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-6080
Olde Stone Guesthouse 1599 Swan Road Atglen, PA 19310 610-593-5572
Fairville Inn 506 Kennett Pike, Rt. 52 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 610-388-5900 877-285-7772
French Creek Inn 2 Ridge Road Phoenixville, PA 19460 610-935-3838
Kennett House Bed & Breakfast 503 W. State Street Kennett Square, PA 19348 610-444-9592 800-820-9592
Dykeman House Bed & Breakfast 6 W. Dykeman Road Shippensburg, PA 17257 717-532-5634
2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Annville Inn Bed & Breakfast 4515 Hill Church Road Annville, PA 17003 717-867-1991 888-868-4515 email@example.com www.annvilleinn.com
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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 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
60 miles North of Harrisburg on Rt. 15
3 Floors of Great Antiques Open 7 days a week 10-5
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 www.westwyndfarminn.com
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.
148 South Hanover St
bed & breakfast Carlisle, Pennsylvania 717-249-0350
Mottern's Bed & Breakfast 28 E. Main Street Hummelstown, PA 17036 717-566-3840 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 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 The Limestone Inn B&B 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!
A New Beginning Bed & Breakfast 1400 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-5935 After Eight Bed & Breakfast 2942 Lincoln Highway East 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.
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Alden House Bed & Breakfast 62 E. Main Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-627-3363 800-584-0753
Amish View Inn - Millers Corporation & Smorgesbord 3125 Old Philadelphia Pike (Rt. 340) Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505 800-792-5731
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 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
TLC – Quilting • Longarm Quilting Service & Rental • Quilting Classes - Visit our website for schedule & details. • Brother & Janome Sewing & Embroidery Machines - Sale/Service q • Accuquilt
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.
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Amish Stay Vacation Home 2927 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505 717-768-0999
2900 E. Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA 17057 • firstname.lastname@example.org
An Elegant Bed & Breakfast – Just for You
Just minutes from Hershey
Luxurious amenities, gourmet breakfasts & beautiful gardens
Artist's Inn and Gallery 117 E. Main Street Terre Hill, PA 17581 717-445-0219 continued on pg 12
888-868-4515 • 717-867-1991 • www.annvilleinn.com
Airy View B&B 4596 Airy View Drive Columbia, PA 17512 717-314-5960
A beautiful, 18-Hole, Championship par 70 Course overlooking the Susquehanna River’s Valley • Driving Range • Meticulous Greens • Expanded Clubhouse & Grill • Park & Pavilion Rentals • Recreation Fields
A Course with Character
Our Clubhouse Includes:
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• Restaurant Grill & Deck • Banquet Hall • Pro Shop & More
2601 Sunset Drive (off Geyers Church Rd.) Middletown, PA 17057 Minutes from Harrisburg International Airport & Hershey
Great Location For: Thursday Nights • Company Outings Live Music on the Deck • Corporate Mixers • Private Parties June 6th - September 26th • Weddings • Reunions
2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA 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 Avenue Guesthouse and Gallery 304 E. Newport Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-3088 www.theavenueguest house.com
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 Beaver Creek Farm Cabins #2 Little Beaver Road Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7745 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 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.
The Cameron Estate Inn 1855 Mansion Lane Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-492-0111
Blue Rock Bed & Breakfast 72 Blue Rock Road Millersville, PA 17551 www.bluerockbnb.com
Candlelight Inn B&B 2574 Lincol Highway East Ronks, PA 17572 800-77-candle
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.
Brownstone Colonial Inn Bed & Breakfast 590 Galen Hall Road Reinholds, PA 17569 717-278-2560 877-464-9862 info@brownstonecolonial inn.com www.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.
Carriage Corner Bed & Breakfast 3705 E. Newport Road Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-3059 800-209-3059 Carriage House 176 S New Holland Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-682-2167 email@example.com Carriage House Motor Inn 144 E. Main Street Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-7651 Carter's Run Inn B&B 511 E Main Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-8807
The Avenue Guesthouse and Gallery is a 3-bedroom, 18th century guesthouse with a gallery of rotating art from local high school students in the historical and trendy small town of Lititz, PA.
B.F. Hiestand House 722 E. Market Street Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-8415
2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Cherry Blossom B & B 2576 Old Philadelphia Pike Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 717-397-2111
German farm surrounded by Amish and Mennonite communities. Private baths, central air and wifi.
Cherry Crest Meadows 180 Cherry Hill Road Ronks, PA 17572
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
Country Living Inn 2406 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17604 717-295-7295 1-877-295-7295
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
Country Log House Farm 1175 Flory Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-917-6782 Country Patches Vacation Home 3157 Lincoln Highway East Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-5698 Country View PA 5463 Old Philadelphia Pike Kinzers, PA 17535 717-768-0936
Located in the heart of the Amish Country with breathtaking views of the Amish farmland. Enjoy our front porch or our outdoor common areas surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Country Vistas Bed & Breakfast 448 West Sun Hill Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-664-2931
Equestrian Estates Horse Farm Bed & Breakfast 221 Shultz Road Lancaster, PA 17603 717-464-2164
Creekside Inn Bed & Breakfast 44 Leacock Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-0333 866-604-2574
Forest Hill Inn 1345 Forest Hill Road Stevens, PA 17578 717-989-5256
Das Intercourse Village Guest Haus 8 Queen Road Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-0999
Frogtown Acres Bed & Breakfast 44 Frogtown Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-768-7684 888-649-2333
The E.J. Bowman House Bed & Breakfast 2672 Lititz Pike Lancaster, PA 17601 717-519-0808
Fulton Steamboat Inn 1 Hartman Bridge Road Lancaster, PA 17605 717-735-0804
Eby's Pequea Farm Bed & Breakfast 345 Belmont Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-3615
The Fulton Steamboat has 97 Victorian & nautical themed guest rooms and is located in the middle of attractions, shopping & farmland at the corner of Rte. 30 & Rte 896. Enjoy the restaurants, pool & kids playground.
Eden Resort & Suites 222 Eden Road, Lancaster PA 17601 717-569-6444
In the Heart of PA Dutch Country
French Country Manor B & B 64 Snyder Hollow Road New Providence, PA 17560 717-284-1999
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2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Furnace Hills Bed & Breakfast 575 Mountain Top Drive Denver, PA 17517 717-733-3897 877-477-3557
Harvest Moon Bed & Breakfast 311 East Main Street New Holland, PA 17557 717-723-5251
Hollinger House Bed & Breakfast 2336 Hollinger Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-490-6902
General Sutter Inn 14 E. Main Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-2115
Hermansader's Victorian B&B 420 Chestnut Street Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-7899
Homestead Lodging 184 E. Brook Road Smoketown, PA 17576 717-393-6927
Green Acres Farm Bed & Breakfast 1382 Pinkerton Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4028 www.thegreenacresfarm.com
Hertzog Homestead B & B 470 W. Metzler Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-859-4996
Hurst House Bed & Breakfast 154 E. Farmersville Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-355-5151 800-603-9227 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hursthousebandb.com
Fun & Relaxation for the Whole Family! Choose from 6 bdrms, w/ private baths and AC. Enjoy a full farmer's breakfast followed by a hayride, weather permitting. Lots of area for kids to play, pet the animals, etc.
Greystone Manor Bed & Breakfast 2658 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17505 717-393-4233
Hillside Farm Bed & Breakfast and Country Cottages 607 Eby Chiques Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-6697
An Eloquent Victorian Mansion in Lancaster County, the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country overlooking hundreds of beautiful Amish & old order Mennonite Farms. 5 distinctively decorated rooms.
Historic Schoeneck Hotel B & B 4 S King Street Stevens, PA 17578 717-598-9937
The Inn at Bully's Restaurant & Pub 647 Union Street Columbia, PA 17512 717-684-2854
Historic Smithton Inn 900 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-6094
Inn at Kitchen Kettle Village 3529 Old Philadelphia Pike Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-8261
Inn at Twin Linden 2092 Main Street, (Rt. 23) Narvon, PA 17555 717-445-7619 www.innattwinlinden.com
A restored 1840's estate, nestled in the heart of Amish and Mennonite farmland, awaits you. Every basic element is luxurious, with exceptional accommodations and the finest cuisine.
The Inn & Spa at Intercourse Village 3542 Old Philadelphia Pike Intercourse, PA 17534 717-768-2626 800-664-0949
Voted Top 10 Best Romantic Inns! 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.
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Hammer Creek Hideaway B & B 557-B Hackman Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-629-1097
Hill Country Vista B & B 2650 Hammertown Road Narvon, PA 17555 610-286-3373
Inn at Leola Village., The 38 Deborah Drive, Rt. 23 Leola, PA 17540 717-656-7002
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ANTIQUES CLOTHING Come take a drive in the countryside ... you will not be disappointed and you will agree with our locals as they say this is their Favorite Thrift Shoppe! CG&TS is Unique because of our Amish & Mennonite Groups who Handstitch Quilts! Call to see if the Quilters will be scheduled during your visit.
Our shoppe has two floors and over 9,000 sq. ft. retail space. Our shoppe is handicap accessible that includes having an elevator.
We sell gently used quality, name brand clothing, including Amish Clothing, bonnets and hats, housewares, antiques, books, linens, fabrics, sewing & craft items and so much more! Each week we have a color sale that is 50% off during the week and Saturdays we have a $1 sale.
(6 miles east of Kitchen Kettle Village)
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Inn-Between Bed & Breakfast 177 Riverview Road Peach Bottom, PA 17563 717-548-2141
Living Springs Farm B&B 1737 Alleghenyville Road Mohnton, PA 17540 484-529-0042
Iron Stone Acres B&B 344 S. Poole Forge Road Narvon, PA 17555 717-354-8547
Locust Estate 1737 Alleghenyville Road Mohnton, PA 17540 484-529-0042
Jacob Keller House 990 Rettew Mill Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-4954 R034103
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King's Cottage Bed & Breakfast 1049 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717-397-1017
Bed & Breakfast 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. R034019
2917 North Front St. Harrisburg PA 17110
Landis Farm 2048 Gochlan Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-898-7028
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.
Central Pennsylvania Beckons The Hershey Attractions, Antiquing, Biking, Canoeing, Amish Country, Civil War Sites, shopping or business no matter what brings you to our region, the Inn is ideally situated to be the perfect base for your activities … or a delightful respite from a too hectic schedule.
The Lancaster Bed & Breakfast 1105 E. King Street Lancaster, PA 17602 717-293-1723 800-779-7765
The Landyshade Farmhouse 1801 Colebrook Road Lancaster, PA 17601 717-945-9745
Bed & Breakfast midst rolling hills, horses and pastures overlooking Hershey, PA
The Lavender Patch Bed & Breakfast 190 Longenecker Avenue Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-4533 R034063
Bedroom Fireplaces Antiques & Comforting Amenities Fully Equipped for Business Travelers
Kimmell House Bed & Breakfast 851 S. State Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-738-3555 800-861-3385
Phone: 717-533-6764 Toll-Free: 877-WESTWYND www.westwyndfarminn.com 1620 Sand Beach Road • Hershey/Hummelstown, PA 17036
Leaman Country Lodging Bed & Breakfast 155 Glenbrook Road Bird-in-Hand, PA 17505 717-656-7483 www.leamanfamily.home stead.com Lititz House Bed & Breakfast 301 N. Broad Street Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-5299 800-464-6764 email@example.com
A Columbia Air B&B Guest House 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, available for travelers, wedding parties, family visitors, corporate events and more. Breakfast included at the best local diner in Columbia!
The Log Cabin at Break Away Farm 1 Woodside Drive Kirkwood, PA 17536 717-529-2259 Lovelace Manor Bed & Breakfast 2236 Marietta Avenue Lancaster, PA 17603 717-399-3275 Manheim Manor Bed & Breakfast 140 South Charlotte Street Manheim, PA 17545 717-664-4168 Manor View Inn 360 Weaver Road Lancaster, PA 17603 717-872-1471 Maple Spring Bed & Breakfast 502 Indian Run Road Ephrata, PA 17522 717-335-3846 Meadow View K Farm Guest House 612 Eby Chiques Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-9793 Miriam's Guest House 5 Farmdale Road Christiana, PA 17509 717-529-2617 Mt. Culmen Guest House 1862 Turkey Hill Road East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-9788 Musser's Bed & Breakfast 56 Main Street New Providence, PA 17560 717-786-8974 continued on pg 18
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Route 340 Old Philadelphia Pike, known as the Kings Highway in Eastern Lancaster County, the hub of the Amish.
www.IntercourseVillage.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 23 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.
717-768-8712 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Route 340 Main Street, P.O. Box 598, Intercourse, PA 17534
800-664-0949 Or 717-768-2626 • www.inn-spa.com
3572 W. Newport Rd., Ronks, PA 17572
Located at the former Lapps Coach Shop in Intercourse
2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Neffdale Farm of Paradise 604 Strasburg Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-7837 Old Road Guest Home 2501 Old Philadelphia Pike Smoketown, PA 17576 717-393-8182 Old Summer House B & B 1294 Weaverland Road East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-8422 Olde Fogie Farm 106 Stackstown Road Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-3992 877-653-3644
Our award-winning Inn is perfect for your vacation or staycation. Enjoy our three-course breakfast and cozy, elegant atmosphere. You'll "Enter as guests, leave as friends!"
Richmond House Bed & Breakfast 371 E. Main Street New Holland, PA 17557 717-355-0450 866-279-7599
Osceola Mill House B & B 313 Osceola Mill Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717-768-3758 800-878-7719
Riverside Train Station Inn 390 Blue Lane Columbia, PA 17512 717-471-8634
Pheasant Run Farm Bed & Breakfast 200 Marticville Road Lancaster, PA 17603 717-872-0991
Olde Homestead Suites 3515 B West Newport Road Ronks, PA 17572 717-768-3300
Pleasant Grove Bed & Breakfast 368 Pilottown Road Peach Bottom, PA 17563 717-548-3100
Olde Oregon Farmhouse 1383 E. Oregon Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-661-3191
Railroad House Inn 280 W. Front Street Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-4141
Olde Square Inn 127 E. Main Street Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4525 www.oldesquareinn.com
Rayba Acres Farm 183 Blackhorse Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-6729
Rocky Acre Farm Bed & Breakfast 1020 Pinkerton Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-653-4449 Rocky Springs Bed & Breakfast 1441 Millport Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-509-6800 innkeeper@rockysprings bnb.com www.rockyspringsbnb.com
Beautiful guest rooms w/ private baths, and a private cottage await you at Rocky Springs. Enjoy our peaceful 17 acre historic park property, once the locally famous Rocky Springs Amusement Park. Just minutes from Sight and Sound Millennium Theatre, downtown Lancaster, Outlets and many local attractions.
Sassafras Farms 633 Fieldcrest Drive Willow Street, PA 17584 717-464-1915 Scenic Ridge Guest Home 528 Georgetown Road Ronks, PA 17572 717-687-8351 Sheep Hill Bed and Breakfast 1322 Sheep Hill Road East Earl, PA 17519 717-354-3146 800-557-7750 Silverstone Inn & Suites 62 Bowman Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-290-6987 877-290-6987
Restored Historic 1750's Bed & Breakfast with 8 Romantic, Luxury Rooms.
Smoketown Inn 190 East Brook Road Smoketown, PA 17576 717-397-6944
Enjoy quiet surroundings on an original Amish homestead. Within 5 miles of Strasburg,
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Let Your Light So Shine A Wide Variety of Tasteful Gifts Huge Selection of Jar Candles
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7241 Paxton St. (Rt. 322) • Harrisburg, PA 17111 • 717-564-2220 • www.keystonecandle.com Look for the big white warehouse on 322 East across from Sam’s Club Hours: Monday-Saturday 9-5
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STAY IN A MASTERFULLY RESTORED HISTORIC 1750â€™S HOME
Eight Quiet, Romantic & Luxury Rooms with Private Baths
Old World Charm with Modern Amenities.
62 Bowman Road, Lancaster, PA 17602 m 1-877-290-6987 www.silverstoneinn.com
2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Bird-in-Hand, Intercourse, outlet shopping centers, restaurants & other major attractions. Free continental breakfast. Free WiFi.
Speedwell Forge Bed & Breakfast 465 Speedwell Forge Road Lititz,, PA 17543 717-626-1760 email@example.com
Speedwell Forge B&B is a destination like no other. Located within 100 acres of private land, this is a place where history and nature come alive. Guests are welcome and encourage to visit Wolf Sanctuary of PA which shares the property.
Spruce Lane Lodge & Cottages 2439 Old Philadelphia Pike Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-1991 Stoltzfus Bed & Breakfast 6051 Old Philadelphia Pike White Horse, PA 17527 717-442-0453
Stone Haus Farm Bed & Breakfast 360 S. Espenshade Road Manheim, PA 17545 717-653-8444
Swiss Woods Bed & Breakfast 500 Blantz Road Lititz, PA 17543 717-627-3358 800-594-8018
Stony Hill Barn Bed & Breakfast 216 Stony Hill Road Quarryville, PA 17566 717-786-4337
Tea Kettle Inn 457 S. Main Street Manheim, PA 17545 717-665-0171
Strasburg Village Inn 1 W. Main Street Center Square Strasburg, PA 17579 717-687-0900
This restored 1780's Victorian style Inn located on the Center Square of Strasburg is a highly rated Bed & Breakfast offering a variety of lodging options.
Stumptown Manor B & B 2363 Stumptown Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-393-8224
Tree Top B & B 326 Ridge Avenue Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-9578 www.treetopbandb.com
Luxurious comfort on a tranquil mountain top! Experience a truly energy efficient home built "Green" in 2006. Spacious suites w/ private baths, whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, pool, wi-fi & full breakfast. Beautiful wedding site.
Twin Pine Manor Bed & Breakfast 1934 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-8400 888-266-0099
Suite Escape B&B 417 Fairview Street East Earl, PA 17519 717-445-5649
Verdant View Farm Bed & Breakfast 429 Strasburg Road Paradise, PA 17562 717-687-7353
Susquehanna Manor B&B 3272 Maytown Road Marietta, PA 17547 717-426-4986
The Victorian Rose Bed & Breakfast 214 Marietta Avenue Mount Joy, PA 17552 717-492-0050 888-313-7494 Vintage Guest Room 1 Jack Russell Run Paradise, PA 17562 717-442-8186 Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast 1027 Village Road Lancaster, PA 17602 717-464-1382 Walnut Valley Guest House 380 Hammertown Road narvon, PA 17555 717-824-0337 West Ridge Bed & Breakfast 1285 West Ridge Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-367-7783 WRidgeRoad@aol.com www.wridgebedandbreak fast.com
Your home away from home while visiting Central PA - we invite you to relax with us. Scenic 18- acre country estate, 9 charming theme rooms and pond.
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1500 LAUDERMILCH RD (RT 743) PALMYRA PA 17078
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Private Baths, Jacuzzi, AC, Seasonal Pool and Full Breakfast
Only 6 milesy from Hershe
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NESTLED ON ORIGINAL AMISH HOMESTEAD
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
Your Home Away From Home 2942 Lincoln Highway E., Gordonville, PA 17529
Welcome 888-314-3664 • www.aftereightbb.com
Locally Owned & Operated Mike & Linda Martin - Innkeepers
Smoketown Inn (Of Lancaster County)
190 East Brook Rd., Smoketown, PA 17576
(In The Heart Of Lancaster County)
Historic Revere Tavern SINCE 1740
ry a taste of history with an incredible updated American Cuisine in an atmosphere that captures all the charm of early Colonial America. We have 4 dining rooms and 7 fireplaces, that create the perfect atmosphere for dining.
Prime Rib Every Friday and Saturday
Steaks | Seafood | Chicken | Pasta | Specials Daily Or, try our Lite Fare Menu in the Tavern which includes Wings, Burgers, Crab Cake Sandwiches, Salads and a wide selection of pub fare choices. Enjoy our handcrafted cocktails and a variety of beer and wines.
3063 Lincoln Highway E
Paradise, PA 17562 For Reservations: (717) 687-8601
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(Located 9 miles East of Lancaster on US 30)
Tavern: Monday-Thursday 4:30 p.m.; Friday-Sunday 4 p.m. 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.
2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA LEBANON COUNTY Berry Patch Bed & Breakfast Inn 115 Moore Road Lebanon, PA 17046 717-865-7219 Carriage Stop B&B 1500 Laudermilch Road Palmyra, PA 17078 717-469-4457 www.carriagestopbedand breakfast.com
Morris House Hotel 225 South 8th Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-922-2446
South Bridge Bed & Breakfast 2628 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 215-219-2682
The Globe Inn 326 Fourth Street East Greenville, PA 18041 215-679-5948 firstname.lastname@example.org
Only 6 miles from Hershey, visit our 2 acre 4 bedroom Victorian appointed house. Private baths, jacuzzi, AC, seasonal pool and full breakfast await you.
John Kindig House B&B 244 W. Orvilla Road Hatfield, PA 19440 215-361-3200 email@example.com
Cornwall Inn 50 Burd Coleman Road Cornwall, PA 17016 717-306-6178
Joseph Ambler Inn 1005 Horsham Road North Wales, PA 19454 215-362-7500 firstname.lastname@example.org
Inn 422 1800 W. Cumberland Street, Rt. 422 Lebanon, PA 17042 717-274-3651 Inn of Simple Elegence 1999 Stiegel Pike Myerstown, PA 17067 717-821-3673 The Londonderry Inn 2764 Horseshoe Pike Palmyra, PA 17078 717-838-7500 www.thelondonderryinn.com
The Londonderry Inn near Hershey, PA is a Bed and Breakfast with 5 spacious and stately bedrooms and spaces for small intimate events.
Moon Shadow Bed & Breakfast 23 Sherks Church Road Palmyra, PA 17078 717-641-3123 Mt. Gretna Inn 16 W. Kauffman Avenue Mount Gretna, PA 17064 717-964-3234 800-277-6602 Patriot House Inn & B&B 301 East Main Street Annville, PA 17003 717-867-0745
Glasbern Inn 2141 Packhouse Road Fogelsville, PA 18051 610-285-4723
Walton Manor Inn 231 E. Main Street Palmyra, PA 17078 717-641-3377
LEHIGH COUNTY Dockside Bed & Breakfast 6089 Herring Court New Tripoli, PA 18066 610-698-2448
The Thomas Bond House B & B 129 South 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-923-8523
SCHUYLKILL COUNTY Blue Mountain Summit B & B 2520 West Penn Pike Andreas, PA 18211 Kaier Mansion B&B 729 East Center Street Mahanoy City, PA 17948 570-773-3040
Woodside Lodge & Spring Mountain 150 E. Park Avenue Schwenksville, PA 19473 484-552-8457
Maid's Quarters Bed & Breakfast 402 S. Centre Street Pottsville, PA 17901 484-223-9497
Bethlehem Inn 476 N. New Street Bethlehem, PA 18018 610-867-4985 Chelsea Sun Inn 489 Stone Church Drive Mount Bethel, PA 18343 610-588-8600
Artist Garden B&B 440 W Philadelphia Street York, PA 17401 717-854-7688
Filbert Bed & Breakfast 3740 Filbert Drive Danielsville, PA 18038 610-428-3300
Bear House Bed & Breakfast 1475 Copenhoffer Road Dover, PA 17315 717-266-5253
The Lafayette Inn 525 West Monroe Street Easton, PA 18042 610-253-4500
PHILADELPHIA COUNTY Cornerstone B & B 3300 Baring Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 215-387-6065 The Gables, A Victorian B&B 4520 Chester Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143 215-662-1918 La Reserve 1804/1806 Pine Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 735-1137
American Vintage Bed & Breakfast 5740 Thompson Road Stewartstown, PA 17878 717-993-9971 866-204-9995
Canna Country Inn 393 Valley Road Etters, PA 17319 717-938-6077 The Emig Mansion 3342 N. George Street York, PA 17406 410-808-4462 Friendship House B&B 728 E Philadelphia Street York, PA 17403 717-843-8299 The Garden House Bed & Breakfast 350 Maple Street Manchester, PA 17345 717-266-6205 866-262-6205
Glen Rock Mill Inn 50 Water Street Glen Rock, PA 17327 717-235-5918 www.glenrockmillinn.com
Experience the history, tradition and natural wonders of Southern York County at the Glen Rock Mill Inn in one of our renovated rooms or suites!
Grace Manor Bed & Breakfast 258 W. Market Street York, PA 17401 717-542-0787 Jackson House Bed & Breakfast 6 E. Main Street Railroad, PA 17355 717-227-2022 Lady Linden B & B 505 Linden Avenue York, PA 17404 717-850-6166 Past Purr-fect Bed & Breakfast 216 N. Main Street Jacobus, PA 16734 717-428-1634 Pheasant Hill B&B 6779 High Fields Lane Glen Rock, PA 17327 717-227-2534 Red Lion Bed & Breakfast 101 S. Franklin Street Red Lion, PA 17356 717-244-4739 Shining Dawn B & B Retreat 224 Broadway Hanover, PA 17331 717-630-2277 Stone Mill Inn 305 S. Broad Street Hallam, PA 17406 717-840-9238 Washington Farm B&B 7680 Carlisle Road Wellsville, PA 17365 717-432-9053 York Guest House 2200 South Queen Street York, PA 17402 717-891-8370
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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 most enjoyable traditions.
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Days of operation vary according to time of year • Phone: (717) 393-9674 2710 Old Philadelphia Pike • Bird-In-Hand, PA 17505-0412
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25 East Main St., Lititz 717-626-6688
A Unique Woman’s Boutique! Plus Sizes, too!
Mon.-Wed. & Sat. 10-5 Thurs. & Fri. 10-7; Sun. 12-4
Bed & Breakfast Experience the warmth and hospitality of our 6th generation farm
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537 Hackman Road | Lititz, PA 17543 | 717.490.4860
Featuring: Creative Chocolates, Novelty & Retro Candies R034724
69 East Main St., Lititz, PA 17543 www.lititzcandyology.com • 717-626-9949
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm; Sundays 1pm-4pm (Spring thru Fall)
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Rt. 741 West of Strasburg
2 Spacious Courses 13 Serene Acres Snack Shoppe
“West Ridge is simply beautiful. The atmosphere is exhilarating. God bless the hosts for their warm welcome & just pampering us extravagantly.”
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West Ridge Bed and Breakfast 1285 West Ridge Road, Elizabethtown, PA 17022
1044 Martindale Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 In The Town of Martindale
717-738-LACE (5223) Welcome to The Lace Place of Lancaster County! Lace...and so much more. Hundreds of different laces - simple and sublime to bold and elegant.
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Hours: Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9-4; Mon., Fri., Sat. by Appointment; Closed Sun.
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At Silverstone Inn & Suites
By Dayna M. Reidenouer “People come here for three reasons: theaters, shopping, and the Amish,” said Lorin Wortel, who co-owns and operates Silverstone Inn & Suites with her husband, Antoni. The 10,000-square-foot, three-story house and 15-acre farm at 62 Bowman Road, Lancaster, is located directly across the street from The Shops @ Rockvale and just minutes away from Tanger Outlets. The owners note that it is also close to American Music Theatre and Sight & Sound Theatre. As the inn is nestled in the heart of Amish country, members of the Amish sect are often seen in the surrounding areas. “We’re a little oasis here,” Lorin remarked. The Wortels own hornless Jacob sheep, and 11 lambs joined the 15 adult ovines at Silverstone this spring. The sheep are friendly, and guests may feed them bread for a treat. Most of the farm is rented to an Amishman, and in the summer, the house and its outbuildings are typically surrounded by field corn, which is used to feed cattle. During the planting and harvesting seasons, guests can watch the processes as they are conducted using horse-drawn equipment. Additionally, Silverstone is a popular venue for Amish folks who are visiting the area or who just want some time alone while being close to home.
The Wortels are the most recent owners of Silverstone in a line that stretches back centuries. Originally part of the William Penn land grant from King Charles II in 1681, the Silverstone property shrank over time from 1,000 acres to its current size. In 1750, a springhouse was built over Willow Run. Ten years later, the room that the Wortels use as their guests’ dining room was constructed. The main portion of the stone house was erected in 1780. Eventually, the house and property were purchased by Arthur and Verna Morgan, who were among the founders of the New Holland Machine Company. The farm was used to test equipment, while large parties were hosted on the first floor of the house. The Morgans lived in the home for 55 years, but after Arthur's death, Verna moved to a nursing home, and the house stood vacant for more than a decade. After purchasing the house in 2003, the Wortels switched it to a geothermal HVAC system and installed a photovoltaic array, which provides the electric power for the house. Each bedroom has its own climate control, and most have gas fireplaces. Antoni, an engineer from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, did most of the work on the house himself. Among his projects: turning Verna's former sewing room into a "brown café" reminiscent of those in his home country. The bar
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is a giant slab of black walnut, which has been varnished and polished to an incredible smoothness and shine. The ceiling, although it appears to be tin, is actually a textured wallpaper that Lorin painted flat black and then touched with silver highlights. While the Wortels do not provide alcohol, guests are welcome to bring their own to share in the café or enjoy in their own rooms. Lorin said that some guests have returned regularly, and they enjoy catching up while relaxing in the café or the living room over a glass of wine. To dampen the passage of sound in the house, Antoni built floating walls and ceilings. In the café room, steps were cut into the ceiling so that it would not cover the top of the built-in corner cabinet. Additional corner cabinets with the same arched design are found throughout the first floor. Accenting the walls and several glass-topped tables in the brown café are examples of Lorin's handcrafting skills. A cross-stitched image of the house won a blue ribbon at the West Lampeter Fair, and a hardanger table runner earned Best of Show there as well. In the living room, a nearly life-size portrait of a bride ascending a staircase is prominently displayed near an electric piano. From a distance, it looks almost photographic; in reality, though, Lorin used 90 colors to complete the cross-stitched masterpiece. Other framed examples of Lorin’s intricate embroidery hang in several guest rooms. For their efforts in restoring the home, the Wortels received the C. Emlen Urban Award for Preservation from the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County in 2007. "The Trust was really great to work with," Lorin said, noting that the organization helped her retain the home's historic charm while making it welcoming for modern guests. That charm is evident throughout the house. Photographs and paintings of Lorin’s parents and grandparents line the stairs to the second floor. Family heirlooms complement modern décor, and one of the eight bedrooms is furnished with an antique bedframe and dresser that Lorin found in her mother’s collection. The innerspring mattresses in every room have received rave reviews from guests. There is also a wheelchair-accessible suite on the first floor that seamlessly blends contemporary assistive design with antique accessories. A replica of a suit of armor stands near the stairwell. Its patina suggests advanced age but is belied by the “Mexico” stamped on the gauntlet. Antoni bought the armor at an auction for a song. Lorin related that when her husband saw the armor, he insisted on bidding on it, saying, “We have to have some quirky things!” A pump organ sits across from the piano on one side of the living room. Lorin is an avid vocalist; she is a member of several choirs, one of which practices every Thursday evening. If Antoni goes out while Lorin is away, the Wortels leave their contact information at the registration desk in case their guests need anything. What typically happens, though, is that after guests check in, which may be as early as 4 p.m., they go out for dinner or a show, and they never know Lorin has been gone. The doors to the house are always kept locked, even when the Wortels are home, and every guest is given a code to get in upon check-in. In the mornings, the Wortels are up bright and early to prepare gourmet breakfasts and coffee for their guests. The meals, which are served, start with sweetbreads
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and fresh fruit. The entrees may include omelets with portobello mushrooms, homegrown leeks, and cheese; almond-encrusted French toast fingers; or Dutch pancakes made from a recipe Antoni brought from his home country. “They’re similar to crepes,” Lorin explained. “We serve them rolled with jam or maple syrup.” If the previous year has been a good one, the Wortels will use maple syrup harvested from the sugar maples on their property. In the spring, the couple hopes for warm days and cool nights, as the combination gets sap running quickly. When the weather is right, guests are welcome to observe the sugaring-off process, which takes place in one of the barns. The largest barn on the property was recently turned into a wedding and reception venue that can accommodate up to 200 people, and that business is managed by the Wortels’ daughter, Miranda, and her husband, Nickolis Wagner. Wedding guests may stay at the inn, but the Wortels have one rule: The wedding hosts must rent all the rooms or none at all. This ensures that those involved with the wedding do not need to work around unfamiliar guests. Lorin said that if a wedding party rents the inn, the newlywed couple typically gets the springhouse, a one-room suite. “It’s not as fancy as up there,” she said, pointing to the second and third floors, “but it’s got its privacy.” Multiple television pilots have been filmed at Silverstone, including one that explored the paranormal. Lorin said that she is occasionally asked if the house has ghosts. “No, but if we did, they’d be happy that people are having a good time here,” Lorin said she replies. “They’d like that we’re putting a smile on this old house.” Silverstone Inn & Suites welcomes romance, and to promote that feel, each room sleeps two and no children under age 12 are allowed. Special packages featuring flowers, chocolate-dipped strawberries, or special libations are available for an extra cost. The facility has complimentary Wi-Fi. Check-in begins at 4 p.m., and guests must check out by 11 a.m. Special diets will be accommodated upon request. Active-duty military personnel are given a discount on their stays at Silverstone. For more information about Silverstone or to book a stay, readers may visit www.silverstoneinn.com, email email@example.com, or call the Wortels at 717-290-6987.
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Pennsylvania Farm Show, Harrisburg – The Pennsylvania Farm Show is not strictly a food festival, as many aspects of farming are covered at the event: tractors and equipment, livestock/animal displays and competitions, square dancing, artisan demonstrations, educational programs, a giant butter sculpture, and celebrity chef demonstrations, to name a few. The Farm Show food court, however, is always a favorite aspect of the annual event (and also a place where New Year’s resolutions are quickly discarded). Food highlights at the farm show include honey and honey products; french fries and baked potatoes; milkshakes and ice cream; maple syrup, maple candy, and maple-coated nuts; mushrooms in many preparations, such as soup, deep fried, and grilled portobello sandwiches; vegetables pickled, fried, blended, and more; caramel apples, apple cider, apple butter, and apple dumplings; and beef, poultry, and pork in forms such as cheesesteaks, barbecue, hot dogs, chicken wings, and more. Next event: Jan. 4-11, 2020 Lebanon Bologna Fest and Winter Carnival, Lebanon – The Lebanon Rotary Club holds this annual winter festival celebrating the smoky sweet cured meat. In addition to foods like deep-fried Lebanon bologna, grilled bologna sandwiches on
South Ninth Street Italian Market Festival, Philadelphia – More than 70,000 people flock to the bustling South Philadelphia Italian Market for a weekend neighborhood block party that features vendors and local businesses, live music, a half-ball tournament, a greased pole competition, and family activities like face painting, balloon artistry, and more. Food highlights include specialty cheese and butcher shop wares, cannoli, roast pork, sausage and peppers, and pizza, as well as other ethnic foods like Korean barbecue and Mexican fare. Next event: May 18-19, 2019 Kutztown Folk Festival, Kutztown – This nine-day festival is recognized as America’s oldest continuously operating folklife festival. It gives attendees a look at Pennsylvania Dutch life and craftsmanship, notably the spectacular quilts, and it offers seminars on a plethora of Dutch customs and folklore, hoedown dancers and 19th-century brass bands, a horse-powered carousel, a petting zoo, traditional games, hands-on activities and crafts, singing, re-enactments, antiques, and more. Another aspect of the festival that cannot be overlooked is the many Dutch treats. Food favorites include homemade soups and sandwiches, sausage, potpie, corn fritters, funnel cake, shoofly pie, apple dumplings, freshly baked bread, and full-course Pennsylvania Dutch meals. Next event: June 29-July 7, 2019 VegFest, Bethlehem – The Lehigh Valley is marking the ninth annual celebration of vegan culture and sustainable living practices this year. Past events have included vegan cuisine, cooking demonstrations, local produce, yoga, live music, and small business and craft vendors. Next event: July 13, 2019 Shippensburg Corn Festival, Shippensburg – The Shippensburg Corn Festival celebrates the area’s largest crop, corn, while raising funds for community preservation and enhancement. Kettle corn, corn on the cob, and chicken corn soup are among a host of traditional fare. The festival also features a corn eating contest, craft vendors, and live entertainment. Next event: Aug. 31, 2019
Taste of Hamburg-er Festival, Hamburg – Those seeking a great burger shouldn’t miss the chance to continue their search – and vote on their favorite – at the Taste of Hamburg-er Festival. More than 35 stands offer burgers, plus there are eating contests for professionals and amateurs, a beer garden, a ton of live music and entertainment, arts and crafts, wooden cow decorating, a race that involves running and consuming two burgers in 2 miles, and children’s activities. Next event: Aug. 31, 2019 Whoopie Pie Festival, Strasburg – The Whoopie Pie Festival celebrates one of Lancaster County’s iconic treats, the whoopie pie, with more than 100 flavors of the sweet treat, an amateur eating contest, whoopie pie treasure hunts, races, launches, and checkers, as well as a whoopie yell-off and the largest whoopie pie ever made. Next event: Sept. 7, 2019
Easton Garlic Fest, Easton – The Easton Garlic Fest bills itself as a “stinkin’ good time” and celebrates the stinky yet delicious food with chef demonstrations and contests (garlic desserts, anyone?), tastings, and vendors. Also featured are live music and children’s activities like pony rides, bounce houses, and scarecrow making. Food highlights: garlic-drenched french fries, garlic mac and cheese, garlic ice cream, garlic Parmesan chicken wings, tater tots with garlic horsey sauce, honey garlic pulled pork, and garlic products. Next event: Oct. 5-6, 2019 National Apple Harvest Festival, Arendtsville – Apples, apple butter, apple cotton candy, apple cookies and bread, apple fritters, apple pies, apple dumplings, apple cider, applesauce, caramel apples, apple salsa, apple pizza, apple sausage, and still more apple delights are offered for two weekends in October in the heart of Pennsylvania’s apple country, just a few miles from historic Gettysburg. There are also plenty of other types of food and beer and wine for attendees to enjoy, as well as music, craft vendors, demonstrations and contests, orchard tours, antique cars, and appearances by the Apple Queen. Next event: Oct. 5-6, 12-13, 2019
Kennett Square Mushroom Festival, Kennett Square – The town goes all out to celebrate the fungi and the area’s history of mushroom cultivation with two days full of family-friendly activities and culinary delights. The celebration includes an old-fashioned carnival, a community parade, a car show, children’s activities and entertainment, outdoor dining and dancing, a run and walk, soup and wine tasting, a fried mushroom eating contest, cooking demonstrations, celebrity chefs, an amateur cook-off, vendors, the Painted Mushroom Silent Auction, a variety of mushroom treats for eating and for purchase, and sales of a cookbook. Next event: Sept. 7-8, 2019
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May 18, Sep 28. Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show. More than 120 antiques dealers and collectors from the North and the South will converge on Gettysburg. Lincoln Square, Gettysburg. 717-359-0776, www.gettysburgretailmerchants.org May 18-19. Littlestown Wine Festival. Live music, food, crafts and - of course - wine. Littlestown Community Park, Littlestown. 717-359-9550 May 31-Jun 2. Pop Rock ’N Horror. A convention connecting stars, vendors and fans from music, pop culture and horror genres. Adm. The Eisenhower Complex, Gettysburg. https://poprockn horror.com Jun 15. Antique Market & Craft Show. One of the longest continuously running antique shows in the country. More than 100 quality dealers will offer a variety of crafts, homemade items and antiques. Food will be available. Free adm. Center Square, New Oxford. 717-624-2800, www.newoxford.org Jul 20. Adams County Irish Festival at Gettysburg. Offers family fun with Irish music all day, dancers, vendors of Irish goods, food and beverages, living history and more. 10am-6:30pm. Adm. Moose Park, Gettysburg. www.adamscountyirishfestival.org
Aug 9-11. Gettysburg Rocks. Featuring more than 130 live bands across multiple venues, the event benefits Four Diamonds. Gettysburg. http://gburgrocks.com/ Sep 21-22. Fall Farm Skirmish. In celebration of the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association’s 60th anniversary in 2019, the live action and living history program will include a re-enactment of Antietam’s Bloody Lane Battle, as well as several other battles and a calvary skirmish. 10am-4pm. Daniel Lady Farm, Gettysburg. www.gbpa.org Oct 26. Annual Harvest Day & Parade. Craft and food vendors, free children’s activities and an exciting parade that steps off from New Oxford High School at 3pm. Children’s activities will include face painting, pumpkin painting, a bounce house and more. 10am-4:30pm. Free adm. New Oxford Center Square, New Oxford. 717-624-2800, www.newoxford.org
Nov 23. Annual Remembrance Illumination. The commemoration features a luminaria candle on each of the 3,512 Civil War soldiers’ graves. Names of the fallen soldiers will be read throughout the evening. Free. Soldiers’ National Cemetery, Gettysburg. www.gettys burgfoundation.org Nov 28-30, Dec 7, 14, 21, 28. Five Christmases at the Shriver House. Take a candlelight tour of the museum, which will be 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 forever. 4, 6 and 8pm. Adm. Shriver House Museum, Gettysburg. 717-337-2800, www.shriverhouse.org
May 9-19. Performance: Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Jr. Birdsboro Community Theater, Birdsboro. 610-404-8436, www.1ststreet players.org May 11. Spring Craft Fair. Browse the wares of more than 300 local and regional craftspeople, who will display a variety of arts and handicrafts at indoor, sheltered and open-air displays. Refreshments will be available. 9am-3pm. Leesport Farmers Market, Leesport. 610-926-1307, www.leesportmarket.com Jun 2. Rails & Ragtime. Ragtime piano playing conductors will tickle the ivories during this one-of-a-kind musical train ride. 1, 2, 3 and 4pm. Adm. Wanamaker, Kempton & Southern Railroad, Kempton. 610-756-6469, www.kemptontrain.com Jun 14. Performance: Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert. See Steven Spielberg’s classic adventure movie come to life at this special film screening as the Reading Symphony Orchestra performs the full soundtrack live. 7:30pm. Santander Performing Arts Center, Reading. 610-898-7469, www.santander-arena. com, https://readingsymphony.org Jul 12. Charter Day Jubilee. Berks History Center’s 150th anniversary kickoff celebration will feature hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, music and historical performances. Adm. Berks History Center, Reading. www.berkshistory.org Jul 20. Schuylkill River Kayak. Join the Berks Nature team and a guide and kayak the Schuylkill. Ages 10 and up. Adm. The Nature Place at Angelica Park, Reading. 610-372-4992, www.berksnature.org
Aug 17. Performance: Magical History Tour 7. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock at the flagship event and official awards ceremony of the Berks County Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. 2-10pm. Adm. Evergreen German Club, Fleetwood. Sep 21-Jan 5. Exhibit: CUT! Costume & the Cinema. Reading Public Museum, Reading. 610-371-5850, www.readingpublicmuseum.org Oct 12. 4 Centuries in Berks Historic Property Tour. Explore the architectural treasures of the borough of Wyomissing. 9am-4pm. Adm. Proceeds support educational programs at the Berks History Center. Wyomissing. www.berks history.org Oct 19-20. Pumpkin Patch Train. Ride on the train to the pumpkin patch, where each child will select a pumpkin. Back at the station, children will be able to choose from a variety of decorating kits to dress up their pumpkins. Trains depart at 1, 2, 3 and 4pm. Adm. Wanamaker, Kempton & Southern Railroad, Kempton. 610-756-6469, www.kemptontrain.com Nov 29-Dec 8. Performance: Annie. Featuring some of the greatest musical theater hits ever written, including Tomorrow. Birdsboro Community Theater, Birdsboro. 610-404-8436, www.1ststreetplayers.org
May 9-Sep 29. Festival of Fountains. Experience all the elements that make summer incredible. Fountain shows will take place in the Main Fountain Garden. Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square. 610-388-1000, www.long woodgardens.org May 17-19. Performance: Cinderella. Nancy Page’s Cinderella will feature new and original costumes, sets, and choreography that will bring a fresh look to the classic tale of a beautiful girl trying to escape the wrath of her stepmother and find happiness with her Prince Charming. Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall, West Chester. www.brandywineballet.org May 18. Radnor Hunt Races. With amazing tailgates, fancy hats and bow ties, a parade of antique carriages and thoroughbreds racing to the finish, the day is filled with elegance and excitement. Radnor Hunt, Malvern. www.brandy wine.org
May 18-19. Chester County Studio Tour. There are 143 artists and 63 studios participating. Throughout Chester County. www.chestercountystudiotour.com Jun 9. French Creek Iron Tour. Tour one of the most scenic landscapes in northern Chester County. French & Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust, Phoenixville. www.irontour.org Jun 21-23. 13th Annual Chester County Balloon Festival. Filled with activities on the ground and in the air, the festival benefits Chester County Hero Fund. Family fun for all ages with 100 vendors, live bands, balloons and glows, children’s activities and fireworks. American Helicopter Museum and Education Center, West Chester. 610-436-9600, www.american helicopter.museum/ Aug 3. The Connective Art & Music Festival. A full day of arts and music the whole family will enjoy. Oxford. www.connective festival.org Aug 10. 91st Annual Old Fiddlers’ Picnic. Hundreds of musicians and music lovers will gather to celebrate music. Attendees may enjoy the stage show or stroll the event grounds to hear the jamming and singing taking place throughout the venue. More than 30 vendors will offer a variety of crafts, food and novelties. Hibernia County Park, Coatesville. 610-383-3812, http://chesco.org Aug 31-Sep 2. Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show & Country Fair. A Chester County tradition for the last 50 years. Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show and Country Fair, Glenmoore. http://ludwigshorseshow.com Sep 7. Phoenixville Blues Festival. A day of many talented local blues musicians, as well as great food and activities. Noon10pm. Free to the public. Phoenixville. https://pvilleblues.org/ Nov 22-Jan 5. A Longwood Christmas. Organ sing-alongs, strolling carolers and holiday horticulture fill the gardens with festive cheer. Timed adm tickets required. Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square. 610-388-1000, www.long woodgardens.org
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2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA various backgrounds together to learn about each other. There will be more than 80 vendors offering ethnic food and festival favorites. There will also be a beer and wine garden, Star Wars characters and performances, a children’s alley, a petting zoo and local businesses showing their wares. 9am-6pm. Downtown Carlisle. 717-609-9532 May 11. Performance: Susquehanna Chorale Spring Concert: Singing the Dance of Life. From Gregorian chant to the stately rhythms of the Renaissance and Baroque eras, from the music of today’s finest composers to classics from the American Songbook, this year’s spring concert will explore a variety of repertoire that celebrates the dance of life. 8-10pm. Parmer Hall, High Center, Messiah College, Mechanicsburg. 717-691-6036, w w w. m e s s i a h . e d u / t i c k e t s , www.susquehannachorale.org May 18. Army Heritage Days: Operation Overlord. A timeline living history event with themed programs. 9am-5pm. U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle. 717-245-3972, http://ahec.armywarcollege.edu, www.armyheritage.org May 19. Spring Car Show. Open to antiques, customs, rods and Jeeps. Rain or shine. Williams Grove Historical Steam Engine Association, Mechanicsburg. 717-308-0291, www.wghsea.org Jun 28-Jul 8. Summerfair. Celebrate America’s birthday. Downtown Carlisle. http://carlisle summerfair.org/ Jul 19-Aug 4. Performance: Disney’s Mary Poppins. The practically perfect musical is based on the books by P.L. Travers and the classic Walt Disney film. Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse, Boiling Springs. 800-430-5468, www.allen berry.com Aug 22-25. Corvettes at Carlisle. Features more than 5,000 Corvettes representing all generations of America’s classic sports car. Carlisle Fairgrounds, Carlisle. www.carlisle events.com
Sep 27-Oct 13. Performance: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Set in the plantation home in the Mississippi Delta of Big Daddy Pollitt, a wealthy cotton tycoon, the play examines the relationships among members of Big Daddy’s family. Oyster Mill Playhouse, Camp Hill. 717-737-6768, www.oystermill.com Sep 28. Harvest of the Arts. Experience art, music, theater, children’s fun and great food, while Carlisle hosts more than 120 artists. Downtown Carlisle. https://love carlisle.com Nov 8-24. Performance: Oliver! Bringing Charles Dickens’ beloved novel to life, Lionel Bart’s musical takes audiences on a wild adventure through Victorian England and features timeless songs. Oyster Mill Playhouse, Camp Hill. 717-737-6768, www.oystermill.com
May 5. Garden Faire. Purchase plants, explore the craft show, dance a Maypole dance, try croquet and enjoy lunch. 10am-4pm. Fort Hunter Mansion and Park, Harrisburg. 717-599-5751, www.forthunter.org May 25-Jun 16. Performance: Ragtime. Open Stage of Harrisburg, Harrisburg. 717-232-6736, www.openstagehbg.com Jun 7-9. The Elegance at Hershey. A weekend celebration of a bygone era when the automobile stirred imaginations and quickened hearts. Hotel Hershey, Hershey. 717-500-5191, https://the eleganceathershey.com Jun 29. Capital Area Therapeutic Riding Association Benefit Horse Show. An open horse show. A food and refreshment stand on the premises. Twin Brooks Show Grounds, Harrisburg. 717-298-7035, www.catra.net Jul 18-28. Performance: Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Based on one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved stories and the classic animated film. Hershey Area Playhouse, Hershey. 717-533-8525, www.hersheyareaplayhouse.com
Jul 19-20. Performance: Shakespeare in the Woods: Julius Caesar. The tragedy depicts the political conspiracy that leads to the assassination of one of the most powerful leaders of the Roman Empire. Recommended for age 12 and up, the accessible production combines original text with modern narrations. DeSoto Amphitheater for the Performing Arts, Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, Millersburg. 717692-3699, http://nedsmithcenter.org Jul 20. Dauphin County Brewfest. Sample more than 50 craft brews, taste foods from area food trucks, interact with brewers and listen to great music. 3-7pm. Adm. Fort Hunter Mansion, Harrisburg. 717-599-5751, www.forthunter.org Jul 27. Nature & Arts Festival. Free family-friendly, educational entertainment. The event includes make-it-yourself bluebird boxes, live animal demonstrations and fish print T-shirts. 10am-5pm. Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, Millersburg. 717-692-3699, http://nedsmithcenter.org Sep 4-27. Archaeology Excavation. The search continues for evidence of the remains of the 1750s French and Indian War fort. 10am-3pm. Free. Fort Hunter Mansion and Park, Harrisburg. 717-599-5751, www.forthunter.org Sep 6-8. Dauphin County Jazz & Wine Festival. National, regional and local recording artists, along with a fine gathering of wine, craft and food vendors. Adm. Fort Hunter Park, Harrisburg. 717-599-5751, www.forthunter.org Nov 23-24, 30-Dec 1, 7-8, 14-15. Annual Festival of Trees. Co-sponsored by the Harrisburg Area Garden Center, six themed Christmas trees are exhibited for viewing. A selection of handmade ornaments will be for sale. 12:304:30pm. Fort Hunter Tavern House, Harrisburg. www.forthunter.org Nov 23. Holiday Parade. Features floats, giant parade balloons, marching bands, dance and step team performances and more. Noon. Downtown Harrisburg. http://harrisburgpa.org
DELAWAREcounty May 11-Sep 2. Exhibit: Gateways to Nature. Artists and makers from across the region will showcase Tyler’s majestic landscapes with a range of original works set throughout the arboretum. Tyler Arboretum, Media. 610-566-9134, www.tylerarboretum.org May 11. Encampment Day 2019. The program focuses on the daily life and experience of a soldier in Washington’s Army. Noon-4pm. Adm. Brandywine Battlefield Park, Chadds Ford. 610-459-3342, http://brandywinebattlefield.org May 25-27. 48th Annual Antiques Show. Fine antiques including furniture, rugs, porcelain, needlework and much more. Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700, www.brandywine.org Jun 15. 18th Annual State Street Blues Stroll. A single ticket allows attendees to visit the venues of their choice and hear all the music they want. 6pm-1:15am. Various venues, Media. www.statestreet blues.com Jun 22-Sep 15. Exhibit: N.C. Wyeth: New Perspectives. The first exhibition to examine in depth the entirety of N.C. Wyeth’s oeuvre, repositioning him within the greater context of early 20th-century American visual culture. Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700, www.brandywine.org Jul 14. Beautiful Downtown Media Car Show. Sponsored by the Delco Cruisers Car Club. Rain date is July 21. 10am-3:30pm. State Street and Veterans Square, Media. firstname.lastname@example.org Sep 14-15. Chadd Ford Days. A Colonial festival celebrating the history of Chadds Ford with Colonial demonstrations, craft vendors, artists, Revolutionary re-enactors, live music and more. Adm. Barn Visitors Center, Chadds Ford. www.chaddsfordhistory.org
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2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Oct 5-Jan 5. Exhibit: Fractured Fairy Tales: From the Conventional to the Unconventional. An examination of illustrations for three wellknown and beloved fairy tales: Cinderella, Goldilocks and the Three Bears and The Three Little Pigs. Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700, www.brandywine.org Oct 27. Radnor Run. 8:30am. Radnor Township Building, Radnor. www.radnor.com Nov 29-Jan 5. Brandywine Christmas. Featuring a model train display and Christmas trees decorated for the season with Critter ornaments made by volunteers. Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford. 610-388-2700, www.brandywine.org
May 18. Spring Heart of Lancaster Arts & Craft Show. 10am-4pm. Free adm and parking. Rain or shine. Root’s Market, Manheim. www.hlcshow.com Jun 4-Jul 14. Performance: Mamma Mia! Set to the free-spirited music of ABBA with explosive dance, the show provides a summer escape of hilarious fun. Adm. Fulton Theatre, Lancaster. 717-397-7425, www.thefulton.org Jun 29. Artisans in the Park Summer Fest. Artisans offer items for purchase. Also features
refreshments, live entertainment, and tours of the Ephrata Cloister. Ephrata Cloister, Ephrata. 484-335-0091, w w w . e p h r a t a c l o i s t e r. o r g , www.artisansinthepark.com Aug 10. 2019 Rotary Club of Lititz Craft Show. The show has grown into one of the top craft shows on the East Coast, drawing 700 crafters from throughout the U.S. and Canada. 8am-4pm. Downtown Lititz. www.lititzrotary.com/craft-show.html Aug 30-Sep 1. Long’s Park Art Festival. Fine art and high-quality crafts are offered for purchase at booths located along tree-lined walkways. Adm. Long’s Park, Lancaster. 717-735-8883, www.longspark.org Aug 31-Sep 1. Heart of Lancaster Arts & Craft Show. The 32nd annual fall Labor Day weekend show. 10am-4pm. Free adm. Rain or shine. Root’s Market, Manheim. www.hlcshow.com Aug 31, Sep 2. Hospice & Community Care Labor Day Auction. Free parking and adm. Solanco Fairgrounds, Quarryville. www.labordayauction.org Oct 5. Bridge Bust. 8am-4pm. Veterans Memorial Bridge, Columbia and Wrightsville. https://visitsusquehannavalley.com Oct 5. Maize & Snitz Fest. Featuring great food, interpreters in traditional dress, hands-on activities and demonstrations of Colonial-era arts, crafts and farm
life. 1719 Hans Herr House, Willow Street. 717-464-4438, www.hansherr.org Oct 12. Chocolate Walk. Enjoy chocolate samples in 32 locations. 10am-2pm. Downtown Lititz. http://lititzchocolatewalk.com Nov 1-Dec 30. Performance: 2019 Christmas Show: Joy to the World. Evoking the revered holiday nostalgia of hometowns all across the United States, the stage will transform into a small-town winter carnival. The show will feature scenes filled with entertaining elves, dramatic dancing, sensational singing and grand moments. Adm. American Music Theatre, Lancaster. 717-397-7700, www.amt shows.com Nov 2-3, 9-10. Eastland Alpacas Fall Open House. Take a tour of the farm, get up close and personal with the alpacas, enjoy wagon rides, watch an obstacle course demonstration by the 4-H Club, shop in the store and enjoy food from a food stand provided by the Hempfield COB youth group. Free adm. Eastland Alpacas, Mount Joy. 717653-2757, www.eastlandalpacas.com
May 8-12. Performance: Mary Poppins Jr. Follow Jane and Michael Banks on fantastical adventures with their new nanny. Lebanon Community Theatre, Lebanon.
717-833-4LCT, www.lebanon communitytheatre.org Jun 8. Tour De Lebanon Valley Bicycle Ride. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-270-7935, www.lebexpo.org, http://tourdelebanonvalley.com Jun 13-15. PA Gourd Gathering. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 570-586-8456, www.lebexpo.org, www.pagourdsociety.org Jun 13-16. Performance: Irving Berlin’s I Love a Piano. The story comes to life through favorite Irving Berlin classics. Gretna Theatre, Mount Gretna. 717-964-3627, www.gretnatheatre.org Jun 30. Jazz Worship Service. Alicia Olatuja’s faith and talent will shine. Free. Mount Gretna Playhouse, Mount Gretna. 717-964-3627, www.gretnatheatre.com Jul 4. Fourth of July Celebration & Band Concert. The Keystone Band of Rehrersburg’s 60th annual Mount Gretna concert. 7pm. Donation requested. Chautauqua Grounds, Mount Gretna. www.pachautauqua.info Jul 6. Performance: The Nutcracker & I. To be performed for the first time in North America. Mount Gretna Playhouse, Mount Gretna. 717-964-3627, www.gretna theatre.com
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2019-2020 Inns & B&Bs of Southeastern PA Jul 13-14. One Fine Day Cat Show. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-273-3670, www.lebexpo.org Jul 20-27. Lebanon Area Fair. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-273-3795, www.lebexpo.org, www.lebanonareafair.com Jul 27-28. World War II Weekend. The second annual event will feature food, demonstrations and displays, battle re-enactments and free parking. Alexander Schaeffer Farm, Schaefferstown. 717-949-2244, http://eastpenn reenactorsgroup.weebly.com Aug 3. 35th Annual Mount Gretna Tour of Homes & Gardens. Enjoy a fascinating glimpse into the architecture and style of Mount Gretna’s iconic homes during this self-guided walking tour. 10am-4pm. Mount Gretna. http://gretnamusic.org Aug 5-8, 12-13. Mount Gretna Cicada Music Festival. Providing outstanding, fun and memorable events for music enthusiasts. Mount Gretna. www.originalcicada musicfestival.com/ Aug 16-18. Gem Miners Jubilee. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 301-807-9745, www.lebexpo.org, www.gem-show.com
Aug 17-18. Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show. Adm. Proceeds benefit community projects. Presented under the oaks of the Chautauqua section of Mount Gretna. www.mtgretnaarts.com Aug 22-25. Performance: USO Show Troupe. The popular military performance troupe delivers its American Heartland musical tribute, which features music ranging from Top 40 to Broadway to big band and more. Gretna Theatre, Mount Gretna. 717-964-3627, www.gretnatheatre.org Aug 23-25. Civil War Weekend. Union Canal Tunnel Park, Lebanon. http://lebanoncountyhistorical society.org Sep 7. Lebanon Valley Fall Fair Craft & Vendor Show. Nearly 100 crafters, artisans, gourment foods and vendors. 10am-4pm. Free adm and parking. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-273-3670, www.lebexpo.org Sep 7. Performance: Telegraph String Quartet. A second generation of Gretna artists grace the stage. Mount Gretna Playhouse, Mount Gretna. 717-964-3627, www.gretnatheatre.com Sep 27-28. Brethren Disaster Relief Auction. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-823-2745, 717-723-6863, www.lebexpo.org, www.brethrenauction.org
Nov 8-9. Lebanon Quilters Guild’s 13th Annual Exhibition of Quilts. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-679-5522, www.lebexpo.org Nov 9-10. 2019 Artisan Fair. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-490-6144, www.lebexpo.org, www.artisan fair.org Nov 29-Dec 1. Christmas at the Expo - A Holiday Gift Show. Lebanon Valley Expo Center and Fairgrounds, Lebanon. 717-273-3670, www.lebexpo.org
May 3. Dorney Park Opening Day. Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom are two great parks for the price of one that feature 200 acres of more than 100 rides and attractions for guests of all ages. Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom, Allentown. 610-395-0104, www.dorneypark.com May 11. Performance: Disney in Concert: A Dream Is a Wish. Everyone’s favorite Disney movies come alive with music performed by the Allentown Symphony Orchestra. 7:30pm. Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown. 610-432-6715, www.miller symphonyhall.org May 25-27. Great Pennsylvania Music & Arts Celebration. The family-friendly event, for people of
all ages, will feature more than 50 performances, air-conditioned indoor locations, dance, arts, food and beverages, Pennsylvania Dutch hex signs, quilts, craft beer and more. There will be classic Pennsylvania music, polka, rock, folk, gospel, Latino and more. Free adm and parking. Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown. 484-560-2810, www.allentownfair pa.org, www.pamusicsociety.org Jun 2-Sep 1. Exhibit: An Essential Presence: The Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of AfricanAmerican Art. Presenting nearly 70 pieces from the esteemed collection, including 45 works new to the collection and on view for the first time, the show features works by celebrated artists in a variety of media. Allentown Art Museum, Allentown. www.allentownartmuseum.org Jun 2-Sep 1. Exhibit: Deco After Dark: Evening Wear, 1920-1945. Vintage evening gowns’ glittering surfaces and refined silhouettes provide a feast for the eyes and also highlight a transformative era in design. Rodale Gallery, Allentown Art Museum, Allentown. www.allentownartmuseum.org Jun 21-30. Performance: Constellations. A romantic journey that begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman
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May 18. Ambler Auto Show. The Best Little Car Show Around will feature more than 200 classic cars competing for a litany of prizes. Restaurants and shops will be open, and local food trucks will be on-site. 1-5pm. Along Butler Avenue, Ambler. www.amblermain street.org
Oct 5. Oktoberfest 2019. Restaurants and businesses will have special offerings all day, and 90 vendors and 10 food trucks will line the streets. There will be children’s rides, a beer garden, musical performances on two stages, food vendors and more. 11am-6pm. Ambler.
May 24-26, 31, Jun 1-2, 6-9. Performance: Disney’s Beauty & the Beast. Music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice. Directed by Rebecca May Flowers. Steel River Playhouse, Pottstown. 610-970-1199, www.steelriver-playhouse.org
Nov 29-Dec 20. Illuminaire Nights. The village will be aglow with the warm light of candles, hospitality and the sounds of the season. Luminarias will line the sidewalks outside the stores and restaurants, many of which will offer special treats, refreshments, activities, sales and other surprises. Wednesdays and Fridays. 5-9pm. Skippack Village, Skippack. 484854-1159, www.skippackvillage.com
Jun 14-15. Ambler Arts & Music Festival. The event will feature music, activities and more than 75 artists displaying their original creations. Food Fest vendors and local restaurants will offer food, and the Beer Garden will serve a variety of beer and wine. Ambler. www.amblerfest.org
Jul 27. Performance: Broadway & Beyond. The Allentown Band will feature internationally recognized lyric tenor Eric Fennell and mezzo soprano Lauren Curnow to showcase iconic music from Broadway, opera and Gershwin. 7:30pm. Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown. 610-432-6715, www.miller symphonyhall.org
Jun 22. Beer Tasting Festival. Sponsored by Lansdale Area Fundraising Society. General admission from 2-5pm. Football field near the corner of Fifth and Wood streets, Lansdale. http://lansdalebeerfest.com
Oct 5. Women’s 5K Classic. The event promotes fitness among women, supports women with breast and gynecologic cancers and contributes to funding for related programs and research in the Lehigh Valley. Little Lehigh Parkway, Allentown. https://womens 5kclassic.org
Jul 4. Conshohocken Soap Box Derby. Conshohocken. www.soap boxderby.org/conshohocken.aspx
Oct 26. Performance: Nosferatu (Dracula). The Allentown Band will perform the soundtrack to the silent film. 7:30pm. Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown. 610-432-6715, www.millersymphonyhall.org
Aug 24. Founders Day. Sponsored by Discover Lansdale. 9am-9pm. Lansdale. www.discoverlansdale. org/founders-day-html Sep 28. Pottstown Veterans Community Day. 11am-1pm. Pottstown Memorial Park, Pottstown. www.pottstown.org
May 11. Saving Our Bees & What You Can Do to Help. Learn about honey bees in order to help assure their survival. See a live hive on display, weather permitting, and buy local honey from the site’s own hives. The mansion will be open for guided tours. For people of all ages. 10am-noon. Free, but set donation suggested. Pennypacker Mills, Schwenksville. 610-287-9349, www.montcopa.org/pennypackermills
Oct 4-6. Skippack Days. The event, which is geared toward crafters, will feature the main thoroughfare lined with the region’s top-quality artisans and crafters offering everything from the finest woodwork to expertly crafted pottery, silk prints, handmade jewelry, garments and toys. Skippack Village, Skippack. 484-854-1159, www.skippackvillage.com
May 4. Historic Easton House Tour. In partnership with the Easton Main Street Initiative through GEDP, the Historic Easton House Tour holds an annual Spring House Tour, which provides funds for the preservation of historic buildings and for the continuation of Easton cultural events. Rain or shine. 10am-4pm. Adm. Easton. www.eastonhousetour.com May 11-12, 17-18. Bethlehem Bach Festival. Glorious tradition, spirited performances, festival premieres and more. Weekends. Various locations in Bethlehem. 610-866-4382, www.bach.org May 12. Mother’s Day Cruise. Come aboard the mule-drawn Josiah White II canal boat for a one-hour cruise on the Lehigh Canal. Learn about life on the canal and the vital role mothers played from D&L historian Martha Capwell Fox. Light brunch and mimosas will be served. 11am-noon. Adm. National Canal Museum, Easton. 610-923-3548, https://canals.org Jun 5-8. Great Nazareth Carnival. Food, fun and entertainment for the entire family, including rides, games, food choices with seating areas, a bingo tent, live bands every night, giveaway drawings and an adult beverage area. 6pm.
Nazareth Borough Park, Nazareth. www.vigilancehose.com Jun 7-Jul 7. Lehigh Valley SoccerFest & Viewing Party. Returning for the Women’s World Cup, the festival will feature all three of the U.S. Women’s National Team preliminary group matches on an outdoor LED screen, as well as a variety of soccer and family-focused programming. SteelStacks, Bethlehem. www.steelstacks.org/; www.discoverlehighvalley.com/ soccerfest/ Jun 21-23. Sabor Latin Festival. Three days of music, food and family fun, including free concerts, arts and crafts, children’s activities, Latin dance presentations and a Mariachi Mass. SteelStacks, Bethlehem. www.steelstacks.org/ Jun 28-30. Blast Furnace Blues. SteelStacks, Bethlehem. www.steelstacks.org/ Jul 4. Kazoo Parade. Nazareth. www.nazarethchamber.com Jul 14. Easton Heritage Day. A full-day family festival showcasing local history, offering activities for children and concluding with a fireworks display over the Forks of the Delaware. Free. Easton. http://heritageday.org/# Jul 20. Nazareth Days. Celebrate the origins of the quaint town. Nazareth Borough Park, Nazareth. Aug 1-11. Musikfest. The large and diverse music festival will include 500-plus shows on 16 stages. Bethlehem. www.musikfest.org Sep 21-22. Festival of Early American Arts. Celebrating early American arts, culture and history by featuring artisans, music, entertainment, historic re-enactor groups, demonstrations, food and libations. Held by the Moravian Historical Society. Whitefield House, Nazareth. 610-759-5070, www.moravianhistoricalsociety.org Nov 2-3. PA Bacon Fest 2019. The event has grown into one of the region’s most popular events, attracting more than 80,000 attendees with more than 150 vendors, 12-plus musical acts and several
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May 5. Broad Street Run. The famed 40,000-runner, 10-mile run spans the Logan neighborhood to South Philly - a 40-year-old tradition. Broad Street, Philadelphia. www.broadstreetrun.com May 31-Jun 9. Philly Beer Week. The 12th annual celebration of Philadelphia’s vibrant beer culture will take over the city and the region for 10 days with tastings, lectures, beer-pairing dinners and more. Various locations, Philadelphia. https://phillylovesbeer.org Jun 8-Sep 2. Exhibit: Souls Grown Deep: Artists of the African-American South. Discover the extraordinary inventiveness and skill of generations of quilters from Gee’s Bend, Ala., alongside provocative mixed-media paintings and found-object sculptures by African-American artists from the South. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. 215-763-8100, www.philamuseum.org
Jun 9. Odunde Festival. The East Coast’s largest African-American street festival, now in its 44th year, will begin with a week of events and culminate with a spiritual procession to the Schuylkill River to ring in the Yoruba New Year, followed by music, dance and vendors along South Street. The event’s authentic African marketplace will feature vendors from around the world selling merchandise from many African nations, as well as the Caribbean and Brazil. Philadelphia. www.odundefestival.org Jun 22-23. Manayunk Arts Festival. More than 300 artists from around the nation will set up shop along Manayunk’s Main Street for the region’s largest outdoor juried arts festival. Main Street, Manayunk, Philadelphia. www.manayunk.com Jun 30-Jul 4. Wawa Welcome America. Philly’s multiday birthday party will feature free events for people of all ages throughout the city, including outdoor concerts, museum days, a patriotic parade, block parties and fireworks. Various locations, Philadelphia. http://welcomeamerica.com Sep 20-Nov 9. Terror Behind the Walls. Celebrate the Halloween season at the annual haunt, one of the country’s most popular, inside an abandoned prison. The massive haunted house will consist of six
haunted attractions that create a seamless experience. Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia. 215-236-3300, www.easternstate.org Oct 13. Old City Fest. Artists, makers, designers, entertainers, restauranteurs and historians will celebrate the neighborhood’s creative spirit with activities, exhibits and programs to appeal to both families and adults. The event will highlight the region’s art and design district with activities such as a festival stage with live music, runway fashion shows, a family fun zone, street performances, food, beverages and more. Free adm. Old City District, Philadelphia. www.oldcitydistrict.org Oct 26-27. Head of the Schuylkill Regatta. The tradition of exceptional fall racing began 48 years ago in the home of American rowing. The fall race showcases high-caliber crews as well as those new to the sport. Kelly Drive and Fountain Green Drive, Philadelphia. http://hosr.org Nov 28-Dec 24. Christmas Village in Philadelphia. Featuring more than 80 vendors selling authentic European food, ornaments and arts and crafts from all over the world. LOVE Park (JFK Plaza), Philadelphia. www.philachristmas.com
May 11. Spring Fling Vendor & Craft Fair. Browse many vendors and enjoy a day for the whole family. 10am-4pm. Renninger’s Farmers Market, Schuylkill Haven. www.renningersfarmersmarket.com May 26. Food Truck Festival & Craft Show. Attendees may delight their taste buds and quench their thirst at the official summer kickoff. Noon-6pm. Good American Hose 3, Mahanoy City. www.facebook.com/ events/285318405722718/ Jul 13. Yuengling 190th Anniversary Summer Concert Celebration. A free concert in the home of America’s oldest brewery. Artisan-level crafters, artists and food vendors are sought. 1-10pm. D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc., Pottsville. www.downtown pottsville.com Sep 7. OBPA Heritage Day 2019. Live music by Rhythm & Brews and Tool Shed Jack, along with activities such as Revolutionary War re-enactors, horse-drawn carriage rides, a bounce house, food trucks, games, crafts, vendors and face painting. 10am-3pm. Orwigsburg Business and Professional Association, Orwigsburg. www.facebook.com/ events/380326499211088/
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Sep 21. Fall Fun Fest & Craft Show. The fun fall day will include family activities, tasty treats, crafters and merchants. The event will serve as the kickoff of the holiday food drive, so attendees are welcome to bring a can of food to donate. Renninger’s Farmers Market, Schuylkill Haven. www.renningersfarmersmarket.com, www.facebook. com/events/1234427086708695
YORKcounty May 12. Olde York Street Fair. The Mother’s Day tradition will feature more than 100 vendors of handmade arts and crafts; a Kids’ Fun Block with bounce houses, games and face painting; entertainment; food vendors; a bloodmobile; and more. Rain or shine. 12:30-6pm. Free. Continental Square, York. www.yorkcity.org Jun 15. Penn-Mar Irish Festival. The child-friendly event will feature live performances and other entertainment. The Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. 717-2356611, www.marketsatshrewsbury. com, www.pennmaririshfestival.com
Oct 5. Folk Art & Culinary Festival. Featuring handmade items and folk art. Vendors are being sought. 1-5pm. Walk In Art Center, Schuylkill Haven. 570-732-3728, www.walkinart center.org
Jun 28-30. Fawn Grove Olde Tyme Days! Take a step back in time to enjoy tractor pulls on the track, gas engines, many tractors, dancing, live bands, children’s events, food, flea markets, a parade on June 29 and more. Free adm. Volunteer Fire Company, Fawn Grove. www.oldetymedays.com
Oct 23. Halloween Parade. The parade will start on margaret Avenue and travel on North Warren,
Jun 28-29. York County BBQ Festival. Delta. www.facebook. com/yorkcountybbqfestival
Jul 15-20. Eureka Fireman’s Carnival. Food, rides, music and more. Stewartstown Fairgrounds, Stewartstown. www.stewartstown.org Aug 4. Bell’s Big Bed Race. The quirky, family-friendly event raises funds for Bell Socialization Services. Teams of five - four pushers and one rider - build and decorate race-worthy beds and race against other teams in one-to-one heats. 1-4pm. Fee to participate. Free for spectators. Penn Park, York. 717-848-5767, www.bellsocialization.com Aug. 9-11, 15-18. Performance: The Buddy Holly Story. A musical biography of the iconic early rock ’n’ roller, charting his rise to fame and his tragic early death. Belmont Theatre, York. 717-854-5715, www.thebelmont.org Aug 23-25. Yorkfest Fine Arts Festival. York’s premier summer arts festival weekend will feature 100 select fine artists from all around the country, free family-friendly entertainment, hands-on arts activities, food and more. Opening reception on Aug. 23 from 6-8pm, followed by the festival on Aug. 24 and 25. Free. York. www.yorkcity.org Sep 6-15. York Fair. Livestock events, live music and entertainment, food, rides and much more. York Fairgrounds, York. http://yorkfair.org
Sep 21. Pottsville on Tap 2019. Presented by D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc., the second annual all-day event will feature a beer garden, wine tasting, regional food, live music by local bands, local artisans and craft makers and more. Downtown Pottsville. www.down townpottsville.com
West Market, South Franklin, West Independence and South Warren before ending on East Market. 7pm. Orwigsburg. 570-617-6050, https://orwigsburg.gov
Sep 21. York Bike Night. Pets are prohibited. The parade will leave the York Expo Center at 5pm. 4-10pm. In and around Continental Square, York. www.yorkcity.org Oct 6. 2019 Halloween Parade. 3pm. Dover. www.unionfireand hose.com Oct 14-19. 104th Annual Dillsburg Farmers Fair. Oct. 14 will feature the opening ceremony and the queen pageant. On Oct. 15, the Senior King and Queen will be crowned. There will be events, contests, games and great food all week. Dillsburg. www.dillsburg farmersfair.org Oct 25-27, Nov 1-3. Performance: A Little Princess. This musical, based on the classic novel, takes audience members on an unforgettable journey from the confines of Victorian England to lively Africa. DreamWrights Center for Community Arts, York. 717-848-8623, www.dreamwrights.org Nov 30. Performance: Holiday Pops Spectacular. The annual holiday classic will feature the York Symphony Orchestra and Chorus presenting familiar holiday tunes and the celebrated sing-along with special guest Santa Claus. 2 and 7:30pm. Adm. Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, www.appellcenter.org, www.yorksymphony.org
Sep 15. Hike & History Tour of the Bordner Cabin. Hike 1.6 miles one way through Swatara State Park on a trail to the Bordner Cabin, a hand-hewn log cabin from oak logs and limestone found on the site. 1:30pm. Swatara State Park, Pine Grove. www.facebook.com/ SwataraWaterTrail/
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