Discover YORK COUNTY 2018
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May 25. Cruise Night. Oldies music, dash plaques and trophies. Participants can bring a rusty, beat-up vehicle for a chance to win a trophy. All vehicles are welcome. 4-8pm. Markets at Shrewsbury, Glen Rock. www.MarketsAtShrewsbury.com May 26.
RENT 20th Anniversary Tour.
Performance: Two decades later, Jonathan Larsonâ€™s RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world. 7:30pm. The Pullo Center, York. 717-505-8900, http://pullocenter. york.psu.edu
May 27. Carnival 2018. There will be something for everyone, with food, games, entertainment and fireworks. Following the parade. 5-10pm. Music will be provided by the Emigsville Band from 5:30-8:30pm. East Prospect Baseball Field, East Prospect. http://eyarc.org/ May 27. Opening Steam Weekend With No. 17 & Jeff Greenawalt. Share the day with Jeff
Greenawalt, who will entertain with period music while riding on one of the premier rail trails in Pennsylvania and through the beautiful countryside of York County. This excursion takes participants to Glen Rock on a historic railway that dates back to the late 1820s. Steam Into History, New Freedom. www.steamintohistory.com/
May 26. Moonlight Bike Ride. Bring a bicycle, light, helmet and water and take an hour-and-a-half roundtrip ride with the Sunset Scramblers volunteer group. No fee or preregistration required. 8:30pm. Glatfelter Station, Seven Valleys. 717-428-1961, http://yorkcountyparks.org
May 28. Memorial Day Parade. 8:30am. Begins near the library on Route 94 and proceeds to Wirt Park Cemetery. Hanover. www.hanoverboroughyork countypa.info
May 26. 18th Annual 5K River Run. The course
William Penn High School Music Department. Performance: Part of the Box Lunch
Revue concert series. 11:30am-1:30pm. Cherry Lane Park, downtown York. 717-849-2217, www.yorkcity. org/BoxLunchRevue
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crosses the Susquehanna River via the Veterans Memorial Bridge (Route 462) between Lancaster and York counties. The bridge is closed to vehicular traffic during the event. Walkers and those with strollers are welcome. 8:30am. Begins in Wrightsville. 717-684-5249, http://parivertowns.com