Discover YORK COUNTY 2019
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Through Aug 27.
2019 Sunset Scramble
Bike Rides. Park volunteers will guide participants on an 11- to 15-mile round-trip journey. Bring a bike, a helmet, water and snack money. Tuesdays. 6:30-9pm. Free, with no registration required. Various starting points in York County. 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org
Prince of Tyre.
OrangeMite Studios, Dover.
May 17-19. Performance: 45 Seconds From Broadway. The comedy by Neil Simon gives an offstage glimpse of the New York City entertainment world. It takes place in a mom-and-pop cafe where theater people gather. St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, York. https://tafepa.org
Greater Lancaster Feline Fanciers
York Expo Center, York. www.pacat
May 27. Memorial Day Parade & Service. The
parade will start at 10:30am at Red Lion Senior High School and end at Fairmount Park, where there will be a memorial service. Fairmount Park, Red Lion. 717-676-2372, www.redlionpa.org
May 30. Take Me Fishing! Children, accompanied
by their parents, may learn how to fish. They may use their own rod or borrow one if they do not have one. Hot dogs and beverages will be available. 6-8pm. Conewago Day Use Area, Gifford Pinchot State Park, Lewisberry. www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/ giffordpinchot/index.htm, www.dovertwprec.com
May 31-Jun 2.
Street Rod Nationals East.
Bring the whole family for the day. York Expo Center, York. 719-327-0827, www.nsra-usa.com
Performing Arts Center, Hanover. 717-637-7086, www.theeich.org
May 31-Jun 2. Performance: Tuesdays With Morrie. The moving play tells the story of Mitch
Performance: Codo Ensemble - A Celebration of Classical Music. Eichelberger
May 18-19. Performance: Shrek the Musical.
An unlikely hero finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking donkey and a feisty princess. Adm. Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, Hanover. 717-637-7086, www.theeich.org
Albom, an accomplished journalist, who begins to make weekly visits to see Morrie Schwartz, his former college professor. DreamWrights Center for Community Arts, York. 717-848-8623, www.dreamwrights.org
Taste of Pennsylvania Wine & Music Festival. York Fairgrounds, York. www.york
Jun 1. Performance: Croce Plays Croce. Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, www.appellcenter.org
May 18. Public Night Sky Viewing. Night Wonders of Astronomy will present about what is in the sky. Once it gets dark, attendees will look through a telescope to find planets, stars and galaxies. 8:15pm. Free. Lehr Park, Dover. www.dovertownship.org
Jun 1. Angels in the Outfield - Film Screening.
May 18, Jun 15, Jul 13, Aug 17.
Moonlight Bike Rides. Bring a bicycle, a light, water
and a helmet and take a 1.5-hour round-trip ride. Select Saturdays. 8:30pm. Free, with no registration required. Various starting points in York County. 717-840-7440, www.yorkcountyparks.org
May 19-Jun 22. Exhibit: Rottler Selection Exhibition. Nancy M. Woodward Gallery, York Art
Association, York. association.org/YAA/
The Pullo Center, York. 717-505-8900, http://pullocenter. york.psu.edu
Summer Family Maker Series: Bake Oven Class. York County History Center, Colonial
Complex, York. 717-848-1587, www.yorkhistorycenter.org
1. Performance: York Symphony Orchestra: 1812 Overture! Ein Heldenleben. Ein
Heldenleben by Richard Strauss, an orchestral tour de force, is the inspiration for the concert and the entire year. Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture is a depiction of Russia’s defeat of Napoleon. 7:30pm. Strand Theatre, Appell Center for the Performing Arts, York. 717-846-1111, www.appellcenter.org
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