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Celebrating local shopping, dining, arts, events, and community

City of

Lancaster Arts & Culture Issue: The Makers


For event and performance information, visit artsmu.com or call 717.871.7600.

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Make & BELIEVE

Celebrating the artistry, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit of the City of Lancaster—the Maker's Capital.

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authentic

giving back

Leading the way through innovation and example: Mayor Rick Gray.

Making a difference in the lives of others: Annie Diaz.

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thank you, mayor gray! Honoring a decade of growth and community impact. PA G E S 2 0

events Get out and experience the city— plan your fall with Fig. PA G E 1 0 5

IN THIS ISSUE

social mission Learn more about our 2017 Fig Social Mission Partner: Clare House. PA G E 9 4

community supporters

And of course,

great shopping, dining, arts, entertainment, and services— as always. KEEP READING

Supporting the growth of the City of Lancaster. PA G E 1 0 6

On the cover: Skyler Maxey-Wert, Lancaster City native who now dances with SemperOper Ballet in Germany. Read about Skyler on page 28.

ISSUE 47 / FALL 2017 / LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA / THE ARTS & CULTURE ISSUE


C R E AT E D A N D P RODUCE D BY F I G I N D U S TR I E S Creative thinkers and makers with a forever mission of Design For Good. Learn more about our mission and meet our team at figindustries.com. PUBLISHER Fig Industries DIRECTOR Deborah Brandt DESIGNERS Josh Seibert Jacobo Sánchez Ian Berg John Woodward WRITER Christine Halliday

C O M M U N I C AT I O N S Erin Cusack Kelly McAllister Susan Bowser Tony Gorick PHOTOGRAPHERS Karlo Gesner Matthew Tennison Sam Brandt P R I N T I N G PA RT N E R The Standard Group

C O M M U N I T Y PA RT N E R S ASSETS Lancaster Discover Lancaster Fulton Theatre

Lancaster City Alliance Lancaster Young Professionals Lancaster Symphony

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A D V E RT I S I N G I N F I G To find out how you can strategically market your business through the Fig communications package, contact Deborah Brandt at deborah@figindustries.com.

Thank you to our editorial sponsor, the High® companies. Committed to community leadership, sustainable building and business practices, and advancement through the preservation of local heritage.

Fig Industries, LLC has made every attempt to ensure that all information contained in this publication has been obtained from reliable sources, but all such information is provided “as is” with no guarantee of completeness or accuracy. The views of contributors do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of Fig Industries, LLC. Fig Industries, LLC cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions contained in, or reliance made upon the contents of, this publication. Copyright: Copyright 2017 © Fig Industries, LLC. All rights reserved. Photography or page layout contained in Fig shall not be reproduced, in whole or in part, without the specific written permission of Fig Industries, LLC. Contact 717.394.7737 or studio@figindustries.com.


– S O C R AT E S

W E A R E C R E AT O R S A N D M A K E R S — and most likely you are too. You just haven’t thought about it in that way before. After all, this is Lancaster County—home of some of the most famous makers in our history. Take Jacob Eby from Manheim for example—a maker of clocks in the early 1800’s. His work is revered today as some of the finest craftsmanship ever seen—all crafted by hand, without electricity. Whether you’re making candles from a generations-old recipe or painting one of Lancaster’s historic homes, you’re making something. If you’re a chef, maybe you’re making red beets and goat cheese into your own rendition of art. If you’re a landscape contractor, you’re transforming an empty space into an oasis. And if you’re a website designer, you’re making a portal for someone to uncover information, plan a trip, or find their dreams. We make Fig for you—the reader. We make it so you can see Lancaster in all its glory. We make it so businesses can show you their mission, the things they make, and the services they provide. Most of all, we make Fig because

we believe that living out our mission of lifting-up small businesses makes a difference. In this issue, we celebrate makers of all kinds. Throughout these pages, we hope you’ll come to know and love them like we do. As a champion for the arts, Mayor Rick Gray has encouraged makers throughout this City to grow and thrive. He cheered for the entrepreneurs who wanted to make this place their home. He helped to make the City of Lancaster a place where ideas can grow and dreams can be followed. As his tenure ends, we would like to dedicate this issue to him. Thank you Mayor Gray for your support, your stories, and your enthusiastic love of this City. W I T H G R AT I T U D E , DEBORAH BRANDT & THE FIG INDUSTRIES TEAM

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Kevin Shue 28 years as a genealogist. Knows Ireland like the back of his hand. Writes poetry and makes a mean Irish stew.

Katie Fichtner 12 years in the Archives and 18 months as a certified EMT.

At LancasterHistory.org, your history is our expertise. At LancasterHistory.org, we have: 16,000 books. 90,000 photographs. 2 million manuscripts. Newspapers, maps, and microfilm. More importantly, we have Kevin. And Marianne. And Heather, Nathan, Katie, & Martha. WE HAVE MILLIONS OF RESOURCES in our Research Center and online, but most importantly, we have an amazing staff of experts with 97 years collective experience in Lancaster County history and genealogy. Whether you’d like to learn about your own family history, your home or business, the neighborhood you live in, or the community around you, the staff at LancasterHistory.org is ready to help. Visit today and learn more about your own story. Open Monday - Saturday, 9:30 am - 5 pm

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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.

Fresh Face: Cabalar Meat Co. AFTER AN APPRENTICESHIP at a whole-animal butcher shop in Brooklyn, New York, Steve and Lianne Cabalar are excited to bring wholeanimal butchery to the Keppel building in the heart of downtown. Cabalar Meat Co. offers a more environmentallyconscious, healthy, and transparent way to get quality meat in Lancaster. As a whole-animal butcher, Cabalar offers a locally-minded, ethically raised, wholebeast approach to eating and entertaining. Steve says Lancaster can expect transparency and quality from the Cabalar experience. The new

space houses a big, open kitchen where the butchering can be observed by the customer. With 100% grass-fed, pastureraised meat, Steve and Lianne are proud to offer their customers an ethically produced, healthy product that tastes better and makes you feel good about what you are eating. Passionate about clean, conscious, ethical food, Steve and Lianne are excited to share their knowledge and their quality products with Lancaster.

a cafe area with a menu featuring sandwiches and fresh baked goods to enjoy on-site or take home. A small grocery section including fresh produce and dairy completes the Cabalar Meat Co. experience. Steve and Lianne hope Cabalar will become your new favorite spot to stock up for the week, impress your dinner party guests, or grab lunch with a friend. Look forward to Cabalar Meat Co. opening this fall!

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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming growing businesses to the City of Lancaster.

Fresh Face: Marotta/Main Architects T H E I N N O VAT I V E T E A M at Marotta/Main Architects has always felt a strong connection to downtown Lancaster. Their team finds inspiration in the history and architecture of the ever-evolving cityscape and its residents. When they outgrew their Old Town location, the team was excited for the opportunity to invest in another downtown property that would better suit the needs of their business and clients. Their new building at 214 North Duke Street has been beautifully transformed

from warehouse space to studio, design, and conference space. The newly renovated building boasts a tremendous open work area for the entire team, allowing the technical and design staff to collaborate effectively on each project. The architectural industry is often credited with being forefront in the “Makers Movement”, but the team at Marotta/Main sees their clients as the true makers. They take pride in bringing the dreams, visions, and needs of their clients to fruition through

architectural design, innovative problem solving, and respectful restorations. What sets Marotta/Main apart from other architectural firms isn’t a specific “style” of building or architecture. Rather, it is the ability to respond to the unique needs of their clients and design thoughtful, beautiful spaces. “Ultimately, we feel great about a project when our clients feel ownership over the space because they were a big part of the process.”

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AUTHENTIC Leading the way through innovation and example.

Authentic: Mayor Gray M AYO R R I C K G R AY LO V E S Lancaster. He can speak at length about many attributes that set Lancaster apart as the city authentic, brimming with people who breathe new life through their entrepreneurial spirit and strong sense of community. He beams like a proud parent and his eyes light up as he describes the neighborhoods, parks, restaurants, theatres, artists, and makers who add vibrancy and originality to the streets he walks each morning on his way to work. In 2005, Rick Gray decided that what he wanted to make most was a difference. With the support of his wife, artist Gail Gray, Rick took his love for Lancaster, his knowledge of the judicial system, and his desire to make an impact, and was elected as Mayor in 2005. Three terms later, Mayor Gray has decided not to run for a fourth but to “give someone else a

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chance to make a difference.” As he looks back on the legacy of what he’s accomplished as Mayor, he is especially proud of the evolution in the parks programs and the street scaping that made the city brighter, safer, and more inviting. Most of all, he’s delighted when Lancastrians tell him that they are proud to live here and happy with their way of life. Through his tenure, Lancaster has evolved to become an alluring city for merchants, entrepreneurs, professionals, and families to settle. The transformation of the downtown brought the community together, and helped put Lancaster on the map as a destination city. Mayor Gray notes, “If you look at any city that has revitalized itself, it starts with the downtown.

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Downtown is all of ours; it doesn’t belong to just one neighborhood, it’s everybody’s. Everybody in the City of Lancaster owns the downtown and comes to the downtown. So to revitalize the city, we started with the downtown and then spread out to the neighborhoods.” Straightening his bow-tie in his office beneath rows of impressive photographs featuring various world leaders and changemakers that he has encountered through his life, Mayor Gray remembers the drive that led him to run for this office twelve years ago. “I told my wife and my law partners that I was going to do something different. I wanted to get into public policy, run for Mayor, and give back to Lancaster, I hoped I could maybe repay it a little bit for all it’s given me.”


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Thank you,

MAYOR GRAY!

The impact Mayor Gray has had on the City of Lancaster is undeniable. As we approach the 12th anniversary of Fig, Mayor Gray will end his time overseeing our City. We want to thank him for his guidance, vision and unending enthusiasm during 12 incredible years of change and growth. We sat down with a few friends and colleagues of Mayor Gray to hear their thoughts on his legacy. From laughing about his impeccable storytelling ability, to admiring his authentic drive in bringing the community together, there was a common—and inspiring—theme prevalent within each interview. We are proud to share these powerful words. “One of the things I love about Mayor Gray and his administration is that they are ‘just like us.’ We are just like them. That’s a team spirit kind of thing. He brought amazing cultural characteristics that include teamwork, collaboration, and customer-service. I am really proud of that.” —DONNA JESSUP

“As a business owner and having a business in downtown Lancaster, I have seen huge enhancements to the City of Lancaster. It’s amazing what he has done for us. Businesses are cleaner, neater, more comfortable, and safer. It’s a great place to be.” — M A RY KO H LE R

“He came in with a perspective that we want things to get solidified today, but with an eye towards the future. His legacy is one where every decision he made was made while looking ahead and modernizing a city.”

“From my particular point of view, he has been a friend of all communities—in particular the Latino community. He has been a friend, a colleague, and has been a real pleasure to work with. He’s a people-connector.”

—JAMES REICHENBACH

— CARLOS GR AUPER A

“His legacy will be that he has taken investor confidence in this city to a new level largely because of ‘who he is.’ He is eminently competent, trustworthy and strategic. And he is sincere in his belief in the city’s future. I think all of those pieces on display all the time are contagious.”

“Mayor Gray has this amazing ability to be relatable to every person. On the street, in the office, wherever he goes. He can maintain that personality and still be professional and effective in his position. He can do tactics, personal relationships, and politics on every level. I think what we will miss the most is his comfortability.”

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— J O E L WA LK E R

“The consistency and leadership of Mayor Gray’s terms have been so helpful for the city. I also really admire his willingness to launch the commission to combat poverty. It has created a roadmap and clarity within the community about what we should do, and how we can work moving forward. He allowed space for that to happen.” —JESSICA KING “He took a city from good to great. He is very engaging and asks the most legitimate questions. He got us to a point where we are building on strength. His followership is unbelievable and it’s because of his leadership.” —BOB SHOEMAKER “What I have seen is this really thoughtful way Mayor Gray created a structure through which all these other things can blossom. He laid the groundwork for conversations, opportunity, art, and activism to happen. It’s really exciting stuff.” — LIBBY MODERN


“Mayor Gray has really set the tone for optimism, energy, and a sense of pride in the city. The best leaders impact the culture and the personality of the community and he has established that. His belief in possibilities and potential really has been infectious.” — PAT B R O G A N

Donna Jessup

Tom Baldrige Amber Strazzo

Mary Kohler Libby Modern

Jessica King Joel Walker Bob Shoemaker

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“Everything he does, he does with great passion. It’s evident to me that he cares about everyone in the city and cares about all areas of the city. The amount of new business, new investment, and new opportunities is a credit to him and his administration.”

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“I grew up in Lancaster and never really thought I’d stay here. But I interned at Mayor Gray’s office and then took a job there. It really drew me into staying in Lancaster and being part of this new vibrant city. Work has been done before him, and work will be done after him, but the explosion of new things over the past 10 years has been absolutely incredible.”

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“Mayor Gray’s legacy is his compassion for all of his city residents. He created the poverty commission. It took a lot of courage for him to create that. The fact that the Mayor wanted to address and offer real-life, practical solutions to help poor areas in our city—I was really impacted by that. He has been so compassionate to refugees, the poor, and the homeless. It speaks a lot about him as a man.”

Friends and community leaders expressed gratitude for the powerful impact Mayor Gray has had on the City of Lancaster. Though his time as mayor may be ending, his legacy will continue to shine.


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visitors to throw an extraordinary event. The exceptional Cork Factory Hotel wedding team is always on hand—ready to offer expert advice on everything from tablescapes for weddings, events, and holidays to picture perfect gifts. Brides who are looking to perfect the details of their wedding day will find a finely curated collection of products for every moment of their celebration, regardless of style.

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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.

Fresh Face: Sophie Stargazer Boutique

K R I S T I N S N Y D E R is no stranger to the stylelovers of Lancaster. Some may know her as the starry-eyed girl from McCaskey, dreaming of one day owning her very own boutique. Others may know her as the style-savvy, socially conscious entrepreneur she has grown into. For those just meeting her, Kristin has been bringing ethically made, fashion-forward sophistication to local shoppers for four years. Now she is taking her talents to new heights with the opening of her new location in the Keppel Building at 323 North Queen Street. With a strong background in the fashion industry to inform her passion, Kristin offers a uniquely curated shopping experience for her customers. Kristin’s career of professional styling combined with her ability to learn and understand the style preferences and needs of each individual customer makes shopping at Sophie Stargazer feel like a truly personal experience. “I like breaking down the trends into things that look good on an individual, and bring out their personality. I’m in the store every day, so I get to know my customers and what they’re looking for as well as what makes them look and feel their best.” At Sophie Stargazer’s new location, you can expect to find an eclectic, inviting space and a warm, attentive welcome. Kristin is excited about the accessibility the new location presents for visitors and residents alike to discover all that Sophie Stargazer has to offer. This fall, she is looking forward to hosting several exciting events, including her annual "Meet The Maker" series featuring Lancaster local artists like Amber Kane, Hamilton Wax Co., Imagine Goods, Liz Riden, Lush Bazaar, Melanin Essentials, Revolution Lancaster, and more. The Sophie Stargazer experience provides customers with beautiful, locally and ethically made, eco-friendly fashion items and gifts. The store carries designer women’s apparel, meaningful jewelry, artisan leather handbags, gift items such as handmade soaps, soy candles, local artwork, greeting cards, and other treasures just waiting to be discovered!

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ON THE COVER Lancaster native Skyler Maxey-Wert shares his passion for ballet on the global stage.

Taking the STAGE Over a decade ago in Lancaster, sixyear-old Skyler Maxey-Wert dreamed of dancing ballet on the biggest stages. “A really important thing to hold onto as a dancer is that you should have an idea as to how you want to be and stick to that no matter what,” said Skyler, now age 21 and continuing to forge his professional career. “It’s something you have to work towards every day.” The process began right here in Lancaster City. Skyler trained under visionaries Carolyn Trythall from the former Lancaster School of Ballet and Viktor Yeliohin, now owner of the Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy (page 35) from age 6 to age 13. “Working under Viktor was great,” said Skyler. “He always really believed in me as a dancer—even when I didn’t think it was possible for myself.”

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The local stage provided a foundation for the next step: New York City. Principal Dancers with Geoffrey Ballet visited the studio in Lancaster where they taught a private class and encouraged Skyler to apply to NYC schools. At age 13, Skyler was Big Apple-bound. “When I finally got to New York I thought it was amazing, but also terrifying,” said Skyler. “It really helped me open up a lot and discover who I was.” Through acquiring education from The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre, Skyler strengthened his ability, nurtured his talent, and further developed his ultimate goal to be a premiere ballet dancer. In summer 2014, Skyler pursued a global opportunity as a Corps de

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Ballet member at the SemperOper Ballet in Germany. Ever since, Skyler has been working up the hierarchy of dance levels and has currently reached Coryphée, all while keeping an eye on working towards Soloist and Principal roles. From local Lancaster training to taking on the world’s stage, Skyler is proud to continue this inspiring art form wherever he goes. “I love coming home to Lancaster,” adds Skyler. “It’s relaxed, familiar, and I really appreciate it. Coming back to my old studio where it began for this Fig cover photoshoot brought back so many memories.” While here, Skyler helped Victor teach a few classes. Who knows—another young student from Lancaster may be training right now to follow in Skyler’s footsteps as a global ballet artist.

Photographed at the Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy


Make &

BELIEVE For more than a decade, Fig has been proudly celebrating makers and innovators who continuously imagine and re-imagine our city. By definition, makers are those individuals who make something new where it wasn’t before, or tinker with the existing to make it better. Our city is establishing itself as the “Makers’ Capital”—as entrepreneurs, artists, innovators, and creators of all kinds allow themselves to wonder—and from those wonderings, ideas are birthed, vision is cultivated, artistry is celebrated, and restoration and transformation are given room to breathe. On the following pages, Fig is pleased to showcase many of the makers in our creative city. As our community continues to welcome and celebrate a maker mindset, we reap the benefits of a city brimming and alive with inventive and innovative opportunities and experiences that enrich us all. Discover the artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs who are making history. -

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Susan J. GOTTLIEB

ARTIST

As a multi-media painter, teacher, and international guide, Susan J. Gottlieb infuses her art with exotic flavors, vibrant colors, and captivating tales of world travel. On her path to discovery, cultural origins have always been a fascination and inspiration for Susan. Making art, teaching, and exploring all coexist to create a life of connection and invention.

REDR AVENARTCOMPANY.COM

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' Discover: The newest exhibit by Susan J. Gottlieb at Red Raven Art Co. through September. PASSION: TO PAINT THE REMEMBERED SENSATION. Mixed Media paintings capture treasured experiences in Rome, India, Cuba, Belgium.

SUSANJGOT TLIEB.COM


Greg PILOTTI

GREG PILOTTI FURNITURE MAKERS

Craftsmanship is critical at Greg Pilotti Furniture Makers. Their goal is to bring the handmade, traditional, and quality craft of furniture-making into your home or workspace. Each team member displays an equally high level of commitment to each other, the clients, and the product. By blending modern technology with traditional skills, Greg Pilotti Furniture builds brilliant designs that are solid & gorgeous.

484.764.6956

GREG@GPFURNITUREMAKERS.COM

' Offering: Traditional craftsmanship and hand skills to make custom conference tables and solid wood furniture

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2017 – 2018 MAINSTAGE SERIES: September 19 – October 15

Little Shop of Horrors November 14 – December 31

A Christmas Story: The Musical January 16 – February 11

Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap March 6 – 31

Guys and Dolls April 17 – May 20

Million Dollar Quartet June 5 – July 22

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

ELLEN ARNOLD GROFF SERIES: October 3 – October 29

Sleuth

January 23 – February 18

The Irish & How They Got That Way April 3 – April 22

Blackbird May 8 – 27

Red

EICHMANN FAMILY SERIES: November 25 – December 23

The Nutcracker

March 17 – March 31

The 3 Little Pigs April 28 – May 19

The Emperor's New Clothes June 16 - July 21

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Marc ROBIN FULTON THEATRE

Marc Robin is part of a team of producers, carpenters, electricians, designers, actors, musicians, administrative staff, and volunteers that create breathtaking theatrical experiences right in Lancaster at the Fulton Theatre. Arts have a way of creating space for human understanding, connection, and expression to thrive. It’s a community of storytellers that collectively shares something genuine and magical.

ABOUT THE FULTON The Fulton Theatre is fully devoted to “Engaging Life Through Art.” The Fulton was built in the mid-1800’s as a gathering place for the community. As they head into their 165th year, their mission is to ensure the Fulton continues to be that special meeting place for the Lancaster community. Though each person may experience the show through a different lens, there is a collective opportunity to truly take a break from the hustle and bustle that tends to consume daily lives and, instead, reconnect through a shared experience bursting with art, theatre, and music.

12 NORTH PRINCE STREET 717.397.7425 THEFULTON.ORG

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Henrietta HEISLER HENRIETTA HEISLER INTERIORS, INC.

Great design improves and transforms lives. Henrietta Heisler Interiors, Inc. creates a legacy of beautiful, livable, and workable spaces for residential and commercial clients. Focusing on aesthetically-pleasing environments, they fulfill your vision by planning and selecting just the right colors, fabrics, lighting and accessories. Henrietta Heisler Interiors, Inc. takes pride in creating and refreshing spaces for you.

217 WEST WALNUT STREET 2nd FLOOR

717.295.0324

' Offering: Space-planning and remodeling services for both commercial and residential projects, kitchen and bath design, finishes, furniture, lighting, art, project design development

HH@HHINTERIORSINC.COM


Viktor YELIOHIN

VIKTOR YELIOHIN INTERNATIONAL BALLET ACADEMY

Viktor Yeliohin shares his vast experience of dancing, choreographing, and teaching at ballet academies in the Ukraine and with students at the Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy. With a keen eye for talent and exceptional developmental programs, Viktor enhances every opportunity for children and adults alike to achieve their dancing dreams. According to Viktor, watching the progress and success of each student is the ultimate reward.

214 WEST GR ANT STREET

717.517.9837

' Offering: Classes in ballet, pointe, variation, modern, contemporary, jazz, tap, and creative movement for very young students. Viktor also offers coaching, private lessons, and choreography for competition.

FULL LIST OF PERFORMANCES & E VENTS AT V YBALLET.COM

THE NUTCRACKER 25TH JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY

Public Performance at Lancaster Mennonite High School

Friday, December 1, 2017 | 9:45 am Saturday, December 2, 2017 | 1 pm & 6 pm Sunday, December 3, 2017 | 2:30 pm

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Michael BIGGERSTAFF NXTBOOK MEDIA

Creating an immersive storytelling experience is the goal for every project at Nxtbook Media. There is a focus on elevating powerful stories to a whole new level of interaction with Nxtbook digital publishing. By utilizing cutting-edge technology, the team brings content to life with dynamic, interactive, accessible, and engaging digital editions packed with customizable features curated to make each experience unique.

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' Offering: Digital publishing platforms that deliver engaging curated experiences for all types of content, including magazines, journals, books, and brochures.

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Rick FAULKNER BARRICK CANDLES

' Offering: Handcrafted, decorative,

There is a certain simplicity in modern shapes and forms. Rick Faulker ensures the candles at Barrick Candles mirror this aesthetic. For over 40 years candle-making has been his passion, and the satisfaction of crafting these beautiful objects for customers to enjoy continues to be his motivation. Handmade and gorgeous, Barrick Candles sparkle and delight.

curated, contemporary, traditional,

541 NORTH MULBERRY STREET

717.295.4800

unscented candles. Studio open Monday - Friday, Saturdays in November & December

BARRICKDESIGN.COM


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POPOVSKY PERFORMING ARTS STUDIO

The arts have a way of channeling abstract thought into a display of motion, song, and dance. At Popovsky Performing Arts Studio, Michael and Christyn blend a love for education and performance to train, develop, and encourage students regardless of age or skill set. By emphasizing teamwork, personal growth, and self-expression, the team crafts unique opportunities to ensure each student reaches their full potential.

' Offering: voice lessons, acting classes, dance classes, summer camps, performance opportunities, dynamic performance development, and individualized training.

245 BUTLER AVENUE 717.517.8543 POPOVSK YPERFORMINGARTS.COM

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MAKE FILMS

DEREK DIENNER, LISBET BYLER, ASHLEY DIENNER, ALLEN CLEMENTS, CATLIN WILLIAMS, AARON DIENNER, & CORDELL HUYARD

When you work with MAKE films, you are partnering with a collaborative group of talented filmmakers who make it their mission to curate and form meaningful content for your business. MAKE produces powerful storytelling experiences that inspire and captivate audiences. Each visionary idea is strategically developed and crafted to engage with your community.

21 NORTH PRINCE STREET

717.340.2241

MAKEFILMS.CC

' Offering: Strategic and creative ideation, art direction, set design, pre and post production, 6k raw and aerial cinematography, animation, visual effects


Pim HARMSEN

' Offering: An award-winning

IRON HILL BREWERY & RESTAURANT

Crafting the perfect beer takes time. Pim Harmsen and the makers at Iron Hill Brewery begin their day by milling carefully-selected grains before mixing, extracting, boiling, and fermenting what becomes their award-winning beer selection. Original recipes infused with both classic and modern flavors offer a rewarding blend of refreshing beer perfect to sample, sip, and toast with others.

781 HARRISBURG PIKE

717 291.9800

IRONHILLBREWERY.COM

brewery that prides itself on guiding guests through an inspired menu of handcrafted food paired with madefrom-scratch beer.


Christiane DAVID

CHRISTIANE DAVID FINE ART GALLERY

For Christiane David, creation is like eating—it’s a need. Each painting emotes a love of color, balance, and well being with feelings transforming into bold shapes and vibrant brushstrokes. There is value in pulling from true life experiences and representing it through a kaleidoscope of color. Christiane showcases beauty from Brussels and New York to right here in Lancaster. 112 NORTH PRINCE STREET

717.293.0809

' Discover: Gallery featuring original artwork by Christiane showcasing landscapes, florals, cityscapes, seascapes, still life, abstract, and more, along with a boutique of prints and gifts.

CHRISTIANEDAVID.COM

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Red Raven

ART COMPANY

Red Raven Art Company is a gallery run by three local artists, whose mission is to nurture artists both young and old, to support the art efforts of our wonderful City, and to have an art scene that is thriving, vibrant, and crucial to the very essence of our lives. Red Raven works with over 65 artists in both a local and regional capacity. They offer a diverse array of original artwork and over 500 fine art prints. In addition, the gallery has partnered with the CX Carlson Cultural Trust in order to provide emerging artists both exhibit space and scholarship opportunity.

138 NORTH PRINCE STREET 717.299.4 400 INFO@REDR AVENARTCOMPANY.COM

FEATURED ARTISTS

Adam Bunting Seasons Change Watercolor 14x11

Art Harrington Back to the Future 109 Mixed Media 18x24

Georganna Lenssen Tiger in Water Oil on Canvas 39x30

Rhoda Kahler Lancaster Stoneware 20x20

Lee Lovett Raise The Roof II Oil on Canvas 18x18

Jenny Germann Alley Woodburning & Watercolor 21x28


The artists of Red Raven at The Trust Performing Arts Center. Left to right: Adam Bunting, Art Harrington, Georganna Lenssen, Rhoda Kahler, Lee Lovett, Jenny Germann, Mark Dennis, Regina Martin, Steve Wilson, Fred Rodger, Jackie Madsen

Mark Dennis Old Man of the Sea Epoxy Clay & Marble 20x12x12

Regina Martin Barnscape #16 Acrylic 18x24

Steve Wilson Into the Woods Watercolor 10x19

Fred Rodger Perpetua Acrylic & Wood 27x17

Jackie Madsen 4X with Fish Oil on Canvas 36x24


Caleb FETTER RMS

The approach to technology at RMS is always client-focused. Each process provides a time for collaboration, expressed vision, and quality development. The RMS team uses established processes to work around challenges and ensure each specific client request is successful in creating a powerful system suited for their unique needs. It’s all about making sure each system is simplistic, reliable, and exactly what the client envisions.

117 E CHESTNUT STREET

717.735.7577

RMSAV.COM

' Offering: Seamlessly integrated and personalized technology systems that emphasize convenience, reliability, and beauty for residential and commercial clients.


Amy TAMULIS SWEET LEGACY GOURMET

As a third generation maker of hand-crafted confections, Amy has refined and perfected the old-fashioned recipes that originated with her family. Today, Sweet Legacy Gourmet continues the tradition of making everything by hand in small batches, with the freshest, most natural ingredients. Real butter, eggs, sugar—the same ingredients Amy’s grandmother used in her recipes and proudly served to her family. The result of this care and dedication to perfection? Sweet indulgences for you and your family to enjoy and savor.

55 EAST MAIN STREET, LITIT Z | FIND US IN L ANCASTER CENTR AL MARKET

717.517.4 413

' Offering: Freshly-baked cookies, old-fashioned fudge, buttery caramels, sweet and salty brittles, crunchy caramel corn, indulgent baked goods

SWEETLEGACYGOURMET.COM


Dale YODER

CORNERSTONE DESIGN-ARCHITECTS

Cornerstone Design focuses on bringing the unique vision of each client to life through actively listening, developing, and creating. By utilizing cuttingedge 3D technology, the team can offer an incredible glimpse into each project before it becomes reality. Designing facilities of significance is an art form and Cornerstone Design intentionally curates a space for wellness with each finished project.

48-50 WEST CHESTNUT STREET

SUITE 400

717.435.1800

' Offering: Interactive design processes, project vision development and support, Building Information Modeling (BIM) software for 3D imaging and visualization, responsive project management.

INFO@CORNERSTONEDESIGN.COM


J. Scott MARTINO CORTAZZO FOODS

Since way back when, the Cortazzos have shared a love for family and food. They believed in a few simple truths; the sauce should simmer all day, there’s nothing Ima’s baked ziti can’t make better, the longer you sit at the table— the better the stories. Most importantly, love and homemade marinara are one and the same. Decades later, Chef Martino is still committed to these values inspired by his Grandmother Cortazzo.

PROUDLY MADE IN L ANCASTER, PA

' Offering: Cortazzo Handcrafted Pasta Sauces—locally-made, all natural, small batch, real ingredients, no GMO’s, gluten free.

CORTA ZZOFOODS.COM

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We’re a smart and sociable team of creative professionals committed to producing meaningful brand design and marketing. If you’re looking to create a successful brand, impactful marketing materials, or attractive packaging that resonates with your audience, let’s start the conversation! We’re responsive listeners who build trust by fostering relationships—and that’s at the heart of everything we do.

103 SOUTH DUKE STREET

717.394.7737

Meet the entire team at

We believe in transforming businesses and communities through powerful design and creative communication.

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Joe WIRBICK

' Offering: Wealth growth

SEQUINOX

development, quality solutions,

Sequinox strives to improve the lives of clients through financial development. Cutting through the confusion to make clients comfortable is at the heart of the Sequinox mission. Their purpose is creating a lifestyle for their clients that has less stress, more money, and where happiness can thrive. Retirement funds and other financial projects do not need to be intimidating. Sequinox is ready to help.

financial management

941 WHEATL AND AVENUE, SUITE 301

717.397.7957

Securities offered through J.W. Cole Financial, Inc. (JWC), Member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory Services offered through J.W. Cole Advisors, Inc (JWCA). Sequinox and JWC/JWCA are unaffiliated entities.

JOE@SEQUINOX.COM


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Kathy FREY FESTOON

Driven by a background in fashion design and a passion for the community, Kathy Frey developed Selga, a clothing line exclusively made in Lancaster. The line started with an idea to create affordable, stylish clothing that would also provide jobs for individuals at local sewing factories. The Festoon boutique and Selga line were created to show a full-circle impact: giving opportunities for work while curating meaningful style.

202 NORTH DUKE STREET / 717.299.2232

' Offering: Boutique featuring fashion, accessories, personal care, home accents, and “Selga”—a designed clothing line made in Lancaster.

1183 ERBS QUARRY ROAD, LITIT Z / 717.560.6509

SHOPFESTOON.COM


Alison

MCINDOE AK INTERIORS, LLC

For over 20 years, AK Interiors, LLC has created timeless design throughout Lancaster. Taking inspiration from local and international creatives, the team strives to curate spaces where joy can thrive. Making a difference in the lives of clients and encouraging a place where memories flourish by creating beautiful spaces is a mission that continues to shine.

' Offering: Full service interior design firm providing thoughtful design development and implementation for commercial and residential clients.

246 WEST OR ANGE STREET 717.872.6966 HELLO@AKINTERIORSLLC.COM

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Michael SPYCHALSKI WACKER BREWING CO.

Each pint is crafted to be the best. Wacker Brewing Co. honors Lancaster's heritage by producing "working class" style beers that bring people together. The beer is handcrafted below the taproom at 417 West Grant Street ensuring a unique local authenticity. Lancaster is rich with history, and Wacker Brewing thrives on adding to the remarkable legacy of this innovative city.

417 WEST GR ANT STREET

717.617.2711

' Offering: Clean and crisp handcrafted Ales and Lagers featured in the Wacker Brewing Company taproom and distributed to local bars and pubs.

WACKERBREWING.COM


Adam, Emily, Sarah & Elizabeth FRIENDSHIP HEART GALLERY

Each brushstroke is a new discovery. Friendship Heart Gallery is a creative arts studio that empowers Artists with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism. Free expression and collaboration encourage a celebration of talent and personality. These Artists create and sell their masterpieces to gain more economic independence and the freedom to pursue new experiences. Above all else, creative expression brings the Artists joy.

118 NORTH WATER STREET, SUITE 101

717.945.6904

' Offering: Weekly integrated workshops and art classes taught by instructors, volunteers, and local community artists.

GALLERYMANAGER@FRIENDSHIPCOMMUNIT Y.NET


David LYALL

DAVID LYALL HOME & DESIGN

David Lyall is attracted to beautiful things. Whether it’s experiencing nature or browsing through eclectic textiles, David finds intricate beauty in places and items all around him. At David Lyall Home & Design he funnels this passion into creating the perfect living or commercial space. Through the use of color, space, and visual proportion, David transforms any space into an experience that enriches wellness and nurtures positivity.

241 NORTH PRINCE STREET

717.690.8477

' Offering: Personalized professional interior design, 9000 square foot showroom full of unique furniture and home accents, aesthetic and design development for residential & commercial projects.

DAVID@DAVIDLYALLDESIGN.COM


THE PREMISE STUDIO

JEREMY HESS, JEN FOSTER & DONOVAN ROBERTS WITMER Purposeful imagery is rooted in relationships. The creative team at The Premise Studio is committed to supporting businesses and nonprofits by creating compelling photography and video to promote brand messages. The Premise Studio’s creative process helps clients discover, define, and capture their unique brand narrative.

' Offering: Engaging photography and video content

The Premise Studio recently welcomed Jen Foster to their team.

“Visual Storytelling” program

specializing in corporate, food & dining, architecture, education, tourism, healthcare, and product imagery for businesses and non-profits of all sizes and budgets. ' Also Offering: a new, engaging

824 FIRST STREET 717.390.7050 THEPREMISESTUDIO.COM


The SPICE & TEA EXCHANGE OF LANCASTER JUDY GITOMER

Cooking is a blend of flavor and art. The dance between different seasonings can enhance your favorite dish. Judy Gitomer at The Spice & Tea Exchange of Lancaster loves how various spices can be used from the beginner cook all the way to the expert chef. Judy brings a market bursting with global flavor right to the heart of Lancaster.

20 WEST OR ANGE STREET

717.394.4328

' Offering: Over 140 spices, over 80 exclusive hand-mixed blends, 16 naturally-flavored sugars, an array of salts from around the world, and more than 30 exotic teas

SPICEANDTEA .COM/L ANCASTER

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T H E C R E AT I V E LY L A N C A S T E R M A K E R S M A R K E T is a curated monthly pop-up market featuring a wide assortment of talented local makers—artists, hobbyists, crafters, creators, bakers, designers, upcyclers, and more. We believe if you are making, you are a maker. We are passionate about providing a consistent venue for local micro-entrepreneurs to showcase their talent to the Lancaster community in a fun and supportive shopping environment.

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Woven Spectrums GENE VA SMITH WOVENSPECTRUMS.COM 717.557.6306

Woven Spectrums uses methods such as knitting, hand-weaving, and sewing to create an array of clothing and fashion accessories. Each piece consists of bold, vivacious colors to showcase the personality of the one wearing it.

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Twisted Roots Woodsmithing DOUG L APP TWISTEDROOTSWOOD.COM

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Twisted Roots Woodsmithing is a source for unique works of art created from wood and repurposed industrial components. Twisted Roots is drawn to the somewhat offbeat and uncommon, preferring to find beauty, interest, and function in objects that might otherwise be overlooked and undervalued, such as wood rescued from the scrap heap and repurposed vintage industrial components.

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Chestnut Ridge Honey & The Melting Pot JEN KNEPPER 717.201.9157 FACEBOOK.COM/CHESTNUTRIDGEHONEY

Body Butter and Lip balm sourced from local beeswax, fair trade Bead for Life Shea, and Canaan Fair Trade Olive Oil. Chestnut Ridge products use ethically sourced ingredients that provide a living wage to the many people who harvest the products that go into their all-natural products.

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Twelve Twenty-Nine Supply Co. TESS MILLER 1229SUPPLYCO.COM T WELVETWENT YNINESUPPLYCO@GMAIL.COM

Twelve Twenty-Nine Supply Co. exists primarily as an online store, specializing in custom, made-to-order wood burnings. Each piece, ranging from wooden cooking spoons to live-edge planks, are lettered and burned by hand—perfect for personalized wedding and commemorative gifts.

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MEET THE MAKERS! Visit the Creatively Lancaster Makers Market at an upcoming date and meet a curated assortment of talented local makers and creators! Visit creativelylancaster.com to learn more.

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REology Studio

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Hamilton Wax Co. BRIT TNEY HIPPENSTEEL HAMILTONWA XCO.COM HELLO@HAMILTONWA XCO.COM

Hamilton Wax Co. hand-pours richly scented, soy wax candles in small batches. All candles are proudly vegan and phthalate free.

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Paper Jane Studio L AUR A KOR ZON PAPER JANESTUDIO.COM

Laura Korzon of Paper Jane is an illustrator and artist located in downtown Lancaster. She specializes in surface design, custom illustrated wedding invitations, and branding.

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Typothecary Letterpress MEGAN ZET TLEMOYER T YPOTHECARYLET TERPRESS.COM 484.269.6019

Typothecary Letterpress is a graphic design and letterpress printing studio located in downtown Lancaster. By combining modern and century-old technology, they create high-quality, tactile, products that make a lasting impression.

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Sentiments and Strings HIL ARI BOWMAN ETSY.COM/SHOP/SENTIMENTSANDSTRINGS

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Sentiments and Strings designs and creates alternative wedding guestbook paintings and wire wrapped guitar string jewelry. Both mediums are inspired by natural elements, quiet moments of reverie, and bittersweet nostalgia. Find them on Etsy or in store at Purple Robin Reserve in Lititz.

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LIZ HESS GALLERY 140 N Prince St

ARTISANS GALLERY 114 N Prince St

MIO STUDIO 154 N Prince St

FREIMAN STOLTZFUS GALLERY 142 N Prince St FRIENDSHIP HEART GALLERYLERY 118 N Water St Suite 101 GALLERY ON MARKET 15 W King St LANCASTER GALLERIES 34 N Water St

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RED RAVEN ART COMPANY 138 N Prince St CHRISTIANE DAVID ART GALLERYLLERY 112 N Prince St DEMUTH MUSEUM 120 E King St LANCASTER MUSEUM OF ART 135 N Lime St

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AT UNITE D WAY OF L ANC A STE R COUNT Y, WE FIG HT FOR B ET TE R JOB S . When Andrew lost his job, he needed to re-evaluate his career path, so he decided to learn a trade. One year later, he has received his welding certification and just landed a new job as a welder. Andrew’s example is why United Way and our Community Impact Partners fight to remove barriers to education and employment, so everyone can achieve their goal of financial independence. We believe every student and adult in Lancaster County should have the post-secondary credentials they need to get a good job. Obtaining an Associate Degree from a community college, a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree, or learning a trade is essential to earn a sustainable wage. To learn more about United Way’s Bold Goal of post-secondary credentials for everyone in Lancaster County, visit LiveUnitedLancaster.org/EducatedforSuccess U N I T E D W E F I G H T. U N I T E D W E A L L W I N .

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A space for innovation

Bruce Schreiner & Ben Eisemann

COME CHECK OUT Lancaster County's only makerspace. Over 4,000 square feet of climate controlled workspace, tools, equipment, computers and design software available for use by the community. Check out make717.org to register for an upcoming info session & tour. Come make, share, and learn with make717!

Brite Design: Illuminated Creativity Have you ever noticed College Row at F&M or American Music Theatre's spectacular holiday lighting? Brite Designs has been illuminating Lancaster County for the past 12 years, specializing in holiday, wedding, and landscape lighting. Brite Designs collaborates with customers to ensure dazzling displays and shining memories. Contact us today to see your holidays and special event light up! 717.575.9402

johnsbriteideas@gmail.com

Owner, John Gingrow

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Meet your maker…

At Lancaster Central Market. Long’s has been grating fresh horseradish roots by hand at Lancaster Central Market since the 1930’s. Prepared in small batches one jar at a time, means it is the freshest, most vibrantly flavorful horseradish you can find. Like all the best foods available at market – buy it fresh, eat it fresh and you won’t be disappointed. Come in for a visit this week – get to know us, and let us get to know you. At left is Mike Long of Long’s Horseradish.

Wondering where to park? Use any Lancaster Parking Authority garage while shopping with us, then pick up your voucher for 1/2 hour of free parking at our information stand. TUESDAY & FRIDAY 6 AM – 4 PM, SATURDAY 6 AM – 2 PM • 23 NORTH MARKET STREET OFF PENN SQUARE • 717.735.6890 •

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Designing a Plan for Your Legacy A F I R M A D V O C AT E F O R YO U

O U R E X P E R I E N C E D E S TAT E AT T O R N E Y S provide a comprehensive range of trust and estate planning and administration, charitable giving, wealth management, and elder law services to individuals, families, and businesses. By working closely with our business, tax & real estate sections we are able design a plan for even the most complex matters.

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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.

Fresh Face: Gallery of Modern Masters Z A C H R I C H A R D S O N graduated from Franklin & Marshall college in 1977 with a major in Geology. He flew jets in the Navy which led to a highly diverse business career, and landed him in Arizona opening an art gallery 12 years ago as a hobby. Thirty-seven years later, when college touring with his son brought him back to his alma mater, he was impressed with the changes at the college and Lancaster and eager to get involved. Zach joined the F&M Alumni Association Board with the intent of finding ways to engage alumni, like himself, who had lost touch with the college after graduation. Struck by the art community and art appreciation in Lancaster, an idea was born.

“Starting an art gallery in Lancaster seemed like the perfect opportunity to bring alumni and students together in a unique learning environment. Presenting an opportunity where alumni could share their wealth of skills and experiences with students in a business environment appeared to be a great vehicle to reconnect 'lost' alumni. At the same time, it offers a virtually unlimited resource for students. In addition, having students connect with alumni while still in college creates a recognized support system for graduates as they venture from college. This connection forms a powerful bond to F&M that will create strong future alumni to support the college.”

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The Gallery of Modern Masters will be Lancaster’s newest destination gallery. The business is owned and operated by F&M alumni and students and will represent artists from around the globe as well as provide an opportunity for college students to show their art. This summer F&M held its first class related to the gallery—a Lancaster marketing case study. Zach sees the gallery as a place to connect the community to art from around the world while connecting the community to the college and  alumni to students. The Gallery of Modern Masters will foster connections and inspire learning across generations, cultures, and continents the way only art can.

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STRONG THINKERS STRONG MAKERS STRONG COMMUNICATORS S I NCE 1982 , PCA&D has been educating the makers of tomorrow.

> PCAD is making its mark on the creative impact of Lancaster.

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design is an anchor for the arts in Lancaster, oering stability and sustainability to the arts in our community and bringing a steady stream of creative, innovative individuals to Lancaster to live and study. D O W N T O W N L A N C A S T E R is home to Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, the only professional-accredited arts college in central PA. PCAD has: Launched the careers of more than 1500 makers—fine artists, illustrators, graphic designers, digital media specialists, and more. Teaches more than 800 local youth and adults in its continuing education, professional development, and enrichment courses. Employs more than 100 professional artists every semester. Brings national and internationally known artists yearly to our gallery, visited by more than one thousand people annually. Owns 150,000 square feet of space in downtown Lancaster dedicated to creativity.

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Meet in Style at the l anc a ster art s hotel

Be Inspired Perfect for meetings up to 20 people Rotating artwork High-speed wi-fi, LCD projector, screen, flip charts, white boards, and conference phone all available and included with room rental cost. Direct inquiries to Erica Dabose, edabose@lancasterartshotel.com

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GALA 2017 j oi n u s for a p e r fec t pai ri ng

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 LANCASTER COUNTRY CLUB attention all oenophiles & gourmets! You are invited to a night of exceptional wine and sumptuous food on Saturday, October 21 for the 19th annual Wine Heart Gala, benefiting the Heart & Vascular Institute.

auction of vintage wines 2016 wine spectator top 12 wine raffle

Call 717.544.5513 or visit LGHealth.org/WineHeartGala for tickets and information on the wine event of the year.

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Welcome Home ready for your next big move?

contact gil lyons today! As a Realtor, Gil brings 34 years of real estate business experience to RE/MAX and his clients. Serving all of Lancaster County, and specializing in School Lane Hills and the West End of Lancaster.

agent gil lyons Schoollanehillsrealestate.com

RE /MA X ASSOCIATES OF L ANCASTER 500 DELP ROAD 717.569.2222 DIRECT: 717.295.9995 GILLYONS.COM

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Trust Concerts S E P T E M B E R 2 8 | 7: 3 0 p m

Trust Theater D E C E M B E R 6 | 7: 3 0 p m

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DECEMBER SONGS

World Music virtuosos.

FEAT U R IN G S ARAH ZA HN & A NDY ROBERTS

O C T O B E R 8 | 7: 3 0 p m

RAN DA L L S C A R LATA & T HE T RU ST COL LECT I VE Compelling chamber music with world-class baritone. OCTOBER 27 | 7 pm

C HA M B E R S IN G E R S 1 0 T H A N N I V E R S ARY CO N CE RT

Tony Award-winning composer Maury Yeston’s December Songs, written for Carnegie Hall’s centennial celebration. D E C E M B E R 11 & 12 | 7: 3 0 p m

VO C E S 8

An a cappella Christmas “The slickest of the lot . . . fans of a cappella ought to hear this.” —BBC Radio 3

Celebrating a decade of a cappella excellence.

N O V E M B E R 5 & 12 | 7 p m

A NIGHT IN THE CIT Y: MOTOW N S OUNDS Dinner at Aussie and the Fox at 5 pm followed by a high-energy cabaret. N O V E M B E R 16 – 19 | 7: 3 0 p m

DR. JE KYLL & MR. H YDE F EATURING JEREMY KENDA LL

World premiere performance.

N O V E M B E R 1 0 | 7: 3 0 p m LANC A STER N E W S O UN D S P RES EN T S

D UO C H I A ROS C U RO A moving exploration of modern music.

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FOR A FULL LISTING OF UPCOMING EVENTS, please visit lancastertrust.com.


LIFE BUILT OUTDOORS Visit Penn Stone and create a place to make memories.

your resource for

OUTDOOR FURNITURE • BRICK • STONE + HARDSCAPING FIREPLACES + FIRE PITS • OUTDOOR LIVING ACCESSORIES 190 WEST ROSS STREET 717.735.1922 PATIOPENNSTONE.COM

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A section of “Trubute to Cabbage Hill” mural on Poplar Street.

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This world is but a canvas to our imagination. HENRY DAVID THOREAU / poetry dude

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In Step with Our Community LinoArtTM MarmoretteTM Linoleum LS000 - Parrot Green LS076 – Yellow Straw

G I V E B A C K . It’s a small statement that can create a world of difference and one that stands as a core value at Armstrong Flooring. Our mission is to inspire spaces where people live, work, learn, heal, and play SM. To that end, we delight in supporting organizations where today’s investment can have a lasting impact in our community. That’s why we’re proud of our employees for cheerfully investing in the United Way of Lancaster County. Whether it’s pledging in our workplace campaign, participating in Day of Caring, or collecting sneakers to help children put their best foot forward in school—together, we can harness our collective power to support this wonderfully unique Lancaster County community we love to call home.

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Explore the Past, in the Heart of Lancaster! TA K E A B I T E O U T of natural history while touring the North Museum's Dinosaur Gallery. With hands-on, interactive exhibits, the whole family will love getting up close and personal with ancient life.

400 COLLEGE AVENUE 717.358.3941 NORTHMUSEUM.ORG

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GIVING BACK Making a difference in the lives of others.

Giving Back: Annie Diaz

A N N I E D I A Z B E L I E V E S that giving back is its own reward. Born in Reading, raised partially in Puerto Rico, and now a long-time Lancaster resident, she has always felt compelled to put her heart and soul into her work, family, and community. In addition to working full time and running her own business, she has found an outlet for her passion for people, growth, and her culture in her work at the Latin American Cultural Center (LACC). LACC is a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating and preserving Latin American Culture and heritage through various educational, civic, and charitable activities. The organization is also dedicated to promoting cross-cultural experiences in Lancaster and excels at bringing Latinos and non-Latinos together for community events. Annie puts her time, heart, passion, and energy into causes and events that she believes will benefit the entire community. She does this with a heart for connecting people to themselves and to one another. You can engage with LACC on Facebook to find out about exciting opportunities to connect, concerts, STEM events, educational experiences, contests, festivals, and more! “The most important thing that I’ve learned when giving back to the community is that when we give out, it all comes back to us, and so much more.” The reward for all of her hard work? Gratitude, smiling faces, and knowing that she’s making a positive difference for her Latino community and her Lancaster community at the same time, opening doors of opportunity. Latin American Cultural Center (LACC) is a 501 (c). lancasterlacc.org

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Where

Art & Faith Meet

UPCOMING EVENTS September 10 Back to Church Sunday October 6 First Friday "Street Cafe" Featuring Temple Avenue Jazz 5:30 - 8 pm | Drop in November 5 Wesley Singers

The sketchbooks of Brian Lehman, worship arts director. 29 EAST WALNUT STREET

717.394.7231

ENGAGEGODFIRST.ORG

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Shot at the Lancaster Arts Hotel

Inspired style for every woman CLOTHING JEWELRY ACCESSORIES UNEXPECTED EXTRAS

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Hard at work

committed to the city of lancaster & those who preserve it

lancaster galleries helps to preserve the art of the city through their restoration services. The craft of restoration requires knowledge, experience, and understanding—the same skills utilized by the Puffer Morris team to find the perfect home to suit a client's needs. Since 1982 Puffer Morris has helped people buy and sell their homes. Puffer Morris is Lancaster's local, independent real estate agency, committed to selling and marketing great places in the city and beyond. The Puffer Morris Team inside Lancaster Galleries, left to right: John Spidaliere, Brian Altimare, Ric Tribble, Mary Tribble, Jenny Orsag, Janelle Ellis & Scott Haverstick.

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Always in good taste

New for Fall Chilean Sea Bass en Papillote: Rosemary Yukon potatoes, zucchini, yellow squash, cherry tomatoes, fresh lemon, thyme, white wine 402 NORTH QUEEN STREET, L ANCASTER

717.394.2422

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creating economic opportunity and cultivating entrepreneurial leadership for women in lancaster.

ASSETS creates economic opportunity and cultivates entrepreneurial leadership to alleviate poverty and build vibrant, sustainable communities.

women have a powerful role to play in transforming the community

through business. Women represent 51% of the population in Lancaster County, but only 29% of businesses are women owned. The Women’s Business Center offers tools needed to help women change their communities through business. With expert coaches and trainers providing valuable resources to help ensure business success, The Women’s Business Center at ASSETS serves to support small business owners who are starting or expanding their businesses. We support our entrepreneurs with the following types of programs:

SEMINARS | TRAININGS | ONE ON ONE COACHING | ACCELERATORS | BOOT CAMPS

While extra consideration is given to specific challenges and issues for women entrepreneurs, our programs serve all— women, men, and racial and ethnic minorities.

FEATURED ASSETS WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS lush bazaar timbrel chyatee

that shuu girl nicole vazquez

fruition collective rose luciano

typothecary letterpress megan zettlemoyer

Lush Bazaar is a socially-conscious fashion line that aims to empower, inspire, and connect women through fashion. They work closely with underprivileged women in India, providing them with a stable work environment and income. In return, Lush Bazaar produces beautiful handmade items; clothing, accessories, and home decor. When you buy Lush Bazaar products, you are becoming a part of a story. You are becoming connected to these strong women who put their energy, talents, and strengths to use through such products. Lush Bazaar loves Fashion but more than that, they love making a positive impact in this world even more.

That Shuu Girl Boutique is a women's clothing store that carries a wide range of ecofriendly, vegan, made in the USA, ethically and locally made items. These items range from shoes, clothing, home decor, and accessories.

Fruition Collective’s mission is to present innovative examples of alternative music, performance, visual art, poetry, and educational programming. This venue offers a space for both rising and established artists of all backgrounds.

That Shuu Girl strives to bring the latest fashion trends, styles, and highest quality apparel to your wardrobe and our community.

They provide a safe and inclusive space for residents of the City of Lancaster of all colors, backgrounds, orientations, and status. Here, they are provided with opportunities to learn, disseminate, educate, and share their art with each other and the Lancaster City community.

Typothecary Letterpress strives to create products that will not be discarded but will be held onto for a lifetime. They focus on helping their clients make a lasting impression through the combination of the client’s stories and Typothecary Letterpress’ design and printing.

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100 SOUTH QUEEN STREET

717.393.6089

ASSETSPA .COM

Whether you are inviting guests to an event, or giving a special gift, Typothecary Letterpress promises that their letterpress goods will make a great impression that will leave your guests and friends wanting more!

Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration


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Pre-Planning Traditional Funeral & Graveside Services Celebration of Life Services On-Site Cremation Veteran Services Green Burials Pet Cremation Granite Monuments & Bronze Markers Serves All Faiths and Cultures Habla Español


Moravian Manor Proudly Presents: AN ENGAGING COMMUNITY PROGRAM

“A Conversation with

Elizabeth Vargas:

Behind the Headlines” Monday, October 23, 2017

Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square Cash Bar 6 – 7 p.m. | Dinner served 7:15 p.m. ELIZABETH VARGAS, co-anchor of ABC’s 20/20 and

author of “Between Breaths: A Memoir of Panic and Addiction” released in 2016, was credited by The New York Times for reinvigorating the news magazine format with her “intellectually brave” reporting. During her career, she has interviewed leaders from around the world including President Bush, and has anchored ABC News coverage of live, breaking news stories including the deaths of President Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy, Jr., and covering Hurricane Katrina’s devastation from the U.S. Gulf Coast. She won an Emmy in 2000 for Outstanding Instant Coverage of a News Story for anchoring live coverage of the Elian Gonzalez case. She also has interviewed a number of celebrities, including: Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Skoll, Sheryl Crow, Madonna, Johnny Depp, Jessica Simpson, Mick Jagger, Drew Barrymore, Dan Brown, and Cat Stevens.

AWARD-WINNING ABC NEWS ANCHOR AND CORRESPONDENT Ticket sales start August 25 $100 each • Seating is limited

www.moravianmanor.org

With her signature candor and insight, Vargas provides audiences with a behind-the-scenes look at today’s live news reporting, and also bravely discusses how alcoholism has affected her life and career, and why she chose to publicly share her struggle and ongoing recovery.

300 West Lemon Street | Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-0214 | www.moravianmanor.org

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Unleashing Lancaster's Future

Cultivate Lancaster Entrepreneurs Forum presented by Lancaster City Alliance and Assets.

SCORE business volunteer mentoring to help entrepreneurs thrive.

Malachi Vincent & Nikki Gordon of Atollo Prep network with Sam & Cindy Guo, owners of Silantra Asian Street Kitchen at a Cultivate Lancaster Entrepreneurs Forum.

connector Acting as a conduit within the small business community to navigate the path to success through linking to support services, business resources, problem solving daily issues, and serve as a trusted adviser on issues that are vital to success and growth.

facilitator Providing a forum for the merchant and small business community to meet, discuss, and take positive action with our vibrant monthly Merchant Meetings.

promoter Serving as a promoter of the entrepreneurial spirit as a co-host, with Assets, of the Cultivate Lancaster Entrepreneurs Forums. These events offer unique opportunities for budding entrepreneurs to discover resources, brainstorm ideas, be inspired by established business leaders, and learn from one another.

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200 Cultivate attendees learn about fresh ideas, resources and small business services available in the community.


Jim & Angus are both wearing Dutz Eyewear frames, made in Holland.

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29 KELLER AVENUE, L ANCASTER 717.399.2020 | 4229 OREGON PIKE, BROWNSTOWN 717.626.2020 ALBRIGHTOPTICIANS.NET

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2017 SOCIAL MISSION:

Clare House 's Our Volunteers! Clare House coordinates over 200 volunteers annually to do a variety of regular and one-time tasks like cleaning, child care, painting, gardening, utility work, and renovations to help keep overhead as low as possible. By combining these volunteer hours and the donations from the Lancaster community, Clare House can continue supporting families in need. Two recent volunteers, Stephen Daniels and Tony Astarita, have made powerful, immediate impact.

Volunteer Bill Eichorst (from Stephen Daniels Electrical)

stephen daniels is a local electrician that always has Clare House on his busy schedule. He inspects all emergency exit lights, overhead lighting, and other bulbs to ensure the house is in great shape for the families there. “Steve is a genuine tradesman,” said Eva Dombrowski, Executive Director of Clare House. “It’s hard to find service technicians that get the mission and care about the clients like Steve does.” tony astarita has also recently become part of the volunteer team for Clare House. “The best volunteers do exactly what Tony did,” said Dombrowski. “With a heart for the cause he reached out and said ‘What do you need?’” He spent almost 100 hours of hard work that included revitalizing the backyard space with new fencing and playset for the

Volunteer Caitlin Heckman

kids, and securing a grant for garden beds that gives opportunity for the families to grow their own food. These two examples showcase the amazing efforts of Clare House volunteers and the great impact they have on making sure families are sustained, cared for, and comfortable.

Clare House regularly needs volunteers for many different parts of the organization. Become a volunteer for Clare House and you can also make a huge difference for the families here. To donate or learn more about Clare House, visit clarehouselancaster.org.

AT F I G , we believe in the power of a community that works together to identify needs and find solutions—one that creates connections and is passionate about helping its neighbors. For our 2017 Social Mission Partner, we have chosen Clare House, an impactful non-profit whose good work contributes immensely to our thriving, local community.

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In-Office Power Teeth Whitening Cleanings & Exams Dental Implants Tooth-Colored Fillings Crowns & Bridges Root Canal Procedures Dental Extractions Full & Partial Dentures

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F R I D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 9 T H

8 pm | LOUNGE 42 AT THE WARE CENTER

Tickets $20 | 21+

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S U N D AY, O C T O B E R 1 S T 3 pm | THE WARE CENTER

A traditional full length concert (including intermission) but infused with Allegro’s musical trademark – JOY! These concerts bring power, passion and excitement center stage. Vodka tasting and desserts available one hour before the concerts.

Tickets $25

STUDENTS $5 CHILDREN FREE ALLEGROL ANCASTER.ORG

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After

Armstrong World Industries & The Armstrong World Industries Foundation

Making a Difference

I N O U R C O M M U N I T I E S …W H E R E W E L I V E , W O R K , L E A R N , H E A L & P L AY Before

A R M S T R O N G W O R L D I N D U S T R I E S D O N AT E S ACO U S TI C A L C E I LI N G S A N D WA LL S , T R A N S F O R M I N G H O W T H E B OY S & G I R L S C L U B ' S HILL CLUBHOUSE GYM LOOKS AND SOUNDS! This is part of Armstrong World Industries’ participation in the renovations of the Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster’s Hill Clubhouse and new South Duke St. locations—by providing in-kind ceilings and wall products, design and engineering expertise, and installation services. As part of phase one, AWI focused on improving the acoustics in the Hill Clubhouse gym on Water St., shown here, before and after. More than 5,500 sq. ft. of ceilings and walls were installed in a custom configuration that includes the Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster logo and custom blue color along with outstanding acoustical performance. The Armstrong World Industries Foundation is also supporting the renovations with funding.

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717.397.0611 ARMSTRONG.COM

S C O T T M C L E L L A N , C O O , B OY S & G I R L S C L U B O F L A N C A S T E R S A I D , “The gym looks great and, even more importantly, it sounds great! With the help of the Armstrong World Industries and Red Rose Interiors teams, Armstrong acoustical ceilings and walls are part of our clubhouse, making a huge difference in the experience our kids and staff have here every day. In the gym alone, we’ve reduced noise levels by 63% which is truly remarkable. We can actually hear each other now. While it can still be loud at times—because this space is for kids to be kids and play—it’s much more manageable, and we can get each other’s attention and talk when we need to. That’s important to all of us. It’s comfortable and fun to be in here, and we are so proud to have this space in our clubhouse.”


P R E S E R V I N G T H E A R M S T R O N G L E G A C Y… A PA R T N E R S H I P B E T W E E N A W I , T H E A W I F O U N D AT I O N A N D L A N C A S T E R H I S T O R Y. O R G “This archive represents an irreplaceable legacy that spans two centuries and covers the globe,” said Robin E. Sarratt, vice president of LancasterHistory.org. “Armstrong has been a pioneer and leader in industry, product innovation, marketing, and interior design as well as one of the largest employers in Lancaster contributing to the business and cultural community of the county. We at LancasterHistory.org are honored to help safeguard this rich resource and ensure it is part of the Lancaster story for generations to come.” The outcome of the project will be a professionally catalogued, digitized collection accessible to the county, researchers, academics, and hobbyists. The project is underway, with completion of the cataloging project expected in 2018.

A W I & T H E A W I F O U N D AT I O N S U P P O R T T H E LANCASTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND THE 11 5 E A S T K I N G B U S I N E S S H U B Armstrong World Industries worked with design firm RLPS to create ceiling solutions throughout the building that delivered a contemporary, elegant, bright aesthetic while maximizing natural light, integrating LED lighting and technology, and managing acoustical stability. “Between the financial support from the Armstrong World Industries Foundation and the outstanding Armstrong ceiling solutions that are on every floor of the building, the company was a great partner in the success of our new facility. On behalf of the Chamber and our partners, I would like to thank them for helping us to create a beautiful space for the business community at 115 East King!” – Tom Baldrige, President & CEO, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce


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Inspired by creativity from across our community, the Community Foundation created a musical metaphor to celebrate the many different passions we have for Lancaster County and our shared commitment to the next generation.

LET’S SHAPE THE FUTURE OF THIS LANC TOGETHER. This project is an extraordinary collaboration between the Community Foundation, GP Film & Photography, and The Sugartank.

L ANCFOUND.ORG


DOING GOOD IS SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE

The team at Fig Industries specializes in branding,

By donating to ReStore, Fig Industries is cultivating

package design, print design, and marketing to

community partnership within the city.

promote and enhance businesses all over the nation. Their mantra, Design for Good, features an even bigger objective at the core of everything they do: impacting and enriching communities. Recently Fig Industries moved locations and donated its gently used furniture to Lancaster Habitat ReStore.

The resale of their items also helps to build new homes for families in need of places to live. Everyone can be a ReStore Champion. With your donation of gently used building and home materials, our entire community wins.

We love providing space for champions to thrive. Will you join the cause? 155 INDEPENDENCE COURT 717. 293.0250

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WITF IS POWERED BY MAKERS. WITF is powered by makers. From producers and editors to designers and videographers, they bring stories about and for our community to life. One of those makers is Motion Graphic Artist & Interactive Designer Tom Downing. Every day he turns our ideas into reality. From concept to creation, Tom’s design aesthetic and creativity makes WITF’s television motion graphics stand out. His tools are a computer & After Effects. The results are pure magic!

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We built THIS city (with heart and soul)

We've helped create some of Lancaster's most MEANINGFUL PLACES Passenger Coffee Roasters

Photos by Mike Miville, MM Visuals mmivillevisuals.com

Lancaster County Community Foundation (interior)

Blakinger Thomas (interior)

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TO N O G RO U P. C O M LUCA Wood-Fired Italian Kitchen

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SEP T EMBE R 18K –K 24 E AT YO U R W AY T H R O U G H L A N C A S T E R C I T Y Go ahead, explore the offerings of our diverse local restaurant participants during Lancaster City Restaurant Week. Find out why everyone is talking about Lancaster City’s increasingly extraordinary dining scene.

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TA S T E T H E WO R L D OCTOBER 13 & 28, NOVEMBER 10

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Local Events

Sponsored by Fig 2 0 1 7 W I N E H E A RT G A L A OCTOBER 21

lghealth.org/wineheartgala T H E G O V E R N O R ’ S AWA R D S F O R T H E A RT S I N P E N N S Y LVA N I A OCTOBER 21K–K26

pagovartslanc.com. T H E 3 9 T H A N N U A L LO N G ’ S PA R K L A B O R D AY W E E K E N D A RT F E S T I VA L SEPTEMBER 1 - 3

M O R AV I A N M A N O R P R E S E N T S “ A C O N V E R S AT I O N W I T H E L I Z A B E T H VA R G A S ” OCTOBER 23

longspark.org

moravianmanor.org

5 T H A N N U A L L AT I N A M E R I C A N C U LT U R A L F E S T I VA L SEPTEMBER 9, 2K–K9 pm

L A N C A S T E R I N T E R N AT I O N A L S H O RT F I L M F E S T I VA L NOVEMBER 9K–K11

lancasterlacc.org

lancastershortfilmfest.com

Sponsored by Fig

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LANCASTER CITY R E S TA U R A N T W E E K SEPTEMBER 18-24

F I G P R E V I E W N I G H T: A C H R I S T M A S S T O RY NOVEMBER 15

lancastercityrestaurantweek.com

thefulton.org

Sponsored by Fig

Sponsored by Fig

ALLEGRO ORCHESTRA LANCASTER PRESENTS FIREBIRD SEPTEMBER 30- OCTOBER 1

allegrolancaster.org FA L L A RT WA L K OCTOBER 7 & 8

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF LANCASTER’S A U T H O R ’ S LU N C H E O N D E C E M B E R 1 S T, 1 1 a m

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For a curated list of community events, visit figlancaster.com. O N T H E F O L LOW I N G PA G E S , you’ll find our Community Supporters— businesses committed to a thriving downtown. Although they may not be located in the city, they believe in the power of buying local and shopping small. Take time this fall to visit these businesses—and tell them you found them in Fig!

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MAKING THE MOST of E V E RY M O M E N T C H R I S T I N E H A L L I D AY hosts a web series about the beauty and possibility in each moment. Wild & Precious Now dares us to travel through life bravely, with our eyes and hearts wide open, moment by moment, starting now! I N PA R TN E R S H I P WITH FI G

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First in Pennsylvania Theatre endorsement for teachers

"Theatre brings history to life for students." — B R I A N B O O K E R , C L A S S O F ' 13 MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES M A N H E I M TOW N S H I P S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

if you have a pa ssion for working with s tudent s in the atre and a desire to te ach, our progr a m offers you the opportunit y to do both.

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Berks County’s premier arts and craft festival returns for its 6th year!

OCTOBER 7 & 8 10am - 5pm

Handcrafted gifts, apparel, and artwork shop original works from local and regional artists also featuring : locally-sourced foods with international flare craft beer & wine tastings interior design showcase

Live artist demonstrations visit our studios and learn how things are made Blind Boy Paxton as part of Reading Blues Fest Sunday, Oct. 8 / 1pm

Learn more & purchase tickets at : goggleworks.org

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Caring local experts. Dental Implants Wisdom Tooth Surgery Bone Grafting Botox Root Canals Orthognathic Jaw Surgery Oral Pathology TMJ Disorders

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Sigma Sound Studios, 1977

Willow Valley Communities resident Joseph Tarsia, founder of Sigma Sound Studios

The Founder of the "Philly Sound" W I L L O W VA L L E Y COMMUNITIES RESIDENT J O S E P H TA R S I A is the founder of Sigma Sound Studios — the legendary Philadelphia music studio known for creating the “Sound of Philadelphia.” This is defined in many ways by different musicians, writers, and producers but it can most easily be described by the songs written by the famous song writing team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff (Gamble & Huff).

It was these legendary song writers who chose Sigma as their recording base and trusted the production of their music to Joe and his team at Sigma. The “Sound of Philadelphia” became a phenomenon — a phenomenon that sold $10 billion in record sales.

before the digital era. Joe says he worked very hard to “faithfully capture what the musicians created.” We are proud to call this music legend a member of our Lancaster County community.

Joe had a reputation in the music industry for a unique talent that allowed him to achieve a succinct sharpness and crispness to everything he engineered. And this was decades 866.986.6488 WILLOW VALLEYCOMMUNITIES.ORG LIFELIVEDFORWARD.ORG

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caring & compassionate care

Dr. Allysa Adams DMD & Dr. Thomas Sardina, DMD, FAGD, and team. Family Dentistry White Fillings Root Canals Gum Treatments Implants Orthodontics Cosmetic Dentistry and more!

H E A LT H I E R S M I L E S W I T H S A R D I N A D E N TA L G R O U P Sardina Dental Group is dedicated to not only improving your oral health, but also to enhancing your self-confidence and overall happiness, all while building relationships and growing our community. We're the dental experts you can trust!

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c.e. pontz sons inc. is a full-service landscape company located in Lancaster. Their creativity, quirky team, and Master Aquascape Contractor Certification set them apart from the rest. Artfully bringing your vision of a beautiful landscape to life.

Pictured: Adrian Kapp, Bobby Kenyon, and Wes Young

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advanced skin treatments • laser hair removal • microneedling • body contouring/tightening botox and fillers • medical facials and massage

Fall into beauty at Blossom Med Spa!

Alyssa Licatese, Owner of Blossom Med Spa

fall is the time to repair damage from harmful uv rays UV rays cause hyperpigmentation, dehydration, and an uneven complexion. Start considering Laser Rejuvenation or Chemical Peels to improve tone/texture, wrinkles, discolorations, and skin laxity. Pair these treatments with a home care regiment of Hyaluronic Acid, Retinol, and Vitamin C for superior results and gorgeous glowing skin. Other popular fall services include; Laser Hair Removal, Laser Tattoo Removal, Skin Tightening, Microblading, Microneedling, and Botox/Filler Injections. We invite you for a free consultation to determine the best treatment and regimen for your skin!

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We’re Union Community Bank – a local bank. That’s why we’re proud to finance and support more and more growing businesses. Unlike big banks, we’re committed to giving our customers a personal experience and making decisions right here in Lancaster County. We don’t just know the local business community – we’re part of it.

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The East Petersburg Design Team L to R: Elizabeth Riddle, Linda Stabinski, Carol Iredale & Breeanna Fortson

Beautiful spaces by design 5139 MANHEIM PIKE, EAST PETERSBURG 717.560.2120 ETHANALLEN.COM

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Jeffrey Bole, MSPT

Headache relief through physical therapy A N U N D E R U T I L I Z E D T R E AT M E N T O P T I O N

Physical Therapy is an underutilized treatment option for headaches for a variety of reasons including misdiagnosis, the public’s perception of physical therapists’ focus on musculoskeletal systems, and the traditional reliance on pain medication as a first defense. LANCASTER NEUROSCIENCE & S P I N E A S S O C I AT E S (LNSA) is proud to welcome Jeffrey Bole to their Physical Therapy Team as the Director of Rehabilitation Services. With the addition of Jeffrey, LNSA now offers physical therapy treatment for cervicogenic headaches and migraines, an often unknown and underutilized treatment option. Additionally, Jeffrey brings 20 years of experience and expertise in treatment of lumbar and cervical spinerelated conditions.

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Many headache and migraine sufferers often experience concurrent neck pain, tension, stiffness, and/or discomfort with onset of symptoms. Muscles in the cervical region can become tense and tight from things like over use, static postural loading like sitting at a computer, as well as trauma events. These tense and tight muscles can cause referred pain from the cervical region to head and facial regions possibly triggering “migraines.”

gentle joint mobilizations, soft tissue mobilization/myofascial release, and light strengthening and conditioning to improve postural control. The role of the physical therapist is to identify a mechanical trigger of the headache symptoms, restore mobility to the joints, correct muscle imbalances, and manage their symptoms. The challenge lies in determining the type of headache, determining the root cause, and developing an appropriate treatment plan to empower headache sufferers to self-manage their symptoms. TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT, CALL 717.509.6522

Treatment is focused on specific postural, ADL, and work modifications,

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Martin Insurance proudly supports the arts & culture of Lancaster.

“It’s through the generous contributions from sponsors like Martin Insurance Agency that make events like the UTSAV Indian Arts Gala possible. Utsav is a cultural celebration honoring the diversity and artistic talent that exists in Lancaster and is held annually at The Ware Center.” Martin Insurance Agency supports cultural organizations and events in Lancaster County such as the UTSAV Indian Arts Gala, Fulton Opera House, The Millersville University Foundation, Millersville University's Ware Center, The Long’s Park Art Show, Penn Manor Productions, and the Mennonite Economic Development Associates’ World Night Market, to name a few. Martin Insurance Agency is dedicated to helping you with all your business & personal insurance needs throughout Lancaster County, PA. Call us at 717.340.3444 to get your free quote today.

Pictured is Liz Martin of Martin Insurance Agency with Deepa Balepur, President of the Indian Organization of Lancaster County.

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Back to school: Cool backpack Fresh frames Great smile Complimentary consultations Evening & Saturday hours

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