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Art works Meet the artists in our local community. From a sculptor to a painter and everything in between, get to know the creatives in the City of Lancaster who enrich and inspire.
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Making a difference in the lives of others: Garrett Moore.
Making Lancaster weird: Libby Modern.
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artistic anchors Educational institutions in the City of Lancaster that provide a creative foundation for new ideas. PA G E S 1 3 – 1 9
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ON THE COVER: Artist Jennifer Quigley has been expressing herself through her art in Nashville, Detroit, and now Lancaster City, where she lives and creates. Find her work on Instagram at quigley622. See the making of the cover at figlancaster.com.
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I T ’ S H A R D T O P U T A B O U N D A RY around the term creativity. What does it mean to be creative? Whether you put pen to paper, brush to canvas, or foam to latte, we believe you’re building an experience. You’re making something that brings joy, invokes questions, elevates an issue, or communicates the beauty of life around us—be it for yourself or for the world. At Fig, we get up in the morning ready to bring new ideas to life. We express ourselves through visual communication and living out our mission—one click, stroke, swipe, word, and image at a time. The City of Lancaster is always changing and offering new viewpoints for those who live, work, play, and visit. Our City’s educational institutions and leaders are putting innovative thinking first. In this issue, we call them our Artistic Anchors. They offer a supportive foundation for new and thriving creativity. We also pay homage to inspiring individuals who live out their mission to enrich, engage, and spark joy. Since we all experience, react
to, and interpret art differently, this set of creatives ensures there is something accessible to everyone. The impact and influence of their work is endless. We invite you to become immersed in the wonder of creativity and engage with these, and other, inspirational thinkers, artists, and innovators within the Lancaster community. You may even find yourself moved to make something beautiful, too. DEBORAH BRANDT & THE FIG INDUSTRIES TEAM
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Fresh Face: The Studio/Recentered Pieces “IT’S IN MY NATURE to share this excitement and energy—I love creating things, and always have.” Lori Sturgess opened The Studio this month to bring her custom centerpiece sculptures and beautiful linens to Lancaster.
Savannah College of Art & Design, and purchase her first company. Lori began to expand her passion by launching a custom painted linens company which grew to eventually have 1,800 accounts around the country.
As a McCaskey grad, Lori is pleased to be back home to share her creative passion with the community. “Lancaster is a hotbed of arts and music,” says Lori. “I hope to add something new to the scene.”
After 13 years of full-time wholesale production while completing consulting, sales, and marketing work for several international companies, Lori began creating sculptures in partnership with three other artists to form the company that would become Recentered Pieces.
Lori has her degree from the University of Georgia in textile design which led her to chair arts festivals, teach students at
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arrangements rises. Her centerpieces are available for rent for large corporate events, dinner parties, and for purchase as personal gifts or additions to private collections. “I see beauty in many salvaged items and enjoy creating new pieces that celebrate their history and what they can be now. I hope they inspire creative thought in those that observe them and I love to help people tap their own creativity by hosting workshops.” Lori welcomes all to visit The Studio, bringing together both Recentered Pieces and Lori Betts Ltd in Lancaster.
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Hidden Gem. Most people don’t know us … yet. A place to experience, to explore, to engage, the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College has an impressive collection of art. From Andy Warhol to Japanese artifacts (want to see an 18thcentury samurai warrior?) to fraktur, furniture and much more.
Our latest exhibits open Aug. 28, 2018. Step into Colette Fu’s world of ancestral China through her evocative pop-up books, and see portraits of Civil War soldiers printed on the flesh of leaves by artists Binh Danh and Robert Schultz. We’re open Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat. Sun. noon to 4 p.m.; Thurs. 2-6 p.m.
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A R T I S T I C A N C H O R S are the educational institutions in the City of Lancaster that provide a creative foundation for new ideas and innovation to thrive. Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, the Ware Center at Millersville University, the Phillips Museum at Franklin & Marshall College, and The Trust at Lancaster Bible College all offer ways for the community to engage and broaden perspectives through exhibits, continuing education, and performance. We are honored to have these institutions helping to impact our City for the better. Learn more about each Artistic Anchor on the following pages and explore our monthly Artistic Anchors event blog on figlancaster.com.
PCA&D ALUMNI SHAPING LANCASTER, T O D AY A N D F O R T O M O R R O W
Community leadership: J E F F T I S C H E R (class of 2001)
is a member of the SoWe (Southwest) Neighborhood Leadership Board, and helped spearhead the revitalization plan for the city’s diverse neighborhood. He’s also an entrepreneur and the owner of graphic design firm Vine Street Studio.
Creative entrepreneurship: A L I C I A B Y L E R (class of 1990) is the co-owner of Telltale Dress and curator of vintage fashion. She re-purposes and crafts reimagined, beautiful, and timeless objects for new life. telltaledress.com
Beautifying Lancaster: J U S T I N J O N E S (class of 2007) Community impact: G A R R E T T M O O R E (class of
2015) is a creative arts specialist at Friendship Heart Gallery, an organization that expresses capabilities of individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism through art and creative processes. friendshipart.net Read more about Garrett, our Fig Giving Back on page 24.
is an artist and illustrator, working with Lancaster Public Art to convene and engage artists and residents to reimagine neglected landscapes and public areas facebook.com/jjonesillustration
M I K E M O L L A was blown away by the caliber of faculty and students he met when he first toured the campus at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design. “The soul of this college is remarkable,” says Molla. “I found it exhibited on the walls and in the studios I visited, but also in the intangibles, like the programs and collaborations the students and faculty were involved in with the larger community.” Molla began his tenure as PCA&D President this summer, taking the helm from President Mary Colleen Heil, who retired after 26 years. He is set to lead the College, which draws some of the brightest young artists from the region and beyond, and cultivate a new generation of creative minds, business owners, trailblazers, and leaders. Molla comes from a long and successful track at the prestigious Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. When Molla visited the college, faculty immediately demonstrated to him their focus on the students. “I could see the faculty members’ commitment to their students in how they introduced me to the creatives they work with, in the way they knew their students and challenged them, how they imparted their life lessons, and how they communicated in new and engaging ways with their students.” The faculty at PCA&D are all professional artists with deep connections in the regional, national, and global art world. Having faculty and alumni with successful careers and influence on the arts and creative scenes in cities far and wide helps PCA&D, which offers a competitive, four-year, studio-focused BFA. PCA&D’s gallery, located in its main building at 204 N0rth Prince Street on the edge of Lancaster’s Gallery Row, hosts a rotating list of cutting-edge exhibitions curated from the US and around the world. “When you look at our alumni, and the kinds of jobs and careers graduates
move into, you can see how a BFA is being used in so many imaginative, transformative, and catalytic ways,” says Molla. Molla is excited to see PCA&D graduates working to push the creative boundaries in the fields of communications, medicine, technology, and even robotics with their BFA degrees. And what better place to cultivate the thought leaders and emerging artists of the future than right here in Lancaster? “Lancaster is a city that represents a culturally rich history with a new vision of the modern American urban environment,” he observes. “And students from across the country are becoming the creative leaders and workforce in these types of cities. Cities like Lancaster are cultivating and containing amazing talent, so that you don’t have to go to places like New York and Chicago and LA to find quality and leading industry partners.” “Lancaster is a lot like Baltimore insofar as we have several colleges right here in the city,” says Molla. “I’m excited to explore new ways for us to all work collaboratively with each other for the greater good of this city, and the students who will shape our future.”
Warm Welcome, Mike Molla, President, PCA&D
With more than 10,000 students studying with world-class faculty throughout the Lancaster region, it is not surprising to see Lancaster’s exciting, collaborative, and diverse future.
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Warm Welcome, Dr. Daniel A. Wubah, President, Millersville University MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY (MU), may have a campus in the suburbs, but this school is making a profound mark on the City of Lancaster in so many ways, particularly the arts. With its newly minted Tell School of Music and energetic new president, MU is making waves for both its student body and our community by providing world-class cultural opportunities and a student-focused approach to arts education that empowers young artists to become the next generation of creative leaders. Plus, the university’s dual performing arts centers, The Ware and Winter Centers, are fast becoming Lancaster County’s home for the cultural arts. The 2018-19 season at both the Ware and Winter Centers will host more than 100 events, from Flamenco dance to Macbeth. The cornerstone of it all is Steinman Hall, a state-of-theart performance facility at The Ware Center, which hosts dance, theater, and music performances from around the globe. Upstairs in the atrium is Club 42, an intimate jazz and cabaret club where acts like the Colombian-born harp virtuoso Edmar Castaneda and the ebullient global ensemble Mwenso
and the Shakes play while audience members can enjoy the full bar and small plates from Merrymaker Catering. A full family-centered theater, music, and dance program caters to the youngest aesthetes among us. On campus, the Tell School of Music is able to provide scholarships for students pursuing careers in music, bring in outstanding performers and experts in different fields of music to work with students, and provide resources for programs in the community, made possible by a $2 million endowment from Lancaster philanthropist Patrick J. Tell. The on-campus Winter Center features a diverse lineup of student performances throughout the school year. This will be Millersville President Daniel Wubah’s first school year here in Lancaster. He comes from a long career in executive level college administration, most recently at Washington & Lee University in Virginia. On his first visit to MU, Wubah was immediately impressed by the connection he witnessed between the university and the Lancaster community. “The Ware Center is one of the strongest and most unique aspects
of the University as it shows the bond here between the university and the community and also provides our students with incredible opportunities to witness and learn from masters of their crafts,” says Wubah. “It’s different from being on a campus where you just consume art shows. Our students get to see the life of an artist through unique opportunities to meet and work with the artists who come through our performing arts centers.” Wubah’s academic expertise is in microbiology, but his passion for the arts is deep-rooted. Wubah grew up around a family of artists in Ghana. His uncle, older brother, and three of his cousins were all artists. “Personally, arts mean a great deal to me because of my family and my upbringing,” he says. “But professionally, I believe art is fundamental in a well-rounded education and invaluable to all communities. And here at MU, art is woven in the entire fabric of the campus.” Wubah is a drummer, and would like to follow in the footsteps of his predecessor by joining in some of the university’s campus bands this school year.
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Jazz and cabaret in a club setting, complete with intimate table seating at the Ware Center Atrium, cash bar, and optional small plates.
Jazz vocals Gabrielle Stravelli, Pick Up My Pieces: The Music of Willie Nelson October 19
Jazz Harpist Edmar Castaneda
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International and local acts perform in one of our three venues: the stateof-the-art Steinman Hall at the Ware Center, the Winter Center at Clair or Biemesderfer Halls.
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Diverse and affordable shows ($10 Adult/$5 Student) make live arts accessible for families. Kids activities provided by local groups, including Fig, are offered in the lobby one hour prior to each show.
The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra
Dan Zanes and Claudia Eliaza: Night Train 57 (Winter Center) January 19
PA Ballet II: Prince Charming May 4
Sonia De Los Santos Quintet: â€œCuatroâ€? de Mayo
The Strange Case of Jekyll & Hyde December 13
January 24 & 25
Flamenco Vivo February 14
Mnozil Brass: Cirque February 28
The Other Mozart April 11
Dallas String Quartet
Jazz Pianist Fred Hughes Trio February 2
Jazz - Roots: Mwenso & the Shakes
Mwenso & the Shakes
PRESENTS I N 19 3 3 , L A N C A S T E R B I B L E C O L L E G E (LBC) was founded in Downtown Lancaster, just a few blocks from where The Trust Performing Arts Center sits in the City’s arts district today. LBC has since moved three miles north of the city center to a beautiful 100acre suburban campus. When its newly formed Music, Worship, and Performing Arts department was experiencing unprecedented growth in 2013, a local family purchased the historic Lancaster Trust Company building and promised it to the college if they could turn it into a viable center for the arts. Thus, The Trust Performing Arts Center was born. From the unassuming entrance to the building, you would never know you were stepping into a Beaux-Arts masterpiece designed by C. Emlen Urban. (Rumor has it that Urban designed the bank to resemble the original Penn Station in New York). Once home to the region’s largest bank, The Trust Performing Arts Center’s Great Hall boasts ornate 50-foot vaulted ceilings and astounding live acoustics. This plays a major role in the concerts they present. “Over the past four years, we have learned what sort of artists sound best in the Great Hall,” says Dr. Robert Bigley, Director. “When we get it right, the experience is unforgettable.” The Trust’s Fifth Anniversary Season in 2018 – 2019 features favorites from previous years such as the Grammynominated New York Polyphony, Lancaster pianist Christopher Shih and friends, Van Cliburn medalist Daniel Hsu, and the newly christened Fischoff winners Donald Sinta Quartet. “The pinnacle of this season comes this December,” says Bigley, “when we present the preeminent a cappella vocal ensemble The King’s Singers during their 50 th Anniversary Tour.”
The Black Box Theatre, an intimate 90seat space, provides center stage for local theatre companies. This year’s series includes the hilarious “The Man Who Came to Dinner”; a two-person, familyfriendly rendition of “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe”; as well as the oneman show, “Bonhoeffer in Prison.” Across the hall, an elegant wood-paneled room, originally built as the bank’s executive office, provides the perfect setting for the two-man show “Freud’s Last Session.” Downstairs in the Square Halo Gallery, The Trust hosts a popular lecture series by The Row House Forum and displays various art exhibits rotating on a bimonthly basis. Named in Fig’s 10th anniversary edition as one of the decade’s game-changers, The Trust has lived up to its mission “To honor God by encouraging excellence in the work of student and professional artists and by enriching [their] community through inspiring, challenging, and redemptive experiences.” The impact of The Trust inspired its Director to begin a similar series at Lancaster Bible College. “The launch of our Arts & Culture Series on LBC’s main campus is truly a testament to the success we’ve experienced downtown,” says Bigley. “The college’s 1,200-seat Good Shepherd Chapel allows us to bring artists such as The 5 Browns, Julliard-trained siblings who travel with five Steinway grand pianos, and the Charleston based roots/jazz ensemble Ranky Tanky.” The students of the college Chorale will share the stage with Ranky Tanky, who topped the Billboard jazz charts with their self-titled debut album in late 2017.
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2018/2019 Season Highlights CONCERTS Thu, Oct 4 Donald Sinta Quartet Fri, Nov 9 The 5 Browns* Tue & Wed, Dec 4 & 5 The King’s Singers Thu, Jan 24 Daniel Hsu Sun & Mon, Feb 17 & 18 New York Polyphony
Fri, Mar 22 Ranky Tanky with Lancaster Bible College Chorale*
Sat, Nov 24 & Sat, Dec 1, 8, 15 & 22 The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe
Thu, May 2 Christopher Shih & Friends
Fri & Sat, Feb 8 & 9 Bonhoeffer in Prison
T H E AT R E Thu – Sun, Oct 25 – 28 & Nov 1 – 3 The Man Who Came to Dinner
Fri – Sun, Mar 29 – 31 Freud’s Last Session
DANCE Sat & Sun, Nov 17 & 18 The Durang Dance Collective presents A-Y Dancers
*These concerts will take place in LBC’s Good Shepherd Chapel. Artists, dates, and times are subject to change.
For a full listing of events and all other information, please call 717.560.8241, visit lbc.edu/events or lancastertrust.com.
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F R E S H FA C E Welcoming new businesses to the City of Lancaster.
Fresh Face: The Green Room Organic Salon KRISTEN LOBB believes that just one person making one conscious choice can make a big difference. Through the Green Room Organic Salon, Kristen and her Salon Manager, Courtney Whipple, feel good about bringing the opportunity for organic, ethical, intentional beauty to their new neighborhood. The Green Room offers a personalized, boutique salon experience that will have clients walking out feeling as good on the inside as they look on the outside. The salon’s distinction begins with the main product lines used: trusted organic brands from companies that produce socially conscious and environmentally responsible products. Kristen says new clients are in for a feel-good experience
through and through, “from the way your hair feels and smells, to the way ethical and organic beauty products make you feel good about the impact you’re having, to the welcome and friendship that is found in the salon”! The Green Room is proud to feature the full line of products from Oway. Oway (Organic Way) is the world’s first professional hair color, care, and styling line with organic, ammoni-free, crueltyfree, Peta Certified, ethically produced, fair trade ingredients. They grow active botanicals and produce pure essential oils at their own biodynamic farms in Bologna, Italy. From farm to salon chair they ensure that your multi-sensorial, non-toxic salon experience is chemicalfree and eco-friendly. All of Oway’s
packaging is recycled, recyclable, or eco-certified. With twelve years of experience and another successful salon—Aurora, based in Mt. Joy—Kristen is passionate about the beauty needs of her clientele as well as preserving the beauty of the planet. Courtney, a Certified Deva Curl stylist with seven years of experience, has played a large role in getting the salon open and manages the dayto-day operations. With a versatile skillset, the team at The Green Room shares a genuine care for their clients, passion for the beauty industry, and an intentionality in eco-friendly and ethical beauty, a beauty that is truly sustainable and enduring.
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Cristian Teneo Winner of the LCDS Excellence in the Visual Arts Award
“LCDS encourages me to be who I want to be.”
F O R C R I S T I A N T E N E O, art has always been a constant—no matter how much he’s been challenged academically over the years at Country Day. Whether it was sketching alongside his class notes, or using a camera, art has always helped him voice his perspective in some form or another. It has allowed Cristian to see the world through various lenses, and appreciate the work of others at the same time. Throughout his senior year at Lancaster Country Day School, Cristian kept a
journal that reads “Art is for Everybody” on the front cover. “It has become a tool for me to merge my drawing and writing, to develop ideas, and document my inspirations and aspirations,” says Cristian. “Especially so as I move on from LCDS after graduation.” LCDS gave Cristian the opportunity to study abroad in Spain and to stand in the same room as Pablo Picasso’s painting ‘Guernica’ which is where he realized that he wanted to pursue art as a major in college and make it a career.
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Cristian will be attending Dickinson College this fall, where he intends to double major by pairing studio art with a field in the social sciences. “I will continue to explore both academically and creatively, and I hope to use art to help the communities I have been a part of and the ones I have yet to learn about.” To find out more about the exceptional education environment at Lancaster Country Day School, please visit lancastercountryday.org.
L I S A A N D D AV I D G R O F F are proud to continue the work of their mother Ellen by supporting the Ellen Arnold Groff series on the fourth floor of the Fulton Theatre. Ellen’s love for Lancaster and for the arts will live on through contemporary shows in this very special setting. The Groffs have been caring for Lancaster families for 120 years.
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GIVING BACK Making a difference in the lives of others.
Giving Back: Garrett Moore GARRETT MOORE CONSIDERS HIMSELF TRULY BLESSED, and feels compelled to give to others because of the people who have poured into his life. Garrett approaches his life and work with gratitude, humility, faith, and curiosity. As a trained visual artist with a BFA degree from PCA&D and as a musical performing artist, creating and making in various forms is a huge part of who Garrett is. Garrett’s role as Creative Arts Specialist at Friendship Heart Galley is to connect the artists with the rest of Lancaster. Friendship Heart Gallery is an extension of Friendship Community, which provides
value through artistic expression to artists with intellectual disabilities and autism. The artists are empowered to create, learn, and collaborate. Garrett is passionate about helping his artists see the world around them and feel seen in return. He takes his artists out with the intention of forging connections and collaboration between the artists and individuals and organizations in the community. Garrett approaches life like an artist. “When an artist looks at a chair, he’s not supposed to assume he knows the chair, but to see it like a child seeing a chair for
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the first time. One of the things I’ve been learning and trying to put into practice is not assuming that I know my community, but to see it anew, to keep looking deeper and then deeper still,” Garrett says. This way of approaching people is just one of the ways Garrett is able to give back in Lancaster. With the gift of helping people feel seen and the passion to foster connection through art and relationship, Garrett is a true ambassador of Friendship who is giving back to the city he loves.
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T H E F I R S T T I M E you stroll through the winding streets of Lancaster’s historic Old Town neighborhood you may never notice the secret gardens, passageways, and shared common spaces hidden behind its beautiful homes. You might also never know this area was condemned to be bulldozed just a few decades ago. Home to some of the most historically significant sites in the City, Old Town is full of little surprises. Inside Duke, Lime, Christian, and Church Streets you will find many historical treasures including the only original 18 th century stable in Lancaster, the preserved colonial home of famous American portrait artist Jacob Eichholtz, and the brick house Milton Hershey shared with his mother in the late 19 th century. But in the 1970s, Old Town was nothing more than a badly deteriorating section of the City where the area’s rich history was buried. That is until private investors including local architects John deVitry and Thomas dePaul and Lancaster steel executives Dale and Calvin High took it upon themselves to revitalize the neighborhood as part of a massive restoration project. The results: a walkable showpiece of modern living where incredibly old and brand new properties sit side by side on winding brick streets, and where each home’s garden is prettier than the next. James Mummert, the Neighborhood Association’s historian, has lived in Old Town since 1981 and witnessed its transition from restoration project to hot real estate market. Old Town
is almost 100% residential (the Fig Industries building on South Duke is one of the only commercial properties in the neighborhood). Residents come together for spring dinners, potluck summer picnics, monthly gatherings at local restaurants, and “clean sweep” days of neighborhood beautification. Cathy Innacola, Chair of the Old Town Home and Garden Tour, moved into a home on Duke Street when she and her husband decided to downsize in their retirement years. “My favorite thing about our home is that it is surrounded by trees, and I can see three church steeples from my backyard,” says Cathy. Cathy’s home shares a private cul de sac with her neighbors, where a collection of vibrant gardens and courtyards converge under cover of lush trees and the steeples at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Crossroads Mennonite Church, and Lord’s House of Prayer. Residents today hail from all over the country and all stages of life, drawn to the neighborhood by its peace and quiet, historic charm, and access to Downtown Lancaster. Walk just a few shady blocks north on Duke Street and you’re in the heart of it all with easy access to delicious takeout from East King Culinary, Silantra, and King Street Cocina. Most residents do their shopping by foot at Central Market and meet up for over-the-hump Wednesdays at nearby watering holes like Annie Bailey’s and Tellus360. “We also live so close to four amazing bakeries: Goldie’s, La Dolce Vita, Barbaret, and Ric’s Bread,” adds Cathy. “And ice cream at Lancaster Sweet Shoppe.” What could be sweeter than that? TEXT OLDTOWN TO 717.327.4359 FOR AN ACTIVE LIST OF ALL OLD TOWN REAL ESTATE.
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Landmarks F U LT O N T H E AT R E Long before television, long before radio, and long before motion pictures, entertainment was found in local taverns and meeting halls throughout the city of Lancaster. According to James S. Henke, former Millersville University professor of theater and communications, there were more than 60 such establishments in Lancaster prior to 1800. The venerable Fulton Hall wasnâ€™t commissioned and designed by renowned theater architect Samuel Sloan until 1852. This stately Italianate structure has remained at the forefront of entertainment in the city ever since its inception. Theater interiors, like fashion design, fall in and out of favor. Within 21 years of its debut, the Fulton Hall was ready for a makeover and the owner retained Philadelphia architect Edwin Forrest Durang to give it a fresh new look: Victorian. Replete with wall to wall carpeting, upholstered seats, gas chandeliers, and a new name, the theater met the expectations of the discerning audience. By the early 1900s there were more than a dozen formal theaters in the city including the The Old Lady of Prince Street, Orange Street Opera House, the Colonial Theater, and the famous Woolworth Building rooftop garden with a seating capacity of 715! The rapid growth of competitors forced Fulton Opera House owner Charles Yecker to retain Lancaster architect C Emlen Urban to redesign the interior one more time. The Victorian motif was considered outdated and Urban replaced it in 1904 with the timeless neoclassical style that we enjoy today. The exterior and interior have withstood the test of time and continue to awe the audiences young and old alike; a true testimony to sustainable LancasterHistory.org design principles!
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“OUR PURPOSE is to empower orphaned children to long term selfsustainability, permanently breaking the cycle of poverty, by not only providing an authentic family environment where children can thrive, but continuing to provide resources to help them as a young adults. We do this by providing each child a vocational, entrepreneurial, or academic track which will help them effectively transition into adulthood and self-sustainability,” states Daryl Heller, Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board at Horizon. Daryl and other entrepreneurial philanthropists wanted to apply their expansive business expertise to solve the problem of ineffective, institutional orphan care and so founded Horizon. “The most rewarding part of this work is the essence of what we are doing,” adds Daryl, “we rescue, restore, and empower orphaned children to self-sustainability
through a robust and proven Micro Community model.” Jack Eans, President of Horizon, has been in international relief and development for 30 years before coming aboard the organization. “I grew up in a broken family and was a foster child myself,” says Jack, “The reality of what these children go through has always been very close to my own experience. Horizon is a fulfillment of a lifelong dream to help our orphaned children to self-sustainability.” Horizon’s vision is to radically transform the way orphaned children are cared for in order to break the cycle of poverty thus creating a sustainable and successful future. At the core of the community are family homes where children experience the love of caring parents, new brothers and sisters to grow up with, and a focus on education for life which cultivates unity and
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belonging. Currently, Horizon has two Micro Communities in Kenya and has secured two sites in Guatemala. By 2030, Horizon’s plan is to be in 20 countries and build 30 Micro Communities around the world. Explore empowertherorphaned.org for ways you can help Horizon bring hope to orphaned children. HORIZON STATS 140 million orphaned children worldwide. 80% of Horizon youth break the cycle of poverty, obtain good jobs, and are able to give back to their communities. 100% Promise: All Horizon’s administrative costs are covered by philanthropic investors, which means 100% of all donations go toward caring for the children.
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T H E A W I C E I L I N G S D E S I G N T E A M Marie DePaul, Nathan Canfijn, Scott Harnish, Nick Friez, Nathan Baxter, Ryan Hanuschak, and Samuel Pawlak help keep Lancaster looking up by bringing breakthrough innovations like DesignFlexâ„˘ to the market.
Lancaster keeps looking up. Lancaster-based Armstrong World Industries is reinventing the ceiling plane with a series of new product solutions that offer incredible ways to make buildings better for people and planet. Total Acoustics™, Sustain™, and now DesignFlex™ are each pioneering in their own right. Total Acoustics helps block and absorb sound for optimum noise control. Sustain is the first ceiling free of red list chemicals per the Living Building Challenge. DesignFlex offers exciting shape and color possibilities for the ceiling that go far beyond the predictable 2X2 square. Working alone or in combination, this triumvirate of design and performance can transform spaces and make a real difference in how people feel in indoor environments…offices, hospitals, airports, shops, and restaurants, you name it. Armstrong Ceilings & Walls…making a difference where people live, work, learn, heal, and play.
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Joyce Graham Heberlein L A N C A S T E R G A L L E R I E S , managed by Joyce Graham Heberlein, has been providing Lancaster with fine art, framing, and restoration services since 1984. The artists and staff respect the arts and have a dedication to providing quality original work. Joyce has always been captivated by the boldness of mid 20th century painters due to their unique perspective and use of color, texture, and abstracted observation. She has chosen artists to feature over the years based not only on how they create art in a unique, alternative way, but because of their honesty and passion for their work. A big issue, noted Joyce, is the change in habits of the consumer. Access to viewing art and conversing about art is different today. Itâ€™s a challenge to maintain the values of fine art that go beyond art as a product in todayâ€™s fastpaced environment. However, Joyce mentions that the greatest reward is still being able to share conversation with artists and non-artists. The decision to locate the gallery in Lancaster City in the late 1980s happened around the same time as the art scene began to thrive. She sees the legacy of Lancaster arts being defined by the artists and their work. Lancaster Galleries is honored to play a role in defining the future of art in the community. Joyce wants people to take time, in the now, to observe, engage with, and be inspired by the artwork all around them.
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AT T H E S T O N E INDEPENDENT SCHOOL, T H E WO R K M AT T E R S . In its inaugural year, Stone students differentiated polynomials, applied game theory to decision science, built trebuchets, and grappled with the real-world applications of calculus. They recorded podcasts and films, composed policy briefs on gun ownership in America, practiced typological analysis on grave markers at the Shreiner-Concord cemetery, wrote and applied for grants, built 15 foot art installations, researched the finite elements of design, studied physics and chemistry at Millersville, and mastered calculus at Franklin & Marshall and Latin at the Lancaster Center for Classical Study.
Stone students organized the March For Our Lives, met with Mayor Sorace, City Councilman Ismail SmithWade-El and Representative Lloyd Smucker, completed service projects with the Lancaster Conservancy and the Junior League, pitched business plans to local entrepreneurs, and spent class periods at Lancaster Central Market, Gallery Row, the Ware Center, the Lancaster Science Factory, Lancaster Community Foundation, the Lancaster Historical Society, The Islamic Center, and dozens of other locations around the city.
Orchestra, marched in the Parade On The Arts, released albums on iTunes and on Spotify, completed a Spartan Run, and even traveled to Nepal over Spring Break.
Stone students competed in the Lancaster-Lebanon League playoffs and the PIAA District and State tournaments, performed in the Harrisburg Youth Symphony
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That’s not bad for the first year. It all begins with extraordinary teachers like Susan Gottlieb— teachers who are experts in their field, who ask their students to solve complex problems, and who offer authentic, “real world” work for their students. Because at Stone, the work matters.
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To watch Tammy Shertzer complete her tasks as a full-time volunteer with the School District of Lancaster, you might think she’s simply getting things done. Organizing books, escorting students to recess, and keeping children safe are part of every school day. But spend a little time watching her more closely, and you’ll soon observe that something very special is happening. Tammy, who has Down syndrome, volunteers alongside teacher Deb Glenn, whose classroom serves children with special needs. It’s not your typical classroom. While Tammy effectively performs her work every day, it’s the way she does it that makes all the difference. Whether it’s redirecting a child with a favorite toy, tenderly feeding them, or just holding
a trembling hand, Tammy’s heart is keenly in tune with her students. She instinctively knows how to meet each child’s individual needs. Tammy naturally understands that everyone is experiencing the world a little differently. Says teacher Deb about Tammy, “She brings a different perspective. She has a patience for what someone needs and what it’s like to be in their shoes. It’s never ever about Tammy—it’s always about everyone else.” Tammy brings a pure, selfless spirit to everything she does, every day. A spirit that adds a deeper, more meaningful connection to the students she serves in Lancaster city. It’s that spirit that enables those students to accomplish so much and to know and feel just how loved they are.
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Art Works L ANCASTER IS BRIMMING WITH A R T I N E V E R Y F O R M . This is the city of Gallery Row, Makers Markets, and PCA&D, after all. Beeswax, sea glass, plaster, beechwood—artists here are working with surprising materials in thrilling new ways. With an exciting performing arts scene, painters and sculpture artists working at the highest levels of the game, experimental young artists making big statements, and an interior design scene
that’s attracting attention from across the nation, Lancaster’s artists are making their marks. On these pages, meet some of the artists who have helped shape the vibrant, thriving Lancaster art scene—from the fine artist with Amish roots whose work has been shown around the world to the bold young collage artist just starting out. Thank you to Pennsylvania College of Art & Design for allowing us to use their studios and teaching spaces to capture Lancaster’s creativity.
Red Raven Art Company F R E D R O D G E R is a painter who works almost exclusively in acrylics while dabbling in sculpture using found objects, metal junk, and even bronze. “My work only reflects what I’m thinking about or find interesting at the moment. I stop the series when I feel it has ‘run its course’ and then I move on.” A R T H A R R I N G T O N is a mixed media artist who’s been painting his whole life. “My artwork creates in me a unique feeling, one where I am able to transform an idea that is solely mine into a piece that belongs to the world.” R E G I N A M A R T I N uncovers the extraordinary in everyday objects and nature through her painting. She uses acrylics to layer paint and scumble, adding depth. “My approach to art making is closest to expressionism—responding to the emotion created by brush strokes, color, line, shape, tension rather than to actually represent external reality.” L E E L O V E T T, manager of Red Raven Art Company, paints in oils because she likes to move things around and comes back to her paintings again and again. “Painters are the current historians of our times. We document our lives, what is around us, what is important to us, the unusual perspective, or perhaps the unique light.” P A T R I C I A W E R T Z paints landscapes, still life and figure, and narrative in oils. She worked
as a graphic designer before turning to painting full time. “Painting, or for that matter any creative effort, offers us an opportunity to see the world differently. To me, it is life giving to follow your passion.” J A C K I E M A D S E N ’ S first love is drawing. Her paintings are heavily influenced by markmaking. “As Pablo Picasso said, ‘The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.’” M A R K D E N N I S has been a sculptor for 36 years. He uses architectural epoxy to directsculpt portraits and animals. “Some sculptures are character studies, some are retellings of mankind’s various myths, some are just for fun.” S T E V E W I L S O N is a fulltime artist working as a graphic designer, illustrator, and fine artist. Steve’s main medium is watercolor. “On this painting, I used a limited palette and many layers of masking fluid. Pulling off layers of mask would reveal lighter areas and clean edges.” R H O D A K A H L E R ’ S clay tile work is inspired by nature. Each piece embodies the emotion felt by a relationship to the source of inspiration. “There is an illustrator deep inside me, however, the need to sculpt is just as strong. Combining illustrations on clay was the perfect way to express my views of the world.”
I N T H E H E A R T O F G A L L E R Y R O W, Red Raven offers a diverse range of work from 30+ local and regional artists. Monthly changing exhibits and events mean that you will always find something extraordinary at Red Raven. Member artists: Patricia Wertz, Art Harrington, Fred Rodger, Jackie Madsen, Steve Wilson, Rhoda Kahler, Lee Lovett, Mark Dennis & Regina Martin
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LANCASTER CITY A L L I A N C E is a nonprofit that cultivates partnerships with business, local communities, the arts, education, nonprofits, and government to ensure Lancaster is a clean, safe, and vibrant City for all. Along with the Downtown Investment District, we celebrate the local artists whose work inspires and elevates our City’s collective worth. Meet some of the artists who call Lancaster home.
K A T H E R I N E B L O U C H : “Art is limitless. There’s no right way or wrong way to create.” LOURDES TORRES S H E P A R D : Lourdes, native of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, has been a resident of Lancaster for the past eight years. She is a selftaught abstract artist and works primarily in acrylics, house paints, and glazes. O S M Y N O R E E : “I like the possibility of creating new stories or sharing others’ stories through photography. I’ve learned so much about my friends and people I photographed just through taking their pictures.”
K E I S H A F I N N I E : “The purpose of my art has always been to make myself feel good while showing others the way I see and interpret the world.” D R E Y A M O O R E : “Art how you think you should art and damn the naysayers,” says Dreya of Spindle & Spire and co-owner of Artist Studio and Gallery at Annex 24.
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they love, and what they treasure, which informs his thoughtful approach to designing spaces that reflect those elements of his clients’ lives.
David’s design aesthetic fuses both contemporary and traditional forms, with a touch of the eclectic. David is stimulated by how people live, what
“I relate what I do to a trained chef,” says David. “I combine simple elements to create something visually delicious.”
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LeFevre Funk Architects T H E B E L I E F that good architecture is a balance between art and science, grace and precision, stands at the center of LeFevre Funk Architects. With more than 72 years of industry experience combined, owners Steven Funk and Melanie Burnette have mastered the art of transforming clients’ needs into striking designs.
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“We approach each project without any pre-conceived notion of its ultimate form or style. Our designs
begin with our clients: their needs, wants, likes, and dislikes,” says Steven. “We often end up spending a lot of time with our clients, both in professional and social settings, really getting to know them. Our designs then grow organically from the knowledge we’ve gained through those relationships.” While the vision and designs are influenced greatly by the client’s needs, Melanie and Steven’s work tends to boast a clean modern look featuring
refined detailing, with a hint of industrial flavoring. Whether they are restoring a historic landmark like The Keppel Building or leading the vision behind Lancaster’s newest and most transformative project, 101NQ, Melanie believes, “Architecture at its finest is a response to the environment in which it lies.”
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F R E I M A N S T O LT Z F U S is a painter, sculptor, native Pennsylvanian, and perpetual student of life. “Very simply, I believe in beauty,” says Freiman. “I seek harmony, music, light, and meditative reflection in my work, for my own sake and as antidote to a chaotic, darkened world. I create first for myself; following my passions for music, architecture, nature and the four seasons, and floral life.” A prolific artist, Freiman has lived, studied, and exhibited his work in New York and in Europe. He owns and operates Freiman Stoltzfus Gallery in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Presently, Freiman is working on a series for Fall ArtWalk entitled “Field Hymns,” finding musical patterns and harmonies in Pennsylvania landscapes. He offers the following advice to aspiring artists: “Do not wait for inspiration to strike. Show up in your studio, at your kitchen table with a canvas and paint, or with a sketchbook and pencil outside—begin!”
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Henrietta Heisler Interiors H E N R I E T TA H E I S L E R and her team have been transforming spaces for 19 years. Her work is built on the belief that design transforms lives. Every project begins with a deep conversation where she gets to know her clients and their known and unknown needs. She and her team then use their eyes, tools, and resources to craft and fulfill the new vision. Knowing that people are happier and more productive in spaces she has designed is deeply fulfilling for Henrietta. “My appreciation of art and beautiful design started when I was a child,” says Henrietta. “As a teenager I walked through the private estate of a descendant of Henry Frances Dupont who built Winterthur and witnessed a stunning living room with malachite tile floors and coffee tables, white sofas, and exquisite artwork. Everything was beautifully coordinated, it was breathtaking. At that moment I knew I wanted to create such beauty. The designer of that home had a huge impact on making me the designer I am today.”
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Friendship Heart Gallery
Making Their Mark
C E L E B R AT I N G 5 Y E A R S D O W N T O W N , Friendship Heart Gallery works to cultivate the capabilities of more than 75 Artists with intellectual disability and autism. The purpose of this art is to share with the world the immense abilities and unique personalities of the Heart Artists through creative expression. Through their creations, the Heart Artists are able to advocate for themselves by building their self-worth and confidence. This is a person-centered program that looks to create meaningful, everyday lives for individuals with intellectual disability and autism. “We are in existence to build community and break down stigmas people may have about individuals with intellectual disability and autism,” says Ally Rohland, Gallery Coordinator. “This art is here to start a conversation about the power the Heart Artists have to affect our lives.” B R I A H N A had never painted before attending Friendship Heart Gallery and now she creates textured abstract acrylic paintings by using quick-moving strokes that jump across her canvas. Briahna enjoys working from inspiration photos— especially those of flowers, which she says are beautiful. I like to paint. I feel free,” says Briahna. S TA C Y utilizes big and bold strokes with thick paint to make her creations. She is interested in light and growth and her paintings exude this lightness, often putting a smile on the viewer’s face. Her paintings are funky and have a major punch of personality infused in them. 118 NORTH WATER STREET, SUITE 101 FRIENDSHIPART.NET
Gail Gray Studio G A I L C . G R A Y is an experienced fine artist working in many media including painting, printmaking, fabric and fiber art, collage, assemblage, and installations. She has lived and worked in Lancaster since the early 1970s and graduated with a BFA in both painting and design, in addition to completion of graduate work in printmaking, from Carnegie Mellon University. Her artwork can be seen in the Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Center at LGH, the Lancaster Marriott Hotel, and the Lancaster Bar Association, among many other public spaces throughout Lancaster and Pennsylvania. This year, Gail has been focused on using a medium of oils, after taking time to use nontoxic, water-based materials for the past 18 years. Gail uses a proprietary interactive system of water-based materials to achieve extraordinary multi-layered textural effects. “I am a scientifically inspired artist and since joining Franklin and Marshall’s Evolution Roundtable 15 years ago, I have had a unique opportunity to explore the deep connections of human art-making far back into the distant prehistoric past,” says Gail. She credits returning to school at age 50 to study philosophy as the greatest influence on the direction and meaning of her work today. Gail received an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Franklin and Marshall College in 2016 and shares the 2017 Governor’s Award for the Arts in Pennsylvania with her husband, former Mayor Rick Gray, for their promotion of the arts.
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Allegro Orchestra Lancaster & NextGEN, its new youth instrumental program B R I A N N O R C R O S S is the Founder, Director, and Conductor for Allegro Orchestra Lancaster. Brian is also known to many as a conductor at Franklin and Marshall and the Director of Music with First United Methodist Church. “After giving too many constructive comments to an ensemble of musicians, I am known to say, ‘All I want is everything...now.’ This usually results in laughter, which is something that I think is really important in music and life in general. The harder the talks, the more we need to laugh.”
THE VISION OF NEX TGEN Y O U T H M U S I C is to provide learning opportunities for instrumental music students of all ages and abilities through the highest quality of individualized instruction, performance ensembles, and community involvement. We believe that every child should have the opportunity to develop their intellectual and artistic capacity through playing a musical instrument, and that every community should enjoy the benefits of music.
Come make music with us! We have four ensembles starting this fall. Visit allegrolancaster.org for more info. — Prelude Strings for beginning string students in grades 4 – 6 — I ntermezzo Strings for developing string student in grades 6 – 8 — O verture for strings, winds, brass and percussion in grades 8 – 12 — A llegretto for advanced strings, winds, brass and percussion in grades 9 – 12
Fulton Theatre M A R C R O B I N , Executive Artistic Producer at Fulton Theatre, has staged more than 40 productions. Some of his personal favorites include “Rags”, “Sweeney Todd”, “August Osage County”, “Ghost”, “Treasure Island”, and “The Wizard of Oz”. He served as Artistic Director for seven years and, most recently, has been given the honor to move into a new role
as Executive Artistic Producer. As a freelance director he has worked all over the United States, earning multiple awards and nominations, and has staged close to 400 productions. Originally from Chicago (24 years) he is a proud “Lancastrian” who has been a resident here since 2005. “At the Fulton, we create artistic experiences that gather our
community and engage, enlighten, or entertain,” says Marc. “It’s a collaboration of talented artists, administrators, and patrons who all have a shared passion for the way in which theatre can be a joyous and necessary experience.” Marc is guided by the wise words: always be in love with the art in yourself and not yourself in the art.
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Vivace Live & Bring On The Bash V I V A C E L I V E , a contemporary string quartet, and the popular wedding DJ B R I N G O N T H E B A S H have joined together to provide a cutting-edge sound by combining the beauty of strings and the pop presence of a DJ. Together, they perform everything from pop and classic rock to well-known dance hits and originals. Their on-stage energy is the result of a passion for blending strings with popular party music to create their
own unique renditions for parties, weddings, and corporate events. “Vivace Live, with 30 string professionals on the team, brings the joy, passion, gratitude, and camaraderie that we share as a group, to every audience we perform for,” says Sara Irvine, Director of Vivace Live. “I’ve had an obsessive love for music since I was a child,” says Taylor Courtney, Founder of Bring On The
Bash. “This love naturally led me into DJ’ing. Then the wedding industry revolutionized itself with inspiration from Pinterest and Instagram. Weddings became hip but I felt as though wedding DJs were stagnant. I wanted to bring my excitement for DJ’ing to weddings and not match the bar but raise it. Crafting dance parties is a passion of mine and all I want is for everyone to dance their faces off!”
REALM AND REASON Realm and Reason jewelry is inspired by fantasy and ancient lore. Emily Moccero designs her pieces to highlight the raw, organic beauty of rocks and minerals. “Each piece is meant to invoke a sense of wonder, awe, and a belief in hidden worlds.” 213 WEST KING STREET REALMANDREASON.COM @REALM. AND.REASON
Creatively Lancaster 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 are passionate about providing a platform for talented local artisans to share their creativity with the Lancaster community. We believe in the power of creativity to bring about innovation and change. Communities grow stronger when our creative energies come together to fuel one another. Everyone has unique creative power waiting to be released. We’re here to provide outlets to cultivate your creative passion. We’d love to see you at the next Makers Market! – Christine & Steph, Creatively Lancaster
S TUDIO SIX T YO N E Ashley Benedict, of Studio Sixtyone, is Lancaster born and bred. Her charcoal and graphite drawings are uniquely designed to uplift, encourage, inspire, challenge, and captivate the hearts and minds of viewers. “I do this work to bring beauty instead of ashes through my business, my life, and every piece of artwork I create.”
F O N TA N A C A N D L E C O M P A N Y Husband and wife team Katie and Eric Roering create non-toxic candles with beeswax, coconut oil, and wooden wicks that fit into a healthy lifestyle. “We hand pour each candle, so although we try to keep them as consistent as possible, they are all unique works of art.”
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WOOD ‘N GL ASS Deb Becker is a mixed media artist working primarily with stained glass and wood. “I am fascinated by the markings in the wood, the rings that mark its life, the scars left by its environment, and the pathways left by insects.” You can also find her work at Purple Robin Reserve in Lititz and at Madcap in Lancaster. WOODNGL ASS2.COM FIND THEM ON FACEBOOK!
T YPOTHECARY LET TERPRESS Megan Zettlemoyer loves the feel of thick paper in her hands, the organization of tiny components, and the creation of completely unique custom designs. “I like to provide people with hands-on experiences so they’re able to gain a deeper appreciation of the time and patience needed to create this beautiful work.” 420 WEST GR ANT STREET 484.269.6019 T YPOTHECARYLET TERPRESS.COM
REVOLUTION L ANCASTER Revolution Lancaster is a nonprofit social enterprise that creates jewelry and provides transitional employment and community to women experiencing homelessness or facing barriers. “Art is healing. Creating with people breaks down barriers and builds stronger relationships,” says Tasha. Shop online and find their accesories downtown at Sophie Stargazer. REVOLUTIONL ANCASTER.COM @REVOLUTION.L ANCASTER
CHESTNUT RIDGE HONEY LLC Jennifer and Chad use wholesome, organic ingredients to accompany their home-grown beeswax like shea, coconut oil, almond oil, and essential oils; they also carry raw, local honey. “I was drawn to making batches; it was like I was being summoned. It soothed my soul and brought peace to my troubled and grief-filled mind and heart,” says Jennifer. 972 WOODRIDGE BOULEVARD FACEBOOK.COM/CHESTNUTRIDGEHONEY
DA ZZLING DAIZY DESIGNS Debra Luther is a jewelry designer making wearable, modern adornments from old treasures. “Using my hands to create new out of the broken brings me a calmness I can’t get anywhere else,” says Debra. You can find her things at Purple Robin Reserve as well as many local craft markets. FACEBOOK.COM/DA ZZLINGDAIZYDESIGNS @DA ZZLINGDAIZYDESIGNS
LINE & LETTER DESIGNS Tess Miller makes hand-lettered home and wedding decor with a local sense of humor. She creates custom designs and gifts along with her signature line of hand-lettered wares like the popular “Lang-Kiss-Ter not Lang-Cass-Ter” Tees. Tess says, “I want to make life and memories more beautiful for people!” LINEANDLET TERDESIGNS.COM @LINEANDLET TERDESIGNS
N I CK FA S N ACH T I L L U S T R AT I O N & D E S I G N Digital Illustrator Nick Fasnacht creates enchanting, cartoon-like characters and logos that pop to life, straight from his imagination. “The intended purpose of my art is to bring smiles and laughter to the world, one person at a time,” says Nick.
SEAGL ASS JEWELRY BY NOR A Nora Campanella creates handcrafted jewelry out of sea glass she finds on the shore in Lewes, Delaware. She says, “The thought that I took something that was considered trash at one point and I turned it into something that is usable again is very satisfying.”
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T H E C R E A T 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 more than just a shopping destination. It’s a community of makers supporting one another. The creative energy on a market day is palpable because so much talent is packed into one space! If you haven’t experienced the vibe yet, join in on the fun at the next Makers Market: H A M I LT O N W A X C O Founder Brittney Hippensteel makes hand-poured, small-batch soy wax candles in earthy fragrances like Moss and Oak, Fresh Basil, and Fig and Rhubarb. Brittney’s love for package design, mixed with the passion to create something tangible and with her hands drove her to want to create a business of her own where she could do both. HAMILTONWA XCO.COM @HAMILTONWA XCO
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AK Interiors A L I S O N M C I N D O E of AK Interiors is passionate about helping people make the most out of the spaces where they live, work, and play. She provides a full host of interior design services along with boutique home furnishings
and gifts out of her West Orange Street Shoppe in downtown Lancaster. “Interior design is one of the few arts that affects us nearly every moment of every day,” says Alison. “Creating
the spaces that surround us requires thoughtful reflection and careful planning. Not only should our spaces be beautiful, but they should also be functional and inspiring.”
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Cindy’s work is unique in Lancaster City, as she is the only fine artist that does decorative painting and fine folk art. She is well known for her original,
Inspired by others who also create from joy, Cindy is influenced by folk artist Grandma Moses and Suk Shuglie, for their perseverance to continue to
create in spite of personal struggles. Gallery on Market has been downtown for the past seven years; Cindy and her recognizable sunflower, poppy, and herb painted bowls are a beautiful part of the Downtown Lancaster art family. Every year, Cindy picks a word to live by. This year, she picked the word grateful. “I am grateful that I have the opportunity to do one of the things that brings me joy and a living!”
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hand-painted beechwood bowls that are fully functional “art you can use”, as well as antique repurposed shutters, door panels, windows, and other furniture. “I enjoy giving life to old things that were destined for destruction. One will usually find them sitting around my gallery waiting to be painted until the piece ‘speaks to me’.”
FOR CINDY SCHLOSSER , painting and creating brings her immense joy running deep within her soul. She has always loved to paint and draw, and began pursuing her art full time about 26 years ago—first, at home and at occasional art shows, and now, as the owner of Gallery on Market.
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Barrick Candles R I C K F A U L K N E R , of Barrick Candles, has been creating contemporary candles to illuminate homes since 1970. His simple, modern candles come in vibrant colors. Rick is influenced by the Danish modern designers and craftsmen who combined clean, simple design with solid craftsmanship to create enduring objects for the home after World War II. The process for making these signature candles begins with Rick making a mold, into which he pours hot, colorful wax. The wax castings are then polished and refined into a final candle. “The candles are simple yet sophisticated,” says Rick. “They provide a bright splash of color for your home or party table. They can be used as a design and color accent yet are fully functional and provide a warm glowing flame for cold fall evenings.” The Barrick Design Studio is open Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm and Saturdays in November and December.
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Susan J. Gottlieb S U S A N G O T T L I E B is a multi-media painter, traveler, and teacher. World cultures lure Susan on adventures, and fill her with ideas. Cultural origins and connections fascinate Susan. Many of her recent works are inspired by her travels and experiences in far-off places. “My work is an attempt to concretize my experiences,” she says. “The multi-media paintings combine with snippets of travel notes, writings,
and dismantled artwork. They are collections of personal experiences focusing on the most elemental parts of my nomadic journeys while circling the globe—the textures, patterns, lights, and colors that hold fast in my mind’s eye.” Susan’s paintings evolve in layers stacked, constructed, and torn back to reveal earlier occurrences. Her latest work is a series of paintings inspired by travel to India and Italy.
“If I can paint the remembered sensation, I have it with me forever,” she says. “Better yet, if I can evoke a light, a power, an atmosphere so that it is palpable, if I can draw attention to what may otherwise be unseen, to share the wonder of it all, that is my greatest thrill.” Her art can be found in galleries across Pennsylvania, and she is represented by Red Raven Art Company.
First United Methodist Church B R I A N L E H M A N characterizes his art as a record of his own personal experiences and emotional reactions. He creates paintings, sketches, and collages that depict his spiritual journey. Rooted in daily sketches, his images document the people and places he encounters.
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“My small sketchbook is always on hand to take advantage of any spare moments in a busy life,” says Brian. “These quick renderings keep the artistic muscles active and ready for
the rare opportunities when more time allows for larger, more involved artistic endeavors.”
Brian is motivated to grow his ability and capture what is seen and unseen in the world around him. “My purpose is to model this practice and inspire people of all ages to embrace their inner artist and engage in this lifelong, world-changing mode of communication and expression.”
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Triode Media Group J A S O N K E R S H N E R specializes in Creative Video and Live Broadcast Production, and is Creative Director at Triode Media Group. The majority of Jason’s career was spent with ESPN, where he primarily produced or directed live broadcasts and featured content. Today at Triode Media Group, he collaborates with a great group of passionate creatives and helps clients tell their stories through the art of cinematic and innovative video
production. “My goal is to determine the most creative, effective, and engaging ways to reach and connect with an audience,” says Jason. Jason feels lucky to have grown up in such an amazing cinematic era, and became fascinated with movies and TV at a very young age. He loves the work of Spielberg and Lucas, of course, but his own approach to visual storytelling is also influenced by cowboy and renowned sculptor Herb Mignery.
“His passion for telling stories truly inspires me,” says Jason. “When viewing his work, my interest and imagination is instantly sparked, and I can get lost in the moment.” “Every piece not only captures the culture and history of the American West, but each intricate detail makes me want to learn everything about the featured subject or scene, and I find myself asking… ‘And then what happened?’”
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Left to right: Josh Seibert, Ian Berg, Melissa McDade & Meg Yoder
The Designers Behind Fig B E H I N D F I G M A G A Z I N E , there is a small but mighty team of creativesâ€” designers, writers, photographers, marketers, and community buildersâ€” bringing the City of Lancaster to life with digital, social, and print communication.
Each page in this arts section (as well as the rest of the magazine) started as a mere concept and was executed with an eye for detail through photography, creative direction, storytelling, and design.
Transforming businesses and communities through powerful design and creative communication.
At the heart of Fig Industries is a passion for great design, a spirit for relationship building, and an abundance of creativity.
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E S TA B L I S H E D I N 19 9 7 by Jan and Kim Waltz, Waltz Vineyards is situated on a beautiful hill in Lancaster County. Waltz wines are all locally grown and hand-crafted, making their boutique wines truly unique. Recently, Waltz wines were reviewed by JamesSuckling.com. All Waltz
wines scored over 90 points with Crow Woods Cabernet and Reserve Chardonnay receiving 94 points each. You can find these award-winning wines at many restaurants downtown as well as at their European-inspired tasting room at the vineyard, or their two retail shops.
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A collection of historic proportions Silver teapot and sugar bowl
SHARING THE HISTORY OF L ANC A STE R COUNT Y is at the heart of LancasterHistory.org’s mission. From porcelain plates to portraits to priceless furniture, LancasterHistory.org’s historic collections have thousands of items that tell the story of Lancaster County. Learn more about the artifacts below at www.lancasterhistory.org/fig and visit us Monday – Saturday, 9:30 am – 5 pm, at our headquarters at 230 North President Avenue in Lancaster.
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Sarah and Jasper Yeates
Law book from 1669
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Lydia Steele Bailey by Jacob Eichholtz
“I feel so happy to work in the medical field again.” – Yadira Garrigo
YADIR A GARRIGO WA S A PHYSICIAN IN HE R HOM E COUNTRY OF CUBA , but when she and her husband emigrated from Cuba to the United States to find a better life, she lost her certification to be a practicing doctor. Within weeks of coming to Lancaster, Integration Services for New Americans (ISFNA), a United Way of Lancaster County Collective Impact Partnership, started Yadira on a path to reclaim her professional career. By offering English language classes, cultural and educational navigation, mentoring, and a path to meaningful, family-sustaining employment, ISFNA works quickly to holistically support new Americans. Yadira learned medical terminology in her new language and in just seven months she earned her post-secondary medical certification. Yadira is now working at Lancaster Health Center as a much-needed and highly sought-after pediatric medical assistant, with hopes of possibly becoming a doctor again in her new home. To learn more about United Way’s Bold Goal of post-secondary credentials for everyone in Lancaster County, visit LiveUnitedLancaster.org/ EducatedforSuccess UNITE D WE FIG HT. UNITE D WE ALL WIN .
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T H E AT T O R N E Y S A N D S TA F F at Blakinger Thomas are committed to serving the Lancaster County community, not only by providing high quality legal services, but also by actively supporting local organizations whose missions are to expand education, offer human services, and enhance our culture. Blakinger Thomas participated in YWCA Lancasterâ€™s 2018 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes which seeks to raise awareness of sexual violence as it affects all members of the community regardless of gender, sexuality, ethnicity, or age, and raises funds for counseling services for victims.
Congratulations to the 2018 honorees!
Dr. Beth Becker Grade 9 Principal, Hempfield School District
Vy Banh Co-owner of Rice & Noodles Restaurant
Bonnie Glover Retiring Director of Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County
Willonda McCloud President & CEO of Bright Side Opportunities Center
Kayla Schneider Child Advocate and Miss Keystone 2018
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Award-winning researcher Dr. Wendy Osefo is a Nigerian-American television personality and a highly sought-after progressive political commentator and strategist. Wendy is a Professor of Education at The Johns Hopkins University, Contributor at The Hill, and the Founder and CEO of The 1954 Equity Project, LLC.
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HOMES | REMODELING | COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION
Bill Patrick, Director of Custom Homes & Remodeling & Adam Coe, Senior Designer & Preconstruction Manager EGStoltzfus is a proud partner with 101NQ, a transformative destination opening in 2019 at the corner of Orange and Queen Streets.
A vision becoming reality. I N L A N C A S T E R C I T Y, exciting things are always happening. And through the 101 North Queen project, EGStoltzfus is helping to bring even more excitement to the downtown streets—from the ground up (literally!). With 16 luxury residential units planned for The Point condominiums at 101NQ, their team is busy transforming clients’ unique visions of modern city living to reality. They embrace a passion for Lancaster and are proud to be the design-build partner.
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Anne and her team at Lusk & Associates Sothebyâ€™s International Realty have been representing exceptional properties in Lancaster County for over 25 years.
A limited number of exclusive residences are still available.
She is now representing the distinct residences at 101NQ, The Point.
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T H E J D K G R O U P dives deep into their client’s vision by developing a relationship first and then integrating special touches with food and décor to make a stress-free event the talk for years to come!
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Nurturing creativity. E D U C AT I O N I N T H E A R T S develops studentsâ€™ thinking skills, connects kids to the larger world, and helps develop a sense of community. Looking around the City of Lancaster, it is impossible not to notice the enriching presence of the wider world and arts in our community. From the diverse faces of City residents to the vibrancy of Gallery Row and North Queen Street, it is clear that the richness of our artistic community is one of the things that makes Lancaster special. The arts are also one of the strengths of our beloved School District of Lancaster (SDoL).
For the past eight years, the SDoL has been recognized among the top school districts for music education in the United States, according to the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation (NAMM). Beginning in elementary school, students have the opportunity to participate in chorus, band, and orchestra, and many musicals and other artistic events through the support of the school district and volunteers. The district also has a strong commitment to the visual arts, with student work frequently on exhibit within schools and in City galleries. The strength of arts programming in the SDoL is a testimony to the hard work of many talented teachers and school leaders who value arts education, and a community that believes that family income should not limit studentsâ€™
access to inspiration and excellence. Each year, community donations to nonprofits like the Lancaster Education Foundation help to ensure that each of our students has the access to musical instruments, artists in residence programs, extra funding for art classrooms, and scholarships for the study of art and music. We invite you to contribute to the future of the arts in Lancaster by supporting the Lancaster Education Foundation. For information, contact Paul Richer at the Lancaster Education Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by
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Jill is a litigation attorney at Blakinger Thomas, a full-service law firm in Downtown Lancaster. She advocates for individuals, families, and businesses in a variety of situations ranging from guardianships and family law matters to commercial contract disputes. She is proud to volunteer for Tabor and to be part of its strong family of supporters. Learn more about Tabor Community Services at tabornet.org.
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“Our lives were completely and permanently altered in an instant,” Kim Shorter reflects. When her husband, Scott Conley, had a massive brain aneurysm 20 years ago, there was a 90% chance he would die. After months in a coma and numerous surgeries, Scott survived and he and Kim have built a rich life together. The couple’s gratitude in having community and family to help them through the most difficult times is the inspiration for their bequest to the Community Foundation. “How could we not give back to the types of organizations that gave to us when our situation was so bleak?” Kim says.
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AUTHENTIC Leading the way through innovation and example.
Authentic: Libby Modern WA L K I N G I N TO M O D E R N A RT on West Chestnut Street is like walking into a daydream. That is, as long as your daydreams are colorful, hopeful, meaningful, and beautifully optimistic. The woman responsible for the whimsy and wonder that is Modern Art is our Fig Authentic, Libby Modern. Libby has been using her approachable studio space in Lancaster as a launchpad for creating, collaborating, ideating, and change-making for the last five years. When Libby first moved into the space, she imagined it would be the perfect studio for her socially conscious graphic design company and as a workspace for creating her own art. However, the giant windows that light up the space also invite the world outside, inside, and soon Libby decided that the studio wasn’t just her own, but had a greater purpose in connecting, empowering, and inspiring the neighborhood through art.
With a socially conscious mission in her design work, and a passion for design thinking as a means of problem solving, Libby is also passionate about engaging the City of Lancaster in addressing issues of social justice, human connection, and seeing things from a new perspective through creation and sharing. “What I really want to do is to think about art in a different way. Modern Art projects often catch people off guard—such surprise serves to spark imagination and break down social barriers. I’m always looking for ways we can do that in this City that is very diverse but still segregated; there are so many people who are doing amazing things here that need to be connected,” she says. “When creative, caring, engaged citizens connect, change is born.” Through interactive projects, workshops, machines, and design, Libby invites the community to challenge old ideas,
face fears, and embrace the power of togetherness. In “Word From Your Neighbor,” Libby gave a voice and a platform to community members to leave notes to their neighbors. Through “The Phonotel”, visitors were challenged to disconnect from their phones and reconnect to their community, thoughts, and intuition. Through collaborations with the Common Wheel, monthly concerts, windows that act as canvases for inspiration and encouragement, and an inclusive and intentional open door policy, Libby has truly used her space, her art, her conscience, and her creativity as a way to bring Lancaster together. Each new creative process manages to celebrate the community, make us think, help us to see one another, and encourage us to work together to make this world more winsomely weird.
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Elevate your creativity. AT L A N C ASTER ARTS H OTEL
S I N C E 2 0 0 6 , the Lancaster Arts Hotel has been nurturing a creative environment for business guests and travelers. Through artistic touches like sketch pads in all the rooms and over $300k of local artwork in the halls, the Arts hotel is the perfect place to relax, brainstorm, and release your inner artist.
Art created by talented guests.
300 HARRISBURG AVENUE 717.299.3000 1.866.720.2787 L ANCASTER ARTSHOTEL.COM
Photographed at Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin and Marshall College.
CLOTHING JEWELRY ACCESSORIES UNEXPECTED EXTRAS
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Brent and Kate Hostetter inside their newly renovated and sold home on Orange Street. Call Brent for more information.
Home is the nicest word there is. — L AU RA I NG ALLS WIL DER
T H E I R P R O M I S E O F Q U A L I T Y C R A F TS M A N S H I P, combined with a love for the City of Lancaster, is what drives Brentwood Builders’ vision for urban renovations. Whether building a new home or reviving old character, they focus on even the smallest details to create the homes you dream of.
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Creative celebrations with The Bakerâ€™s Table Follow us for upcoming holiday events: @bakerstable /thebakerstablelancaster
480 NEW HOLL AND AVENUE (BUILDING 6, 1ST FLOOR)
Recreation and learning opportunities for all ages.
L A N C A S T E R R E C P R O V I D E S S E N I O R S W I T H A R T S , C U LT U R E , F R I E N D S H I P, A N D M O R E . At Lancaster Rec, we believe that no matter what your age, you should have fun! Our three senior centers offer a variety of programs for Lancaster residents age 60 and up at the Lancaster Rec Senior Center on Fairview Avenue. Funding from the Lancaster County Office of Aging provides transportation and a daily hot lunch. Membership is FREE! We offer a full slate of reoccurring activities, including exercise classes, educational sessions, musical activities, arts and crafts, and special events. HIGHLIGHTS: Senior Art Classes Seniors gain confidence and an understanding of the basic elements of art and learn how to use artistsâ€™ tools with local instructor Sam Mylin through painting and drawing art studio classes. Senior Orchestra Our Senior Orchestra practices weekly September through May to prepare for one-hour performances for local civic organizations. The orchestra performs dynamic music including Broadway classics, patriotic melodies, and big band swing under conductor Richard Mazzur. New members welcome.
525 FAIRVIEW AVENUE 717.392.2115 L ANCASTERREC.ORG
Ukulele Program Thanks to a grant from Music for Everyone and a partnership with local organization Ukulele Uprising, we offer free lessons to learn to play the ukulele. Join us weekly every Thursday and Friday at 10:30 am. We provide the instruments, books, and instruction. This program gives seniors the chance to engage in a therapeutic music experience while learning popular songs and singing along! Community Partnerships With local community business partners like The Pottery Works, our senior center members have the opportunity to engage in free and low-cost art programs, like painting ceramics and creating craft projects, to unleash their creativity and bring joy!
Converse with your creator… At Lancaster Central Market. Getting to know the folks who create the food you eat is one of the many wonderful benefits of shopping at Lancaster Central Market. The love of good food, carefully made by hand in small batches brings us all together. Conversations about food traditions both locally and from around the world abound. Friendships are formed and nurtured as we share the enjoyment of a great meal with those we love. Come in for a visit this week – get to know us, and let us get to know you. At left are Dorothy Dulo and Roger Godfrey of Rafiki’s Deli. From Kenya and Uganda, a portion of their proceeds goes to supporting school orphans in Kenya.
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Moravian Manor Proudly Presents:
AN ENGAGING COMMUNITY PROGRAM
Featuring John Ratzenberger
“Made in America: Educating, Motivating and Empowering Americans to Expand Skills & Entrepreneurship”
Monday, October 22, 2018
Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square Cash Bar 6 – 7 p.m. | Dinner served 7:15 p.m. Multi-Emmy-nominated actor and accomplished screenwriter, director, producer and author, JOHN RATZENBERGER is best known for playing mail carrier Cliff Clavin on the long-running NBC sitcom “Cheers.” Before this, John lived overseas for 10 years and has worked as a carpenter, archery instructor, and deck hand on a fishing boat. He produced and starred in the Travel Channel series “Made in America,” which highlighted U.S.-made goods and workers.
Best known as “Cliff Clavin” the mail carrier from Cheers, John Ratzenberger is passionate about how important it is for this country to recognize the need for and provide the training to produce skilled laborers.
“My mother used to give me old radios and toasters, with the cords cut off,” said Ratzenberger. “She told us to take them apart. Growing up, everyone we knew could make something, and knew how to fix things. We are losing that and we need to get it back. Kids today are not making things,” he said. “Instead they are going to college to get degrees and can’t get a job. There are plenty of jobs out there. We just need to teach kids the skills. Many today, do not even know how to use simple tools, hammers and screwdrivers. Manufacturers today say high school kids can’t even read a ruler. How are they going to build airplanes, build homes, or even perform simple household repairs?” With “Made in America,” John established a television precedent and led the way for a new series of Dirty Jobs, Deadliest Catch and Ice Road Truckers to celebrate the work ethic that built America. He co-authored A Common Man’s Salute to an Uncommon Country, published by Time Warner.
Ticket sales start August 20 $100 each • Seating is limited
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Water Street nurse Melanie Smith assists a guest.
WHY DOES A NON-PROFIT O R G A N I Z AT I O N TA K E T I M E T O C E L E B R AT E T H E ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF PEOPLE FROM OTHER O R G A N I Z AT I O N S ? At Water Street Mission, that heart is baked into their core value of partnership with the community. Once again, on September 27, Water Street Mission will be hosting their annual Isaiah 61 Awards banquet to celebrate local heroes who are helping improve the lives of Lancaster County’s most vulnerable men, women, and children. Water Street President Jack Crowley
commented, “For those wrestling with homelessness to experience true restoration, it’s important to address a broad range of needs. That’s why Water Street’s Whole-Person model of service includes a range of components including spiritual, physical, and behavioral health, to life skills, a community network, and access to sustainable housing. Providing holistic and transformative support like this takes a true team effort. We’re very thankful to all the local organizations who work to meet the needs of the most overlooked among us, as well as the many area churches, our volunteers, and financial partners, who join
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with Water Street to transform our community. The impact Water Street Mission is able to have in the lives of our Lancaster County neighbors is directly proportional to the breadth and depth of these community partnerships.” Last year’s award recipients included former Mayor Richard Gray, Chuck Holt (Factory Ministries), Dan Jurman (Community Action Partnership), and Jose Jimenez (Teen Haven). The September 27 th Isaiah 61 Awards banquet is free and open to the public, but you must RSVP online at wsm.org/annual-dinner.
ReStoring even more.
Mission Wall Designer Richard Carter, Warfel Construction
r e s t o r e h a s a m i s s i o n â€Ś to raise funds that
will help Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity build and repair homes for families in need of a safe, decent place to call home. And thereâ€™s never been a better time to support our mission at ReStore. With our Grand Reopening, we have a new look, more space, and even better prices. Everyone can support ReStore. When you shop or donate to ReStore, our entire community wins.
Call today to schedule a free pickup of your tax-deductible donation.
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Fig Table is a place where the best chefs and restaurateurs come together to share crave-worthy dishes and inspiring stories. Join us at Fig Table to explore the diverse, dynamic, and delicious restaurant scene in the City of Lancaster. FIGLANCASTER.COM / TABLE
Don’t miss the eclectic mix of food programming brought to you by Fig Table Media sponsor WITF:
America’s Test Kitchen Mondays at 1 pm Cook’s Country Mondays at 1:30 pm Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Tuesdays at 1:30 pm
Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Wednesdays at 1 pm Martha Bakes Wednesdays at 1:30 pm Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Saturdays at 11:30 am
Sara’s Weeknight Meals Saturdays at 12:30 pm Joanne Weir’s Plates and Places Saturdays at 1 pm Pati’s Mexican Table Saturdays at 1:30 pm
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FOR YOUR CURATED CONTENT From brochures to booklets, annual reports, and white papers, make it exceptional on our new content platform, PAGERAFT.
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Social mission 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. Because of this, the Fig Social Mission Program began. Each year Fig partners with a non-profit organization working to transform the community. This year we’ve partnered with Bench Mark Program as they empower youth in our community. Please join us in supporting this inspirational organization.
“ I L E A R N E D D I S C I P L I N E AT B E N C H M A R K ,” S AY S H E C T O R PA G A N . Hector needed a place to channel his frustrations, his energy. His friend Brandon told him about Bench Mark Program and explained how it’s a good place to channel those things in a healthy, productive, and positive way. “I can come to the gym and release it through exercise,” Hector says. Now he works to help other kids follow that trend. “I help a lot of kids—kids that have been through what I’ve been through. Many kids can be angry, so I push them towards something that releases anger. Some kids who are ashamed of their size, they can do cardio and make it fun and play games.” Hector has been studying any chance he can so he can go into the Army, and looks to build on the strong selfconfidence and personal motivation he has worked hard to establish with the help of Bench Mark Program. Explore figlancaster.com and benchmarkprogram.org to learn about the incredible impact this organization is making in the Lancaster community.
Hector helping a peer.
LEARN MORE ABOUT FIG SOCIAL MISSION AT FIGL ANCASTER.COM
Local Events L AT I N M U S I C F E S T SEPTEMBER 8 & 9
F I R S T F R I D AY I N D OW N T OW N L A N C A S T E R OCTOBER 5
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LANCASTER CITY R E S TA U R A N T W E E K SEPTEMBER 10 & 16
FA L L A RT WA L K OCTOBER 6 & 7
Y WC A 2 0 1 8 WO M E N O F A C H I E V E M E N T LU N C H E O N AT T H E I N N AT L E O L A V I L L A G E NOVEMBER 2
S P O N S O R E D BY F I G F I G P R E V I E W N I G H T AT T H E F U LT O N : T R E A S U R E I S L A N D SEPTEMBER 19
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L I V E , L A U G H , LO V E B R E A S T C A N C E R AWA R E N E S S E V E N T AT T H E WA R E C E N T E R OCTOBER 21
H O R I ZO N ’ S A N N U A L G A L A E V E N T AT L A N C A S T E R COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER OCTOBER 26
F I G P R E V I E W N I G H T AT T H E F U LT O N : 4 2 N D S T R E E T NOVEMBER 14
S P O N S O R E D BY F I G E X T R A O R D I N A RY G I V E NOVEMBER 16
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!
FOR A FULL LIST OF COMMUNITY EVENTS, VISIT FIGLANCASTER.COM
S I N C E 19 7 2 , Garman Builders has been in the business of building exceptional homes and communities in South Central Pennsylvania. With the reputation of outstanding finishing touches and quality craftsmanship, a signature Garman home will stand the test of time. Our newest Garman neighborhood, Lititz Bend, offers views for miles and is conveniently located in Americaâ€™s Coolest Small Town. Stop in to see our model home at 1085 Lititz Bend Drive, Lititz, PA 17543 (off West Millport Road). Mike Garman President of Land Acquisition & Development Jason Garman President of Construction & Customer Care Not pictured: Shawn Garman President of Operations
A tradition of excellence. 529 EAST MAIN STREET 717.733.4383 GARMANBUILDERS.COM
Putting patient care first AT L A N C A S T E R N E U R O S C I E N C E & S P I N E A S S O C I AT E S
NeuroScience & Spine Associates. Dr. Kager and his family moved to Lancaster in 2001. “Lancaster is the best of many worlds— great city, great family communities, and great open spaces. There are fantastic entertainment opportunities, restaurants, and phenomenal healthcare providers.” “ W H E N I WA S A C H I L D, I H A D RECURRENT EAR INFECTIONS A N D M U LT I P L E S U R G E R I E S — that is what initially got me interested in medicine. As I grew older, I became more interested in how the brain and spine functioned which led to becoming a neuroscience major.” Dr. Christopher Kager channeled his own medical challenges from his childhood to form the foundation of his now thriving medical career, leading to his current role as a Neurosurgeon at Lancaster
Dr. Kager obtained his education from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He completed an internship at the University of Cincinnati followed by a neurosurgery residency and Chief Resident year in Neurosurgery. Dr. Kager continued his training by accepting a fellowship in Spinal Surgery at The Cleveland Clinic. He moved to Lancaster following this fellowship in 2001 and joined Lancaster NeuroScience. “I am amazed by the comprehensive and individualized approach at Lancaster
NeuroScience regarding patient care,” said Dr. Kager. “The opportunity to see patients improve over the course of their treatment here is very rewarding.” In his free time, Dr. Kager enjoys playing and watching sports—especially tennis and platform tennis. Whether he is in the office or at home, there is one mantra that he keeps at the forefront of his actions. “One of my favorite historical figures is Ben Franklin,” said Dr. Kager. “A favorite quote of mine is his daily affirmation: ‘What good shall I do this day?’” Dr. Kager strives to consistently implement this affirmation and help those in need. “There are many things we may not have control over,” added Dr. Kager. “So control the things you can. Stay active, don’t drink or text while driving, and stay safe.”
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Lancaster Managers, April Book (left) and Deb Flores (right)
Banking designed with you in mind. T H E T E A M AT C I TA D E L L O V E S T H E L A N C A S T E R C O M M U N I T Y and is invested in its success. For more than 80 years, Citadel has been focused on providing value to the people and communities they serve. With a newly expanded presence in the Lancaster area, the Rohrerstown Road branch, located in the Lime Spring Square Shopping Center, is the first of its kind to feature a new interior design and convenient, self-serve banking tools. Customers can enjoy 24/7 banking options and private financial planning areas. They canâ€™t wait to meet you. Stop by one of their Lancaster branches today!
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Celebrating 5 years of making Lancaster beautiful. BLOS SOM I S H E R E TO WA L K W I T H YOU ON YOUR SKI N CA RE A ND WE LLNE S S J O URNE Y. Blossom Med Spa believes in a confidence that shines from within. As they have for the past five years, their experienced staff continues to care about your needs and will strive to make you look and feel your best. They offer a wide variety of treatments, all customized to ones needs.
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Being proactive about your health IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS YOU CAN DO.
Novara’s state of the art technology AND DR. HAGER’S PERSONAL GUIDANCE HELP ME TAKE IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL. DAVID M.
MEET DAVID When he was in his late thirties, his unhealthy lifestyle caught up with him. As the father of young children, David realized he needed to change his habits. So, for the past two decades, he’s reorganized his entire life around the idea of being healthy. But, he also wanted a trusted medical advisor walking alongside him. That’s where Novara came in. Read David’s whole story to see how a partnership with Novara guides him toward his highest level of wellness at NovaraHealth.org/blog
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Rock your back-to-school smile! Maya Lamichane Age 10 Invisalign LOAsmile in progress
Dr. Manny Lamichane at LOA’s Lancaster office
LO A S M I L E S A R E N OW AVA I L A B L E in four convenient locations with plenty of after-school hours. Best of all, you don’t need a referral to come in for a complimentary visit and find out why Lancaster County is smiling!
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S&T For big ideas & Bank bold first steps.
Ben Stoltzfoos Vice President, Business Banker Andrea Splain Vice President, Business Banker Tammy Czyz Vice President, Regional Banking Manager
R E A DY T O G R O W ? At S&T Bank, they start with a handshake, an understanding of your business, and a personal commitment to deliver what you need when you need it. As your partner, they conduct a comprehensive review of your financial needs and goals, where they intersect, and how they can provide you with a total solutionâ€”from commercial banking, treasury management, and business banking to wealth management, insurance, and mortgage banking. Together, they will turn your dreams into reality. 1683 OREGON PIKE 2005 FRUIT VILLE PIKE 310 CENTERVILLE ROAD 800.325.2265 STBANK.COM
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An exceptional experience D R . M A X W E L L A D A M S A N D D R . E R I C K AT C H are honored to make your oral and facial health their priority. The care and service you receive is personalâ€”and these dedicated surgeons are proud to be committed to your overall good health and happiness.
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“ I ’ M D O I N G TH I N G S I ’ V E N E V E R D O N E B E FO R E .” Lloyd Ziegler embraces every new opportunity that comes his way at Garden Spot Village—from learning Scottish dancing to honing his woodworking skills to participating in travel with purpose trips to help rebuild homes devastated by Hurricane Matthew in North Carolina. Shortly after moving to Garden Spot, Lloyd joined the woodshop even though he didn’t have experience or woodworking skills. Master craftsman Bill George was the first of many craftsmen who have taught Lloyd the fine points of woodworking. He uses the woodworking skills he’s learned to help others whenever he can. For example, he recently crafted 100 “broken” wood hearts. This fall a team from Garden Spot Village will tie them together with leather cord and share “mended hearts” with patients at CURE International’s Kenya hospital in Kijabe. Living a purposeful life in a thriving community is at the heart of Garden Spot Village—because creating a meaningful future never ends. We would love to hear your story, introduce you to some residents, and give you the opportunity to learn a little more about the Garden Spot story.
Get in touch and we’ll set a time to see if it makes sense to craft a future together. You’re invited to visit our website or give us a call.
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Start something special this fall with a helping hand from a Union Community Bank Home Equity Line of Credit. Whether youâ€™re considering a new addition, finishing the basement, buying that car, or sending someone to college, our low 2.99% introductory rate is the perfect place to start. With 14 locations across Lancaster County, thereâ€™s a branch near you. Get a great start on your next big idea with a little help (and a great rate) from your neighbors at Union Community Bank.
Get started today at UnionCommunityBank.com/FallRateSpecial Home Equity Line of Credit Special: The introductory Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 2.99% is fixed for the first 12 months. At the end of the 12 month introductory period, the rate will be variable and subject to change based on the monthly Prime Rate published in the Wall Street Journal on the first business day of the month. Currently the rate would be 5.00% as of 6/14/2018. Minimum Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is 3.00%, Maximum APR is 18%. Minimum line of credit is $15,000 with minimum of $15,000 new money required for the introductory rate. Maximum loan to value of 80%. Collateral must be a single-family owner-occupied residence. Property insurance is required. Flood insurance may be required. Full appraisal may be required to establish the property value, Appraisal Fee may apply, if applicable, customer will be notified in advance. Subject to credit approval. Requires a Union checking account. Additional terms and conditions may apply. Early termination fee of $250 charged if account is closed within 36 months of opening.
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At The Treasure Place at Smucker Village, youâ€™ll find unique restored furniture, farm tables made by local craftspeople, and statement accessories for your home. Some of our pieces are even made on location. Grab a cup of coffee at the cafe and wander around the showroom to find something special. Find us on Facebook Badge
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Fig is a hyper-local guide to shopping, dining, arts, and entertainment that brings both voice and vision to great small destinations. Our c...
Published on Aug 1, 2018
Fig is a hyper-local guide to shopping, dining, arts, and entertainment that brings both voice and vision to great small destinations. Our c...