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Red 102.3 BROADCAST DAY OF EVENT, FIREWORKS, LINE DANCE AND MUSIC Map# 6:00 Carlisle Theatre

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Carlisle Arts Learning Center

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Comfort Suites

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Weiss Center at Dickinson College

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Courtesy of Platinum Sponsor Tuckey

Courtesy of Warrell Corp.

Courtesy of The Sentinel

Courtesy of Cornerstone FCU

First Presbyterian Church (Sanctuary)

Courtesy of Carlisle Regional Medical Center

First United Church of Christ Courtesy of RS Mowery

First United Church of Christ Courtesy of Deibler Insurance

Carlisle United Methodist Church (Multipurpose Room)

Courtesy of Dickinson College

Old Courthouse

Courtesy of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

St. Johns Episcopal Church

8:30 9:00 Payton Taylor 8:30 - 9:15

Mad Men 8 - 8:45

Courtesy of Comcast

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Courtesy of Fraternal Order of Eagles

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

Steppin’ Woofs 6 - 6:30

Steppin’ Woofs 6:45 - 7:15

Courtesy of Fraternal Order of Eagles

High Street

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Bosler Memorial Library

Frank Hancock 7 - 7:45

St. Paul’s Brass 7:15 - 7:45

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W. CHAPEL AVE

9:30 - 10:15

Frank Hancock 8 - 8:45

Frank Hancock 9 - 9:45

Wingin’ It! 8:00 - 8:45

Wingin’ It! 9:00 - 9:45

Accoustic Stew

10:30 - 11:15

Wingin’ It! 10:00 - 10:45

St. Paul’s Brass 8:00 - 8:30

RED 102.3

Button Raising & Fireworks at MIDNIGHT Carlisle Poets Workshop 8:00-11:00

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Accoustic Stew

Knisley Carriage Rides (7:00 - 9:00)

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Brad Crum 10 - 10:45

Ice Sculptor Tim Harris (6:00 - 9:30)

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Brad Crum 9 - 9:45

8:30 - 9:15

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Courtesy of Fraternal Order of Eagles

Celtic Martins 7:45 - 8:30

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First Night Board 2014

FIREWORKS COURTESY OF

Accoustic Stew

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Courtesy of Tuckey

10:30 - 11:15

9:30 - 10:15

BUTTON RAISING & FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR

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Brad Crum 8 - 8:45

St. Paul’s Brass 6:30 - 7:00

Ric LeBlanc

Ric LeBlanc

Steppin’ Woofs 7:30 - 8

Celtic Martins 6:45 - 7:30

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(Sanctuary)

Mad Men 10:00 - 10:45

Mad Men 9 - 9:45

Popcorn Hat Players 7:30 - 8:30

Popcorn Hat Players 6:15 - 7:15

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(Stock Hall)

MIDNIGHT

Ducky Duke & The Vintage 11:00 - 11:45

Ducky Duke & The Vintage 10:00 - 10:45

8:30 - 9:15

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(Parish Hall)

9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30

Ric LeBlanc

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(Sanctuary)

7:30 8:00 Payton Taylor 7:30 - 8:15

Creative Fun for Children (Art) 6:30 - 9:30

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(Fellowship Hall)

6:30 7:00 Payton Taylor 6:30 - 7:15

1. Carlisle Theater 2. Carlisle Arts Learning Center 3. Comfort Suites 4. Weiss Center at Dickinson 5. First Presbyterian Church 6. First UCC Hall/Sanctuary 7. Carlisle U.M. Church 8. Old Courthouse 9. St. John’s Episcopal Church 10. St. Paul’s Lutheran Stock Hall/Sanctuary 11. DJ/Fireworks/Button Raise 12. Bosler Memorial Library A M&T Bank ATM

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Thank you for joining us to celebrate the 16th anniversary of First Night Carlisle. We take pride in presenting a variety of wholesome family fun in a number of venues located throughout downtown Carlisle. This year you will see a number of exciting new acts. This is in response to your comments on last years survey. Please be sure to fill out this year’s survey to give us guidance for next year. Again, thank you for coming and have a fun evening.

Vis it o r s I nf o r m a t io n

WEAR YOUR BUTTON where it can be seen. (Ages 5 and under free.) LOST & FOUND and GENERAL INFORMATION: In the Carlisle Theatre. FIRST AID: Corner of Pitt Street & W. High Street. BATHROOMS: Available in most venues: “Porta-Potties” are also available. TRASH: Please keep our community clean and use provided receptacles. SURVEYS: Please take a moment to let your voice be heard.

DON’T MISS THE BUTTON RAISING & FIREWORKS AT MIDNIGHT! FIRST NIGHT® CARLISLE is a family-friendly, alcohol-free event. MORE INFO:WWW.FIRSTNIGHTCARLISLE.ORG OR CALL (717)258-0666

SPONSORS


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Carlisle Theatre

Courtesy of Platinum Sponsor Tuckey 6:30-7:15; 7:30 -8:15; 8:30-9:15

First Presbyterian Church

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(Sanctuary) Courtesy of Carlisle Regional Medical Center

Payton Taylor was recently recognized by an NBC affiliated station in Nashville as one of the top 3 upcoming young female artists in country music and was featured as an emerging artist at the 2013 CMA Music Festival. She has performed at several of the country’s largest music festivals and has opened for major artists such as Merle Haggard, Charlie Daniels, Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis.

Popcorn Hat Players has been entertaining children and their families since 1993, bringing fairy tales, folk tales and fables to new audiences every year. Using creative comedy and improvisation, the Players write original adaptations and breathe new life into unforgettable stories.

Ducky Duke and the Vintage describe their music as rock ‘n roll, bluesy country, soulful vibe with some pop infused. Their songs put across a vintage sound coupled with a more modern approach. To quote Ducky, “it’s just rock ‘n roll in my own way.”

First United Church of Christ

6:15-7:15; 7:30-8:30

10:00-10:45; 11:00-11:45

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Carlisle Arts Learning Center Courtesy of Warrell Corp.

6:30-9:30

CALC offers a fun and creative evening for children and adults. CALC serves and enriches the community by encouraging creativity and self-esteem through exploration and appreciation of the visual arts through classes, workshops and community events.

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Comfort Suites

Courtesy of The Sentinel

8:00-8:45; 9:00-9:45; 10:00-10:45

Mad Men is a live funk/hip-hop act with a strong jazz influence. Their focus is on delivering high energy shows full of dancing that make people feel good!

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Weiss Center at Dickinson College Courtesy of Cornerstone FCU

8:30-9:15; 9:30-10:15; 10:30-11:15

Ric LeBlanc is a singer/songwriter who has been performing since the age of 15 when he joined his first Rock Band. Ric has been the front-man for the popular Classic Rock band Cheap Sneakers for over 20 years and currently hosts “Open Mic” night every Thursday evening at the Courthouse Common Coffee Shop in Carlisle.

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(Fellowship Hall) Courtesy of RS Mowery

6:00-6:30; 6:45-7:15; 7:30-8:00

Steppin’ Woofs Country Western Holiday Lasso up your family and join the Steppin’ Woofs for an evening of toe tapping western tunes. The handlers have rounded up their “doggies” and are prepared to entertain you. Steppin’ Woofs are from the Fieldwood Dog Training Center.

First United Church of Christ

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(Sanctuary) Courtesy of Deibler Insurance

Old Courthouse

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Courtesy of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

8:30-9:15; 9:30-10:15; 10:30-11:15

Acoustic Stew is made up of four seasoned musicians who play everything from roots blues, contemporary light rock, ballads and “just plain good stuff.” Their sweet sound combined with a variety of instruments and unique rhythm section provides for entertainment that lays down the grove. Bartoli, Seig, McKain & Metz

St. Johns Episcopal Church

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Courtesy of Comcast

7:00-7:45; 8:00-8:45; 9:00-9:45

Frank and Maureen Hancock have been teaching dance for over 14 years. Learn to do the hottest dances... the Salsa & the Rumba.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

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(Stock Hall)

Courtesy of Fraternal Order of Eagles

8:00-8:45; 9:00-9:45; 10:00-10:45 Wingin’It! Since 2005, Wingin’It! has established itself as a

premiere high school improv troupe in Pennsylvania. Watch these young adults think on their feet and provide comic entertainment performed in the style of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

6:45-7:30; 7:45-8:30

Celtic Martins has been performing as a family since 2004 and is an exciting, energetic group that features traditional Celtic music as well as Irish step dancing. Come and hear this musical sensation as they perform with fiddles, Irish whistles, mandolins, bagpipes and percussion.

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(Multipurpose Room) Courtesy of Dickinson College

8:00-8:45; 9:00-9:45; 10:00-10:45

Brad Crum is a professional Elvis Tribute Artist with over 40 years as a band leader and musician. Brad is known for his exceptional vocal ability with a powerful 3 ½ octave vocal range with the soul and sound of a legend. Graphic-Identity Guidelines

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St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

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(Sanctuary)

Courtesy of Fraternal Order of Eagles

St. Paul’s Brass was formed in 1995 to serve St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church with brass music. The group plays for many special events in addition to their regular performances as part of the worship service at St. Paul’s.

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High Street

Courtesy of Tuckey Tim Harris, armed with an electric chain saw, turns huge blocks of ice into amazing, beautiful works of art. 7:00-9:00

K&K Carriage will provide you with an enjoyable and relaxing ride through historic downtown Carlisle in beautifully restored carriages drawn by exquisite horses. Country music station Red 102.3 will be broadcasting throughout the night and will provide opportunities for line dancing.

Courtesy of Fraternal Order of Eagles

8:00-11:00

Carlisle Poets Workshop - Poetry and dramatic readings alternating with musical interludes throughout the evening. The poets are all ages including students from high school and college. There will be punch and refreshments.

LOYA L PAT R O N S B l u e L e ve l ( $ 1 5 0 ) Jo s e p h B o u r d o n , D D S Don & Marjie Mower y D r. D o r i s D o Animal Inn Don & Lillian Boose Je b & Je n n i f e r B e t a r White Circle Club Crystal Kerns & Mike Kennedy E K We i t z e l

R e d L e ve l ( $ 1 0 0 ) To m & Ja n A r m i n i o

W h i t e L e ve l ( $ 5 0 )

Ye l l o w L e ve l ( $ 2 5 ) C a n t o r & Te a m

6:30-7:00; 7:15-7:45; 8:00-8:30

Carlisle United Methodist Church

Bosler Memorial Library

Anonymous Robert & Sally Broyles Dan & Anita Brant K i r b y & Jo y B u r k h o l d e r Diamond Leadership & Strategy Marv & Kathy Salsman Gordon & Martha Bergsten J i m & Jo a n B o y t i m Je r r y F M o c k Glenn & Susan Beinhaur Alfred Speers Fr e d e r i c B u r g e s s Roger Giffin

Jo h n & B e v e r l y M a n c k e

AD   S American Legion Carlisle Syntec Appalachian Orthopedic Center

F & M Tr u s t Daily Express Ahlstrom White Cirrcle

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First Night Carlisle 2014 Program Guide