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 May Events

23 Tuesday
  6 pm Hollabaugh Bro's presents kids cooking class - Strawberries are the Star! For kids ages 8-13
Learn to jazz up our fresh strawberries 3 different ways: Create a smoothie, dipped chocolate strawberries and a delicious strawberry dessert! Cost is $30 per kid, per class (due at registration) and includes all supplies – all you need to bring is you! Registration is required – so call 717-677-8412 today.
6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival. Sponsored by Mother Seton School and located at 100 Creamery Road, Emmitsburg, MD. Rides, games, food, and entertainment available each night. An annual tradition in Emmitsburg. Come and join the fun! Monday is Alumni Night (rain date Tuesday). MSS alumni who check in receive a special gift and may enter to win a door prize. For more information, visit www.mothersetonschool.org.
  
24 Wed
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival. Sponsored by Mother Seton School and located at 100 Creamery Road, Emmitsburg, MD. Rides, games, food, and entertainment available each night. An annual tradition in Emmitsburg. Come and join the fun! Monday is Alumni Night (rain date Tuesday). MSS alumni who check in receive a special gift and may enter to win a door prize. For more information, visit www.mothersetonschool.org.
     
25 Thursday
  6 pm Hollabaugh Bros presents adult planter class. Join us to create a lovely planter full of annuals to display on your front step! Our gardening experts will walk you through each step, explaining which plants will do well in your yard’s sun/shade conditions and also, which plants visually complement each other nicely. Cost: $40 for one 12″ pot/planter OR $70 for two. Cost of soil and selected plants included in registration price. Registration is required – so call 717-677-8412 today.
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival. Sponsored by Mother Seton School and located at 100 Creamery Road, Emmitsburg, MD. Rides, games, food, and entertainment available each night. An annual tradition in Emmitsburg. Come and join the fun! Monday is Alumni Night (rain date Tuesday). MSS alumni who check in receive a special gift and may enter to win a door prize. For more information, visit www.mothersetonschool.org.
  7 pm Hollabaugh Bros presents adult cooking class - Scrumptious strawberry desserts. Take advantage of peak strawberry season by learning several delicious dessert recipes that are sure to delight your family! Cost is $30/person/class (due at registration) and includes all supplies – all you need to bring is you! Registration is required, so call 717-677-8412 today!
     
26 Friday  
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival. Sponsored by Mother Seton School and located at 100 Creamery Road, Emmitsburg, MD. Rides, games, food, and entertainment available each night. An annual tradition in Emmitsburg. Come and join the fun! Monday is Alumni Night (rain date Tuesday). MSS alumni who check in receive a special gift and may enter to win a door prize. For more information, visit www.mothersetonschool.org.
  7:30 pm The Myersville-Wolfsville Area Historical Society will sponsor a free PowerPoint presentation exploring the rich history of the presidential retreat at Camp David. The program is open to the public, free of charge, and will be followed by a social hour with refreshments. The event will be held at the Myersville Fire Hall in Myersville, MD.

This presentation will trace the fascinating 75-year history of Camp David, detailing the day-to-day activities of its occupants and the momentous decisions and events which have taken place there. In addition to anecdotes about the chief executives and their families, highlights include FDR’s wartime deliberations with Winston Churchill, Eisenhower’s talks with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, Nixon’s intense days at Camp David during the Watergate crisis, and Carter’s successful efforts to piece together the Camp David Accords with Anwar Sadat and Menachim Begin. For more information, call 301-926-4613 or email Juliacarlson@gmail.com.
     
27 Saturday  
  8 am Strawberry Festival at Hollabaugh’s! Join us for our strawberry festival on Memorial Day weekend! Fresh Strawberry Sundaes, Strawberry Pies, Strawberries n’ Shortcake, Strawberry activities for the kids…it’s ALL strawberries, all weekend! Hope to see you there!
  6 pm Mother Seton School Carnival. Sponsored by Mother Seton School and located at 100 Creamery Road, Emmitsburg, MD. Rides, games, food, and entertainment available each night. An annual tradition in Emmitsburg. Come and join the fun! Monday is Alumni Night (rain date Tuesday). MSS alumni who check in receive a special gift and may enter to win a door prize. For more information, visit www.mothersetonschool.org.
     
28 Sunday  
  noon Strawberry Festival at Hollabaugh’s! Join us for our strawberry festival on Memorial Day weekend! Fresh Strawberry Sundaes, Strawberry Pies, Strawberries n’ Shortcake, Strawberry activities for the kids…it’s ALL strawberries, all weekend! Hope to see you there!
  11 am Catoctin Mountain Park spring program: Wildflowers to Ferns – Park Volunteer Day. Despres will introduce participants to the blooming flowers, captivating ferns, and other prominent vegetation along the Brown’s Farm Trail in Catoctin Mountain Park. Meet at the Owens Creek Picnic Area. This program is free and open to the public. For more information call 301-663-9388 or email peggie_gaul@nps.gov.
     
29 Monday  
  2 pm Gettysburg's 150th Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies. The Gettysburg Joint Veterans Memorial Day Commission would like to announce that the 150th Annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony in Gettysburg. This is a great way to remember and honor those men and women who died while serving our country. The 150th Annual Gettysburg Memorial Day parade and ceremony is one of the oldest continuing ceremonies in the country.

The Memorial Day Parade will begin at Lefever Street in Gettysburg and head northeast to Middle Street; turn west on East Middle Street and south on Baltimore Street to the Soldiers’ National Cemetery. The Memorial Day Ceremony will take place at 3 p.m. at the Rostrum in the Soldiers’ National Cemetery.
  7:30 pm Memorial Day Remembrance in Music. Join area musicians as they offer a free concert to remember the sacrifices of America’s fallen soldiers. Hosted by the Cumberland Valley School of Music (CVSM), the open-air concert will be held at the Chambersburg Memorial Park band shell. The concert will include a flag-folding ceremony to honor America’s veterans, and during the musical selection the "Armed Forces Salute," those who have served, or are currently serving, in the military will be recognized.

Musical selections will reflect the richness of patriotic, American music and include songs that evoke pride in America and in the ideals that bring all Americans together: freedom, equality, hope, and justice. Featuring the CVSM Community Symphonic Band and Community Choir, the concert will open with the National Anthem and include other favorites such as John Philip Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever, the Battle Hymn of the Republic, and Aaron Copland’s The Promise of Living. CVSM instructor and accomplished flute and saxophone player, Timothy Gotwald will conduct the band. The community choir will join the band to sing three of the day’s selections. Conducted by Rob Gowing, the choir consists of more than 40 community members ranging in age from teens to seniors. The band and chorus are people from the local community who love music and want to share music with their neighbors.

The concert is outdoors. So, bring blankets and lawn chairs. Bring the family and kids, and enjoy a picnic and an evening of music out in the open. In case of rain, the concert will be moved to the Chambersburg Area Senior High School Auditorium. Please check the CVSM website and Facebook page for weather-related updates on the day of the concert.
     
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 June Events

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2 Friday  
  6 pm Hollabaugh Bros., Inc. will be hosting a Kids’ Date Night with Mom or Dad, featuring a family-friendly Comedy/Magic Show from “Insanity Factor” followed by yummy snacks and great music!! Show you kiddo (or kiddos!) how important they are to you, by spending a fun night out together! Cost: $30 per “couple” (Parent/Child), $40 for Parent + 2 kids OR $50 for the whole family (max of 5 people). We hope to see you there! For more information call 717-677-8412 or register online by visiting www.hollabaughbros.com.
  7 pm 24th Annual Frederick Festival of the Arts. This event is held along Carroll Creek Linear Park in the heart of Historic downtown Frederick. This juried fine arts venue invites discerning art-lovers from across the country. The festival is committed to presenting the finest national artists bringing the best of quality fine art, exceptional musical talents, and plenty of food and beverages for all to enjoy! Join the high caliber celebration! For more information, call 301-662-4190.
     
3 Saturday  
  9 am National Trails Day at Cunningham Falls State Park - William Houck Area. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 301-271-7574.
  10 am 24th Annual Frederick Festival of the Arts. This event is held along Carroll Creek Linear Park in the heart of Historic downtown Frederick. This juried fine arts venue invites discerning art-lovers from across the country. The festival is committed to presenting the finest national artists bringing the best of quality fine art, exceptional musical talents, and plenty of food and beverages for all to enjoy! Join the high caliber celebration! For more information, call 301-662-4190.
  Noon Springfield Winery and Distillery's Pig Roast fundraising event for the Shriner’s Hospital for Children. All proceeds from the sale of the food go to the Shriner’s Hospital for Children. The menu for this event is All you can eat pulled pork, fresh cut French fries and coleslaw. Cost of the meal is $15.00. Live music will be by Sonorous. Tickets may be purchased in advanced Springfield Winery and Distillery’s webpage or may be purchased at the door.
     
4 Sunday  
  11 am 24th Annual Frederick Festival of the Arts. This event is held along Carroll Creek Linear Park in the heart of Historic downtown Frederick. This juried fine arts venue invites discerning art-lovers from across the country. The festival is committed to presenting the finest national artists bringing the best of quality fine art, exceptional musical talents, and plenty of food and beverages for all to enjoy! Join the high caliber celebration! For more information, call 301-662-4190.
     
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8 Thursday  
    20th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Brass Band Festival. The 2017 brass festival will be held on the Main Stage at the Lutheran Seminary with the Adams County Community Band and The Gettysburg Big Band.

This free event is organized by volunteers in partnership with the Lutheran Seminary Music, Gettysburg! Concert Series, Destination Gettysburg and the Gettysburg Times. For more information call 717-334-4576 or visit www.gettysburgbrassbandfestival.com

A full afternoon and evening of music begins at noon, Saturday June 10th on the Gettysburg Tours Main Stage and Hill Unger Stage on the historic grounds of the Lutheran Theological Seminary on Seminary Ridge. The festival hosts several North American Brass Band Association Champions (NABBA) including the 2017 National Champion, New Jersey’s Atlantic Brass Band and 2017 North American Brass Band Association Section 2 Champion, the Rockville Brass Band! Past Champions include the Chesapeake Brass Band (Delaware) and Spires Brass Band (Maryland). Also included in Saturday’s lineup, Benfield Brass Band from Maryland, the Brass of the Potomac from Virginia, the Syracuse University Brass Ensemble and the Dixieland Express from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Gettysburg Brass Band Festival closes with the moving “Taps” Tribute as buglers bring honor from historic sites on the Gettysburg battlefield.

A popular part of the GBBF is the Instrument Petting Zoo where youngsters of all ages get the opportunity to try brass instruments. A Bugle School will also be held during the weekend along with the ever-popular Saturday Brass Picnic; delicious food and beer will be available onsite for purchase.

     
9 Friday  
    20th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Brass Band Festival. The Gettysburg Brass, Hanover Lancers Alumni Drum and Bugle Corps, Ante Bellum Marine Band and others perform Friday evening, June 9th at various locations around the town of Gettysburg.

This free event is organized by volunteers in partnership with the Lutheran Seminary Music, Gettysburg! Concert Series, Destination Gettysburg and the Gettysburg Times. For more information call 717-334-4576 or visit www.gettysburgbrassbandfestival.com

     
10 Saturday  
  8 am MorningStar Family Church's fourth annual Giveaway Day in Thurmont. For those of you who are new to this event, it's just like a yard sale except every item is absolutely free! This event is open to the general public. No dealers, retailers, or wholesalers. Nothing is for resale. The event and items are for those who have a need. We are accepting donations through June 7, 2017. If you have any questions, email us at contact@morningstarfc.org
  noon 20th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Brass Band Festival. A full afternoon and evening of music on the Gettysburg Tours Main Stage and Hill Unger Stage on the historic grounds of the Lutheran Theological Seminary on Seminary Ridge. The festival hosts several North American Brass Band Association Champions (NABBA) including the 2017 National Champion, New Jersey’s Atlantic Brass Band and 2017 North American Brass Band Association Section 2 Champion, the Rockville Brass Band! Past Champions include the Chesapeake Brass Band (Delaware) and Spires Brass Band (Maryland). Also included in Saturday’s lineup, Benfield Brass Band from Maryland, the Brass of the Potomac from Virginia, the Syracuse University Brass Ensemble and the Dixieland Express from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Gettysburg Brass Band Festival closes with the moving “Taps” Tribute as buglers bring honor from historic sites on the Gettysburg battlefield.

A popular part of the GBBF is the Instrument Petting Zoo where youngsters of all ages get the opportunity to try brass instruments. A Bugle School will also be held during the weekend along with the ever-popular Saturday Brass Picnic; delicious food and beer will be available onsite for purchase.
  1 pm Hollabaugh Bros., Inc hosts - Ladies’ Summer “Luau-themed” Tea.and craft mini-workshop to celebrate the beginning of summer. We’ll start with an informal tea, featuring delicious recipes and baked goods. After we have time to chat with your friends and new acquaintances, we’ll conclude our gathering by creating a craft to add a touch of the season to your home. Join us for a fun, relaxing time with your friends…and make a new friend or two! Cost is $30 per person, and payment is required at the time of registration. To register, call 717-677-8412 or visit www.hollabaughbros.com to register online!
  Noon St John's Lutheran Church's benefit dinner.Fried Chicken and Spiral Ham Dinner, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans, Garden Lettuce, Rhubarb Sauce, Apple Sauce, Rolls, Coffee, Cake, Iced Tea and Coffee, There will be a Fancy Table, Adults $16, Children under 12 - $8, Children under 5 - Free, Carry-Outs $17, This Dinner Benefits Cindy Heilman. for more information please call 301-304-2507. 8619 Blacks Mill Road, Creagerstown.
  4 pm

Mt. Tabor Church of Rocky Ridge will hold a festival at Mt. Tabor Park, home of the big slid . Come enjoy good home-cooked food: Soup, Sandwiches, Iced Tea and Ice Cream & Strawberries from 4 - 9 p.m.    Music by "River Bend Band".  Come join us in Christian Fellowship - surely a good time for everyone of all ages.

     
11 Sunday  
  2 pm Music, Gettysburg! presents - American Songbook. Wayne Hill, Michael Matsinko and special guests return, this time presenting the greatest hits of Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern, plus the melodies of WW2. Music Gettysburg is a premier concert series featuring international, regional and local musical artists for the greater south central Pennsylvania region. Concerts are free and open to the public thanks to support for the series that comes from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, from businesses and from many individuals. For more information call 717-338-3000 or visit www.musicgettysburg.org/
  6 pm Thurmont's concert Memorial  Park featuring the Spires Brass band.
     
12 Monday
  4 pm Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. Rides open at 7 pm, shows start at 7:30 pm. Ride all night one price. Dinners will be served buffet style. Hot chicken sandwiches and ham. For more information call 410-596-4994.
  6:30 pm Mackenzie's Light bereavement & drug awareness groups invite the public to a free picnic at the Thurmont Community Park Large Pavilion.This event is instead of the regular monthly meetings of each group. Food, activities & displays are planned for the evening. Anyone impacted by family loss or drug abuse is welcome. Call 301-524-8064 or 240-288-1300 for more information.
     
13 Tuesday
  4 pm Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. Rides open at 7 pm, shows start at 7:30 pm. Ride all night one price. Dinners will be served buffet style. Meat loaf and hot chicken sandwiches. For more information call 410-596-4994.
     
14 Wednesday  
  9 am Hollabaugh Bros., Inc. to host 2017 “Read, Learn, Grow!” summer program series. The Hollabaugh family would like to welcome our young friends, ages 3-8, to join us for our summer “Read, Learn, Grow” program -- Wednesdays, from June 14th – August 2nd, with two start times: 9:00am and 10:30am.
Kids (ages 3-8) who participate in our Read, Learn, Grow program will: Enjoy story time each Wednesday morning with books on farming, fruits, veggies, insects and more; Immerse themselves on the farm, visiting different areas pertinent to the book of the week; Participate in an activity and take home something special each week – from hand-picked fruit to a handmade craft; Learn not only about agriculture, but also how fun it is to read! Cost: $6 per child, per week; no registration required. Held rain or shine! For more information call 717-677-8412 or visit our website at www. hollabaughbros.com.
 
  4 pm Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. Rides open at 7 pm, shows start at 7:30 pm. Ride all night one price. Dinners will be served buffet style. Hot roast beef sandwiches and lasagna. For more information call 410-596-4994.
     
15 Thursday  
  4 pm Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. Rides open at 7 pm, shows start at 7:30 pm. Ride all night one price. Dinners will be served buffet style. Fried chicken and hot roast beef sandwiches. For more information call 410-596-4994.
  6:30 pm Hollabaugh Bros., Inc. will be hosting an “Orchard Photo Walk” for photographers of all experience levels, through our beautiful orchards and farmland. Enjoy a stroll on a warm, summer evening, capturing photos of the beauty of our orchards! Bring your camera and walking shoes, and join us for “National Nature Photography Day”. An experienced photographer will guide you on a stroll through our orchards, providing tips and techniques so you can capture the most beautiful photos possible! Cost: $20 per person. Registration is required, so call 717-677-8412 today or register online by visiting www.hollabaughbros.com. Amateurs welcome! We hope to see you there!
     
16 Friday  
  9 am 6th annual Emergency Services Golf Tournament
to benefit the Fairfield and Fountaindale Volunteer Fire Departments. The event will be taking place at the Carroll Valley Golf Course at Liberty Mountain.

Shot gun start at 9:15 AM with a 4 person scramble format.
$70 per player (Includes cart, green fees, refreshments on the course and catered lunch after the tournament). there will be numerous team and individual prizes. Registration deadline: June 12, 2017. To register your team call Sarah Ginn at 717-729-1998.
  4 pm Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. Rides open at 7 pm, shows start at 7:30 pm. Ride all night one price. Dinners will be served buffet style. Hot chicken sandwiches and ham. For more information call 410-596-4994.
     
17 Saturday  
  8 am New Oxford 61st Annual Antique Market & Craft Show on the Historic Center Square and Surrounding Streets. This is the  longest continuous running antique show in the Country. 200 Quality Dealers and Many Permanent Shops. Event is sponsored by The New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce and is free to the public. For more information, call 717-624-2800.
  9 am Springfield Manor Winery & Distiller Lavender Festival. Join us for a day in the lavender field. Enjoy picturesque views, vendors, live music, food, wine, and handcrated distilled spirits. Relax in the fragrant field, photograph the scenery, and shop the artisan vendors. Gifts, plants, fresh & dried lavender, and cut your own bundles will be available for purchase.
All adults and children over 2 years of age require tickets. Ticket covers a single day entry to festival. Advanced ticket purchase required. All ticket sales are final and event will be held rain or shine. Space is limited - purchase your ticket today.

Ticket Options:
Festival Entry- ticket includes entry into festival.
Lunch ticket- includes entry to festival as well as lavender luncheon includng lavender chicken salad croissant, grapes, chips, lavender lemonade, & lavender cookie. For vegetarian option (lavender vinaigrette salad) please purchase your ticket then email valerie@springfieldmanor.com to reserve a vegetarian meal.
  4 pm Taneytown Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. Rides open at 7 pm, shows start at 7:30 pm. Ride all night one price. Dinners will be served buffet style. Hot chicken sandwiches and ham. Big cash drawing - win $2000 for first prize. For more information call 410-596-4994.
     
18 Sunday  
  9 am Springfield Manor Winery & Distiller Lavender Festival. Join us for a day in the lavender field. Enjoy picturesque views, vendors, live music, food, wine, and handcrated distilled spirits. Relax in the fragrant field, photograph the scenery, and shop the artisan vendors. Gifts, plants, fresh & dried lavender, and cut your own bundles will be available for purchase.
All adults and children over 2 years of age require tickets. Ticket covers a single day entry to festival. Advanced ticket purchase required. All ticket sales are final and event will be held rain or shine. Space is limited - purchase your ticket today.

Ticket Options:
Festival Entry- ticket includes entry into festival.
Lunch ticket- includes entry to festival as well as lavender luncheon includng lavender chicken salad croissant, grapes, chips, lavender lemonade, & lavender cookie. For vegetarian option (lavender vinaigrette salad) please purchase your ticket then email valerie@springfieldmanor.com to reserve a vegetarian meal.
     
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21 Wed
  9 am Hollabaugh Bros., Inc. to host 2017 “Read, Learn, Grow!” summer program series. The Hollabaugh family would like to welcome our young friends, ages 3-8, to join us for our summer “Read, Learn, Grow” program -- Wednesdays, from June 14th – August 2nd, with two start times: 9:00am and 10:30am.
Kids (ages 3-8) who participate in our Read, Learn, Grow program will: Enjoy story time each Wednesday morning with books on farming, fruits, veggies, insects and more; Immerse themselves on the farm, visiting different areas pertinent to the book of the week; Participate in an activity and take home something special each week – from hand-picked fruit to a handmade craft; Learn not only about agriculture, but also how fun it is to read! Cost: $6 per child, per week; no registration required. Held rain or shine! For more information call 717-677-8412 or visit our website at www. hollabaughbros.com.
  6 pm Join the Penn State Master Gardeners of Adams County on the following Wednesday evenings, June through September at the Ag Center, 670 Old Harrisburg Road, Gettysburg, to learn about the plants in our gardens. There is no fee
for this garden tour! Come enjoy our gardens and get ideas for your own landscape! For more information call 717-334-6271.
     
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24 Saturday  
  all day PA Cider Fest. Taste the best of Pennsylvania's ciders at this exciting festival. Live music, demos, samples, food and shopping are waiting for you in Pennsylvania's apple country. Home to over 30 cideries and ranked 4th in the country for apple production, Pennsylvania is celebrating cider in a big way with a statewide festival. Saturday's festival will welcome cider makers from all over the state to showcase their ciders, provide samples and to sell product to ticket holders. Activities will include special seminars from cider experts focusing on apple pressing, cider apples, cider pairing and tasting tips. With live music and orchard tours, Adams County orchards will offer a picturesque backdrop to taste the finest PA-produced ciders. Taking place rain or shine (no refunds), the festival will also feature foods for purchase from local food trucks and vendors.

Festival transportation will be provided and accommodation packages are available. For more information call 717-334-4888 or visit http://www.paciderfest.com/
     
25 Sunday  
     
26 Monday  
  6 pm Harney Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. New this year come and ride the Mechanical Bull Ride. Dining Hall doors open for Dinner at 4:30 p.m. in our air conditioner hall and outside Food Stands open up at 6:00 pm. Inflatable Rides, pay one price for rides every night and they open up Mon - Thurs 6:30 - 10:30 pm. and Fri & Sat 6:30 - 11:00 pm. Our entertainment runs from 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. nightly. Weekly nightly Bingo all week in air condition.
Chances on Big Money Drawing for Fire company and ladies Auxiliary!!!
     
27 Tuesday  
  6 pm Harney Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. New this year come and ride the Mechanical Bull Ride. Dining Hall doors open for Dinner at 4:30 p.m. in our air conditioner hall and outside Food Stands open up at 6:00 pm. Inflatable Rides, pay one price for rides every night and they open up Mon - Thurs 6:30 - 10:30 pm. and Fri & Sat 6:30 - 11:00 pm. Our entertainment runs from 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. nightly. Weekly nightly Bingo all week in air condition.
Chances on Big Money Drawing for Fire company and ladies Auxiliary!!!
     
28 Wed  
  9 am Hollabaugh Bros., Inc. to host 2017 “Read, Learn, Grow!” summer program series. The Hollabaugh family would like to welcome our young friends, ages 3-8, to join us for our summer “Read, Learn, Grow” program -- Wednesdays, from June 14th – August 2nd, with two start times: 9:00am and 10:30am.
Kids (ages 3-8) who participate in our Read, Learn, Grow program will: Enjoy story time each Wednesday morning with books on farming, fruits, veggies, insects and more; Immerse themselves on the farm, visiting different areas pertinent to the book of the week; Participate in an activity and take home something special each week – from hand-picked fruit to a handmade craft; Learn not only about agriculture, but also how fun it is to read! Cost: $6 per child, per week; no registration required. Held rain or shine! For more information call 717-677-8412 or visit our website at www. hollabaughbros.com.
  6 pm Harney Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. New this year come and ride the Mechanical Bull Ride. Dining Hall doors open for Dinner at 4:30 p.m. in our air conditioner hall and outside Food Stands open up at 6:00 pm. Inflatable Rides, pay one price for rides every night and they open up Mon - Thurs 6:30 - 10:30 pm. and Fri & Sat 6:30 - 11:00 pm. Our entertainment runs from 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. nightly. Weekly nightly Bingo all week in air condition.
Chances on Big Money Drawing for Fire company and ladies Auxiliary!!!
     
29 Thursday
  6 pm Harney Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. New this year come and ride the Mechanical Bull Ride. Dining Hall doors open for Dinner at 4:30 p.m. in our air conditioner hall and outside Food Stands open up at 6:00 pm. Inflatable Rides, pay one price for rides every night and they open up Mon - Thurs 6:30 - 10:30 pm. and Fri & Sat 6:30 - 11:00 pm. Our entertainment runs from 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. nightly. Weekly nightly Bingo all week in air condition.
Chances on Big Money Drawing for Fire company and ladies Auxiliary!!!
     
30 Friday  
  6 pm Harney Volunteer Fire Company Carnival. New this year come and ride the Mechanical Bull Ride. Dining Hall doors open for Dinner at 4:30 p.m. in our air conditioner hall and outside Food Stands open up at 6:00 pm. Inflatable Rides, pay one price for rides every night and they open up Mon - Thurs 6:30 - 10:30 pm. and Fri & Sat 6:30 - 11:00 pm. Our entertainment runs from 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. nightly. Weekly nightly Bingo all week in air condition.
Chances on Big Money Drawing for Fire company and ladies Auxiliary!!!