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Movie – Bridesmaids – June 27, 2019

Annie (Kristen Wiig), is a maid of honor whose life unravels as she leads her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), and a group of colorful bridesmaids (Rose Bryn, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-covey and Ellie Kemper) on a wild ride down the road to matrimony. Ladies Night at the Capitol! Wine/beer $2 (this movie only) Warning strong adult language and sexual content! Directed by Paul Feig Tickets at door only, also a 7pm show

Movie – Jumanji – July 11, 2019

After being trapped in a jungle board game for 26 years, a Man-Child wins his release from the game. But, no sooner has he arrived he’s forced to play again, and this time sets the creatures of the jungle loose on the city. Now it is up to him to stop them. One of Robin Williams’ best films! Directed by Joe Johnston Tickets at door only. Also a 7pm show.

Path Valley Historical Society – July 11, 2019

A brief business meeting will be held followed by small group tours to be conducted of the Elder Taylor home which the Martin’s have restored and have furnished to period furniture. The original portion of the building dates to 1768.

Many historical and noteworthy events happend at this home. The kidnapping of Susan Taylor, a tavern, parties, dances, romances, wills probated, deeds transferred, and even worship services were conducted from the home. Squire Taylor was also a Justice of the Peace from this home. One of the Valley’s most notorious homes, this will be an informative and interesting meeting.

For additional information contact Tammy Adams at 717-349-2583.

Rural Life Festival – July 13, 2019

Rural Life Festival

Rural Life Festival
July 13, 2019
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Spend a Day in the Past…

Demonstrations-Antique Farm Machinery- Small Engines-Stationary Crosscut Saw-Working Steam Engine-Grain Thrashing-Horse Drawn Binder-Grain Flailing- Corn Shelling- Hay unloading in barn with hay fork-Potato Raising and Gathering- Bailing Hay and Straw -Sheep Shearing-Spinning & Weaving-Quilting- Soap Making-Chair Caning-Wood Working- Broom Making-Blacksmith-Log Hewing-Scrapple Making- Fresh Apple Cider Making-Bread Baking-Butter Making- Black Kettle Cooked Bean Soup-Homemade Amish Donuts- Lemonade-Chicken Bar-B-Q-Hand cut French Fries-Homemade Amish Pretzels-Antique Displays-Butchering Display-Music- Horse Wagon Rides-Barrel Train-Children’s Activities-Petting Zoo- Inside Auction-Hand dipped Ice Cream-Soups, Sandwiches- and so much more…
Something for all ages!
Free Admission and Free Parking
Events begin at 9:00 a.m. rain or shine

presented by
Newburg United Methodist Church
203 North High Street,
Newburg PA 17240

3 miles from exit 201 of the PA Turnpike

1st Annual KKPP Tresler Automotive Car, Truck, & Motorcycle Show – July 20, 2019

1st Anual KKPP Tresler Automotive Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show

Proceeds benefit Knick Knack Pittie Pack.
Awards will be presented for:
Top 20 Domestic +1 Best of Show
Top 3 Import +1 Best of Show
Top 3 Truck +1 Best of Show
Top 3 Motorcycle +1 Best of Show

Dash Plaques for the first 50 registrants
50/50 Raffle
Silent Auction
Food available by J & M Barbeque

Registration 9-11a
Show 10-3p
Award Ceremony 2:30p

Pre-registration – $12
Day of Show – $15

Registration forms will be available April 1st.
Mail registration money to:
KKPP Car Show
618 Maple St.
Waynesboro, PA 17268

Questions, please call Todd Warner at 717-552-8403 after 3pm.

Cruise for Kidz Charity Auto Show – July 21, 2019

Come join us for the 2nd annual Cruise For Kidz Charity Auto Show. All makes and models are welcome. We have people’s choice awards along with top 3 in 9 classes. Wide variety of vehicles don’t question if we wanna see it bring it out.

This is a charity show for Children’s National Hospital. All proceeds will be donated. We will have a large Chinese auction/silent auction, raffles, 5050 vendors, and kids hotwheels drag race. Free to public. Vehicle registration is 12 per registration or 15 day of show.

Summer Singers in Concert – July 21, 2019

Summer Singers in Concert

St. Paul United Methodist Church Special Events is pleased to host St. John’s Summer Singers in a concert entitled “It’s a Small World” on Sunday, July 21, 2019, at 3:00 PM, in the church nave located at 750 Norland Avenue, Chambersburg, PA. Under the direction of Gary Crum and accompanied by Gloria Crum and Eileen Hoffman-Meier, the choir will entertain all with a wide selection of sacred, spiritual, secular, and patriotic music.

This is the eleventh year of performing by this 70+ member choir. The choir is comprised of individuals from 20 different local churches who come together each summer simply because they love to sing. They will present six concerts this summer. There is no admission charge for the concert. The church is handicapped accessible. For more information, contact the church office at 717-267-3085 or Linda Strickler at 717-263-4975.