Grief Recovery Method is an educational action program for moving beyond the grief from death, divorce and other significant losses. It is an 8-week guided partnership program that makes it possible to let go of your grief and move on in your life. Scholarships are available
Shalom Christian Academy’s Torn Curtain presents: Aladdin and His Wonderful, Magical Lamp
By Tim Kelly
Directed by Rachael Hey
Join us for a magic carpet ride to visit the exciting city of Shammar in Old Arabia! Meet the adventurous Aladdin, his mischievous monkey, Alakazam, Princess Jasmine and all their friends and family as they go on a magical journey filled with genies, caves, and several surprises along the way. Will they be able to overcome the villain Jammal and his evil sister Halima and be able to have their happily ever after?
Location: Shalom Christian Academy, 126 Social Island Road, Chambersburg, PA 17202
Thursday, March 21 at 7 pm
Friday, March 22 at 6:30 p.m. (Dessert Theatre)
Saturday, March 23 at 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. (Dessert Theatre in evening)
Tickets: Available at the High School Office. Feel free to drop in or call the office at 717-375-2223. Online tickets available at https://www.shalomca.com/arts/aladdin-tickets.
Dessert Theatre Tickets: Students – $7, Adults – $11. Dessert Theatre Tickets include a delicious dessert with your performance. Available only for the evening showins on March 22 and 23. All dessert tickets must be pre-ordered online before the day of the performance.
General Admission Tickets: Students – $3, Adults – $7 (available for every showing)
Saturday, March 23 at 2 p.m. is our special Children’s performance.
General Admission Tickets: Students – $3, Adults – $7, Children ages 3 and below are free.
The Stroke Survivor Support Group is designed for those have had strokes and their family members and friends. Meetings are free and held monthly on the third Thursday of the month.
Topic: Fall Prevention Made Simple: Minimize Your Risks
Presenter: Daniel Dandy, PT, DPT (& Mont Alto PTA students)
Parking: Lower level of parking garage
Follow us on Facebook under “Cumberland Valley Stroke Support Group” for more information on upcoming meetings.
For more information, call Chris Parker, OTR/L or Kristen Foster, CCC-SLP at 717-267-7901.
3rd Thursday of each month in Shippensburg. 7-8:30 p.m. This group is for any adults who are grieving the death of a loved one due to substance use. This group meets at the DMTF Center for Grieving Families, 7 S. Earl St., Shippensburg.
The Tri State Fellowship Greencastle Community is hosting a pancake breakfast and bake sale on Saturday March 30 from 7 to 10 am at the Rescue Fire Company on S. Washington Street in Greencastle. Menu includes, pancakes, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, coffee and orange juice. Price is $6 for adults, $3 for children 5-12. Proceeds from this event benefit Graham and Carrie Holcomb in their upcoming adoption. For more information, please contact MaryGrace “Nana” Holcomb 484-300-1552.
We welcome grieving teens to join us as we present: Movies and More Part 2. Come to one or all sessions to watch and discuss grief themes found in popular movies and to discover healthy ways to process your grief. Snacks will be provided.
March 3- Death Changes Us
March 17- Pet Loss
March 31- Over-sensitivity?
April 14- Honoring the Departed
Please RSVP by phone: 717-532-8922 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Shippensburg Band is proud to present a free concert featuring the talents of local musicians performing timeless music selections. Young musicians in the community join the band for two special selections. These musicians are in late elementary through high school band programs and/or taking individual lesson on band instruments.
Highlights of the concert include selections from “West Side Story,” Songs from the Great War (the music of World War I), Prelude on an Old Southern Hymn, Right-Left March, and March – Ponderosa. The young musicians will join the band for music from “A Star is Born” and “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”
Join us for an in-depth look at atrial fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm disorder, along with discussion about alternative blood thinner medications and treatment options, such as WATCHMANTM. Chinmay Patel, MD, FACC, medical director of electrophysiology for PinnacleHealth CardioVascular Institute will speak.
Advance registration is required for all events. Light refreshments will be served.
Register online at UPMCPinnacle.com/Events or by calling 717-231-8900.
Spring vendor show with 50 plus vendors with all sorts of new items, crafts, home-based bussinesses, artisans, easter decorations and much more. Join us for our 10th annual Spring show! food will be available for purchase. Show is from 9am-3pm.