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Come experience beautiful Lancaster County, situated in the rolling green countryside of southeastern Pennsylvania. Whether you’re here to explore Amish country as a family, or enjoy a romantic getaway with your sweetheart, Lancaster County has something for everyone.

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The picturesque quality of Lancaster County’s lush fertile land makes it the perfect destination for the road-tripper and photography enthusiast alike.

After a fun day of discovery, dine at one of Lancaster County’s premier restaurants and get a restful night of sleep at one of many comfortable accommodations.

Kids can take a ride on the enchanting Strasburg rail road, and history buffs will enjoy the abundant notable sites.

Wake up and do it all over again the next day!

Come and Visit Lancaster County for the Weekend.

Lancaster County, PA is a remarkably diverse community with rolling hills, glorious farmland, and an artsy metropolis. During your visit, make sure you do these things!

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7 - 9pm

House Project

The Junction Center - Landis Hall | website | Manheim, false 17545 event website

House Project, also known as Dan & Noele Huie from Reilly, will be at The Junction Center in Manheim celebrating their latest CD release on Sat. Feb. 24th at 7pm. Mariah Keener will be opening. 717-459-3701 or

Phone: 717-459-3701
7 - 9pm
$20/person Children age 12 and under are free

QuintEssentially Brass

Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community | website | Quarryville, false 17566 event website

QuintEssentially Brass is the first event in the 2018 Great Rock Performance Series. The group plays baroque to jazz and sacred to secular music for all ages. All performances will be in the Commons Great Room at Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community.

Phone: 717-786-5206
1 - 4pm

An Afternoon of Bagpipe Music

Tellus360 | Lancaster, false 17602 event website

An afternoon of bagpipe music sponsored by The Piobaireachd Society of Central Pennsylvania held in the Speakeasy at Tellus360 will be held on March 4, 2018, from 1 to 4 p.m. Area bagpipers will get together for an afternoon of music celebrating the great Highland bagpipe.

Music selections will include Ceol Beag (Light Music - Marches, Strathspeys, Reels), Ceol Meadhonach (Middle Music - Hornpipes, Jigs, Slow Airs), and Ceol Mor (Big Music, also referred to as piobaireachd). Visit for more information.

This event is free and open to the public.

6 - 8pm
Free-will Offering

Benefit Concert for Mennonite Disaster Service

Blossom Hill Mennonite Church | Lancaster, false 17601 facebook

Join the Lancaster Chamber Singers for an evening of beautiful music in support of Mennonite Disaster Service's continued hurricane relief efforts. Local mezzo-soprano, Amy Yovanovich, will be a featured soloist. Free Admission! A free-will offering will be taken.


Phillips, Craig & Dean

The Junction Center - Landis Hall | website | Manheim, false 17545 event website

Since forming in 1991, Phillips, Craig & Dean has sold over two million units. They have also received ten GMA Dove Award nominations, winning four, including Praise and Worship Album of the Year in 2007 for Top of My Lungs, and Inspirational Album of the Year in 2010 for Fearless.

Phone: (717)459-3701
5:30 - 7:30pm

Tipsy Tanks Tasting Parties

Nissley Vineyards & Winery | website | Bainbridge, false 17502 event website

Cabin Fever has met its match at Nissley Vineyards on Friday and Saturday evenings March 9th through March 24th. Our Tipsy Tanks Tasting Parties are a truly unique experience. New wines from the 2017 vintage are freshly tapped from the tanks and barrels to compare with the past vintage in an open bar setting. The party atmosphere is made complete with live music, tasty appetizers, and the spirited conversation of you and your friends. Join the fun and discover the festive side of Nissley wines!

Phone: 717-426-3514
3:30 - 4:30pm
Good Will Offering

2018 Central PA Handbell Festival

Lebanon Area Evangelical Free Church | Jonestown, false 17038 facebook

The 14th Central PA Handbell Festival will take place on Saturday, March 10th, 2018 at Lebanon Area Evangelical Free Church, 600 Shepherd St., Jonestown, PA. Eighteen bell choirs from Pennsylvania and New Jersey will ring under the direction of Dr. Kimberlee Strepka.
Dr. Strepka has been teaching music for more than twenty-five years, and has been pioneering Laban-based handbell instruction since 2000. She is the author of Handbell Artistry from the Inside Out: Laban Movement Theory for the Handbell Musician, a text that has been praised by college professors as a long-missing resource for handbells in academia.
The 3:30pm public concert will debut Michael Joy’s "Festivity on Cwm Rhondda" (Guide Me, O, Thou Great Jehovah) commissioned by the Festival in memory of Dr. William L. Nash III and feature solos and soloist. A good will offering will be received. For more information about the Concert and/or Festival please contact Jeff Clouser at


Peter and the Starcatcher

Ephrata Performing Arts Center | Ephrata, false 17522

Peter and the Starcatcher is a magical story about imagination and growing up – and never growing up. Based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson and adapted for the stage by Rick Elice with music by Wayne Barker, this high-flying adventure tells the backstories of Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Neverland. In addition to these beloved characters, a motley crew of new characters will find themselves shipwrecked in your heart. Molly Aster is a Starcatcher-in-training on a special mission with her father for the Queen. Molly hopes to impress her father with her serious determination. But how can she stay serious when she is confronted by goofy orphans, clumsy pirates, and sing-songy mermaids!

7 - 8:30pm

Doug Tallamy Public Lecture

Franklin & Marshall College - Lisa Bonchek Adams Auditorium | Lancaster, false 17603 event website

Insect populations have declined 45% globally since 1974. The most alarming part of this statistic is that we don’t seem to care, despite the fact that a world without insects is a world without humans! So how do we build attractive landscapes that support the pollinators, herbivores, detritivores, predators and parasitoids that run the ecosystems we depend on? Tallamy will remind us of the many essential roles insects play, and describe the simple changes we must make in our landscapes and our attitudes to keep insects on the ground, in the air and yes, on our plants.


An Evening With Steven Curtis Chapman

The Junction Center - Landis Hall | website | Manheim, false 17545 event website

An Evening with Steven Curtis Chapman on Saturday, March 24th at 7pm at The Junction Center/Landis Hall in Manheim. Reserved seats. 717-459-3701 or

Phone: 717-459-3701

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

Ronks, PA

Katie's Kitchen

Ronks, PA

Strasburg Country Store & Creamery, The

Strasburg, PA

Uncle Leroy's Ice Cream & Candy Kitchen

Strasburg, PA

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Spelunk in Cold Cave

Wind / Cold Cave

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website | map it | Ridge Drive, Pequea, Pennsylvania,

Wind Cave is called Cold Cave because it's nearly freezing in there at all seasons.

It is one of the largest tectonic (created by moving rocks fracturing, not erosion) caves in the eastern United States. It is found in Pequea, Pennsylvania, about a 30 minute drive from Lancaster, in the Susquehanna valley.

To get there, follow 324 South from Lancaster. You will run into a T where the road ends when it hits the river. Take a left, onto Ridge Drive, before long on your right there will be a gated-off road entrance and several gravel parking spaces between the road and a guard-rail. Park here and follow the gated road about a hundred yards until you see a small path leading off to the left. Take this path, and keep going. It seems to wind on endlessly, but just keep going. You will come to a piling of rocks, and in this piling is a large entrance, with a sign posted by the York Grotto about taking care of the cave.

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