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Memorial Day Special at 319 CaféRefreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center | website | Stevens, false 17578 event website
Refreshing Mountain's Café is open for the summer! Whether you are relaxing by the pool or cooling off after an exiting zipline tour, we have refreshments to quench your hunger. Come on out this Memorial Day weekend to try our new panini sandwiches with your favorite frappe and save $2. Valid May 27th, 2017.
Lancaster Punk Rock Flea Market #8Lancaster Host Resort | website | Lancaster, false 17602 facebook
We organize a flea market that includes vendors who sell unusual and hard to find items like:
vintage clothing, comic books, records, books, dvds, pin up prints, housewares, collectibles, handmade goods, original artwork jewelry and much much more awesome stuff!
Jeremy Casella Concert on Sat. May 27th at 7pm at The Junction Center in Manheim. This concert, produced & hosted in the style of a house show, features acclaimed singer-songwriter Jeremy Casella. It will be held in the Millen Room of The Junction Center in Manheim. $15 at the door. Doors are at 6:30 PM. Lancaster artist Stuart Young will be opening the show. Light snacks & beverages will be available for FREE. Hosted by Ann & Chuck Zuck, Robert Arrell, and Tony Guyer, in tandem with SoundFocus LLC & Forgotten Genre Productions. Special thanks to WJTL & The Junction Center for providing a home for this show.
Temple Avenue Jazz Sextet at The Red Caboose MotelThe Red Caboose Motel & Restaurant | website | Ronks, false 17572 event website
Join us on the deck of Casey Jones' Restaurant for Temple Avenue, a swing & jazz sextet consisting of musicians from the Lancaster area and Temple University. Featuring McKenna Whisler (vocals), Jack Saint Clair (sax), Marcell Bellinger (trumpet), Colin Mekeel (piano), Brad Neely (bass) and Pete Lazorcik (drums). Pay-what-you-want; No tickets required. Beer & Wine available for purchase at Casey Jones'.