LANCASTER, Pa. – The Lancaster Literary Guild will present photographer Richard Renaldi in a lecture, “Challenging Social and Cultural Norms,” on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 7:30 p.m, at the Ware Center of Millersville University in Lancaster. The lecture, which is open … Continue reading
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (A.P.)–Pots and pans and paper airplanes are among the 12 finalists for induction this year into the National Toy Hall of Fame.
The humble contenders are up against American Girl dolls, the game Operation and several return nominees, … Continue reading
By Margaret Gates, Features Editor
Wednesday is the first day of October — the perfect time to take in a little spookiness.
The Ghost Tour of Lancaster ushers in the Halloween season with nightly tours of Lancaster and weekend tours … Continue reading
Annex 24 Gallery often boasts of being people friendly, kid friendly and dog friendly. This October will prove it once again when the Warehouse Gallery will host over 500 pieces of food-themed artwork by Landisville Primary Center’s 1st – 3rd … Continue reading
By Dr. Pia Fenimore, Correspondent
It is again time to have your family vaccinated against the flu. This task can seem a bit onerous and lacking in any fun, so I thought looking at what happened last year and what … Continue reading
LANCASTER, PA – Families with young children will be able to enjoy a veritable musical menagerie—along with a “petting zoo” of musical instruments—at the first event in the “Family Fun Fest” performing arts series. The event will be held at … Continue reading
A Celebration of Aaron Acres was held at Ironstone Ranch in Elizabethtown on September 11. The venue is known for hosting “events with a purpose,” and this one was no exception. Over 75 supporters gathered to recognize the transformation and … Continue reading
LANCASTER, Pa. — Congregation Shaarai Shomayim is pleased to offer a “Parent and Me” class geared toward parents with babies and toddlers. The class, which meets 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. on Sundays (Oct. 19, Nov. 16, Dec. 7, Jan. 11, Feb. … Continue reading
By Laura Knowles, Correspondent
It seems there used to be maybe three kinds of pumpkins.
Small, medium and large.
Nowadays, if you wanted to buy one of every variety of pumpkin, you would be buying at least 100 different pumpkins. … Continue reading
By Chad Umble, Staff Writer
The Fun-est Toy Store Ever!, which has operated since 2006 in downtown Ephrata, will move early next year to a spot on the edge of town in the Cloister Shopping Center.
The downtown Ephrata store … Continue reading