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Today is September 27, 2016

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Nearby communities: Bowmansdale / Mech Boro / Upper Allen

Featured Events

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

  • | 7:00am - 7:00pm | Local Events, Health, Wellness, Aquatics, Fitness, therapy
    - Did you know September is Healthy Aging Month? If you are an existing Elite Therapy & Fitness #aquatics member, bring your friends in during the week of September 26th through September 30th... You will get a $10 credit for every one who joins as a new member, and each friend (new member) gets $10 off their assessment and customized aquatics program!
    BUT WAIT!
    You don't have to know a member at Elite to take advantage of this great offer... Just mention #HealthyAgingMonth when you join our amazing #aquatics program and you can get the $10 discounted assessment and customized program as well! Call 717-590-7215, or stop in at 6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, for more info #elitetherapyfitness #areyouelite #aquatictherapy #fitness #wellness #centralpa

    6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg PA 17050
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Gallery, art, artist, exhibit, photography, ceramics, pottery
    - Benzon's photographic studies of the natural world are complimented by Guarnera's pottery which combine natural elements and timeless forms and surface detail. Opening reception with the artists Friday, September 9, 6:30. (Saturdays: Gallery is open until 3).
    Carlisle Arts Learning Center
    38 W. Pomfret Street Carlisle PA 17013
    Catherine Stone 717.249.6973 castone@gmail.com
  • | 7:00pm - 8:30pm | Local Events, Gardening, home gardening, flowers, Master Gardeners, Penn State Extension
    - Let the World Know You Care: Certifying Your Pollinator-Friendly Garden
    Ann Dailey & Ruth Osborne, Penn State Master Gardeners
    Learn who the pollinators are, what they need to survive, and how you can provide habitat for them. By certifying your garden through Penn State’s Pollinator-Friendly Garden program, you can show the world that you are willing to do your part to help pollinators survive and thrive.

    $5.00 Registration fee. Contact Penn State Extension of Cumberland County
    Fredricksen Library
    100N 19th Street Camp Hill PA 17011
    Lacey Burkett 717.240.6500 cumberlandext@psu.edu
  • | Reminders, College Funding, Saving for Child, Education
    - life insurance or more of it because they’re unsure of how much or what type to buy according to the 2016 Insurance Barometer Study by Life Happens and LIMRA.

    Take care of your family's tomorrow by making plans today.

    Life insurance, the benefits live on at DENISE DOMBACH, State Farm
     
           
    Denise Dombach 717.761.6410 denise@denisedombach.com
  • | Business, Chamber, Networking, employment opportunities
    - SKILLS NEEDED FOR ALL POSTIONS * High Energy and Enthusiastic * Hands on coaching mentality * Able to create positive / fun working environment * Passion for restaurant industry & World Class guest service * Well organized and strong problem solving skills!

    Now Assistant managers (open availability), Catering managers, (mainly M-F, occasionally night & weekends), Shift Managers (day and night shifts available), Crew Managers, (day and night shifts available).

    If you are applying for a management positon please submit resume, all others will be able to fill a application out at our Harrisburg ( 4635 High Pointe Blvd) and Mechanicsburg ( 6416 Carlisle Pike ) locations.
     
           
    Chad Shank 717.805.0890 cshank@hbgmoessouthwestgrill.com

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

  • | 7:00am - 7:00pm | Local Events, Health, Wellness, Aquatics, Fitness, therapy
    - Did you know September is Healthy Aging Month? If you are an existing Elite Therapy & Fitness #aquatics member, bring your friends in during the week of September 26th through September 30th... You will get a $10 credit for every one who joins as a new member, and each friend (new member) gets $10 off their assessment and customized aquatics program!
    BUT WAIT!
    You don't have to know a member at Elite to take advantage of this great offer... Just mention #HealthyAgingMonth when you join our amazing #aquatics program and you can get the $10 discounted assessment and customized program as well! Call 717-590-7215, or stop in at 6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, for more info #elitetherapyfitness #areyouelite #aquatictherapy #fitness #wellness #centralpa

    6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg PA 17050
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Gallery, art, artist, exhibit, photography, ceramics, pottery
    - Benzon's photographic studies of the natural world are complimented by Guarnera's pottery which combine natural elements and timeless forms and surface detail. Opening reception with the artists Friday, September 9, 6:30. (Saturdays: Gallery is open until 3).
    Carlisle Arts Learning Center
    38 W. Pomfret Street Carlisle PA 17013
    Catherine Stone 717.249.6973 castone@gmail.com
  • | 6:00pm - 7:30pm | Health Seminars and Screenings, weight loss, cleanse, detox, diet, Camp Hill Family Chiropractic
    - FREE educational talk. Tired? Stomach issues? Overweight? Allergies? Skin problems? Heart disease? Feeling toxic? Lighten your Toxic Load and manage your weight with this Purification Program. Presented by Jeff Ludwick, D.C on Wed, Sept 28 @ 6:00 at Camp Hill Family Chiropractic. FREE. Please call 761-8840 to register. Space is limited.
    Camp Hill Family Chiropractic
    157 S 32nd St Camp Hill PA 17011
  • | Special Interest, car show
    - Carlisle Fairgrounds Collector Car Auction Thursday & Friday by Carlisle Auctions

    100 Bryn Myr Rd, Carlisle PA 17013
    717.243.7855
  • - Back to School is a great time to have your child's eyes examined. call for fall appointments; all ages.

    3 Baden Powell Lane Mechanicsburg PA 17050
    717.766.1566
  • | Promotional, pa state inspection, emissions, oil change, maintenance
    - Call Ginter's Full Service Auto today. See our coupons for savings on inspections, general maintenance and repairs. Conveniently located off Route 15 south, Slate Hill Rd, Camp Hill.

    CARS • TRUCKS • SUVS • RIGS • BOATS • MOTORCYCLES and more! Click on "website" for full description of our services offered. If you don't see it, ask us!
     
           
    Brian Ginter 717.525.9519 bginter2@gmail.com
  • | Reminders, College Funding, Saving for Child, Education
    - paying living expenses if the primary wage earner died, according to the 2016 Insurance Barometer Study by Life Happens and LIMRA.

    Take care of your family's tomorrow by making plans today.

    Life insurance, the benefits live on at DENISE DOMBACH, State Farm
     
           
    Denise Dombach 717.761.6410 denise@denisedombach.com
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - The Fall Carlisle Collector Car Swap Meet and Corral marks the end of the swap meet season each year and is an absolute must-attend event for thousands of enthusiasts who travel to Carlisle from all points of the globe to buy, sell and celebrate all things automotive. This is a fun-filled weekend the entire family will enjoy. While exploring the 150 acres and 8,100 vending spaces, you will marvel at one of the largest automotive swap meets in the world. Carlisle is the place to purchase any of the 2,000 vehicles at the car corral where you can slip behind the wheel and get a feel for the vehicle. Even better, you can deal directly with the car owner to work out the best price. This is where you can buy, sell and trade with total confidence. All roads lead to Carlisle, PA where you’ll find a community of passionate motorheads and a commitment to superb service that can only be achieved through more than three decades of know-how. Daily 7am to 6pm. Closes 3pm on Sunday.
    Carlisle Fairgrounds
    1000 Bryn Mawr Road Carlisle PA 17013
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - The nation’s largest annual health promotion event for women of all ages. This unique national program — with participation by local organizations throughout the U.S. — focuses attention on the importance of regular physical activity and health awareness for women. Organized by the Health InformationResource Center. For more information visit click for details
     
           

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

  • | 7:00am - 7:00pm | Local Events, Health, Wellness, Aquatics, Fitness, therapy
    - Did you know September is Healthy Aging Month? If you are an existing Elite Therapy & Fitness #aquatics member, bring your friends in during the week of September 26th through September 30th... You will get a $10 credit for every one who joins as a new member, and each friend (new member) gets $10 off their assessment and customized aquatics program!
    BUT WAIT!
    You don't have to know a member at Elite to take advantage of this great offer... Just mention #HealthyAgingMonth when you join our amazing #aquatics program and you can get the $10 discounted assessment and customized program as well! Call 717-590-7215, or stop in at 6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, for more info #elitetherapyfitness #areyouelite #aquatictherapy #fitness #wellness #centralpa

    6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg PA 17050
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Gallery, art, artist, exhibit, photography, ceramics, pottery
    - Benzon's photographic studies of the natural world are complimented by Guarnera's pottery which combine natural elements and timeless forms and surface detail. Opening reception with the artists Friday, September 9, 6:30. (Saturdays: Gallery is open until 3).
    Carlisle Arts Learning Center
    38 W. Pomfret Street Carlisle PA 17013
    Catherine Stone 717.249.6973 castone@gmail.com
  • | 2:30pm - 3:00pm | Health Seminars and Screenings, health chiropractic wellness natural
    - This short and simple presentation will give you the blueprint and tools to getting and staying well. Presented by Dr. Jeff Ludwick on Thurs, Sept 29 @ 2:30. FREE! Space is limited. Click on "get Tickets" to make your reservation. Please call 761-8840 if you have questions.
    Camp Hill Family Chiropractic
    157 S 32nd St Camp Hill PA 17011
  • | 3:00pm - 7:00pm | Shopping, farmers market, park, adams ricci, food, farms, local, fresh
    - Adams-Ricci Farmers Market provides access to fresh & local food choices, supports local farmers & the community with a variety of vendors that offer fresh, local and nutritious meat, cheese, dairy, fruit, vegetables, bread and other items to residents of South Central Pennsylvania communities. All are welcome! No admission or parking charge.
    Adams-Ricci Park
    100 East Penn Dr Enola PA 17025
  • | 4:30pm - 6:00pm | Health Seminars and Screenings, Mindfulness
    - Lebanon Valley College invites community members to a consideration of mindfulness practices for higher education by Michael Carroll, author of The Mindful Leader and Awake at Work, on Thursday, Sept. 29 beginning with a reception at 4 p.m. in the lobby of Frederic K. Miller Chapel on the College’s campus.

    At 4:30 p.m. attendees will be directed into the Lois Brong Miller ’61 Sanctuary for a presentation of approaches to higher education that apply mindfulness to teaching, learning, and knowing. They will also learn about additional upcoming programming at the College related to mindfulness. Books authored by Carroll will be available for purchase and book-signing following the hour-long session.

    Carroll has more than two decades of experience as a corporate executive, first on Wall Street and then in the publishing industry. Colleges and universities, as well as major corporations, have contracted with Carroll—including Proctor & Gamble, Comcast, and Unilever—to teach mindfulness meditation to their employees.

    “Practices related to mindfulness are increasingly sought by professionals to deal with stressors of various types,” noted the Rev. Dr. Paul Fullmer, LVC chaplain. “Penn Medicine in Philadelphia, for example, has a thriving Program for Mindfulness. Therefore, we are overjoyed to learn about mindfulness practices in central Pennsylvania.”

    Commenting on Carroll’s other areas of expertise, Fullmer remarked that “community members seeking concepts applicable to business management or community leadership are also welcome to bring their questions for consideration.”

    The event is sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life, which received funding from LVC’s President’s Innovation Fund and 2016–2017 Colloquium, Memory.

    The event is free and open to the public. Carroll’s books are available at the College Store, which is located in the Allan W. Mund College Center.

    Visit click for details to learn about other events sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life.
    Lebanon Valley College - Miller Chapel
    101 North College Ave Annville PA 17003
    Natalia Smith 717.867.6135 nsmith@lvc.edu
  • | 8:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment, prince, purple rain, music
    - Hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Purple Xperience has been bringing the memories of Prince and The Revolution to audiences of all generations. Led by Matt Fink (a/k/a Doctor Fink, 3x GRAMMY Award winner and original member of Prince and The Revolution from 1978 to 1991), The Purple Xperience imaginatively styles the magic of Prince’s talent in an uncannily unmatched fashion through its appearance, vocal imitation and multi-instrumental capacity on guitar and piano.

    Keyboardist, record producer and songwriter, Doctor Fink, won two GRAMMY Awards in 1985 for the motion picture soundtrack album for Purple Rain, in which he appeared. He received another GRAMMY in 1986 for the album Parade: Music from the Motion Picture ‘Under the Cherry Moon. In addition, Fink has two American Music Awards, was an early member of the New Power Generation, and co-wrote many of Prince’s songs.

    Marshall Charloff, front man for The Purple Xperience, taught himself to play guitar at age 15 and later taught himself the piano, bass, and drums. He is a celebrated producer, songwriter and recording artist, having performed with Marshmallow Fields, and most recently with The Funkeys.

    Backed by the best session players in the Twin Cities, Matt Fink and Marshall Charloff have undoubtedly produced the most authentic re-creation of Prince and The Revolution in the world, leaving no attendee disappointed.

    click for details

    Tickets are $28.00, $24.00 and $20.00
    H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center
    475 Lancaster Dr Shippensburg PA 17257
    717.477.7469
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - The Fall Carlisle Collector Car Swap Meet and Corral marks the end of the swap meet season each year and is an absolute must-attend event for thousands of enthusiasts who travel to Carlisle from all points of the globe to buy, sell and celebrate all things automotive. This is a fun-filled weekend the entire family will enjoy. While exploring the 150 acres and 8,100 vending spaces, you will marvel at one of the largest automotive swap meets in the world. Carlisle is the place to purchase any of the 2,000 vehicles at the car corral where you can slip behind the wheel and get a feel for the vehicle. Even better, you can deal directly with the car owner to work out the best price. This is where you can buy, sell and trade with total confidence. All roads lead to Carlisle, PA where you’ll find a community of passionate motorheads and a commitment to superb service that can only be achieved through more than three decades of know-how. Daily 7am to 6pm. Closes 3pm on Sunday.
    Carlisle Fairgrounds
    1000 Bryn Mawr Road Carlisle PA 17013
  • | Reminders, College Funding, Saving for Child, Education
    - life insurance or more of it because they’re unsure of how much or what type to buy according to the 2016 Insurance Barometer Study by Life Happens and LIMRA.

    Take care of your family's tomorrow by making plans today.

    Life insurance, the benefits live on at DENISE DOMBACH, State Farm
     
           
    Denise Dombach 717.761.6410 denise@denisedombach.com
  • - Fall Membership Show "Man's Best Friends"
    The Art Association of Harrisburg
    21 N. Front St Harrisburg PA 17101
    717.236.1432
  • | Arts and Entertainment, theatre, musical, school of rock
    - The Belmont Theatre, formerly York Little Theatre, will feature some of the area’s most talented students to present the youth version of the musical SCHOOL OF ROCK September 23-25, 29 & 30, October 1 & 2. Youth 18 and younger will play their instruments LIVE on stage as well as sing music from this full length production which is also currently running on Broadway. This brand new musical comedy is based on the famous Paramount film written by Mike White, which starred Jack Black. The musical follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. Completely disinterested in academic work, Dewey decides to create his own curriculum, turning his class into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. The stage musical on Broadway is produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber, who has composed 14 new songs to create a score, which also features all of the original songs from the movie. Webber is known for composing Tony Award winning musicals including JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, CATS, SUNSET BOULEVARD and PHANTOM OF THE OPERA to name a few. SCHOOL OF ROCK, with its sensational LIVE kids’ rock band, is a loving testimony to the transforming power of music.

    Show times Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are at 7:30pm and Sundays at 3:00pm.
    The Belmont Theatre
    27 S. Belmont St York PA 17403
    717.854.5715

Friday, September 30th, 2016

  • | 7:00am - 7:00pm | Local Events, Health, Wellness, Aquatics, Fitness, therapy
    - Did you know September is Healthy Aging Month? If you are an existing Elite Therapy & Fitness #aquatics member, bring your friends in during the week of September 26th through September 30th... You will get a $10 credit for every one who joins as a new member, and each friend (new member) gets $10 off their assessment and customized aquatics program!
    BUT WAIT!
    You don't have to know a member at Elite to take advantage of this great offer... Just mention #HealthyAgingMonth when you join our amazing #aquatics program and you can get the $10 discounted assessment and customized program as well! Call 717-590-7215, or stop in at 6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, for more info #elitetherapyfitness #areyouelite #aquatictherapy #fitness #wellness #centralpa

    6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg PA 17050
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Gallery, art, artist, exhibit, photography, ceramics, pottery
    - Benzon's photographic studies of the natural world are complimented by Guarnera's pottery which combine natural elements and timeless forms and surface detail. Opening reception with the artists Friday, September 9, 6:30. (Saturdays: Gallery is open until 3).
    Carlisle Arts Learning Center
    38 W. Pomfret Street Carlisle PA 17013
    Catherine Stone 717.249.6973 castone@gmail.com
  • | 6:00pm - 9:00pm | Local Events, events, music, comedy, theater, lectures
    - Harrisburg is gaining a reputation for being a cultural leader in the region. Come find out why on the 3rd Friday of every month.

    What are you doing the third Friday of the month? In Harrisburg, we show off our creative flair with 3rd in the Burg, a celebration of the city’s quickly growing arts and cultural scene. Each month, dozens of venues host special events—exhibits, music, theater, comedy, lectures—throughout downtown and Midtown. So, pay us a visit. Starting in the early evening, drop by some of the dozens of 3rd in the Burg shops, art spaces and businesses that will warmly welcome you. Experience the art, listen to talented musicians, learn something new. Along the way, have dinner in one of our world-class restaurants, a drink in one of our cozy and beautiful bars. Experience the destination that Harrisburg is—and continues to become.
     
           
  • | 7:00pm - | Sports and Recreation, races, run, YMCA
    - The all-new Harrisburg Marathon will take you on a thrilling journey through beautiful Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Our fast, flat, newly-designed course is a Boston qualifier that’s sure to give plenty of runners a great PR!

    We’ve completely reimagined the Harrisburg Marathon event in 2015. We envision our Marathon as a “mini-Boston” — Second Street lined with people cheering, music playing, the energy of what has been dubbed “Restaurant Row” electrified as runners of our completely redesigned course round their way onto Second Street towards the new finish line at Locust.

    We completely redesigned our Marathon course so we could better integrate the city into it. We’ve added new sections that showcase some of Harrisburg’s landmarks like Fort Hunter. We’ve introduced two scenic bridge crossings to integrate our friends on the west shore of the Susquehanna. The crescendo of the new Marathon though, was to move the final mile and finish line right down Second Street to Locust Street —the epicenter of the downtown scene.
    Not running? Come to the Downtown Marathon Red Block Party!

    Don’t miss the first ever Marathon Red Block Party! We redesigned the Harrisburg Marathon course to integrate the event with the community that hosts it. Celebrate our “mini-Boston” and cheer on finishers in a huge downtown celebration!

    RACE COSTS

    Runners and walkers

    Registrations opens to February 29th – $55
    March 1st to March 31st – $60
    April 1st to April 30th – $65
    May 1st to May 31st – $70
    June 1st to June 30th – $75
    July 1st to July 31st – $80
    August 1st to August 31st – $85
    September 1st to September 30th – $90
    October 1st to October 31st – $95
    November 1st to November 8th (close of online registration at 11:59pm) – $95
    Registration will also be available during packet pick-up, cost is $100

    Relay Teams (teams of 4)

    Registrations opens to February 29th – $180
    March 1st to April 30th – $190
    May 1st to June 30th – $200
    July 1st to August 31st – $210
    September 1st to October 31st – $220
    November 1st to November 8th (close of online registration at 11:59pm) – $240
    Registration will also be available during packet pick-up, cost is $250/team
    Master’s Teams must have a combined age of 160
    City Island
           
    Carousel Pavilion on City Island tom.gifford@ymcaharrisburg.org
  • | 8:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment, musical
    - The musical opens on a Saturday night in 1990 as Jon is about to turn 30. His show, Superbia, will have its first public performance in a few days, and he's worried that he may have made a wrong career choice! We meet his girlfriend, Susan, and his best friend, Michael. Later, reality intrudes, and Jon has to go to work at the diner. Inspired by the all-too-familiar brunch scene, Jon inverts a song by his real-life mentor, Stephen Sondheim. Afterwards, Michael takes him to see the fancy apartment he has just bought, and the two have fun contrasting its pleasures with life in Jonathan's ancient walk-up flat. Later in the evening, he and Susan have one of their increasingly frequent spats about nothing -- and everything.

    As Johnny's birthday approaches, he ponders the choices we face in life, and thinks about how we translate those decisions into everyday living.
    Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg
    915 S. York St Mechanicsburg PA 17055
    717.766.0535
  • | Reminders, College Funding, Saving for Child, Education
    - paying living expenses if the primary wage earner died, according to the 2016 Insurance Barometer Study by Life Happens and LIMRA.

    Take care of your family's tomorrow by making plans today.

    Life insurance, the benefits live on at DENISE DOMBACH, State Farm
     
           
    Denise Dombach 717.761.6410 denise@denisedombach.com
  • | Local Events, Pet, rescue
    - HAS BEEN AT THE SHELTER SINCE 3/27/2016
    A summer pupdate on Peeps, written by Peeps: Guys, guess what? I've been getting to go to lots of events outside the shelter -- you may have seen me on TV, at Camping World, at farmer's markets, and in busy downtown Harrisburg at a lemonade stand with my friend Adele, who everyone said could be my sister from another mister. On these outings, I get to ride in a car (I am a roadtrip champ, love the car) and wear a purple cape with "adopt me" on it. I feel like I've gotten a promotion -- shelter ambassador! At events, I have been a very good boy, getting petted and talked to by lots of people, including children. Everyone loves my cute upturned nose and my pretty tawny color. Some of the men have said I am "all muscle," and I think they admired me. Every time I'm out at an event, my human friends tell me maybe a visitor will come see me at the shelter, and I might get to do something called "going home." I wish I could go home with someone -- the people at Camping World talked about these places called campgrounds, where you are outside most of the time, and there are lakes and hotdogs. I think I could be a good campground dog, because I love water. And the people at the lemonade stand in the city said I would make a handsome urban jogging companion. Did I mention I'm great in the car? Let's go places!

    A lot of people ask, How did I get my cute name? Well, it might mean "people," or "where's my peeps!" Then again, I arrived here on Easter weekend, so maybe I got named after that peep. Anyway, I'm a light brown male pit bull terrier mix who has a snaggle tooth and a stubby, upturned nose. I'm full of goofy playfulness. Because I am undisciplined and exuberant about playtime and dinnertime, I should not live with kids under twelve. I like to chase balls but I don't understand that I should bring them back to my human friend! But I definitely chase them....and I chase cats. A lot. I cannot live with them. I was OK with dog friends, but not at first. It took some guided introducing before I settled down and played appropriately. Out at my events, I've seen lots more dogs, and I'm working on my "calm and friendly" approach. Basically, I missed out on some important socialization time earlier in my life, but I'm ready to learn! With all my outings this summer, I've learned a lot. I hope I can be in my permanent home before the holidays. Please come meet me, Peeps!
    click for details
    HUMANE SOCIETY OF HARRISBURG AREA
    7790 Grayson Road HARRISBURG PA
    HUMANE SOCIETY OF HARRISBURG AREA 717.564.3320 KristiE@humanesocietyhbg.org
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - The Fall Carlisle Collector Car Swap Meet and Corral marks the end of the swap meet season each year and is an absolute must-attend event for thousands of enthusiasts who travel to Carlisle from all points of the globe to buy, sell and celebrate all things automotive. This is a fun-filled weekend the entire family will enjoy. While exploring the 150 acres and 8,100 vending spaces, you will marvel at one of the largest automotive swap meets in the world. Carlisle is the place to purchase any of the 2,000 vehicles at the car corral where you can slip behind the wheel and get a feel for the vehicle. Even better, you can deal directly with the car owner to work out the best price. This is where you can buy, sell and trade with total confidence. All roads lead to Carlisle, PA where you’ll find a community of passionate motorheads and a commitment to superb service that can only be achieved through more than three decades of know-how. Daily 7am to 6pm. Closes 3pm on Sunday.
    Carlisle Fairgrounds
    1000 Bryn Mawr Road Carlisle PA 17013
  • | Local Events, adopt a pet, furever home
    - BEEN AT THE SHELTER SINCE 11/11/2014
    Greetings! I'm Jingle Bells! It may be after Christmas, but there's still a way to keep the holiday spirit with you all year - come adopt me! As you can see in my pictures, I'm a feather fiend! I love to catch it, and I even sit up like a gopher and grab it with my two "hands." I like to be petted too - wait til you feel how soft I am.

    I was here at this shelter as a kitten, and, boy, am I bummed to be back again, so you might find me a little bit shy at first. For 2 years I had a good home, but then my owners had a baby, and all that noise and racket was a little too much for me. So, here I am, hoping for a slightly quieter home with adults and older kids who will love me for who I am - a sweet girl with just a little bit of a quiet side. My old family said I was quite the good girl for them - I let them trim my nails, I used my scratching post, and I played with them. Won't you come down and be my Christmas miracle? Ask for Jingle Bells.
    click for details
    HUMANE SOCIETY OF HARRISBURG AREA
    7790 Grayson Road HARRISBURG PA
    HUMANE SOCIETY OF HARRISBURG AREA 717.564.3320 KristiE@humanesocietyhbg.org
  • | Arts and Entertainment, theatre, musical, school of rock
    - The Belmont Theatre, formerly York Little Theatre, will feature some of the area’s most talented students to present the youth version of the musical SCHOOL OF ROCK September 23-25, 29 & 30, October 1 & 2. Youth 18 and younger will play their instruments LIVE on stage as well as sing music from this full length production which is also currently running on Broadway. This brand new musical comedy is based on the famous Paramount film written by Mike White, which starred Jack Black. The musical follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. Completely disinterested in academic work, Dewey decides to create his own curriculum, turning his class into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. The stage musical on Broadway is produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber, who has composed 14 new songs to create a score, which also features all of the original songs from the movie. Webber is known for composing Tony Award winning musicals including JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, CATS, SUNSET BOULEVARD and PHANTOM OF THE OPERA to name a few. SCHOOL OF ROCK, with its sensational LIVE kids’ rock band, is a loving testimony to the transforming power of music.

    Show times Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are at 7:30pm and Sundays at 3:00pm.
    The Belmont Theatre
    27 S. Belmont St York PA 17403
    717.854.5715
  • | NATL - Public Interest, Win, Cash, Lucky, Address, Number
    - On the 30th day of January, March, May, July, September, and November we are giving $30 to 30 Lucky Number winners. Check out TownPlanner.com at Noon Eastern Time for the winning numbers! The first 30 people to claim their address wins $30 each. Over $5,000 given away to Lucky Number winners in 2016.
     
           
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters New Moon phase at 8:11PM, EDT.
     
           

Saturday, October 1st, 2016

  • | 7:00am - 7:00pm | Local Events, Health, Wellness, Aquatics, Fitness, therapy
    - Did you know September is Healthy Aging Month? If you are an existing Elite Therapy & Fitness #aquatics member, bring your friends in during the week of September 26th through September 30th... You will get a $10 credit for every one who joins as a new member, and each friend (new member) gets $10 off their assessment and customized aquatics program!
    BUT WAIT!
    You don't have to know a member at Elite to take advantage of this great offer... Just mention #HealthyAgingMonth when you join our amazing #aquatics program and you can get the $10 discounted assessment and customized program as well! Call 717-590-7215, or stop in at 6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, for more info #elitetherapyfitness #areyouelite #aquatictherapy #fitness #wellness #centralpa

    6402 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg PA 17050
  • | 8:00am - 12:00pm | Charity, Fundraiser, walk, fundraiser, family, cancer
    - We need your team!

    14th Annual Vickie's Angel Walk

    Register your team early!
    New Cumberland Borough Park
    Registration begins at 8 a.m., program at 9:15 a.m., walk at 10 a.m.
    For more information, call 717-774-3800
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    Vickie's Angel Foundation provides a financial bridge for families fighting cancer where it can help the most - meeting the immediate needs of our families.
    New Cumberland Borough Park
    Front St New Cumberland PA 17070
    Mickey Minnich 717.774.3800 mickey@vawalk.org
  • | 10:00am - 4:00pm | Promotional, clogs, trunk show, OLUKAI
    - Trunk Show Specials 10% discount day of show ONLY and other gifts too!

    15. W. Main St. Mechanicsburg
    Kathy Joyce 766.6092
  • | 10:00am - 2:00pm | Local Events, Fire Prevention; Open House; Chicken BBQ
    - Fire Prevention Demonstrations and Hands-On Activities for children and adults! Summit Search & Rescue Dog demonstration! Chicken BBQ-$9
    Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Company
    1200 Good Hope Road Mechanicsburg PA 17050
    Doug Gochenaur 717.909.6021 dgochenaur@hampdentownship.us
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Gallery, art, artist, exhibit, photography, ceramics, pottery
    - Benzon's photographic studies of the natural world are complimented by Guarnera's pottery which combine natural elements and timeless forms and surface detail. Opening reception with the artists Friday, September 9, 6:30. (Saturdays: Gallery is open until 3).
    Carlisle Arts Learning Center
    38 W. Pomfret Street Carlisle PA 17013
    Catherine Stone 717.249.6973 castone@gmail.com
  • | 12:00pm - | Charity, Fundraiser, breast cancer, fashion show, beauty, cancer
    - The I'm Bald and Beautiful Fashion Show is more about the beauty of the ladies who are in the fight and survivors than it is about the fashion!

    Our goal with the show is to showcase ladies who are either currently getting treatment or are survivors of breast cancer! We want to show the world that breast cancer, while an ugly disease, cannot take away the beauty of those it affects!

    All the models will strut their stuff across a "Pink Carpet" catwalk dressed to the nines in clothing that will all come from the Pink Hands of Hope store.
    Each model will be introduced while they walk and we will let everyone know where they are in their fight, both current patients and those who have beat the disease. We want to show that while cancer may have taken a physical part of these ladies, their Hope, Courage, Fight, Passion and BEAUTY is still theirs!

    This day will be a day of FUN, HOPE and ENCOURAGEMENT, ENLIGHTENMENT, FAITH and PERSERVERANCE. Please consider being a part of what will surely be a day to remember for all who attend.
    First Church of God Community Center
    201 E. Green St Mechanicsburg PA 17055
    717.620.8264
  • | 12:00pm - | Local Events, festival, food, music, arts and crafts, kids
    - Three stages with live music, arts & crafts, Buffalo Kids Artsfest, workshops, great food, demonstrations, & more! Countless workshops have highlighted things such as Tai Chi, yoga, photography for kids, a new vision of agriculture, community mural project, natural mothering and blacksmithing. A writer's nook will speak to many aspects of the art. Food stands and arts and craft vendors will satisfy every need. Admission is free but donations are accepted.
    Little Buffalo State Park
    1579 State Park Rd Newport PA 17074
  • | 12:00pm - 3:00pm | Local Events, food, slavic, raffle, fair
    - Enjoy freshly made food - pierogi, Halushki, Halupki, Macedonian Hamburgers, Nutrolls & more!There will also be a basket raffle & vendor fair.
    Christ the Saviour Orthodox Church
    5501 Old Locust Ln Harrisburg PA 17109
    717.652.1825 office@ctshbg.org
  • | 2:00pm - 5:00pm | Sports and Recreation, walk, run, fun, church, community
    - The Mount Zion Lutheran Church is sponsoring a 3 mile fun run/walk! Please join us for a wonderful afternoon to benefit the Churchtown group home of The Arc of Cumberland & Perry Counties (CPARC)!

    The event will consist of a 3 mile fun run/walk that will start in the parking lot of the Mount Zion Lutheran Church and continue along back roads in a rural setting. Along the way, there will be five check points with water and people to assist if there are any problems.

    We anticipate that runners will finish in less than an hour, but check points will remain open for walkers. There will be transport back to the church if anyone cannot finish the course. There will also be a sweep vehicle following behind the last participant.
    This event will be tailored to the casual runners, runners who would like to their times, and walkers who would like to enjoy some fresh air in the afternoon.

    There will be light refreshments at the finish area, and at 4 pm, everyone is invited to join us for our monthly Community Dinner. The menu will be hamburgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob, baked beans, potato chips, desserts, and beverages. Please bring a lawn chair!

    In case of rain, the dinner will be moved inside. The run/walk will be held rain or shine!

    Registration is in the front of the church on the day of the event.
    Registration opens at 2 pm and closes at 2:45 pm. The run/walk will start at 3 pm.
    The course will be considered closed at 4:30 pm.
    The event will be limited to 100 participants.

    $10/person; 12 years or younger is free

    For more information about CPARC, contact Anne Couldridge at 717-249-2611 or acouldridge@cparc.org

    The mission of The Arc of Cumberland & Perry Counties is to provide support, training, and opportunities to people with intellectual disabilities and their families. The Arc empowers people to achieve their highest level of independence and become contributing, responsible and proud members of society. The Arc works to educate the public and to inspire public policy, and promotes the realization of a fulfilled life for all people.


    Mount Zion Lutheran Church
    325 Old Stonehouse Road Boiling Springs PA 17007
    Dawn Mellick 717.609.3841 dkmellick@embarqmail.com
  • | 5:00pm - 11:00pm | Local Events, Vickie, Fundraiser
    - Hosted By Breast Friends, Sponsored & located at the West Shore Elks.
    Come and enjoy the sounds of SURREAL, food, beer and wine (while supplies last), 50/50, CART OF CHEER raffle, silent auction and basket raffle. Door open at 5:30.

    All proceeds benefit Vicki's Angel Foundation

    contact Jim at 732-3919 OR Andrea 512-2119

    The Boys are Back Again!!
    West Shore Elks
           
    Jim 717.732.3919
  • | 7:00pm - 9:00pm | Local Events, games, singing, wine, beer
    - Colonial Tavern Night will be hosted by John Harris, Jr. (portrayed by David Biser) and friends in the Harris-Cameron Mansion. The evening will offer a glimpse into the life of the community at Harris' Ferry when Mr. Harris operated a tavern along the banks of the Susquehanna.

    Colonial games and singing will be interspersed with a special tasting of "the spirits of the Signers," with drinks served at Philadelphia's City Tavern in 1776, presented by Murray Small of Dillsburg. Whiskeys made from an 18th century recipe will be accompanied by tastings of mead and beer, common homemade drinks of the period. Snacks and other edibles will be provided. Wine and beer from the Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey will also be available.

    Tickets are $30.00 per person (over 21 only). To make reservations call our office or email us. Major credit cards are accepted.
    Harris Cameron Mansion
    219 S. Front St Harrisburg PA 17104
  • | 8:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment, musical
    - The musical opens on a Saturday night in 1990 as Jon is about to turn 30. His show, Superbia, will have its first public performance in a few days, and he's worried that he may have made a wrong career choice! We meet his girlfriend, Susan, and his best friend, Michael. Later, reality intrudes, and Jon has to go to work at the diner. Inspired by the all-too-familiar brunch scene, Jon inverts a song by his real-life mentor, Stephen Sondheim. Afterwards, Michael takes him to see the fancy apartment he has just bought, and the two have fun contrasting its pleasures with life in Jonathan's ancient walk-up flat. Later in the evening, he and Susan have one of their increasingly frequent spats about nothing -- and everything.

    As Johnny's birthday approaches, he ponders the choices we face in life, and thinks about how we translate those decisions into everyday living.
    Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg
    915 S. York St Mechanicsburg PA 17055
    717.766.0535
  • | 8:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment, music, country, court, chapel
    - MSC’s 35th anniversary season begins at Market Square Church. Rebel with Recorder and Flute virtuoso, Matthias Maute, will offer an unforgettable journey through 17th and 18th century European music of country, court and chapel.

    Tickets are $35, $30 for seniors, $5 for college students and free for school-age students with a $10 ticket available for one accompanying adult. For tickets, visit click for details, call 717 214-ARTS or 717 221-9599. Remaining tickets will be available at the door.
    Market Square Presbyterian Church
    20 S. 2nd St Harrisburg PA 17101
  • | 8:00pm - 10:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - MSC’s 35th anniversary season begins on Saturday, October 1, at 8 pm at Market Square Church. Rebel with Recorder and Flute virtuoso, Matthias Maute, will offer an unforgettable journey through 17th and 18th century European music of country, court and chapel. Tickets are $35, $30 for seniors, $5 for college students and free for school-age students with a $10 ticket available for one accompanying adult. For tickets, visit click for details/#!concerts/c1afn" target="_blank">click for details or click for details , call 717 221-9599. Remaining tickets will be available at the door.

    Hailed by the New York Times as “Sophisticated and Beguiling” and praised by the Los Angeles Times for their “astonishingly vital music-making”, the New York-based Baroque ensemble REBEL (pronounced “Re-BEL”) has earned an impressive international reputation, enchanting diverse audiences by their unique style and their virtuosic, highly expressive and provocative approach to the Baroque and Classical repertoire. Matthias Maute has achieved international renown as one of the finest recorder and baroque flute players of his generation, and as a composer and director. His first prize win in the soloist category at the prestigious Early Music Competition in Bruges, Belgium in 1990 set the course for a diverse and distinguished career spanning over two decades.

    The concert is sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. William Murray. The season sponsor is Capital BlueCross. A resident company of Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Market Square Concerts also receives support from the Cultural Enrichment Fund and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

    Complete information on Market Square Concerts’ 2016-17 season is at: click for details
    Market Square Presbyterian Church
    20 South 2nd Street Harrisburg PA 17101
    Darlene Richter 717.221.9599 drichter@marketsquareconcerts.org

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