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Totem Pole Preview Performances of ‘Souvenir’ This Weekend

Totem Pole Playhouse opens its third production in its new summer subscription series, Souvenir by Stephen Temperley, this weekend.

52nd Annual Greencastle Sidewalk Days

Over 100 crafters, merchants, food vendors and community groups will be on hand for the 52nd Annual Greencastle Sidewalk Days this weekend.

Celebrating America’s Birthday With Fireworks and Parties

Events from concerts, a Firecracker Scramble, carnival activities, games, food and swimming parties to a flag retirement ceremony and of course fireworks, will coincide with the country’s official birthday, Thursday, July 4.

‘Smoke on the Mountain’ Opens This Weekend

The hugely popular Bluegrass Gospel stage musical was first presented during the 1997 season and was so successful it returned again the next year in 1998.

Franklin County Fair Offers Fun-Filled Week

The Franklin County Fair can date all the way back to 1854 when it was considered the Franklin County Agricultural Fair and was organized by the Agricultural Society of Franklin County.

Getting Ready for a Cappella & Unplugged

Organizers have expanded their talent search this year for the annual A Cappella & Unplugged competition that precedes the reenactment of the Confederate burning of Chambersburg during the Civil War.

Downtown ‘Geek’ Festival Drew Crowd

A sizable crowd turned out for the First Annual Geek Fest Saturday - some curious about the colorful characters participating and others into the ‘geek’ culture.

Totem Pole Playhouse: Shear Madness

Shear Madness opens Totem Pole Playhouse‘s new 2019 five-play subscription season with the first preview performance on May 31.

Totem Pole Playhouse 5-Show Summer Subscription Series

Totem Pole Playhouse has announced a major change in its programming format starting this summer. A new 5-show summer subscription series at the Totem Pole

Hellcats Revenge 2: Deadman’s Hand

Writer, Director, and Producer Len Kabasinski has chosen the home of the Franklin County Historical Society – Kittochtinny as a location for his next feature film, “Hellcats Revenge 2: Deadman's Hand.”

Classic Movie Series Returns to Downtown Waynesboro

Now showing: classic movie series in the restored Waynesboro Theatre. Located in the community’s historic downtown, the movies are open to all ages.

Chefs Walk 2019 Brings Great Food and Music

CHAMBERSBURG -- It's that time of year again! Time for First Friday celebrations, farmers markets and summer festivals, all celebrated downtown.

FC Free Press 🐰 Easter Egg Hunt

That's right folks, it's another Easter Egg Hunt, with a twist. Don't worry you won't have to leave your chair to participate in this hunt.

Check it out: Free spring concert by Shippensburg Town Band

The Shippensburg Town Band will partner with some of the community's best young musicians to present a free concert in March.

DOWNTOWN CHAMBERSBURG ICEFEST 2019

From Thursday, January 31 until Feb. 3, enjoy the 80 ice sculptures! These lit sculptures break up the winter blues with chilly fun for everyone. Catch a glimpse of the master carvers of DiMartino Ice sculpting blocks of ice into works of art, take a chilly ride on the carved ice slide, shake it up at the Snowfall Ball, watch as local community members are dunked during the Polar Dunk Plunge and taste test chili at the famous Chili Cook-off.
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