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Art Alliance Features a Demo by York Artist Phyllis Disher Fredericks

The business meeting starts at 7 p.m. (6:30 social time), followed by a program featuring Fredericks. She will demonstrate her process in a program called “Developing ideas and composition for Surrealism.”

Stories of SHAPE: The Last 20 Years

The community celebrates SHAPE’s 20th anniversary in September with art.

See the Half Priced Previews of Final Totem Pole Production Tonight,...

Totem Pole Playhouse's final 2019 production starts tonight at the famed summer theater venue in Caledonia.

Pete Mazzone: Stepping Outside the Comfort Zone

Pete Mazzone doesn’t shy away from a challenge. In fact, the Chambersburg artist welcomes opportunities to step outside of the familiar and comfortable.

Work of Area Artists at Chambersburg Hospital

The work of area artists Gloria Walker and Bonnie O’Leary are featured in an art exhibit at Chambersburg Hospital this month.

Two More Days to See Area’s Biggest Art Exhibit

The Franklin County Art Alliance’s 48th Annual Exhibition opened on Sunday, June 2 with a tea and award ceremony where over $1000 worth of awards were presented. Biggest art exhibit in Franklin County continues through Thursday

Visitors Bureau Photo Contest

The buds of spring are popping into leaves, so, grab a camera and enter your best shots. The Franklin County Visitors Bureau (FCVB) is seeking a shot of the new 11/30 Visitors Center for the cover of its 2019-2020 Franklin County Visitors Guide.

First Friday Includes an Arts Festival

The Downtown Business Council (DBC) and Council for the Arts of Chambersburg will present First Friday: Taste of the Arts on Friday, May 3rd from 5-8pm.

Kohl Pilgrim gets 2019 Margaret Weeks Scholarship for Vocal Performance

This year's Margaret Weeks scholarship recipient is a native of Chambersburg and a Junior at Chambersburg Area Senior High School with big dreams for the future.

How Handel wrote ‘Messiah’ topic of Evening Talk

Exploring the story of George Frideric Handel's personal situation, which caused him to write "Messiah" during financial "last chance" desperation in Ireland in 1742.

Call for Entries: Franklin County Art Alliance 48th Annual Exhibition

The largest art exhibition to be held annually in Franklin County, the Alliance show regularly features over 300 watercolors, oils, pastels, prints, drawings, photographs and sculptures, by more than 80 area artists.

G-A Chamber seeks vendors

The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce invites artisans, hand-crafters, fresh flowers, produce and food vendors to register for “3rd Saturdays in the Square” to be held May through September in and around the Greencastle Square.
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Gerald Thomas George, 59, of Chambersburg passed away on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at home surrounded by his family.

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