Special Events
What you'll find here: A listing of some of the current and upcoming events in Gettysburg and Adams County.

 

This page last updated June 27, 2013
June 2013
- Gettysburg.com and Dobbin House Inc. are not responsible for cancellations or other changes that may occur. Please contact the telephone numbers listed for updates on special events.

Day Date Time Category Name of Event Description Where Phone Comments
1 - 3o All Day Any Day Dine at the Dobbin House Make your reservation  At The Dobbin House 89 Steinwehr Ave Gettysburg, Pa 717-334-2100 Make your reservations early!

www.dobbinhouse.com

Sat 1 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sat 1 Saturdays 7am – 12 noon through September (October TBD) Agricultural The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market is located in the center of Gettysburg, on four quadrants of the town’s historic Lincoln Square. Lincoln Square
Gettysburg, PA
717-359-9989 The beautiful location, abundance of good food, and the friendly service you’ll get from our vendors makes the Farmers Market a most enjoyable place to shop. Our customers look forward to ‘Market Day’ as a time to meet with neighbors and buy the freshest produce, herbs, breads, and plants that Adams County has to offer. The market often shares its space with other worthy activities – art shows, reenactors, and more – making each visit a new experience.

http://www.gettysburgfarmmarket.com/home/

Sat 1 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Agricultural Saturday's Farm Fresh Market  From seedlings for your garden, flower baskets for Mom, great grass fed meats for your grill, baked goods homemade from scratch and lots more. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  We are easy to find as you enter the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg and lots of free parking.

Saturday's Farm Fresh Market vendors look forward to serving you this season!


EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Sat 1 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Sat 1 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sat 1 Check Web Site For Details Educational Guided Double Decker Tours May 18, 2013-September 1, 2013 join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour every Saturday throughout the summer! Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Sat 1 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Sat 1 6:00pm Educational An Evening with the Painting Learn about the history and conservation of the Cyclorama painting including an opportunity to spend time viewing the Cyclorama with Sue Boardman, Cyclorama historian.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

877-874-2478 To purchase tickets, call 877-874-2478 or visit our website.

Sponsored by the Gettysburg Foundation.

http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org

 

Sun 2 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sun 2 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sun 2 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Mon 3 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Mon 3 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 4 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 4 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Wed 5 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Wed 5 Noon - 4 p.m Agricultural Wednesday's Market at the Gettysburg Rec Park Conveniently located to area neighborhoods and the Gettysburg Hospital is the 52 acre Gettysburg Recreation Park. Gettysburg Rec Park
545 Long Lane
Gettysburg, PA 17325
  Humming with activity, from walking the Biser one mile fitness trail to catching a softball game or just a summer time stroll.
The market is located in close proximity to the main Rec Park building. Free parking available.
EBT and Debit services will be provided.

http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html
Wed 5 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 6 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 6 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Fri 7 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Fri 7 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Fri 7 9:30 a.m.- 5 p.m Agricultural Fridays Farm Fresh Market Welcome to Fridays Farm Fresh Market. Conveniently located at The Outlet Shoppes of Gettysburg, this market location offers easy access to Rt. 15 and Baltimore Pike with lots of free parking. We look forward to our 2013 market season. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  Great fresh food from local growers, our market offers a wide array of producer only, locally grown, grazed, gorgeous and yummy baked goods. Visit any of our vendor's page for additional information on their product lines.
EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Fri 7 Special discounts and late shopping hours Family Fun First Friday, Gettysburg Style Each month Gettysburg businesses join forces to offer special events and refreshments. Gettysburg Area Retail Merchants Association

Downtown Gettysburg

717-359-0776 Approximately 25 businesses throughout Historic Gettysburg participate by hosting special receptions, guest artists and authors, sales and later business hours.

Look for the First Friday banner at participating Gettysburg area shops, galleries, restaurants and businesses.

http://gettysburgretailmerchants.com/
Sat 8 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sat 8 Saturdays 7am – 12 noon through September (October TBD) Agricultural The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market is located in the center of Gettysburg, on four quadrants of the town’s historic Lincoln Square. Lincoln Square
Gettysburg, PA
717-359-9989 The beautiful location, abundance of good food, and the friendly service you’ll get from our vendors makes the Farmers Market a most enjoyable place to shop. Our customers look forward to ‘Market Day’ as a time to meet with neighbors and buy the freshest produce, herbs, breads, and plants that Adams County has to offer. The market often shares its space with other worthy activities – art shows, reenactors, and more – making each visit a new experience.

http://www.gettysburgfarmmarket.com/home/

Sat 8 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Agricultural Saturday's Farm Fresh Market  From seedlings for your garden, flower baskets for Mom, great grass fed meats for your grill, baked goods homemade from scratch and lots more. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  We are easy to find as you enter the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg and lots of free parking.

Saturday's Farm Fresh Market vendors look forward to serving you this season!


EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Sat 8 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Sat 8 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Sat 8 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sat 8 Check Web Site For Details Educational Guided Double Decker Tours May 18, 2013-September 1, 2013 join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour every Saturday throughout the summer! Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Sat 8 Saturdays; 7:30pm 150th Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital

Candlelight at Christ Church

The program presents live Civil War era music with sing-a-longs, costumed performers reading from the journals of a citizen nurse who served here and and a soldier who was treated in this historic building, and poetry reading that captures the emotion and pathos of this tragic period of our history. Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital - Candlelight at Christ Church

30 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-5212 A performance brings to life events which occurred in this Civil War hospital when 140 wounded and dying soldiers were sheltered in this beautiful church during and after the Battle of Gettysburg one hundred and fifty years ago. Handicap accessible. Free of charge.

NOTE: No performance July 13.
http://www.candlelightatchrist.org
Sat 8  10:00am-5:00pm Agricultural Pennsylvania Lavender Festival

At Willow Pond Farm

The Pennsylvania Lavender Festival, founded in 2001, is held annually at Willow Pond Farm in Fairfield, PA, 10 minutes west of Gettysburg and 90 minutes from Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. Willow Pond Farm

145 Tract Road
Fairfield, PA 17320

717-642-6387 The only such event in the eastern U.S., the Festival offers sensory delights and a wide variety of experiences for participants including tours of the farm's lavender fields and demonstration gardens, lectures and workshops by nationally known experts, and cut-your-own lavender from the farm's 2.5 acres of plantings. Visit with vendors, find practically everything lavender under our "Lavender Tent", or start your own lavender garden with some of the nearly 100 varieties available at our certified organic greenhouses. Three varieties - 'Madeline Marie', 'Rebecca Kay', and 'Two Amys' - were developed at Willow Pond Farm.

A modest admission fee is charged; children 12 and under are free. Herbal picnic fare is available for purchase or you can bring your own. Free parking is available at Fairfield school where a free shuttle bus will bring you directly to the Festival. Handicapped parking is available at Willow Pond Farm. Please, no pets.

www.palavenderfestival.com for more information.

 
Sat 8   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Sun 9 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sun 9 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sun 9 Varies per performance & day Theater Noises Off by Michael Frayn

"The funniest comedy ever written." - Daily Telegraph

Hailed by many critics as the "funniest farce ever written," and winner of both the Tony and Olivier awards for Best Play, Noises Off is the ultimate insider show for theatre buffs. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 A backstage farce about a zany bunch of actors performing a farce, this side splitting comedy pokes fun at every theatre cliche in the book. Love triangles, bumbling actors, an imperious director and lost contact lenses are all part of the high-spirited antics in this fast paced laugh fest.

As side splitting farce as I have seen. Ever? Ever." - NY Magazine

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Sun 9   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Mon 10
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Mon 10   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Mon 10 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 11 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 11
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Tue 11   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Tue 11 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Wed 12
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Wed 12 Noon - 4 p.m Agricultural Wednesday's Market at the Gettysburg Rec Park Conveniently located to area neighborhoods and the Gettysburg Hospital is the 52 acre Gettysburg Recreation Park. Gettysburg Rec Park
545 Long Lane
Gettysburg, PA 17325
  Humming with activity, from walking the Biser one mile fitness trail to catching a softball game or just a summer time stroll.
The market is located in close proximity to the main Rec Park building. Free parking available.
EBT and Debit services will be provided.

http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html
Wed 12 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Wed 12   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Wed 12 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 13 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 13
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Thu 13   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Thu 13 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Fri 14 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Fri 14
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Fri 14 9:30 a.m.- 5 p.m Agricultural Fridays Farm Fresh Market Welcome to Fridays Farm Fresh Market. Conveniently located at The Outlet Shoppes of Gettysburg, this market location offers easy access to Rt. 15 and Baltimore Pike with lots of free parking. We look forward to our 2013 market season. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  Great fresh food from local growers, our market offers a wide array of producer only, locally grown, grazed, gorgeous and yummy baked goods. Visit any of our vendor's page for additional information on their product lines.
EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Fri 14 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Fri 14   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Sat 15 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sat 15 Saturdays 7am – 12 noon through September (October TBD) Agricultural The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market is located in the center of Gettysburg, on four quadrants of the town’s historic Lincoln Square. Lincoln Square
Gettysburg, PA
717-359-9989 The beautiful location, abundance of good food, and the friendly service you’ll get from our vendors makes the Farmers Market a most enjoyable place to shop. Our customers look forward to ‘Market Day’ as a time to meet with neighbors and buy the freshest produce, herbs, breads, and plants that Adams County has to offer. The market often shares its space with other worthy activities – art shows, reenactors, and more – making each visit a new experience.

http://www.gettysburgfarmmarket.com/home/

Sat 15 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Agricultural Saturday's Farm Fresh Market  From seedlings for your garden, flower baskets for Mom, great grass fed meats for your grill, baked goods homemade from scratch and lots more. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  We are easy to find as you enter the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg and lots of free parking.

Saturday's Farm Fresh Market vendors look forward to serving you this season!


EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Sat 15 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Sat 15   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Sat 15 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sat 15
8:00am-4:00pm
Antique Show New Oxford Outdoor Antique Market & Craft Show Antiques Dealers, Food, Crafts, Entertainment,
over 160 Antiques Dealers plus permanent shops.
On Center Square & Streets of New Oxford
New Oxford, Pa
 
(717) 624-2800. Spaces Available for Antiques & Craft Vendors!
Sponsored by the New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce
• E-mail us at info@newoxford.org.
• Telephone us at (717) 624-2800.
• Write to us at:
New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 152
New Oxford, PA 17350

http://www.newoxford.org/
Sat 15 Check Web Site For Details Educational Guided Double Decker Tours May 18, 2013-September 1, 2013 join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour every Saturday throughout the summer! Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Sat 15 Saturdays; 7:30pm 150th Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital

Candlelight at Christ Church

The program presents live Civil War era music with sing-a-longs, costumed performers reading from the journals of a citizen nurse who served here and and a soldier who was treated in this historic building, and poetry reading that captures the emotion and pathos of this tragic period of our history. Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital - Candlelight at Christ Church

30 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-5212 A performance brings to life events which occurred in this Civil War hospital when 140 wounded and dying soldiers were sheltered in this beautiful church during and after the Battle of Gettysburg one hundred and fifty years ago. Handicap accessible. Free of charge.

NOTE: No performance July 13.
http://www.candlelightatchrist.org
Sat 15  10:00am-5:00pm Agricultural Pennsylvania Lavender Festival

At Willow Pond Farm

The Pennsylvania Lavender Festival, founded in 2001, is held annually at Willow Pond Farm in Fairfield, PA, 10 minutes west of Gettysburg and 90 minutes from Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. Willow Pond Farm

145 Tract Road
Fairfield, PA 17320

717-642-6387 The only such event in the eastern U.S., the Festival offers sensory delights and a wide variety of experiences for participants including tours of the farm's lavender fields and demonstration gardens, lectures and workshops by nationally known experts, and cut-your-own lavender from the farm's 2.5 acres of plantings. Visit with vendors, find practically everything lavender under our "Lavender Tent", or start your own lavender garden with some of the nearly 100 varieties available at our certified organic greenhouses. Three varieties - 'Madeline Marie', 'Rebecca Kay', and 'Two Amys' - were developed at Willow Pond Farm.

A modest admission fee is charged; children 12 and under are free. Herbal picnic fare is available for purchase or you can bring your own. Free parking is available at Fairfield school where a free shuttle bus will bring you directly to the Festival. Handicapped parking is available at Willow Pond Farm. Please, no pets.

www.palavenderfestival.com for more information.

 
Sat 15 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Sat 15 Check Web Site For Details 150th Event Civil War Brass Band Concert Enjoy period music from the Civil War played by brass bands. Free performances sponsored by the Gettysburg National Military Park.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-874-2478 http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org
Sat 15 See Listing for Details 150th Event Battle of Fairfield - Bus Tour Join us on a never before offered, once in a lifetime, guided tour to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Fairfield. This is a unique opportunity to take advantage of having full access to the ground actually fought upon during the hotly contested Cavalry action. Walk the grounds where the Battle of Fairfield took place. Pick-up locations at selected Gettysburg Hotels and Campgrounds
Gettysburg, PA
 
1-877-723-1863 We have been given permission from property owners to allow us to take you onto their property. View the Battlefield from both the Union and Confederate perspectives! Walk the ground where Major Samuel Starr was wounded and where two medals of honor would eventually be awarded.

The tour begins in the Town of Fairfield, one of the more scenic and unspoiled towns in America. View the many homes, churches and shops which once housed the wounded soldiers. The tour will continue onto the ground where the Battle of Fairfield took place. This Battle resulted in the highest percentage of loss of any Union Cavalry Regiment during the entire Gettysburg Campaign on July 3, 1863.

Traverse the Union advance up the valley and visit the site of the unfinished tapeworm railroad. This railroad was the unsuccessful attempt by Thaddeus Stevens 24 years before the battle of Gettysburg to link his holdings in the South Mountain range and east towards Gettysburg with the B&O railroad in Frederick, MD. The railroad bed served as the guide for runaway slaves on the Underground Railroad to Gettysburg and then further north as they continued their journey.

View the ridge line on which the 6th US Cavalry confronted three regiments of Confederate cavalry during the Battle, the Confederate artillery position and staging area of the Confederate counter charge, and the conclusion of the action across two farms, the MARSHALL FARM and the CULBERTSON FARM, during the battle.
The tour will conclude with the heated skirmish action of the Union 6th Corps. coming upon the rear guard of Lee’s retreat East of Fairfield on July 5, 1863, resulting in the death of the first Union infantryman killed after the Battle of Gettysburg, the Confederate retreat of the 45,000 rebel troops through the town of Fairfield, and the action between July 3 and July 6 in and near the town of Fairfield.
Package Includes: Guided Tour, Transportation, Limited Edition Medallion and Book “Fairfield in the Civil War”
Package Price Per Person: $36.00
Sponsored by the Fairfield Sesquicentennial Committee

http://www.starsandstripestours.com

Sat 15 1:00pm-3:00pm Educational Caroline's Tea Join us this summer for programs laced with historical figures and Victorian values, served up with our popular “High Tea” menus on the tented lawn at the historic Rupp House. The Rupp House

451 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA

717-338-1243 Sponsored by the Gettysburg Foundation

http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org

Sat 15 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Juneteenth Celebration in Columbia with a parade from the Mt. Zion AME Church, South Fifth Street to Zion Hill Cemetery, North Fifth Street Extended. A service will be held at the graveyard where many African-American Civil War veterans, some from the 54th & 55th Massachusetts, are interred along with conductors on the Underground Railroad. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489 For updated information check out our Facebook page


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Sun 16 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sun 16 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sun 16 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Juneteenth Celebration in Columbia with a parade from the Mt. Zion AME Church, South Fifth Street to Zion Hill Cemetery, North Fifth Street Extended. A service will be held at the graveyard where many African-American Civil War veterans, some from the 54th & 55th Massachusetts, are interred along with conductors on the Underground Railroad. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489 For updated information check out our Facebook page


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civilwar150rivertowns

Sun 16 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Sun 16   Festival The Gettysburg Festival The Gettysburg Festival is a comprehensive arts festival presenting world-class artists and performers in a variety of free and ticketed events. Around Gettysburg
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-0853 The festival celebrates American creativity in all genres of the arts, including:
◦Music
◦Theater
◦Visual Art
◦Culinary Arts
◦Children's Programming

Charming venues throughout historic Gettysburg include The Majestic Theater, Lincoln Square and Gettysburg College. Featuring a mix of traditional American artists as well as innovative modern talent. The Gettysburg Festival is a non-profit cultural tourism initiative. Enrich your spirit with the arts and immerse yourself in culture!

Visit our website for a full list of scheduled events.


http://www.gettysburgfestival.org
Mon 17
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Mon 17 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Juneteenth Celebration in Columbia with a parade from the Mt. Zion AME Church, South Fifth Street to Zion Hill Cemetery, North Fifth Street Extended. A service will be held at the graveyard where many African-American Civil War veterans, some from the 54th & 55th Massachusetts, are interred along with conductors on the Underground Railroad. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489 For updated information check out our Facebook page


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Mon 17 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Mon 17 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 18 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 18
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Tue 18 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Juneteenth Celebration in Columbia with a parade from the Mt. Zion AME Church, South Fifth Street to Zion Hill Cemetery, North Fifth Street Extended. A service will be held at the graveyard where many African-American Civil War veterans, some from the 54th & 55th Massachusetts, are interred along with conductors on the Underground Railroad. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489 For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Tue 18 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Wed 19
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Wed 19 Noon - 4 p.m Agricultural Wednesday's Market at the Gettysburg Rec Park Conveniently located to area neighborhoods and the Gettysburg Hospital is the 52 acre Gettysburg Recreation Park. Gettysburg Rec Park
545 Long Lane
Gettysburg, PA 17325
  Humming with activity, from walking the Biser one mile fitness trail to catching a softball game or just a summer time stroll.
The market is located in close proximity to the main Rec Park building. Free parking available.
EBT and Debit services will be provided.

http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html
Wed 19 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Juneteenth Celebration in Columbia with a parade from the Mt. Zion AME Church, South Fifth Street to Zion Hill Cemetery, North Fifth Street Extended. A service will be held at the graveyard where many African-American Civil War veterans, some from the 54th & 55th Massachusetts, are interred along with conductors on the Underground Railroad. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489 For updated information check out our Facebook page


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civilwar150rivertowns

Wed 19 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Wed 19 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 20 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 20
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Thu 20 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Juneteenth Celebration in Columbia with a parade from the Mt. Zion AME Church, South Fifth Street to Zion Hill Cemetery, North Fifth Street Extended. A service will be held at the graveyard where many African-American Civil War veterans, some from the 54th & 55th Massachusetts, are interred along with conductors on the Underground Railroad. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489 For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Thu 20 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Fri 21
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Fri 21 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Fri 21 9:30 a.m.- 5 p.m Agricultural Fridays Farm Fresh Market Welcome to Fridays Farm Fresh Market. Conveniently located at The Outlet Shoppes of Gettysburg, this market location offers easy access to Rt. 15 and Baltimore Pike with lots of free parking. We look forward to our 2013 market season. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  Great fresh food from local growers, our market offers a wide array of producer only, locally grown, grazed, gorgeous and yummy baked goods. Visit any of our vendor's page for additional information on their product lines.
EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Fri 21 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Juneteenth Celebration in Columbia with a parade from the Mt. Zion AME Church, South Fifth Street to Zion Hill Cemetery, North Fifth Street Extended. A service will be held at the graveyard where many African-American Civil War veterans, some from the 54th & 55th Massachusetts, are interred along with conductors on the Underground Railroad. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489 For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Fri 21 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Fri 21 Check Web Site For Details Educational Civil War Institute Sponsored by the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College and the Gettysburg National Military Park, a collection of historians will present on various aspects of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. Gettysburg College Conference Department

300 N Washington Street
Campus Box 2457
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-337-6590 Tours will also be offered as part of the institute. Details are available online or by calling 717-337-6590.

http://www.gettysburg.edu/cwi/

Sat 22 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sat 22 Saturdays 7am – 12 noon through September (October TBD) Agricultural The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market is located in the center of Gettysburg, on four quadrants of the town’s historic Lincoln Square. Lincoln Square
Gettysburg, PA
717-359-9989 The beautiful location, abundance of good food, and the friendly service you’ll get from our vendors makes the Farmers Market a most enjoyable place to shop. Our customers look forward to ‘Market Day’ as a time to meet with neighbors and buy the freshest produce, herbs, breads, and plants that Adams County has to offer. The market often shares its space with other worthy activities – art shows, reenactors, and more – making each visit a new experience.

http://www.gettysburgfarmmarket.com/home/

Sat 22 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Agricultural Saturday's Farm Fresh Market  From seedlings for your garden, flower baskets for Mom, great grass fed meats for your grill, baked goods homemade from scratch and lots more. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  We are easy to find as you enter the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg and lots of free parking.

Saturday's Farm Fresh Market vendors look forward to serving you this season!


EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Sat 22 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Sat 22 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Civil War Ball at the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors Museum, Fifth & Poplar Streets, Columbia, PA 17512 with instructors and a caller. Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


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Sat 22 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sat 22 Check Web Site For Details Educational Guided Double Decker Tours May 18, 2013-September 1, 2013 join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour every Saturday throughout the summer! Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Sat 22 Saturdays; 7:30pm 150th Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital

Candlelight at Christ Church

The program presents live Civil War era music with sing-a-longs, costumed performers reading from the journals of a citizen nurse who served here and and a soldier who was treated in this historic building, and poetry reading that captures the emotion and pathos of this tragic period of our history. Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital - Candlelight at Christ Church

30 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-5212 A performance brings to life events which occurred in this Civil War hospital when 140 wounded and dying soldiers were sheltered in this beautiful church during and after the Battle of Gettysburg one hundred and fifty years ago. Handicap accessible. Free of charge.

NOTE: No performance July 13.
http://www.candlelightatchrist.org
Sat 22 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Sat 22 Check Web Site For Details Educational Civil War Institute Sponsored by the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College and the Gettysburg National Military Park, a collection of historians will present on various aspects of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. Gettysburg College Conference Department

300 N Washington Street
Campus Box 2457
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-337-6590 Tours will also be offered as part of the institute. Details are available online or by calling 717-337-6590.

http://www.gettysburg.edu/cwi/

Sat 22 6:00pm-7:30pm 150th "What in the World is a Cyclorama?"

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

Experience our program “What In The World Is A Cyclorama?” and learn about the world of cycloramas, including our Cyclorama, a painting depicting the famous “Pickett’s Charge.” Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center

1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA 17325

877-874-2478 This painting is 42 feet high, 377 feet around (longer than a football field) and weighs an estimated 12.5 tons! Nearly 20 trained conservators worked on the painting’s recent conservation, an effort that took five years and is the largest effort of its kind ever on the continent.

In this special program you will have exclusive access to the painting with extended time on the viewing platform where you'll see the details of the painting for yourself and get answers to your Cyclorama questions. Programs run most Saturdays through October, dates and times are subject to change.

Tickets are available online at www.gettysburgfoundation.org, by calling 877-874-2478 and in person at our ticketing counter at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center.
Sat 22 8:00am Family Fun 23rd Annual "Spirit of Gettysburg

5K and Kids Runs

Registration is now open for the 23rd annual Spirit of Gettysburg! YWCA Gettysburg & Adams County

909 Fairfield Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-9171 This event includes a 5K through part of the Gettysburg Battlefield, as well as a 1-mile Fun Run and a kids' quarter-mile sprint and mini-trot. Events begin at the YWCA.

For more information and to register, please visit their website.

All proceeds benefit YWCA programs

http://www.ywcagettysburg.org

Sun 23 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sun 23 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Sun 23 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sun 23 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Exhibits at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust Street, Wrightsville &  Burning of the Bridge Diorama, Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368
Columbia Historic Preservation Society, 19-21 North Second Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Marietta Restoration Association Museum, Waterford Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


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civilwar150rivertowns

Sun 23 Varies per performance & day Theater A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Sponsored by F & M Trust "With all those great tunes, how could you not love it?" - Talkin' Broadway

Celebrate the life of Hall of Fame country legend Patsy Cline, who rose from her humble roots near Winchester, Virginia all the way to fame and fortune at the Grand Ole Opry, at Carnegie Hall, and beyond. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 This show includes over 20 of her memorable hits including 'Crazy,' 'Walkin' After Midnight,' 'Sweet Dreams,' 'She's Got You,' and 'I Fall to Pieces' as it follows her climb from obscurity to international stardom.

"The Press can give no higher a recommendation than to see this tribute to the music, the life and the times of Patsy Cline. You will feel that you are actually there as music history is made." - Polk County Press

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

 

Sun 23 Check Web Site For Details Educational Civil War Institute Sponsored by the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College and the Gettysburg National Military Park, a collection of historians will present on various aspects of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. Gettysburg College Conference Department

300 N Washington Street
Campus Box 2457
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-337-6590 Tours will also be offered as part of the institute. Details are available online or by calling 717-337-6590.

http://www.gettysburg.edu/cwi/

Mon 24
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Mon 24 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Exhibits at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust Street, Wrightsville &  Burning of the Bridge Diorama, Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368
Columbia Historic Preservation Society, 19-21 North Second Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Marietta Restoration Association Museum, Waterford Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Mon 24 Check Web Site For Details Educational Civil War Institute Sponsored by the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College and the Gettysburg National Military Park, a collection of historians will present on various aspects of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. Gettysburg College Conference Department

300 N Washington Street
Campus Box 2457
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-337-6590 Tours will also be offered as part of the institute. Details are available online or by calling 717-337-6590.

http://www.gettysburg.edu/cwi/

Mon 24 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 25 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Tue 25
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Tue 25 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Tue 25 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Exhibits at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust Street, Wrightsville &  Burning of the Bridge Diorama, Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368
Columbia Historic Preservation Society, 19-21 North Second Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Marietta Restoration Association Museum, Waterford Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Tue 25 Check Web Site For Details Educational Civil War Institute Sponsored by the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College and the Gettysburg National Military Park, a collection of historians will present on various aspects of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. Gettysburg College Conference Department

300 N Washington Street
Campus Box 2457
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-337-6590 Tours will also be offered as part of the institute. Details are available online or by calling 717-337-6590.

http://www.gettysburg.edu/cwi/

Tue 25 Varies per performance & day Theater Dames At Sea

Dames At Sea is a real winner, a little gem of a musical." - New York Times

This flashy musical is a hysterical spoof of 1930s Busby Berkley style movie-musical spectaculars. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 The show tells the story of Ruby, just off the bus from Utah, who in the span of one day falls in love, gets cast as a dancer in a Broadway musical, saves the show by moving it to a Navy ship, takes over for the star, becomes a hit sensation, and gets married, to boot! The role of Ruby in the original production launched the career of Bernadette Peters. Plenty of singing and tap dancing keep this vessel bounding over waves of laughter.

"broadsies the 1930s movie musicals of Busy Berkley with tongue firmly in cheek." - LA Times

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Wed 26
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Wed 26 Noon - 4 p.m Agricultural Wednesday's Market at the Gettysburg Rec Park Conveniently located to area neighborhoods and the Gettysburg Hospital is the 52 acre Gettysburg Recreation Park. Gettysburg Rec Park
545 Long Lane
Gettysburg, PA 17325
  Humming with activity, from walking the Biser one mile fitness trail to catching a softball game or just a summer time stroll.
The market is located in close proximity to the main Rec Park building. Free parking available.
EBT and Debit services will be provided.

http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html
Wed 26 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Wed 26 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Exhibits at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust Street, Wrightsville &  Burning of the Bridge Diorama, Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368
Columbia Historic Preservation Society, 19-21 North Second Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Marietta Restoration Association Museum, Waterford Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Wed 26 Varies per performance & day Theater Dames At Sea

Dames At Sea is a real winner, a little gem of a musical." - New York Times

This flashy musical is a hysterical spoof of 1930s Busby Berkley style movie-musical spectaculars. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 The show tells the story of Ruby, just off the bus from Utah, who in the span of one day falls in love, gets cast as a dancer in a Broadway musical, saves the show by moving it to a Navy ship, takes over for the star, becomes a hit sensation, and gets married, to boot! The role of Ruby in the original production launched the career of Bernadette Peters. Plenty of singing and tap dancing keep this vessel bounding over waves of laughter.

"broadsies the 1930s movie musicals of Busy Berkley with tongue firmly in cheek." - LA Times

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Wed 26 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 27 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Thu 27
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com
Thu 27 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Thu 27 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Exhibits at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust Street, Wrightsville &  Burning of the Bridge Diorama, Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368
Columbia Historic Preservation Society, 19-21 North Second Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Marietta Restoration Association Museum, Waterford Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Thu 27 Varies per performance & day Theater Dames At Sea

Dames At Sea is a real winner, a little gem of a musical." - New York Times

This flashy musical is a hysterical spoof of 1930s Busby Berkley style movie-musical spectaculars. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 The show tells the story of Ruby, just off the bus from Utah, who in the span of one day falls in love, gets cast as a dancer in a Broadway musical, saves the show by moving it to a Navy ship, takes over for the star, becomes a hit sensation, and gets married, to boot! The role of Ruby in the original production launched the career of Bernadette Peters. Plenty of singing and tap dancing keep this vessel bounding over waves of laughter.

"broadsies the 1930s movie musicals of Busy Berkley with tongue firmly in cheek." - LA Times

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Thu 27 Check Web Site For Details 150th 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Hanover Coinciding with the town's 250th anniversary, events are planned to highlight the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hanover which took place on July 2, 1863. Hanover, Pa 637-6130 A parade will be held on June 29 followed by a ceremony on June 30 at Wirt Park. A Calvary demonstration is planned for July 2 at the Sheppard Farm. (See event listing for this specific event at the Sheppard Farm)
 

http://www.hanover2013.com/

Thu 27 150th   The Blue Gray Alliance 150th Gettysburg Reenactment Bring the entire family out and witness history recreated right in front of your eyes. Watch as thousands of reenactors from all across this county and a number of foreign countries retrace the footsteps and the epic struggles seen here 150 years ago. Join with the reenacting community as we honor the history that shaped this great nation and our ancestors who were there when it happened.

Please bring your lawn chair or a blanket for viewing the battles, no grandstands will be provided.

SHOP!!!!!
Come early and spend the day. Browse a period shopping mall where folks referred to as Sutlers sell their wares. Find uniforms, leather goods, women's apparel, books, candle lanterns, camp furniture, saddles, buttons, combs, footwear and just about any other item you can imagine from this period of our nations history.

Event address: 1845 Pumping Station Rd, Gettysburg, PA. 17325  
LISTEN AND LEARN!!!!!
Guest speakers will impart their historically accurate knowledge on various topics throughout the day beneath the Activities Tent.


SATISFY YOUR HUNGER!!!!
Local Food vendors will be on site serving a variety of foods.

Take a stroll between the battles and visit the encampments of the soldiers and civilians of this time period. If you can get past the pickets with the correct countersign you may just get to see some fellas boiling a cup of coffee, chewing on some hard tack or reading a letter from home.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor event and as such the ground upon which you will walk and view the battles will be open fields on a farm. The ground may be uneven or generally of a farm nature. Be smart and dress appropriately. Cool materials, hats, sunscreen and shoes will be items that prove most useful. Nothing worse than getting ants on your feet or a little momento of the horses at the event stuck between your toes!

Bottled water will be available for purchase for about the same price as your local convenience store. First Aid Stations will be staged throughout the spectator areas to keep you safe.

There is no fee for parking and no fee for children 12 yrs old and younger.

Come and see us and witness of the most historic battles of the Civil War.

Tickets purchased through this web site will utilize PayPal in order for you to render payment. PayPal is a safe, secure way to make this purchase. PayPal will accept credit cards and electronic check payments.


When you purchase your tickets we will send you an email confirming payment of your receipt. We will mail your tickets to you. Put them in a safe place because they are not replaceable.

Tickets are refundable only in the event that this event is cancelled. The event will take place rain or shine!

SPECTATOR TICKET PRICING

Since the one day adult ticket price is so incredibly cheap we can't really offer special pricing on two day tickets. If you are intent on attending both Saturday and Sunday please purchase a one day adult ticket for each day and come on out and see us!

Children twelve and under will need to be accompanied by an adult and will not require a ticket to enter.

http://www.bluegraygettysburg.com/tickets.html

Fri 28 6pm to 8 pm Meet and Greet Ken Osen Appearence He is the Master Scultor for the W. Britain brand of military miniatures. For the Historian
42 York Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 717-685-5207 He will be hosting a meet and greet with fans and aspiring sculptors.
 

www.forthehistorian.com

Fri 28
8:00am-12:30pm
Outdoors Kids in the Country Kids in the Country Day Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 to learn basic horse care and other animal care responsibilites. Children are treated to special educational events, hands-on activities, crafts and exciting "behind the scenes" opportunities. Land of Little Horses Farm Park

125 Glenwood Drive
Gettysburg, PA

717-334-7259 Each week-long camp culminates with campers being able to participate in our main arena animal performance. Camp runs from 8:00am-12:30pm, Monday-Fri and includes lunch. Each session limited to 10 campers. Registration is required. You can download the registration forms off our website.

http://www.landoflittlehorses.com-
Fri 28 Monday through Friday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Art Expanded Slaves, Soldiers, Citizens: African American Artifacts of the Civil War Era Exhibit This exhibit follows African Americans on their journey from the antebellum days of slavery through the Civil War years as United States Colored Troops and freedmen to citizenship in post-bellum America. These artifacts and documents are on generous loan from the private collection of Angelo Scarlato. 300 North Washington Street
Musselman Library
Gettysburg, PA
17325
 
717-337-6390 Mr. Scarlato is a retired educator who has been collecting materials on the 19th century African American experience, the Battle of Gettysburg and Adams County history for over 30 years. Special Collections is honored to have these unique primary sources on exhibit for our students and researchers.

This exhibit coincides with Gettysburg College’s American Civil War Sesquicentennial commemoration. The College will sponsor events and programs throughout the anniversary. 2013 will mark the 150th anniversary of the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Battle of Gettysburg, and President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

https://www.gettysburg.edu/library/news/

exhibits/slaves-soldiers-citizens.dot?host_id=1

Fri 28 9:30 a.m.- 5 p.m Agricultural Fridays Farm Fresh Market Welcome to Fridays Farm Fresh Market. Conveniently located at The Outlet Shoppes of Gettysburg, this market location offers easy access to Rt. 15 and Baltimore Pike with lots of free parking. We look forward to our 2013 market season. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  Great fresh food from local growers, our market offers a wide array of producer only, locally grown, grazed, gorgeous and yummy baked goods. Visit any of our vendor's page for additional information on their product lines.
EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Fri 28 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Fri 28 Check Web Site For Details 150th 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Hanover Coinciding with the town's 250th anniversary, events are planned to highlight the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hanover which took place on July 2, 1863. Hanover, Pa 637-6130 A parade will be held on June 29 followed by a ceremony on June 30 at Wirt Park. A Calvary demonstration is planned for July 2 at the Sheppard Farm. (See event listing for this specific event at the Sheppard Farm)
 

http://www.hanover2013.com/

Fri 28 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Exhibits at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust Street, Wrightsville &  Burning of the Bridge Diorama, Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368
Columbia Historic Preservation Society, 19-21 North Second Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Marietta Restoration Association Museum, Waterford Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Fri 28 150th   The Blue Gray Alliance 150th Gettysburg Reenactment Bring the entire family out and witness history recreated right in front of your eyes. Watch as thousands of reenactors from all across this county and a number of foreign countries retrace the footsteps and the epic struggles seen here 150 years ago. Join with the reenacting community as we honor the history that shaped this great nation and our ancestors who were there when it happened.

Please bring your lawn chair or a blanket for viewing the battles, no grandstands will be provided.

SHOP!!!!!
Come early and spend the day. Browse a period shopping mall where folks referred to as Sutlers sell their wares. Find uniforms, leather goods, women's apparel, books, candle lanterns, camp furniture, saddles, buttons, combs, footwear and just about any other item you can imagine from this period of our nations history.

Event address: 1845 Pumping Station Rd, Gettysburg, PA. 17325  
LISTEN AND LEARN!!!!!
Guest speakers will impart their historically accurate knowledge on various topics throughout the day beneath the Activities Tent.


SATISFY YOUR HUNGER!!!!
Local Food vendors will be on site serving a variety of foods.

Take a stroll between the battles and visit the encampments of the soldiers and civilians of this time period. If you can get past the pickets with the correct countersign you may just get to see some fellas boiling a cup of coffee, chewing on some hard tack or reading a letter from home.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor event and as such the ground upon which you will walk and view the battles will be open fields on a farm. The ground may be uneven or generally of a farm nature. Be smart and dress appropriately. Cool materials, hats, sunscreen and shoes will be items that prove most useful. Nothing worse than getting ants on your feet or a little momento of the horses at the event stuck between your toes!

Bottled water will be available for purchase for about the same price as your local convenience store. First Aid Stations will be staged throughout the spectator areas to keep you safe.

There is no fee for parking and no fee for children 12 yrs old and younger.

Come and see us and witness of the most historic battles of the Civil War.

Tickets purchased through this web site will utilize PayPal in order for you to render payment. PayPal is a safe, secure way to make this purchase. PayPal will accept credit cards and electronic check payments.


When you purchase your tickets we will send you an email confirming payment of your receipt. We will mail your tickets to you. Put them in a safe place because they are not replaceable.

Tickets are refundable only in the event that this event is cancelled. The event will take place rain or shine!

SPECTATOR TICKET PRICING

Since the one day adult ticket price is so incredibly cheap we can't really offer special pricing on two day tickets. If you are intent on attending both Saturday and Sunday please purchase a one day adult ticket for each day and come on out and see us!

Children twelve and under will need to be accompanied by an adult and will not require a ticket to enter.

http://www.bluegraygettysburg.com/tickets.html

Fri 28 Varies per performance & day Theater Dames At Sea

Dames At Sea is a real winner, a little gem of a musical." - New York Times

This flashy musical is a hysterical spoof of 1930s Busby Berkley style movie-musical spectaculars. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 The show tells the story of Ruby, just off the bus from Utah, who in the span of one day falls in love, gets cast as a dancer in a Broadway musical, saves the show by moving it to a Navy ship, takes over for the star, becomes a hit sensation, and gets married, to boot! The role of Ruby in the original production launched the career of Bernadette Peters. Plenty of singing and tap dancing keep this vessel bounding over waves of laughter.

"broadsies the 1930s movie musicals of Busy Berkley with tongue firmly in cheek." - LA Times

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Fri 28 10:30 AM & 1 PM Educational Guided Double Decker Tours Join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour daily June 28-July 7, 2013 at 10:30 AM and 1 PM. Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Fri 28 Check Web Site For More Info 150th Prelude to Gettysburg: The Cashtown Road 150th Anniversary of Lee's Approach to Gettysburg

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

History begins just as it did in 1863, with activities in Cashtown where Gen. A.P. Hill marched Confederate Troops under the direction of General Lee to catch the northern marching Union army. Cashtown, PA
17310
800-337-5015 This three day event will offer tours of historic homes, talks by historians, living historians, a Confederate March, and period music and worship services. Children’s activities will also be offered.

http://www.gettysburgcivilwar150.com/

Fri 28 6:00pm 150th An Evening with the Painting

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

Learn about the history and conservation of the Cyclorama painting including an opportunity to spend time viewing the Cyclorama with Sue Boardman, Cyclorama historian. Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center

1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA 17325

877-874-2478 To purchase tickets, call 877-874-2478 or visit our website.

Sponsored by the Gettysburg Foundation.

http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org

Sat 29 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sat 29 Saturdays 7am – 12 noon through September (October TBD) Agricultural The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market The Gettysburg Farmers’ Market is located in the center of Gettysburg, on four quadrants of the town’s historic Lincoln Square. Lincoln Square
Gettysburg, PA
717-359-9989 The beautiful location, abundance of good food, and the friendly service you’ll get from our vendors makes the Farmers Market a most enjoyable place to shop. Our customers look forward to ‘Market Day’ as a time to meet with neighbors and buy the freshest produce, herbs, breads, and plants that Adams County has to offer. The market often shares its space with other worthy activities – art shows, reenactors, and more – making each visit a new experience.

http://www.gettysburgfarmmarket.com/home/

Sat 29 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Agricultural Saturday's Farm Fresh Market  From seedlings for your garden, flower baskets for Mom, great grass fed meats for your grill, baked goods homemade from scratch and lots more. Rt. 15 & Baltimore Street (PA97)
1863 Gettysburg Village Drive
Gettysburg, PA 17325
 
  We are easy to find as you enter the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg and lots of free parking.

Saturday's Farm Fresh Market vendors look forward to serving you this season!


EBT and Debit Services Provided!


http://www.acfarmersmarkets.org/index.html

Sat 29 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Sat 29 150th   The Blue Gray Alliance 150th Gettysburg Reenactment Bring the entire family out and witness history recreated right in front of your eyes. Watch as thousands of reenactors from all across this county and a number of foreign countries retrace the footsteps and the epic struggles seen here 150 years ago. Join with the reenacting community as we honor the history that shaped this great nation and our ancestors who were there when it happened.

Please bring your lawn chair or a blanket for viewing the battles, no grandstands will be provided.

SHOP!!!!!
Come early and spend the day. Browse a period shopping mall where folks referred to as Sutlers sell their wares. Find uniforms, leather goods, women's apparel, books, candle lanterns, camp furniture, saddles, buttons, combs, footwear and just about any other item you can imagine from this period of our nations history.

Event address: 1845 Pumping Station Rd, Gettysburg, PA. 17325  
LISTEN AND LEARN!!!!!
Guest speakers will impart their historically accurate knowledge on various topics throughout the day beneath the Activities Tent.


SATISFY YOUR HUNGER!!!!
Local Food vendors will be on site serving a variety of foods.

Take a stroll between the battles and visit the encampments of the soldiers and civilians of this time period. If you can get past the pickets with the correct countersign you may just get to see some fellas boiling a cup of coffee, chewing on some hard tack or reading a letter from home.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor event and as such the ground upon which you will walk and view the battles will be open fields on a farm. The ground may be uneven or generally of a farm nature. Be smart and dress appropriately. Cool materials, hats, sunscreen and shoes will be items that prove most useful. Nothing worse than getting ants on your feet or a little momento of the horses at the event stuck between your toes!

Bottled water will be available for purchase for about the same price as your local convenience store. First Aid Stations will be staged throughout the spectator areas to keep you safe.

There is no fee for parking and no fee for children 12 yrs old and younger.

Come and see us and witness of the most historic battles of the Civil War.

Tickets purchased through this web site will utilize PayPal in order for you to render payment. PayPal is a safe, secure way to make this purchase. PayPal will accept credit cards and electronic check payments.


When you purchase your tickets we will send you an email confirming payment of your receipt. We will mail your tickets to you. Put them in a safe place because they are not replaceable.

Tickets are refundable only in the event that this event is cancelled. The event will take place rain or shine!

SPECTATOR TICKET PRICING

Since the one day adult ticket price is so incredibly cheap we can't really offer special pricing on two day tickets. If you are intent on attending both Saturday and Sunday please purchase a one day adult ticket for each day and come on out and see us!

Children twelve and under will need to be accompanied by an adult and will not require a ticket to enter.

http://www.bluegraygettysburg.com/tickets.html

Sat 29 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Exhibits at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum, 309 Locust Street, Wrightsville &  Burning of the Bridge Diorama, Hellam Street, Wrightsville, PA 17368
Columbia Historic Preservation Society, 19-21 North Second Street, Columbia, PA 17512
Marietta Restoration Association Museum, Waterford Street, Marietta, PA 17547
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Sat 29 Varies per performance & day Theater Dames At Sea

Dames At Sea is a real winner, a little gem of a musical." - New York Times

This flashy musical is a hysterical spoof of 1930s Busby Berkley style movie-musical spectaculars. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 The show tells the story of Ruby, just off the bus from Utah, who in the span of one day falls in love, gets cast as a dancer in a Broadway musical, saves the show by moving it to a Navy ship, takes over for the star, becomes a hit sensation, and gets married, to boot! The role of Ruby in the original production launched the career of Bernadette Peters. Plenty of singing and tap dancing keep this vessel bounding over waves of laughter.

"broadsies the 1930s movie musicals of Busy Berkley with tongue firmly in cheek." - LA Times

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Sat 29 10:30 AM & 1 PM Educational Guided Double Decker Tours Join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour daily June 28-July 7, 2013 at 10:30 AM and 1 PM. Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Sat 29 Check Web Site For More Info 150th Prelude to Gettysburg: The Cashtown Road 150th Anniversary of Lee's Approach to Gettysburg

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

History begins just as it did in 1863, with activities in Cashtown where Gen. A.P. Hill marched Confederate Troops under the direction of General Lee to catch the northern marching Union army. Cashtown, PA
17310
800-337-5015 This three day event will offer tours of historic homes, talks by historians, living historians, a Confederate March, and period music and worship services. Children’s activities will also be offered.

http://www.gettysburgcivilwar150.com/

Sat 29 Check Web Site For Details Educational Guided Double Decker Tours May 18, 2013-September 1, 2013 join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour every Saturday throughout the summer! Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Sat 29 Saturdays; 7:30pm 150th Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital

Candlelight at Christ Church

The program presents live Civil War era music with sing-a-longs, costumed performers reading from the journals of a citizen nurse who served here and and a soldier who was treated in this historic building, and poetry reading that captures the emotion and pathos of this tragic period of our history. Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital - Candlelight at Christ Church

30 Chambersburg Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-5212 A performance brings to life events which occurred in this Civil War hospital when 140 wounded and dying soldiers were sheltered in this beautiful church during and after the Battle of Gettysburg one hundred and fifty years ago. Handicap accessible. Free of charge.

NOTE: No performance July 13.
http://www.candlelightatchrist.org
Sat 29 Check Web Site For Details 150th Eternal Peace Light Memorial Commemoration

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

This special program is sponsored by the Sons of the Union Veterans.   800-337-5015 http://www.gettysburgcivilwar

150.com/default.aspx

Sat 29 Check Web Site For Details 150th 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Hanover Coinciding with the town's 250th anniversary, events are planned to highlight the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hanover which took place on July 2, 1863. Hanover, Pa 637-6130 A parade will be held on June 29 followed by a ceremony on June 30 at Wirt Park. A Calvary demonstration is planned for July 2 at the Sheppard Farm. (See event listing for this specific event at the Sheppard Farm)
 

http://www.hanover2013.com/

Sat 29 6:00pm 150th Sunset Double Decker Bus Tour

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

Join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on our Sunset Double Decker Bus tour! Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 Departing the Gettysburg Tour Center at 6:00pm for a 2 hour tour. Seating is limited so make your reservations today!

http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com

Sat 29 Check Web Site For Details 150th 3 Hour Monuments Tour - Perspective Series

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

A 3 Hour Monuments Tour that is a part of the perspective series at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center
1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA
17325
(877) 874-2478 Call for more information and to make your reservations!

http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com

Sat 29 Check Web Site For Details 150th A Sacred Trust - Gettysburg Perspectives Lecture Series and Book Signing Sponsored by the Gettysburg Foundation and Gettysburg National Military Park, A Sacred Trust: Gettysburg Perspectives brings together renowned authors, historians, National Park Service Rangers and others to share perspectives on the Battle of Gettysburg with members of the public. Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center
1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA
17325
(877) 874-2478 This event is FREE and open to the public.

A schedule of presenters and descriptions of their topics will be posted when finalized

http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org

Sat 29 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sat 29 Check Web Site
150th Event
Corbit's Charge-Union Mills 1863, Living History Encampment The Union Mills Homestead will offer an authentic setting, allowing visitors the opportunity to view military forces encamped at the homestead as they did in June of 1863. The Union Mills Homestead

3311 Littlestown Pike
Westminster, MD 21158

410-848-2288 http://www.unionmills.org
Sun 30 9:00am - 3pm Flea Market Barnyard Fleamarket BarnYard Flea Market offers a family friendly environment for bargain hunting every Saturday and Sunday. We are located at 25 High Street in Cashtown, Pennsylvania just minutes outside of Historic Gettysburg. 1-888-665-3709 Antiques, new & used tools, appliances, homeware, furniture, local produce & unique gifts at bargain prices.

Yard Sale & Flea Market Buyers and Sellers Welcome

This is a must see when you are visiting Gettysburg or a local looking for that special something.

You never know what you might find!

Join us every Saturday and Sunday!

Visit our web site at

www.barnyard-fleamarket.com

to reserve a spot and for more information!

Sun 30 10:30 am Educational 150th Historic 1776 Dobbin House Tours Enjoy a free tour of the oldest, most historic house in Gettysburg, the Dobbin House. Built in 1776 by the Rev. Alexander Dobbin, his stone house spans three centuries of American history, from the Revolutionary War through the Civil War and beyond. Historic 1776 Dobbin House

89 Steinwehr Avenue
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-334-2100 View all the historically decorated rooms while interacting with period antiques to understand how the homes occupants lived during the 18th and 19th centuries.

You'll hear about how the Dobbin family planned to defend themselves from Indian attacks, what the Heck family experienced during the Battle of Gettysburg, and take a peek in the kitchen of the current restaurant.

Offered throughout the year of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this free tour meets at 10:30 am in the Dobbin House gift shop. See or call for specific dates, www.dobbinhouse.com, or 717-334-2100.

Tours will be offered May 25-27, Saturdays in June, as well as June 23 and 25-30. July 1-7; 9-14; 17-19, 21, 23-28 and July 30-31. Tours will be available Tuesdays through Sundays in August with the exception of Wednesday August 20. Tours will take place every weekend September and October, with the exception of October 12. Tours will be offered November 2, 9, 16-19, and 22-24.

Sun 30 Check Web Site
150th Event
Living History Weekends on the Battlefield Experience ranger programs & walks, campfire programs, living history & events that assist in preserving & interpreting the Gettysburg Battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Suite 100
Gettysburg, PA 17325

717-339-2161 http://www.nps.gov/gett
Sun 30 Check Web Site For Details Living History Civil War 150 River Towns - A PRELUDE TO GETTYSBURG
Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville, PA
Walking Tours of Wrightsville Columbia, Marietta & Wrightsville
Pa
(717) 684-2489
For updated information check out our Facebook page


http://www.facebook.com/

civilwar150rivertowns

Sun 30 Varies per performance & day Theater Dames At Sea

Dames At Sea is a real winner, a little gem of a musical." - New York Times

This flashy musical is a hysterical spoof of 1930s Busby Berkley style movie-musical spectaculars. Totem Pole Playhouse

9555 Golf Course Road
Fayetteville, PA

717-352-2164 The show tells the story of Ruby, just off the bus from Utah, who in the span of one day falls in love, gets cast as a dancer in a Broadway musical, saves the show by moving it to a Navy ship, takes over for the star, becomes a hit sensation, and gets married, to boot! The role of Ruby in the original production launched the career of Bernadette Peters. Plenty of singing and tap dancing keep this vessel bounding over waves of laughter.

"broadsies the 1930s movie musicals of Busy Berkley with tongue firmly in cheek." - LA Times

http://www.TotemPolePlayhouse.org

Sun 30 150th   The Blue Gray Alliance 150th Gettysburg Reenactment Bring the entire family out and witness history recreated right in front of your eyes. Watch as thousands of reenactors from all across this county and a number of foreign countries retrace the footsteps and the epic struggles seen here 150 years ago. Join with the reenacting community as we honor the history that shaped this great nation and our ancestors who were there when it happened.

Please bring your lawn chair or a blanket for viewing the battles, no grandstands will be provided.

SHOP!!!!!
Come early and spend the day. Browse a period shopping mall where folks referred to as Sutlers sell their wares. Find uniforms, leather goods, women's apparel, books, candle lanterns, camp furniture, saddles, buttons, combs, footwear and just about any other item you can imagine from this period of our nations history.

Event address: 1845 Pumping Station Rd, Gettysburg, PA. 17325  
LISTEN AND LEARN!!!!!
Guest speakers will impart their historically accurate knowledge on various topics throughout the day beneath the Activities Tent.


SATISFY YOUR HUNGER!!!!
Local Food vendors will be on site serving a variety of foods.

Take a stroll between the battles and visit the encampments of the soldiers and civilians of this time period. If you can get past the pickets with the correct countersign you may just get to see some fellas boiling a cup of coffee, chewing on some hard tack or reading a letter from home.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor event and as such the ground upon which you will walk and view the battles will be open fields on a farm. The ground may be uneven or generally of a farm nature. Be smart and dress appropriately. Cool materials, hats, sunscreen and shoes will be items that prove most useful. Nothing worse than getting ants on your feet or a little momento of the horses at the event stuck between your toes!

Bottled water will be available for purchase for about the same price as your local convenience store. First Aid Stations will be staged throughout the spectator areas to keep you safe.

There is no fee for parking and no fee for children 12 yrs old and younger.

Come and see us and witness of the most historic battles of the Civil War.

Tickets purchased through this web site will utilize PayPal in order for you to render payment. PayPal is a safe, secure way to make this purchase. PayPal will accept credit cards and electronic check payments.


When you purchase your tickets we will send you an email confirming payment of your receipt. We will mail your tickets to you. Put them in a safe place because they are not replaceable.

Tickets are refundable only in the event that this event is cancelled. The event will take place rain or shine!

SPECTATOR TICKET PRICING

Since the one day adult ticket price is so incredibly cheap we can't really offer special pricing on two day tickets. If you are intent on attending both Saturday and Sunday please purchase a one day adult ticket for each day and come on out and see us!

Children twelve and under will need to be accompanied by an adult and will not require a ticket to enter.

http://www.bluegraygettysburg.com/tickets.html

Sun 30 10:30 AM & 1 PM Educational Guided Double Decker Tours Join Gettysburg Battlefield Tours on the famous Guided Double Decker Tour daily June 28-July 7, 2013 at 10:30 AM and 1 PM. Gettysburg Battlefield Bus Tours

778 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

1-877-680-8687 http://www.gettysburgbattlefieldtours.com
Sun 30 Check Web Site For More Info 150th Prelude to Gettysburg: The Cashtown Road 150th Anniversary of Lee's Approach to Gettysburg

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

History begins just as it did in 1863, with activities in Cashtown where Gen. A.P. Hill marched Confederate Troops under the direction of General Lee to catch the northern marching Union army. Cashtown, PA
17310
800-337-5015 This three day event will offer tours of historic homes, talks by historians, living historians, a Confederate March, and period music and worship services. Children’s activities will also be offered.

http://www.gettysburgcivilwar150.com/

Sun 30 Check Web Site For Details 150th 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Hanover Coinciding with the town's 250th anniversary, events are planned to highlight the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Hanover which took place on July 2, 1863. Hanover, Pa 637-6130 A parade will be held on June 29 followed by a ceremony on June 30 at Wirt Park. A Calvary demonstration is planned for July 2 at the Sheppard Farm. (See event listing for this specific event at the Sheppard Farm)
 

http://www.hanover2013.com/

Sun 30 Check Web Site For Details 150th A Sacred Trust - Gettysburg Perspectives Lecture Series and Book Signing Sponsored by the Gettysburg Foundation and Gettysburg National Military Park, A Sacred Trust: Gettysburg Perspectives brings together renowned authors, historians, National Park Service Rangers and others to share perspectives on the Battle of Gettysburg with members of the public. Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center
1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA
17325
(877) 874-2478 This event is FREE and open to the public.

A schedule of presenters and descriptions of their topics will be posted when finalized

http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org

Sun 30 Check Web Site For Details 150th Confederate Triage - A Living History Event

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

Experience this Confederate field hospital at the site of the historic Daniel Lady Farm. Gettysburg, PA
17325
800-337-5015 Demonstrations will include pill making during the 1860s, minor surgery such as bullet extraction, interactive programs, "brain surgery", amputations, medical paperwork and presentations on medical instruments. Camps will be set up throughout the week and Infantry and Infirmary Corps will perform drills.

http://www.gettysburgcivilwar150.com/default.aspx

Sun 30 Check Web Site For Details 150th "Gettysburg: A New Birth of Freedom" Commemorative Ceremony

Gettysburg 150 - A Reflection of History Event

This evening event will include music, a keynote address, and "Voices of History," a dramatic reading of eye witness accounts written by soldiers and citizens swept into the events of the battle and its tragic aftermath. Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center
1195 Baltimore Pike
Gettysburg, PA
17325
717-334-1124 The ceremony will end with a procession where participants and the public are invited to walk through the Soldiers’ National Cemetery at Gettysburg to see luminaries marking each of the more than 3,500 graves of soldiers killed in the Battle of Gettysburg. The ceremony is sponsored by Gettysburg National Military Park and the Gettysburg Foundation.

http://www.nps.gov/gett

Sun 30 Check Web Site
150th Event
Corbit's Charge-Union Mills 1863, Living History Encampment The Union Mills Homestead will offer an authentic setting, allowing visitors the opportunity to view military forces encamped at the homestead as they did in June of 1863. The Union Mills Homestead

3311 Littlestown Pike
Westminster, MD 21158

410-848-2288 http://www.unionmills.org
Sun 30 Check Web Site 150th Event War Meets Compassion, The Confederate Field Hospital Experience this Confederate field hospital at the site of the historic Daniel Lady Farm The Daniel Lady Farm
986 Hanover Road
Gettysburg, PA
17325
407-575-2355 Demonstrations will include pill making during the 1860s, minor surgery such as bullet extraction, interactive programs, "brain surgery", amputations, medical paperwork and presentations on medical instruments. Camps will be set up throughout the week and Infantry and Infirmary Corps will perform drills.

For more information visit our website

http://www.gbpa.org/index.html

 

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