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Updated: June 29, 2015 6:55:01 PM EDT
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CHAMBERSBURG >> Come to downtown Chambersburg Friday evening to get a jump start on your Fourth of July holiday weekend by sipping your way across town.   more
 
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WAYNESBORO >> Renfrew Museum and Park, 1010 E. Main St., Waynesboro, on July 2 will host the U.S. Navy Band's official chorus, The Sea Chanters. The band will perform a free 7 p.   more
 
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CAMP HILL >> George Weigel, central Pennsylvania's garden writer and Cumberland County Penn State Extension Master Gardener, on July 11 will offer two fun and informative presentations about using native plants in your garden.   more
 
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WAYNESBORO >> What attracts you to a festival — making a mad-dash run first thing in the morning, catching some cash, downing hot dogs with al the fixin's or watching fireworks?   more
 
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GETTYSBURG >> A patriotic concert and program on July 4 at Gettysburg College will include a fireworks display. The Patriotic Pops Concert will begin at 8:30 p.   more
 
Robyn Fisher For The Evening Sun
The Hanover Little Theatre will present three plays and one musical for its 2015-16 season, starting in September, according to a release.   more
 
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The Parliament Arts Organization will host the first "Bandit Bazaar" on East King Street in downtown York from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Dec. 5, according to a news release.   more
 
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The July 3 First Friday in York is about all-things American as business set out to show their most patriotic products and country-loving activities. From tips for summer skincare to grilling accessories, this First Friday will kick off Fourth of July weekend in style.   more
 
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In July 1863 Hettie Shriver was 24 years old with two young daughters when more than 170,000 soldiers descended upon her home town to engage in one of the bloodiest battles to take place on American soil.   more
 
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Two months ago, five Dover Area High School graduates were your average group of friends. They hung out at local coffee shops, went hiking, painted together and even lived together at some point or another since graduating high school about eight years ago.   more
 
If temperatures rise for the Fourth of July, the holiday may find many residents in the local state parks, where the cool mountain breezes and shaded lawns are cooler.   more
 
 
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