From live music to movies to shopping, here are six things to do in York County this weekend.
Get a jump on your holiday shopping in downtown York as local businesses and restaurants host a Holiday Open House for First Friday. Participating downtown locations will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. and offer special deals and activities. Click here for the highlights.
Walk A Mile In Her Shoes
If you're headed downtown Friday night, watch out for men in heels. YWCA York is inviting men and women of all ages to walk a mile around downtown York wearing high heels to raise awareness of domestic violence. Get details here.
Classical music fused with hip hop is what you'll hear when this Florida-based duo takes the stage at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center Friday night. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Get details here.
"Hex Hollow: Witchcraft and Murder in Pennsylvania"
Ticket holders will have the opportunity to see an advanced screening of this documentary, made by a filmmaker with York County roots, at the Capitol Theatre on Saturday. The film will tell the story of York County's Hex Murder of Nov. 28, 1928 and what followed in the years after. All three screenings are currently sold out, but guests can add their name to a waiting list here.
The Roastmaster General Jeff Ross will send the insults flying as he roasts members of the audience at Penn State York's Pullo Center Saturday. Ross said he has already started working on a few jokes about the Nittany Lion and said he has plenty more to come about Penn State York's campus, the presidential elections and more. Get details here.
Best Kept Secrets Tour
This weekend is your chance to discover York County's best kept secrets and maybe get a little holiday shopping done in the process. Tour participants will travel to 27 businesses throughout the county, which feature locally made crafts, farm-fresh items, themed Christmas trees, vintage and consignment clothing and jewelry, wine tastings and more. Get details here.