Each week, some York County locals share what they are doing this weekend. Some favor art, theater, craft beer, wine or music. Some simply like finding something different to do each week. Whatever your interest, see what they're up to this weekend in January - it might help you plan your Friday or Saturday night.
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J.J. Sheffer, music lover: On Saturday, I will attend one of my most beloved annual events: the Jazz Vespers service at First Presbyterian Church, honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Jeff Stabley puts together an awesome roster of jazz musicians for a fantastic night of music in a beautiful venue. This year's line-up includes Chris Bacas, Tim Warfield, Ron Waters, Bob Meashey, Kirk Reese, Steve Meashey, and many others. Starts at 7 p.m. Don't be late, because this is always a standing room-only event. Free will offering will be collected.
Jeff Gochoco, sports fan: This Saturday, I will be watching my Steelers in its Wildcard Playoff game with other local Steelers fans. I do want to mention that I was previously committed to seeing the Sabrina Duke Trio at Victor's, Saturday, but we got into the playoffs! Her show starts at 8:30 p.m.
Lyn Bergdoll, usually at the theater: I am very excited to share the history of York County with visiting friends by taking them to the Agricultural Industrial Museum (open 10 a.m.-4 p.m.) and the York County Historical Trust Museum (open 9 a.m.-5 p.m.). Both are open on Saturday.