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 week in September, I mean, October (it's October already?!) - it might help you plan your Friday or Saturday night.

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JJ Sheffer (music lover): I'll be attending the Red Lion Sound Spectacular at Red Lion Area Senior High School on Saturday evening. The event will feature about a dozen high school marching bands.

Mel Conrad (caricature artist): Friday night at 9:30, I'll be listening to Groove Jones at The Cove on George Street.

Todd Fogdall (new to York): In celebration of our daughter's birthday, the Fogdalls are heading to our nation's capital and one of her favorite places, the National Museum of Natural History.

Mary Yeaple (parade lady): On Sunday, there is a fantastic Susquehanna Folk Music Society concert at Fort Hunter in Harrisburg with three phenomenal Irish musicians: John Doyle, Nuala Kennedy and Eamon O'Leary.

Rita King (usually found in Royal Square): Saturday evening, I am going to listen to some local music at Brenns Pub. Starting at 9 p.m. they will be featuring The Shake Up,.Stupyd Cow and the Last Pariahs. Information can be found at The Shake Up's Facebook page.

Kara Gonzales (York College student): This weekend I will be hitting the town for First Friday, which I am very excited for because it is Halloween themed! Of course I will stop by all of the other amazing spots down town, like Royal Square, The Rooted, and for dinner I always go to Healthy World Cafe for fresh food and live entertainment.

Lyn Bergdoll (theater lady): This weekend, I'm visiting Brown's Orchards and Farm Market. Their fruits are so delicious, and their baked goods are absolutely the best!

Meagan Feeser (usually downtown): On Sunday I'll be attending the now-sold-out Farm to City Dinner to benefit York Buy Fresh Buy Local. Dinner right in the middle of North Beaver Street!

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