5 things to do in York this weekend, April 15-17
From food and beer to live music and games, York has it all this weekend.
Here are five events you won't want to miss in the area.
Play classic games at York's new arcade
Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Space Invaders – all your old favorites are ready for you to play at York's new Timeline Arcade. The arcade – which is home to 50 to 60 classic arcade games, including several pinball machines – will open its doors for the first time on Friday. Weekend hours are 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday and noon to midnight on Sunday.
Become an extra in a film about TMI
Want to be featured in a movie about the 1979 Three Mile Island accident? Now's your chance. Come to BrewVino, a downtown York pizza joint, dressed in your best 1979 attire at 3 p.m. Saturday to be considered as an extra in the upcoming feature film, "Meltdown." The film launch party will also include pizza, beer, a screening of the film's proof-of-concept trailer and meet-and-greets with the filmmaker and TMI survivors. Click the link below for more details.
Go to a bluegrass concert
Gary Alan Ferguson and Gary Gene Ferguson not only share a first and last name, but a taste for the Americana and bluegrass music they play. See Ferguson & Ferguson at 8 p.m. Saturday at their first performance at The Wagon Shed in New Freedom as a duo.
Eat up at the Jewish Food Festival
The York Jewish Community Center will turn into a kosher deli from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Expect a menu filled with traditional dishes and desserts from beef brisket to black and white cookies. Can't make it? Click here to learn how to make good Jewish strudel at home.
Do a brewery tour
It wasn't easy, but we managed to rank the top 10 brewery tours – from Stoudts to Tröegs – within a short drive from York. Take a look and start planning your next beer-filled day trip.