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January 2017

$15.00


Plaza Suite by Neil Simon

January 13 @ 8:00 pmJanuary 28 @ 10:30 pm

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Little Theatre of Mechancisburg,

915 South York Street

Mechanicsburg,

17055


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Plaza Suite is a three act play written by award winning playwright Neil Simon. This play tells the stories of three different couples who stay in the same suite on different days in New York’s famed Plaza Hotel. The play runs Friday, January 13, 20, 29; Saturday, January 14, 21, and 28, all evening performances begin at 8:00. Sunday matinees will begin at 2:30 on January 22 and 29

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$10


Rumplestiltskin

January 14 @ 11:00 amFebruary 25 @ 11:00 am

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Every Saturday @ 11 AM

Lancaster Marionette Theatre,

126 N. Water ST

Lancaster,

17603


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The tale begins when the miller brags to the king that his beautiful daughter can spin straw into gold. The king brings the daughter into the palace and orders her to perform this feat. Unable to do so, as the daughter is bewailing her fate, a droll-looking man enters the scene and the intrigue begins. Performed and written by Artistic Director Robert Brock with intricate marionettes he created. FREE tours of the John Durang Puppet Museum, Marionette Workshop and Back…

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Free


Brenda Wintermyer Art Exhibition

January 15 @ 8:00 amFebruary 11 @ 5:00 pm

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York Art Association,

220 South Marshall Street

York,

17402


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One of York’s most sought after artists, Brenda Wintermyer, will be the featured artist in the Nancy M. Woodward gallery at York Art Association. The opening reception will be held Sunday, January 15 from 2pm to 4pm. Known for her vibrant colors and energetic brushstrokes, Brenda boldly paints our world in luscious colors and interesting aspects. Don’t miss this exciting exhibition of an artist that has been called “unpredictable, unexpected, and uncompromising.” York Art Association would like to thank York…

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Free


Hank Willis Thomas: Unbranded: A Century of White Women 1915-2015

January 16 @ 9:00 amFebruary 18 @ 4:00 pm

York College of Pennsylvania,

441 Country Club Road

York,

17403


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Unbranded: A Century of White Women 1915 – 2015 (Part 1) January 16 – February 18, 2017 York College Galleries (Main Campus) Lecture: Thursday, February 9, 5:30 p.m., DeMeester Recital Hall Reception: Thursday, February 9, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., Wolf Hall Unbranded: A Century of White Women 1915 – 2015 (Part 2) Unbranded: Reflections in Black by Corporate America 1968 – 2008 February 3 – March 11, 2017 Marketview Arts (Downtown York) Reception: Friday, February 3, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.,…

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Free


Day of Listening

January 17 @ 2:00 pm6:30 pm

Fredricksen Library,

100 N. 19th Street

Camp Hill,

17011


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Everyone has a story, every story deserves to be heard, and we want to listen. If you’d like to share your story, sign up for a 45-minute time slot and have a one-on-one interview with a loved one or someone we provide. Using the Storycorps app, we will then upload your interview to the national archives of the Library of Congress, if you so choose.

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Free


Losing a Loved One to Alzheimer’s: A Daughters Dilemma

January 17 @ 7:00 pm8:00 pm

Emmaus Road Cafe,

1886 Lincoln Highway East

Lancaster,

17602


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The experience of losing a loved one to Alzheimer’s Disease will be explored at Lifetree Café on Tuesday, January 17 at 7:00pm. The program, titled, “Losing a Loved One to Alzheimer’s: A Daughters Dilemma,” features a screening of the award-winning short film The Isle of Capri, a film documenting the challenges faced by a daughter who lost her mother to Alzheimer’s. “This program provides current information about Alzheimer’s as well as a place for caregivers serving loved ones with Alzheimer’s…

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Free


Winter Reading Club 2017: Food for Thought

January 18

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Adults, ages 18 and older, can join The Library’s 2017 Winter Reading Club: Food for Thought, for an opportunity to feed their mind this winter. Starting January 3, reading club participants who keep a paper log of eight books, DVDs, audiobooks, eBooks or other library items they have completed will receive a free paperback book or cook book when they turn in their reading log beginning March 1. Reading logs can be turned in until March 31 to receive a…

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Free


Huge January Book Lovers Sale at EBACC

January 18

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East Berlin Area Community Center (EBACC),

405 North Avenue

East Berlin,

17316


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Book lovers will be treated to a mid-winter book sale at the East Berlin Area Community Center. There are thousands of books, so mark your calendars. The sale will be from Wednesday, January 18th through Saturday, January 28th at the EBACC facility located at 405 North Street, East Berlin, PA. The event starts on Wednesday, January 18th with book prices at $2.00 for Adult Hardcover, $1.00 for paperbacks. On Thursday January 19th through Monday January 23rd, book prices are $1.00…

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$35


How May I Help You? What Journalists Want from Communication Professionals

January 18 @ 5:30 pm7:30 pm

Radisson Penn Harris,

1150 Camp Hill Bypass

Camp Hill,

17011


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As communication professionals, we know that our jobs encompass more than working with the media to generate positive coverage for our employers and clients. But when we do have news to share with the public, our jobs would be infinitely easier if we could read the minds of the journalists we work with. Join us on January 18, 2017, as PennLive’s Stephanie Sadowski, and Central Penn Busines Journal’s Joel Berg share their insight on what we as communication professionals can…

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$60


Piccante: hot, hot, hot! Cooking Class

January 18 @ 6:00 pm9:00 pm

Caputo Brothers Creamery,

245 N. Main Street

Spring Grove,

17362


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Just in time to warm you up during the cold winter months, come spend an evening with us as we study some HEAT! We’ll discuss the use of peperoncino in Italian cuisine, especially focusing on how prominently it’s featured in cuisine from the Calabrian region. From its use in cheeses, cured meats and even pasta dishes, you will come to appreciate the different levels of heat and how it can enhance your food.

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