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Events for December 11, 2017 › Concerts & Performances
Emotions, Relationships, Well-Being: RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED! My name is Dr. Andrew Bland. I am a professor in the Psychology Dept. at Millersville University in Lancaster Co., PA. I am seeking up to 500 individuals (age 18+) to complete an online questionnaire on how their emotions and relationships relate to their well-being. It should take youFind out more »
Inspired by warm memories of family Christmases together, Home for the Holidays celebrates the joys and merriment of spending the holidays with the ones we love. This live, musical experience will feature some of your favorite sacred and secular holiday songs, superb musical arrangements, outstanding singing and dancing, and the incredible AMT Orchestra.Find out more »
Walk through our illuminated park grounds, enjoying this seasonal event with family and friends at beautiful Gring's Mill Park. Warm up in the barn with live entertainment, visits from Santa, enjoy an HO Scale model railroad display and refreshments. There is a $5 parking fee, but admission is free. Event is Wednesday - Sunday evenings,Find out more »
The Wizard of Oz was first turned into a musical extravaganza by L. Frank Baum himself. A loose adaptation of Baum's 1900 novel (there is no Wicked Witch or Toto, and there are some new characters), it first played in Chicago in 1902 and was a success on Broadway the following year. It then touredFind out more »
Get into the holiday spirit with a relaxing evening of carols and holiday music. We welcome Louis Lynch (harpist) and the First UMC Handbell Choir, who will delight your senses with a variety of music to soothe and rest your soul. Sit and enjoy the concert while sipping hot apple cider and nibbling on homemadeFind out more »
Student Piano Recital: Preludes and Fugues Monday, December 11, 2017, 7:30 p.m. DeMeester Recital Hall, Wolf Hall The prelude has long been one of the most adaptable of musical genres. While preludes frequently serve as introductions to more substantial works (such as the fugues of Bach and Shostakovich), many composers – Chopin, Debussy, and Rachmaninoff,Find out more »