Welcome to WITF’s Local Events Calendar!
Wednesday, August 14 at 6PM Join us to hum and strum! No experience with either? No problem! We will have easy songs selected to display. We will have ukuleles available for people to borrow. This program is open to everyone, whether coming to play or sing or just check it out.Find out more »
Hum and Strum Monday, August 26 at 1:30PM and Wednesday, September 11 at 6PM Join us to hum and strum! No experience with either? No problem! We will have easy songs ready for you. We will have ukes available for people to borrow. This program is open to everyone, whether coming to play or sing or just check it out.Find out more »
Come and join us as Nancy Walker & Jef Savage take us on a Grand Tour of different countries as we explore their most popular Folk Dances, Music, Food, Art, Tourism, Geography, Climate, Government, Currency, Languages, Education, Holidays & Famous People. This is a participative dance program. This is a FREE program. Participants are encouraged to make reservations as soon as possible. Walk-ins are welcome, registering is greatly appreciated so that our professional instructors can provide you with the best…Find out more »
Poetry of Rumi Celebrating Love, Light and Life Presented by: Maxine Salima Adelstein, President of the University of Sufism, Spiritual Director at the Farm of Peace, Warfordsburg, PA October 8, 2019 at 6pm at the Fulton County Library Rumi, the 13th century mystic poet was truly one of the most passionate and profound poets in history. Even today, his presence remains strong. He is still one of the best-selling poets in the United States of America. He is described as…Find out more »
Soil is Life Soil Health Discussion We can’t live without it! How can we take care of it? Whether you are a farmer, backyard gardener, or soil lover, you will learn what makes soil thrive and how you can make that happen. Join Greg Reineke from the Fulton County Conservation District as he leads us in a conversation about soil, its complexities, how we can help take care of it. From carbon capture to mulching, there’s a lot to discuss.…Find out more »
November 6, 6:30 pm at the Fulton County Library Though a very small country, Denmark is a real agricultural powerhouse. Come and hear what they do - and how they do it - from Troels Vensild, a specialist on agriculture at Denmark's embassy in Washington, DC. Learn about some innovative practices that we could readily apply to our own agricultural system as we look towards the future of farming in this country.Find out more »
Climate Change Talk Wednesday, December 11 at 6:30 at the Fulton County Library Join us to learn more about climate change and what we can do about it. This event consist of a presentation by Zig Herzog, leader of the Chambersburg Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby, followed by a Q&A session. This is a joint venture of the Fulton County Library and the Fulton County Environmental Action Group. With a background in Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear engineering, Zig came to…Find out more »