Saturday evening, enjoy the historical story telling of Myra Reichart. Local Events:
August 15-18: Gettysburg Blue Grass Festival
Internationally acclaimed bluegrass festival in Gettysburg! Four days of music on two stages, informative workshops, All-Star jam, Bluegrass Academy for kids, food, merchandise and arts & crafts vendors
LOCATION: Granite Hill Campground, 3340 Fairfield Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325
CALL: 1.800.642.TENT for information!
Gettysburg Brew Fest
The Gettysburg Brew Fest is a 3.5 hour unlimited sampling experience for craft beer (and hard cider) aficionados.The Brew Fest is a production of BrewFest Partners and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg (the non-profit beneficiary of the event and the event host).
Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary
61 Seminary Ridge
Gettysburg , PA 17325https://gettysburgbrewfest.com/
Enjoy musical entertainment by Men & Machine! Local Events:
One Hundred Nights of Taps
The notes of Taps will fill the air in Gettysburg every evening this summer as the famous 24-note call is sounded in honor of those who have served our nation.
Soldiers' National Cemetery
717-334-1124 ext. 80August 22-25
Corvettes at Carlisle
The largest and most fun-filled Corvette event in the world, the annual Corvettes at Carlisle event features more than 5,000 Corvettes representing all generations of America's classic sports car. Corvette enthusiasm is contagious with participation in autocross, burnouts and the parade through historic downtown Carlisle.http://www.carlisleevents.com/carlisle-events/corvettes-at-carlisle/default.aspx
End the summer with a fun-filled weekend . Kyle Peron will entertain everyone with magic. Listen to Roll the Dice 2 on Labor Day! Make sure to enjoy one last dip in our pool for we will be closing it for the season. Local Events:
One Hundred Nights of Taps
The notes of Taps will fill the air in honor of those who have served our nation. The public is cordially invited to attend any evening performance. For more information and to sign up to perform visit: www.tapsbugler.com/100-nights-of-taps/
Come and sample a variety of wines and get a taste of the local wineries.
Local Events: September 20 – 22: World War II Weekend
"Living history volunteers will present programs on World War II medical services, weapons and equipment World War II living history weekend at the Eisenhower National Historic Site with authentic recreations of Allied and German army camps, complete with original World War II vehicles. Several hundred living history enthusiasts from over forty organizations will portray military personnel from the European Theater in 1944, communications, military vehicles, and the life of the common soldier. Dozens of World War II jeeps and trucks will be displayed and mock Army Air Force bomber squadron mission briefing reenacted. Throughout the weekend, WWII veterans will share their experiences in the European and Pacific Theaters."https://www.nps.gov/eise/index.htmSeptember 21 -22Fall Farm SkirmishThe Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association will be presenting its second annual Fall Farm Skirmish on hallowed ground at the Historic Daniel Lady Farm.The Live Action and Living History program will include a reenactment of Antietam's "Bloody Lane" Battle as well as several other battles and a cavalry skirmish during the two-day program. Tour the Barn turned hospital, where wounded soldiers retreated from the battle of Culp's Hill and left (their mark) still visible today. See the house of the Lady family that comforted their officers, but left the "stains" of devastation behind for them to contend with when they returned home after the battle. Live action events, living history displays and demonstrations and a food tent
Enjoy a "Folk Musicale" with Tom Jolin on Saturday evening. He will entertain you and take you back in time through his music. Local Events:September 28:Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show“More than 120 antique dealers and collectors from the North and the South will converge in Gettysburg. Sprawling out from Gettysburg's historic Lincoln Square, the antique event is billed as a “buyers and sellers” paradise, with high quality antiques and collectibles.”http://www.gettysburgretailmerchants.com/antique-shows.html September 27 - 29: Pippinfest
Pippinfest is a 2 day event being held from 28th September to the 29th September 2019 in Fairfield, PA. This event showcases products like Professional Artists &Craft exhibition, Food, Music, Drive-In Car Show & Swap Meet, Self-Guided Walking Tours, Quilt Show, Pippinfest Pottery Display and much more etc. in the Consumer & Carnivals industry.
Local Events:September 28:Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show“More than 120 antique dealers and collectors from the North and the South will converge in Gettysburg. Sprawling out from Gettysburg's historic Lincoln Square, the antique event is billed as a “buyers and sellers” paradise, with high quality antiques and collectibles.”http://www.gettysburgretailmerchants.com/antique-shows.html
September 27 - 29: Pippinfest
Join us for our popular mix of crafts and games. Site decorating contest and trick-or-treat parade. Friday night their will be Ghost Stories with Nancy. Saturday DJ Spin Doctor will be spinning the tunes at our Halloween party.
10/19 & 10/20
Back from the Dead Cemetery Walk
“An engaging and inspiring dramatization in which martyrs, saints and others “come to life”, telling their stories of faith, hope & charity.” It takes place in St. Joseph's Cemetery at The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton.in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Recommended for ages 14 and up.
September 7-8 Gettysburg Wine & Music Festival: Where North meets South, let's drink wine! Enjoy a fall weekend at central PA's premier wine event. Sample and purchase wine from 27 Pennsylvania wineries, take in offerings from more than 50 food and craft vendors and dance to the region's best live music. This event is sponsored by the Gettysburg Adams Chamber of Commerce and will be held at the Gateway Gettysburg Complex at 95 Presidential Circle in Gettysburg.
The Adams County Heritage Festival is a celebration of ethnic music, food, and crafts that reflects the multicultural atmosphere of Adams County, Pennsylvania. It is a way of sharing our various traditions and appreciating the best that each ethnic group has to offer, as well as a commitment to community and the goal of living together in harmony.
Family-oriented entertainment includes music, dance, and a children's play, as well as a full afternoon of children's activities, including games, storytelling and pinatas. Continuously throughout the afternoon, craft vendors and demonstrators have displays in booths on the park grounds. Ethnic foods are offered for sale by local citizens, church groups, restaurateurs and community organizations. Local non-profit organizations have display booths, usually grouped in tents. Carriage and pony rides are offered by a local vendor
Gettysburg Area Recreation Park - 545 Long Lane, Gettysburg, PA 17325
Don't miss the live entertainment, arts & crafts vendors, farm displays, antique farm equipment, classic cars, steam engines, antique cider press, orchard tours, pony rides, a petting zoo and more! Be sure to sample all the great food. Takes place rain or shine-wear your comfy shoes for a day of fun. The festival is held the first and second weekend of October from 8 am to 6 pm each day. Parking is included in the cost of admission. (717-677-9413) www.appleharvest.com Also enjoy musical entertainment by "Take Two" on the campground Saturday evening.October 2 - 6
Fall CarlisleFall Carlisle – a collector and classic car swap meet, car corral and auction – is the next to last event of the calendar year for Carlisle Events and marks the end of the Carlisle based show and swap meet season. The event has been featured on the Fox News program, Fox and Friends and plays host to thousands of collector and classic automotive enthusiasts, all looking for a way to keep themselves busy during the winter months with the hopes of avoiding any type of cabin fever chaos.
Harvest time is celebrated in this old time festival held at the South Mountain Fairgrounds. Don't miss the live entertainment, over 300 arts & crafts vendors,, farm displays, antique farm equipment, antique and classic cars, steam engines, antique cider press, orchard tours, pony rides, a petting zoo and so much more! Be sure to sample all the great food. This event takes place rain or shine-wear your comfy shoes for a day of fun. The festival is held the first and second weekend of October from 8 am to 6 pm each day. Parking is included in the cost of admission. (717-677-9413) www.appleharvest.com Also enjoy musical entertainment by "The Willy's" on the campground Saturday evening.