It's time for the annual Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. Our internationally acclaimed festival hosts bands and fans from around the world! Be a part of Granite Hill's Bluegrass Festival history and call for tickets today. You will enjoy four days of live music on two stages and informative workshops.In addition to the main stage performances, an extensive Workshop Stage schedule is planned for Thursday through Saturday, hosted by Mike and Gay Henderson. The workshop stage presents a wide variety of informative workshops and learning sessions presented by favorite performers in an up-close informal setting.Tickets and festival camping packages for the event can be purchased in advance at a reduced price. For more information, visit www.gettysburgbluegrass.com or call 800-642-8368.
Head just Southeast of historic Gettysburg to Littlestown, PA for live music, food, crafts and, of course, wine! Local wineries are coming together to offer you a tasting event to remember. The event benefits community non-profit organizations. Ticket prices each day:
15 years and under – no charge
16 years - 20 years - $10
21 years and older - $10 (not including tasting)
$20 at gate – includes tasting
$15 in advance - includes tasting
*Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No exceptions.Tickets can be purchased at local businesses - list to come.Proper photo ID is required. No pets, weapons or outside food on the grounds. Chairs, portable tents and blankets are welcome.
The Gettysburg Joint Veterans Memorial Day Commission would like to announce the date for the Annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony in Gettysburg. This is a great way to remember and honor those men and women who died while serving our country. The Annual Gettysburg Memorial Day parade and ceremony is one of the oldest continuing ceremonies in the country. The Memorial Day Parade will begin at 2pm at Lefever Street in Gettysburg and head northeast to Middle Street; turn west on East Middle Street and south on Baltimore Street to the Soldiers' National Cemetery. The Memorial Day Ceremony will take place at 3pm at the Rostrum in the Soldiers' National Cemetery. This year's keynote speaker is Retired Major General Gale Pollock. A continual learner, General Pollock became a certified nurse anesthetist soon after her graduation from the University of Maryland. She has a Master's degree in Business, a Master's degree in Healthcare Administration and a Master's degree in National Security and Strategy. She received an honorary doctorate from the University of Maryland. While in the Army, she served as the Commander of the US Army Medical Command and the Acting Surgeon General of the Army (the first woman, non-physician to have this role in any of the military services). General Pollock was the 22nd Chief of the Army Nurse Corps. Challenged by Senator Inouye to address the needs of the “blinded troopers” her passion became serving the vision impaired community. In 2008, she established the Louis J. Fox Center for Vision Restoration and was an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh Schools of Medicine and Nursing. In 2011, General Pollock became a Harvard University Fellow in their “Advanced Leadership Initiative” program. General Pollock serves on multiple advisory boards and is the owner of Pollock Associates, LLC. General Pollock established Elevivo, a software education platform addressing the needs of the visually impaired. She is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, the American Academy of Nursing and the National Board of Corporate Directors. Her passion is improving the quality of lives of those with vision loss.
Fresh Strawberry Sundaes, Strawberry Pies, Strawberries n' Shortcake, strawberry activities for the kids…it's ALL strawberries, all weekend! Also featuring live music. Hope to see you here!For nearly 60 years, the Hollabaugh family has been living up to their trademark: Generations Growing For You! We welcome the chance to offer you a “taste” of the country and our high quality fruit products!
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