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Amish Buggy Doing Donuts in the Snow

Here is a short video of an Amish buggy doing donuts in a snow-covered parking lot. I’ve seen cars do this before, but never an Amish buggy. He almost gets up on two wheels at one point.   Our Most Popular Amish-Related Pages: The Amish and the Plain People Amish Attractions in Lancaster County Amish […]

Lancaster Ranked in Top Ten for Women-Owned Businesses

Lancaster, PA Ranks Well for Women-Owned Businesses Lancaster has once again ranked high in a national survey of metropolitan areas, this time for women-owned businesses. Out of 289 metro areas analyzed, Lancaster ranked #10. The United States has just over 9 million women-owned businesses that generate almost $1.5 trillion in annual revenue. These figures are from […]

The Target is Set for the Lancaster Archery Classic

Set Your Sights on Their 12th Annual Tournament The annual Lancaster Archery Classic archery tournament will be back for its 2015 edition January 16-18. There will be over $75,000 in prizes, including $10,000 for first place in the Men’s Open Pro. There are 12 men’s, women’s, and youth divisions. This year’s tournament will be held at the […]

January Winter Inventory Sale at George’s Furniture

Enjoy 15-30% off Handcrafted Hardwood Furniture – Come and see masterpieces, built by one craftsman, during a Winter Inventory Sale, with 15% – 30% off at George’s Furniture. Explore two large showrooms full of custom, solid walnut, cherry, oak and maple furniture. Store hours are Monday – Saturday 9-5pm. These sale prices will last through January 31st. […]

Outdoor Christmas Lights Displays In and Around Lancaster County

  Enjoy Local Outdoor Christmas Light Displays Every year many businesses, homes, and towns are decorated for the Christmas season. But some people and businesses knock themselves out with their  outdoor Christmas lights displays. And many of these Christmas displays keep improving year after year, especially as technology gets more sophisticated. There are many outdoor Christmas displays […]

Lancaster PA Selected One of the “10 Best Small Towns for the Holidays”

Lancaster County has made another Top Ten list. This time Lancaster was selected as one of the “10 Best Small Towns for the Holidays”, as determined by The website has selected ten American towns and villages that offer small town celebrations and holiday experiences reminiscent of “It’s a Wonderful Life”, complete with town squares lit up […]

Joy To The World – The 2014 Christmas Show at American Music Theatre

Merry Christmas from the American Music Theatre! The Christmas season gets off to a joyful start with the 2014 Christmas production at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster. Their gorgeous theater is all decked out for Christmas and for this year’s show, which is appropriately called “Joy to the World”. This show has it all […]

Fridays in Lancaster County

Come Join the Friday Celebrations in Lancaster County There’s no excuse for being bored on Friday nights in Lancaster County! Every Friday you’ll find something special happening in Lancaster, Lititz, Mount Joy, or the River Towns. Hundreds of visitors flock to the streets for these special events each week, creating a festive atmosphere. Guests can […]

Lancaster PA July 4th Events & Celebrations

4th of July Celebrations & Fireworks in Lancaster County – Throughout Lancaster County there are numerous July 4th fireworks and other special events to celebrate Independence Day. Check out our listing below for special events near you. See our complete Events Calendar for Lancaster County to find local events all year long. is your complete resource […]

Conestoga Wood Specialties Supreme Court Case

Conestoga Wood Specialties vs Sebelius Religious Freedom on Trial Before the U.S. Supreme Court On Tuesday March 25, 2014 an important religious liberty case will be argued before the United States Supreme Court. In administering the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) the Department of Health and Human Services instituted regulations that require businesses […]