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Cinderella at Dutch Apple

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Will the Prince find Cinderella and live happily ever after? The timeless fairytale Cinderella tells the story of a delightful young girl who is forced to spend her days waiting on her wicked stepmother and mean stepsisters. When Cinderella is kept from attending the Prince’s Ball, she gets a little help from her Fairy Godmother. […]

Great Gifts to Fill Your Stocking from Kitchen Kettle Village

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Kitchen Kettle Village – like a treasure hunt during the holidays With over 40 unique shops, restaurants and lodging you never know what cool gifts you might find. Because there are so many great gifts, I narrowed my focus to what I would like to find or plan to put in a holiday stocking from Kitchen […]

Unique Christmas Activity: Zipline Through a Winter Wonderland

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It’s one thing to look at Christmas lights, it’s another thing to fly through them! Looking for something unique for you and your family/friends to do this holiday season in Lancaster? New this year at Refreshing Mountain Retreat and Adventure Center in northern Lancaster County is a high-flying Christmas event you won’t want to miss. […]

A Christmas Carol now on stage at Dutch Apple

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All will enjoy this beloved tale for the holidays! Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre welcomes the holidays with a one of the most beloved holiday stories of all-time, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, playing November 15 through December 30, 2018.  From a cold-hearted miser to a lovable softie, Ebenezer Scrooge finds hope in the power of love […]

Strasburg Rail Road Day Out with Thomas Event

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Spend the afternoon with Americas beloved little blue engine, Thomas the Tank Engine™. The iconic character is chugging into Strasburg Rail Road for the last time this year. Strasburg Rail Road’s Day Out with Thomas event offers a fun-filled adventure for the entire family. This family-favorite attraction welcomes people of all ages to come together […]

Holiday Shopping Can Be More Than A Mouse Click!

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For me, holiday shopping had become a monotonous search on the internet followed by the click of a mouse and then waiting for the boxes to arrive to get wrapped.  Not only was I missing the excitement of finding that perfect handmade gift or the delight in seeing the twinkling, creative displays in the little […]

Top 5 Ice Cream Shoppes in Lancaster County

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In a Lancaster County summer, with the sweltering heat, blazing sun, and unbearable humidity, what will give life meaning? ICE CREAM!  Luckily, you can find some of the best ice cream around, right here in Lancaster County. We asked and you voted. We conducted this contest on our Facebook page from September 18-29, 2018, and […]

THE RETURN: The Beatles Tribute at Dutch Apple

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Ring in the New Year at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre! Join us for dinner and a concert of THE RETURN: The Beatles Tribute playing December 31, 2018. Enjoy the dinner and the concert for the matinee, or join us for our New Year’s Eve celebration and countdown to midnight with us! THE RETURN truly captures […]

Ask A Pro: The Best Solar Installation Companies in Lancaster

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Paradise Energy Solutions. Lancaster County continues to lead the way for solar energy in Pennsylvania. Take a drive down the eastern portion of route 30 or go west on 283 and you will see solar systems both big and small. Many of the county’s businesses, farmers, and homeowners […]

What Are the Dining Options at Good ‘N Plenty Restaurant?

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At Good ‘N Plenty, there are three ways to dine: family-style, off the menu, or takeout. Here, we explain the differences, so you can choose the option that best suits you. Family Style Dining Family-style is the most popular dining option offered at the restaurant. It is all-you-can eat, but it’s not set up like […]