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Ashland Cemetery Walking Tour
09/21 - 09/21
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Spirit of America
09/26 - 09/27
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Taylor Dayne
09/26 - 09/26
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The U.S. Army's Spirit of America
09/26 - 09/27
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29th Annual New Cumberland Apple Festival
09/27 - 09/27
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Cumberland Valley Race Series: Fall Down on the Trail 5k Race and Trail Hike
09/27 - 09/27
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Fall Carlisle
10/01 - 10/05
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The Marvelous Wonderettes
10/01 - 11/01
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Village Artisans Gallery Celebrates American Craft Week
10/03 - 10/12
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50th Annual National Apple Harvest Festival
10/04 - 10/12
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The Changing Face of Agriculture: Re-creating the Cider Industry in the South Mountain Landscape
10/04 - 10/12
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Garden Harvest Day 2014
10/05 - 10/05
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Lemoyne PA

At the crossroads of Interstate 83 and U.S. Routes 11/15, Lemoyne is between Wormleysburg to the north and New Cumberland to the south. It's an easy trek from our state capital. In fact, it's the first town over the Susquehanna River heading west from Harrisburg into Cumberland Valley.

Negley Park in Lemoyne offers stunning views of the Harrisburg skyline, and thanks to a newly donated viewfinder the best view of the River Valley as well. The park also features hiking and walking trails and places to host softball, baseball, basketball and tennis events. Speaking of places to enjoy the outdoors, Lemoyne is also home to Memorial Park. The whole family will enjoy swimming at pool, playing on the playground, or relaxing at the pavilion. 

While you're in town, shop local at the two-story West Shore Farmers Market & Shoppes in Lemoyne. They have everything from the freshest produce, meats and ready-to-eat foods to jewelry, clothing, antiques and more at their 60,000 square foot space. The downstairs offers all the fresh produce, meats, cheeses and other delectable goodies, while the upstairs offers boutique shops. Find an assortment of jewelry and other accessories at Higashi Pearls & Fine Jewelry, designer clothes at Sassy, funky accessories and gifts at Susan's Treasures and more at the other upstairs shops.

If shopping to you means antiquing, head over to the Antique Marketplace of Lemoyne. This 32,000 sq ft market features everything from coins and furniture to jewelry and Civil War & Revolutionary War items.  

After shopping for goodies at the farmers market, head next door to the original location of The Pizza Grille for inventive personal pizzas, delicious salads and unique entrees.

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Fast & Fun Facts:
  • Lemoyne is a relatively new name for this old town. It was called, "Bridgeport" until it was incorporated as a borough in May of 1905.
  • Fort Couch and the General Couch Monument contain the remains of an outpost built in June 1863.

Residents and those looking to relocate can find helpful information at the Lemoyne Borough website.

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