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Join the fight against MS while traveling from Sun Motor Cars Audi-Porsche to the Pocono Speedway during the The Mille for MS event on October 17th. Patterned after Italy’s famed Mille Miglia open-road endurance race, central Pennsylvania's Mille for MS fundraiser is set to showcase some of the world's finest classic and modern sports cars. The Mille is a countryside rally (fun run) through approximately 125 miles of beautiful back roads in central Pennsylvania. Click below for more information on supporting the event or entering your car.
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The Pennsboro Pumpkin Festival is this weekend at Adams-Ricci Park in Enola. The two-day community event will feature crafts, food, games, contests and entertainment. Enjoy a relaxing day of fun for the entire family. Are you planning on going? If so, stop by and see us for some cool Cumberland Valley items!
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Learn more about the renowned Craigheads and their legacy in the Cumberland Valley tonight at the Cumberland County Historical Society. The event begins at 7 PM.
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As fall begins and we head into the holidays, gourds are some of the most popular seasonal items. Did you know Meadowbrooke Gourds, Inc. in Carlisle is the world largest gourd crafting company and makes over 3,000 gourds per week? Take a peak at these unique jack-o-lanterns, turkeys, snowmen, and more!
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Can you guess which Cumberland Valley business was once featured on Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe?
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The United States Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) hosts Oktoberfest this Thursday through Sunday! Join the Carlisle Barracks MWR for a good time filled with entertainment, games, activities, friendship and the unveiling of the official brew of the Army War College!
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Paulus Orchards is a definite fall favorite around the Cumberland Valley. Bring the entire family and have fun on their themed three-acre corn maze, wagon rides, pedal karts, tube slides, corn shed and play area. You can also pick your own pumpkins and apples when they are in season.
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See what The greatest gift in Carlisle is doing during American Craft Week and how you can give back to Sweet Grace Ministries.
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Cumberland Valley is the home to so many wonderful features. There's really something for everyone!
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There are some great shows in the Cumberland Valley this October, including REO Speedwagon, Peter Frampton, Three Dog Night, Paul Anka, and more. If you're looking for a fun night out, plan around unique dining, a fun show, and dessert or drinks!
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October 6, 2015 10:41 AMGourd-eous Creations at Meadowbrooke Gourds
Explore the scenic back roads of Cumberland Valley and visit Meadowbrooke Gourds - the largest gourd crafting company in the world. Take a step inside their showroom and you'll be greeted by hundreds of gourds waiting to be taken home. There are gourds for each season and holiday, gourds that are useful and gourds that are decorative, gourds that light up and gourds that hang, ... read more
September 22, 2015 10:32 AMFound It Top 10: October 2015
October brings the best of fall, including pumpkins, festivals, pumpkin festivals, and so much more! Cumberland Valley also celebrates American-made crafts this month with over 100 events during American Craft Week. See what's ahead this October...10. 51st Annual National Apple Harvest FestivalAn old-fashioned, fun-filled, family event. The Upper Adams Jaycees invite you to ... read more
September 9, 2015 12:40 PMA Bird’s Eye View at Waggoner’s Gap Hawk Watch
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September 1, 2015 10:44 AMDelicious Food, Great Ambiance & Amazing Service at Hellenic Kouzina Greek Cafe
There are so many reasons you need to visit Hellenic Kouzina Greek Cafe in Mechanicsburg. This place has it all...delicious food, a great ambiance and amazing service. In fact, Hellenic has been so popular since opening in 2012 that they've already had to expand. They've added a lot more seating inside with a really unique waterfall feature separating the two dining rooms and ... read more
August 27, 2015 10:48 AMFound It Top Ten: September 2015
September may signal the end of summer, but there's still so much fun to be had at events and festivals around the Cumberland Valley this fall! See our Top 10 ahead.10. The Fantasticks"Try to Remember a Kind of September." The world's greatest Autumn love story comes to Allenberry's stage for the first time in almost two decades. This charming story of star crossed lovers is ... read more
August 27, 2015 9:25 AMMother-Son Night Out in the Cumberland Valley
A mother and son evening isn’t always the easiest thing to plan, but if laughter is included it’s a sure sell for this mom. I recently pulled together a night out in Cumberland Valley with my almost teenage son, filled with food and fun.We kicked off the evening with dinner at Pizza Grille, Carlisle, a suggestion by mom and a quick yes by the son. We ordered ... read more
August 26, 2015 7:00 AMDickinson Perspectives: Top 10 Things Dickinson Students Should Know
As throngs of Dickinson students make their annual voyage back to the land of Adirondack chairs, and incoming first years step foot onto campus for the first time, Carlisle is thriving with life. Back-to-school vibes can be felt throughout the streets as parents take their students out for the “last meal” before they depart, and rented minivans appear near all of the ... read more
August 25, 2015 1:22 PMDickinson Perspectives: History of the 'Oldest College in the United States'
In the heart of central Pennsylvania, in the middle of the colonial town of Carlisle, sits the oldest college in the United States. Technically. If you speak to any Dickinson student, go on a tour of the campus or sit in on one of the Admissions’ houses information sessions you will be sure to hear the fact that Dickinson is the oldest college in the actual United ... read more
August 21, 2015 9:06 AMUnwind at 30 Timber Road
I recently spent a beautiful Cumberland Valley summer afternoon talking with seasoned innkeepers Dee Fegan and Chuck DeMarco about their new home. It’s been two years of renovations and planning and they are open for business. Dee and Chuck recently rightsized from their former larger inn, which they opened up to thousands of guests, horses and special events for over 19 ... read more
August 20, 2015 8:44 AMDickinson Perspective: Carlisle Sports Emporium
Staring down at the putter, silence has overcome the green. Just him and the ball remain in this world and one putt can win the entire match. Then he hears a metallic ping and an engine roars in the distance. A quick look shows he is not alone but in a complex along with an arcade, batting cages, and go-carts. No, this is not Augusta National. This is the CarlisleSports ... read more