Effective 5/31/21, all COVID-19 restrictions related to gatherings, restaurants, and other businesses were lifted. The masking order was lifted on 6/28/21. However, businesses and organizations may continue to implement mask policies and individuals may continue to mask if they choose to do so. Our restaurants, shops, attractions, and hotels are ready to welcome you. We encourage visitors to seek and heed the latest expert guidance and take any necessary precautions.

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Food & Wine Connoisseurs

Cumberland Valley is the perfect spot for those travelers looking to try a new dish or flavor. Our restaurants offer delicious international cuisine as well as fresh and local fare straight from the heart of central Pennsylvania. Paired with our wines & ciders, your relaxing and…

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Downtown Wine

Since it’s opening in late 2013, Castlerigg Wine Shop has become a part of the downtown Carlisle experience. Whether it’s a Thursday evening or the Saturday after the Corvette Parade, patrons can relax, taste and purchase wine from Alan Tumblin’s Hanover Street shop. Castlerigg also…

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Found It Top 10 for May 1 - May 23, 2015

10. Bloom Festival Shippensburg Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 1st annual Bloom Festival. The streets of Shippensburg will come alive with color, scents, music, and activities that signify the arrival of spring time. Bring the family to enjoy children's activities; music, craft &…

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Found It Top 10: April 17 - May 9, 2015

10. Bloom Festival Shippensburg Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 1st annual Bloom Festival. Bring the family to enjoy craft vendors, flower sales, local produce, children's activities. The event will take place at the Borough parking lot on McCreary Avenue and the Shippensburg…

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Wine Tasting at Castlerigg

In early September, a group of 6 of us went to Castlerigg Wine Shop on South Hanover Street in downtown Carlisle and we enjoyed it tremendously. It wasn’t crowded—partly because we went at 6 p.m., between afternoon drop-ins and evening revelers, I suspect. But there were enough people…

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