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  • The Adams County Arts Council Masquerade Party has quickly become one of the most anticipated parties of the year in Gettysburg! This event, held each year at the Historic Gettysburg Hotel, will feature a Hollywood theme for 2010! When: Saturday, November 6th, 8 pm Guests will enjoy the Colgan-Hirsh band with the Slammin’ Horns, a Costume Contest with cash prizes, silent auction and Tarot readings. Tickets for the Reception/Dinner/Party: $75 each (view the dinner menu…

  • In the current issue of the Gettysburg Companion Magazine, there is a wonderful article about the Gettysburg Wine and Fruit Trail. For those of you that went to the National Apple Harvest Festival these past two weekends, you would have been right there in the heart of it! Here is an excerpt from the article that appeared in the Gettysburg Companion: (Please check out their website to find locations where you can also pick up…

  • Last week, the Adams County Arts Council held a Capital Campaign Kick-off Celebration at the Gettysburg Hotel Grand Ballroom. State Sen. Rich Alloway, presented the Adams County Arts Council with a check for $200,000 for the its new Community Arts Education Center slated to open in the fall of 2011! This is such exciting news for Adams County and Gettysburg! The building will be on South Washington St., just blocks from the Gettysburg square.The 10,000…

  • Downtown Gettysburg came alive this past Friday’s at the First Friday festivities! Here are some photos from the evening: Check out this video recap of First Friday that includes the Bluebrick Gallery pumpkin carving event and some great salsa music and dancing from Salsa on the Square! Remember, the first Friday of each month is First Friday in downtown Gettysburg! Visit this blog for more information on next month’s events and happenings.

  • October is the perfect month to visit Gettysburg, not only because of the beauty autumn brings, but to also experience the ghostly encounters the town has become known for. As a special to The Examiner in Washington D.C., Marie Gullard wrote a fantastic article about Mark Nesbitt’s Candlelight Walking Tours. We have mentioned these famous tours in a previous post. Don’t forget, the Gettysburg Hotel offers a comprehensive “Ghostly Encounter Package.” Enjoy an enchanting 2…