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  • As I mentioned in a post a few days ago, “Gettysburg Goes Pink” was held on the Gettyburg Square yesterday. This was the first year for this event and many people gathered together showing their support for breast cancer awareness by wearing pink. A special photo of the group was taken in front of the hotel. Here are some photos we were able to take last night. The formal photo taken by the photographer will…

  • Make Halloween special this year by spending it in Gettysburg!! The Gettysburg Hotel is offering a one-night, all-inclusive package for a spooky and memorable Halloween. Plan your getaway with us on Sunday, October 31st and receive… A delicious dinner prepared by Executive Chef Shelley at Centuries on the Square or McClellan’s Tavern A 75 minute Ghosts of Gettysburg Tour (I recently posted a blog about the Ghosts of Gettysburg. Read it here.) A special Halloween…

  • On Tuesday, October 19th, Well Span will be holding their Annual Breast Cancer Dinner – “I Am Surviving, but Where is the Instruction Manual?” – at the Gettysburg Hotel. With over 11 million cancer survivors in America today, most women have been affected by the trials and tribulations of the cancer journey. Learn ways to find strength and courage through your part of the cancer journey as a survivor or caregiver, including the importance of…

  • 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…

  • 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…