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  • Wow! there are so many fun things going on this weekend in Gettysburg! Don’t you just love fall? Here are my suggestions for the weekend ahead: October 15th: Eddie Palmieri at the Majestic Theater 8:00pm Spend your Friday evening enjoying wonderful music in the beautiful Majestic Theater! “Mr. Palmieri can make a piano roar – The New York Times.” Nine time Grammy® Award winner Eddie Palmieri is known for his charismatic power, bold, innovative drive…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • This weekend is packed with fun, fall activities in Gettysburg! Here are two of my suggestions for your weekend agendas: Gettysburg Fall Outdoor Antique Show: Saturday, September 25th, 7:00am – 4:00pm (rain or shine) If you love antiques, you will want to be in downtown Gettysburg on Saturday! This one-day event features 125 antique dealers from 13 states displaying their unique pieces on the sidewalks radiating from the historic Lincoln Square. Sponsored by the Gettysburg…

  • The first two weekends in October are a special time of year in Adams County because it’s time for the Apple Harvest Festival! This festival is certainly one of the anticipated highlights of the fall in Gettysburg! It is located 10 miles away at South Mountain Fairgrounds on Route 234 near Arendtsville, PA. Attendees can expect hundreds of arts and crafts dealers, demonstrations, contests, food stands, entertainment and of course, apples! Just to name a…

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