Where & When Pennsylvania's Travel Guide Winter 2012
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<ul><li><p>1 - W&W Winter 2012</p></li><li><p>2-night Deluxe Accommodations at After Eight Bed & BreakfastPair of Tickets to the Rainbow Dinner Theatre Romantic Dinner for 2 at Olde Greenfi eld Inn$150 Rockvale Outlets Gift Card$50 Turkey Hill Gas Card</p><p>You could win additional prizes, including Rainbow Dinner Theatre tickets, Olde Greenfi eld Inn Gift Card, tickets to a Hershey Bears Hockey Game, Tickets to see CATS at the Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Turkey Hill Gas Cards and more. </p><p>For contest entry and details logon to</p><p>More chancesto Win!</p><p>or, enter to win by scanning the QR code with your smart phone</p><p>2 - W&W Winter 2012</p></li><li><p>3 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>S719</p><p>024</p><p>Located next to the NEW Great Escape 14 IMAX 3-D Theater inDickson City where every night is Movie Nite at the Lube! Spin the PRIZE WHEEL for your chance to win FREE IMAX Movie Gift Cards! Show your Movie Ticket Stub for daily discounts and specials. Movie Meal Deal only $15! Includes Any Lube Burger, Side & Soft Drink, Plus a Movie Pass.* Regular movie ticket not valid on IMAX or 3-D.</p><p>REV UP & RE-CHARGE! Many BIG screen TVs that always have YOUR favorite sport on. Auto-themed dcor includes COOL Classic Cars, NASCAR theme on walls and motorcycles that hang from the ceilings. Theres AL-WAYS something happening at The Lube! From Tuesdays All-You-Can-Eat Wing Night, Bike Nights, Family & Kids Nite to Car Cruise-Ins & much more!</p></li><li><p>4 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>S719</p><p>216</p></li><li><p>8. Dinner & A ShowDelicious food and great live performances, now thats my idea of a night out. Were puttin on the Ritz at Pennsylvanias dinner theaters. </p><p>24. Eagles Mere Tobog-gan SlideAs long as there are kids, snow and hills, there will be winter fun. Eagles Mere has been organizing it as long as anyone can remember.</p><p>36. Exploring Americas Oldest BreweryFrom underground caves to stained glass, the Yuengling Brewery is unlike any other factory tour youll ever take. </p><p>51. Homegrown: An Indiana County ChristmasNo one place has the corner on Christmas, but Indiana County has all the elements that make the holidays more memorable. </p><p>Vol 47 No 1</p><p>Regional Events11. North27. South40. East44. West</p><p>Planning Your Visit54. Visitor Information Request FormWant to know more about whats going on in PA? Fill out the form and receive information about the places that interest you. </p><p>whereandwhen.com</p><p>Its called a QR Code. If you have a smart phone with a QR reader, all you have to do is scan it, and a web page will open up on your cell. Advertisers often use them for spe-cial offers, contests or coupons.</p><p>WHATS THIS?</p><p>5 - W&W Winter 2012</p></li><li><p>6 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>S719</p><p>328</p><p>1425 West Main Street, P.O. Box 500Mount Joy, PA 17552</p><p>800.800.1833 717.653.1833</p><p>Published quarterly byEngle Printing & Publishing Company</p><p>2011Where & When reserves the right to edit material </p><p>based on its standards for publication. Advertising and event listings are subject to the approval of the </p><p>publisher. Events are listed as space allows and at the discretion of the editor. Although extreme </p><p>care is taken to ensure accuracy in advertising and editorial content, Where & When or its advertisers are not responsible for inaccuracies or omissions. </p><p>All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any process except with the writ-ten authorization from Where & When or its pub-lisher. </p><p>DISPLAY ADVERTISINGEmail: email@example.com</p><p>800.800.1833, ext. 2538</p><p>EVENT LISTINGSWe welcome events of interest to the tourist and </p><p>local traveler. Events must be open to the public. </p><p>Submit your event online at:www.whereandwhen.com</p><p>Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMail: Where & When Events, P.O. Box 500, </p><p>Mount Joy, PA 17552Fax: 717.492.2570</p><p>Phone: 800.800.1833, ext. 2544</p><p>EVENT SUBMISSION DEADLINES:</p><p>SPRING 2012 (Mar - May): 1/13/12SUMMER 2012 (Jun-Aug): 4/06/12FALL 2012: (Sep - Nov): 7/13/12WINTER 2012 (Dec - Feb): 10/12/12DISTRIBUTION & CHANGE OF ADDRESSEmail: email@example.comPhone: 800.800.1833, ext. 2541Available throughout Pennsylvania at advertisers, PA Wel-come Centers, visitors bureaus, Chambers of Commerce, travel agencies, attractions and Turkey Hill Minit Markets.</p><p>ProudPartner</p><p>Pennsylvania Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus S71</p><p>9329</p></li><li><p>7 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>Ienjoy all types of movies. One of my favorites is Groundhog Day, starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell. (The fact that it is set in Punxsutawney just makes it that more engaging!) Theres something simple and comforting about watching the same events play over and over. On a more complex level, its a study of human nature and how people and small, insignificant things can have a great impact on our lives. Most times, the characters dont even notice the change thats occurring be-cause theyre too caught up in the importance of self.</p><p>How often are we guilty of just being, rather than participating in the game of life like the characters in Groundhog Day? Too often! Indulging in the arts is a perfect way to get our creativity, love and compassion for ourselves, our neighbors and our communities back in sync. It can start simply, as a very basic need to be entertained. Being entertained can lead to a giggle, a laugh, a tear. That feeling can lead to an action of a smile, a word, a helping hand. </p><p>Just like the movie, it wont matter if we have six more weeks of winter or not. Its what we do with those six weeks that matter! Attend a play, dinner theatre, or event. Volunteer your time and thank those that make these events possible. An investment of yourself, your time and your money will strengthen your commu-nity. The change will be subtle at first, and you may not even see it coming, but the rewards will be great!</p><p>So, what will your perfect Groundhog Day look like? </p></li><li><p>8 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>It may be considered the old stand-by, and for good reason. Dinner and a show is still the quintessential date night of choice. When you con-sider the price of movie tickets, popcorn, Raisinets and a Coke these days, you might as well spring for a great dinner and live theater without ever leaving your table.</p><p>Dinner theatre likely got its start in the 16th century with the Madrigal feasts held during the Twelve Days of Christ-</p><p>mas. If you lived in England during the Middle Ages and your connections to nobility garnered you an invitation, you would be dazzled with stunning pag-eantry, bawdy humor, endless amounts of succulent food, and delightful music. Plays, or masques, as they were known, were often performed for over-fed guests at these Madrigal Feasts. </p><p>The heyday of modern dinner the-atre was probably in the 1970s, but it has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity </p></li><li><p>9 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>since 2000. Pennsylvania has several full-time dinner theatres, as well as locations where you can enjoy the occasional mur-der mystery or Madrigal Feast. </p><p>Its this time of year that we all feel a little overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of the holidays. I cant think of a better way to relax and enjoy a twinge of nostalgia and a belly laugh with the ones you love. </p><p>Q</p><p>The Music Box Dinner Playhouse196 Hughes Street, Swoyersville, PA 18704www.musicbox.org</p><p>Christmas Show: Nov. 26 Dec. 18, Irving Berlins White Christmas</p><p>January 2012: Avenue </p><p>Q</p><p>Pines Dinner Theatre 448 N. 17th Street, Allentown, PA 18104www.pinesdinnertheatre.com</p><p>Christmas Show: Nov. 4 Dec. 23, Christmas at the PinesJanuary 2012: Rockin in the Country</p><p>Q</p><p>Fishers Tudor HouseMurder Mystery Dinner Theater1858 Street Road, Bensalem, PA 19020</p><p>www.fisherstudor.com/theater.html</p><p>Now showing: Deadly Dancing</p><p>Q</p><p>Allenberry Resort and Playhouse1559 Boiling Springs Road, Boiling Springs, PA 17007</p><p>www.allenberry.com</p><p>Christmas Show: Nov. 2 Dec. 23, </p><p>Mistletoe Magic</p><p>April 2012: Forever Plaid</p></li><li><p>10 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>Q</p><p>Rainbow Dinner Theatre (all comedy)3065 Lincoln Highway East, Para-dise, PA 17562www.rainbowdinnertheatre.com</p><p>Christmas Show: Nov. 8 Dec. 30, Home for the HolidaysJan. 27 Mar 14, Lets Murder Marsha</p><p>Q</p><p>Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre510 Centerville Road, Lancaster, PA 17601www.dutchapple.com</p><p>Christmas Show: Nov. 17 - Dec. 23, Mira-cle on 34th StreetDec. 30 Feb. 4, A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline</p><p>Q</p><p>Gettysburg Civil War Era Dinner The-atreThe Fair eld Inn 1757, 15 West Main Street, Fair eld, PA 17320www.civilwartheater.com</p><p>Year-round: Civil War Stories (one-man show featuring an old-time storyteller with Civil War Era ghost stories and magic)</p><p>Q</p><p>The Riverside Inn & Dinner TheatreOne Fountain Ave., Cambridge Springs, PA 16403www.theriversideinn.com</p><p>Christmas Show: Nov. 26 Dec. 18, All I Want for Christmas</p><p>Q</p><p>The Station Dinner Theatre,4940 Peach Street, Erie, PA 16509www.canterburyfeast.com</p><p>Christmas Show: Nov. 19 Dec. 21, Christmas Memories</p></li><li><p>11 - W&W Winter 2012</p><p>Jan 20-22Heart of Lewisburg</p><p>Ice FestivalLewisburg</p><p>www.lewisburgpa.com/events</p><p>Feb 3-5Warren County WinterfestChapman State Park, Clarendonhttp://warrencountywinterfest.com</p><p>whereandwhen.comCheck out all the events on </p><p> MiddleburgState College </p><p> WarrenWellsboro </p><p>Lewisburg </p><p>Tunkhannock </p><p>Clear eld </p><p>Williamsport </p><p>Johnsonburg </p><p> Bradford</p><p> Boalsburg</p><p>Pitts eld </p><p>Nicholson </p><p>Use your smart-phone to scan this QR Code</p><p>and gain access to more than 800</p><p>PA events!</p></li><li><p>Dec 1-24. Photos With Santa. Visit the web-site for hours and pricing. The Columbia Mall, Bloomsburg. 570-387-4909, www.columbiamall.com</p><p>Dec 1-24. Choose & Cut Christmas Trees. Choose from thousands of trees, fresh wreaths, centerpieces, more than 50,000 ornaments and a col-lection of over 300 tree stands. Kohls Stony Hill Tree Farm and Christmas Shoppe, Milton. 570-437-3442, www.kohlsstonyhill.com</p><p>Dec 1-20. Choose & Cut Christmas Trees. Trees, wreaths, hayrides, a gift shop and more. Closed Wednesdays. Ponduce Tree Farm, Elysburg. 570-799-5888, www.ponducefarms.com</p><p>Dec 1-3. Christmas Open House. Indoor specials and refreshments. 6pm. Virg-Ann Flower and Gift Shop, Warren. 814-723-5760, www.virgann.com</p><p>Dec 1. Performance: Vienna Boys Choir. Theres no more gratifying sound than that of children singing. Eisenhower Auditorium, Penn State Main Campus, University Park. 814-863-0255, www.cpa.psu.edu/events/vienna.html</p><p>Dec 1. Performance: Neil Bergs Broadway Holiday. Community Arts Center, Williamsport. 570-326-2424, www.caclive.com</p><p>Dec 2. Santas Arrival. Meet him at the lot next to Watch Box Park. 5pm. Downtown Danville. 570-284-4502, www.visitdanvillepa.org</p><p>Dec 2. Performance: The Nutcracker. The State Ballet Theatre of Russia brings the timeless clas-sic to dazzling life for an evening of pure holiday enchantment. 7:30pm. Mitrani Hall, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg. 570-389-4409, http://bloomu.edu/CAS</p><p>Dec 2-4. 3rd Anniversary Celebration at Old Forge Brewing Company. Tapping up a special anniversary beer, events ongoing all weekend and a special menu to celebrate. Old Forge Brewing Company, Danville. 570-275-8151, www.oldforgebrew-ingcompany.com</p><p>Dec 2-3. Performance: Carols by Candlelight Concert. 7:30pm. No adm fee, but tickets are required and are available by calling the Mitrani box office at 389-4409. Hosted by Bloomsburg University. First Presbyterian Church, Bloomsburg. 570-389-4284, http://departments.bloomu.edu/music/Music_Events.html</p><p>Dec 2-10. A Milltown Christmas: Downtown in December. Welcome Santa, light the downtown Christmas tree and take part in several other activities. The Milton Model Train Museum will be open and the Milton Historical Society will host an art show. A downtown scavenger hunt will acquaint resi-dents and visitors with the boroughs business district. Milton. 570-742-7000, www.miltonpatime.org</p><p>Everyone Needs A Winter </p><p>Break, Without Breaking </p><p>the Bank. </p><p>VisitClearfieldCounty.org1-866-Go Wilds</p><p>Dont Hibernate, Celebrate the Season.</p><p>Packages Starting At $99</p><p>S717</p><p>693</p><p> calendar of eventsNorthern Region</p><p>DecemberNov 17- Dec 26. Exhibit: Susquehanna River Arts Artists Exhibition. Moose Exchange, Bloomsburg. 570-317-2596, www.MooseExchange.org</p><p>Nov 25-Dec 30. Performance: Holiday Memories by Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble (BTE). Truman Capotes stories of his childhood holidays in the Depression Deep South are filled with joy, love, family, poignancy, music, vivid characters and entirely American grace in this funny, beautiful and fast-moving stage adaptation. 7:30pm. Alvina Krause Theatre, Bloomsburg. 570-784-8181, www.bte.org</p><p>Nov 25-Dec 4. TreeFest. Christmas tree grow-ers donate more than 100 live trees to be trimmed, and hundreds of people set up and decorated the rooms and trees. There will also be local entertainment and dozens of professional craft artisans. The Caldwell Consistory, Bloomsburg. 570-784-8181, www.TreeFest.org</p><p>Dec 1-24. Choose & Cut Christmas Trees. Every Thursday through Sunday. 9am until dark. Choose and cut trees. Fresh wreaths and pre-cut trees are also available. Ecology III Tree Farm, Orangeville. 570-683-5275, www.ecology3.com</p><p>12 - W&W Winter 2012</p></li><li><p>Dec 2-3. Christmas Exhibit Open House. Enjoy spirits and hors d'oeuvres while browsing the special Christmas exhibit featuring toys from Christmas past. Center House Museum, Ridgway. 814-776-1032, www.elkcountyhistoricalsociety.org</p><p>Dec 2. Holiday Cheer Tour. Tour the down-town retailers and browse their holiday specials while enjoying a wine or beer tasting. This fun event is sure to put participants in the holiday spirit. Downtown Ridgway. 814-776-1424, www.ridgwaychamber.com</p><p>Dec 2-3. Victorian Christmas Celebration. People of all ages may enjoy this event, which will fea-ture a Victorian atmosphere, a ghost tour, Christmas trees and more. Starts around 5pm. Downtown Brookville. 814-849-5339, ext. 28, www.brookville-chamber.com</p><p>Dec 3-Jan 7. Annual Christmas Boulevard. A mile-long car tour of animated charac-ters, lights and music. Attendees may say hello to Santa. Berwick. 570-759-2719</p><p>Dec 3. Wings Over Water. A great opportunity to observe migrant species rarely seen at other times of the year. The program will begin indoors with a brief talk and video presentation on the identification of water-fowl. Participants will then go outdoors to observe and identify water birds on the lake. 9am. Dress for the weather. Meet in the Environmental Education Center, PPL Montour Preserve, Danville. 570-437-3131, www.pplpreserves.com</p><p>Dec 3. Holiday Celebration. Door prizes and holiday shopping. Free gift wrapping. 8am. Rohrbachs Farm Market, Bakery and Gift Shop, Catawissa. 5750-356-7654, www.rohrbachsfarm.net</p><p>Dec 3. Cardinals & Snowflakes Day. After-School Art Show reception from 4-6pm. Science Saturday Club from 11am-2pm. Attendees may make paper cardinals and snowflakes and create artwork inspired by the art show. 10am. The Childrens Museum, Bloomsburg. 570-389-9206, www.the-childrens-muse-um.org</p><p>Dec 3. Science Saturday: Chemistry 2. Drop in anytime to explore the activities and experi-ments from the in-house collection of educational kits and common household items. 11am. The Childrens Museum, Bloomsburg. 570-389-9206, www.the-chil-drens-museum.org</p><p>Dec 3. Dickens of a Christmas Celebration. A Victorian celebration honoring Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol with street vendors, strolling musicians,...</p></li></ul>
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