June 2021

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Library Open

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Library Open

Yoga

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Library Open

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Library Open

Ecumenical Service

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Quoit Court Open

Library Open

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Online Worship

Sunday Morning Worship

Menn. Children’s Choir-Lancast

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Mah Jongg On the Porch

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Library Open

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Library Open

Yoga

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Library Open

Classics Rodgers & Hammerstein

Classics Rodgers & Hammerstein

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Library Open

Ecumenical Service

Classics Rodgers & Hammerstein

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Quoit Court Open

Library Open

Theatre for Kids

Classics Rodgers & Hammerstein

Classics Rodgers & Hammerstein

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Online Worship

Sunday Morning Worship

Classics Rodgers & Hammerstein

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Mah Jongg On the Porch

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Library Open

LVC Book Review

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Library Open

Yoga

Organ Recital

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Library Open

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Library Open

Great American Poets

Ecumenical Service

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Quoit Court Open

Library Open

Nicole Roberts

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Online Worship

Sunday Morning Worship

Kenny Barron Trio

Solstice Run

Andy Roberts Jazz Quartet

Kenny Barron Trio

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Mah Jongg On the Porch

Mount Gretna Supper Club

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Library Open

LVC Book Review

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Library Open

Yoga

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Religion

Library Open

The Great DuBois

The Great DuBois

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Great American Poets

Library Open

Women and Children Last

Ecumenical Service

The Great DuBois

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Quoit Court Open

Ice Cream Breakfast

History on the Porch

Library Open

The Great DuBois

Top 20 Female Singers/All Time

The Great DuBois

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Online Worship

Sunday Morning Worship

The Great DuBois

New Holland Band

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Mah Jongg On the Porch

MGSoA Artist Lecture

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Library Open

LVC Book Review

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Library Open

MGSoA Artist Lecture

Yoga

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FIRST FRIDAYS

First Friday of every month, starts at 5:00pm. Enjoy an evening filled with Art, music and dining. Area businesses will be open featuring a guest artist each month. Check the calendar for details.

EMERGENCY INFO

Fire Department: 717-964-3511
Police: 717-272-2054 (Emergency 911)
Mt. Gretna Borough: 717-964-3270 (24 hr emergency service: 964-3231)

In the 1890’s, the Pennsylvania Chautauqua Society founded Mt. Gretna, attracted by the region’s natural beauty. The landscape is still just as inviting -- gently wooded mountains, a stream, and a lake. Throughout the Summer, the Chautauqua’s educational and cultural tradition is carried on with first-rate events in music, theater, and art. As cooler weather sets in, the area displays some of the most stunning foliage of the Northeast. When snow flies, cross country skiers enjoy expertly groomed, picturesque trails. Spring brings a green-dusted calm to the acres of protected Gamelands, crossed by miles of trails for mountain biking and hiking.

This site has been supported by Keith and Robin Volker since 1995 and Gretna Computer Consulting since 1997. The Mt. Gretna Arts Council has generously provided the funding and design of the site in 2014. Please send any updates via the contact us link at the top of the page.

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