What's Happening In Our Community

Calendar of Events for Hanover Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Hanover

            

Save the Date

  • Our Second Annual Holiday Tea is planned for Sunday, November 17, at 2:00pm.  Make sure to mark your calendars so you do not miss this wonderful epicurean event!  Details and ticket information coming soon!

Concert Schedule for Fine Arts at First Lutheran Church: The First Lutheran Church, 21 S. Bedford Street, Carlisle, posted its concert schedule for this fall and winter/spring.  These concerts are free to attend and open to the public so mark your calendars for some fine afternoons in Carlisle:

  Sunday, November 17, 2019, 3:00pm—Thomas Gaynor, Organ; 

  Sunday, December 15, 2019 4:00pm—Festival of Lessons and Carols;   

  Sunday, March1, 2020 4:00pm—Westminster Kantorei, Choral Ensemble.

 

Christian Music Nights: Magic Elm Skateland is, once again, planning its Christian Music Nights to benefit HACC’s many programs—PAL, Ruth’s Harvest, Changing Lives Shelter, Clothing Bank—from October 2019 through April 2020 on the third Monday of each month. The cost is $6.00 for admission and $3.00 for skate rental but the admission fee will be waived if you donate to the program of the evening.

 

Lutheran Camping Fall Calendar:  Nawakwa and Kirchenwald have a full fall of fun.  Call 717-677-8211 or visit www.LutheranCamping.org for more information on any or all of these events:

            -November 3:  Annual Quilt Auction at Nawakwa (must register by October 20);

            -November 8-10:  Women’s Craft Retreat at Nawakwa (must register by November 1);

            -December 7:  Advent Day Apart at The Wittel Farm (must register by November 22

 

Volunteer Opportunities: Our Hanover Area Council of Churches (HACC) has a plethora of volunteer opportunities for anyone looking for that little something extra in their lives! There are even some part-time employment opportunities!  Please contact HACC 717-633-6353 for more information about PAL; driving needs; substitutes; clothing bank sorters, organizers, baggers, cashiers; Meals-On-Wheels drivers and runners; Changing Lives shelter staff; receptionist needs.

 

Around the Synod

“Living Lutheran” reader call: From Ruth and Naomi to Moses and Aaron, the Bible is rich with tales of friendship. How do friendships enrich your faith?