Society Home in Mt. Gretna
The Society home at 206 Pennsylvania Avenue in Mt. Gretna.
Cottage and Home Improvement Show
Cottage and Home Improvement Show
New Book Release - Two for the Woods
New Book Release - Two for the Woods
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Mt. Gretna Campmeeting & Chautauqua 125th Anniversary Banners Available
Mt. Gretna Campmeeting & Chautauqua 125th Anniversary Banners Available
To help promote and celebrate this year's 125th Anniversary of the establishment of Mt. Gretna's Campmeeting and the Pennsylvania Chautauqua in Mt. Gretna, the Mt. Gretna Area Historical Society is producing and offering for sale commemorative banners celebrating this important milestone event in Mt. Gretna's history. These multi-colored banners, which will measure approximately 29 inches wide by about 47 inches high, will be made of durable 18 oz. exterior banner vinyl and will display on both sides the 125th Anniversary logo that has been developed for the Historical Society. The commemorative banners are being produced for the Historical Society by Conestoga dpi in Manheim.

The banners are appropriate for displaying on porches, railings, banner poles and other areas and are intended to allow cottage, home and business owners in Mt. Gretna and surrounding communities to help celebrate the Campmeeting's and Chautauqua's founding 125 years ago. The cost for the banners is $100 each, which includes sales tax.

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Schedule of Events
Sweet Treat a Success!
Some of the happy participants on Saturday include: Janet Green, Colin Green, Lisa Carr, Scott Carr and Jon Green
Some of the happy participants on Saturday include: Janet Green, Colin Green, Lisa Carr, Scott Carr and Jon Green Saturday, May 20th found close to 140 ice cream lovers and celebrants in the Hall of Philosophy. Sponsored by Jigger Shop owners, Drew and Linda Allwein, attendees were treated to what may become a new feature at the Jigger Shop. A variation of the Jigger: a waffle cone edged with marshmallow dipped in jigger nuts holding ice cream covered with chocolate or butterscotch topping. Many smiles were seen on the faces of attendees enjoying this treat. Chuck Allwein gave us a short history of the Jigger Shop. Thanks to Robin May for organizing this event and providing the Victorian displays.
Mt. Gretna's Kick-off 125th Anniversary Event "Treats and Trivia" Draws Capacity Crowd
Treats and Trivia winning team
Shown at the conclusion of the event are members of the winning team, from left, Bob Rader, Kristi Donahue, Penny Shoop, Brent Walley, Don Miller, Carole Miller, Kathy McKenna and Larry McKenna.
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