HOT ACAC EVENTS
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY – We follow the Gettysburg Area School District schedule for delays or closings during inclement weather. When the Gettysburg schools are closed, all day and evening classes will be postponed. We will make every effort to contact students and notify them of the status of their class. When G.A.S.D. has a 2-hour delay, we will open at 11:00 a.m.
Paint & Wine Night: Be an Artist for the Night – Thursdays, February 5, – 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Grab a friend, or come and make some new friends and enjoy an evening of artistic creativity, wine and amusement. We’ll provide the supplies and step by step instruction to complete a piece of art- no experience necessary! Bring your favorite beverage and have fun while you paint and socialize! BYOB Marie Smith, $36/ per session Register thru Paypal
An Evening with NY Times Best-selling Author KELLY CORRIGAN – Join us on Friday, March 20 at 7 pm
Kelly Corrigan won an avid following from critics, readers, and booksellers for her finely wrought and deeply emotional memoirs about how we connect to the people in our lives. Corrigan introduced us to her father, the lively and optimistic Greenie, in The Middle Place and explored the often-turbulent air around parenthood in Lift. In her New York Times bestselling hardcover from earlier this year, she examined the bond—sometimes nourishing, sometimes exasperating, occasionally divine—between mothers and daughters in GLITTER AND GLUE. Reading a book by Kelly Corrigan is like having a heart-to-heart with your smartest, funniest confidante. Hearing her read from and talk about the book in person guarantees an unforgettable experience. Join us on Friday, March 20 at 7 pm for an evening with Kelly, as she celebrates the paperback release of Glitter and Glue. Registration for this fantastic evening includes: Wine and hors d’oeuvres, Live music presented by local jazz group, Pomona’s Trio (Lisa Cadigan, vocals; Bret Crawford, saxophone; Marc Jalbert, guitar), a presentation by the engaging Kelly Corrigan, a paperback copy of Glitter and Glue and an opportunity to have the author sign your book.
Don’t want to wait in a long line to check in or to have your book signed? Want to enjoy preferred seating at the event? Register as a “VIP” for just $15 more. Your additional contribution supports the Adams County Arts Council, making it possible for us to bring you more events like this one, serving our mission to cultivate an arts-rich community.
KCBS BBQ Judging Class & Table Captain Class – March 28, 2015 – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
KCBS teams are known for cooking some of the best barbeque in the world, but it takes a dedicated team of judges to decide which is truly the best-of-the-best. Being a Certified Barbeque Judge (CBJ) means more than just getting to taste award-winning barbeque – and deciding which barbeque wins those awards. It’s about representing and spreading the message of KCBS, which is to promote America’s cuisine – barbeque. To become a CBJ, just attend one of the hundreds of classes conducted by KCBS every year throughout the country. In a half-day’s time, you’ll learn how to grade world-class chicken, pulled pork, ribs and brisket – and taste them during the process! By the time you’re finished, you’ll be ready to sign up for the next competition in your area! And remember: your CBJ fee also includes one year’s membership to KCBS. It’s a win-win!
Call our office to register at 717-334-5006 or print out the form below and return it to us!
Annual Juried Art Exhibition
Robin Jacobs -“FOLD” Best of Show 2014
$2750 in Cash Prizes
Entry Deadline March 13, 2015