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Lancaster City Morning Buzz: Sunday, 12 January

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The First Presbyterian Church of Lancaster will present a staged reading this afternoon. The first one act play offers a woman’s perspective on Jesus' relationship with women. The play, “Touched” by Geoff Kohler, explores how, as a first century Jewish man, He treated women differently. The second one act play is written by Bill Adams. Titled “Bound,” it is a look at a trio of neighbors bound together by their common experiences. The event is free and begins at 4:30 p.m. There will be refreshments and discussions afterward. The Church is located at 140 East Orange Street.

Get out and enjoy the breezy – nut dry – weather today! Start your day at the Lancaster County Park with the Lancaster Road Runners Club (LRRC). Tuesday’s run is at Long’s Park and Thursday’s is at Mt Gretna. Biking more your thing? The Lancaster Bike Club has several rides scheduled. For more information, go to www.lancasterbikeclub.org.

Enjoy Sunday brunch today at Commonwealth on Queen or POUR. Brunch is served at Commonwealth on Queen from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This quaint little café is located at 301 North Queen Street. POUR is an American restaurant and wine bar located at 114 North Prince Street. They are serving up Toad in a Hole, Mother Goose's Farm Frittata, and Stuffed Brioche French Toast today at brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Take advantage of the Sunday free metered parking to take in the many galleries throughout the City. The Pennsylvania College of Art & Design (PCA&D) will display the art of the late Robert Cunningham. PCA&D is handicapped accessible. The school is located at 204 N Prince Street. Gallery360 presents a Juried Landscape Show. The Gallery360 is located on the second floor of Tellus360, located at 24 East King Street.

A flood watch remains in effect today until 7 p.m. Today and Monday should be nice, with highs in the upper 40’s. The National Weather Service is calling for rain Monday evening and Tuesday. Wednesday, for a change of pace, brings a chance of snow!

United Way of Lancaster County’s free helpline, PA 2-1-1 East, is now offering a free online database of community resources and agencies to help residents with various needs. The online database, located at www.PA211East.org, has step-by-step instructions for those using it for the first time.

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