Learn about VisionCorps mission while learning more about a local business during a social gathering. VisionCorps’ monthly awareness event will be held on from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. tonight. There will be light refreshments and food will be provided. The North Museum is located at 400 College Avenue. The event is free.
Lancaster artists are busy preparing for Lancaster ArtWalk. Mark your calendar for Saturday, 3 May. While you wait, check out “Fusion Art: Mixed Media by Stephen Gambone” at the Community Room on King. Gambone’s artistic expression is comprised of recycled stories and emotion. The Community Room on King is located at 106 West King Street.
Art and wine make a great combination. Join Leslie and Renee Reese for the first Cocktails and Color Class at Cork. Renee, an artist herself, will guide attendees through the process of painting a masterpiece. The cost is $50 and includes art supplies. Alcohol will be available for purchase. Budding artists must be 21 to attend.
Come out to Tellus360 tonight for Delicate Steve at 8 p.m. The cover charge is $12. Tellus360 is located at 24 East King Street.
Do you enjoy reading? The Lancaster Public Library holds a Book Discussion at 10 a.m. the second Thursday of each month. This month’s selection is Robert Heinlein’s The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. If Science Fiction is your preferred genre, try the SyFan Book Club tonight. Tonight’s selection is Patrick Rothfuss’ The Name of the Wind. The groups are both free to join and meet in the Windolph Room.
Thaddeus Stevens College is hosting a conference today for the HVAC industry. Due to the conference, the MAC parking lot will be closed until 4 p.m. today.
Brain Orthopedic Spine Specialists, an orthopedic, spine and neurosurgical practice has announced the appointment of Robert T Still as its new Chief Executive Officer. Still will direct the day-to-day activities of a 52-person multi-specialty practice. Brain Orthopedic Spine Specialists was formerly known as Argires, Becker, Marotti and Westphal (ABMW).
The Lancaster County Preservation Trust’s Our Present Past has been digitized and is posted on the Preservation Trust’s website – www.hptrust.org. Years ago, in 1985, the Trust comprised the book covering the county’s architectural history. The project was funded by the Steinman Foundation and the Lancaster County Community Foundation.
April 15th is deadline day. Not only are taxes due that day, but it is also the deadline to register for the YWCA Race Against Racism. The 5k is scheduled for Saturday, 26 April. Held rain or shine, the race supports the YWCA of Lancaster in its efforts to advocate racial justice and equality.
Despite the warm weather this week, we are still talking about the effects of this past winter! The severity of the winter took its toll in many ways. Two areas affected were school calendars and voting. Voting? Yes, normally Carter & MacRae, Lafayette and Ross elementary and Reynolds Middle schools are used as polling places. The School District of Lancaster has had to make some changes to its original school calendar due to all the snow days of this past winter. According to Lancaster Newspapers, the May primaries will not be able to be held at those locations since school will now be in session. The May Primary is 20 May.
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