Thursday Feb 22 @ 7:30 AM
2018 Healthcare Legislative / Legal Update
Central Penn Business Group on Health – Developing an effective employee benefit plan and managing it prudently requires constant vigilance. Changes in employee demographics can impact costs, while shifts in regulatory requirements can increase complexity. As an employee benefit plan sponsor or other plan fiduciary, you have a primary responsibility to ensure that the plan that is in place fully complies with all applicable rules and regulations, from federal and state labor departments as well as from the IRS. Join us on Thursday, February 22, 2018 as the experts from McNees, Wallace and Nurick, LLC discuss the issues and priorities related to healthcare legislation and current regulations. Stephen Kern and Eric Athey will be on hand to address all of our benefit questions and concerns. As always, their emphasis will be on understanding the practical implications of the laws of the land and the key strategies that immediately can be implemented to deal with them efficiently and effectively. This event is well attended and draws an excellent mix of business leaders, executive level business professionals, local government officials, benefit managers and human resources professionals.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 9:00 AM
Importance of Audience Engagment Workshop
PCA&D - Pennsylvania College of Art & Design – Don't Just Do It, Do it RIGHT and Do It with Personality. Today, artists, authors, musicians, and other creators are expected to be entrepreneurs and marketers, too. Small business owners, solopreneurs, and even those working for agencies and companies also wear many hats. It is absolutely critical for us to understand how to leverage web and social media properly for not just marketing, but also customer service and retention. We must engage, sincerely, enthusiastically and frequently, with our audience; we must have an up-to-date web presence, and we must be active in other online communities. In this session, learn why audience engagement matters and how to build an extension of yourself online using little- or no-cost tools. You'll leave with ideas on how to interact meaningfully with your audience, as well as with a list of resources.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 3:00 PM
Curator's Tour: Freedom "to secure the Blessings of Liberty" – Join Assistant Curator Tori Pyle for a tour of the exhibition FREEDOM: “to secure the Blessings of Liberty,” plus collections items not currently on display! The tour will focus on the theme of Race and Freedom, and give context to February 22’s Colloquium "Demystifying the Underground Railroad." (To learn more about the Colloquium, visit Advance tickets are required and can be purchased by clicking the ticket button in this event or calling (717) 392-4633. Tickets are $10 for Members; $15 for Non-Members.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Demystifying the Underground Railroad – The Underground Railroad (UGRR) was the first interracial activist movement in the United States. It brought together people of diverse backgrounds and from a variety of regions, including Pennsylvania, in defiance of the institution of slavery. There are many myths which surround its operation. However, it becomes less mysterious upon understanding how it operated, the dangers faced by participants, and its impact upon both the South and the North. As this talk examines the effectiveness of the Underground Railroad, it also will offer insights into its significance as a catalyst for the Civil War. EVENT INFORMATION Thursday, February 22, 2018 Reception at 4pm | Main Presentation at 4:30pm Free & Open to the Public
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:00 PM
Vintage Jewelry Collage Workshop
Art of Recycle – Create a vintage jewelry collage from our fabulous collection of vintage jewelry at Art of Recycle! We have lots of beads and jewelry parts to make a beautifully framed masterpiece! Go to the ticket link and check out some of the photos of collages that have already been created at AoR. This workshop is for adults and teens, 16 and older. It is a 35 dollar fee per person for this workshop. All materials are included. -Vintage jewelry, beads, buttons -Framed display -Variety of stenciled forms to create your collage on (or design your own) -Adhesive Pre-pay to register. Our workshops fill up quickly, don't wait to reserve your spot!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:00 PM
Craft on Tap - Personalized Leather Journal Covers
Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen – Now that January has passed, lets really get our brains organized and create a place where we can put this year’s ideas, adventures, and even our grocery lists. Come join designer maker Lisa Parmer Ditty of LPDstudios for this Craft on Tap and make these custom designed journal covers. Our journals are 4 x 6 and are a perfect fit for any individuals handbag or back pocket. Not only will you be sewing your journal, but the best part is you get to personalize them with your own design. We will be learning how to use a die cut machine to create our compositions or you can bring your own sketches. Lisa will also be bringing other embellishments like decorative studs and brads. There will be several color journal covers to choose from. As always, this is a casual affair and there will beer and snacks as you create, dream up and chat about this year’s adventures! $35 includes all materials needed to make your personalized leather journal along with complimentary craft beer from Wacker Brewing Company!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 7:30 PM
Trust Concert: Peter Kenote and The Trust Collective
The Trust Performing Arts Center – Join New York Philharmonic violist, Peter Kenote, and The Trust Collective as they present favorite selections from Baroque to Broadway. The program will feature some of Lancaster's most respected musicians in an intimate evening of desserts and delectable musical delights.
    Friday Feb 23 @ 10:00 AM
ProStat Recruitment event
PA CareerLink of Lancaster County – ? CNA – 11673256 o Per Diem, $14.00 – $16.50/Hour ? LPN – 11673291 o Per Diem, $24.50-$29.50/Hour ? RN Supervisor – 11673305 o Per Diem, $30-$38/Hour *All positions require the ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
    Friday Feb 23 @ 5:00 PM
Friday Happy Hour ft. Todd Umstead
Annie Bailey's Irish Public House – Get your weekend started off the right way – at Happy Hour! You can always count on food/drink specials & live music in the pub every Friday from 5-7pm. This week's music: Todd Umstead Music Full Happy Hour specials » • $2 off Specialty Cocktails • $2 off Miller Lite & Yuengling • $3 off all Irish beers & Blue Moon • specials run from 5-7pm in the bar areas only! Friday specials: • $5 Stateside Vodka drinks » ALL DAY • $1 off wine by the glass » ALL DAY • $4 Jack & Coke drinks » 9-11pm
    Friday Feb 23 @ 8:00 PM
Patrick Coman CD release w/Liz Fulmer & Chris Kauffman
Tellus360 – Patrick Coman CD release w/Liz Fulmer & Chris Kauffman (The Deconstructionist) at Tellus 360 in An Sibin Visit the website link for more details:
    Friday Feb 23 - Feb 24 @ 10:00 PM
Green Eggs Duo
Annie Bailey's Irish Public House – The Green Eggs Duo returns for some Friday night jammin'... Friday specials: • $5 Stateside Vodka drinks » ALL DAY • $1 off wine by the glass » ALL DAY • $4 Jack & Coke drinks » 9-11pm
    Saturday Feb 24 @ 7:00 AM
2018 Rise Above Tournament
Raritan Valley ATA – Join us for our first regional tournament in Manheim, PA at the Spooky Nook Sports Complex! The Rise Above Tournament is a call to always take action and excel beyond our limits. Please continue to watch this event page as we add new updates, sponsors, and special announcements!
    Saturday Feb 24 @ 8:00 AM
Traditional English Breakfast
Bulls Head Public House – Join us every Saturday morning for our English Breakfast here at the Bulls Head Public House. The full bar is open as well. The "Full Monty" includes English bacon & sausage, eggs, baked beans, mushrooms, tomato, toast, and coffee for $9.50. (add Black Pudding $.75 a slice). For those of us who are want something a bit "lighter", we offer: • Toasted Bacon Sandwich $5.50 • Sausage Sandwich $6.00 • Add Egg to any sandwich for $.75
    Saturday Feb 24 @ 9:00 AM
Free Boating Course
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission – Susquehanna Heritage and the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission have teamed up to provide this free Basic Boating Course. Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission staff will present information on boating and water safety in a family-friendly format. Students who successfully complete the course and exam at the end will be eligible to obtain a Boating Safety Education Certificate. Bring your own bagged lunch. Pre-registration is suggested as seating is limited. The Boating Safety Education Certificates are required for all operators of personal watercraft, regardless of age, and for boat operators born after January 1, 1982 that operate motorboats of more than 25 horsepower. Students who successfully complete this course may apply for a Boating Safety Education Certificate issued by the Commission. To receive a Boating Safety Education Certificate, the student must send a check or money order for $10.00 to the Commission. The PA Basic Boating course meets the mandatory education standards set by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) for motorboat operation, and Commission certification is accepted in most states with mandatory education requirements.
    Saturday Feb 24 @ 2:00 PM
We the People 14 Black History Month Celebration – Join us at Bright Side Opportunities Center as we celebrate Black History Month! "We the People...14" features poetry, music and dance celebrating the 150th anniversary of the 14th Amendment. This program is family friendly and will include live short performances, a brief explanation on the significance of the 14th Amendment, and an extensive soul food menu. Come ready to fellowship with friends and family and enjoy some favorite foods! THIS EVENT IS FREE, but pre-registration is recommended. Visit the EventBrite link below to register your spot. For more information, please send us a message. We look forward to sharing the day with you, and celebrating our unique history together! Sponsored by: Theatre for Transformation Bright Side Opportunities Center Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Lancaster Monthly Meeting Healing Racism
    Saturday Feb 24 - Feb 25 @ 4:00 PM
Benefit for Coby Wright / 4 Diamonds Fund
Hurricane Pizza Grill – Come join us to raise money for Coby Wright and the Four Diamonds fund. Coby is a team member here at the Hurricane, as well as the son of Belinda Werner (our Tavern Manager.) Coby has been diagnosed with a rare form of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma that he's determined to kick! Because so many friends of the family and guests of the Hurricane keep asking what they can do for him, Coby and his family has decided to hold a fund raiser for the Four Diamonds fund as well as raise money to buy chemotherapy vests for other people going through the same thing. Come help us give back to a great organization, buy chemotherapy vests and have fun with the guys from 30 West Entertainment and Hurricane Team. A portion of our sales will be donated to the fund, as well as all proceeds from promotional items that will be available that night. Silent auction items and door prizes too! More details to come about event. Please click INTERESTED in this event and SHARE as much as you can!
    Saturday Feb 24 @ 8:00 PM
The Orderlies at Tellus360
Tellus360 – The Orderlies at Tellus360! Set from 8 to 9:30. Mark your calendars because it's gonna be fun! Sub-Radio at Tellus360 will be after our set! $5 cover 21+
    Saturday Feb 24 - Feb 25 @ 10:00 PM
Sub-Radio at Tellus360
Tellus360 – Sub-Radio is playing live at the Tellus 360
    Saturday Feb 24 - Feb 25 @ 10:00 PM
King Street DJs
Annie Bailey's Irish Public House – Saturday night features the King Street DJs collective, featuring a regular rotation of DJ talent led by Lancaster Sound LLC - DJ Stoolie. Go ahead – shake something. $4 Captain & Cokes » 9-11pm $4 Absolut drinks » 9-11pm
    Sunday Feb 25 @ 11:00 AM
Traditional English Sunday Roast
Bulls Head Public House – Join us every weekend for our traditional Sunday Roast. Served from 11am to 4pm in the General Sutter Inn and the Bulls Head Public House, our roast features the following items: • Sliced Prime Rib Roast with Gravy • Yorkshire Pudding • Roasted Carrots, Parsnips, Potatoes & Brussel Sprouts Pricing: Adults $16.95 Kids ages 6 -11 $8.99 Children under age of 6 eat FREE