Sunday, March 5, 2017

Pack your Bags for Lancaster County this Spring

March certainly came in like a lion with frigid temperatures here in Lancaster County. Let's hope we go out like a lamb and welcome some warmer weather for all the awesome upcoming events. There are some great activities lined up during the next few weeks so be sure to make reservations at one of our always-accommodating inns at www.authenticbandb.com.
Ephrata Performing Arts Center will welcome King Lear to its stage March 16-25. Hailing as one of William Shakespeare's greatest tragedies, the play follows King Lear and his three daughters as he slowly goes mad. For tickets, show times, and other information, visit the Ephrata Performing Arts Center's website.
King Lear at Ephrata Performing Arts Center
Quilting enthusiasts can visit the New Holland Quilt Auction held at the Garden Spot Fire Hall March 21 and May 23. The sale features talented needlework from many different quilters. Items are available for viewing the day before the event and the auction typically starts at 9 a.m. Food and beverages are also available.
Quilt Auction
The Garden Spot Village Marathon hits the ground running on April 8 with full, half and kid's marathons. The 9th annual event takes runners through beautiful Amish Country. Not a runner? Not a problem because the spectating is just as fun.
Garden Spot Village Marathon
Attention lovers of beer and trains! The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania will welcome its Second Annual Rails and Ales Benefit April 8. The train museum will open its doors to breweries, food trucks and live entertainment featuring Columbia Kettle Works, Mad Chef Craft Brewing, Wacker Brewing Company and many more. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many local food trucks including Lancaster Burger, Speckled Hen or Rocky's BBQ. Entertainment is provided by Mark DeRose & The Dreadnought Brigade and Vinegar Creek Constituency.
Rails and Ales Benefit
Head to Ephrata between April 13 and 29 and check out the Best Kept Secrets Tour, featuring stops at stores, log cabins, Victorian mansions, old factories, private homes, cafes, and gourmet shops. Tickets are $9 each with $1 per ticket benefiting the Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County. Guests will receive a booklet with the 40 participants, a map, coupons from businesses, entry forms to win a shopping spree, and a goodie bag for the first 2,000 people.
There's so many wonderful events happening in the coming weeks in Lancaster. Our Authentic Bed & Breakfasts are the best choice when it comes to overnight stays, so visit us at www.authenticbandb.com and reserve your room now.

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