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Autumn Excursion

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

A family weekend with food and craft vendors, entertainment, and historical demonstrations. Saturday night features the annual pumpkin parade and Legend of the Hairy Hand.

The Friends can be found on Facebook and their website. Stay in touch!

Get ready to visit some of the hardest working farms in Frederick County. Homegrown Hay Days is traditionally held during the third weekend of October. Participating farms are stepping it up this year! On October 15th and 16th  2022, area farms will open up their doors. There’s no registration or ticket required. Travel the countryside and stop at one or all of them! Each farm plans to host a variety of special activities and events. While you’re enjoying your time on the farm, you’ll also be learning about agriculture in Frederick County.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Held on the second and last Fridays of each month from May through September, the Brunswick Famers’ market brings producer-only food and crafts from local farms, nurseries, wineries, cheese makers, bakers and more, plus a featured food truck, to the heart of downtown.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Experience this unique festival in central PA dedicated exclusively to tea.

At The Pennsylvania Tea Festival, you will be introduced to a wide variety of specialty teas to expand and enhance your knowledge of tea and tea culture.

This two-day specialty tea event will be held in the fragrant herb gardens of The Rosemary House and Sweet Remembrances Tea Room in charming downtown Mechanicsburg. The Festival will feature guided tea tastings, tea samplings offered by many tea experts, a variety of merchants and vendors, a range of teas and herbal tisanes, tea tastings and tea culture, informative programs, musical entertainment, and peace and tranquility in the herb gardens!

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Enjoy the views from the deck, terrace and Jack’s Event Room while dinner by Summer Creek Cuisine is paired with different wines.

Take a relaxing stroll around the vineyards and finish with made to order dessert crepes by Creative Crepes.

$45 per ticket, pay at the door

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Held on the second and last Fridays of each month from May through September, the Brunswick Famers’ market brings producer-only food and crafts from local farms, nurseries, wineries, cheese makers, bakers and more, plus a featured food truck, to the heart of downtown.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Excursions run south from Walkersville, through the Walkersville Community Park, and past Fountain Rock, site of a 100-year old lime kiln. The ride continues south through the woods, and then out into picturesque Maryland farm country past Barricks Farm, established in the early 1820’s. On a clear day you can view the Catoctin Mountains west of Frederick. Before returning to the Walkersville Station you will cross the beautiful Monocacy River on the recently reconstructed railroad bridge.

The ride is leisurely, with speeds limited to ten miles per hour. Passengers may choose to ride in our open-air excursion car, remodeled passenger coaches, or the caboose. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis and excursions last 1 hour and 10 minutes and are held rain or shine!

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Enjoy the beauty of our 8-acre sunflower field with thousands of sunflowers in bloom! We planted over 35 different varieties and colors making every sunflower unique! Take Instaworthy photos as you walk through and pick your own from our stunning variety of sunflowers! Come visit, pick your perfect sunflowers, take epic pictures, sip a local drink in our spacious tent, and relax at Summers Farm’s 3rd Annual Sunflower Festival!

August Dates: 8/27, 8/28

September Dates: 9/3, 9/4, 9/5, 9/10, 9/11

Held on the second and last Fridays of each month from May through September, the Brunswick Famers’ market brings producer-only food and crafts from local farms, nurseries, wineries, cheese makers, bakers and more, plus a featured food truck, to the heart of downtown.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

If you’re looking to see the farm in all its glory, make sure this date is on your calendar. Bring your camera or your paintbrush, and enjoy our fields at their peak.

Roots’ staff will also be conducting free tours of the farm every hour on the hour, from 10 am – 1 pm, during Open Farm Day on August 20th.

Join friends and family for a scenic 4.5-mile run/walk/hike at Opossum Lake! You’ll be amazed at this little gem in the middle of Cumberland County and glad you tackled this well-loved and scenic course.

The race is a roughly 4.5-mile counterclockwise loop around the lake. The terrain includes grassy fields, pavement, rocks, roots, and potentially mud. Participants will see the lake, perhaps some wildlife, and take in fabulous views of the lake. The defining view is from the top of the epic “Fealtman Hill” at mile 3 where you can catch a glimpse of the entire lake and catch your breath on the downhill.

The official trail name is the Anglers Access Trail, with an additional out and back on Mt. Zion Road. Feel free to check the area out beforehand or find reviews on AllTrails.com, the PA Fish and Boat commission site, or find a local to give you a tour!

New for 2022! There will be a team competition to allow families, groups, organizations, or friends to compete as a unit. Teams consist of 3 members and results are based on cumulative time.

Click here to sign up.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Check back for specific details about our 2022 festival, but mark your calendars now for a weekend of fun to include live music, food, family fun, samples, wagon rides, ice cream, and more!

Welcome to the 2nd Annual Cumberland Valley Fly Fishing and Outdoor Festival. We had to postpone this event due to the pandemic… but we are thrilled to be back this year!

This festival is a celebration of Fly Fishing and the Outdoors and will be an amazing two days of education and fun. Presented by TCO Fly Shop, The Allenberry, and Tröegs Brewing. This 2-day festival will feature live music, great food, Tröegs beer, amazing product giveaways, educational seminars, and a cornhole tournament!

From an educational perspective, we will be covering all types of topics, including casting clinics, fly tying demos, gear reviews, destination trips, Appalachian Trail activities, and much more.

Held on the second and last Fridays of each month from May through September, the Brunswick Famers’ market brings producer-only food and crafts from local farms, nurseries, wineries, cheese makers, bakers and more, plus a featured food truck, to the heart of downtown.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

Held on the second and last Fridays of each month from May through September, the Brunswick Famers’ market brings producer-only food and crafts from local farms, nurseries, wineries, cheese makers, bakers and more, plus a featured food truck, to the heart of downtown.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

A deluxe 3 hour tubing trip on a broad, scenic, and less commercialized section of the Potomac River. Bald eagles and Great Blue Herons are often sighted on this serene tubing trip. Tubes, lifejackets, snacks, a shuttle, and a guide are all included on the trip. This trip runs from Brunswick to the Lander boat ramp wherein guests are shuttled back to Brunswick.

Rose Hill will host a Plein Air festival July 15th-16th. Visitors can come to the park and watch artists paint Friday 12-6pm and Saturday 9-6pm. Artwork will be placed on exhibit in the museum during normal open hours from July 22nd-August 31st.

Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!

The Ship Open Air Market supports local, sustainable growers, artists, and entrepreneurs while promoting a healthy lifestyle encouraging balance, moderation, and variety in a family-friendly atmosphere.

All vendors must grow or make/prepare the products that are being sold at their stand. Farms must be located within a 90-mile radius of the market. Resale of products is allowed with a stipulation of an 80/20 combination which means 80% of the product must be grown/prepared by the vendor, and the other 20% can be from another farm/business.

Vendors at this small market offer fresh, seasonal produce, canned goods, wine, bread, candy, flowers, dairy products, desserts, nuts, soaps & lotions, craft beer, and more.

Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!
Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!
Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!
Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!

Sundays
June 5 – Oct 23, 2022
(no class on June 26 and July 3)
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Join us for an all-levels yoga class with a spectacular view from the top of the mountain. Classes will be held on the Mansion terrace and are appropriate for beginners. They will include breathing and meditation and end with a guided relaxation. Modifications will be offered. There is no better way to reset your nervous system and practice mindfulness than in the great outdoors!

Please bring your own mats/blankets and any other tools, such as blocks, that you would like to use. In the event of rain, the class moves to the pavilion just across from the Education Center. A $10 donation that benefits the Friends of Kings Gap is suggested.

The John Graham Library’s “Farmers’ Market on the Lawn” runs from May 7th to October 29th, 2022 on Saturdays from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. You’ll find locally grown produce, plants, and handcrafted items. Vendor spaces are always free. Visit the library website to arrange your own free space, or contact the library at 717-776-5900 or johngraham@cumberlandcountylibraries.org.

Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!

Held on the second and last Fridays of each month from May through September, the Brunswick Famers’ market brings producer-only food and crafts from local farms, nurseries, wineries, cheese makers, bakers and more, plus a featured food truck, to the heart of downtown.

Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!
Approximate Harvest Dates (depends on weather and crop yield):
Sweet Cherries – June 16 through July 10
Sour/Tart Cherries – Ready June 25 through July 15
Overall, our crop looks good. We anticipate having plenty of sweet cherries and sour cherries for pick-your-own.
Don’t feel like picking? No worries. You may also purchase fruit in our farm market.
If you’re coming from a distance, please call first for availability (717-677-8558).
Cash, check, and all forms of credit cards are accepted. No appointment is needed to pick. Sign-up in person or preregister online here: https://www.boyernurseries.com/pyo-waiver/ Please bring along or show a copy of the completed form to staff when you arrive. Choice of heavy-duty plastic bags or 8-qt. plastic buckets provided for picking. You can take the bags home or bring your own containers for transferring fruit.
NOTE: Due to food safety regulations, we cannot allow dogs or pets in harvest areas. Service dogs are allowed.
Thank you in advance for your visit. We look forward to seeing you!

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Come celebrate the 159th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. This history-filled two-day event will feature battle reenactments, artillery and cavalry demonstrations, living history programs, tours of the historic and restored house & barn, and much more each day!

This two-day, family-friendly Civil War event will take place on the hallowed ground of the GBPA’s 146-acre Daniel Lady Farm which borders the Gettysburg National Military Park at Benner Hill. The farm was the site of artillery placements and infantry preparations for the Confederate attack on Culp’s Hill. The house and barn became a field hospital. Shell fragments and soldiers’ carved initials are preserved in the barn, along with blood-stained floors in the house.

Click here to purchase tickets.

Come celebrate the 159th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. This history-filled two-day event will feature battle reenactments, artillery and cavalry demonstrations, living history programs, tours of the historic and restored house & barn, and much more each day!

This two-day, family-friendly Civil War event will take place on the hallowed ground of the GBPA’s 146-acre Daniel Lady Farm which borders the Gettysburg National Military Park at Benner Hill. The farm was the site of artillery placements and infantry preparations for the Confederate attack on Culp’s Hill. The house and barn became a field hospital. Shell fragments and soldiers’ carved initials are preserved in the barn, along with blood-stained floors in the house.

Click here to purchase tickets.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Held on the second and last Fridays of each month from May through September, the Brunswick Famers’ market brings producer-only food and crafts from local farms, nurseries, wineries, cheese makers, bakers and more, plus a featured food truck, to the heart of downtown.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

Take part in a New Moon Fire Ceremony led by Shaman Banzhoff. The focus will be on respecting yourself and others.

What is a fire ceremony? It is a simple act of gathering together at a fire to support each other. Shaman Banzhoff will open a sacred space, inclusively honoring each person’s individual belief system. She then creates the opportunity for each person to release a stick into the fire to create or let go of something in their lives. All are welcome. The evening is free. A donation will be accepted after the ceremony.

This event is part of Carlisle Pride Week.

Join us for a day in the lavender field. Enjoy picturesque views, vendors, live music, food trucks, glasses & bottles of wine, pints & growlers of beer, handcrafted distilled spirits, educational seminars & demonstrations. Relax in the fragrant field, photograph the scenery, and shop the artisan vendors. Gifts, plants, dried lavender, and freshly cut bundles will be available for purchase.

Please note – wine tastings and beer flights will NOT be available during this event. Due to the size of the festival, only glasses & bottles will be availble during the event. Check out our tasting room hours, wine list, and details about joining us for wine tastings & beer flights on the winery/brewery/distillery tab. We will offer free tastings of our handcrafted distilled spirits including our award winning Lavender Gin & Lavender Vodka – limit one per person/must be 21 w/govt. issued photo ID..

All adults and children over 2 years of age require a ticket to attend the event. Tickets cover a single day entry to festival. Advanced ticket purchase is required. All ticket sales are final and event will be held rain or shine. Space is limited – purchase your ticket today. This is predominately an adult event due to the nature of the facility.

Lavender is a plant that thrives in direct sunlight. The event is hosted in our beautiful fields. We have limited areas of shade and lots of sunlight. Sunscreen, large hats, & umbrellas are recommended.

No outside food or beverages are permitted except bottled water.

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With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.

With over 25 vendors, guests can find locally-grown produce, home-baked goods, dairy products, honey, canned goods/sauces, flowers, cider, and more.

Farmers on the Square (FOTS) is a volunteer and farmer-run seasonal market that operates in downtown Carlisle, PA. All of our vendors live and work within 50 miles of Carlisle.