August 11, Thursday

12:00 Noon to 3:00 pm

Free photo booth at the Echo Pilot

24 E. Baltimore St.

Have a free photo taken with you family and/or friends from near and far with props offering the homecoming flavor of Old Home Week.

Joyce F. Nowell


12:00 Noon - 5:00 pm
Comfort Station

Location: Greencastle Presbyterian Church

 All are invited to stop by for a cool drink of water and a place to rest and relax in the shade. Note: Restrooms are not available.


1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library Open House

305 E. Baltimore Street

The DVD "A Gallery of History," narrated by Mike Conrad, will be shown continuously.  Local photos along with Glass Plate Negatives and other items will be on display. Refreshments will be served by "Friends of the library."

Handicap Accessible

Dawna Menton, Chair

(717) 597-7920 extension 3


1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Open House at the Railroad High Line Train Station

South Jefferson St

Committee; D. Kinzer, J. McDowell, D. Nichols, D. Ward

(717) 597-2923


1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Allison-Antrim Museum Open House

The museum house and 1860s German Bank Barn are air conditioned.  The barn has ADA accessible bathrooms,

365 South Ridge Avenue:

Open House, self-guided tours

Special Exhibits:  “Guns & Roses” – A collection of rare guns made by mid-1800s, Greencastle gunsmith Joshua Yous & wedding gowns (1786 is the earliest) from the museum’s collection and from friends of the museum.   In addition, the late Katty Grosh’s collection of Old Home Week ribbons and programs will be displayed.  See Phillip Baer’s grand piano and tuxedo.

2:00 pm Greencastle-Antrim Jeopardy – inaugural event

Bonnie Shockey, Chair


1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Family Chalk Art Contest

Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library,

305 E Baltimore Street

Parents and Children are invited to register to draw sidewalk art. Register by stopping by or calling Besore Library at 717-597-7920.

Cheyenne Bookwalter, Chair

(717) 597-7920 extension 4









8:00 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Time

VFW 6319 Post and Auxiliary

408 S Washington St

Come join us for a light breakfast of donuts, fruit cups, coffee, tea, milk or juice.

Please consider bringing a non-parishable food donation for our local food pantry.

Pat Meyers, Chair


9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Headquarters Open



9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Antique Tractor, Farm Machinery and Steam Engine Display

South Half Square

Antique Tractors and Farm Equipment.

Logan Horst, Chair


9:00 am - 8:00 pm

Greencastle Area Arts Council

Art Gallery Exhibit

Lilian Besore Memorial Library

Please visit the library to see the work of Nicole Troup.

Lori Facchina



9:00 am - 8:00 pm

Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Table Display

Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library,

305 East Baltimore Street, Greencastle

Each year, Lions Clubs International hosts a Peace Poster Contest for children ages 11-13 around the world. Greencastle Lions Club is proud to share the winners of the 2015-16 Contest through this tabletop display.

Joann Williams,717-375-2425


10:00 am - 1:00 pm

"Fun" Dog Show

Jerome R. King Playground -

Citizens Pavilion Area (North End of Park)

Please bring your chair

Area dogs "competing" for awards in 10 categories, such as best costume, best kisser, best trick.


Cora Crider, Chair

(717) 597-7237


11:00 am

Class of 1959

Thursday, August 11, 11:00 am

Gibbles Restaurant


11:00 am -1:00 pm

Root Beer Floats

On the square at BB&T

Join the team at the Greencastle BB&T office as they serve the best root beer floats in town, and they're free!

Contact BB&T at 717-593-6700


11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Anna's Paperworks and Studio U Open House

27 Center Square

Enjoy iced tea and lemonade as you browse through our art gallery, Studio U on the Square. The talents of local painters, photographers, pen & ink, and fiber artists will be showcased. Featured will be a painting done by local artist, John Gamble depicting a photo of Peggy Ann Bradnick. Bradnick was kidnapped near Shade Gap, Pennsylvania, on May 11, 1966. Peggy Ann, who was 17 years old at the time, was kidnapped by William Diller Hollenbaugh and held captive for seven days before she was rescued by Pennsylvania State Police and the FBI at a farm in Burnt Cabins, Pennsylvania. Her ordeal made national headlines, and the search was the largest manhunt in United States history at the time.

Denise A. Urban, Chair
(717) 597-1583

6:00 pm


This parade is one of the highlights of a week long celebration held triennially in the Greencastle-Antrim community.  Many marching organizations, floats, fire companies, etc. from the tri-state area are featured in this parade.

Rain date: Sat, Aug 13, 2:00 pm

Register before August 1, 2016


After the parade until 11:00 pm

Music on the Square

Band Stand, Center Square

Jason Kabler--Greencastle native and Nashville recording artist

Greg Hoover, Mike Bock

717 377-9689





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