Old Home Week 2016
39th Triennial Celebration
August 12, Friday
9:00 am - 8:00 pm
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Morning of Music
First United Methodist Church
45 N Washington St.
There will be music by local musicians and some group singing. Come enjoy a program of relaxing music. Sponsored by the Greencastle-Antrim Women's Fellowship.
Janice Bartles and Gloria Stahl, Co-chairs
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Danco Products Open House
Danco Products (Wrecker & Rollback Manufacturer), 411 South Cedar Lane (behind Blue Heron ), is offering public tours of our facility to see our manufacturing process and finished trucks. Open house with tours will be from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Children must be accompanied by adults.
9:00 am - 12:00 noon
Location: The Life Center
Raise awareness of human trafficking and how widespread it is and about combating it.
Jennie Beck, Chair
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Greencastle Area Arts Council
Art Gallery Exhibit
Lilian Besore Memorial Library
Please visit the library to see the work of Nicole Troup.
9:00 am - 5:00 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.
Public Meeting of Old Home Week Association, Inc Board of Directors
General business session and announcement of officers for the 40th Triennial Celebration 2019
EVERYONE WELCOME TO ATTEND
Rescue Hose Company
842 South Washington Street.
Use entrance on far left.
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Food Truck Friday
Location: First Community Bank of Mercersburg, 821 S Washington Street.
Smokin' D's Roadhouse BBQ, Romeo's Café and Rita's of Hagerstown will be joining us on our south lawn for your enjoyment. Receive one ticket for your choice of a BBQ Slider, Pizza, Zeppollis, 1/2 wrap, mac and cheese, beans, creamy cole slaw or Rita's delicious Italian Ice. Please note: one ticket per person. Additional food items will be available for your purchase. Free soda and popcorn! Photo booth by Speaks DJ! Get ready to smile and have a great time... 11:15 - Enjoy the portrayal of Philip Baer, Founder of Old Home Week, by Greencastle resident Dave Reeder. You won't want to miss this! Won't you please join us?
Michele Ford and Sara Hollinshead, Co-Chairs
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.
Denise A. Urban, Chair
Class of 1962
Land A Lunch (formerly LandisTool Co.)
20 East Sixth St. Waynesboro
Lunch at Land A Lunch, including tour through DL George
Museum,Tool Company history, and Waynesboro Tiger History Room.
Meet at main front entrance.
The Class has decided to open our events to anyone who would desire to attend. Reservations are required, please
contact Bill Shilling for information at 717-762-2469.
12:00 noon - 4:00 pm
3 vs 3 Basketball Tournament
Greencastle-Antrim High School
Participation is open to any Greencastle-Antrim resident from 6th grade-12th grade. Divisions will be created and based on the number of teams submitted for the tournament. All teams need to report to GAHS beginning at 12:00pm to view the schedule for the day. Please submit a roster of 3-4 members.
Jeremy Barnes, Chair
12:00 Noon - 5:00 pm
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 – 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.
Bonnie Shockey, Chair
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Fun Fair at the Playground
Jerome R. King Playground -
N. Carlisle Street (by the bandshell)
Demonstrations by Karate & Police K-9, fun and games, "Moon Bounce", pony rides, dunking tank, crafts, balloon bending, face painting and refreshments for young people age 2-17.
Nicole Bowser, Chair
717-597-9506 Ext. 202
If raining, activities will take place in the park pavilions.
39th Triennial Old Home Week Alumni Banquet
Blue Heron Events Catering,
407 S. Washington Street
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm Reception
5:30 pm - Buffet Dinner , $14.00 per person
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED -
Purchase Tickets at OHW Headquarters
by 10:00 pm Wednesday, August 10
Sponsored by Greencastle-Antrim Education Foundation
Ed Wine, Chair
Class of 1960 during the Alumni Banquet
Blue Heron - Special Events Center
Dinner followed by the Military Band Concert and Fireworks at Kaley Field, Greencastle-Antrim High School
Jim Snyder, Chairman
Sue S. Eckstine
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Class of 1961
John Allison House
Carole Miller Reeder and Bonny Bitner Andrews, Co-Chairs
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The United States Army Field Band Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus
Greencastle-Antrim High School Complex
MOVED TO HS AUDITORIUM
300 S. Ridge Avenue
Chairperson(s): Candy Mowen, Brock Bricker
Kaley Field & practice Fields (launched behind primary school)
Dave Kipp (chair), Darryl Crunkelton, Mike Garland
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