Weekly News for November 8



  • Monday, November 11

PNHA General Membership Meeting 7 pm, Mont Alto Firehall

 Snowflake Making Class, Grove Family Library, 1 - 2 pm

fast, fun and easy, small ones make good tree ornaments, large ones are elegant in hallways or over mantels. No fussy cutting or precise measureing required. Open to the public and free bring along your crafty friends.  Grove will be offering this same class again on Wednesday, November 20

  • Monday, November 11 & 18, 6:30 - 8 pm

Grove Family Library NaNoWriMO (National Novel Writing Month Program) This November, a group of us are taking part in National Writing Month.  It's a hands on writing adventure where every day people all around the world bash out a 50,000-word novel in thirty days.  No judges or entry fees, just a whole lot of fun.  If you complete a 50,000-word novel in November, Amazon will provide five paperback copies for free on Create Space. Program is open to the public, adults and teens are invited to participate.

  • Tuesday, November 12                                             

Mah Jonng Day of Fun, 9 am Chambersburg VFW, $20 to register, lunch provided, benefits Women in Need, Not A Tournament. Details or to register contact Michele Johnson gjohnson913@comcast.net, Mary Davis marydavis52@gmail.com, or Carmen Richardson carmen.richardson@gmail.com    

  • Thursday, November 14    

Penn State Mont Alto Adult Education 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Mont Alto Campus Multipurpose Activities Center, 1 Campus DR, Mont Alto. 

Penn State Mont Alto is proud to host an event geared to adult learners in our community.

Click  here for details.


Free Document Shredding, up to 5 boxes Giant, Norland Avenue 7 am to 6 pm    

  • Friday & Saturday, November 15 - 16 

Ben Jones Art Show

Kepler Center Hagerstown Community Colleg

Friday 5 -8 pm and Saturday 11-1

  • Saturday, November 16

Conococheague Audubon Society field trip, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, 6 am departure, Greencastle. Free contact Eric & Rhetta Martin 597-8675 or rhettaanderic@embarqmail.com 

  • Saturday, November 16 - 23  

150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address Reflections of History: Hope and Healing Events. Too many events to list. Click  here for full schedule.





Presented by Chambersburg Community Theatre, Inc.

November 15 - 24, click here for show times and details.

150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address

Reflections of History: Hope and Healing Events 

November 16 - 23

Too many events to list. Click here for full schedule.

Quincy Village Model Railroad Club

Annual Holiday Open House Sunday, December 1, 1 -4 pm

Quincy Village Retirement Community, Winter Building

Free admission and refreshments, 749-2397 for details.

Master Gardeners Workshop Fresh Holiday Kissing Ball

December 14, 9 -11 am Ag Heritage Building 185 Franklin Farm Lane

Join master gardeners in a hands on workshop to make an interesting fresh decoration to hang for the holiday season. $25, limited space  call 263-9226 to register.

Chambersburg Garden Club Greens Sale

December 6th pickup & lunch, click here for details.  You can preorder wreaths until the 29th of November call Diana 263-0836 or Joan 263-8250.




  • Monday, November 11

Just the Facts, The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a 13-Year-Old Boy By: Naoki Higashida  

Bridge Club, Inn Meeting Room 12:00 pm Penn National  Lions Club, Inn Meeting Room 6pm

  • Tuesday, November 12

Penn National Bridge Club, 12 pm Inn Meeting Rm   

Easy Readers, And the Mountains Echoed By: Khaled Hosseini 

Healthy Eating Adventures, Potluck dinner 6:30 pm Founders Grille

Page Turners, Palisades Park By: Alan Brennert




  • Penn National Golf Center closed for the season.
  • The Penn National Pro Shop Winter hours are 8 am to 5 pm daily, weather dependant.
  • Founders Grille last day for the season today! Serving 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. Hot dogs and snacks will be available in the Pro Shop starting Tuesday November 12. Click here for full schedule of course, Pro Shop and Grille hours.
  • As winter approaches, the post office has asked us to remind you that snow must be removed from in front of your mailbox so the postal truck has access or they will not be able to deliver the mail.