Welcome to the 15th Annual IceFest in downtown Chambersburg presented to you by M&T Bank

IceFest originated in 2002 to help shake the mid-winter blues that fall upon us. A large group of volunteers came together to bring displays and other activities to get us out of our houses and into our local community. Over the years, the committee has grown, the events have grown and the crowds have grown.

Thanks to M&T Bank’s continued sponsorship,  local business and community support and coordination by the Borough, Downtown Chambersburg, Inc., Council for the Arts, Downtown Business Council and IceFest Committee members, IceFest has evolved to one of the largest outdoor ice festivals in Pennsylvania.

Celebrate IceFest!  Pull out your favorite scarf and mittens, bundle the kids up and be sure to grab your camera;  you won’t want to miss the faces of those that sit upon the giant ice throne for the first time or stand beside their favorite sculpture.  You can also catch a glimpse of the carvers from DiMartino Ice sculpting right in front of your eyes!  Skilled in their art form, these carvers have trained for many years and can turn a plain block of ice into just about anything. It’s amazing to watch.  Live carving is Thursday and Friday night!

Events are scheduled throughout the four-day festival and include, but are not limited to, the official ribbon-cutting ceremony (featuring the IceFest cake-cutting; public welcome),  live carvings, ballroom dancing at the Snowfall Ball, chili tasting at the Chili Cook-off, dunking at the Polar Dunk Plunge,  cake viewing and tasting at Icing on the Cake,  slipping and sliding down the FREE  ice slide, and searching for the  scavenger hunt.  Of course there are many more events, so be sure to check out our schedule of events.

NEW this year is the Obstacle Course in the Kids’ Area on Sunday!

 

 

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Icefest Activities

Snowfall ball

When: Friday, January 27, 2017

Where: Central Presbyterian Church, 40 Lincoln Way West
Cost: $10 per person

Details:   Snowfall Ball from 6-10pm with Showcase Dance at 8:00 pm “Dancing in the Movies” at the Central Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall on the square. $

Don’t miss this sell out event!  Tickets are available at the door.  DJ services provided by Electrolinear Entertainment Inc.

Thanks to  VFW Post 1599 for sponsoring the music for this event.

For sponsorship information, please contact Angela Schaeffer at aschaeffer@chambersburg.org or 717.264.7101, ext. 208.

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Chili Cookoff

When: Saturday, January 28, 2017, 11am – 2pm
Where: Under the Big HEATED Tent at North Square Market Parking Lot on North Main St, just North of the former “Lighten Up Chambersburg” building
Cost: $5 to enter the tent
Chili Entry FormClick Here

Details:

Both amateur and professional cookers vie for cash prizes and the title of the BEST CHILI in the region.  Thank you to Dr. Paul Orange for sponsoring the Cook-Off!    Voxology will be back to provide entertainment. If you are interested in participating in the 2017 Chili Cook-off see the information and entry form at the above link.

And are you tough enough to enter the annual hot pepper eating contest?   The contest is open to anyone who attends the Chili Cook-off. Whoever eats the most Hot Peppers in 2 minutes will be named the winner and receive a $100 prize! Sign up for at the Chili Cook-off by 1:00pm.

 

Registered Cookers to date:

Professional

CJ’s BBQ Smokehouse

Spiritrust Lutheran

Webb’s Sports Bar

Amateur

Dr. Paul Orange

Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church

Healthy Eating Adventure

True North Wellness

Charles Schwab

Newman/Seylar Chili

Heather LaRose

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor: Dr. Paul Orange 

Tent Sponsor: Patriot Federal Credit Union

Music Sponsor: Chambersburg Club

Supporting Sponsors: Wenger & Myers Insurance, Charles Schwab

Beer Sponsor: In & Out Beverage

For information on becoming a sponsor or cooker for the 2017 Chili Cook-Off contact Scott Fish at sfish@chambersburg.org or call 717-264-7101 x212.

Double-Wide Ice Slide

When: January 26-29, 2017
Thursday-Friday:  5pm-8pm
Saturday: 10am-8pm
Sunday: noon-4pm
Where: Old Capitol Theatre Parking Lot (next to Gartenberg Jewelers)
Cost: FREE!!

Details:   Take a ride on the 40′ LED lighted double-wide ice slide.   Brought to you by the Chambersburg Recreation Dept.

 

Icing on the cake

When: Saturday, January 28, 2017, 10am – 4pm
Where: Capitol Theatre Wood Center (inside)

Cost: $1 to enter/vote for your favorite cake OR get an arm length of tickets for $5

Icing on the Cake is a competitive cake decorating contest featuring sculpted ‘Sugar Art’. This year’s theme is “The World of Gaming” to include video games and board games.  So many fun options!!   Professional, Amateur, and Student divisions will be awarded prizes based on judging by The Butcher Shoppe’s Cake Boss and…. YOUR VOTE (People’s Choice)!  Vote for your FAVORITE  cake from 10a- 3:30pm and then come back to ENJOY FREE CAKE from 4pm-5pm! 

TO ENTER YOUR CAKE: Entry Form 2017 (deadline to enter Jan 20th)

For Sponsorship opportunities or questions email IcefestIcingOnTheCake@gmail.com

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Kids' Zone

kids-zoneWhen: Sunday, January 29, noon-3pm

Where:   Parking lot on North Main Street (next to Main Street Deli)

Cost: FREE

Details:  We are pleased to welcome Med Express back as the sponsor of the Kids’ Zone for 2017.  We will have a Scavenger Hunt that will have you searching Main Street for sculptures that answer the questions on your list (2 age groups-9 & under and 10-16).  Also,NEW THIS YEAR, an Obstacle Course.  we’ll time you as you complete each obstacle.  The best times win prizes in two age groups every hour! (age groups 6 & under and 7-14).

Thank you to our Sponsor: MedExpress

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Polar Dunk Plunge

When: Saturday , January 28, noon-TBD (by number of participants)
Where: On LWE, next to the Courthouse Plaza (right on the square)
Cost: Donations taken to have a chance to dunk someone.

Details:  Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Chambersburg.  Proceeds benefit the Relay for Life and Leadership Franklin County

If you are interested in being dunked contact Michele Ford at mford@fcbmbg.com.

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Frozen Flicks

When: Saturday, January 28, 2017, event starts at 4:00 with a downtown-wide Clue scavenger hunt.  Movie starts at 5:30

Where: at the Capitol Theatre Center
Cost: FREE -concessions will be available to purchase

Details- This year’s Frozen Flick feature is the 1985 comedy/satire “Clue.”  Stop by the Capitol Theatre before the movie, starting at 4:00 to pick up your downtown-wide Clue Scavenger Hunt. There will be concessions for sale, including a signature drink. The FREE movie will start at 5:30. Winners of the Scavenger Hunt will be drawn/announced at the end of the show. Prizes will be awarded.  Thanks to Wilson College for sponsoring the movie!!


Sponsors

We couldn’t have IceFest without the generous support of our sculpture sponsors! Thank you!

Presenting Sponsor
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2017 Presenting Sponsor – M&T Bankmtbank3

Picture Left to Right:

  • Michael Fisher (Council for the Arts)
  • Anthony Bagley (M&T Bank)
  • Andy Everetts (M&T Bank)
  • Todd Shearer (M&T Bank)
  • Morgan Rector (M&T Bank)
  • Mary Olson (M&T Bank)
  • Noel Purdy (Downtown Chambersburg Inc.)
  • Penny Shaul (Downtown Business Council)
  • Courtney Wolfe (Wilson College)
  • Scott Fish (Downtown Chambersburg Inc.)

2017 Giant Ice Sculpture Sponsors:

  • Chambersburg Dental Associates, LTD.
  • David H. Martin Excavating Inc.
  • Fleagle’s Painting LLC.
  • F&M Trust
  • Borough of Chambersburg
  • Volvo Construction Equipment
  • SpiriTrust Lutheran Home Care & Hospice?SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE
  • Fayetteville Contractors, Inc./Associated Asphalt Martinsburg, LLC/William A. Brindle & Associates Inc
  • Chambersburg Area Development Corporation CADC/ Franklin County Area Development Corporation FCADC
  • Kelsey Springs Landscaping, LLC
  • Patriot Federal Credit Union
  • Summit Health
  • Chambersburg Accountant Group:  Schultheiss & Associates/Smith Elliott Kearns & Company/Rotz & Stonesifer/Darlene Kelly/Boyer & Ritter, CPAs & Consultants/The Barrow Sollenberger Group/Ocker & Assoicates

 

2017 Single Block Sponsors:

  • AA BAIL BONDS
  • Barra Orthodontics
  • Bartlett Tree Experts
  • BCM Payroll
  • Best Laid Seams/Here’s Looking at You
  • CCU-Corning Credit Union
  • Campaign for Coyle-Presented by Franklin County Library System
  • Central PA Wireless Boost Mobile
  • Chambers’ Apothecary
  • Chambersburg Hearing Center
  • Chambersburg Noontime Lions Club
  • Chambersburg Waste Paper Company
  • Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church
  • Cumberland Valley Dental/UniQuest Chambersburg Travel
  • Cumberland Valley Tree Service-Landscaping
  • Dental Solutions of Chambersburg
  • DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger
  • Dr. Joel H. McGahen, OD PC
  • Edward Jones-Cindy Wolf, Rod Salter, John Reinert
  • Frank B. Lesher Company Inc.
  • Franklin Family Services
  • Franklin County Visitors’ Bureau
  • Gametime PA
  • Gardens by Grace/Here’s Looking at You
  • Gartenberg Jewelry/Merle Norman Cosmetics
  • Haldeman Construction
  • Hoskinson & Wenger Law Office/Shoap Law Office/David W. Rahauser Esq.
  • J&B Bridals and Tuxedos
  • Kegerreis Outdoor Advertising
  • Kristian F. Frank CFP Merrill Lynch
  • Lady Moon Farms
  • Laurel Life
  • Lotus Moon Gallery & Yoga
  • Ludwick Eye Center
  • Ludwigs Jewelers
  • Lyons & Company/Nathan Miller Chocolates
  • Main Street Deli/Valley Agency Company
  • Main Street Tax Service
  • ManorCare Health Services
  • Martin & Martin, Inc./Plummer Engineering
  • Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls and Bread

  • McCalmont Burial Vault Co.
  • McCleary Oil
  • Menno Haven Retirement Communities
  • Montezuma Mexican Restaurant
  • Nitterhouse Masonry Hardware & Supply
  • Noelker and Hull Associates Inc.
  • Norland Avenue Pharmacy
  • Northwood Books
  • Ocker Financial Services
  • Olympia Candy Kitchen
  • PDM Insurance
  • Printaway/LA Cameras
  • Providence Place Senior Living
  • R.A. Hill Inc.
  • RE/MAX Realty Agency
  • Rotary Club of Chambersburg
  • Roxbury Treatment Center
  • Shabath Mineral Wellness
  • Shalom Christian Academy
  • Shetter Ins. Agency/Superior Floorcoverings & Kitchens LLC (for Greyson Meyers)
  • Snavely’s Garden Corner
  • Southgate Shopping Center
  • Stouffer Mechanical Contractor LLC (2)
  • Stouffers Auto Repair LLC
  • Strickler Insurance Agency
  • The Flying Scissors Hair Salon & Facial Room/RE/MAX-Bob Hickey
  • The Gift Enclosure
  • The Pet Store
  • Tucker Financial Services, Inc
  • Vinnie’s on 11
  • Voila! Children’s Art & Creativity Center
  • Wagner’s Supply Depot
  • WHTM abc 27 (3)
  • William F. Sellers Funeral Home
  • Wilson College (2)

Icefest Schedule

Ongoing Events
  • IceFest 2017 is bringing in the ICE!   Over 36 tons of ice will be on display in downtown Chambersburg (Presented by M&T Bank)
  • LED Lights on the slide and ALL Giant Sculptures (sponsored by Franklin County Visitors Bureau)
  • Pick up your Scavenger Hunt forms at The Council for the Arts, The Heritage Center or Here’s Looking at You
  • Enjoy local history and gifts? Stop in the Chambersburg Heritage Center & Gift Shop for unique merchandise and pick up the new Downtown Chambersburg Historic Walking Tour Guides. Find more to explore at the Heritage Center. Open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • The Montessori Academy will be displaying creative artwork from all grades during the week of Ice Fest 2017. A group from Franklin County Leadership 2016-17 has organized the artful project. The art work will be exhibited in at least 6 downtown locations.
  • Many local businesses offer specials and extended hours
  • All events are free unless otherwise indicated by a dollar sign ($).

Thursday
5:00pm
  • Official IceFest Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on the square with presenting sponsor, M&T Bank.  PLUS FREE cupcakes!
5:00-8:00pm
  • Live GIANT sculpture carving (throughout downtown)
  • FREE Double-Wide Ice Slide OPEN (sponsored by the Chambersburg Rec Dept), located in parking lot next to Gartenberg Jewelry on South Main
  • Join the Community Walking Parties at the Council for the Arts (81 N. Main Street) and walk throughout the IceFest.  Snowman token and chain available while supplies last.
  • Penn’s Woods Printmakers presents “Prints & Drawings” at 1 North Main Street (former Tito’s Restaurant); the public is welcome and refreshments will be offered.  Penn’s Woods Printmakers is a group of area artists who create etchings, monotypes, collagraphs and other hand-pulled prints.
  • Student artwork from Scotland and Grandview Elementary Schools will be on display at 1 North Main Street and throughout downtown Chambersburg.  Elementary Art teacher, Erin Gillespie, has coordinated a multi-venue exhibition of approximately 500 works of art by students in Scotland’s and Grandview’s K-5th grades, including mixed media, watercolors, pastels and collages.
  • Festival food vendors (the square) $
  • Popcorn giveaway (sponsored by M&T Bank, 55 South Main St.)
7:00pm
  • The Chambersburg Ballet Theatre presents “Flights of Discovery”, exciting new choreography by Company dancers together with an original work by master teach and choreographer Robert Steele, at the Capitol Theatre Wood Center, 159 S. Main St.  Tickets will be sold at the door:  adults $10, children 5-18 $5 and no charge for children under 5.  For more info call 717-709-1800 $

Friday
5:00-8:00pm
  • Live giant sculpture carving (throughout downtown)
  • FREE Double-Wide Ice Slide OPEN
  • Glass Routes LIVE glass blowing demonstrations on North Main Street, across from the Council for the Arts in King Street Church’s parking lot (sponsored by Aerotek)
  • “Picture Yourself at the New Coyle”  Stop by J. Bryant Photography, 76 S. Main St.,  to be photographed with a princess, purchase handmade scarves and hats and Disney’s “Frozen” books.  All donations benefit Coyle Renovations.
  • The Council for the Arts presents “Cups” (Gallery opens at 10am, reception from 5-8pm).  Cups are the “canvases” for this unique gallery exhibition, through February 24, of artistically designed vessels in both hand-blown glass and hand-crafted ceramic mediums.  Artists state-wide will be represented in this unique display of creative, fun, funky, traditional and functional wares.
  • Penn’s Woods Printmakers presents “Prints & Drawings” at 1 North Main Street (former Tito’s Restaurant); the public is welcome and refreshments will be offered (opens at 1:00).  Penn’s Woods Printmakers is a group of area artists who create etchings, monotypes, collagraphs and other hand-pulled prints.
  • Student artwork from Scotland and Grandview Elementary Schools will be on display at 1 North Main Street (opens at 1:00) and throughout downtown Chambersburg.  Elementary Art teacher, Erin Gillespie, has coordinated a multi-venue exhibition of approximately 500 works of art by students in Scotland’s and Grandview’s K-5th grades, including mixed media, watercolors, pastels and collages.
  • Students of the Chambersburg Area Middle School South’s 8th Grade Art Club will display works of art at PA Counseling Services, 75 S. Main St.  The exhibit will be open to the public with a variety of crafts and games for children of all ages.  the public is welcomed to come and enjoy art-themed activities.  For more info call 717-926-7806
  • Festival food vendors (on the square) $
  • Complimentary hot chocolate booth (sponsored by F&M Trust, on the square)
  • Popcorn giveaway (sponsored by M&T Bank, 55 South Main St.)
6:00-7:00pm
  • Cha Cha and Foxtrot Dance Workshop with Frank Hancock at Central Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall on the square (enter on LWW) $
7:00-10:00pm
  • Snowfall Ball with Showcase Dance at 8:00 pm “Dancing in the Movies” at the Central Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall on the square (Music Sponsor VFW Post 1599) . $
7:00pm
  • The Chambersburg Ballet Theatre presents “Flights of Discovery”, exciting new choreography by Company dancers together with an original work by master teach and choreographer Robert Steele, at the Capitol Theatre Wood Center, 159 S. Main St.  Tickets will be sold at the door:  adults $10, children 5-18 $5 and no charge for children under 5.  For more info call 717-709-1800 $
7:30pm
  • King Street Church organist, Phil Shuman will be playing winter songs from the church carillon Friday, from 7:30-8:00pm.   Listen for winter favorites like “Frosty the Snowman”, “Winter Wonderland”, “Skater’s Waltz”, “Jingle Bells”, “Over the River and Through the Woods”.  Best listening on North Main Street, near King Street Church.

Saturday
8:00am-11:00am
  • Pancake Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes and beverages. Adults- $6.00, children under 10- $2.00,Trinity Episcopal Church in parish hall to the rear of the church. 58 S. Second St. Ticket available at Ludwigs Jewelers $
9:00am-6:00pm
  • MAIN STREET WILL BE CLOSED TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC FROM KING STREET TO WASHINGTON STREET
10:00am-1:00pm
  • Complimentary hot chocolate booth on the square (sponsored by F&M Trust
10:00am-4:00pm
  • The Franklin County Historical Society, 175 East King Street, will host the Council for the Arts Art Show, “Home is Where the Heart Is”
  • The Franklin County Historical Society will also have artwork on display from Charles Stoner
  • The Franklin County Historical Society presents the “Doorways of Chambersburg” Scavenger Hunt.  Packets can be picked up at the Old Jail and MUST be returned on Sunday from 2:00-4:00.  Cash prizes for 1rst, 2nd & 3rd place.  Cost is $8 a participant. $
  • Cumberland Valley School of Music has a variety of FREE activities at Central Presbyterian Church (use side entrance) 10:00-3:00   Coloring Room Open*Individual sessions are subject to change; check  cvsmusic.org and Facebook for updates.

11:00-11:30   Early Childhood demo class (ages newborn to 5 years)11:00-12:00   Sample PIANO lessons

12:00-12:30   Sample GUITAR lessons

12:15-12:45     Sample VOICE lessons

12:30-1:00      Sample VIOLIN lessons

1:00-2:00        Instrument “Petting Zoo”

1:15-1:45          CVSM Student Mini Recital

2:00-2:45        Sing-Along featuring Disney songs & others

2:00-2:30        Sample BRASS lessons

3:00-4:00        CVSM Symphonic Band Performance

  • “Picture Yourself at the New Coyle”  Stop by J. Bryant Photography, 76 S. Main St., to be photographed with a princess, buy handmade scarves and hats and Disney’s “Frozen” books.  All donations benefit Coyle Renovation.
10:00am-5:00pm
  • Icing on the Cake  at the Capitol Theatre Wood Center, (sponsored by PDM Insurance) World class cake decorators compete using this year’s theme “The World of Gaming,”  A silent auction will take place, Winner and People’s Choice will be announced after a brief break at 3:30pm. FREE cake 4-5pm $
  • Festival food vendors (on the square) $
10:00am-6:00pm
  • The Council for the Arts presents “Cups”.  Cups are the “canvases” for this unique gallery exhibition, through February 24, of artistically designed vessels in both hand-blown glass and hand-crafted ceramic mediums.  Artists state-wide will be represented in this unique display of creative, fun, funky, traditional and functional wares.
10:00am-7:00pm
  • Penn’s Woods Printmakers presents “Prints & Drawings” at 1 North Main Street (former Tito’s Restaurant); the public is welcome and refreshments will be offered.  Penn’s Woods Printmakers is a group of area artists who create etchings, monotypes, collagraphs and other hand-pulled prints.
  • Student artwork from Scotland and Grandview Elementary Schools will be on display at 1 North Main Street and throughout downtown Chambersburg.  Elementary Art teacher, Erin Gillespie, has coordinated a multi-venue exhibition of approximately 500 works of art by students in Scotland’s and Grandview’s K-5th grades, including mixed media, watercolors, pastels and collages.
  • Students of the Chambersburg Area Middle School South’s 8th Grade Art Club will display works of art at PA Counseling Services, 75 S. Main St.  The exhibit will be open to the public with a variety of crafts and games for children of all ages.  the public is welcomed to come and enjoy art-themed activities.  For more info call 717-926-7806
10:00am-8:00pm
  • FREE Double-Wide Ice Slide OPEN
  • Glass Routes LIVE glass blowing demonstrations on North Main Street, across from the Council for the Arts in King Street Church’s parking lot (sponsored by Aerotek)
11:00am-1:00pm
  • Complimentary hot chocolate on the Courthouse Plaza (sponsored by William F. Sellers Funeral Home Inc.)
11:00am-2:00pm
  • Chili cook-off (sponsored by Dr. Paul D. Orange), located on North Main under the BIG TENT. $5 vote with donation
12:00pm-TBD (by number of people to be dunked)
  • Polar Dunk Plunge (sponsored by the Rotary Club of Chambersburg) located on the Courthouse Plaza $ donations to benefit Chambersburg Relay for Life and Leadership Franklin County.
1:30pm
  • Hot pepper eating contest, located on North Main under the big heated tent $
4:00-5:00pm
  • FREE CAKE at the Woods Center in the Capitol Theatre!!!
  • Frozen Flicks at the Capitol Theatre (sponsored by Wilson College), join the downtown-wide Clue game scavenger hunt for prizes before the movie “Clue”.  Concessions will be sold, featuring a signature drink.  $
 5:30pm
  • The movie “Clue” is showing at the Capitol Theatre FREE admission (sponsored by Wilson College)
  • FREE concert under the BIG TENT on North Main Street-Shane Gamble will open at 5:30, followed by headliner, Jessie Chris, hosted by 104.7 WAYZ.
 6:00-9:00pm
  • “Picture Yourself at the New Coyle”  Stop by J. Bryant Photography, 76 S. Main St., to be photographed with a princess, buy handmade scarves and hats and Disney’s “Frozen” books.  All donations benefit Coyle Renovation.

Sunday
12:00pm-3:00pm
  • Kids’ Obstacle Course and Scavenger Hunt in parking lot next to Main Street Deli on North Main Street .(sponsored by MedExpress)  Compete for prizes.
  • The Council for the Arts presents “Cups”.  Cups are the “canvases” for this unique gallery exhibition, through February 24, of artistically designed vessels in both hand-blown glass and hand-crafted ceramic mediums.  Artists state-wide will be represented in this unique display of creative, fun, funky, traditional and functional wares.
  • Penn’s Woods Printmakers presents “Prints & Drawings” at 1 North Main Street (former Tito’s Restaurant); the public is welcome and refreshments will be offered.  Penn’s Woods Printmakers is a group of area artists who create etchings, monotypes, collagraphs and other hand-pulled prints.
  • Student artwork from Scotland and Grandview Elementary Schools will be on display at 1 North Main Street and throughout downtown Chambersburg.  Elementary Art teacher, Erin Gillespie, has coordinated a multi-venue exhibition of approximately 500 works of art by students in Scotland’s and Grandview’s K-5th grades, including mixed media, watercolors, pastels and collages.
12:00pm-4:00pm
  • FREE Double-Wide Ice Slide OPEN
1:00pm
  • Princess Party at the Capitol Theatre – 1 hr. of princess activities and snacks then a 2:00 showing of the Disney movie:  “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” $
2:00pm-4:00pm
  • The Franklin County Historical Society will host an IceFest Reception for the open exhibition “Home is Where the Heart Is” at 175 East King Street

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