Greg is a world-class harpist whose style stretches a listener’s perception of performance on the harp. His musicianship and spirituality have made him one of the most sought-after Christian performers in America for the past 33 years. Greg is one of the first harpists in the world to own and play the Electronic Acoustic Grand Harp. This free concert is open to all.
Jennifer Holcomb, Director of Memory Support at Cross Keys Village and Mary Flinner, Director of Social Services at Hanover Hospital, are offering a unique opportunity for persons living with Alzheimer’s disease or another related dementia and their Care Partners: an 8-Week Early Stage Support Group where they will connect with others who understand how they are feeling and are facing similar experiences. The group will meet on eight consecutive Monday afternoons, starting on September 18, 2017. Telephone registration is required. Please call Jennifer Holcomb at (717) 624-5474 by September 8, 2017.
With Dr. Todd A. Curran – OSS Health’s board-certified orthopaedic surgeon. Dr Curran will cover the causes of ongoing knee pain, conservative, non-surgical treatment options for knee pain, surgical treatment options for knee pain including partial knee replacement surgery and total knee replacement surgery, and what to expect after surgery. This is a free event offered in collaboration with OSS Health.
The sights, smells and tastes of the season will mix with fun family activities at the 2017 Apple Butter Festival. Members of the Replogle family still make apple butter the old fashioned way – boiled in a copper pot over an open fire – and you can buy some, along with baked goods and more. An indoor yard sale and a vast selection of previously-read books will also be part of this fun-for-the-whole-family event. Admission and parking are free.
Performing throughout Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland since 1991, the brass quintet First Capital Brass is comprised of five professional musicians from the Central Pennsylvania area who perform an enjoyable variety of music including traditional brass literature as well as ragtime, marches, pop tunes, jazz and contemporary styles. This free concert is open to all.
Cross Keys Village will be participating in the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s National Memory Screening Program with free, confidential memory screenings in our Health Care Center. The 10-minute screening is a simple question and answer test, administered by qualified healthcare professionals, designed to gauge memory, thinking, and language skills. Screenings will be offered from 9:00 to Noon, and from 1:00 to 4:00. Pre-registration by telephone is required. Please call 717-624-5474
Octagon is an 8-piece jazz and swing band with a vocalist, based in South Central Pennsylvania. This jazz octet performs all styles of jazz music, including swing, blues, be-bop, rock and Latin. Their style is very much in the spirit of the West Coast jazz movement. This free concert is open to all.
Richard is a world-traveled Christian guitarist who has won more than seventy major awards, including “Instrumentalist of the Decade” from the International Country Gospel Music Association. He is also a three-time recipient of “Artist of the Year” from the Country Gospel Music Association and, in 2009, was inducted into the Country Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame in Branson, Mo. This free concert is open to all.