This will be the 27th year for the Southern Lancaster County Historical Society's greens sale and the second year customers can pre-order some of the items.
"Last year was the first time we did pre-orders and it was a great success," society member Mike Roth said last week. "They accounted for about 20 percent of our total sales."
Santa knows how to find the Bart Township Fire Company's station in Georgetown.
"I was coming here long before there was GPS," he said last week. "The reindeer know the way."
He will be making two early visits to the area so he can spend time with children in the community.
Stoner-Wade Ford is maintaining one holiday tradition and starting another.
It will continue to be a collection point for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots Christmas program, keeping a box for those donations in the showroom.
This year, the dealership will also be collecting non-perishable food items for the Solanco Food Bank.
There's no room at the bazaar.
More than 30 crafters and vendors have signed up for the Quarryville Fire Company special division's annual craft bazaar.
"We've expanded into the new addition [of the Hoffman Building] and all the tables are full," said Quarryville Fire Company special division member Lori Singles.
Southern End residents commemorated Veterans Day 2017 indoors, thanks to below-freezing temperatures that settled over the region early Saturday morning, November 11.
"We decided Friday night to move it indoors. It was going to be too cold for the older people to sit outside," organizer Jo Black said.
Members of the Bart Township Fire Company's special division will not charge admission to everyone who comes to their monthly breakfast on Saturday, November 11.
"We decided to do it free for veterans because this month's breakfast falls on Veterans Day," said member Darlene Swisher
Members of Middle Octorara Presbyterian Church are planning their annual Christmas bazaar.
The bazaar is held every autumn, said organizer Shirley Miller.
"We have a lot of crafters and we also welcome party plan exhibitors," Miller said last week.
The church uses funds raised from the bazaar to help local families who need assistance. The congregation uses the money to pay for items that are not covered by insurance or other programs.