This year, New Year's Day falls on a Monday.
That should bring more people to the annual Robert Fulton Fire Company Auxiliary's annual pork and sauerkraut dinner.
"It was down last year because it fell on a Sunday," said auxiliary president Pat Eller. That meant members of the Amish community could not attend or volunteer, she said.
Each year, they change the selections.
But the Smith Singers, a chorale of seventh and eighth graders from George A. Smith Middle School, do have some perennial favorites.
"They love the Boogie Woogie Holiday," director and music teacher Karen Gagliardi said last week.
Santa will be making another early stop in the Southern End.
He will be at the Quarryville Fire Company station, 217 E. State St., on Friday evening, December 15, to spend time with children and their parents.
Volunteer firefighters will provide crafts and cookies and give parents time to take pictures with Santa.
Click 'Read more' to view photos from the Sounthern Lancaster Chamber's 7th annual tree lighting, which took place in Quarryville on Friday, December 1.
On Saturday night, November 25, Anna Cooney was crowned Miss Solanco 2018 by Miss Solanco 2017, Marissa Witmer. Cooney was also named Miss Congeniality during the the 63rd annual scholarship pageant at Solanco High School.
Cooney is daughter of Chuck and Justine Cooney of Nottingham. She performed a dance in the talent competition. Her platform was honor and hope for America's heroes. She is sponsored by the Ancient Order of Croaking Frogs.
Her title includes a $1,800 scholarship.
Quarryville was around for 101 years before it became a borough. That came in 1892, when it was officially established, separating it from Eden Township.
Now the borough is preparing for a low-key celebration of its 125th anniversary as a separate municipality.
"We started thinking about this in February," borough manager Ken Work said last week. "We thought it would be a neat thing to hold a little commemoration."
The celebration will be held on Monday evening, December 4.