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Jamboree Cocktail

Courtesy of Rebeca Shinsky, Bully’s Restaurant and Pub, Columbia Everyone hates to say goodbye to summer, but jams and preserves are a great way to enjoy fresh tastes into the new season. The best way to ease into fall is with simple and delicious jam-based drinks! This recipe incorporates homemade Lancaster County strawberry jam. 1)

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Meet the Pets of Marietta

Our inaugural “Pet of the Issue” is Penny. Penny earned the honor by being the most “liked” pet for our contest on the Marietta Traveler Facebook page. If you’d like to see your Marietta (or Maytown) pet in a future issue of the Marietta Traveler, keep an eye on the Marietta Traveler Facebook page for

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Marietta Community House Auction Taking Place on September 22nd

Join us for an Emerald Evening at McCleary’s Public House, Saturday, September 22nd. Great food, signature drink, bag pipes, and unique silent and live auction items. This will be our second annual auction in partnership with the Susquehanna Stage Company, we had so much fun last year we decided to do it again. Join in

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All About Under the Willow Preschool

Under the Willow School is a nature and play based program that cultivates imagination, creativity, cognitive skills and social/emotional learning through play. For the young child, their work is their play and their play is their work. At a glance one might think that just play is happening here but… we are preparing the fertile

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The First Annual Marietta Mac-Down Coming on September 29th

The Marietta Mac-Down, otherwise known as a mac and cheese competition, will be staged at the Railroad House Inn/Perry St. Cellar on Saturday September 29th, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Similar to its counterpart, Chowderfest, the Marietta Mac-Down will feature over a dozen restaurants competing for the “People’s Choice Best Mac and Cheese”. There

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Marietta Garden Tour Offers Fall Foliage Event

The annual Marietta Garden Tour, which benefits The Marietta Community House, will be held on September 9th. The goal is to offer gardeners ideas and gardening insight for the end of summer and fall months. The 2018 Garden Tour will feature eight beautiful gardens within walking distance in the Borough, ranging from small accent gardens

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by Kristen Ellsworth I would like to think there were a million Mariettas Tucked away somewhere in the Lancaster Counties of the world. I would like to think that the earth were full Of children baking mud pies on Susquehanna rocks, Or making forts of ruins that nature has reclaimed. Of summer evenings glistening with

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Henry Clay Furnace Exhibit To Be Dedicated to Dr. June Evans

During the summers of 1988 to 1992, Millersville University students lead by Dr. June Evans, trudged down the old railroad bed to the Henry Clay Iron Furnace (this railroad bed has now been transformed into the Lancaster County Northwest River Trail). The students carried shovels, trowels, screens, and notebooks. They were going to put into