Restored and Reinvented, Elizabeth Furnace is Ready to

After 250 years as a private estate, an extensive project entailing meticulous restoration and renovation has transformed Elizabeth Furnace into

Pandemic Fundraising Pivots

“Every party needs a Plan B,” a seasoned event planner once said. Plan B used to mean preparing for a

Through Pregnancy and a Pandemic, The Shower Must Go

Thoroughly enjoying the first six months of her pregnancy, Katie Petermann Brunner could hardly wait to celebrate her daughter-to-be with

Partying with the Kids And Still Having a Blast!

Even before the coronavirus forced families to spend an unprecedented amount of time together, multigenerational parties had become the new

Jollification! Celebrating the 90th Birthday of Bob Groff

Ten years ago, his 80th birthday party was cancelled – buried in Snowmageddon’s 20+ inches of snow. When Bob Groff hit

The North Museum’s Over-the-Top, Out-of-this-World Cosmic Bash

If you think a fundraiser that benefits the studies of science, technology, engineering and mathematics sounds like a staid event,

Standing in the Shoes of the Mother of the

With all eyes on the bride and groom, the parents of the betrothed couple are sometimes wedding day footnotes. But,

A Call to the Wild: Lancaster Conservancy Celebrates

Next time you catch a stunningly beautiful glimpse of the Susquehanna River or the unspoiled woodland of southern Lancaster County,