Agricultural & Industrial Museum

Raising Hope – August 19, 2018

Raising Hope - A Music and Art Festival at Agricultural & Industrial Museum

New this year, a twist to our annual MusicFEST - new location - new functionality - Music and Art!

You will be pleasantly surprised with what we have planned at the Agricultural & Industrial Museum, 217 W. Princess St., York PA 17404. A Sunday afternoon from 1 pm to 5 pm.

Donations for art and silent auctions are most welcome.

Tickets are $10.00 per person and can be purchased online here!

Call for more information 717-227-2824


MusicFEST held on July, 23rd, 2017 at Pond View Farm.

Ninety-degree temps and the threat of rain didn’t keep everyone from having a great time at the Music Fest on Sunday. Thanks go out to Jackie and Shane Smithson and their family for providing their beautiful Pond View Farm as the venue for an afternoon of music, dancing, and great food, also courtesy of Jackie and Shane. Of course it wouldn’t have been a music fest without music, and what music it was. Dakota, Kitty Back, and Foggy Hollow played country, bluegrass, and classic rock toe-tapping tunes. Thanks go to Doug Kreiss, a member of Foggy Hollow, who lined up these great bands that performed for free. Of course events such as this don’t pop up magically, and Wanda Mergler and her committee of Melissa McDade, Deb Peters, Robin Robinson, and Cheryl Schroeder spent hours and hours and then more hours organizing and overseeing the event. Delicious, homemade baked goods were provided by the Norrisville United Methodist Church. As ever, everyone’s favorite ice cream family, the Summers, provided probably the most popular food item of the afternoon. Finally, we thank the Harford County Sheriff’s department for providing security and the Norrisville Ambulance Company for being on hand just in case the heat proved too much. Whew, those are some pretty remarkable people who have earned Angel Wings.

Check out our photo gallery from the event below!

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