Cedar Farm Inn is proudly presenting an evening at the farm of dinner and art!
Artist Thomas McNickle. Tom’s work has been awarded over 25 medals in national juried exhibitions across the country and has been included in over 100 juried exhibitions. He is presently represented by Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, N.C., James Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA and Bonfoey Gallery, Cleveland, OH. You can learn more at www.thomasncnickle.com.
Tom will begin a watercolor demonstration at 5:00 with appetizers served. Followed by dinner at 7:00. Tom’s artwork will also be on display for your pleasure.Cost is 35.00 a person. BYOB
To make a reservation call Lynn Miller at 724-944-8408 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Cedar Farm Inn
2521 State Rte. 208
New Wilmington, PA
- Trick-or-treating time is 2 – 4PM
- Kiwanis Halloween Parade Halloween Parade and Festivies. Floats will be judged and awards will be presented to the winning entries, and music, food and fun following the parade at the Jameson Parking Lot
- Parade line up will be at the Huntington Bank parking lot at 5PM
- Band performance post parade at Jameson’s
- Cake walk, food and games after the band performs.
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Save the date! This summer artist workshop by local artist Thomas McNickle is being held at the Cedar Farm Inn Friday August 15 – 17. Stay the weekend at the B&B or join them daily. For more information email janimcnickle at comcast dot net.
The New Wilmington Area Chamber of Commerce’ held its 12th Annual Business Expo on March 15, 2014 at the Westminster College Field House in New Wilmington, PA . The Chamber holds an expo each spring to highlight our area’s many businesses and services. The expo is also one of the area’s best venues for home-based businesses to gain exposure. Visitors to the expo enter for door prizes provided by each exhibitor and also for one of the main door prizes provided by the Chamber.
The New Wilmington Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their 11th Annual Business Expo on March 15, 2014 at Westminster College Field House, form 10:00am to 3:00pm.
As an area Chamber of Commerce, our primary reason for hosting the Business Expo continues to be to educate the general public as to the vast array of businesses and serves in our area.
If you or you know of a business who would like to participate in this years Business Expo, please email Dianne Garrett at Dianne7G@aol.com for more information.
New Wilmington is having a “Birthday Party” and you are invited!! New Wilmington Borough Sesquicentennial Festival “150 FEST” is scheduled for September 7 & 8, 2013. Don’t forget to reserve the dates on your calendar!! Bring your family, bring your friends and enjoy an unforgettable two day “fest” full of entertainment, food, parade, and amazing fun! Check-out the schedule of events for the weekend .
New Wilmington Area Chamber of Commerce’ Administrative Assistant, Dianne Garrett, says “the Christmas Parade & Light Up the Diamond was a huge success again this year.”
Hundreds of people lined the streets to watch the Parade despide the rainy weather. Parade attendees enjoyed free cookies & hot choclate, and listened to the Wilmington Area High School Band.
Mayor Wendell Wagner led the Parade procession, and Old Betsy brought up the end carring Santa Claus. In between marched the Wilmington High School Band, several walking and driving groups, floats, and fire departments.
A panel of judges voted the following as winners of the ‘Country Christmas’ parade theme: 1st place – New Wilmington Boro, 2nd place – Wilmington Area Cheerleaders, and 3rd place – New Wilmington United Methodist Church.
Thanks also go to Jessie & Clem Hassinger for donating the Community Christmas Tree.
Monetary donations were made by Wilson’s Lumber, Jill A. Jack (State Farm), Beth Verterano (Ameriprise Financial), Armstrong Cable, New Wilmington Motors, Terri Patterson (Flowers on Vine) Mary Criss Garrett (First National Bank) and the New Wilmington Volunteer Fire Department.
Also, huge thanks to Jameson Health Systems for use of their parking lot and Brian Taylor & Associates of Ameriprise Financial, Market St., New Wilmington for donating the cookies and hot chocolate.
After several months of planning and countless hours of preparation, the New Wilmington Area Chamber of Commerce and the New Wilmington Area Fire Department agree that this is a project they want to see continue for the community. If there is anyone out there who would like to be a part of next year’s planning, or who have any suggestions for the committee that will be formed to work on the parade next year, please submit your name, phone number, e-mail address, and any suggestions you have to Dianne7G@aol.com.