Things you should do this weekend

It’s going to be a beautiful weekend in the neighborhood, kiddies. Here are our picks to get out of the house, Friday through Sunday.


Celebrate Lancaster, 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Queen Street between Chestnut and King streets will be closed to celebrate all that Lancaster has to offer. Two stages, 25 food vendors and two wine/beer areas, and more fun than your brain can handle.


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Wine Lovers’ Weekend, 5 p.m. Looking for a weekend away with nothing but you and a bottle of local wine? Waltz Vineyards has you covered. Start at Celebrate Lancaster Friday, move to the vineyard Saturday and wrap it up with dinner at General Sutter Inn Sunday.

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Celtic Fling at Mount Hope Estate, 10 a.m.
The Kilmaine Saints are bringing you a day full of Celtic music and Highland Games, featuring Albannach, Burning Bridget Cleary, Screaming Orphans, Scythian, Tartan Terrors, Young Dubliners and Enter the Haggis.

#kilmainesaints doing the game of thrones theme

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Community Rummage Sale at MakeSpace, 9 a.m. Get to know your neighbor’s stuff and take it home with you during this 12-hour event. Find clothing, books, furniture and plenty more. It’s like a million yard sales all in one place, and not at the crack of dawn.


RiverFest at John Wright Restaurant, 3-9 p.m. History, music, food and drink – it’s all here. In its 13th year, RiverFest promises food from John Wright and Susquehanna Blue Smoke, as well as music from the Mark Ryan Jazz Trio. Even if you’re not a history buff, this is the place to be Sunday.

Looking for more? Check out our calendars.

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Blayne Waterloo is a reporter for Fly. She loves food, books, her dogs, her husband... and food.

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