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Adamstown, and Stoudtburg Village PA Update

From: deLyn
Sent on: Sunday, August 1, 2010 12:48 PM

    Adamstown, and Stoudtburg Village   Lancaster County, PA Update

Adamstown is a treasure in the northeast countryside of Lancaster County. Adamstown is known as the year-round Antiques Capital of the northeast with thousands of quality antiques dealers  within a three-mile radius.
This heavenly antiques shopping destination is conveniently located just off Exit 286 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and is home to more than just thousands of antiques shops and dealers. Directly across the street fom the Black Angus Resteraunt, the Black Angus Antiques Mall, and the Wonderful Good Market is Stoudtburg Village, an old-fashioned European Village, with shops on the ground floor and living quarters above.
All the shops are unique and the shopkeepers take the time to share their Stoudtburg Village experiences with visitors. It is an experience you will not forget! So whether you're just browsing the bargains or are seeking the ultimate find, you sure won't go home empty-handed!
During your day of visiting Adamstown and Stoodtburg Village stop in to the Village Scoop and Cafe' for lunch and of course, wonderful ice cream. and after a long day of shopping, kick up your feet at a variety of local restaurants or Stoudt's Brewery. This favorite regional microbrewery has 20+ years of tradition under its belt and produces favorite local brews, plus a variety of festivals throughout the year. Then, rest up for more bargain-hunting or Lancaster County exploring by settling in for the night at a convenient hotel or charming bed and breakfast.

Adamstown Events
Stoudtburg Village Events in Adamstown
August - all month Treasure Hunt for adults with prizes.
August 15 - Puppalooza Dog Rescue Event and Vendors
New: Party on the Plaza Music Series
August 20th - The Reese Project (Jazz)
  • Time: 5 - 8pm
  • Where: Stoudtburg Village Plaza
  • Cost: Free parking, Free Admission. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy a night out in the Village The Shops will be Open and Food and Drink are available. BYOB. Families Welcome! Activities for Children!
September 11 & 12 - Earth Spirituality Festival
September 25 - Carnival Day
Antiques Extravaganzas, late April, June and September
October 2 - October Doll Fest for American Girls and Their Dolls
October 9 & 10 - Craft Show hosted by the Denver-Adamstown Rotary 9 AM - 4 PM Juried show. Food and snacks. FREE admission and parking. For information contact: David Endy at[masked]
October 23 - Harvest Night Treats and games for children!
November 27 - Cookies with Santa plus The Pocket Lady, Scavenger Hunt Christmas Cookie Match Up, A donation of canned goods for local food bank is requested.
December 4 - Annual Candlelight Tour & Open House. Tour homes in the Village and enjoy late shopping from 6-9 PM. Experience the Holiday with "A Christmas Carol" en-actors, brass band, and harpist! A donation of canned goods for local food bank is requested. Charity Ticket Raffle!
Stoudt's Brewery and Beer Festivals:
  • Microfest, mid June, early August, mid October
  • October 23 - Stoudt's Brewery 12 K Run starts 10 AM at the Wonderful Good Market, ends at the Clocktower.
  • Oktoberfest, Sundays in October
  • Christkindlemarkt, late November to mid December


An Event 300 Years in the Making!

Lancaster RootsTake part in Lancaster Roots 300, a year-long celebration of the 300th anniversary of Lancaster���s first settlement in 1710. Several of the celebration���s activities and events are centered ���round the historic 1719 Hans Herr House, which is the last existing building from the original settlement.

Greetings from Lancaster County Traveler,

Escape from the stress of a fast-paced life and linger in Pennsylvania Dutch Country, where there's no fast lane. Choose to "get lost" on your own or try one of our road trips or sample itineraries.

Lancaster County has more than 2,700 miles of winding country roads connecting our
small towns and villages with their inviting main streets and charming boutiques and galleries. Lose yourself along these back roads among breathtakingly scenic farmlands, romantic covered bridges and Amish life.

deLyn's Gallery, at Stoudtburg Village
Art Gallery and Avant-garde Boutique

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