It’s time for Lunch in the Community Center! Stop in for lunch every Friday in February between 10:30am and 1:30pm for a warm cup of soup or try our sandwich of the week. Visit the Lunch in the Community Center page for more information and this year’s menu.
Stay tuned for our 2013 calendar of events. We’re working to nail down the details for our events for this year and will post our schedule soon.
- 305 Broad Street – Mr. & Mrs. Robert Henderson, Sr.
- 307 Broad Street – Mr. & Mrs. Robert Henderson, Jr.
- 350 Broad Street – Mr. & Mrs. William Hassler
- 234 New Street – Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Ammons
- 85 Carriage Way – Mr. & Mrs. Edward Barba
- 101 East Main Street – Mr. & Mrs. Brian Mountz
Best Decorated House
- 212 New Street – Mr.& Mrs. Michael Boose
- 229 East Main Street –Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Martin
- 307 Park Circle – Mr. & Mrs. Bill Beck
Best Decorated Doorway/Entryway
- 228 New Street – Mr. & Mrs. John Humphrey
- 127 Center Avenue – Mr. & Mrs. Richard Grimes
- 200 East Main Street – Mr. & Mrs. David Good
Additionally, A special thank you to all who helped with Santa’s Workshop and the drive through nativity. We had 212 children and 119 adults visit Santa’s Workshop. The drive-through live Nativity was also a success.
We’re looking forward to another great year of Terre Hill Days events! Stay tuned for more information and website updates.
Where: Terre Hill Park Pavilion, 210 Lancaster Ave, Terre Hill.
When: Thursday, September 20th, 2012 – Auction starts at 6PM – Food available prior to start of auction
Item Drop Off at the Terre Hill Community Park Terre Hill, PA the day before the sale from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Items may be dropped off the day of the sale from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Item Pick Up: Please contact the Terre Hill Borough Office at (717) 445-4581 to make arrangements for volunteers to pick up donated items.
Auction Features: Furniture; Handmade Crafts; Shrubbery and Plants from Local Nurseries; New Items and Gift Certificates Donated By Local Businesses; Groceries Donated By Local Stores; Household Goods; Personal Property and More!
Despite getting off to a rather rainy start, Terre Hill Days was another success. Thanks to everyone who attended, volunteered, and otherwise helped to make the event a great one! Check out our photostream on Flickr for some photos from the weekend.
Coming up this weekend:
With good weather and an exciting lineup of events on Saturday you won’t want to miss Terre Hill Days this year!
Parking available at the park and various parking lots throughout town including churches, borough hall, community center and plenty of street parking within walking distance of the park. A shuttle will be running between marked parking lots- look for signs. *Please note- park driveway will be closed starting at 12:30 for the outhouse race*
Here’s the highlights:
Breakfast- 7 am- main pavilion
21st Annual ShoeFly 5 Mile Run– Registration- 6:30 am- Community Center Race Start- 8 am, Awards- 9:45 am at the park- ShoeFly 5 Information
Chainsaw Carving- 8am, by Dean Fox, Pavilion 2
Arts & Crafts Fair– 8am – 2pm, tent
Live Music by: Tatum & Trevor Murry- 10am, tent
Food and game stands open at 11 am
Rides open at 12 noon
Outhouse Race- 1pm, park driveway
Tug of War- 3pm, main field
Air Acrobatics & Candy Scramble- 3:30pm- main field (Airplanes drop buckets of candy onto our field!)
“The Insanity Factor” Magic Show- 4 pm, tent
Balloon Twisting by the Insanity Factor- 5 pm
Skydive Bingo- 6:00pm- main field, purchase your tickets by the main pavilion!
Live Musical Entertainment by: Old Time Country Music- 4pm, Pavilion 3 Walk-in Cash BINGO- 6:00pm, tent
Live Musical Entertainment by: ”Southern Edge” 7 pm, main stage
FIREWORKS – 10:00pm