Local Notes: Basement Sale for Library Benefit, Author Event with Carolyn Kleinman, Show Announced at Junction Center | Faith & Values
Here is some recent news from the Lancaster County Faith and Values Community.
Church to hold basement sale to benefit Lancaster Library
Bethany Presbyterian Church, 25 N. West End Ave., will be holding its annual Fall Basement Sale from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, October 23.
Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Lancaster Public Library.
Items for sale include housewares, small appliances, furniture, linens, luggage, collectibles, toys, puzzles, and home and vacation decorations.
Buyers must enter the basement through the ramp at the rear of the building or through the front stairs to the basement.
Homemade chicken corn soup, chili and baked goods will be available to take out.
Boy Scout Troop # 4 will be holding a take-out chicken barbecue sale only in the back parking lot of the church from 11 am to 1 pm; it’s $ 10 for a half chicken dinner and $ 7 for a half chicken.
Temple Beth El to host event with Carolyn Kleinman
Temple Beth El’s Sisterhood will feature author Carolyn Kleinman in a discussion of her novel “Love, Faith and the Dented Bullet”.
The discussion will take place on October 24 at 10 a.m. Participants can join in person at the temple, 1836 Rohrerstown Road in Lancaster. Masks are compulsory for those present. Individuals can also register via Zoom. The event is free.
Kleinman’s novel follows the story of a Holocaust survivor and a Mennonite farmer who meet in Lancaster in 1947 and form a special bond. For more on Kleinman’s book, see LNP | LancasterOnline functionality linked below.
To confirm your attendance at the October 24 event, send an email to office @ tbelancasterorg.
Would you tell whoever you loved your most shameful secret?
Junction Center will host a theatrical production
Born to Be Different Productions will present “The Rules of SkyFire” at Landis Hall at Junction Center, 1875 Junction Road in Manheim in November.
The performance dates are November 6-7 and November 13-14, with times at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are chargeable.
The show is an “epic fantasy adventure” set in a fictional world as two individuals grapple with difficult choices about their future and their family’s expectations.
For tickets and more information, visit thejunctioncenter.com or call 717-459-3501.