An Evening Chat with COL Jessica D. Grassetti

In celebration of Women's History Month, please join us for an evening discussion with COL Jessica D. Grassetti. COL Grassetti is a 23-year Army Veteran and current resident student at […]

Two Mile House Property Tour

Two Mile House 1189 Walnut Bottom Rd, Carlisle, PA, United States

Date: March 27, 2024 1:00 PM Sharon Filipovich will lead a guided tour of our 1820s tavern property the Two Mile House. Non-Member Tickets Member RSVP: RSVP Here:

240th Dickinson Anniversary Play

Two hundred forty years ago, the Board of Trustees of Dickinson College held its inaugural meeting in a log building on the town square in Carlisle. Benjamin Rush, who in […]

Red Cross Blood Drive

Todd Hall 21 N. Pitt St., Carlisle, PA, United States

Register at the link below to donate blood to the American Red Cross: https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?order=DATE&range=10&zipSponsor=CCHS  

Herbs and Plants in Colonial Gardens

Master Gardner Carol Glasgow will present on the following: What You Will Learn Colonial Garden Development and Influences The Garden of the Colonial Housewife Colonial Garden Styles and Designs Plant Examples: Medicinal – Culinary – Dye – Fragrance/Strewing Pollinators in the Colonial Garden

The Agricultural Reform Movement and Barn Building in Cumberland County

Reform advocates of the 19th-century sought better farming methods, including crop rotation and various fertilizers to rejuvenate the soil. Their goal was for the farm to operate more efficiently with well-ordered agricultural complexes. Barns were to be designed for the ease of labor by the farmer, and specialized outbuildings were to be placed for the […]

2nd Saturday Book Signing

Local mystery and travel author, Sherry Knowlton, will sign copies of her books.

Ashland Cemetery Tour

Join Lisa Brousse for a walking tour of Ashland Cemetery. Ashland was one of the first "garden cemeteries" in the United States and those buried within provide a fascinating history of Carlisle. We’ll discuss the history of the cemetery and burial customs of the era.  Participants will also learn abou tsome of those who practiced […]

Interviewing War Veterans: A How-To History Workshop

Interviewing War Veterans: A How-To History Workshop with award-winning journalist and author Joseph David Cress. A newspaper reporter for over 33 years, Cress will share his insights using examples drawn from his World War II Memories four-book series. He will also facilitate a discussion among participants on what they can do on their own to […]