SEE~~ Plein Air Artists painting throughout the town and on the Battlefield; Ageless Expressions from artistic seniors; Unbridled Fine Art with a party on the porch; Five Guys, Fifty Artworks; Beautiful Surroundings; The Salon des Refusés; The Debut of the Civil War 150 Project; and the Art Market. Artistic awakenings!
HEAR~~music at the Rec Park Amphitheater with 3 young bands: Audacity, Fean & The Earaches and a repeat performance by Fean as Tipton’s Grill Presents; A Gilbert and Sullivan Hoedown at the Historic Round Barn; Acoustic Guitars with songwriters DeRose & McCormick and the Michael P. Ryan Band at the Ragged Edge; and One More Time on the porch of the Gettysburg Hotel. Also appearing are Civil War Bands: Band of the California Battalion and 2nd South Carolina String Band. The Historic Gettysburg Railroad Station Pavilion hosts two concerts: The Gettysburg Big Band and the Gettysburg Civic Chorus. A special tribute to our Greatest Generation and a gospel concert are part of the God & Country Weekend.
LEARN~~throughout our historic community. Visit the Historic Round Barn’s Music & Machines and the Historic GAR Building’s BarnArt Exhibit; stroll through the downtown on the Historic Church Walking Tours; enjoy Candlelight at Christ Church with Songs and Stories of a Civil War Hospital; and attend book signings by Will Hutchison. Demonstrations fascinate at the HACC campus Folk Art Festival and The Spirited Ladies Shoppe. Sharpen your culinary skills at Grilling on the Range and Cooking with Wine.
FUN~~ with theater & dance: British Invasion by the Gettysburg Dance Studio, Children’s Theatre Fest at ACSMT, Greater Tuna by Gettysburg Stage, Mamie Remembers Gettysburg, Bill and Art’s Cabaret, and the YWCA Spirit of Gettysburg Post Race Party. Pet the Alpaca and watch the Amazing Horse with a Human Brain. Stroll the Saturday Garden Tour with master gardeners and the Gettysburg Art and Craft Show.
ENJOY~~ The Gettysburg Fringe Festival!!
The Fringe Festival Committee: Phyllis Netherland, Coordinator; Jane Jones, Bill Leslie, Joan Chick, Holly Fox, Brenda McCabe, Ruthmary McIlhenny, Judy Pyle and Ann Walsh