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The month of May welcomes a collection of festivals for history, car shows, Greek food, culture, wine, flowers and more. Check out the Top 10 Cumberland Valley events below.

 

1. 2017 Army Heritage Days @ USAHEC – May 20th-21st
Each year the USAHEC hosts Army Heritage Days, a timeline living history event that features several hundred reenactors from all eras spread out over the one mile long Army Heritage Trail. This year’s focus will be tanks and armored vehicles!
Address: 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle

2. Carlisle Import & Performance Nationals @ Carlisle Fairgrounds – May 19th-21st
The Carlisle Import & Performance Nationals features more than 2,000 show vehicles. From around the world, see the top builds, restorations, clubs and brands.
Address: 1000 Bryn Mawr Rd., Carlisle

3. PA Greek Fest 2017 @ Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral – May 19th-21st
Take a tour of the church, enjoy watching Greek dancers, stop by the hand-crafted jewelry and artisan booths, and visit the Gyro, Souvlaki & Saganaki booths.
Address: 1000 Yverdon Drive, Camp Hill

4. Brewser Adventure Race 2 @ Appalachian Brewing Company – May 28th
Appalachian Brewing Company and Pennsy Supply invite you to join us for this community event. Sign up for a day of mud, sweat and beers.
Address: 6462 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg

5. 16th Annual Art Walk & Wine Tasting @ Downtown Mechanicsburg – May 13th
Artists will be showcasing their talents throughout downtown. Enjoy music, art exhibits, and wine tastings at all of your favorite local downtown Mechancisburg businesses.
Address: Main & Market Streets, Mechanicsburg

6. 18th Amani Festival @ Downtown Carlisle – May 6th
The Amani Festival is a one-day multi-cultural festival. The festival will include over 40 vendors, local businesses, live entertainment and music, a children’s alley, and more.
Address: High Street, Carlisle

7. 3rd Annual Bloom Festival @ Shippensburg Borough Parking Lot – May 6th
Shippensburg will come alive with flowers, food, music, children’s activities, and a variety of retail and craft vendors, all signifying the arrival of spring.
Address: 60 W. Burd St., Shippensburg

8. Camp Hill Kite Festival @ Fiala Field – May 21st
Come out and watch the Keystone Kiters fly their kites and make one yourself for free. Food will be available for purchase.
Address: South 21st St., Camp Hill

9. PIPPIN @ Luhrs Performing Arts Center – May 3rd
PIPPIN is a high-flying, death-defying hit Broadway musical! Full of extraordinary acrobatics, wondrous magical feats and soaring songs from the composer of Wicked.
Address: 475 Lancaster Drive, Shippensburg

10. WSSO Masterworks Concert III: Celebrate! @ First Evangelical Lutheran Church – May 14th
Join the West Shore Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Music Director and Conductor Matthew Hooper, for an exciting performance.
Address: 21 South Bedford Street, Carlisle

View a complete list of events and other things to see and do at VisitCumberlandValley.com

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