Wayne Band Concert June 22 @ 7 PM  

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Renfrew Museum and Park 1010 East Main Street Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 17268 (717) 762-4723

RENFREW PARK: Free of charge. Open dawn to dusk year-round.

RENFREW MUSEUM: Adult: $6.00 Seniors: $5.00 Children: $4.00 (Children under age 7 free.) Proud Partners with Blue Star Museums

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The Wayne Band, Waynesboro's hometown band since 1899, will be performing tonight at 7 pm as part of our Summer Concert Series. Antietam Dairy will be serving free ice cream courtesy of the Franklin County Visitors Bureau. The Summer Concerts are sponsored by the Fraternal Order of the Eagles 1758. The concert is free but donations are accepted. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Wayne Band, Waynesboros hometown band since 1899,  will be performing tonight at 7 pm as part of our Summer Concert Series.  Antietam Dairy will be serving free ice cream courtesy of the Franklin County Visitors Bureau.  The Summer Concerts are sponsored by the Fraternal Order of the Eagles 1758.   The concert is free but donations are accepted.

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Our Women Through History Seminars will conclude tomorrow evening, June 20, with speakers Cindy Fink and Doug Parks. Cindy and Doug will be making a presentation about our Summer Kitchen.

The seminar is free to the public, will begin at 7 pm and start in the Wagon Shed. Guests will be invited into the Summer kitchen near the conclusion of the seminar.
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Our Women Through History Seminars will conclude tomorrow evening, June 20, with speakers Cindy Fink and Doug Parks.  Cindy and Doug will be making a presentation about our Summer Kitchen.  

The seminar is free to the public, will begin at 7 pm and start in the Wagon Shed.  Guests will be invited into the Summer kitchen near the conclusion of the seminar.

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A fitting end to an amazing concert. Thanks to the Fraternal Order of the Eagles for sponsoring the concert and to the Franklin County Visitors Bureau for providing Antietam Dairy ice cream. The US Navy Band, Country Current, was fantastic! ... See MoreSee Less

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About Renfrew

Open dawn to dusk year-round and free of charge, Renfrew welcomes you to explore the historic grounds and miles of nature trails.

Renfrew Museum is a restored farmstead with many outbuildings to see and activities to participate in. Your tour begins at our Visitors Center with a DVD presentation, and an explanation of the nation’s leading collection of John Bell and Bell family pottery. Paid admission takes you on a guided tour of the 1812 Renfrew Museum where you will see the kitchen, dining room, parlors and bedrooms with period furnishings throughout.

Now, two centuries after Daniel Royer’s day, much of the landscape is unchanged. As an historical institution, Renfrew offers its visitors an intimate view of the past. Visit us in Waynesboro, and discover how the agriculture, industry and domestic life of over 200 years ago worked together to make a prosperous Pennsylvania German farmstead.

A special feature of the Renfrew Museum is the only permanent public display of artifacts from the Snow Hill Cloister, a 19th century monastical society located in nearby Quincy, Pennsylvania.

The Royer-Nicodemus House and Farm are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Located in the Visitor Center is a quaint gift shop with an interesting array of items, many from local artisans. Gift shop hours during season are the same as museum hours. Off-season hours are Monday through Friday 11:00am until 4:00pm.

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