After George Washington's army was defeated at the Battle of Brandywine on September 11, 1777, 500 of the wounded soldiers were sent to Lancaster County Pennsylvania to convalesce at the ...
→ Escapes: Living the cloistered life in Ephrata, Pa. - The Washington Post.
→ Fox Meadows Creamery & Country Market opens in Ephrata - LancasterOnline Fox Meadows Creamery & Country Market, a cow-to-cone creamery, has opened west of Ephrata. You can't get anymore locavore ...
→ Head of German center to speak in Ephrata on folk medicine - Reading Eagle This is a free lecture that will be given by Patrick Donmoyer at the Ephrata Public Library ...
UPDATE: → Black Forest Brewery opening Saturday in Ephrata → New Ephrata brewpub slates December opening - LancasterOnline
→ Harry Stauffer: printer, photographer, historian and subject of Ephrata exhibit - LancasterOnline
→ Fox Meadows Creamery & Country Market to open in late April outside Ephrata - LancasterOnline Fox Meadows will be a farm-to-table creamery that will use the milk from from its own dairy ...
Originally produced in 1998 for PBS, this documentary traces the arrival of the PA Dutch in America, along with their visual culture. Synopsis: Explores the handicrafts and traditional arts of the "Pennsylvania ...
Washington sent Battle of Brandywine wounded to convalesce in Ephrata, PA
Escapes: Living the cloistered life in Ephrata, PA
Fox Meadows Creamery & Country Market opens in Ephrata
Patrick Donmoyer to speak in Ephrata on Pennsylvania Dutch folk medicine
New Ephrata brewpub Black Forest Brewery slates December opening
Harry Stauffer: printer, photographer, historian and subject of Ephrata exhibit
Fox Meadows Creamery & Country Market to open in late April outside Ephrata
VIDEO | Expressions of Common Hands: Folk Art of the PA Dutch