Currents – March/April 2017
Feb22

Currents – March/April 2017

Rhinos and Roses Ready to Roll in March Hanover is home to both a minor league football team – the Hanover Rhinos, and a raucous roller derby team – the Black Rose Rollers. Both teams kick off their spring seasons in March. With a history dating back to the 1950’s, the Hanover Rhinos minor league football team kicks off their season March 11 against the Virginia Beach Rhinos (yep, the team shares a mascot with its biggest rival)....

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Currents – Jan/Feb
Jan17

Currents – Jan/Feb

The Young Irelanders  Saturday, March 4  •  7 p.m. See and hear what Ireland’s traditions of music, song & dance look and sound like in the hands of some of the most talented young performers in the world.  Tickets: $29 Orchestra/Balcony. Preferred: $34  Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, 195 Stock St., Hanover. Visit www.theeich.org for more information. Hanover Chamber Recognizes Businesses & Educators of the Year In late...

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Currents – Nov/Dec 2016
Nov07

Currents – Nov/Dec 2016

Rhonda Vincent & The Rage  Fri., Nov 18 • 7 p.m.  With multiple Grammy nominations, five consecutive Entertainer of the Year Awards and seven consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year Awards, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage are the most awarded band in Bluegrass Music. Tickets range from $35 to $49 at The Eich, 195 Stock St., in Hanover. Visit www.theeich.org for more information.   The Oldest Profession at Hanover Little Theater...

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Currents – Sept/Oct 2016
Sep01

Currents – Sept/Oct 2016

21st Annual Hanover Chili Cook Off  Sun., Sept. 4 • 11 a.m. Features award-winning chili, music, food, family-friendly entertainment and supports local charities. Gates open at 11 a.m. at Good Field on N. Forney Ave. Tickets $10 at the gate, or $8.50 in advance at Guthrie Memorial Library. Children under 12 and those with an active military ID are free. Visit www.hanoverchilicookoff.com for more information.  Hanover Oktoberfest On...

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Currents – July/August 2016
Jul01

Currents – July/August 2016

Hanover Dutch Festival   Saturday, July 30 •8 a.m.–4 p.m. • Downtown Hanover Bratwurst, funnel cakes, handmade crafts and authentic German bands – combined, these traditions have drawn thousands of people to downtown Hanover for three decades. Always held the last Saturday in July, the Dutch Festival is a standing Hanover tradition in itself. Information: www.hanoverchamber.com/dutch-festival...

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Memorial Day Events
May09

Memorial Day Events

Memorial Day is more than just the traditional start of summer. While Veterans Day in November is set aside to remember all of our nation’s men and women in the Armed Forces, Memorial Day is specifically designated to remember those veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the military. Originally called Decoration Day, it’s been around since 1868. It’s a time when people visit cemeteries and often mark them with...

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