Currents – Mar/Apr 2018

Sunday, March 11 • 3 p.m.

Hanover Symphony Orchestra Closes Out Season with Trans-Siberian Orchestra Member Spring Grove Area High School will be rockin’ as the Hanover Symphony Orchestra closes out its season with performances by Mark Wood, one of the original members of the multiplatinum-selling Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Spring Grove Area High School, Spring Grove  Tickets: www.hanoversymphonyorchestra.org


March 7-24

37th annual School Student Show Artwork by local high school students will be on display. Hanover Area Arts Guild, 32 Carlisle St., Hanover. Visit www.hanoverareaarts.com for more information.


March 3

Andy Cooney’s “Enchanted Music of Ireland”

The Enchanted Music of Ireland Tour comes alive as Andy Cooney once again gathers together the finest musicians, dancers and performers to ignite their audiences in the Irish tradition. Andy Cooney has seven Carnegie Hall sellouts under his belt. His outstanding voice and dynamic stage presence has always been a favorite among young and old everywhere. His talent and versatility provide the ability to deliver a song directly to the hearts of his audience. Andy is surely one of the greatest singing sensations on Irish music scene today. Andy’s latest CD, Irish Country Skyline, released in the summer of 2016, was a journey back to his country music roots. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, 195 Stock St., Hanover. Learn more at www.theeich.org.


March 8-10

The 66th annual Builder’s Home & Garden Show Hosted by the Exchange Club of Hanover, the Builder’s Show benefits the Exchange Club of Hanover’s scholarship fund, community service projects, and efforts to prevent child abuse. Former Weis building, 1047 Baltimore St., Hanover. Visit www.hanoverexchangeclub.com for more information.


March 9

Debbie Wojciechowski Evidential Medium, presents “Connecting with Your Loved Ones.” Debbie will deliver messages to random audience members as the messages are presented to her during the event, and will present evidence that our connections with our loved ones continue after death. The connections often help the recipients to better understand their journey, and help them to realize that a different level of relationship is possible with their loved ones. Even if not all participants receive a message, they will gain an understanding of spiritual communications and the connections that are possible, and how to understand and notice signs from their loved ones. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at The Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, 195 Stock St., Hanover. Info: www.theeich.org.


March 10

Spring Fling at Codorus State Park Help welcome spring at Codorus at this event that offers activities and vendors. For more information visit www.friendsofcodorus.org.


March 30

Easter Egg Hunt at Codorus State Park Get ready for the Easter Bunny at this family-friendly community event. For details visit www.friendsofcodorus.org.


April 3-27

Third Open Exhibit at Hanover Area Arts Guild Members and nonmembers have a chance to win cash prizes for artwork submitted. Delivery of entries is March 29-31. Artists will pick up work April 27-28. Reception and prizes handed out April 8. Visit www.hanoverareaarts.com for more information.


April 21

South Western Music Department Market Place Event The Market Place event is hosted by the South Western Music Department. Yard salers, vendors, and crafters sell their goods on the South Western High School parking lot. The booster organization sells chicken barbecue meals and other concessions. All proceeds benefit the music department at the South Western High School. Free to the public. South Western High School, 200 Bowman Road, Hanover. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit www.swmusicboosters.org for more information.


April 28

The Fabulous Hubcaps This band’s flair for capturing the true likeness of the original artist will make you want to rock the night away. With sounds of doo-wop, country, Motown, group harmony, rockabilly and classic rock, the Hubcaps will take you on a ride you won’t forget. Inducted into the Southern Legends Performing Arts Hall of Fame and, most recently, into the Maryland Entertainment Hall of Fame, the Hubcaps are legendary for wowing audiences all over the country. So buckle up and get ready to have a blast traveling through the decades with the Fabulous Hubcaps. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, 195 Stock St., Hanover. Visit www.theeich.org for more information.

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