Create memories and experience our tradition of good food as you treat yourself to a Banquet in a Cornfield. The Smucker family invites you to gain a deeper appreciation of Lancaster County’s agricultural heritage and enjoy a mouthwatering farm-fresh meal on our family homestead, all served under a tent among the rows of corn. From the moment you join us on the hayride until after the family-fun activities, corn maze, and music around the bonfire, you’ll create great memories of this relaxing evening in the country.
Farm-Fresh Menu • Barbecue chicken and fresh-picked corn on the cob prepared on-site • Baked Idaho and sweet potatoes • Grandma Smucker’s baked lima beans • Pennsylvania Dutch chow chow, cole slaw and applesauce • Rolls, butter and apple butter • Our famous whoopie pies from the Bird-in-Hand Bakery & Cafe • Angel food cake with seasonal berries
July 18, 25 at 5:45pm-8:45pm August 1, 8, 15, 22 at 5:15pm-8:15 pm
Phone: (717) 768-1550
Ephrata Performing Arts Center
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Pippin JULY 18 – AUGUST 3 Bob Fosse’s version of Pippin is not just a Medieval fairytale. If you’re looking for an epic knight and a happy-ever-after, then this is not the musical for you. However, if you’re interested in a darker quest filled with existential quandaries and a brooding prince trying to find himself, then you’re in for a one-of-a-kind show. Despite being an anachronistic musical set in Charlemagne’s France with a 70’s pop music score, Pippin is known for being one of the most realistic shows because of its connection to the audience and real life issues.
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