10 Things to do This Weekend

Events last posted on March 14, 2019 -- New events added every Thursday

1

Whitaker Unplugged

Friday at the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Harrisburg

The event begins at 7 p.m. Get tickets in advance or at the door. A cash bar will be open in the lobby.
For details, click here.


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2

Tipsy Tanks Tasting Party

Saturdays at Nissley Vineyards, Conoy Township

Tipsy Tanks runs 5:30-9 p.m. Saturdays through March 30. Get timed tickets online. For ages 21 and up.
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3

The Music of “Twin Peaks”

Friday at York College, Spring Garden Township

The faculty recital will be 7:30 p.m. in DeMeester Recital Hall, Wolf Hall. Admission is free.
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4

Songs of Ireland

Thursday at The Majestic, Gettysburg

The concert is 7:30 p.m.
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5

Goitse

Sunday at the Ware Center, Lancaster

The concert is 3 p.m. in Steinman Hall. There will be a cash bar in the lobby.
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6

Celtic Classic Dog Show

Through Sunday at York Expo Center, York

Judging begins at 8 a.m. each day. Admission is free.
For details, click here.


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7

36th Annual York St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Saturday in downtown York

The parade steps off at 1 p.m. at Market and Penn streets.
For details, click here.


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8

“The Humans”

Opening Thursday at Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Ephrata

There are eight performances through March 23.
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9

“Julius Caesar”

Friday through Sunday at Gamut Theatre, Harrisburg

Shows are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Admission on Sunday is by donation. The box office and bar open one hour prior to the performance.
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10

“Jesus Christ Superstar”

Saturday at the Hershey Theatre, Derry Township

The show will be at 2 and 8 p.m.
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11

Guerrilla Gay Bar York

Saturday in downtown York

The selected location is posted on the group’s Facebook page by 3 p.m. Saturday, and the party runs 8-11 p.m. Check in on Facebook and click on “going.”
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12

Central PA Comic Con

Saturday and Sunday at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg Hershey, East Hanover Township

Hours are 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday.
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13

Celtic Angels Ireland

Friday at the Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, Hanover

The show is 7 p.m.
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14

20th Annual Charter Day

Sunday at the State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg

Charter Day’s free admission also extends to other Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission sites including Cornwall Iron Furnace, Ephrata Cloister, Ephrata Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum and Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
For details, click here.


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15

Women Who Lead: Kathy Jumper

Chief Operating Officer, Members 1st Federal Credit Union

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Contact information:
5000 Louise Drive, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
(800) 283-2328 ■ www.members1st.org

What leadership traits have served you well? And on the flip side, what have you learned that tends to hold women leaders back?

It is important to have good listening skills and to be curious. Ask good questions even when you may not always have the answers. I believe that great leaders see trends that others can’t see. I have learned to understand the “why” by asking the right questions. Know what your organization’s common goals are and help influence those goals by showing your passion about the task at hand.

What are some key strategies to help others achieve a more prominent role in their organization or career?

Simply, be fearless. If you are afraid of failure, then you will never succeed. Look at those situations that did not go as expected and realize there are always more positive take-aways than there are leave-behinds. Develop daily, monthly and long-term goals to make dreams your reality. Be purposeful about where you are going and how you get there. Have a plan and continuously inspect and evaluate your expectations of that plan.

What advice would you give to the next generation of female leaders?

As a leader, focus on helping your team develop and perform as highly as possible. Be transparent and encourage a collaborative work environment to help your team feel valued and appreciated. Remember to give back to your community. Doing this keeps things real, both professionally and personally, and has helped me develop my seven life lessons: (1) Exhibit passion for what you do and what you believe in. (2) Have a critical awareness about yourself – how do you present yourself and how do you believe others see you in your role? (3) Stay true to yourself and your personal values. As you get involved in organizations from a volunteer perspective or as you build your career, do the organizations you affiliate yourself with align with your personal values? (4) Be a big dreamer and at the same time, set realistic goals that stretch and challenge you. Those will help grow your potential. (5) Be curious about everything. Ask questions and understand the why and how. (6) Accept the fact that you may not succeed at everything. Learn and understand from those fringe benefits of failure. When things don’t go as planned, you may feel defeated but there is always something positive to be learned. (7) Bring others with you wherever you go. Share words of wisdom or examples that your mentors have taught you and pass those on to others. Use your knowledge and experience to teach and inspire.

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