Dill’s Tavern, 227 North Baltimore St. Dillsburg,
Pumpkins, apple butter, and fresh cider — it's harvest season! Celebrate the 102nd anniversary of Farmer’s Fair at Dill’s Tavern and Plantation from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 21st, during a day of demonstrations and festivities including activities for children and living history encampments.
Enter Historic Monaghan Church Cemetery, if you dare, on Sunday, October 29th, and witness history come alive with ghosts of Dillsburg's past. Tour includes stories of real former Dillsburg residents and their impact on the history of our town and nation.
Celebrate the Holidays at Historic Dill's Tavern Christkindlmarkt during a two-day event featuring artisans, food, music, caroling, tree lighting, Santa, children's activities, live nativity, and so much more.
Bring the whole family to celebrate our local historical connection to oysters at Dill's Tavern on Saturday, April 21st, from noon to 5pm with food by York Fish & Oyster, live music, and local craft beverages.
A fun and inspiring 24-hour online giving event, Give Local York will be the largest one-day Give in York County history. The goal is simple: inspire York Countians to come together and support local nonprofits. Enjoy five celebratory events in Dillsburg.
Pull on your swing dress and dancing shoes! The annual USO-style Big Band Dance in the Dillsburg Fire Hall features jazz and big band music performed live by The Will Fisher Orchestra under the baton of Clair Zeiders.
This beginner blacksmithing class is a walk-through for those interested in learning the fundamentals of blacksmithing. Students will make a variety of small and simple projects from 'S' hooks to small buckles.
The Northern York County Historical and Preservation Society (NYCHAPS) strives to inspire by connecting the lessons of the past to the challenges of today. Through hands-on experience, the past culture of the area is brought to life in a deeper and richer educational experience. Through preservation, research, and our collections, NYCHAPS seeks to inspire a different way of learning history.