You won't want to miss the amazing prizes!!
|March 24, 2:00 P.M.||Hymn Sing|
|April 7, 1:00 P.M.||Basket Bingo|
|June 24-27||Dance Camp|
|July 29 - Aug 1||Art Camp Week 1|
|Aug 5 - Aug 8||Art Camp Week 2|
|Cemetery Tour and Historic Event - The Weavers|
|Sept. 22||Online Auction Begins|
|October 19||Online Auction Ends / Farmers Fair Events|
|Nov. 3||Veterans Day Program WWII - Dillsburg Brass|
|Dec. 8||Charlie Zahm|
|Dec. 14||Colonial Candlelight Christmas Concert|
|Ongoing||Free Spirit Watercolor Class |
Mondays from 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 a.m See the visual arts page
Funds will assist in paying for the Artist in Residency Program in the NYCSD 3rd grades. This is a very special program run in conjunction with the Cultural Alliance of York County and a very "talented and compassionate" artist, Mr. Jason Reed. (see more on the Performing Arts Page)
The program is designed to assist children in making the right decisions in life and also in dealing with peer pressure and bullying. With decreasing state and federal aid - it is in jeopardy. Please consider assisting to continue this program and make a difference in our community.
Thank you, Jay Young
Play a Part in Supporting the Arts in Dillsburg:
Donations will fund the Artist in Residency Program in the Northern York Schools.
Dillsburg is a thriving community offering many programs and learning opportunities in the arts. Explore this website to find out how you can participate!
The Dillsburg Arts and Revitalization Council has begun its Capital Campaign for the repair of Historic Monaghan Church, their home base and location for concerts and programs. This is a result of decreased state and federal funding for projects involving the arts and the repair of historic structures.
The Dillsburg Arts and Revitalization Council has been actively involved in the improvement of the Dillsburg Area community since 1998.
State and federal funding for programs and repair of the historic church have diminished to a point that threatens the continuation of these programs. The roof on the church is in need of repair and in order to do that monies would have to be used that pay for our programs. This is something we do not want to do, so we are reaching out to the community for donations to assist with the maintenance of Historic Monaghan (the oldest Presbyterian Church west of the Susquehanna River) and take care of the roof.
Watch the Dillsburg Banner and our Web Site for future news and articles on the project and “thank you” so very much for all your support in the past and for our future.
Dillsburg Arts and Revitalization Council
These cover a few of the performances and programs sponsored by the Dillsburg Arts and revitalization Council. It is our endeavor to feature local artists and youth whenever possible also to have programs for young people to inspire them to develop their talents in the arts.
Special Hymn Sing
You can contribute!
(and receive a tax credit)
On March 24th Claire Zeiders and Doug Riley will again lead us in a very “Special: Hymn Sing.
This one will feature LOCAL composers and the hymns they wrote that impact us in so many ways. You will be greatly surprised by the hymns and the composer’s locations as they relate to Dillsburg and the surrounding area. We promise that you will find the information shared extremely interesting and Claire and Doug are always great leaders.
The Hymn Sing is free and all you need to do is join us as we raise our voices collectively in praise to the composers, their hymns and our savior.
Polar Bear Dance Camp was started in 2017 and is run by Jason Reed, the instructor for the Artist in Residency Program in the Northern York County School District.
We recently were informed that our program is a model program for the Artist in Residency program for the state of Pennsylvania and we are so very fortunate to have Jason as our artist. This year the Dance Camp will be:
2019 Polar Bear Summer Dance Camp
Watch our web site and also the NYCDSD web sites for more information to come.
The AIR program is provided by the Cultural Alliance of York County and funded with a matching grant provided by that organization and matched by the Polar Bear Foundation and local PTO groups.