Valentine’s Day window display at Foster’s Flowers on Beaver St. in the Market District.Read More
Downtown York Blog
The Downtown York Blog is your go-to resource for news, events and more in Downtown York.
In addition to providing natural beauty, trees provide shade for pedestrians, help mitigate stormwater runoff and provide a host of other benefits. Caring for them is caring for our community. Here are a few tips to keep them healthy.Read More
The magical musical world of Harry Potter will come to the Appell Center, offering a great chance for wizards of all ages to escape into their imaginations while visiting Downtown York. And that’s just one way to spend your weekend!Read More
Learning how to make simple hardware is the first step to becoming a watch and clock maker through an horology program at the York Time Institute, where Director Dan Nied is training a new generation of makers.Read More
Whether you want to get some exercise on a beautiful rail trail, beat the heat indoors at the downtown arcade or experience Revolutionary history as a family, Downtown York has plenty of kid-friendly activities worth a weekend getaway or day trip this summer.
The inaugural First Friday Latino was held in March at the York College Center for Community Engagement. Since then, it's drawn hundreds of attendees, including Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, as it rotates around Downtown York.Read More
Whether you want to enjoy a bite to eat in a hidden cantina, find a table on historic Continental Square or relax as you listen to live music over lunch from the market, there are plenty of places to dine al fresco in Downtown York.Read More
Get Ready, York. Your 2017 Atlantic League Champion York Revolution are back. The Revs kick off their 12th season of professional baseball on April 26, the first of 71 exciting home openings at PeoplesBank Park.Read More
May 4 is First Friday, but it’s also the inaugural Give Local York Give Day! The 24-hour giving spree aims to raise $1 million for more than 200 nonprofits across York County, all during a full day of community celebrations that will spill over into First Friday in Downtown York.Read More