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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown happenings

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Linglestown happenings

Jimmy Griffiths, who until recently operated the St. Thomas Barber Shop on the square, is back in business somewhere on Progress Avenue, according to comments posted on this blog. Check back for more details.

Frank Cotolo will present his musical variety show at St. Thomas Roasters this Friday, Feb. 2. Show starts at 8 pm. A writer, broadcaster and musician, Frank's act is a unique blend of music and laughter.

Central Dauphin High School is sponsoring a couple musical events in the near future:

Tuesday, Feb. 6 - The St. Olaf Choir, an internationally acclaimed choral ensemble from St. Olaf College in Minnesota, will perform a concert at 7:30 pm. CLICK HERE for ticket information.

* In March, the high school's Fine and Performing Arts Department will present Disney's "High School Musical." CLICK HERE for dates and times of performances.

The Linglestown Chocolate Cafe is seeking permission from Lower Paxton Township to install business signs along Linglestown Road. The township Zoning Hearing Board will consider the request on Thursday, Feb. 1 at 7 pm at the municipal building on Prince Street.


At 9:23 AM, Anonymous Q said...

Per signage, a retail center is also coming to the Dunkin Donuts, Commerce Bank area on Linglestown and Patton Roads....

At 2:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please, please, please design the sign so that it fits in the area...like the Roasters and flower shop signs, not the salon.
It's great to have the Chocolate Cafe in town...hope the sign matches what's inside and the historical character of the church.

At 10:10 AM, Anonymous Q said...

According to a post on Pennlive, St. Thomas Barber Shop did not move to Progress Ave. and will relocate in or around the square soon. But that doesnt explain the cardboard sign stating that the shop did move to Progress??

At 2:09 PM, Blogger Bill Bostic, editor said...

Yes, I saw the post on PennLive's Linglestown Forum.

I walked over to the square yesterday to look for the sign -- couldn't find it. Where did you see it, Q?

At 4:15 PM, Anonymous Q said...

Actually, one sign was on a tree at the corner of Linglestown and Blue Mountain, right by the stop sign. But I think that one is no longer there. The other was on the telephone pole at Blackberry(?) Alley, the one with the "X" shown in your picture where the bypass is going. I still didnt catch the address on it.


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