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Weekend roundup 6/17

This weekend is jam-packed. Tonight is yoga walking & wine because I've been I am a major gym slacker, but things start pretty bright and early on Saturday, when my (local) bridesmaids and I take a road trip to Elizabethtown and Hershey on the hunt for a suitable dress for my best gals. We'll lunch in Hershey (I haven't narrowed down where just yet …), and wrap things up in Harrisburg.

DSCN2252 This, unfortunately, will leave no time to attend this year's Day of Wine & Roses at Hershey Gardens, one of my favorite events there. I remember fondly losing the grape-stomping competition to WHP21's Tom Russell (c'mon he has bigger feet) several years ago.

Saturday evening, we're going to check out the summer fun that is Mountain View Food & Spirits at Roundtop. Live music, crab legs — hope the weather holds for us.

And Sunday is Dad's day. I've offered to take Pa to lunch and then to Starbucks, but we haven't narrowed down that location – open to suggestions, west shore preferred. By night, the fiance and I tackle a second engagement photo session with Klose Photography at Hersheypark – cool, right?

If you're schedule is bit more laid-back this weekend, read on for ways to fill up your days and nights:

2 thoughts on “Weekend roundup 6/17

  1. brian on said:

    Starbucks? Comon Sara how about a real cafe like Cornerstone or Juice and Java?
    And my picks for restaurants on the west shore (depending on what he likes): Bangkok Wok, Spring Garden, Issei Noodle, Zen Japanese. Guess I’m really an Asian food person! But if he likes standard fare there’s always black and bleu, or for some good bbq check out Uncle Mike’s Backyard BBQ in Camp Hill.
    I like the idea of pics at Hersheypark!

  2. Sara on said:

    Starbucks is a tradition we’ve started, but surely, we’re equal opportunity coffee drinkers. We always go to Cornerstone after our trips to Cedars.
    I don’t see my dad being in the mood for Asian cuisine, but if so, I’m dying to try Chalit Thai Bistro, about which I have heard nothing but rave reviews.
    Thanks!

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