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There are many wonderful opportunities at Garden Spot Village; people are living life to its fullest, seizing opportunties to serve, contribute and make a difference in the local community and around the world. Visit this page often for highlights of the action.


Bryan Morseman wins Garden Spot Village Marathon—again

April 11, 2015

Bryan Morseman, of Bath, N.Y., battled strong headwinds to win this year's Garden Spot Village Marathon, taking first place for the second year in a row. The marathon and half marathon drew some 1,200 runners of all ages—and held a few surprises. Read Barry Decker's coverage and then take a look back to the beginning with Laura Eckert Thompson and LNP Sports 365.

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Second Kids Marathon at Garden Spot Village

April 11, 2015

More than 150 kids ages 6 to 12 enjoyed the thrill of coming down the runners' chute and across the finish line, finishing the last leg of the Lancaster Family YMCA Kids Marathon at Garden Spot Village. 

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Garden Spot Village brings paint parties to New Holland

April 9, 2015

Garden Spot Village and Zolé invite residents and the public to "Gogh Your Own Way" with Zolé with a paint party in the Village Square on Friday, April 24, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The $35 fee includes materials, instructions and a Starbucks specialty drink of your choice from Refresh: Coffee, Gifts, Essentials. No artistic talent required.

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Flower Garden quilt to support Garden Spot Village Benevolent Fund

April 1, 2015

A beautiful spring-themed sampler quilt, pieced and hand-quilted at Garden Spot Village, will be among the highlights this month when Garden Spot Village participates as a destination in the annual Lancaster's Best Kept Secrets Tour. Proceeds from the sale of the quilt will benefit the Garden Spot Village Benevolent Fund.

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Garden Spot Village invites all to Chamber Singers concert

March 30, 2015

Fresh from their successful tour of Ireland, the Chamber Singers of Lancaster Bible College will entertain residents and the public with a cappella masterpieces from both sides of the Atlantic when they close this season's Saturday Evening Concert Series on April 18. 

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