Events

For a small town, there is a lot happening in Harmony! Check out our list of major annual events. In addition, many of the individual businesses have unique and exciting things going on too, so check the links below.

Bottlebrush: A Gallery for the Arts

Small Venue Concerts and CD Release Parties. Art Shows, Openings and Exhibits. Art and Writing Classes for All Ages. Fundraisers.

The Center of Harmony

Historic Opera Hall available for weddings, parties  and rentals.  Concerts, Wellness Seminars, Yoga. Festivals and Fairs. Home to Wunderbar Coffee & Crepes, Penn Pantry, Darn Yarn Needles & Thread, and more.

Historic Harmony Museum

Fairs and Festivals. Quilt Shows. Gun Shows. German Dinners. Guided Tours of Harmony.

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Join us June 9th, Saturday from 8am-2pm  
 Flea Market in the Square!!

Main and Mercer Streets, Harmony
Antiques, Local Artisans, Vintage Items

Are you are Interested in becoming a vendor?
Only $10.00 for an 8 x 10 space
Call Laura at 724-452-9204

 

HARMONY SPRINGFEST

SATURDAY MAY 19, 2018 10AM-4PM

Sponsored by: The Harmony Business Association

Everyone is invited to celebrate our Annual SpringFest in Historic Harmony. Take a tour of the Museum and gift shop, stop at the Weavers Cabin for history and demos, shop local at our unique small shops and eateries! There will be lots of sales, demonstrations, contests, food, music by Harmony Hot Haus and James and Debbie Tobin Invite your friends to our quaint Historic town! Follow us on Facebook!

Participating Harmony Businesses:

 A Life of Serenity- 257 Mercer Street (Open House, come learn about acupuncture and oriental medicine.)

Bottlebrush Gallery & Center for the Arts – 539 Main Street (Enter to win a free art class for up to 8 people with any purchase) Acoustic Open Stage with James and Debbie Tobin from 1:00-4:00

Creative Harmony Arts & Books – 317 German Street (Buy one book, get the second for ½ off! same price or lower)

Darn Yarn Needles and Thread – 253 D Mercer Street (Enter to win a gift basket from The Enchanted Olive with any purchase)

Harmony Museum Shop – 222 Mercer Street (Enter to win a gift basket with any purchase, take a tour of the Museum)

Holistic Pet Nutrition Center- 120 N Perry Hwy (Our new traveling Dog Cart will be in town for your canine friends!)

Lagerhaus Bakery – 537 Main Street (One of our newest businesses, stop by to see all they offer and say hello!)

Last Dog Records – 539 Main Street (10% off any vinyl purchase)

Les Cadeaux – 528 Main Street (Check out the beautiful fairy gardens and get inspired!) Enter to win a gift from The Log Cabin Inn, with any purchase!

Linden Tree Antiques – Located on Wood Street, behind 233 Mercer Street (Special sales and discounted antiques for the day!)

Magnolia on Main – Traveling clothing boutique will be set up from 10-2 behind the Bottlebrush Gallery, check out the latest spring fashions!

ShuBrew – 733 Spring Street (Stop by to see the new brewery and try some craft brews!)

The Center of Harmony – 253 Mercer Street (Check out all the local shops)

The Exchange At Harmony – 229 Mercer Street (See our new spring selections! Enter to win our drawing, with any purchase)

The Harmony Inn – 230 Mercer Street (Bring a same day receipt from any business and get 10% off your purchase!)

The Two Fraus Bakery – 253 Mercer Street (Come see how our Pretzels are made!)

Wunderbar Coffee and Crepes – 253A Mercer Street (Coffee and Crepes of course! Visit the Master Gardener with any gardening questions answered. Pick up some seeds to plant!)

Additional Sponsors:

Berkshire Hathaway- Joan Source

Dennis W. McCurdy Law

Great Things, LLC

Historic Harmony, Inc.

Indian Brave Campground

Panther Physical Therapy

Rodgers Brothers Investments

Sunrise Commercial Contracting

The Enchanted Olive

The Log Cabin Inn

Historic Harmony, Inc.

Vogel Disposal

 

New Years Silvester Celebration

Harmony celebrates New Year’s Eve on Dec. 31st 2017 with a family-oriented “Silvester” celebration reflecting the community’s German roots. The day begins with races drawing hundreds of runners and concludes with fireworks welcoming the New Year at 6 pm, which is midnight in Germany. Many town shops and businesses are open for your enjoyment.

Activities include:

  • Harmony Museum Tours
  • Christmas Tree Throwing Contest
  • The short comedy film “Dinner for One,” in English, popular on New Year’s Eve in Germany
  • Bleigiessen, the German tradition of examining the shape of a bit of melted lead dropped into water to interpret what the New Year may hold. 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • A pork and sauerkraut dinner – Cost is $12, starts at 3:30 PM Harmony Museum’s Stewart Hall (no reservations)
  • 5-K Run/Walk and 1-Mile Fun Run
  • Music
  • Beverages and snacks
  • Year-end surprises at specialty shops throughout town
  • A ball drop to signal the arrival of 2017 at midnight in Germany (6 p.m. In Harmony), followed by a spectacular fireworks show.

 

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