Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Lititz Fire and Ice, Quilt Shows and more

One of the joys of a small town is being able to enjoy a wide variety of festivals. Fire and Ice is one of those and the first Lititz event to kick off the year. There are many more as you can see on our event schedule at the bottom of the blog. Fire and Ice is an ice sculpting event and a chili cookoff. It is great fun and a good way to shake the winter blues, get outside in the fresh air and enjoy people, food and a great small town.
Visit the Lititz website for a complete schedule of events. Friday night kicks off with the ice being sculpted on the street.  Why not come join us for the weekend and enjoy the festivities!

Mark your calenders for these upcoming events. Swiss Woods will be running a winter special from February 20th through March 31. It is a perfect time to plan a winter escape to the 'Woods'.

Special: February 20-March 31 : Book one night and the second is 50% off
Book 2 nights and your third night is free.

The snow geese migrate the end of February and beginning of March. To read more about this amazing sight read my post to the Lancaster Bed and Breakfast Inn Association blog.


Upcoming events:  (You can always access the latest events on the Swiss Woods home page)

            It is always wise to plan ahead. Here are great events happening in and around Lititz in the coming months. Plan your stay with us around one of these wonderful events.
Amy Grant and Michael W Smith:  March 6  American Music Theater Mention that you are attending the concert and receive a 10% discount.
Lancaster Quilt Show and Conference  March 16-19    10% off to all quilters attending the show.  Early full breakfasts. Weaver’s Dry Goods, one of Lancaster’s premier Quilt shops is just down the road.
Penryn Mudsale: March 19  Just 2 miles down the road this is one huge mudsale!
Michael Flatleys Lord of the Dance, 2 shows March 12 at the AMC
The Oak Ridge Boys at the American Music Theater March 19  This is a 3pm show and perfect for show, dinner and a night at Swiss Woods.