Do your big plans for the summer involve moving? Take a break with these local Palmyra PA events. 422 Storage is here to help you find the right tools and tips to store winter gear, but we are also here when you need to take a break. Find the details of some of your favorite events or do something you have never done before. Find the summer time festival that the whole family can enjoy.
This year marks the 30th anniversary for Old Annville Days. This one day street fair is something you will not want to miss. Local businesses open their doors and set up shop on the sidewalk to offer a little summer time relaxation that is reminiscent of the good ol’ days. Starting at 9 am on June 9th, Main Street will close down to make way for food trucks, music, and games for the surrounding community. If your business is in the Palmyra PA area and wants to take part in this classic event, register today to save your spot.
Our community is centrally located in Lebanon County PA which means there are more events in the towns adjacent from us. Hummelstown PA is short drive away that is hosting the 5K Hummelstown Hunger Run. This is the 4th year the race will be giving all proceeds to the Hummelstown Food Pantry. Lace up your shoes and start stretching, the race is May 12 and registration opens at 8:30 am. After the run, stay for food from Outback Steakhouse and Sweet Dawgs will be giving out frozen yogurt and slushies to cool you down.
From the beach to the outdoor chores, 422 Storage is here to make the warmer weather enjoyable. These Palmyra PA events are sure to brighten your summer. When it comes time to move the winter clothes into storage, let our self storage be the solution. Not only can we show you things to do in Palmyra PA, but we can help you save space as well.
About the Author: Paige is a Social Media Coordinator at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She brings the most useful storage tips and tricks to your social media feed and loves a good self-storage pun. Beyond work, Paige spends her free time traveling extensively, her most recent trip being the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia.