You Don’t Want to Miss Out.
Lititz loves to host events for all to enjoy. Antique shows, farmers market, bike races, car shows, and our famous Fourth of July extravaganza in Lititz Springs Park are just a few events that welcome people into our town. Events that happen on a more regular basis are our Second Friday celebrations and Saturday Farmers Market.
Downtown Lititz Second Friday takes place from 5pm-9pm on every second Friday of the month, rain or shine. Shops and other venues offer great family activities and entertainment. This event is free and open to the public. For more information call 717-626-6332.
Lititz Farmers Market takes place every Thursday from mid-May through mid-October from 430pm-dusk. For more information call 717-626-6332 or visit lititzfarmersmarket.com.
October 20 - October 21
Lititz Storytelling Festival
Lititz Storytelling Festival will be held at the Warwick Middle School with storytelling concerts on Friday evening, Saturday afternoon, and Saturday evening. For more information lititzstorytellingfestival.net.
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Rock Lititz Halloween Event
Rock Lititz will host a family-friendly Halloween Event with trick-or-treating, a hay ride, games and activities, photo booth, costume contest and haunted house. $2 admission fee with 100% of proceeds going to Warwick Township Education Foundation. Visit http://www.rocklititz.com/ for more information.
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Apoca-Lititz 5 K Run
5k Run/Walk plus party with costume contest, beer garden, refreshments and more! Visit Pretzel City Sports to register.
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Sponsored by Lititz Lions- Main Street, 5:30pm. For more information visit lititzlions.org
Shop Small Saturday
Over 70 local independently owned shops and eateries celebrate the coming holiday season. For more information call 717-626-5332.
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Annual Christmas Carol Sing
Annual Carol Sing at the Moravian Church Square. For more information visit lititzhistoricalfoundation.com
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Christmas Candlelight Tour
Tour the 1792 Johannes Mueller House by candle light and learn how Christmas was celebrated centuries ago. For more information visit lititzhistoricalfoundation.com.