3 p.m. May 12 at the borough's carnival grounds, Playground Alley.
This is a big event with dozens of vendors covering the grounds. The club serves up breakfast and lunch and the Lioness club sells baked goods.
The Lions and Lioness clubs will use the money to award six $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors.
More than 50 crafters and flea market vendors will be selling their wares during the Felton Street Fair 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 12.
Sponsored by the Felton Fire Company, the event is similar to the community day that was held a few years ago in the borough, but this is more concentrated along Main Street.
The fair also features performances by the Red Lion-Felton Band, demonstrations by Kim's Karate, a karaoke contest, a bounce house, children's games and food sales.
Take an hour or two to visit this quaint little town with a big community spirit.
Cross Roads United Methodist Church invites area residents to bring their children and grandchildren to a Neighborhood Block Party 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 12.
Activities take place on the church grounds, 6881 Church Road, and include craft-making for kids, games with prizes, goodie bags and refreshments. Craig Lantz will present a magic show at 11 a.m.
This free event will be held rain or shine.
For details, call 717-
The sixth annual PINK in the Park Breast Cancer Awareness Walk begins 9:30 a.m. May 12 at John Rudy Park.
What I love about this event is that all money raised stays in York County to help uninsured and under-insured women get mammograms.
The event also includes entertainment, health screenings, prizes, chair massages and food sales.
More info is available at www.survivingbreastca.org.
Felton resident Lori Badders is a native of southern York County and writes news items and this column for the
Weekly Record. Reach her at LoriBadders@msn.com or 717-244-5397.