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Grand Opening of Veterans Resource Center

Abilities in Motion Announces New Location

   
  Abilities in Motion Announces New Location in Northeast Reading


  Abilities in Motion (AIM) is thrilled to announce the purchase of a new headquarters located at 755 Hiesters Lane in Northeast Reading, Pennsylvania. On the company’s future home, AIM’s Executive Director, Stephanie Quigley said, “We are thrilled to be moving to an area of the city where we can expand operations and bring new, innovative resources to the community. Our focus will be on making cutting-edge technology available to people with disabilities.” The new building will allow us to expand our services in new and innovative ways. Our new, fully accessible building will feature substantially greater space for onsite programming, future expansion, and exciting community partnerships. Construction is planned to start next month with the goal of moving to the new facility in 2023.   This new location will also include a 2400-square-foot technology space for persons with disabilities to engage and experiment with computers, smart home devices, adaptive technology, home gaming consoles, virtual reality systems, STEM opportunities and more. Our new building will also offer a café space to showcase state-of-the-art accessible technology options in the kitchen.     Our aspirations for this next chapter at AIM are rooted in our continuous commitment and service to the disability community. We will continue to provide more information about our plans for expansion and relocation throughout the transition.   For more information, please stay tuned to our social channels!    

Disability Empowerment Center Holiday Event

Experience Lancaster City for the Holidays!

Tuba Christmas December 2nd • 8:00–9:00PM
The Lancaster City favorite is back, filling Binns Park and Ewell Plaza with the sounds of spirited brass music. Plus, shop for handcrafted holiday gifts in Ewell Plaza and enjoy food from the two food trucks that will be on-site.
Light Up Southeast December 3rd • 6:00–8:00PM
Join Lancaster’s Southeast community as they unveil colorful displays that sparkle and shimmer along South Duke Street.
Presented in collaboration with Community Action Partnership and the Crispus Attucks Community Center
Lancaster Shops Late December 8th • 5:00–8:00PM
Experience the once-a-year retail experience as Lancaster City’s shops, boutiques, and more stay open late into the night.
Presented in collaboration with Lancaster City Alliance
Holiday Extravaganz a December 8th • 5:00–8:00PM
Visit the Welcome Center for cookie decorating, hot cocoa, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and visits with Santa Claus!
Presented in collaboration PCA&D, Lancaster Rec, the Demuth Foundation, and Lancaster Creative Reuse.
Santa in the City December 8th • 5:00–8:00PM
December 10th & 17th • 10:00AM–3:00PM
The Lancaster City Bureaus of Fire and Police will escort Santa through Lancaster City as he visits Ewell Plaza in downtown Lancaster and the neighborhoods.
Menorah Lightings December 18th–25th
For each of the eight nights of Hanukkah members of the Jewish Community Alliance of Lancaster will ceremonially light the public menorah in Penn Square.
Presented in collaboration with the Jewish Community Alliance of Lancaster
New Year’s Eve December 31st • 9:00PM–12:00AM
Celebrate the new year in Binns Park with live music and the return of the Red Rose drop!
FULL LANCASTER CITY FOR THE HOLIDAYS SCHEDULE

Lebanon County Christian Ministries

UPMC Pathways for Veterans Hiring Event

Hiring CDL Truck Drivers and Laborers

Homeless Veterans Awareness Campaign Starts Friday Morning in Lebanon. Please support however you can!

Lebanon County Soup Stroll