Around The Panhandle | September & October 2019

Dear Readers,

Fall has finally arrived, we all know what that means…Time for football, bonfires, and hot cocoa. In this issue of Around the Panhandle we have featured Panhandle Dumpsters, the new rubbish company serving the Eastern Panhandle, in the article you will see that they care about our community with their eco-friendly, automated trucks and they also offer discount for military personnel and senior citizens.
With the weather starting to cool down, stop by King Street Emporium to relax with a cup of coffee, or hot tea. Customers can also purchase coffee by the pound with blends from Africa and Columbia. Need a stronger cup of Joe? Pick up a pound of Espresso to help get you going in the mornings. If you’re a tea drinker, loose tea such as Orange Spice, LapSang and more can be purchased as well.

For those of you who are excited about Halloween, check out our Top Picks for couple costumes. Already planning trips to all the Ghost Tours, we have you covered with an amazing article on Harpers Ferry Ghost Tours. Let us know if you see the famous tall man with a hat that walks back and forth, looks at you then vanishes.

We have some great events coming up, so don’t miss out on Old Town Oktoberfest Oct 11-12th held at the Historic Taylor Pavilion in Old Town Winchester. Dance to live music, eat Authentic German food and quench your thirst with over 30 different beers and wines.

All Hail the Queen! Mountain State Apple Harvest Festival starts Thursday Oct 17th with the Royal Gala and ending on October 20th with a Pancake Breakfast, Pop-Up Shops, Baby Apple seed contest, and Apple Eating contest.

For all you sports fans we have included all the High School Football Game Schedules. So, get your hoodies on and your cup of coffee head to the game to support our youth!

Kresha Hornby, Assistant Publisher
Around The Panhandle Magazine
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