The 63rd Annual Antique Market and Craft Show will be held on Saturday, June 15 on the historic Center Square and surrounding streets in New Oxford.
Interested quality antique, vintage, repurposed, shabby chic and handmade craft vendors may download an application from our events page at www.newoxford.org. Food vendors should contact the New Oxford Chamber of Commerce office at 717-624-2800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register before April 1 to receive the early bird rate.
Vendor costs are as follows: $85 for antique vendors; $60 for handmade craft vendors; $85 for food vendors; $55 for non-profit food vendors. Additionally, there will be LIMITED spaces open to direct sales vendors for the first time in the event's history. Direct sales spaces are $60. Applications submitted after April 1 will be charged an additional $5, and after May 31 will be charged an additional $25.
This popular, public event will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with ample parking available nearby.
This is the longest continuous running antique show in the country and has one of the largest attendances of street shows in Pa. Proceeds from this annual event benefit the New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce, which exists to advance, promote and attract interest in and around the Borough of New Oxford.
New Oxford is located 9 miles east of Gettysburg on Route 30.
New Oxford will hold its annual Old Fashioned Tree Lighting on Saturday, November 24. This well-loved New Oxford tradition, started in 1922, is always held the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Come out for an evening of hot chocolate, cookies, caroling and Santa! The New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to support this amazing event each year. We hope to see you on Nov. 24 at 5 p.m. in the New Oxford circle for the tree lighting and fun festivities!
While you're in New Oxford, don't forget to visit our wonderful local small businesses throughout town. Small Business Saturday falls on the same day as the Tree Lighting Ceremony in downtown New Oxford. This annual holiday shopping tradition is a great way to support your favorite small businesses and check off plenty of gifts on your shopping list! Come shop with us and enjoy the festivities in the circle.
Wonder how all those beautiful decorations end up in the circle each holiday season? It wouldn't be possible without the support of the local community volunteering their time to help decorate. If you are interested in helping decorate the circle for this year's holiday season, please meet us in the circle at noon on Sunday, November 18. Any help is greatly appreciated!
We hope to see you on Saturday, Nov. 24 for Small Business Saturday and the Old Fashioned Tree Lighting!
On Tuesday, September 18, the New Oxford Chamber held its biannual New Member Breakfast at Cross Keys Village.
The breakfast is open to all members and celebrates the business of the year as well as new members that have joined the Chamber since the Spring New Member Breakfast.
This year the Chamber was proud to present Feiser Funeral Home, Inc. with the Business of the Year award. Feiser Funeral Home has been a part of the New Oxford community since 1949. Feiser Funeral Home is a family-owned and operated business currently headed by Marty and Mikki Wheeler.
In addition to celebrating the Business of the Year, the Chamber also welcomed ten businesses and three individuals as new Chamber members.
Welcome to the Chamber:
◆ Allied Plaster & Construction
◆ Auto Glass Guyz
◆ Carma Industrial Coatings
◆ Eichelberger Performing Arts Center
◆ HD Entertainment
◆ Holistic Harmony
◆ Rosie’s Restaurant
◆ Shores Marketing & Printing
◆ Sigafoose Chiropractic Life Center, Inc.
◆ Mr. Bryan Smith
◆ Mr. Alan Stock
◆ Mr. Patrick Sullivan
To learn more about our newest members and membership opportunities, please visit newoxford.org.
The New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the addition of a classic and antique car show to our annual Antique Market & Craft Show! The show will take place on South Peters Street and feature 25 cars! All registrants will receive a car dash plaque and one lucky winner will be awarded Best of Show! Contact the Chamber office at 717-624-2800 or email email@example.com to find out more!
Once again our annual Harvest Day Festival & Parade has come and gone, and we would like to thank ALL who came out on Saturday to join in on the day's festivities! We hope you enjoyed it and will see you again next year! We would also like to thank our many sponsors, vendors, parade participants and of course volunteers! This festival and parade would not be possible without your time and efforts and we thank you wholeheartedly!
The Chamber recently had its annual New Member Breakfast on September 26th at Cross Keys Village's Campus Inn, where we welcomed our newest member Kelly McKee from McKee Agency and recognized our Business of the Year, Eicholtz Company! Thank you Cross Keys Village for hosting a delicious breakfast and providing a beautiful venue. The next New Member Breakfast will be held in March 2018. Several foreign exchange students will be in attendance at this breakfast, so make sure you come and meet these remarkable students from other countries!
The New Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce and the Harvest Day Committee would like to thank the following businesses for their generous support of the 2017 Harvest Day Festival and Parade!
Parade Sponsor - Yazoo Mills, Inc.
Childrens' Area Sponsor -- Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation
Health and Safety Sponsor - The New Oxford Social and Athletic Club
Supporting Sponsors -
Utz Quality Foods
Cross Keys Village-The Brethren Home Community
Member's 1st Federal Credit Union
Hanover Door, Douglas M. Miller Construction, Hanover Hospital, Aero Energy, Eicholtz Company, Hanover Toyota, PNC Bank, Destination Gettysburg, PNC Bank, and Critter Connections.
Bookmark this page for the latest updates, upcoming events and member news! Members who wish to have upcoming events posted on the Chamber’s website should contact Michaela with event details at 717-624-2800 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.