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On Saturday, April 13, Keystone Christian Academy, Asbury United Methodist Church and community partners are sponsoring a fun-filled day of free and low-cost activities along with opportunities to tour the school and the church from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The KCA Spring Bazaar and Open House features an Easter egg hunt, displays and demonstrations, carnival-type games and other activities for children. Free balloons and popcorn will be available for the first 200 children.

  • The Easter Egg Hunt for children 12 years old and under will begin at 9:15 a.m.

  • Puppeteers from Asbury United Methodist Church will present free puppet shows at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

  • The William Penn High School varsity football team will be conducting numerous carnival-type games with prizes donated by local business partners, earning community service medals for “10,000 Acts of Kindness”. 

  •  A  team from the York Fire Department will demonstrate a fire truck

  • Representatives from the York City Police Department will be present, including the popular McGruff mascot.

  • Andrew Morrow from Morrow’s Woodworking will display and discuss various handcrafted products made from assorted hardwoods, and attendees can learn about the various types of wood and how to properly maintain products made from them.

  • Master Gardner Virgil Davis will be on hand to answer questions about spring planting, and various flowers and plants will be for sale.

  • Presentations by Virgil Davis: 

  • A food stand and bake sale will offer a variety of food items.

  • Tours of the school and church are available from 9 a.m.-noon.

  • The event will be held rain or shine, with most activities taking place indoors if it is raining.

  • Those desiring to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt should preregister with Kathy Bittner at or 717-850-0943.

  • Off-street parking is available behind he church at Reineke Place.


Keystone Christian Academy is an affordable, innovative private PreK-9 Christian School in York where students thrive, families matter, educators inspire and communities benefit. Flexible education options and small classes allow individual attention to accommodate different learning styles. Families from all backgrounds are welcome; admission is not limited to church-going families.

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