Carlisle Events & Car Shows

Carlisle Events & Car Shows

Included in the annual schedule are three automotive swap meets (car show) in the spring, summer, and fall, and eight individual specialty shows featuring Corvettes, Fords, GM’s, Chryslers, trucks, motorcycles, sport compacts and imports. Founded by friends Bill Miller and Chip Miller, the “Cars at Carlisle” shows have attracted automotive enthusiasts from around the world.

Business Airport of Carlisle

228 PETERSBURG RD
Carlisle, PA 17013

The Business Airport of Carlisle, serves about 66% local general avaiation and the remainder is through traffic (or destination) aircraft.

Reports of the staff at the Carlisle Airport are very positive, showing that our area again has a genuine caring community, with a sense of humor.

The website in the link is not specifically for the airport itself, but the AirNav site which holds and updates technical information.

Artwork by Kathy Maxwell

8 Cave Hill Dr.
Carlisle, PA 17013
717 249 6912

Kathy Maxwell is known for her charming watercolor paintings of local scenes and landmarks. For many, her paintings evoke memories of a time when the pace of life was a little slower. Her artwork has travelled the world with former area residents, who move to far away places and wish to take along a remembrance of home. Prints are available of most of her paintings, and they can be viewed on her website. She sells her work both framed and unframed. You may contact her through her website to purchase a print or commission a painting.

Quest Custom Emboidery

Since 1995, right in downtown Carlisle, Quest Embroidery has been providing Embroidery and Screen Printing not only to area businesses, but around the country.  Quest is committed to the highest quality product, excellent pricing and fast turn-around for your company or personal needs.

“We Sew Singles, We Sew Hundreds!”

Embroidery, screen printing, gifts and other advertising specialties are available, and samples are on site.  Come on in and take a look around.

MAC Design

My name is Matt Creason and I am a highly motivated graphics professional capable of managing the graphics process from concept to finished product with the ability to develop visually appealing content intended to grab attention and convey a direct message. I am accustomed to performing under pressure to meet deadlines in a goal-oriented environment.

MAC Design was started in January 2011 as a freelance graphic design endeavor specializing Print, Web Design and Graphic Design. I am passionate about design and about getting your message across. I am dedicated to you, the customer, to help you receive above and beyond what you envisioned from the beginning. Feel free to contact me to discuss how I can dedicate my passions to help achieve your goals.

I also donate my time to help out a non-profit in Texas that helps children battling cancer at Texas Children’s Hospital. I help with flyers and promotional material. I also volunteer at a local Children’s Hospital once a week to help the children in the hospital.

29 West I Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
717-574-0812

Mateya Law Firm

The Mateya Law Firm has the knowledge and expertise to guide you through the estate planning process with a strategy crafted to meet your unique wishes and circumstances.  We understand the importance of building a relationship of trust with our clients and provide a human touch that is representative of the ideals that truly set us apart. Our focus is on helping people, from the preparation of a well-structured and powerful legacy for your family, through the difficult process of finalizing and handling your loved one’s estates.

The Sentinel / Cumberlink

The Sentinel is Carlisle and Cumberland County’s local newspaper.

457 E. North St
Carlisle, PA 17013
(717) 243-2611

Please Note: There have been a lot of comments on deliveries or missed papers, here on this listing. You NEED to contact the Sentinel directly, this is NOT their site and only lists information so you can contact them, We are not publishing missed delivery comments. Staff at the Sentinel do not read this post. Thanks, Mgt