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    Meet Our 2021 Social Mission Partner: Crispus Attucks

    At Fig, we believe in the power of a community that works together to identify needs and find solutions —one that creates connections and is passionate about helping its neighbors. Each year, Fig partners with a nonprofit organization working to transform the community. Our 2021 Social Mission Partner is Crispus Attucks. Please join us in supporting them.

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    Spice Up Your Life: Recipes from The Spice & Tea Exchange

    Do you know The Spice & Tea Exchange has a plethora of recipes on their website? We we're lucky enough to sample Glazed Lavender Lemon Cookies made with Lavender Lemon Sugar after our Spring photoshoot, and trust us you are going to want to bake these.

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    Servant Stage: Inspire. Educate. Challenge. Entertain.

    The Servant Stage Company joyfully serves our community by making quality, family-friendly shows easily accessible to everyone with pay-what-you-will performances.

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    Fresh Face: Tonnino Winery

    When something is ‘from  the source,’ it’s often considered to be of the highest quality. In the world of Italian wines, this statement couldn’t be any truer. Tonnino Azienda Vitivinicola, or the Tonnino Winery, is a small Italian wine producer based in Alcamo, Sicily.

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    Fresh Face: The Black Goat Gastropub

    Andrew Denton is a Lancaster newcomer, but you wouldn’t be able to tell after eating at his new restaurant, The Black Goat Gastropub, located in the Spring House Taproom on King Street.

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    Fig Table Iron: Hill Brewery

    A short year ago, the ​Iron Hill Brewery ​on Harrisburg Pike would’ve been buzzing with Franklin & Marshall students, couples enjoying happy hour brews, and ugly-sweater wearers celebrating the holidays with their coworkers. Today, the space looks a little different–with numbers taped along the hightop parallel to the bar for social distancing guidelines and a properly masked-up staff, it’s clear that this trusted community brewery has taken every recommended safety precaution to heart.

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    Fresh Face: Maejean Vintage

    Maejean Vintage sisters , Laura Mae and Amanda Jean love a good story. Nothing excites them more than hunting for vintage jewelry at local estate sales and auctions, then piecing together its history using their decades’ worth of expertise.

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    Fresh Face: Best Celebrations and More

    Meylin Best is reminding us to continue to celebrate–not despite these challenging times, but because of them. The prospect of opening a business in Downtown Lancaster mid-pandemic would send many people running for the hills. But for Meylin, the services she provides at Best Celebrations and More are essential; with these ever-rising levels of stress, who wouldn’t benefit from a pause to celebrate? Who doesn’t feel like a little kid again in the presence of dozens of vivid, shimmering balloons?

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    Lombardo’s Mangiare at Home

    Lombardo’s long-anticipated reopening last month did not come without sacrifice: after nearly a year of closure and more than $2 million dollars in renovations, the revival of this 75-year old establishment and historical relic was truly a study in preserving family legacy.

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    Fresh Face: Lancaster Pickle Company

    It's never too late to find your calling. For Jason Ziegler, that calling is pickles. A native of South Philadelphia, Jason moved to Lancaster at the age of 17 to live with his father. When he was 20 years old, he ran his own automobile dealership. But it was in 2010 that Jason, in a desire to move on from cars, decided to set his sights on pickles. 

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    Have a Heart for the Small Businesses of the City of Lancaster

    Bundle up the family and come to the city to shop, eat, and make memories during four festive events designed to make buying local even more fun this holiday.

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