Yes we have a famous battlefield to tour by car, bicycle, horseback, and even on foot but we boast a wealth of activities beyond those historic acres.
From historic taverns to ethnic cuisine, farm-to-table dining to unique edibles, the tastes of Gettysburg are sure to please every palate.
With adventures to suit every budget, Gettysburg and Adams County businesses offer plenty of packages to help visitors create their dream vacations.
Sarah from the left. Beth from the right. No shouting. No insults. Plenty of nuance. They explore current events without resorting to tired talking points while focusing on solutions, vision and commonality.
A live podcast of Pantsuit Politics, among the top 5 percent of all podcasts with more than 50,000 subscribers and 1.4 million downloads, will air from The Majestic Theatre in Gettysburg. The event is serving as a fundraiser for the Gettysburg Rec Park.
They say, “Practicing respectful dialogue builds intellectual, emotional and spiritual muscles in ways that benefit us for beyond politics.”
Pantsuit Politics has been featured by Parents Magazine, Elle Magazine, Bustle, Decode DC, The Simple Show and What Should I Read Next?, as well as other podcasts.
Sarah Stewart Holland (from the left) has always loved politics, although her political opinions have changed drastically over the years. She worked in politics and on Capitol Hill before moving back to her hometown of Paducah, KY, where she currently serves on the Paducah City Commission. She is happily married and the mother of three sons. Sarah likes her bourbon on ice, her romantic dramas with a British accent and her iPhone fully charged.
Beth Silvers (from the right) owns and operates Checking In with Beth Silvers, a life and business coaching practice. Drawing on her eleven years of experience with a large midwestern law firm as an attorney and human resources executive, Beth helps individuals clarify and realize their goals. She has been recognized as one of Ohio’s Most Powerful and Influential Women by the Ohio Diversity Council, a Human Resources GameChanger by Workforce Magazine, and one of Cincinnati’s Forty Under 40 business leaders. A graduate of Leadership Northern Kentucky, Beth lives in Union with her husband, two daughters and miniature schnauzer. She loves people, politics, poetry and watermelon.