Retro Our Town: Annville Watch Party

June 17, 2020
7:00pm Eastern Time
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WITF is cracking open our archival programming vault for a special retro virtual "Our Town Watch Party"!

Loyal viewers may fondly remember WITF TV's Our Town series. It ran for 31 episodes and even inspired 4 episodes of the spin-off series Growing Up In...Residents in communities all across Central PA used their camcorders (remember those!) to help produce a video scrapbook of the people, places and happenings in their town.

Join us Wednesday, June 17 at 7pm as we host a virtual Our Town: Annville Watch Party. Due to COVID-19, this year's Old Annville Day summer street fair was cancelled. So instead we're dusting off this virtual "time capsule" to celebrate the community and take a look back at life in Annville circa mid-2000s.

Produced in the spring of 2005, Our Town Annville takes viewers on an hour-long tour of the town, its history, its organizations, its businesses, and its people.Join us and learn about Annville’s history and see how Annville has changed. .

Supported by Kreamer Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. and the Law Office of Tucker Hull.

Video Description

Our Town Annville Intro and Show1

60minutes minutes



  • Fred Vigeant

  • Sandy Kern

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