Pennsylvania Dutch Dinner

Good food, friends, and fellowship.

Penn-York Camp is pleased to present our annual Pennsylvania Dutch Dinner (formerly Spring Banquet).

This fundraising event will be held on May 8 beginning at 6:30 p.m. We will be providing our traditional Pennsylvania Dutch Menu. The program will include an update on summer camp from Kim Kropf, our Program director, and worship with Jed and Julie Gehman. The Dutch Dinner is free, but a free will offering will be taken. This event is a great way to learn about the ministry of Penn-York Camp.


Tickets are free and anyone can attend, but tickets must be reserved ahead of time by contacting the camp office.​

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  • Ham loaf

  • Chicken Pot Pie

  • Rolls

  • Baked Corn

  • Pickles

  • Green beans with bacon

  • ​Brown buttered noodles

  • Red beat eggs

  • Apple sauce

  • Coleslaw

  • Homemade pies

Responding to COVID-19

The Dutch Dinner will look a little different this year due to COVID-19. We have a few less tables so we can spread out, and we will have less seating at each table. Attendees will be encouraged to wear a mask unless they are seated at their table. Masks will be worn through the food line and PYC staff will serve the food.

Table Hosts

A critical part of our Dutch Dinner are the table hosts. A table host commits to inviting friends to the Dutch Dinner and filling the seven other seats at the table they will be at.

If you are interested in hosting a table, please contact the camp office.

Table Sponsors

Our tables are all sponsored. Thank you to everyone who got involved. There is still room for those who wish to attend. Contact out office for tickets.