Partying with a  Purpose in Central Pennslyvania

Parrot Heads in Amish Paradise is a group of Pholks in the Greater Central Pennsylvania Area brought together, initially, by their love of Jimmy Buffett music.  We are a local chapter of the Parrot Heads in Paradise, the national organization that promotes fellowship among Jimmy Buffett fans through club Phlockings and more importantly community service, especially for environmental concerns.

Join us at our monthly meetings to get to know fellow members, hear about club happenings, raffle prizes, and live music from Tropical Soul!

Whether it's a live concerts, golf tournaments, road clean-up, serving Ronald McDonald house meals, or charity walk, there's always a philanthropic component. Check out our upcoming events. 

Become an official Parrot Head member through our local chapter - meet fellow Jimmy Buffet fans, and  get benefits like access to concert tickets!

Club News


New Member Special – 50% off through November!

Thinking of joining the Parrot Head PHlock? Take advantage of our New Member special discount! New Members who sign up between now until November 2017 receive a 50% discount on membership. You can get an…
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Parrot Head Corn Hole Tournament – June 10, 2017, Dillsburg, PA

Come out and enjoy a laid back Margaritaville styled Corn Hole Tournament.  On June 10th 2017, The Parrot heads in Amish Paradise have put together an incredible day of fun at Range End Golf Course.…
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Sign-up for the 3rd Annual Mini Golf Tournament!

On August 20, 2017, the Parrot Heads in Amish Paradise are again partnering with Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Inc. (PAWW) for the 3rd Annual “Jakie Invitational” Miniature Golf Tournament. PAWW provides programs and support to assist…
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2017 Volunteer Dates: Ronald McDonald House and Road Clean-up

Last week, the Captain and Crew met to plan a great year of events, fundraising, and volunteering. Below are the upcoming dates for serving brunch at the Ronald McDonald House and volunteering at our Road…
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