Haar's Auction

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  • 185 Logan Rd

    Dillsburg, PA 17019

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  • 717-432-3011

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Two mvies for less than the price of one. Reasonably priced concessions. Sometimes it is very crowded and some patrons are a little rowdy. I usually have a good time. i have taken my kids to many movies here. I love drive ins. this is one of the last in our carea.

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Two mvies for less than the price of one. Reasonably priced concessions. Sometimes it is very crowded and some patrons are a little rowdy. I usually have a good time. i have taken my kids to many movies here. I love drive ins. this is one of the last in our carea.

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Nut job on a golf cart! BEWARE!!!
Tonight the underbelly of Haar's drive-in was distinctly revealed. The raging alcoholic on a golf cart told me I had to move my minivan, because the row we were parked in was "cars only". We were parked next to an SUV. I said to what I now refer to as "the golf-cart jockey" we would move if the larger SUV next to us and the two other SUVs move as well. He pounded his fist on his golf cart and said, "MOVE NOW!"- Whoa! Didn't see that one coming. What should I do? I had to move. I had my wife and kids with me. The guy snapped because I told him he was unfair. Obviously, I wasn't dealing with a rational person. I am not kidding. This guy was in a rage. I didn't get it- Normal people don't act like this. I said, " fine, I want my money back." He said, "Follow my cart!"- The people were as shocked as I was. My thought as to why he only asked us to move, was that we had out of state plates. He didn't give any reason, other than "cars only". I mean, why else? We were just sitting there listening to what now seems as surreal 50's music eating our burgers and fries. Bizarre, isn't it? It had to be our out of town plates, my wife mentioned that she noticed him looking at our plates earlier, and thought nothing of it. Maybe this guy never saw these plates before. After explaining to him that I had just spent $48 on milkshakes, burgers and fries for my family of four (after we watched people eating contraband snacks and soda- but I didn't mention that) he still was a complete jerk. We recently moved to York we brought our kids to show the drive-in experience. I was perplexed and frustrated because we were the only mini-van/SUV asked to move. I thought it was unfair that we were the only ones asked to move (to the very back of the lot). Am I a second class citizen? Anyone would be as confused and frustrated. I think he has a drinking problem-seriously, and he thought since we had out of state plates he could push us around. I explained that I had written a glowing review of his business on the web. He didn't care. I told him he was discriminating. He ignored me. I mean he just stared very coldly at me and didn't say a word. It was sort of disturbing. After a long awkward pause waiting for his reply, I asked "why don't the other SUVs have to move?". He said, "cars only-" Huh?- I thought. Doesn't this guy see the 3 other minivan/SUVS? I said I was going to file a complaint, he then replied I could do just that because he was calling the police. For what? He said I would be arrested for trespassing. I felt the urge to laugh that laugh when things really aren't funny, but you feel like laughing. You know? This was unbelievable. He told me to wait in my car he would be right back. There was a chain across the exit, and cars were still trickling in. I couldn't leave! Maybe I would get arrested? The police came. And in a nutshell, the police thought the whole deal stunk too, the officer explained he didn't make the rules- it was private property. As I turned on the light in our van- he said noticing our kids, "Oh, I didn't know you had little ones in there." Then frowned sympatheticly toward me and my wife. And of course I wasn't arrested as the old drunk'n windbag had threatened. I got my money back and left.
I read in the YDR that they were struggling to stay afloat and the thing that was hurting them was people sneaking food in. I spent $64 supporting this mom and pops enterprise- and planned on going twice a month throughout the summer, I raved about how quaint it was. I retract all of that and will be telling people not to waste the drive to Haar's. I am so upset- my kids are upset. I will now go out of my way to tell people about our experience. I have never been treated so rudely anywhere in my life. I usually do not make mountains out of molehills, but this crosses the line. I mean I was threatened to be arrested! And threatened about how he knew all the police officers in town. And how he had had people arrested before. Why was he trying so hard to intimidate me? Why was I the only minivan/SUV asked to move? The police officer could plainly see the three other SUVs in that row. The police officer said I was welcome to stay (of course) but I didn't feel welcome. Why would I?
That hot head golf-cart jockey will be reason number two that Haar's goes under! Are times that bad that you start biting the hand that feeds you? A paying customer?
~Bad karma dude! Soften your heart old timer. Life is short golf cart jockey. And thanks for ruining my night!

Resident
York, PA

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Nut job on a golf cart! BEWARE!!!
Tonight the underbelly of Haar's drive-in was distinctly revealed. The raging alcoholic on a golf cart told me I had to move my minivan, because the row we were parked in was "cars only". We were parked next to an SUV. I said to what I now refer to as "the golf-cart jockey" we would move if the larger SUV next to us and the two other SUVs move as well. He pounded his fist on his golf cart and said, "MOVE NOW!"- Whoa! Didn't see that one coming. What should I do? I had to move. I had my wife and kids with me. The guy snapped because I told him he was unfair. Obviously, I wasn't dealing with a rational person. I am not kidding. This guy was in a rage. I didn't get it- Normal people don't act like this. I said, " fine, I want my money back." He said, "Follow my cart!"- The people were as shocked as I was. My thought as to why he only asked us to move, was that we had out of state plates. He didn't give any reason, other than "cars only". I mean, why else? We were just sitting there listening to what now seems as surreal 50's music eating our burgers and fries. Bizarre, isn't it? It had to be our out of town plates, my wife mentioned that she noticed him looking at our plates earlier, and thought nothing of it. Maybe this guy never saw these plates before. After explaining to him that I had just spent $48 on milkshakes, burgers and fries for my family of four (after we watched people eating contraband snacks and soda- but I didn't mention that) he still was a complete jerk. We recently moved to York we brought our kids to show the drive-in experience. I was perplexed and frustrated because we were the only mini-van/SUV asked to move. I thought it was unfair that we were the only ones asked to move (to the very back of the lot). Am I a second class citizen? Anyone would be as confused and frustrated. I think he has a drinking problem-seriously, and he thought since we had out of state plates he could push us around. I explained that I had written a glowing review of his business on the web. He didn't care. I told him he was discriminating. He ignored me. I mean he just stared very coldly at me and didn't say a word. It was sort of disturbing. After a long awkward pause waiting for his reply, I asked "why don't the other SUVs have to move?". He said, "cars only-" Huh?- I thought. Doesn't this guy see the 3 other minivan/SUVS? I said I was going to file a complaint, he then replied I could do just that because he was calling the police. For what? He said I would be arrested for trespassing. I felt the urge to laugh that laugh when things really aren't funny, but you feel like laughing. You know? This was unbelievable. He told me to wait in my car he would be right back. There was a chain across the exit, and cars were still trickling in. I couldn't leave! Maybe I would get arrested? The police came. And in a nutshell, the police thought the whole deal stunk too, the officer explained he didn't make the rules- it was private property. As I turned on the light in our van- he said noticing our kids, "Oh, I didn't know you had little ones in there." Then frowned sympatheticly toward me and my wife. And of course I wasn't arrested as the old drunk'n windbag had threatened. I got my money back and left.
I read in the YDR that they were struggling to stay afloat and the thing that was hurting them was people sneaking food in. I spent $64 supporting this mom and pops enterprise- and planned on going twice a month throughout the summer, I raved about how quaint it was. I retract all of that and will be telling people not to waste the drive to Haar's. I am so upset- my kids are upset. I will now go out of my way to tell people about our experience. I have never been treated so rudely anywhere in my life. I usually do not make mountains out of molehills, but this crosses the line. I mean I was threatened to be arrested! And threatened about how he knew all the police officers in town. And how he had had people arrested before. Why was he trying so hard to intimidate me? Why was I the only minivan/SUV asked to move? The police officer could plainly see the three other SUVs in that row. The police officer said I was welcome to stay (of course) but I didn't feel welcome. Why would I?
That hot head golf-cart jockey will be reason number two that Haar's goes under! Are times that bad that you start biting the hand that feeds you? A paying customer?
~Bad karma dude! Soften your heart old timer. Life is short golf cart jockey. And thanks for ruining my night!

Resident
York, PA

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This is a must do family experience. Harr's is an old fashioned drive-in theater. They typically play two movies back to back. You park your car next to a speaker or can tune your radio in. PIck up trucks and mini-vans are great, but many just bring camping chairs, blankets, or sit in cars. Kids play with soccer balls or frisbees before the movies. The concession stand is old fashioned -- great milkshakes! You really feel like you're in the 50s for awhile. We drive about an hour to go to Harr's as often as we can. As a side note: this is the PERFECT date for people with an infant or small child! Baby can sleep in the back while Mom and Dad go to a MOVIE :)

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This is a must do family experience. Harr's is an old fashioned drive-in theater. They typically play two movies back to back. You park your car next to a speaker or can tune your radio in. PIck up trucks and mini-vans are great, but many just bring camping chairs, blankets, or sit in cars. Kids play with soccer balls or frisbees before the movies. The concession stand is old fashioned -- great milkshakes! You really feel like you're in the 50s for awhile. We drive about an hour to go to Harr's as often as we can. As a side note: this is the PERFECT date for people with an infant or small child! Baby can sleep in the back while Mom and Dad go to a MOVIE :)

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This is not the place to take items to sell. They won't accept some of your items if they have minor damage and don't realize buyers go there to get things like that cheap. There is no money there. You'll take a huge loss selling there.

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This is not the place to take items to sell. They won't accept some of your items if they have minor damage and don't realize buyers go there to get things like that cheap. There is no money there. You'll take a huge loss selling there.

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Haar's is a fun place to spend an evening. I got a box of junk for a few dollars that had some old typing (carbon) paper that I sold on ebay for $50! It is also a great place to take the junk that you don't want anymore and make a little

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Haar's is a fun place to spend an evening. I got a box of junk for a few dollars that had some old typing (carbon) paper that I sold on ebay for $50! It is also a great place to take the junk that you don't want anymore and make a little

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Harrs auction is a great palce to spend a little money and have a great time!!! I love to go and bid on the junk boxes. You never know what it in them. Its fun to see what you can get in the boxes

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Harrs auction is a great palce to spend a little money and have a great time!!! I love to go and bid on the junk boxes. You never know what it in them. Its fun to see what you can get in the boxes

 

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