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Music & Wine Festival

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

This summer, take a step back in time to the days when Elvis was cool, The Blues Brothers had a huge following and Michael Jackson’s hit was “Thriller.” Enjoy listening to the vibes of national and local recording artists at the June 15 – 16, 2013 Mus...

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Cruise the Susquehanna in Harrisburg

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

One of the best ways to appreciate the beauty of the Susquehanna River is to take a cruise on one of Pennsylvania’s two authentic paddle wheels – the Pride of the Susquehanna or the Hiawatha.

The Pride of the Susquehanna, an authentic paddlewheel located...

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The Keystone Derby

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

Don’t miss the showdown when the Harrisburg City Islanders take on the intra-state rival, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds on Friday, June 21, 2013.  The Keystone Derby is slated for a 7:00pm kick-off at the Skyline Sports Complex on City Island, Harrisburg, PA.

A professional soccer t...

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The Market that Never Closes!

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

Pennsylvania’s largest indoor-outdoor farmers and flea market, Saturday’s Market has over 300 participating indoor merchants and hundreds of outdoor merchants.  The variety of merchants offer a wide selection of food (indoors only), collectables, antiques, jewelry, household items and...

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Blooming Mountain Laurel

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

A profusion of native wildflowers herald spring and summer in Penn’s Woods. Chief among them is the evergreen Mountain Laurel. Former Governor Gifford Pinchot designated the Mountain Laurel as Pennsylvania’s official state flower on May 5, 1933.

Mountain laurel normally begins to bloom late May and its pink and white blossoms fill the woo...

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Grand Opening - Seminary Ridge Museum

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

Gettysburg’s newest museum – the Seminary Ridge Museum – will open on July 1, 2013, 150 years to the day that the Battle of Gettysburg began and was waged on the museum’s grounds.  The museum building itself became the battle’s largest field hospital. Located on the campus of the...

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A Short Drive to Another World!

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

Are you tired of going to the same place for vacation?  Take a drive and experience the magic of breathtaking scenery and small town charm of Wellsboro, Pennsylvania.  Located in Tioga County, 52-miles northwest of Williamsport, Wellsboro was incorporated in 1830 and named in honor of Mary Wells, wife of one of the original settlers.

Well...

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The Road to Gettysburg: A Bridge Shapes History

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

Columbia is one of three Susquehanna River Towns, each involved in the war in their own way and each a symbol of the civil resistance that colors the picture of the Civil War in Central Pennsylvania. In June 1863, as Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia was set to cross into Columbia to capture Lancaster on its way towards Harrisburg, militia from Co...

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In the Market

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

The nation's oldest and largest outdoor flea market, Rice's Market with 30 acres and over 500 vendors is as big as a mall, but offers an alternative to paying retail prices. Your one-stop bargain shopping paradise. Peruse aisles of Amish foods and crafts, women clothing and accessories, antiques, hand-made collectibles, flowers, plants, and prod...

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150 Reasons Why to Visit Gettysburg

03/10/2014 - 5:21pm

On June 28, 1863, Confederate troops marched on Gettysburg. A few days later, nearly 170,000 Union and Confederate troops would converge on the fields and in this small town. The war's most famous battle would rage for three days, leaving 51,000 dead, wounded, captured or missing.

The...

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