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One of America's most historic states, it ranges from the urban flair (and grit) of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh to the bucolic beauties of the Poconos, Dutch Country, and Bucks County. And for history, don't you dare miss Philly and Gettysburg!

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Auto Mania

Auto Mania
Auto Mania
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 11/18/2019 - 14:33

For more than 30 years Auto Mania has been Pennsylvania’s largest indoor heated automotive Flea Market. With continued support from Carlisle Events, old school collectors are turning collections into cash. This can be you! Browse "as seen on TV" collectibles in a sea of endless collections being passed on to the new, younger generation of collectors. Auto Mania offers you a great opportunity to build on your collection. With an urgent appeal to pickers, flippers, investors and collectors you can't go wrong by showing up and getting your share of the fresh unpicked merchandise. The spectrum of diversity should appeal to most of you getting warmed up for Carlisle Events season.

302 N 17th St

Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104

01/17/20 - 01/19/20
Allentown PA Fairgrounds
Every Day
Event Hours: Fri 12pm-9pm , Sat 9am - 6pm , Sun 9am - 3 pm
$10 Daily

Jewish New Media Festival

Jewish New Media Festival
Jewish New Media Festival
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 11/18/2019 - 14:06

The nation’s first festival dedicated to sharing, celebrating, and exploring Jewish storytelling in the digital-global age! This weekend-long festival will bring together the works of established and emerging New Media artists, media producers, and thinkers for two days of exploration, connection, and innovation at the National Museum of American Jewish History. Taking place December 7-8, 2019. See the full lineup at

101 S Independence Mall E

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106

12/07/19 - 12/08/19
National Museum of American Jewish History
5 PM - 9 PM
(215) 545-4400

The Magical Miracle of Hanukkah

The Magical Miracle of Hanukkah
The Magical Miracle of Hanukkah
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 11/18/2019 - 11:16

Small wonders will blow your mind in this magical event that is perfect for all ages. Come be amazed bu Magician Brian Curry as he gets you gasping, clapping, and laughing at a spectacular performance you won't soon forget. Latkes and sufganiyot will be available for purchase.

2000 Hollywood Dr

York, Pennsylvania 17403

York Jewish Community Center
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
$12, 2 and under free

Christmas Madrigal Dinner Theatre

Christmas Madrigal Dinner Theatre
Christmas Madrigal Dinner Theatre
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 11/18/2019 - 10:31

The menu for each night is representative of typical medieval dinner fare of the time and is yours to enjoy–spoon in hand! Last year the menu created and prepared by Julie Findlan Powell of Little It Deli includes from 15th century England “Pullus Iuvenis” (stuffed chicken with bread pork stuffing with raisins and eggs) and “Brawn en Peuerade” (pulled pork in wine sauce) and from 16th century Ireland “Colcannon” (mashed potatoes with cabbage, bacon and cheese). Finishing the meal were cooked carrots with cinnamon and butter, fresh baked bread, and for dessert bread pudding with vanilla rum sauce. Of course, no meal back then was complete without continuous goblets of wassail and this beverage flows freely.

Wolf's Den Restaurant 291 Timber Wolf Run

Knox, Pennsylvania 16232

12/06/19 - 12/07/19
Every Day

Ballet Forum: George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®

Ballet Forum: George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®
Ballet Forum: George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®
Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 11/18/2019 - 10:23

You’re invited to learn about the strange origins of this beloved Christmas classic. Panelists Jehnna Lewis, PhD candidate at University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Laura Katz, Professor of Dance at Temple University, will speak on the original Nutcracker story and the history of its adaption from literature to ballet. Ballet Master Charles Askegard will also be reading from E.T.A Hoffmann’s original Nutracker!

128 North Broad St.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art's Rhoden Art Center
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM

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Comment by Darryl Musick on July 12, 2011 at 10:14am
It's All Star day. We wrap up Baseball Week's travel reports on The World on Wheels today with this trip to Philadelphia to take in a Phillie's game. Along the way, we also visit the city's historic sites and eat some cheesesteak: http://
Comment by Darryl Musick on July 6, 2011 at 10:14am
Moving up the list, this week on The World on Wheels Fields of Dreams, we get to number 6. It's the home of arguably the best starting rotation in baseball, Citizen's Bank Park in Philadelphia. Our updated look is online now:
Comment by Allie McCoy on June 22, 2011 at 11:23am
Please let us know when the article about the Lukins Steel tour is published. I would like to read that.
Comment by Travel with Pen and Palate on June 22, 2011 at 11:06am
I'm covering The Lukins Steel Historic District (PA) tour 23 June. Founded by a Quaker family in the early 19th century, Lukins Steel created a socially advanced Company Town.The company still exits today.
Comment by Tripatini on June 20, 2011 at 10:54am
This week our featured most popular blog post is the recently published account of a trip to Gettysburg -- well worth a read!
Comment by Ed Wetschler on May 24, 2011 at 5:04pm
Lunch with folks from Lancaster today -- a reminder of how dramatically the museum and gallery scene(s) there has expanded.
Comment by Allie McCoy on May 13, 2011 at 12:48pm
My children and I are going downtown to Philadelphia's Italian Food festival tomorrow. It is so much fun. Have you done it?
Comment by Mark Mattson on April 22, 2011 at 5:14pm
Anyone want to make money and have fun promoting PA destinations with advanced QR coding and technologies?
Comment by Cara O'Donnell on April 12, 2011 at 5:01pm
No worries Allie! We'll make sure everyone gets a great Civil War 150 visit in PA - in Gettysburg and beyond! :-)
Comment by Allie McCoy on April 12, 2011 at 3:13pm
Thank you, Ms. O'Donnell. I visited the new Visitors Center shortly after it opened three years ago. It is as spectacular as you say it is and I will certainly visit it again. I would not have guessed that it is managed by a separate group, and I was saddened that this great museum might have been closed for the sesquicentennial.



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