Throughout Pa., outdoor ice rinks and frozen ponds welcome cold-weather adventurers who are looking to get some exercise, have some family fun, or recreate a scene from their favorite holiday movie.
Pennsylvania's state parks will host more than 40 guided hikes on January 1.
Celebrations will take place throughout the state for the holiday Dr. Maulana Karenga created in 1966 as a way for “African American families to reconnect to their roots and their community."
From boilo to Belsnickel, read about the different ways Pennsylvanians celebrate the holidays—and if you like, pick up a new tradition to help you celebrate this year.
These 12 Hanukkah celebrations will take place throughout Pennsylvania—some are free for the community, others require paid admission—leading up to or during the Festival of Lights.
If you’ll be drinking bubbles during the holidays, consider these Pennsylvania sparkling wines in a variety of styles that show the craftsmanship, quality, and creativity of the state’s winemakers.
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