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Visit PA to Enjoy the Spirit of the Holiday Season

first_img Holidays,  The Blog The holidays have arrived and Pennsylvania has plenty to keep you in the spirit of the season while giving you a break from the usual hustle and bustle. Bundle up, hit the road, and pursue your happiness at the various charming attractions open now across the state.Christmas Magic – A Festival of Lights, York, York CountyWarm up with some hot chocolate and enjoy a stroll through 600,000 Christmas lights, holiday scenes, train displays, and more during Christmas Magic – A Festival of Lights at York County’s Rocky Ridge Park. The half-mile walking trail, accessible to anyone, wanders through a forest nestled on a quiet mountaintop. The annual holiday celebration has earned acclaim in The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Wall Street Journal. The event runs through December 31, but is closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.Shadrack Christmas Wonderland, Prospect, Butler CountyThe second annual Shadrack Christmas Wonderland at Big Butler Fairgrounds in Prospect is the world’s largest drive-through, fully synchronized light and music show of its kind. Featuring hundreds of thousands of environmentally friendly LED Christmas lights, guests can sync their radio with the show and watch the lights dance in perfect harmony with the music. Shows are held nightly through January 8.Winter Lights Spectacular, Schnecksville, Lehigh CountyDuring the holiday season, the Lehigh Valley Zoo transforms into the Winter Lights Spectacular. The winter wonderland boasts giant snow globes, “snowballs” for children to toss, and milk and cookies with Santa. The annual event will be open Wednesday to Sundays through January 1, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.Hershey Sweet Lights, Hershey, Dauphin CountyExperience NOEL in Hersheypark, a breathtaking light show featuring more than 200,000 dancing lights synchronized to your favorite Christmas music. Nightly shows take place every half hour starting at 5 p.m. in The Hollow of Hersheypark. For those who want to stay warm in the car, explore Hershey Sweet Lights. This two-mile wooded driving path provides a twinkling journey where visitors can view more than 600 animated displays.Illuminaire Nights in Scenic Skippack Village, Skippack, Montgomery CountyThe annual Illuminaire Nights in scenic Skippack Village takes an already picturesque main street and dusts it with extra holiday charm. Hundreds of candles line the pathways and retail spaces of this alluring Montgomery County spot, where shoppers and carolers tap into the warm feeling of the holidays. See the spectacle Wednesdays and Fridays until December 23.Winter Flower & Light Show at Phipps Conservatory, Pittsburgh, Allegheny CountyGet into the spirit of the holiday season at the Winter Flower & Light Show at Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh. Go on a magical stroll through the vibrant holiday light displays throughout the Conservatory, and marvel at the holiday decor illuminating the Outdoor Garden. This enchanting celebration of the winter season will be open until January 8.Koziar’s Christmas Village, Bernville, Berks CountyThe night sky above Pennsylvania’s Americana Region is brightened each holiday season thanks to the beautiful light displays of Koziar’s Christmas Village in Bernville. Koziar’s is an extraordinary seasonal attraction filled with delightful displays, a train, a kissing bridge, and thousands of twinkling lights. Koziar’s is open seven nights a week through January 1.Overly’s Country Christmas, Greensburg, Westmoreland CountyMake a new holiday memory at Overly’s Country Christmas. In Greensburg, the event features a Christmas Village for visitors to explore that’s filled with an array of old-fashioned traditions and treats. Sing carols around the bonfire, revel in the model train display, have your picture taken with Santa, take a horse-drawn wagon or sleigh ride, and shop for gifts in the General Store.To stay connected with more holiday ideas, follow Pennsylvania’s updates on our social media channels (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube) and use the hashtag #PAHolidays to help spread the word about this special time of the year. Or signup for our monthly newsletter for PA road trip ideas and events that are happening across our great state. December 07, 2016 Visit PA to Enjoy the Spirit of the Holiday Season HOLIDAYS SHARE TWEET By: First Lady Frances Wolf Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Alpena High honors graduating class of 2020

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich – Alpena high School will be honoring their graduating class of 2020 by having a diploma presentation commencement ceremony.Three ceremonies will be held according to your last name on June 13.Seniors can pick up their tickets at Alpena High in front of the oval on June 9th and 10th.For more information on times, you can contact Alpena High School Principal Thomas Berriman at berrimant@alpenaschools.comAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Alcona resident organizes pop up pantryNext Alpena mall owner welcomes suggestions for J.C. Penney replacementlast_img read more

Minister Kiren Rijiju wants this Indian sport to be included in the Olympics!

first_imgImage Courtesy: Shutterstock/TOIAdvertisement c8ljzaNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1r6rlWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E9xxcwsg( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 6u1oWould you ever consider trying this?😱avwCan your students do this? 🌚d7g5Roller skating! Powered by Firework Over the years, a number of different sports were introduced to Olympics, and even in the 2020 Summer Olympics, five new sports have been added. However, while the grand event for this year has faced a postponement to the next year, proposal to add another sport has come up from none other than India’s Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, and its the revered game of kabaddi!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Shutterstock/TOIOne of the oldest sport in India and all over the world, kabaddi has achieved a substantial amout of reputation in recent years, with tournaments such as the introduction into the Asian Games, initiation of the Kabaddi World Cup, and even the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League, which has gained a ton of popularity in the country.Even though kabaddi was introduced as a demonstration sport in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, but failed to retain the spot. Although, Kiren Rijiju believes its India’s ultimate aim to include the sport in the grand event.Advertisement Speaking in the Online Coaches Knowledge Enhancement session organised by the Sports Authority of India (SAI), Rijiju spoke to over 700 kabaddi coaches across the country.“Kabaddi has already been included in the Asian Games and now, not just India, but all Asian countries must come together to ensure that the sport in included in the Olympics as well. That is our ultimate goal,” Rijiju was quoted by The Times of India.Advertisement “And to achieve that goal we must improve the standard of the game in India and also ensure that we propagate it across geographical locations in India and the rest of the world.” the Sports Minister added.India has been the most successful team in the Kabaddi World Cup, with winning the tournament three times. The Pro Kabaddi League, since its inauguration back in 2014, has also been a huge success, with a viewer count second to only cricket in India. The 2019 PKL season had gathered over 1.2 billion views worldwide.In recent past, the World Kabaddi Federation (WKF) has been making efforts to include kabaddi in the Olympics. However, according to International Olympic Committee (IOC), to be included in the Olympics, a sport needs to be played systematically in at least 50 affiliated countries. However at present, 40 countries play the sport.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-SAI ensuring athletes receive equipment to train despite nationwide Covid-19 lockdownRead which is the latest Pakistani player to get banned for corruption! Advertisementlast_img read more