Farm Show Opens Tomorrow
After taking a hiatus last year with a virtual show, the 106th Pennsylvania Farm Show is set to begin tomorrow, January 8 at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg.
New exhibits this year include Bethlehem's National Museum of Industrial History, Cowboy Church in the New Holland Arena on Sunday morning for a non-denominational service, a cornhole tournament Tuesday at 5 pm and a Country Line Dance-Off Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30.
Visitors can also learn what it takes to be a rodeo clown, barrel racer, or rodeo queen during the Frontier Finals Rodeo taking place from January 13-15.
New in the Food Court are pierogi provided by the Pa Cooperative Potato Growers, wild portabella mushroom jerky and shredded portabella mushroom nachos brought to you by the Mushroom Farmers of Pennsylvania, vegetable stir-fry, veggie burgers and veggie corn dogs brought to you by the Pa Vegetable Growers Association, apple salsa and apple cotton candy brought to you by the State Horticultural Association of Pa and Momma D's pork and kraut and shepherd's pie bowls bought to you by C&J Catering.
Craft brew lovers will also be able to take home their favorite brew for the first time this year.
Admission is free. Parking is $15 per vehicle and a shuttle service is available.
The show runs through Saturday, January 15. To learn more, visit the farm show website here.