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The Centre County Grange Encampment and Fair, better known as “The Grange Fair,” happens in Centre Hall each August. This year marks the 144th anniversary of this unique fair. The Grange Fair is a city within a town, as campers “move into” Grange Park in Centre Hall, PA to live for more than a week. The fair is economical family entertainment, with one low admission fee and free entertainment including nationally-known performers. Enjoy a closer look at the vital role of agriculture, with thousands of exhibits, livestock competitions, and horse shows. Feel the rumble of horsepower from tractors and trucks, and the thrill of rides for all ages, while tempting scents of delicious festival food waft through the air.
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Historic Skyline Drive, a National Scenic Byway, traverses Shenandoah National Park, winding its way through 105 miles of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. While you are gazing out at the breath taking views be sure to keep an eye on the road: deer, black bear, wild turkey, and other woodland animals call Shenandoah National Park home. The speed limit is 35 mph taking visitors about three hours to travel the entire length of the park on a clear day. Plan now to enjoy a perfect drive through the natural beauty of the Shenandoah Valley this year! www.VisitShenandoah.org …
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Westeros might not be the only place to find dragons! Philadelphia — visitphilly.com offers Dragons, Krakens and Unicorns…oh my at the The Academy of Natural Sciences. …
Dragons, Krakens & Unicorns! Cool Philly Exhibit Explores Mythic Creatures
The Academy of Natural Sciences looks for the true tales behind history’s most famous beasts…
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This Easter weekend, explore the "Easter Eggs" of Visit Pittsburgh! These lesser-known sites are a lot of fun to check out. …
Pittsburgh Easter Eggs
Looking for a unique Pittsburgh experience? Explore these hidden Pittsburgh Easter Eggs!
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