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Goose Day is a Juniata River Valley tradition that has been observed for more than two centuries. Brought here in the late 1700s, Goose Day’s arrival is thanks to an early settler from England. Legend has it that if you eat goose on Sept. 29, you will never want for money all the year round. Believers of this tradition adhere to it faithfully and eat goose every Sept. 29, thus ensuring wealth and prosperity for the coming year.
There is so much to do in the Juniata River Valley in September. Check out THE LIST on Sept. 1 and start making your plans to visit us. While you’re at it, book a stay in the Juniata River Valley so you have plenty of time to do it all.
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