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Taking place in early January, the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show has helped the Keystone State kickoff the new year for more than a century.
In August, state Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced that the 2021 Farm Show would be held virtually in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week, the Department of Agriculture released the much-anticipated schedule of events for the upcoming show, which includes agriculturally themed bedtime stories, STEM demonstrations and DIY projects and activities.
“We hope that this year’s virtual show can offer a whole new perspective on a beloved tradition,” Redding said in a statement. “We look forward to being welcomed into homes across the commonwealth as we Cultivate Tomorrow.”