419 Suedberg Rd
Pine Grove, PA 17963
Phone: (570) 345-4099
Fax: (570) 345-4984
Besides hosting the Schuylkill County Fair, the Fairgrounds is a grandiose venue that hosts diverse events all year round. From livestock markets to music festivals, this multi-utility space offers modern amenities to transform every event into a success story. Apart from the events, the Schuylkill County Fairgrounds at times, is frequented by tourists from far-off areas who come here to bask in its serene atmosphere as well as to experience an unforgettable nature trail amidst the greens. Call ahead to know more.
"Dedicated to the presentation of a broad range of excellent classical music and jazz with an emphasis on communication between musicians and audience," this not-for-profit Pennsylvania corporation serves its mission through concerts, master classes and pre-concert talks. Gretna Music is host to two annual music festivals: Music at Gretna in Mt. Gretna, PA and Gretna Music at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, PA.
Enjoy comedies, musicals and dramas in the theater at Stoever's Dam Park, known as Lebanon Community Theatre.
Frank D. Yuengling Mansion is located at Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. It is a large three story house built in the Tudor-Jacobean style and has 20 plus rooms. It was built in 1913 C.E and is made of brick, stucco, and half-timbering. The mansion is currently managed by the Schuylkill County Council For The Arts and they use it as a cultural center and education facility. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 18, 1979.
Operational since 1972, Penn National Race Course has been entertaining crowds with thrilling races. A prestigious racing track, you have the chance to see well bred, beautiful racing horses here. The track is a mile long and has one of the well maintained stables in Pennsylvania with 1200 stalls. For those who like to gamble, there is the Hollywood Casino with more than 2000 slot machines. Come here and catch some live entertainment and take advantage of the excellent dining facilities here. On race days, the place comes alive with hundreds of people cheering for their horses. Drop by for a one of its kind adrenaline rush at Penn National Race Course.
Ride a train pulled by Thomas the Tank Engine
This magical holiday event at Hersheypark features over one million twinkling lights, more than 20 rides, Santa and his reindeer, and entertainment for the whole family. Held in December.
For those who prefer a closer view of on-stage action, the Star Pavilion at the Hershey Park Stadium is the place for you. Located at the northern end of the stadium, the Star Pavilion was opened in the year 1996, and holds up to 7300 people. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Poison and Chicago have performed here.
Settled in the green plains of Mount Gretna, this theater has been home to several phenomenal plays since its inception. The Mt. Gretna Playhouse hosts dramas and comedies produced by the Gretna Theater Company, a reputed theater organization in the town. The theater also hosts special live acts for children. Check website for a detailed event schedule.
The Hersheypark Stadium can hold up to 30,000 people at once, and it is the most popular venue for sporting and musical events between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. It plays host to athletic meets, the PIAA Football and Soccer Championships, and the annual Summer Concert Series. Music legends such as U2, The Who and the Dave Matthews Band have performed here. President Eisenhower's birthday was once celebrated here too, in the 1950's! Call ahead for upcoming shows.
Home to the Hershey Bears, this center offers some rough ice hockey action for the wild and ice skating for the mild. Join 10,000 fans screaming their lungs out and if you are lucky, join them from one of the 40 luxury boxes. Tours are organized for those interested in the scoop on all the behind-the-scenes action. Skating classes are also held every Saturday. Once you have had enough action on ice, head to one of the numerous restaurants to replenish your energy. Check their website or call ahead for upcoming games.
An architecturally significant structure, the Hershey Theatre has been the center for arts and culture in Downtown Hershey since the 1930's. Visitors are struck by its grand beauty as soon as they enter. The Grand Lobby, ornate ceilings, Italian tiled flooring, all reflect detailed craftsmanship. The most interesting part is the arched ceiling that was designed to replicate St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice. The theater's symbol, a gold winged lion, is placed just above the majestic stage. Besides its splendid architecture, the theater is a well known stage for art and drama. Ballets, Broadway shows, plays, musicals are held here regularly. It is equipped with the best audio-visual technical instruments and offers comfortable seating. The theater can also be rented for various events and functions. Call ahead or check their website for upcoming shows.