Ice in the Burg

03/05/2022

The city of Harrisburg will present the second annual Ice & Fire Festival in Downtown Harrisburg. Featuring dozens of ice sculptures, an ice skating rink in the street, live musical performances and more, the Ice & Fire Festival will be Harrisburg’s largest winter festival

Maple Sugar Festival

04/03/2022

This sweet event is free for everyone. Enjoy learning the mysteries of maple syrup making, Native American sugar making, tree tapping and children’s activities. Taste tests different types of maple syrup and enjoy an educational video that includes all aspects of the syrup making process.  Pennsylvania maple products for sale in the Tavern House during the event. 

Wetlands Festival

04/23/2022

Celebrate Wildwood Park’s treasured wetlands and the American Wetlands Month of May with a day of free, refreshing and educational activities. Enjoy entertainment, check out the Native Woodland Plant Sale, follow along with storytelling, and get to know the animals of Wildwood with live animal programs. Attendees may also adopt a turtle to support turtle …

Dauphin County Jazz & Wine Fest

09/10/2021 to 09/12/2021

Featuring national recording artists and Central Pa’s elite jazz artists and sample some of Pennsylvania’s finest wineries. Bring blankets and lawn chairs.

Fort Hunter Day

09/20/2020

Fort Hunter Day is an Autumn festival featuring a craft show, children’s crafts and games, exhibits, farm animals, music, demonstrations, food, and surprises around every corner.

Harrisburg Arts Festival

05/28/2022 to 05/30/2022

Kick off Summer with the annual Harrisburg Arts Festival. This juried fine arts festival has been around since 1966, and every year draws tens of thousands of visitors. Enjoy the works of artist from across the state, along with lots of delicious food, local music, and children’s activities. This quirky gem is a must-see for …

Kipona Festival

09/05/2020

Downtown Harrisburg’s Riverfront Park is the setting for the Kipona Festival. The festival is held on Labor Day weekend, by the Susquehann River and the festival gets its name, ‘Kipona’, from the American Indian name that means ‘Sparkling Waters’

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