The 103rd PA Farm Show doesn’t officially open until Saturday, Jan. 5, but you can enjoy the celebrated food portion of the annual agricultural showcase today, with free parking. Plus, you can catch some local celebrities in the process.
Miss Pennsylvania, Kayla Repasky, will join several Pennsylvania dairy princesses, former NFL player Jason Avant, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding to serve up the PA Dairymen’s Association’s legendary milkshakes from noon to 2 p.m. to open the Food Court. They will also be kickoff the Fill a Glass with Hope, the nation’s first statewide charitable fresh milk distribution program which connects Feeding Pennsylvania-member food banks with their local dairies to purchase milk at a reduced rate for distribution to Pennsylvania families.
The Food Court will be open to the public today from noon until 9 p.m. In addition to milkshakes, The PA Dairymen’s Association will also be selling white milk/chocolate milk, ice cream sundaes, deep fried mozzarella cubes with marinara sauce, toasted cheese sandwich and ice cream cones. Other foods available will include a wide selection of offerings from the Pennsylvania Bee Keepers Association, the PA Cooperative Potato Growers, the PA Livestock Association, the PA Maple Syrup Producers Council, PA Mushroom Farmers, PA Vegetable Growers Association, PA Ag Industries Association, State Horticultural Association, Pennsylvania FFA Association, and Pennsylvania Cattlemen’s Association.