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HARRISBURG (Dauphin Co.) The Keystone Inter
national Livestock Exposition has chosen Saturday,
October 2, 1993 as a special day for children. Daily
attractions continue throughout Kid’s Day including a
special performance by “The Pied Piper.”
Kessler’s “Petting Farm” is open all day long provid
ing a unique experience for the children to actually touch
and hold farm animals such as a colt, ducks, and baby
pigs. A farmer will be there to answer any questions
youngsters may have.
Six shows will be presented throughout the day featur
ing the Hatfield Racing Pigs. Youngsters will especially
enjoy these events as the racing pigs leave the gate at high
speed in search of the prize at the finish line.
Lebanon Valley National Bank is sponsoring the
“Agri-Kid Olympics” at 12:00 noon. The Olympics is a
fun time for kids as they compete is such farm-related
events as Sack Races, Wheel Barrow Races. Laughing
Contest, Horse Shoe Pitch, Hog-Calling Contest, and
learning how to Auctioneer.
The Kiddie Pedal-Power Tractor Pull is a special event
very similar to the big tractor pulls seen at many county
fairs. Children must pre-register at 1:30 for the event
which will be held at 3:00 p.m. The event is limited to 80
participants, each one receiving a momento of the event.
So, why not plan to bring your children to the 1993
Keystone International Livestock Exposition at the Farm
Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA.
HARRISBURG (Dauphin Co.) Over 100 Highland teen breeders will be coming to the show from nine states in the Highlands of Scotland. Old paintings of Highland
Cattle from nine states will be entered in the competition and Ontario, Canada. cattip. show that the breed has remained unchanged for
at the 1993 KEYSTONE INTERNATIONAL LIVES- • The Highland Breed is known to be domesticated con- centuries. The British registry began in 1884 and the
TOCK SHOW in Harrisburg, Pcnna. on Saturday, Octob- tinuously longer than any present breed in the World. United States registry opened in 1948. This marks the
er 2,1993. The show will begin at 12:30 p.m. The eigh- References stretching back 1000 years place the animals first year that Highland Cattle will be shown at KILE.
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(Dauphin Co.) The
has scheduled Sunday,
October 3, 1993 as a
special day for the fami
ly. We begin the day at
8:00 a.m. with a sunrise
church service for the
We encourage you to
bring your family and
enjoy the many attrac
tions of the Livestock
Exposition. Ray Owen
will stroll through the
you with songs, and
“The Pied Piper, the
will amuse people of all
Hatfield Racing Pigs
will present six shows
throughout the day to
entertain you. Expert-'
ence the thrill as the
pigs race to the finish.
Each IS minute show
features four heats.
are displayed through
out the complex to pro
vide you with informa
tion on varied areas.
The “Petting Farm” will
be open all day for your
family to enjoy the ani
mals. Ag Commodity
Food Booths are set up
to tantalize your
Why not plan to visit
the 1993 Keystone
Exposition at the Farm
Show Complex in Har