5 Reasons to Wine Taste in Pennsylvania

couple holding together with wine in hands

Did you know that Pennsylvania is home to more than 200 wineries and the fifth-largest grower of grapes in the nation?

Pennsylvania may not be the first wine region that pops into your head when pondering prospects for embarking on a wine-tasting adventure, but it really should be on the top of every wine lover’s list. Why is Pennsylvania the perfect place for tasting wine? Check out all of the reasons below:

Couple Holding together with wine in hand

How to Make a Deer Button Game

 late Lenape descendant James (Lone Bear) Revey

This Lenape Indian game of chance is just one of the many examples of Pennsylvania treasures found at The State Museum of Pennsylvania.

This version was created by the late Lenape descendant James (Lone Bear) Revey. Revey created many of The State Museum of Pennsylvania’s Lenape reproductions, including the William Penn Wampum belt.

Materials:

pack of Kernals, Lima Beans and a Marker

This game can have 2-6 players.

Deer Button Game Materials
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