The Harrisburg Senators
Hey, it's the best we can do here--AA minor league baseball. But, who cares. It's baseball and it's fun to watch. In fact, I might even say that I enjoy this just a little bit better. It's affordable, they have fun themed days, people aren't yelling at the players as much as they do with major league and it's on city island park.
They play mostly other PA teams and some from New England.
For the rest of this season, they have about 40 more home games, but you can check out the schedule on their homepage.
General Admission is only $5.00, box seats are $9.00. They don't win very often, but I'd watch most anything for that price...
Kipona is an Indian word for "sparkling waters". This annual event takes place over Labor Day weekend, on the riverfront in downtown Harrisburg. It goes on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, from about midday until almost midnight. Food booths, arts, crafts, live bands, and children's activities offer something for nearly everyone.
billus's new Harrisburg Page
Hooray for Harrisburg! The capital of Pencilvania and the pearl of the Suquehanna, Harrisburg is named after John Harris, a barge pilot from 1710. His son, John Harris Jr. changed the name from Louisberg, after Louis the XVI to its current name.
Harrisburg became the state capital of Pennsylvania in 1812 after moving from Lancaster in nearby Amish country.