Here are some stores where you can buy books about Pennsylvania topics:

Local bookstores:

The Midtown Scholar, Harrisburg, 717-236-1680

Joseph Fox Bookshop, Philadelphia, 215-563-4184

Webster’s Bookstore Cafe, State College, 814-826-3278

Otto’s Bookstore, Williamsport, 570-326-5764

Clearfield County Historical Society, 511 Van Valzah Ave., Clearfield, PA 16830; 814-765-6125 (not taking book orders during COVID-19 shutdown)

Do you have a favorite store where you shop? Send it to us and we’ll include in our online bookstore directory.

Online or by phone:

Redrosestudio.com, 717-464-3873

Online listing of Pennsylvania bookstores:

newpages.com/independent-bookstores/pennsylvania-bookstores

pabook.libraries.psu.edu/reference/

(thanks to N. Clair Clawser for the following)

• Comics and Paperbacks Plus, 201 E. Main St., Palmyra, 17078; 717-838-4854

• Pages Card and Gift, 901 E. Main St., Palmyra 17078; 717-838-8740

• Aaron’s Books, 35 E. Main St., Lititz 17543; 717627-1990

• Masthof Bookstore, 218 Mill St., Morgantown 19543; 610-286-0258

• Clay Book Store, 2450 W. Main St., Ephrata (Clay); 717-733-7253

• Ephrata Cloister Museum Store, 632 W. Main St., Ephrata; 717-733-2592

• Lebanon County Historical Society, 924 Cumberland St., Lebanon 17042; 717-272-1473

Some publishers who have books that have been reviewed recently:

Arcadia Publishing: https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/Products/pa

Schiffer Publishing: http://www.schifferbooks.com

Penn State University Press: http://www.psupress.org

University of Penn Press: Home | Penn Press – University of Pennsylvania

More information on the spotted lanternfly

quarantine area lanternfly

Quarantine Area: https://extension.psu.edu/does-your-business-need-a-spotted-lanternfly-permit

 

quarantine area search online

Click above to search your address and discover if you’re in the active quarantine area.

 

identification lanternfly

https://www.agriculture.pa.gov/Plants_Land_Water/PlantIndustry/Entomology/spotted_lanternfly/Pages/default.aspx

https://extension.psu.edu/spotted-lanternfly-ipm-management-calendar

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In addition to the dairies featured in the article (indicated with a *) in the July/August 2018 issue, these farms milk their cows and make and sell ice cream on-site: 

Berkey Creamery at Penn State University, Curtin and Bigler Roads, University Park; creamery.psu.edu; 814-865-7535

Crystal Spring Farm, 3550 Bellview Road, Schneckville; crystalspringfarmpa.com; 610-799-4611

Fox Meadows Creamery on Pa. Rte. 322 at Clay (near Ephrata), Lancaster County, 717-721-6455

Freddy Hill Farms, 1440 Sumneytown Pike, Lansdale; freddyhill.com; 215-855-1205

Jackson Farms Dairy Store, 190 Jackson Road and 6718 National Pike, New Salem; 724-246-7010

Klein Farms Dairy and Creamery, 410 Klein Road, Easton; kleinfarms.com; 610-253-8952

*Lapp Dairy Farm, 244 Mentzer Road, New Holland; is open 8 a.m. to dusk, Monday through Friday, and until 6 p.m. Saturday. 717-354-7988

Lands at Hillside Farms, 65 Hillside Road, Shavertown; open daily 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; www.hillsidefarms.org; 570-696-4500

Manning Farm Dairy, RR#1 Manning Road, Dalton; manningfarm.com;
570-563-1702

Merrymead Farm, 2222 S. Valley Forge Road, Lansdale; merrymead.com; 610-584-4410

Meyer Dairy, 2390 S. Atherton St., State College; meyerdairy.weebly.com/index.html; 814-237-1849

*Milky Way Farm, 521 E. Uwchlan Ave., Chester Springs, is open Tuesday to Sunday, 1-9 p.m. milkywayfarm.com; 610-363-8500

*Oregon Dairy Milkhouse, 2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz, is open daily 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. oregondairy.com; 717-656-2856

Patches Family Creamery, 201 Fonderwhite Road, Lebanon; patchesfamilycreamery.com; 717-273-1983

*Perrydell Farm, 90 Indian Rock Dam Road, York, is open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, except Sunday when hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. perrydellfarm.com; 717-741-3485 

Pine View Dairy, 2225 New Danville Pike, Lancaster; pineviewdairy.com; 717-872-5486

Ritchey’s Dairy, 2130 Cross Cove Road, Martinsburg; ritcheysdairy.com; 800-296-2157

Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley; shadybrookfarm.com; 215-968-1670

Springhouse Farm, 1531 Route 136, Washington; springhousemarket.com; 724-288-3339

Tanner Brothers Dairy, 1070 Hatboro Road, Ivyland; tannerbrothersdairy.com; 215-357-1716

Way-Har Farms, 7701 Bernville Road, Bernville; wayharfarms.com;
610-488-1281

Windy Ridge Dairy on North Tower Road, Fombell, Beaver County, 724-822-8777

IF YOU KNOW of any changes we should make the this list (closures / dairies not listed but should be, etc.), please send them to the editor@pa-mag.com.

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Morris Arboretum: www.morrissrboretum.org

Chestnut Hill District: chestnuthillpa.com

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McNally’s Tavern

 

Al Holliday, publisher of Pennsylvania Magazine, is available for speaking engagements within 100 miles of Harrisburg. Send your request to him at alrite34@gmail.com.

He charges a nominal speaking fee. Attendees of the event will receive a complimentary copy of the magazine, as well as the opportunity to sign up for a the next two issues to be delivered free of charge.

The program consists of a series of 25 questions about Pennsylvania personalities, facts, figures and trivia that he discusses with the audience. Everyone receives a handout to follow along.

He can also be reached by phone: 717-761-1836.

 

 

Pennsylvania Magazine is known for its photography.

FYI: Our annual photo contests are a major source of the images we use throughout the year. The entry forms are online in early January and in the January/February and March/April issues.

If you have images that will wow our readers, we’d love to see them to consider them for the magazine.

We pay from $200 for a wrap-around cover and up to $85 for images inside the magazine. You also receive credit and copies of the issue.

Four reasons we use to choose a photo for the magazine (after choosing a theme or season for a particular issue):

1. Has a wow factor (appreciation of the photographer’s skill, luck or viewpoint). This is an image that you’d feel compelled to share with someone else in the same room, interrupting them if needed: “hey, look at this!”

2. Connects with a reader’s experience, history, memory or location.

3. Tells a story (this could be the photo itself or the story around how the image was taken (situation) or both.

4. Has a geographic reach for readers of the magazine (one image may be chosen over another because it’s in a county or area that hasn’t received coverage lately.

If you have images like this (for cover, editor’s choice or photo essay consideration), we’d love to consider them.

We can look at a portfolio of images collected around a theme or individual images.

Share 20 or fewer to get started. Use Dropbox (share with editor@pa-mag.com) or send a CD or use another cloud sharing service.

Share or send HIGH RESOLUTION images. We rarely use images taken with a cell phone. See the photo details following most captions to see the types of cameras and lenses that are used to capture the images that we use.

We don’t require any specific equipment, but if you’re going to take great shots of wildlife, you’re going to find that without investing in your own expensive lens (or using one by renting or borrowing someone else’s), your results will be disappointing. AND, always, be respectful of wildlife. Your photography actions should never cause an animal to alter their activity due to your presence.

If you have more questions, feel free to write (editor@pa-mag.com) or call 717-697-4660.

 

RIGHTS INFO: We typically purchase ONE TIME USE rights. So, you are welcome to submit your image to other publications after it appears on our pages.

MODIFICATION / ALTERATION POLICY: If you’ve significantly altered an image, please let us know. We don’t want to publish an image that is not “how things actually appear” and then have a reader write to let us know the “real view.” If you’ve simply removed a few branches or wires, fine. But, if you’ve removed a building or flipped the image, we’d need to know. In those cases, please include the original capture with your submission.

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JA 2017 Schuylkill River Trail links and information.

Click here to resource where to find a trail map: http://www.schuylkillriver.org/Detail.aspx?id=5518

NOTE: Kernsville Dam area is CLOSED:
http://www.schuylkillriver.org/Detail.aspx?id=76

Berks County Covered Bridge Tour

Travel Planner on the Schuylkill River:
http://www.schuylkillriver.org/VisitPlanner.aspx

 

SRT part two so 2017

SO 2017 Schuylkill River Trail links and information.

Pottstown based Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area: Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area

Schuylkill River Trail: Schuylkill River Trail or Bike Pottstown/Bike Schuylkill | The FREE Community Bike Share …

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