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Governor Tom Wolf will be joined by state and local leaders as he tours Honesdale’s historic downtown. Governor Wolf will stop at several local businesses to speak with the owners and encourage residents to shop at local shops and stores during the holiday season.
Governor Tom Wolf, First Lady Frances Wolf and Lt. Governor John Fetterman and his family will celebrate the holiday season at the Capitol with the 2019 Capitol Tree Lighting Ceremony. The tree is decorated with more than 900 LED lights and more than 1,600 handmade ornaments donated by students and seniors throughout the commonwealth.
Also in attendance will be Department of General Services Secretary Curt Topper and Bishop Audrey Scanlan of the Central Pennsylvania Episcopal Diocese.
The tree lighting is free and open to the public.
Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf will host the 2019 Holiday Open House at the Governor’s Residence, officially opening the residence for the holiday season. The afternoon will feature live performances, holiday treats and a special appearance by Santa Claus.
Governor Tom Wolf and district legislators will take a student-led tour of the Eastern Center for Arts and Technology, learning from students and educators about their programs in veterinary science, construction, welding, and practical nursing. Eastern executives, faculty and students will highlight how the programs are preparing young people for the workforce, which is one of the Wolf Administration’s priorities.
Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf will volunteer at the Harrisburg branch of the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank.