[Photo Story] Bologna Fest setup underway at the Expo Center

3 min read438 views and 138 shares Posted January 24, 2020

The ninth annual Bologna Fest & Winter Carnival will be held at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center on Saturday, Jan. 25, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Admission to Bologna Fest is $4, with kids under 12 free.

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Tickets for the Beer & Wine Festival can be purchased online in advance. Note that you’ll get 50% off the ticket price if you use promo code HALFOFF.

LebTown stopped by today to capture event setup. Find our photos, including the full entertainment lineup, below.

All photos by LebTown photographer Will Trostel.

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Food vendors, including fresh made drinks, will be at the event. Concessions will include Dam Good Snack Foods, Boom! Craft Pickles, the PA Dairymen’s Association, MillCreek Church, Godshalls, Seltzers, Jerky, and KettleKorn.
Bath Fitters of Harrisburg seen unloading equipment needed for their display.
Bath Fitters of Harrisburg seen unloading equipment needed for their display.
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One of many childrens’ games to be used during the event.
Bath Fitters of Harrisburg seen unloading equipment needed for their display.
Charles Cooper, sales director of Townecraft Nutrional Cooking Systems, setting his table up prior to the event.
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Lebanon High School students on lunch break. Lebanon High School and Annville-Cleona High School both volunteered to help set up the event.
Lebanon High School students on lunch break.
Laurie Bowersox (left) and Ann Decker (right) discuss plans to coordinate the event.
Annville-Cleona students setting up tables.
Annville-Cleona students setting up tables.
Lebanon High School students setting up tables.
A Lebanon High School student unloads supplies for Bologna Fest.
The entrance to the Lebanon Valley Expo Center.
The full schedule of events for Saturday’s event.

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