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New Year's Eve celebrations in Pennsylvania 2013: What’s dropping where?

Situated in the Great Lakes Regions of the USA and bounded by the states of Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, New Jersey and the Canadian Province of Ontario, Pennsylvania is a state noted for its odd and unusual tourist attractions.  From the Center for PostNatural History displaying genetically altered plants and animals by humans, to the many bizarre, old artifacts such as implements for killing vampires exhibited in the Mercer Museum and everything in between, these oddities are sure to enchant visitors. New Year’s Eve Pennsylvania style means ringing in the New Year 2013 at one of dozens of drops.

Pennsylvania is the state where the most objects are dropped on New Year's Eve. Take your pick from the strawberry in Harrisburg to the M&M in Elizabethtown, the liberty bell in Allentown, a purple-and-gold shoe in Akron, a beaver in Beavertown, an Indy car in Carlisle, a Cannonball Drop in Cornwall, a ten-foot Crayola crayon in Easton, a stuffed goat in Falmouth, a frog in Frogtown, a wildcat in Gratz, a french fry in Ickesburg, a pretzel in Cleona, a wooden cow in Blain, a canal boat Liverpool, a pickle in Dillsburg, a sled in Duncannon, etc. and the newest addition, the yellow britches in the village of Lisburn. Many of the festivities start early in the evening with entertainment, activities and food so entire families can participate.