On the menu: NEPA wines, beers will be at Wolf’s in­au­gu­ra­tion

The Citizens' Voice - - NEWS - BY STEVE ESACK

Penn­syl­va­nia Gov. Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov.-elect John Fet­ter­man will be sworn into of­fice on Tues­day.

It’ll be Wolf ’s sec­ond term and Fet­ter­man’s first.

The Democrats’ swearingin cer­e­mony and “Mov­ing Penn­syl­va­nia For­ward In­au­gu­ral Cel­e­bra­tion,” which fol­lows, fea­tures all things Penn­syl­va­nia.

On the po­lit­i­cal and sad­ness side, the re­li­gious in­vo­ca­tion will be given by a Pitts­burgh rabbi whose con­gre­ga­tion was tar­geted in the fall by a gun­man.

On the pa­tri­otic side there’s di­ver­sity.

On a lighter side there’s an as­sort­ment of ma­jor league mas­cots and menu of home­grown and homemade state del­i­ca­cies.

On the groovy side there’s world fa­mous mu­si­cians per­form­ing head­lin­ing act.

If go­ing, here’s the lineup.

Swear­ing-in Cer­e­mony

Start time: 12 p.m. Lo­ca­tion: out­side the Capi­tol’s East Wing, which is along Com­mon­weath Av­enue.

Cost: Free.

Mu­sic: JP Mccaskey High School’s Cham­ber Choir, Lan­caster School Dis­trict.

Pledge of Al­le­giance: Se­bas­tian Pe­laez, an Al­len­town res­i­dent and com­mis­sioner on the Penn­syl­va­nia Com­mis­sion on LGBTQ Af­fairs.

Na­tional An­them: Bobby W. Hill, Philadel­phia res­i­dent.

Fet­ter­man in­tro­duc­tion: He is a York County res­i­dent who be­came mayor of tiny Brad­dock, Al­legheny County, be­fore run­ning for statewide of­fice. He lost a 2016 pri­mary bid for U.S. Se­nate and then beat Lt. Gov. Mike Stack of Philadel­phia in the 2018 pri­mary to be­come Wolf ’s run­ning mate in the Novem­ber elec­tion. Fet­ter­man is mar­ried with three chil­dren.

In­vo­ca­tion: Rabbi Jef­frey My­ers of the Tree of Life Sy­n­a­gogue in Pitts­burgh. His con­gre­ga­tion was at­tacked by a lone gun­man on Oct. 27. Eleven wor­shipers were killed.

Wolf Oath of Of­fice: ad­min­is­tered by Penn­syl­va­nia Supreme Court Chief Jus­tice Thomas G. Say­lor, a Repub­li­can.

In­au­gu­ra­tion ad­dress:


Meet and Greet

Time: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Lo­ca­tion: Gover­nor’s man­sion, 2035 N Front St, Har­ris­burg.

Who: Gov. Tom wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf; Lt. Gov.-elect John Fet­ter­man and his wife Gisele. Cost: Free. In­au­gu­ra­tion Ball Time: Doors open at 5 p.m., en­ter­tain­ment 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Lo­ca­tion: Penn­syl­va­nia Farm Show Com­plex and Expo Cen­ter, 2300 N Cameron St., Har­ris­burg.

Cost: $50 for stu­dents and se­niors and $100 for oth­ers.

Head­lin­ing act: The Roots, the Grammy win­ning Philadel­phia hip-hop band and the house band for “The Tonight Show Star­ring Jimmy Fal­lon.”

Mas­cot ap­pear­ances: The Phillie Pha­natic of the Philadel­phia Phillies, Swoop of the Philadel­phia Ea­gles, Pi­rate Par­rot of the Pitts­burgh Pi­rates and Ice­burgh of the Pitts­burgh Pen­guins.

Food: Amish Soft Pret­zel Bites with Maple Mus­tard; Deviled Red Beet Eggs fea­tur­ing Sauder’s Eggs, Li­titz; Meat & Cheese pro­vided by Di­etz & Wat­son, Philadel­phia; Po­ta­toes pro­vided by Brum­mer’s Happy Breeze Farm, Port Royal; Mush­rooms pro­vided by C P Yeat­man & Sons, Inc/mother Earth Or­ganic, Avon­dale; Brisket pro­vided by Mcel­haney Fam­ily Farm, Hook­stown; Chicken pro­vided by Per­due Farms from farms across Penn­syl­va­nia.

Dessert: Fa­mous Farm Show Milk­shakes; Straw­berry Eclair Cake and Mini Whoopie Pies by The Penn­syl­va­nia Bak­ery, Camp Hill; Choco­late pro­vided by The Her­shey Com­pany, Her­shey.

Beers pro­vided by the Penn­syl­va­nia Beer Al­liance: Ap­palachian Choco­late Av­enue Stout, Ap­palachian Scot­tish Ale, Evil Ge­nius Stacy’s Mom, Lan­caster Win­ter Warmer, Li­ons Head Light, Li­ons Head, Spring House Lex­i­con Devil Pale Ale, Wyn­dridge Hand­some Bull Dou­ble IPA, Wyn­dridge Silo Se­ries, Yuengling Lager, Yuengling Golden Pil­sner, Yuengling Light Lager, Vic­tory Golden Mon­key, Vic­tory Dirt­wolf, Vic­tory Sour Mon­key, Straub Lager, Straub Am­ber, I.C. Light, Fat Head’s Bum­ble Berry Honey Blue­berry Ale, Fat Head’s Head Hunter IPA, Troegs Per­pet­ual IPA, Yards Brew­ing Com­pany Beer, and 2SP Brew­ing Com­pany Beer.

Wines pro­vided by the Penn­syl­va­nia Win­ery As­so­ci­a­tion: Mazza Vine­yards & South Shore Wine Com­pany Grüner Velt­liner and Mer­lot, Presque Isle Wine Cel­lars Caber­net Franc, Chris­tian W. Klay Win­ery Nor­ton, Kavic Win­ery Chardon­nay, Fero Vine­yards & Win­ery Bi­son Roots Blue, Happy Val­ley Vine­yards & Win­ery Ries­ling, Shade Moun­tain Win­ery Lem­berger, The Win­ery at Wil­cox Chardon­nay, Arm­strong Val­ley Win­ery Caber­net Franc, Oliv­ero’s Vine­yard Traminette, Penns Woods Win­ery Caber­net Franc, Paradocx Vine­yard Pinot Gri­gio, Chadds­ford Win­ery Chardon­nay, Vynecrest Vine­yards & Win­ery #38, Nim­ble Hills Vine­yards Toczko Vine­yards Ries­ling, Maio­latesi Wine Cel­lars Mer­lot.

Liquor: Dad’s Hat Penn­syl­va­nia Rye Whiskey, Philadel­phia Dis­till­ing Blue­coat Gin, State­side Ur­ban­craft Vodka

Ciders: As­sorted Hard ciders from the Penn­syl­va­nia Cider Guild and Ap­ple Cider, Rice Fruit Com­pany.

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