The 38th annual Keystone State Games Festival of Sports are taking place throughout Luzerne County during the weeks of July 25-29 and August 1-4.
Registration for all sports is currently open.
Visit www.keystonegames.org and follow the links to register for a chosen sport. Check back regularly, as events open throughout the spring and early summer.
Since its inception in 1981, Keystone State Games, Inc. has attracted over 500,000 participants of various age groups into their events.
The Keystone State Games, modeled after the Olympic Games, are Pennsylvania’s largest annually held multi-sport competitions providing the state’s amateur athletes an opportunity to compete against athletes from throughout the Commonwealth and beyond in a festival atmosphere that promotes all of the positive aspects of amateur sports.
Last year, Tunkhannock’s own Bob Parkison was inducted into the KSG According to Parkison, baseball players Ryan Vogelsong, Sean Casey, and Mike Mussina all played in the games, as well as 2018
Olympic bronze medalist Adam Rippon, who won three figure skating gold medals at the 2000 Keystone State Games.