Thanks for a fantastic A-Day 2022! This year's event was a tremendous success. From milkshakes to pony rides, plant sales, experiential learning exhibits and more, A-Day 2022 did not disappoint. This was the first A-Day in three years due to the pandemic and the community confirms it was better than ever.
Your hard work and dedication made this event enjoyable for all! Thank you for planning, implementing, and organizing a wonderful A-Day.
Seeing so many new faces A-Day weekend and hearing how much A-Day means to them, is something that is unforgettable and makes me feel like I am leaving an impact on the community.
Kids Activities: Pig races, farm animal education, interactive demonstrations from the tropics of animals to blacksmithing, inflatable obstacles courses
Food Trucks: Philly Waffle Cabin, The Cow and the Curd, Wholly Bowls, and More!
Vendors: Nectar of the Vine, Best Darn Kettle Corn, Zuzu Confections, The Dog Bone Guy, and many more!
Legendary Milkshakes from PA Dairymen's Association Milkshakes (yes, the same milkshakes from the PA Farm Show)!
Attention Crafters and Vendors
Check back later for more details.
Enter your crafts, needlework, baked goods, vegetables, and more! Entries will be judged and displayed during A-Day for all to see. Winners receive premiums and ribbons!
Check back later for entry forms and more information.
Please note that due to state regulations, we are no longer able to judge eggs this year.
DelVal would like to thank our media sponsors, Bucks County Herald, and LocaliQ.
History of A-Day
The first A-Day was held May 21, 1949 on the campus of the National Agricultural College. At that time, A-Day was a single day when the students of the college worked together to showcase various agricultural displays and exhibits. Today the tradition continues with the hard work and dedication of the students of Delaware Valley University. The entire event is planned and implemented by the students with minimal guidance from the university’s staff, faculty, and administration. Since 2004 A-Day has been part of the Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs. Members of the university and local community are invited to enter their food items, artwork, or handicrafts for judging in the fair.
While we love animals here at Delaware Valley University, we ask that you leave your pets at home for the day. This is policy is due to concerns of biosecurity and the health of our livestock. Service animals are welcome.
Back Row Left to Right: Colgan Webb, Hailey Feusner, Jazmin Markey, George Prechtl, Bryan Supplee, Tyler Schollenberger, Brent Weiss, Rebecca Shannon, Liam Heckman
Front Row Left to Right: Mike Long, Danielle Varner, Rachel Heist, Kendra Redinger, Shaina Roselle, Chad Eberle, Laney Benfield, Jessie Topak, Tarrah Freund, Amanda Goslee, Kait Deissler, Saarah Shaikh