LebTown Weekend Planner: 5/31 – 6/2

2 min read311 views and 63 shares Posted May 30, 2019

Last week’s inaugural LebTown Weekend Planner turned out to be what’s known in the publishing business as a “success.”

Which means that it’s here to stay (with a fresh new logo)!

We’re entering the month of June this weekend, and if you find yourself with a schedule that’s less than full, check out what’s going on around Lebanon County.

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Friday 5/31

6th Annual Lebanon Rescue Mission Golf Tournament at Blue Mountain Golf Course – This annual golf tournament will be raising money to support the Lebanon Free Clinic. $75/player or $300/foursome.

First Steps to Starting Your Business at The Center – Looking to start a business? The Center is here to help you take the first steps! The Small Business Administration and Kutztown Small Business Development Center will be presenting the workshop.

Saturday 6/1

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Lebanon Maker’s Festival – Hosted by Community of Lebanon Association, this event showcases local artists and crafters. Maker’s Festival will take place on S 8th Street between Cumberland and Chestnut Streets and runs from 9am to 4pm.

Marbled Silk Scarf Workshop with Re:Create Art Initiative – Learn the art of water marbling! No previous skill required. The cost of the workshop is $48. Registration is required and cam be done here.

Sunday 6/2

15th Annual Ride For Wise – This annual motorcycle ride in memory of Reading Police Officer Michael H. Wise, II begins in Reading and makes its way across Berks and Lebanon counties, wrapping up at the Cleona Borough Hall. Proceeds benefit The Michael H. Wise, II Memorial Foundation.

Third Stream Public Concert at Coleman’s Park Amphitheater – Listen to jazz and commercial classics played by a 5-piece ensemble. The concert starts at 7 and will be happening rain or shine.

If you have an event and want to see it included in an upcoming LebTown Weekend Planner, email it to us at news@leb.town. Please include “WEEKEND PLANNER” in your subject line.

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