More than likely you’ve just turned to a crisp, clean new calendar page. Looks like you’re going to need to start filling it up!
Here’s what’s happening around the Lebanon Valley this weekend:
The Bucktail Reunion at Myerstown Community Park – The 26th Bucktail Reunion will take place at the park from August 2 through August 4 and will have a focus on history and family entertainment.
First Friday Artwalk in Downtown Lebanon – Each month on—would you believe?—the first Friday, music and art fill the streets of Downtown Lebanon. This month is no different! The festivities start at 5pm.
Beauty and the Beast at the Lebanon Community Theatre – Check out the Lebanon Community Theatre’s production of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast! Performances will continue through August 11, and tickets can be found here.
Jay Day at Cornwall Family Dentistry – The 34th Annual Jay Day will be held at Cornwall Family Dentistry. Free dental services are available to Lebanon County residents in need of a helping hand from 8am-4pm. Click here to read more about the history of this annual community service event.
End of Summer Carnival at Elmcroft – Summer is winding down, but there’s still time for some fun. Elmcroft is hosting this end of summer carnival which features a dunk tank, bounce house, and other booths. Carnival food like hamburgers and hotdogs will be available too!
The Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire – The Renaissance Faire opens on Saturday and will continue to run on Saturdays and Sundays through October 27. The Faire will be open on Labor day as well.
35th Annual Mt. Gretna Tour of Homes – On Saturday, August 3, from 10:00am through 4:00pm, visitors will get a chance to take a self-guided walking tour and peek inside a selection of more than a dozen of Gretna homes, exploring the various eras of the town, from its start as a summer getaway to the permanent home of many residents.
The New Holland Band at Coleman Park – Part of the Music in the Park concert series, check out The New Holland Band at Coleman Park’s Veteran’s Memorial Amphitheatre. The roots of this historic band can be traced all the way back to 1829.
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