This September, the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds, known for its expansive 75,000 square feet of exhibition space, is set to be a hive of activity with a series of must-attend events.
On September 9, the venue will come alive with the Berks Kids Closet Consignment Sale. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., attendees can find deals on baby, children, and teen clothing, toys, and furniture. Bargain hunters will be pleased to hear that from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., many items will be available for half off. For more on this event, visit their website.
Also on September 9, the 7th Annual Lebanon Valley Fall Craft Fair will occupy North, Center, West, and East Halls from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nearly 200 vendors will present a variety of items for purchase. The event boasts free admission and parking. For further details, Davey Whitmoyer can be reached at email@example.com, or interested parties can visit the official website.
On September 16, the Lebanon County Women’s Expo promises a day filled with clothing, cosmetics, health care, and essential services. Organized by OLP Events, this expo is recognized as the premier women’s event in central Pennsylvania. Questions? Reach out to Kimberly Shaffer at 717-285-8123 or visit the event’s official website.
September 17 will delight doll enthusiasts with the Central PA Doll Show. The event will showcase a wide array of dolls ranging from antiques to modern pieces. Alongside the purchasing opportunities, special doll displays will be arranged by Central Penn Doll Club members. For more, Patty Brown is available at 717-649-1886 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brethren Disaster Relief Auction is slated for September 22-23. A cornucopia of items from quilts to household items will be up for auction. The North Hall will house the main auction event, showcasing a vast range of donated items. Full event details can be found at their website, or by contacting Tom Fritz at 717-823-2745.
On September 24, the Greater Wellness Holistic Expo is the place for all things health and wellness. For just $5 (cash only), attendees can partake in a day of self-care, free massages, and sample various products. Kids 12 and under can enter for free. Lizz Robb, reachable at 484-904-3901, is the point of contact.
Ending the month on a high note, September 30 sees the East Coast Auto Fest. This event promises a visual feast of cars, complemented by live entertainment and an array of competitions. For more details on this event, contact Luis Quinones at 717-617-6248 or Michael Lanni at 717-673-1323.
Residents and visitors alike are encouraged to mark their calendars for these not-to-be-missed events in the heart of Lebanon County.