The Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds (80 Rocherty Road, Lebanon) is gearing up for a November full of events that cater to various interests, celebrating local culture, music, sports, and more.
Celebrating the Golden Years: Fifty Plus Festival
On Nov. 2, the Fifty Plus Festival will kick off the month with a special focus on the senior members of our community. This unique event promises a day filled with entertainment, educational resources, and exclusive offers. Highlights include performances and demonstrations such as:
- The Swingtime Dolls, taking attendees on a musical journey through eras past.
- A heartfelt tribute to Patsy Cline by Carol Kline.
- Health and wellness tips from Lebanon Valley Family YMCA.
- Cedar Crest High School’s rendition of scenes from “Romeo & Juliet.”
- Performances by Juniper Village Joyful Noise Ringers & Singers.
Stay tuned for additional details on exhibitors and crafters participating in this event.
A Feline Extravaganza: Tabby Tales Cat Show
Cat enthusiasts should mark their calendars for November 4-5 for the “Lazy Purrs of Autumn” Tabby Tales Cat Show. The event features a variety of breeds and welcomes families and individuals alike. Judging begins at 9:00 a.m. both days, with the show open to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For participation and more details, contact Vickie White at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 717-926-3488.
Honoring Sporting Greats: Central PA Sports Hall of Fame Banquet
The community will come together to honor local sports legends at the Central PA Sports Hall of Fame Banquet on Nov. 13. This year’s inductees include Bruce Boudreau, Timothy Gingrich, Stanley Kohl, Wayne Perry, and Neil Weber. Special recognitions will also be given to community service award winner Pat Huggins and Pop Kelchner winners Samantha Nelson and Alex Long. For tickets, contact Glenn Beidler at 717-274-6784 or email@example.com.
A Sparkling Affair: Gem Miner’s Holiday
From November 18-19, the Gem Miner’s Holiday Show is the go-to event for enthusiasts of gems, jewelry, fossils, and unique gifts, with over 80 vendors showcasing their exquisite collections. Door prizes will be awarded hourly. Advance tickets are available online at a discounted rate. For more information, contact Teresa and Marvin Schwab at 301-807-9745 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Festive Beginnings: Christmas at the Expo
Rounding out the month, from November 24-26, is the 9th Annual Christmas at the Expo, Lebanon Valley’s premier holiday shopping event. With free admission, the festive gathering features over 300 vendors, live holiday music, activities for kids, and a canned food drive supporting the Lebanon Rescue Mission. Expect musical performances throughout the weekend by Matt Miskie, The Root Blossoms, Elegant Aires Flute Quartet, and more.
For more information on the Christmas at the Expo event, reach out to Davey Whitmoyer at email@example.com.
From honoring the golden years of our seniors to early holiday celebrations, November at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds promises memorable experiences for residents and visitors of all ages.