The Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds is all set to end the year on a high note with a diverse lineup of events in December. From reptile expos to unique cat shows, and a special anniversary dinner, there’s something for everyone this holiday season.

A Haven for Reptile Enthusiasts: Mid-Atlantic Reptile Show

On December 9, reptile and amphibian aficionados are in for a treat with the Mid-Atlantic Reptile Expo. This educational and sales event offers over 100 tables featuring a wide array of reptiles, amphibians, arachnids, supplies, and themed merchandise. It’s a perfect opportunity for enthusiasts to connect with experienced hobbyists and breeders. Admission is $10 for guests 13 and older, with free entry for those 12 and under. Tickets are available only at the door. For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page or the official website at For additional queries, contact Mellissa Sell at

Purring to the Theme of Wine: Carnivorous Winos – Cat Show

December 9-10 brings the unique “Carnivorous Winos” Cat Show to the Expo Center. This Allbreed and Household Pet Cat Show will feature 250 cats over two days. The event, adopting the whimsical theme “How the Grinch Stole the Wine,” promises to be a delightful experience for cat lovers. For more details, contact show manager Vicki White at 717-926-3488 or, and for entry-related inquiries, reach out to Cheryl Leigh Chamberlin at 215-738-3767 or

Celebrating 30 Years of Hope: American Cancer Society Anniversary Dinner

An important community event takes place on December 16, as the American Cancer Society celebrates 30 years of Relay For Life in Lebanon County. The anniversary gala, set to occur at the North Hall of the Lebanon Valley Expo Center, will feature a meal catered by Heisey’s Diner, raffles, and special guests. Tickets can be purchased at For more information, contact Yalonda Rice at 717-283-2347 or

December at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds is shaping up to be a month full of exciting and meaningful events, reflecting the diverse interests and community spirit of Lebanon County.


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