Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts newest exhibit featuring photography from Lebanon Camera Club members will debut during the First Friday Art Walk, June 4, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts newest exhibit, Art for Healing, will debut during the First Friday Art Walk, May 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit is on display at LVCOA’s Gallery 770, 770 Cumberland Street, Lebanon.
LVCOA will unveil its April exhibit, Heart and Soul: Art that Comes from the Heart – Art that Speaks to the Soul, during the First Friday Art Walk.
LVCA received news mid-July that it will now receive program funding from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. It’s a big step for the 50-year-old arts organization.
Progressive Playground is the latest area in the city of Lebanon to get a new look via public art. Installation of a mosaic mural at the playground was completed at the end of July.
In its last online meeting, Lebanon City Council removes obstacle to construction of Wengert Park and another section of LV Rail Trail, proposes changes to property and fire code appeal fees.
The third annual Tour de Lebanon Valley, in which participants will traverse scenic Lebanon County countryside, is set for Saturday, June 12.
Figueroa’s professional experience includes construction drafting and project management and work as a a real estate agent and mobile notary public, among a number of other community-oriented positions.
Activist and photographer Erik Soulliard’s latest project features portrait photos of 20 Lebanon County residents and is set to be displayed at a March 5th exhibit.
The discounts will continue to increase each week until closing. The week of August 13-15, everything in the store will be 60 percent off. The week after, all items will be 75 percent off.
The 2020 Tour de Lebanon Valley will take place on Saturday, July 18 beginning at 6 a.m. at the Expo Center.
A planned bicycle playground in Coleman Memorial Park for youngsters looks like a win-win situation for the community and the city, as the project is expected to cost the city little or nothing.
The 22-year-old artist is the new face of Vanity Fair’s “Universal Design and Inclusion Program,” aimed at hiring workers with disabilities.
If you’ve been in Downtown Lebanon on a Friday night recently, you may have run into the Fun Friday crew. Here’s the story on how this community program took off.
November’s edition of the monthly Downtown Lebanon First Friday Art Walk will have a strong Halloween influence.