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.
On Monday night, the Lebanon City Council voted to demolish the pool at Coleman Memorial Park.
The statue donated to the Lebanon community by former NFL defensive end Jared Odrick was intended for Lebanon High School but ended up at Coleman Memorial Park instead.
Coleman Memorial Park is as cozy as ever in these photos taken at the height of the fall season.
A dazzling early autumn afternoon provided the perfect backdrop for Saturday’s grand opening of Coleman Memorial Park’s latest attraction, a bicycle playground built this summer by the Susquehanna Area Mountain Bike Association.
A grand opening of the new SAMBA-built bicycle playground at Coleman Memorial Park will be held Saturday, Oct. 3, from 12 p.m. to 2p.m.
The track will be built in the enclosure between the tennis courts and the site of the Gingrich Memorial Pool.
For Lebanon residents, there are few places as shady and welcoming as Coleman Memorial Park along West Maple Street.
Coleman Memorial Park market will run Dec. 7, with Shaefferstown opening the following weekend, Dec. 13-14.
The Steitz City Players (SCP) are holding their summer production of the classic musical and movie “Godspell” later this week at Coleman Memorial Park.
The 7th annual Spinstock Flow Arts Festival took place yesterday at Coleman’s Park, its first time being held in that location.
Coleman Memorial Park’s event calendar ensures no shortage of things to do in 2019.
The 7th annual Spinstock Flow Arts Festival will take place next month at Coleman’s Park.
If you missed the harvest fest in Schaefferstown earlier this month, worry not: You’ve got another chance to celebrate the autumn spirit. On October 13 from 10am to 3pm, the Friends of Coleman Park will be hosting the park’s 16th annual Harvest Fest.
Born out of a lifelong fascination with trains, this “miniature” railway of the last Coleman family scion carried passengers all the way up to the top of Governor Dick until its owner fell into financial ruin.