The event is free to enter, however, donations to help fund the fireworks display are greatly appreciated.
Concession stands including Penn Valley Shows, Lebanon County Dairy Promotion Milkshakes, Auntie Anne’s Pretzels and Robin’s Italian Ice will be in attendance providing drive-in fair food.
New for this year’s program, participants will receive credit for their progress by entering the 4-digit codes on the online library tool, Beanstack.
Founded in the 70s, Pucillo’s maintains a steady rotation of new pizzas like the Shrimp Scampi, Pickle, and Italian White pies.
The cost is $25 per vehicle and all tickets must be purchased beforehand at Gretna Theatre’s website.
Palmyra Public Library has kicked off a curbside holds pickup and 2020 summer learning program while coronavirus restrictions are still in place.
From approximately 250 nominations that were sent in, Holly Serio was selected as this year’s Teacher Impact Award winner from Lebanon county.
Participants can choose any day in June to complete the 5K or 15K race, with proceeds going toward local Scouts and the fight against food insecurity.
The fully-remote program lasts for four weeks and the first session starts on June 8.
The choice to switch to a virtual event was made based on the current CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19.
New strategies may need to be put in place to ensure current health guidelines are met during the event.
This year’s class of inductees includes Broadway players, educators, composers, and more.
Allyson Butz received the award to be an English teaching assistant for students in Germany.
Lebanon Valley College students and faculty are adapting to the new changes and structure of remote learning.
Saint Patrick’s Day is next Tuesday, March 17, and Lebanon County is getting ready to celebrate.