The 24th annual Lebanon Bologna Drop on New Year’s Eve is closed to the public in person but will be livestreamed.
Of all the photos he’s taken, of all the people he’s helped, of all the causes he’s gotten behind over the last 30 years, none represents who the local photographer is as a human being better than Scott Church’s Legacy Show 14.
With COVID-19 canceling so many holiday plans this year, organizers wanted to be sure the annual Lebanon city tree lighting had a virtual option.
The event will be at Campbelltown Community Park on 129 Lawn Road, Palmyra and is set to be completely outdoors to ensure all who attend stay healthy and safe.
Mayor Sherry Capello will lead community members around Lebanon’s central business district featuring many small businesses.
All participants can choose to run, walk, bike, or stroll and must complete their race between Nov. 20-22.
Lebanon Family Health Services is hosting its 30th annual Travel & Leisure Auction Nov. 13.
The Delaware Valley Orienteering Association (DVOA) will be hosting the class on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 11:00 a.m.
Gretna Theatre is presenting critically acclaimed singer and actress Vanessa Williams in a special livestreamed virtual concert Saturday, Dec. 5.
Darrel Moyer, the Cleona man who took up Frank Weihrauch Jr’s Christmas lights tradition, has a favor to ask.
With nearly 301 million acres of U.S. land farmed or co-farmed by women, the American Farmland Trust wants to them to know about the wide-ranging resources available.
The Positive Change Conference for this year is set to be a fully virtual experience and is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 28.
HSI has announced a new addition to the fall event calendar that will provide some classic seasonal diversions, such as a pumpkin patch, fall games, bonfire & smores, scenic hayride, hot drinks, and more.
Lebanon Family Health Services is conducting a clinic Monday, Oct. 26, for free testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections.
On the heels of its wildly successful concert by jazz great Wynton Marsalis and his septet, Gretna Music is presenting classical pianist/vocalist Simone Dinnerstein this Saturday, Oct. 10, at Mount Gretna Playhouse.