Saint Patrick’s Day is next Tuesday, March 17, and Lebanon County is getting ready to celebrate.
History buffs should take note of two upcoming events at the historic Cornwall Iron Furnace.
March 10, SARCC will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new LGBTQIA+ Drop-In Center at 5:30 p.m.
The 49th Lebanon County Builders Association Home and Garden Show will be open Wednesday through Saturday Feb. 19 to 22.
500 lbs of cherry pie will be divvied up Friday and Saturday at the Lebanon Farmers Market as part of an annual Community of Lebanon Association fundraiser.
The 46th Mount Gretna Art Show has released poster art commissioned by Art Show co-founder Bruce Johnson.
Gretna Theatre has again produced a one-hour play that celebrates the importance of diversity in America’s history.
St. Andrews Church will host a free concert on Friday night, Jan. 31, featuring the “Russian Duet.”
The ninth annual Bologna Fest & Winter Carnival will be held at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center on Saturday, Jan. 25, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The Lebanon County Historical Society has released its schedule for 2020 events.
The Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward program is being launched in Lebanon, Lancaster and Dauphin counties this year, providing education on conservation with special focus on water resources.
Over the next three months, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Clarence Schock Memorial Park are offering three free informational sessions related to environmental topics.
Historic Schaefferstown, Inc. has announced the winter classes that will be offered this year, to be taught in the Brendle Museum.
In addition to running a food stand at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, Bell & Evans is also hosting the annual chick hatch.
A 20-pound bologna, attached to a disco ball structure, will drop on S. Eighth St. to usher in 2020.