Fill a Cruiser, the toy and food drive organized by the South Londonderry Police, will be setting up shop tomorrow at the Palmyra Redner’s from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. The drive has always collected non-perishable food and unwrapped gifts for the holidays. This year the effort has been expanded to include hygienic products as well (soap,…
Historic Schaefferstown is set for a busy weekend with two events designed to evoke the spirit of the Pennsylvania German culture indigenous to the region.
The 23rd Christmas at Cornwall House Tour will take place Saturday December 1, showcasing thirteen different historic buildings and houses.
On Friday November 30 at 3:30pm, Fort Indiantown Gap will welcome the public for a tree lighting ceremony near the C-130 cargo plane installation close to the corner of Fisher Avenue and Wiley Road.
Here it is: The complete list of Santa’s hours at the Lebanon Valley Mall.
Santa will be available for visits at the Lebanon Valley Mall next (Black) Friday from 12pm to 8pm.
The 8th annual Governor Dick Bouldering Competition will be held this weekend as a fundraiser for the park.
The 12th annual Give Thanks for Lebanon 5K/10K will be held this Saturday just before the Community of Lebanon Association’s Holiday Parade.
The Quittapahilla Audubon Society invites all to come out on Sunday at 9am for a guided walk of the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail, with a focus on local birdwatching.
Harrisburg-based journalist Nick Malawskey posted a picture today of the recently-renovated Mammal Hall at the State Museum of Pennsylvania, drawing to our attention the fact that the exhibit’s groundhog scene takes place in Lebanon County.
The Community of Lebanon Association’s 2nd Annual Holiday Lights in the Park begins in just a couple weeks, with the light show remaining open through December.
Based at two “encampments” in downtown Lebanon, campaign organizers and volunteers will be effectively homeless from Friday at 6am to Saturday at noon.
We have more details on tonight’s interfaith memorial Shabbat service, which will begin at 7:30pm at Congregation Beth Israel (411 South 8th St).
On Sunday November 25 from 1pm to 4pm, visitors will be welcomed at Lebanon’s Chestnut Street Log House (1110 Chestnut Street), where they will have an opportunity to sit by the fire, enjoy some refreshments, and enjoy the story of this special building.
This afternoon Cornwall Borough released the registration for its annual free Breakfast with Santa event, open to residents of Cornwall Borough, Mt. Gretna Borough, and West Cornwall Township.