This Friday in Fredericksburg, a festival will be held to celebrate “die hinkel,” or to English speakers, “the chicken.”
Let’s take a look a what’s happening around Lebanon County this weekend!
The Lebanon County Historical Society (LCHS) will host two Sunday programs in the upcoming fall season. All programs are open to the public.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Lebanon County’s Cops For A Cure will welcome it in with a 5K and Pink Mile run at the end of September.
What could be more enjoyable than a cold brew with friends at a place where George Washington used to hang out?
This month’s First Friday Lebanon Art Walk is tomorrow, and LebTown is here with all you need to know for the night’s festivities.
Here’s what’s happening around the Lebanon Valley this weekend!
The 2nd Annual Recovery Day will take place this Saturday, September 7 in Lebanon.
The Lebanon County Chiefs of Police have announced that due to forecasted rain on Oct. 31, Trick-or-Treat will be held on the rain date of Nov. 1.
The Telegraph Quartet (Eric Chin and Joseph Maile, violins; Pei-Ling Lin, viola; Jeremiah Shaw, cello) was formed back in 2013 and since then the group has performed at music halls, festivals and academic institutions around the world.
As the first week back to school wraps up and we head into September, check out what’s happening around the Lebanon Valley!
On September 6, October 4, and November you’ll have the opportunity to explore the eerier side of the Lebanon Farmers Market’s history firsthand on guided ghost tours.
From August 22 to 25, Gretna Theatre is showing the USO Show Troupe’s American Heartland Tribute.
If you hear sounds of war this weekend, don’t be alarmed — two reenacted Civil War battles will take place on Saturday and Sunday in the Union Canal Tunnel Park at 25th and Union Canal Drive.
A pioneering Lebanon County musician who overcame great loss to become a bandleader of wide local renown will be honored at an upcoming concert by the Washington Band of Annville.