On Sunday, Oct. 18, the Pennsylvania Game Commission will be opening up the Stony Valley Rail Trail to motor vehicles for the annual State Game Lands Driving Tour, reversing an earlier decision to cancel this year’s tour.
A grand opening of the new SAMBA-built bicycle playground at Coleman Memorial Park will be held Saturday, Oct. 3, from 12 p.m. to 2p.m.
The mystery boxes will contain mug shots, police reports, background on the suspects, witness reports, and more.
The 56 minute live virtual screening will be on Thursday, Oct. 8 from 7:00 p.m to 8:45 p.m. with a virtual dialogue with psychologists and experts afterward. The event recording will be available until Sunday, Oct. 11 at 11:30 p.m.
Wynton Marsalis is coming to Gretna Playhouse this weekend for two limited-seating concerts.
Gerhart established the nonprofit called The Anne Fund, and named it after his mother, in memoriam of her valiant fight against cancer.
Registration has just opened for this year’s event, slated for Sunday, Oct. 4.
The family-friendly event will occur at the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center and Fair Grounds on Friday, Sept. 4 and Saturday, Sept. 5.
After a summer series reduced by COVID-19 to online-only performances, Gretna Music has resumed live concerts.
The season includes performances by a tenor trio, an Electric Light Orchestra tribute troupe, and a saxophone maestro, all free to register for until the end of August.
Shay’s Vending and Pennsylvania Skill will provide free meals to seniors and families who are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Organizers decided to cancel the majority of the 2020 Hinkelfest Chicken Festival, but a pared-down version is still set for Sept. 19-20.
This month’s First Friday Lebanon Art Walk is tonight, and LebTown is here with all you need to know about the festivities.
The Lebanon County Farm Bureau, in conjunction with Harrisburg Dairies, will be offering a free milk giveaway from 3-6 p.m. on Friday, July 24 at Dave’s Country Store in North Lebanon Township.
The series of informational lectures has migrated to cyberspace. Rather than being held in the Chautauqua’s Hall of Philosophy in Mount Gretna, programs are being hosted on Zoom.