The Lebanon County Historical Society will host speaker and historian Lynn Otto this weekend, who will present a history of the Tulpehocken Valley during the French and Indian War.
Gretna Theatre is looking for local child actors to star in its upcoming production of the Oliver! musical.
It’s an unfortunate reality that scammers have a propensity to target senior citizens.
Beginning on April 1 and running through April 30, Making A Difference of Lebanon will be running “Norah’s Library Book Drive.”
Over Easter Weekend, Monument Park at 8th and Lehman Street in Lebanon will play host to Making a Difference of Lebanon’s annual Easter Egg Hunt and Festival.
The Mt. Gretna Area Historical Society is holding another trivia event after its first successful venture into the contest format also known as Quizzo.
State Senator Mike Folmer and Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding will appear at the Myerstown Community Center Auditorium next week to discuss the spotted lanternfly.
The Union Hose Fire Company will hold a fundraiser Easter Flower Sale over Easter Weekend, April 18-20.
Two Lebanon nonprofit organizations are teaming up to launch a six week book study and discussion group centered around a book about poverty alleviation strategies.
The Lebanon Community Library is planning its 25th annual benefit supporting the Children’s Department, and has announced that this year’s function will have a Kentucky Derby theme.
Lebanon nonprofit Making a Difference of Lebanon, PA is hosting a motivational talk Saturday morning at Saint Mark’s United Church of Christ.
The Friends of the Annville Free Library are looking for book donors in advance of the organization’s seventh annual Big Book Sale benefiting the Annville Free Library.
This Saturday at the Lebanon YMCA is all about the kids.
All Pennsylvania museums will be free on Sunday, March 10, including the Cornwall Iron Furnace.
The Cornwall Iron Furnace chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolutions is hosting a free genealogy workshop in mid-March.