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.
The cost is $25 per vehicle and all tickets must be purchased beforehand at Gretna Theatre’s website.
The City of Lebanon has announced more information on this year’s Fourth of July fireworks display.
A three-day pop-up event will be held this week to address the healthcare needs of the county’s Latino population.
Organizers recommend face masks for those attending the second annual event, set to take place this Saturday, June 27.
Rather than postponing or canceling their fundraising event due to COVID-19, as many other organizations have done, Lebanon Family Health Services (LFHS) will host its Splash of Color event virtually this weekend.
COVID-19 may have temporarily detoured social workers from helping individuals battling addiction, but a two-day event is being held this week to get people back on the road to recovery.
On Wednesday, June 17, WITF will hold a virtual watch party for the Annville episode of its “Our Town” series.
Participants can choose any day in June to complete the 5K or 15K race, with proceeds going toward local Scouts and the fight against food insecurity.
The choice to switch to a virtual event was made based on the current CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19.
The annual Tom Gerhart Sports Memorabilia Auction is being postponed from April 18 to October 17, still to be held at the Hebron Catering Hall in Lebanon.
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.