The Lebanon VA Medical Center will hold a Women’s Health Open House on May 16 from 1-4pm for female Veterans.
The 7th annual Spinstock Flow Arts Festival will take place next month at Coleman’s Park.
Lebanon’s performing arts group the Steitz City Players (SCP) has announced its upcoming production of the musical “Godspell” to be held in August.
If you’re looking for something to do before Mother’s Day, check out the 1st Annual Rusty Gold Antique and Artisan Show, which will be held Saturday, May 11th at the Lebanon Expo Center.
The Friends of the Cornwall Iron Furnace will host their annual dinner on Tuesday, June 11, featuring a speech on Pennsylvania Dutch powwow customs.
This year’s ValleyFest will take place Friday with a concert featuring PSU favorite Go Go Gadjet and then followed up Sunday with a day festival.
On June 8, the roads throughout Lebanon County will become the course for the Tour de Lebanon Valley.
Walk With A Cop is a free event held several times a year that is designed to teach children ages 6-12 about health and safety.
The Lebanon County Prayer Breakfast will hold a breakfast at Funck’s Restaurant in Palmyra on April 27, and State Senator Mike Folmer (R-Senate District 48) will be the morning’s guest speaker.
Instructor and Pennsylvania Dutch expert Alice Spayd will teach weekly classes on the dialect beginning in late April.
As the winter fades away and spring blooms in Lebanon Valley, consider taking a trip along the newly-mapped Cornwall Heritage Trail.
The 162-year-old Perseverance Band of Lebanon is ready for another year of making history and playing music.
This coming Saturday, April 13, Downtown Lebanon will host an Easter event geared toward kids.
On April 27, the roads in and around Mt. Gretna will be filled with cyclists vying to win the 2019 Tour de Gretna.
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.