If you liked our post yesterday about the Paxton Boys, you’ll also be interested in what historian Lynn Otto is preparing for next week’s meeting of the Mahonoy and Mahantongo Historical Society in Dalmatia.
Today is the last day to register to vote in Pennsylvania in order to participate in the November 6 elections.
From 11am to 4pm this Sunday October 14, come out to the H.M. Levitz Memorial Park in Grantville for the 34th annual Apple Cider Festival.
Longtime Lebanon pet food & supply company Brandt’s Mill will be hosting its annual customer appreciation event, Pet Days, on October 13th from 8am to 2pm celebrating 77 years in business.
Witches in Myerstown will be held October 13 at the Tulpehocken Manor (648 W Lincoln Ave).
If you missed the harvest fest in Schaefferstown earlier this month, worry not: You’ve got another chance to celebrate the autumn spirit. On October 13 from 10am to 3pm, the Friends of Coleman Park will be hosting the park’s 16th annual Harvest Fest.
Registration closes soon for the third annual Better Together event, created by local philanthropist and career nurse Jeanne Arnold.
With plans developed during a curatorial projects course last spring, Lebanon Valley College is hosting an exhibit, Comics Unstripped, in the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery through October 21.
Next week Thursday September 13 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm the Annville Free Library will host an hour-long course taught by the Capital Area Beekeepers Association about the fundamentals of beekeeping.
Pennsylvania historian Rich Wagner will be presenting a talk 1:30pm next Sunday at the Lebanon County Historical Society about our area’s heritage with beer.
The first-ever Tower to Town 10-mile race is about a month out, with potential runners advised to register by September 28 for best pricing and to guarantee a t-shirt. The race will take place Saturday October 7th rain or shine.
Rescheduled from last month, this Friday the Cleona Community Park will host a showing of “Wonder”, along with an anti-bullying program before the movie.
Historic Schaefferstown is set to host its 50th annual Harvest Fair on the weekend of September 15-16 at the historic Schaeffer Farm in eastern Lebanon County.
Following up August’s exhibit of Lancaster artist Stew Bradley, the Arts Council is gearing up for the September First Friday, which will take place next week September 7th in the group’s space at 770 Cumberland.
A fundraiser for the community since 1991, Hinkelfest celebrates two things: Fredericksburg’s Pennsylvania Dutch roots and the importance of the chicken (or Hinkel, in PA Dutch) for local jobs.