The ninth annual Bologna Fest & Winter Carnival will be held at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center on Saturday, Jan. 25, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The Lebanon County Historical Society has released its schedule for 2020 events.
The Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward program is being launched in Lebanon, Lancaster and Dauphin counties this year, providing education on conservation with special focus on water resources.
Over the next three months, the Lebanon Valley Conservancy and the Clarence Schock Memorial Park are offering three free informational sessions related to environmental topics.
Historic Schaefferstown, Inc. has announced the winter classes that will be offered this year, to be taught in the Brendle Museum.
In addition to running a food stand at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, Bell & Evans is also hosting the annual chick hatch.
A 20-pound bologna, attached to a disco ball structure, will drop on S. Eighth St. to usher in 2020.
A free Christmas meal open to all will be held at LCCM from 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Dec. 25.
The annual New Year’s Bologna Drop will be held on S. Eighth St., with this year’s new addition of a disco ball.
Indulge yourself fully in the spirit of Christmas this Sunday, Dec. 15 with the Lebanon County Choral Society as they perform the classic carols of Alfred Burt.
Here’s your chance to see the stage version of a classic Christmas movie, live and local
Coleman Memorial Park market will run Dec. 7, with Shaefferstown opening the following weekend, Dec. 13-14.
Tickets for a carriage ride are available for purchase now. No Scrooges permitted.
Visitors have reportedly spotted Kris Kringle and the curmudgeonly Belsnickel on-site.
This weekend marks the first-ever Winter Wonderland Holiday Market at Boxie, the formidable structure sitting at the western edge of Downtown Lebanon.