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Get Cultured with the Arts


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The Allen Theatre & Coffee House

36 E. Main St., Annville 717-867-4766 • Historic theater which features first-run movies. Enjoy the coffeehouse located adjacent to the theatre lobby.

Brushstrokes On Canvas

720 Quentin Rd., Lebanon 717-644-9980 • Brushstrokes on Canvas is a locally owned Art and Wine studio, where you can get creative, have some fun, and make incredible memories!

Gretna Theatre

Mt. Gretna Playhouse. Pennsylvania and Carnegie Avenues, Mt. Gretna A naturally dramatic, historic summer theater operating at the Mount Gretna Playhouse since 1927. Plays and musicals as well as select Monday night specials and select Saturday morning children’s theater. Open June through August.

Lebanon Council on the Arts

Lebanon Community Concert Association 212 W. Orchard Dr., Palmyra 717-838-2812 •

Music At Gretna

Mt. Gretna Playhouse. Pennsylvania and Carnegie Avenues, Mt. Gretna Gretna Music has been a leading presenter of classical music and jazz in southeastern Pennsylvania since 1976.

Steitz City Players

717-322-2353 A collective of theater artists and community organizers who use arts to enhance the community. Productions in 2017 include Into the Woods and A Street Car Named Desire.

Timbers Dinner Theatre

350 Timber Rd., Mt. Gretna 717-964-3601 • A favorite for locals, here you can enjoy an outdoor musical venue with dinner during the summer months. Shows are Tuesday through Saturday evenings, with Wednesday and select Saturday matinees.

770 Cumberland Street, Lebanon This group promotes theater, arts and dance in the Lebanon Valley sponsoring the First Friday Art Walks and Traditional Music Sessions.

Lebanon Community Theatre

E. Maple Street at Theatre Dr., Lebanon 717 273-5151 •


Get Entertained with Attractions

Brushstrokes On Canvas

720 Quentin Rd., Lebanon 717-644-9980 Brushstrokes on Canvas is a locally owned Art and Wine studio, where you can get creative, have some fun, and make incredible memories!

MT. Gretna Roller Rink 451 PA-117, Lebanon 717-964-3631

Klick Lewis Arena

101 Landings Dr., Annville

Dutch Wonderland

2249 Lincoln Highway E., Lancaster 866-386-2839

Hershey Park

100 W. Hersheypark Dr., Hershey 800-437-7439 •

Lazer Factory

211 Piper Cir., Annville 717-867-0766


Splat - A Family Art Studio

21 E. Main St., Annville 717-685-1681 • SPLAT- A Family Art Studio, offers hands-on art-making opportunities for the whole family. Kids and adults alike will cultivate creative confidence while engaged in creating their masterpiece leaving with memories, and mementos, to last a lifetime. Drop in during open studio and choose from a variety of projects to make, enroll in a scheduled class or let us host your make event or party.

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Photo Courtesy of SPLAT, A Family Art Studio

Escape Room

1244 E. Main St., Annville 717-389-9124 •

Iron Valley Snow Tubing

201 Iron Valley Dr., Lebanon 717-279-7409 •

Carlise Sports Emporium

29 S. Middlesex Rd., Carlisle Central Pennsylvania’s year-round indoor & outdoor interactive entertainment complex featuring indoor and outdoor go-kart tracks, two 18-hole Castle & Western theme miniature golf courses, a 7,500 sq. ft. 2-tier LASERTRON laser tag arena, a roller skating rink, Victory Lane Café, arcade, indoor rock climbing wall & more!

RE:Create Arts Initiative

828 Cumberland St., Rear, Lebanon 717-269-3301 •

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233 W. Penn Ave. Cleona, PA

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Get Roots with Our Rich History

Cornwall Iron Furnace

Rexmont at Boyd St., Cornwall 717-272-9711 • The five-acre site includes remnants of the original eighteenth century industry incorporated into the nineteenth century Furnace Building, Wagon Master and Blacksmith Shop buildings, Abattoir, and Charcoal Barn, now a Visitor Center.

Chestnut Street Log House

1110 Chestnut St., Lebanon / Built by George Steitz, Lebanon town founder, this 1 1/2 story log house stands as a reminder of 18th Century Life.

Fort Indiantown Gap

Fort Indiantown Gap in Annville is a premiere National Guard training site. Except for the training corridor and a few restricted areas, visitors are welcome to drive through the Gap. You’ll see Muir Army Airfield and the nearby the Battle of the Bulge Monument. Also displayed is the Air National Guard EC-130, tank and helicopter static displays, Nike missiles, the 40 & 8 Merci or French Gratitude Train.

Isaac Meier Homestead

524 S. College St., Myerstown The Isaac Meier Homestead is a large limestone dwelling located along route 501 in Myerstown. Built in 1738, it is architecturally a prime significance for the history and development of material culture in 18th century PA.

Historic Schaefferstown, Inc.

717.949.2244 • Comprised of several historic Swiss and German sites; Alexander Schaeffer Farm, a National


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Historic Landmark, the Thomas R. Brendle Museum, and the very unique Gemberling-Rex House.

Lebanon Co. Historical Society

924 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-272-1473

The Stoy Museum

924 Cumberland St., Lebanon The Museum’s exhibits include fine examples of life from the 19th and 20th Century: A pharmacy, general store, parlor, toy shop, ladies fashions and more.

The Hauck Memorial Library

(Housed Inside the Stoy Museum) A repository for Lebanon County Genealogy and History.

Light’s Fort

11th & Maple Streets, Lebanon Constructed in 1742, the structure was used as a home and a Mennonite place or worship, the large stockade around Light’s Fort because a place of refuge for family during the French and Indian War.

Mt. Gretna Area Historical Society

717-964-1109 206 Pennsylvania Ave., Mt. Gretna,17064 Preserves the heritage of the entire Mt. Gretna area. 2017 focuses on the 125th Anniversary of the Campmeeting and Pa. Chautauqua.

Monroe Valley Chapel

449 Monroe Valley Dr., Jonestown

PA National Guard Military Museum

Fort Indiantown Gap Building T-8-57, Annville 717-861-2402 • The Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum showcases items and weapons from the Civil War to the Gulf War, as well as items that depict the history of the Pennsylvania National Guard and Fort Indiantown Gap.

The Union Canal Tunnel Park

25th and Union Canal Dr., Lebanon The oldest existing transportation tunnel in the U.S., completed in 1827 and today is a treasured National Historic Landmark. Boat rides on the canal and through the tunnel are available Sundays during the months of June through October, from 12:30 to 4:00 p.m., weather permitting.



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Get Moving with Outdoor Recreation Do you like to hike, bike or bird watch? Are you a nature lover or love to be outdoors seeking solace, or even adventure? No matter what it is you’re looking for, the Lebanon Valley has many places to explore outdoor activites of all types. Swatara Creek Park All kids enjoy digging in the dirt to find fossils at the Fossil Pit. Park by Waterville Bridge and hike Bear Hole Trail to the Bordner Cabin and view Aycrigg’s Falls. Or, for a very unique adventure, join the Swatara Watershed Association on their Annual Swatara Sojourn. The Sojourn is an overnight canoe and camping experience to education participants on the importance of the Swatara Creek to our community. You’ll cover about 30 miles of water, gaining education, cleaning up litter, and having an adventure that will provide a lifetime of memories. Learn more at canoe/18thcanoe.

Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area Enjoy a day of bird watching. Either drive, walk or bike the tour drive and spot songbirds along the

way. Enjoy one of the many trails such as Willow Point Trail; spend some time in the pavilion viewing waterfowl. Visit the annual Wildlife Art Show in August. Join the National Hunting and Fishing Day in September. South Hills Park A great place for family fun. There is a climbing playground and a 36-hole disc golf course. Park pavilions have charcoal grills for your picnic lunches. There is a memorial garden and access to Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails.

Coleman Memorial Park A great place for music lovers.The park features outdoor concerts June through August. There is a 4th of July celebration and fireworks display as well as an annual baseball hitting contest. The park season ends with the annual Christkindl Market. 15

Clarence Schock Memorial Park& Environmental Center

3283 Pinch Rd., Mt. Gretna 717-964-3808 Features 1,100 acres of woodland for hiking, biking and horse back riding.

Coleman Memorial Park

Route 72 N., Lebanon. Coleman Memorial Park, is home to a variety of events. Throughout the summer months, Music in the Park provides entertainment in the park’s open amphitheater. Lauther Water Park is a large swimming pool with a large slide and areas set aside for ever level of swimming ability. Trails wind through the wooded areas. On site are picnic groves, ball fields, walking trails, and more.

Gold Mine Road

Northern most corner of Lebanon County, where the county meets both Dauphin and Schuylkill Counties, is Gold Mine Road Trail Head, known as Saint Anthony’s Wilderness on State Game Lands 211. Accessible year round and is great for hiking and biking, as well as a great trail to enjoy during the winter months for cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. There are many historical points of interest on the trail, including the resort village of Cold Spring and the Rattling Run Sawmill.

Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails

A 14 mile corridor extending from the end of the existing Conewago Trail at the Lancaster County line northeast into Lebanon. The trail passes through Lawn, Colebrook, Mt. Gretna, Cornwall, South Lebanon and the City of Lebanon.

Lion’s Lake Park / Ebenezer Lake

Ebenezer Lake, North Lebanon Just off of Rt. 72 North, is Lion’s Lake Park and Recreation Area.

Fountain Park

Market St., Schaefferstown Founded in 1763 by Alexander Schaeffer and his wife Anna Engle, the park is home to one of the United States’ oldest documented public water systems.


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Memorial Lake State Park

East Hanover Township near Fort Indiantown Gap Located on 230 acres, the park is centered around a 45-acre lake which is ideal for boating and fishing. Canoes are available on site. Other family fun activities include: hiking, cross country skiing, ice skating and picnicking.

South Hills Park

1110 S. Lincoln Ave., Lebanon. Walking enthusiasts, joggers, cyclists enjoy the trails year round. Children love South Hills during summer for the wonderful playground, sand volleyball court, sand box, and other sports facilities.

South Hills Disc Golf Middlecreek Wildlife Management Area

100 Museum Rd., Stevens A mecca for wildlife, this 6,254 acre facility is particularly noted for the thousands upon thousands of ducks, geese and swans that drop in during their spring and fall migrations. There are nine walking trails, picnic areas and a driving tour for cars and bikers available beginning the first of March. Maps can be obtained at the Middlecreek Welcome Center.

Mt. Gretna Lake

130 Lakeview Dr., Lebanon Centered in Mt. Gretna, – Enjoyed by generations as a favorite summer escape for residents and visitors. Family friendly, restaurants, lake beach, and nearby attractions. Highlights – Kayaking, boat rentals, lake beach, walking / hiking trails nearby, great dining nearby and more.

Quittie Creek Nature Park

536 Bachman Rd., Annville Enjoy trout fishing, walking trails and bird watching.

Access at South Hills Park on State Dr., Lebanon. Fully manicured lawn with mature trees to play around. 2 baskets per hole, red for the longs and yellow for the short positions. Nice mixture of left , right and straight shots. Well placed basket positions.

Stoever’s Dam Park

Entrances on N. Third Ave., Miller Street and Stoever St., Lebanon. The park features a Nature Barn, Community Theatre, picnic and camping areas, pavilions, boat ramps, fishing, handicapped fishing area, two softball fields, nature trails and memorial arbor.

Swatara Creek Water Trail

Travel through farm lands, Union Canal locks, forested riparian buffers, the Appalachian Trail and abandoned railroad and bridges, limestone outcrops, and the only lava deposits in the state. Public access points in Lebanon County are located at Swatara State Park, Jonestown KOA Camp Ground and the Swatara Creek Watershed Association Waterworks Access, north of Annville. For more information visit



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The Cottage-Furniture and Home Boutique As you travel along the scenic byways of the Lebanon Valley, you will see some of the region’s antique and specialty shops, a major attraction to the area. From Palmyra to Quentin to Bethel, some of the best antique shops await your visit with a wide selection of items; including one featuring refinished furniture. In Annville, Lebanon and Myerstown, are specialty shops featuring items made by local artisans, Old World decorative items and gifts, gently used furniture, handmade candies and Mediterranean food staples. There are many treasures awaiting your visit to the Lebanon Valley.


Antiques Black Swan Antiquities

61 W. Front St., Palmyra 717-867-4400 •

The Cottage Furniture & Home Boutique 75 W. Main St., Quentin 717-675-7963

Little Brown Bonnet

8491 Lancaster Ave., Bethel 717-933-5999

Miss Morgan’s Milkweed

8495 Lancaster Ave., Bethel 717-933-9900

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The NEsT at Farmstead Market 1976 Laudermilch Rd., Palmyra 717-307-0511

Primitive Haus

10 N.College St., Myerstown 717-383-6089

Quentin Antique Shoppe

80 W. Main St., Quentin 717-454-0522 •

The Tweed Weasel Primitives

1148 Heidelberg Ave., Schaefferstown 717-949-3883 •

Specialty Stores

Main Street Jewelry & Gifts 13 E. Main Ave., Myerstown

GoldMax Express

42 S. 8th St., Lebanon 717-450-5594 •

Reistville Corner Store

1564 Stiegel Pike, Myerstown 717-949-4324 •

Stewart’s Gift Peddler

112 W. Main St., Annville 717-272-7832 •


718 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-273-0511 •

AA Comics and Cards

610 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-644-9345


723 Quentin Rd., Lebanon 717-450-5769

The Agean Table

849 Oak St., Lebanon 717-270-9830 •

Comics & Paperbacks Plus

201 E. Main St., Palmyra 717-838-4854

Martin’s Fabric & Craft Barn

2799 E. Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-274-5359


Featured Retailers The Annex

50 N. Railroad Street, Palmyra. 717-838-8917 The Annex is a unique consignment store where folks can buy and sell. We specialize in quality preowned furniture, home decor, antiques and collectibles. You’ll also find fabulous costume jewelry, accessories, Mrs. Myers products, and so much more!

Country Lane Furniture

10 Nathan Ln., Annville 717-867-5701 Your source for handmade, heirloomquality furniture in PA. Our handmade Amish and Mennonite furniture is made with the finest selected hardwoods. Our craftsmen pay close attention to detail and take great pride in the quality and beauty of the finished product. When you buy from Country Lane, you invest in the best quality and you enjoy a work of nature. Family owned and operated.

1. Lebanon FARMERS MARKET 35 S. 8th St., Lebanon 717-274-3663

Located in the heart of downtown Lebanon, the magnificently restored historic market house is the home to numerous vendors offering locally grown and produced goods. You’ll find specialty meats and cheeses, organic poultry and produce, and goodies such as fresh baked goods, homemade ice cream, even locally produced wine!

Wide Selection of Live Edge Slab Tables, Desks & Occasional Tables in stock


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GET GOLFING on These Great Greens Blue Mountain Golf Course 628 Blue Mountain Rd., Fredericksburg

Iron Valley Golf Course

Pine Meadows Golf Course

Lebanon Valley Golf Course

Royal Oaks Golf Course

201 Iron Valley Dr., Lebanon

240 Golf Rd., Myerstown

319 Pine Meadow Rd., Lebanon

3350 Oak St., Lebanon

PREPARE FOR A LIFETIME OF SUCCESS Annville, Pa. | Since 1866 1-866-LVC-4ADM (1-866-582-4236) |


Quentin Riding Club • Dinner Club • Pub • Tavern • Deck • Catering • Horse Shows & Boarding • Car Shows • Music Festivals • Dances • Dinner Shows • 46 Private Acres Quentin Riding Club is a Lebanon Valley Treasure Conveniently Located at 2500 Quentin Road, Lebanon Pa 17042. 717.273.1151


Tue-Thurs: 5pm - 9pm Fri-Sat: 5pm - 10pm Happy Hour is 5pm - 7pm Open to The Public Fridays

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Get Farm Fresh with Agri-Entertainment FarmStead Farmer’s Market 1976 Laudermilch Rd., Palmyra

Gray’s Apple Ridge

144 Greble Rd., Jonestown

Honey Bear Orchards

1819 Thompson Ave., Lebanon

Risser-Marvel Farm Market

2425 Horseshoe Pike, Annville Farmstand, pumpkin patch, pick in the field, corn maze, straw or hay bale maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, and trike track.

Seyfert’s Corn Maze

1800 E. King St., Lebanon

Sycamore Spring Orchard & Harvest Festival

2501 Heilmandale Rd., Jonestown

Ulrich’s Farm Market

2172 Heidelberg Ave. Newmanstown, Pennsylvania

Get Rested Experience the Comforts of Home

B&B / INNS 1825 Inn Bed & Breakfast

409 S. Lingle Ave., Palmyra 717-838-8282 •

Annville Inn Bed & Breakfast

LondonDerry Inn

2764 Horseshoe Pike, Palmyra 717-838-7500 •

Moon Shadow Bed & Breakfast

23 Sherks Church Rd., Palmyra 717-641-3123 •

4515 Hill Church Rd,. Annville 717-867-1991 •

Mt, Gretna Inn

Berry Patch Bed & Breakfast

The Patriot House

115 Moore Rd., Lebanon 717-865-7219 •


16 Kauffman Ave., Mt. Gretna 717-964-3234 •

301 E Main St., Annville 717-685-1375 •

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Lebanon 4 Fisher Ave., Jonestown 800-780-7234


Comfort Inn Lebanon Valley 16 Marsanna Ln., Jonestown 717-865-8080


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Day’s Inn Lebanon Valley 625 Quentin Rd., Lebanon 717-273-6771•


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Days Inn Business Place 3 Everest Ln., Jonestown 717-865-4064 Dutch Motel 500 East Main St., Palmyra 717-838-3751 Four Seasons Motel 2525 Quentin Rd., Quentin 717-272-8402 The Hampton Inn-Manheim 2764 Lebanon Rd., Manheim 717-665-6600 •

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The 40 Winks Inn 1137 West Main St., Annville 717-867-4627 Americas Best Value Inn 2951 Horseshoe Pike, Palmyra 717-838-4761

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Knights Inn Palmyra 1071 E. Main St., Palmyra 717-838-1324


Motel Skandia 922 E. Lincoln Ave., Myerstown 717-866-6447 •


Red Carpet Inn & Suites 977 E. Main St., Palmyra 717-838-5466


Roadway Inn & Suites-Lantern Lodge 411 N. College St., Myerstown 717-866-6536 •



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Holiday Inn Express 2205 E. Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-273-9800

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Get CAMPING! Adventure Bound Eagles Peak

397 Eagles Peak Rd., Robesonia 610-589-480 The facilities at this campground include two heated swimming pools, an 18-hole miniature golf course, pedal kart rentals, camp store, laundry, Wi-Fi, free cable TV, a large recreation lodge, two playgrounds, a variety of sport courts, inflatable fun zone, and a fishing pond.

Hershey RV & Camping Resort

493 S Mt Pleasant Rd, Lebanon, PA 17042 hershey-rv-camping-resort/

JOnestown KOA  

11 Lickdale Rd., Jonestown 717-865-6411 Koa.Com/Campgrounds/Jonestown

Looking for a quiet, convenient location to relax after a long day on the road? Or a base camp for sightseeing in PA Dutch country? Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA fits the bill! Open year round with full service accommodations for RV’ers and only a mile off I-78 or I-81.

PA Dutch Country RV Resort

185 Lehman Rd., Manheim

Twin Grove Park & Campground Koa

1445 Suedberg Rd., Pine Grove 717-865-4602 • Set on 100 acres in the rolling Blue Mountains of Central Pennsylvania near Hershey and Harrisburg, Twin Grove RV Resort & Cottages is family values and fun.


Lebanon Valley by Bike


ur winding, rolling country roads can be a dream to ride. Lebanon County offers a wide variety of bicycling experiences. You’ll find mountain biking and off road trails, in addition to scenic on-road bike rides. For road bicyclists, Lebanon’s countryside provides several hundred miles of cycling past 18th and 19th century farms as well as historic sites such as Cornwall Furnace and Union Canal locks. Cyclists may share the road with Amish buggies. Amazing architecture and historic sites in small towns and the city of Lebanon are included on county bike rides. For mountain bikers, single track trails at Swatara State Park and Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick will test their skills.

Scenic Rides • Coleman Legacy, 33 mi • Amish Farmland, 35 mi • Lebanon’s Gaps & Valleys, 31 mi • Preserved Farmland Loop, 14 mi • Cycling Lebanon Valley Vistas, 36 mi • Silos, Spires and Soaring Birds, 27 mi

For the trail enthusiast, two rail trails, the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail and Stony Valley Rail Grade provide very different experiences. The Lebanon Valley Rail Trail, with a crushed limestone surface, extends from the city of Lebanon to Lancaster County’s Conewago Recreation Trail. The Stony Valley Rail Grade has a rough dirt and gravel surface. Take moment to read the trail rules here for a safe and enjoyable ride.

• Preserving the Lebanon Valley’s Heritage & Lands, 27 mi

Swatara State Park provides a rail trail as well as many miles of hard surface paths.

• Lebanon’s Historic Gems, 8 mi

Learn more and find maps at the Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition site,

• County Perimeter, 100 mi


• Horses and Creeks, 30 mi • Union Canal & the Swatties, 33 mi

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Get Screaming For Ice Cream

Going for ice cream is about so much more than the ice cream itself. It is about tradition, quality time, cooling off on a summer day, and enjoying the simple, sweetest pleasures of life. No matter where you are in the Lebanon Valley, you’ll find a sweet treat just around the corner.

Colebrook Twin Kiss

1550 Mount Wilson Rd., Lebanon

Dairy Queen East

Route 422, Lebanon

Dairy Queen

Route 422, Palmyra

Dairy Queen West

Route 422, Lebanon

The Homestead @ Coleman Park Rt 72, north of Lebanon

Jigger Shop

Gettysburg Ave, Mt. Gretna

Lickdale Log Cabin & General Store

Route 72, Jonestown

MJs Coffeehouse at the Allen

Route 422, Annville

Patches Creamery

201 Fonderwhite Rd., Lebanon

Pretzel HUT

2224 Furnace Hill Pike, Newmanstown

Rainbow Snow

103 N. Railroad St., Palmyra

Raub’s Twin Kiss

Route 422, Myerstown


Route 422, Cleona

Twin Grove Park

45 Suedburg Rd., Pine Grove * List Courtesy of Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz


VIEW FULL EVENT DESCRIPTIONS AT LEBEXPO.ORG Schedule Subject to Change - Check Website for Updates

Book Your Event Now! • • 717-273-3670 April 1 - Farm City Safety Day April 1-2 - Eagle Arms Gun Show April 7 - Development and Disability Services Empowerment Auction April 8 - Epic Men’s Expo April 18-20 - Skills USA - PA Competition April 22 - Cocktails for a Cure April 28-29 - Martin’s Carriage Auction May 2 - FFA Day May 2 - Lebanon County Conservation District Tree Sale May 4 - Wenger Foundation Praise Dinner May 6 - Wine Fest - “Wine” aPalooza May 9-10 - 50 Plus Festival May 11 - Salvation Army Dinner May 14 - Red Rose Classic Dog Show May 19 - NRA Banquet May 20-21 - Siamese Alliance of America Cat Show May 28 - CRS - Hunter Horse Show June 3 - Tour de Lebanon Valley June 4 - 4-H Open Horse Show June 9-10 - Logan Brinson - Elvis Festival June 13-18 - Keystone Kangaroos June 14 - Suzanne’s Gymnastic Show June 16-18 - PA Gourd Fest Show and Sale June 18 - Latigo 4-H Open Horse Show June 24-25 - Transport for Christ June 25 - CRS - Hunter Horse Show July 8 - One Fine Day Cat Show July 8 - Youth Soccer July 12-16 - Penn Coachmen July 22-29 - Lebanon Area Fair August 6 - America’s 911 and Military Tribute Bike and Car Show August 10 - Lebanon 4-H Banquet

August 18-20 - Gem Miner’s Jubilee August 21 - 4-H District Dairy Show August 23 - WLBR-WQIC Job Fair August 27 - CRS Hunter Horse Show Sept. 9 - Berks Kids Closet Sept. 9 - Lebanon Valley Fall Food and Craft Fair Sept. 11-17 - Good Samaritan PA Fall Jamboree Sept. 22-23 - Brethren Relief Auction Sept. 24 - CRS Hunter Horse Show Oct. 7 - Women’s Expo Oct. 8 - A Doll For All Seasons Oct. 14 - Lebanon Valley Rabbit Breeders Show Oct. 15 - Mid-Atlantic Rabbit/Cavy Show Oct. 20-21 - Martin’s Carriage Auction Oct. 27-28 - PA Powersports Show Nov. 4 - Quittapahilla Audubon Society Seed Sale Nov. 4-5 - Eagle Arms Gun Show Nov. 7 - FFA Day Nov. 10-12 - Lebanon Quilters Guild Exhibition of Quilts Nov.17 - 4-H Horse Clubs Banquet Nov. 18-19 - Gem Miner’s Holiday Show Nov. 24-26 - Christmas at the Expo Dec. 3 - USO Dance Dec. 16 - Straight and Curl Cat Show 2018 January 6-7 - Eagle Arms Gun Show January 27 - Bologna Fest February 9-11 - Hugs and Kisses Gymnastic Meet March 3 - Berks Kids Closet Consignment Sale March 3 - Lebanon Valley Spring Spectacular March 16-17 - Youth for Christ Auction

Get a Full BelLY With Our Local Cusine



Buschette Winery

All That and a Bag of Chips

2 Locations: 9684 Old Rte. 22, Bethel Also in the Lebanon Farmer’s Market 33 S. 8th St., Lebanon

443 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717- 644-9143

Babe’s Grill House & Sports Bar Snitz Creek Brewery

7 N. 9th St., Lebanon Find 12 hand crafted beers on tap and a locally-sourced menu. Beers consist of six year round favorites and six rotating styles based on season and demand.

Hidden Still Spirits

435 Willow St., Lebanon 717-270-1753


312 E Main St., Palmyra 717-838-8200

The Batdorf

245 W. Main St., Annville

Blue Bird Inn

2387 Cornwall Rd., Lebanon 717-273-3000 • The historic Blue Bird Inn boasts

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traditional dining and a classic pub atmosphere. 20 draft beer selections including distinct micro & European Beers.

Cafe Panache

931 Russell Dr., Lebanon 717-675-7181

Country Fare

498 East Lincoln Ave., Myerstown. 717-866-9043

Corvette Grille & Bar

202 W. Main St., Annville 717-867-4750 Cheesesteaks, Angus burgers, 26 flavors of wings, great specials and even better atmosphere.

Downtown Lounge

734 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-274-22119 •

Domino’s Pizza

1303 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-277-7000 Locally owned and operated restaurant with ample seating. We deliver!

Farmer’s Wife

10609 Allentown Blvd., Ono 717-865-6517

Franklin House

101 N. Market St., Schaefferstown 717-949-2122

Foundry Craft Grillery

33 South 8th St., Lebanon

502 East Lehman Street - Lebanon, PA

A Fresh Taste of the Old World 717-273-1443

717-639-2055 •

Funck’s Restaurant

664 W. Main St., Palmyra 717-838-1611

The Gin Mill

324 East Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-273-2729 • Locally owned and operated family restaurant and tavern featuring 24 beers on draft and a great wine selection. Recognized as a Certified Angus Beef ® Gold Restaurant - try one of our delicious steaks or our signature crab cakes!

Heisey’s Diner

1740 Pa-72, Lebanon 717-272-0891


Inn at 422

1800 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-274-3651 •

La Placita

922 Cumberland St., Lebanon

Harper’s Tavern

10486 Jonestown Rd., Annville 717-865-2584 •

Hearth Family Restaurant

550 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-270-1266

The Hideaway

40 Blvd., Mt. Gretna

Lazzaro’s Italian Bistro

49 N. Railroad St., Palmyra 717-832-6111

Le Sorelle Porch and Pantry Restaurant

106 Chautauqua Dr., Mt. Gretna 717-269-3876 •

Lisa’s Cafe

600 E. Main St., Palmyra 717-832-9855

Mancino’s Pizza

Located inside the Lebanon Valley Mall 422 N. 22nd St., Lebanon 717-769-5194

Miner’s Club Restaurant

201 Iron Valley Dr., Lebanon 717-279-7409 •

Mooses LZ Bar & Grille

211 Fisher Ave., Jonestown 717-865-6009 •

The Old Willow Tree Cafe

10 N. College St., Myerstown 717-866-5879


890 Tulpehocken Rd., Myerstown 717-866-2200

Trattoria Fratelli

502 E. Lehman St. Lebanon 717-273-1443 • A consistent “Best Italian” award winner, the seasonally changing menu serves up fresh, innovative cuisine, as well as, traditional, Old World Italian fare in a cozy, intimate atmosphere. Wood-fired pizzas, in-house desserts, rustic breads and the full bar, boasting an extensive Italian wine list, have guests returning again and again.

The Union House Taproom & Livery

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The Quentin Haus

Corner of Rts. 419 and 72, Quentin 717-272-6475

Quentin Tavern

81 West Main St., Lebanon 717-272-4700

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The Sugar Shaker

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TimeLess Cafe

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Tony’s On Market

333 W. Market St., Jonestown


Celebrate 125 Years with Mt. Gretna

This small community is a must visit any summer - but this year’s calendar is full of celebration and festivities. Make sure to find time to explore this quaint summer getaway!

Just relax on a bench or stroll through the picturesque streets to enjoy the beauty, tranquility, history and broad array of activities that Mt. Gretna offers. What started as a summer picnic grove and home to the PA National Guard in 1885 became a well-known resort area and home to the Pennsylvania Chautauqua and a United Methodist meeting ground known as Camp Meeting in the early 1890’s. The Chautauqua – with its full schedule of summer arts, education and cultural programs that are open to the public – and the Camp Meeting – with its own array of summer programs and activities – continue to this day. Both areas, which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, are filled with distinctive, century-old cottages located on tree-lined streets. This year, Mt. Gretna celebrates the 125th anniversary of Mt. Gretna Campmeeting and Chautauqua. There are many activities planned for the year including a family skating date at the Mt. Gretna Roller Rink. The roller rink is the oldest remaining building in Mt. Gretna. built in 1890 as the Farmers Encampment, it was the original home to PA Farm Show.

The Jigger Shop, a summer attraction, will be unveiling an ice cream treat to celebrate the 125th anniversary. This unique ice cream shop has been offering unriviled ice-cream creations for over 100 years. The Mt Gretna Tabernacle hosts yearly a Heritage festival and a Bible Festival highlighting worship and concerts. A major supporter of the arts, First Friday Art walks are held each month - featuring the works of local artisans. Each summer, the community is home to the Mt. Gretna School of Art. In August each year is the Mt. Gretna Outdoor Art Show. The show is a major attraction for artists, music and visitors from near and far. Gretna Theatre is a professional summer theatre at the historic open-air Gretna Playhouse. Performances include Broadway musicals, comedies, musical revues as well as children’s theatre. Take in world-class jazz and classical music performances at Gretna Playhouse. Music At Gretna’s more than 40 years of performances have featured dozens of


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Grammy Award winners and nominees. To celebrate the 125th anniversary, the first concert will feature a brass band playing music from the 1890s. Timbers Restaurant and Dinner Theater offers a summer musical review with dining in their intimate lounge. Mt.Gretna is also surrounded by plentiful hiking and biking trails and other venues for the outdoor enthusiast. The Mt. Gretna Bird Club meets every Friday morning. Mt. Gretna Lake & Beach is perfect for swimming, canoeing or walking the shores of this beautiful lake. The Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick Environmental Center. This 1,100-acre forest and nature center offers educational programs, guided hikes, nature walks and outdoor events. Explore Mt Gretna’s museum located at 206 Pennsylvania Ave. Open from 1 - 4 pm on weekends during the summer. Learn about the two amusement parks that once existed in Gretna with a giant roller coaster, carousels and million gallon swimming pool. View pictures and memorabilia from the historic Conewago Hotel that overlooked the lake in the early 1900’s and the narrow gauge railroad that brought passengers to its doors from the main Gretna train station. This tiny community is rich in history and entertainment that you will love to explore. LeSorelle Porch & Pantry is a quaint, casual restaurant in the Chautauqua area that has a large, loyal following among Mt. Gretna residents and visitors. Just down the street, you’ll find The Gallery at La Cigale Features the works of local artists and artisans. Enjoy a beverage or meal under the trees on the Mt. Gretna Hideaway’s large deck or inside this popular eatery.


70,000 square feet of indoor exhibition space. Eight Adjoining Buildings. 70+ acres of fairgrounds. Livestock and equestrian facilities. Dirt track with spectator seating.

Government Lebanon City Mayor Sherry Capello 400 South Eighth St., Lebanon. 717-228-4401

Get Resourceful! Community Resources Community of Lebanon Association (CLA) Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce 604 Cumberland St., Lebanon 717-273-3727 Business support services, group benefits; referral and marketing of member businesses; community marketing; business advocacy. Lebanon Valley Economic Development Corporation “Where Business Growth


and Resources Connect� 16 Lebanon Valley Pkwy., Lebanon 717-274-3180 Palmyra Area Business Association (PABA)

Events Facilities Brasenhill 104 E. Walnut St., Lebanon 717-964-8954 Cornwall Inn 50 Burd Coleman Rd., Cornwall, 717-306-6178 Specializing in indoor and outdoor weddings, receptions, and events in a charming historic setting. Lebanon Valley Expo Center 80 Rocherty Rd., Lebanon 717-273-3670

Lebanon County Commissioners William E. Ames Jo Ellen Litz Robert J. Phillips Room 207, Municipal Building, 400 South 8th St., Lebanon 717- 228-4427

Insurance Bob Phillips State Farm 832 Chestnut St., Lebanon 717-273-0545 Helping people manage the risks of every day life, recover from the unexpected, and realize dreams. Auto. Home. Life. Financial Services.

Home Repair Ames Sales & Services 240 Hinkle Rd., Annville 717-833-3000 We can help you keep everything running.

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Hospitals/Urgent Care:

Local Media Partners

Wellspan / Good Samaritan Hospital 4th & Walnut Streets, Lebanon

Radio WLBR - 1270 Talk Radio WQIC- 100.1 FM Soft Rock Everything Lebanon County

Lebanon Emergency Physicians 4th and Walnut St., Lebanon 717-270-7740

Print Quail Flyer 717- 454-7397 We are locally owned and operated advertising flyer. Quail Flyer is now reaching over 53,000 homes and businesses!

Lebanon Valley Advanced Care Center 1251 E. Main Street, Annville 717-988-0531

Priority Care 956 Isabel Dr., Lebanon 717-270-5677

The Table magazine The Table is a community magazine for the residents of Lebanon County and neighboring communities. Pick up locations at eateries, retail stores and places of gathering around our community.

Laundry Services


Oldies Laundromat 50 N. Railroad St., Palmyra 717-838-3959 Residential and commercial services available. Call to schedule a pickup.

Lebanon County Libraries Access to free information increases knowledge and provides a resource for lifelong learning that strengthens the community and improves lives.

MedExpress Urgent Care 1010 W. Crestview Dr., Lebanon 717-272-7469


Annville Library 216 E. Main St., Annville Lebanon Library 125 North 7th St., Lebanon Matthews Library 102 West Main St., Fredericksburg Myerstown Library 199 North College St., Myerstown Palmyra Library 50 Landings Dr., Suite B. Annville Richland Library 111 E. Main St., Richland

Lebanon, 717-277-5479 Shipping, Printing, Postal Services, Mailbox Rental, Notary, Copy Center, Document Shredding, Faxing, Professional Packaging, Moving Supplies

Realty/Relocation Re/Max Cornerstone Brenda Miller 2397 Quentin Rd., Suite A. Lebanon Direct Cell & Text: 717- 813-1700

Visitor’s Center

Professional Services

Visit Lebanon Valley 31. S. 8th St., Lebanon 717-454-7762

The UPS Store 1451 Quentin Rd., STE 400

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Get Ready For An Epic Episode

The FIREBALL Run Adventure Travel series explored the Lebanon Valley in September 2016 - don’t miss the adventure when the show airs in fall of 2017! You’ll see the episode shot in the Lebanon Valley as well as watch our two local teams compete! Follow us on facebook @visitlebanonvalley for the announcement of when the show will air! Here is a sneak peek, courtesy of Jeremy Long, Lebanon Daily News.


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Get EnGAGED WITH OUR CALENDAR OF EVENTS REOCCURRING EVENTS First Friday Art Walk - Held the first Friday of each month from 5-8 pm. Walk downtown Lebanon to experience different types of art and music. Map at Music in the Park Concerts - Coleman Park Veteran Memorial Amphitheater, 1400 Maple Street in Lebanon. Bring your favorite lawn chair -- offering taken.


May 6 - 9am - 4pm - Spring craft fair. Sponsored by the Community of Lebanon Association. This event will be held in downtown Lebanon. May 19 - 20 - Broadway at the Barn, Lebanon Community Theatre, E. Maple St., Lebanon.

performing traditional band music including overtures, marches, show tunes, patriotic and sacred selections. A Music in the Park Concert. June 11 - 9am to 2pm. Historic Old Annville Day festival along Main Street. June 11 - 7 pm. Booth Brothers--Southern Gospel music offering encouragement and hope. A Music in the Park Concert. June 16 - History of Pennsylvania National Guard program, Hall of Philosophy, Mt. Gretna 125th Anniversary program. Tentative, please call to confim. June 18 - The Celtic Martins - Celtic music and dance featuring Irish and American fiddle tunes, along with Irish step dance routines. A Music in the Park Concert.

May 20 - 125th Anniversary Sweet Treat, unveiling of a new ice cream treat by the Jigger Shop at Hall of Philosophy in Mt. Gretna. Reservations Required @ info@

June 24 - 10 am to 5 pm . Traditional Cherry Fair and Early American Craft Show held at Alexander Schaeffer Farm, 213 S. Carpenter St., Schaefferstown. Farming demonstrations, a family day for all, cherries and food. Pets are not included.

May 20 - 21 - 28th Annual Union Canal Days. At Union Canal Tunnel Park, Lebanon.

June 25 - The Collingsworth Familyan evening of family worship and praise music. A Music in the Park Concert.

May 26 - 27 Steitz City Players presents Into the Woods. Coleman Park Veteran’s Memorial Amphitheater- 6:00 pm There is No Admission Charge Donations encouraged and accepted! May 27 - 4pm - 7 pm. Mt. Gretna Arts Council Summer Premiere & Art Auction; refreshments, art auction and announcement of summer events at the Hall of Philosophy.


June 4 - 7 pm. Perseverance Band


July 2 - 7 pm. Summit Hill Bluegrass - an evening of bluegrass, gospel and other music. A Music in the Park. July 4 - 5 pm. 4th of July Celebration and Fireworks Display. A patriotic band concert by the Lebanon Community Concert Band. Held in Coleman Memorial Park. July 7 - Paintings by Adam Tice and Photographs by Scott Church. Exhibit ends July 29. Lebanon Picture Frame and


Fine Art Gallery, 847 Cumberland Street, Lebanon. July 8 - 9 am to 3 pm Lebanon Historic Preservation Trust’s Annual Garden Tour. Mt. Gretna Area. July 8 - Pittsburgh’s River City Brass Band. For Mt. Gretna’s 125th birthday, revisit the dawn of American pop music. Gretna Music Summer Concerts at the Mt. Gretna Playhouse. 7:30 July 9 -Jazz Worship Service. Reverend John Overman officiating. July 9 - 7 pm. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers - a core group of vocalists from The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, performing the music of the Choir. A Music in the Park Concert. July 16 - Raleigh Ringers, 2:30pm. The preeminent handbell choir returns! Gretna Music Summer Concerts at the Mt. Gretna Playhouse. July 16 - 7 pm. Keystone Capital ChorusEnjoy barbershop music performed by members of the Harrisburg chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. A Music in the Park Concert. July 19 - 30 - Shrek the Musical, Lebanon Community Theatre, E. Maple St., Lebanon. July 22 - 24 - Lebanon Area Fair. 80 Rocherty Road, Lebanon. lebanonareafair. com July 23 - 7 pm. Triumphant Quartet---an evening of Gospel Music. A Music in the Park Concert. July 29 - 11:00 am -Vintage Baseball game in old time uniforms. Bring a lawn chair, admission free, at Soldiers Field Mt Gretna email for details July 30 - 7 pm. The Isaacs---A family group influenced by bluegrass, rhythm and blues, folk, country, contemporary, acoustic and southern gospel music. A


Music in the Park Concert.

AUGUST August 4 - Collage Artist Katherine Horst. Exhibit ends August 26th. Lebanon Picture Frame and Fine Art Gallery, 847 Cumberland Street, Lebanon. August 5 - 10 am to 5pm. Tour of Homes - Mt Gretna Pa - Advance tickets are available online or by calling Gretna Music at 717-361-1508 August 6 - 7 pm. New Holland Band-group maintains the highest quality band literature including classical, show tunes, jazz, sacred, holiday and patriotic tunes. A Music in the Park Concert. August 12 - 36th Annual Central PA Jazz Festival in partnership with Central PA Friends of Jazz.Gretna Music Summer Concerts at the Mt. Gretna Playhouse. 7:30 August 13 - The Taylors---brother and sister trio performing Southern Gospel music. A Music in the Park Concert. August 19 - 20 - The Annual Mt. Gretna Outdoor Art Show, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Saturday and 9:00 am to 5:00pm on Sunday. August 20 - Classic Car/Motorcycle Show. 20th annual car show includes the Motorcycle Show. Held on Cumberland Street between 4th Street and 9th Street. Rain date August 27. August 20 - 7 pm. Servant Stage Company. An old-time gospel radio hour. A hand-clapping,foot-stomping program of fiddles, banjos and harmonies combining beloved hymns and gospel music with old-time radio comedy. A Music in the Park Concert. August 27 - 7 pm. Gold City---Alabama singers performing four-part harmonies and singing songs that are meaningful, entertaining, inspiring and uplifting. A Music in the Park Concert.

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Lebanon Community Theatre, E. Maple St., Lebanon.

September 1 - 9th Annual 12” and Under Small Works Group Show. Exhibit ends September 30th. Lebanon Picture Frame and Fine Art Gallery, 847 Cumberland Street, Lebanon.

OCTOBER October 1 - 8 - The Addams Family, Lebanon Community Theatre, E. Maple St., Lebanon.

September 3 - Paul Jacobs, The only organist ever to have won a Grammy. Gretna Music Summer Concerts at the Mt. Gretna Playhouse. 7:30

October 6 - Exhibit of paintings by Cecily Joyce and Jim Rudegeair. Exhibit ends October 28 - Lebanon Picture Frame and Fine Art Gallery, 847 Cumberland St., Lebanon.

September 16 - 17 - Fall Harvest Fairmaking cider, apple butter, PA German food, crafts from 1800’s, farm events, sawmill. Alexander Schaeffer Farm, 213 S. Carpenter St., Schaefferstown. Saturday 10 am to 5 pm. Sunday 11:30 am to 4:30 pm.

October 7 - 8 am to 4 pm. Witches of Bethel Antique and Artisan Tent Sale. Miss Morgan’s Milkweed Antiques, Bethel.

September 23 - 1 to 7 pm. 8th Street Music and Brew Fest. On S. 8th Street between Cumberland and Chestnuts

October 14 - 2 to 5 pm. 125th Mt. Gretna Anniversary Beer Fest, featuring special 125th brew, Mt. Gretna Fire Hall.

September 28 - 30 - The Addams Family,



7 Summer Concert Series Sunday, July 2

Sunday, June 4

Sunday, June 18

The Celtic Martins



Sunday, July 9

Sunday, June 11

Booth Brothers

Sunday, August 6

Summit Hill Bluegrass

Perseverance Band

Sunday, June 25

The Collingsworth Family

The Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers Sunday, July 16

Keystone Capital Chorus Sunday, July 23

Triumphant Quartet Sunday, July 30

New Holland Band



Sunday, August 13

The Taylors

Sunday, August 20

Servant Stage Company Sunday, August 27

Gold City

The Isaacs

Coleman Park Veteran’s Memorial Amphitheatre

All Concerts Begin at 7:00 PM North side of Lebanon on Route 72 - No Rain Location

NOVEMBER November 3 - Exhibit of paintings by Robert Heilman and Jean Zaun. Exhibit ends November 25. Lebanon Picture Frame and Fine Art Gallery, 847 Cumberland, St., Lebanon. November 4 - 5 - The Nineteenth Annual Lebanon Valley Art Studio Tour, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday and 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm Sunday; take our self-guided driving tour To artist homes and studios across the Lebanon Valley; November 10 - 12 - Annual Exhibition of Quilts by the Lebanon Quilters Guild held at the Lebanon Expo Center. Friday 10 am to 6 pm. Sat-Sun 10 am to 4 pm. November 17 - 6 pm Lebanon Holiday Tree Lighting. At the corner of 9th and Cumberland Streets. Santa arrives. November 18 - 10 am. Lebanon Holiday Parade. Starts at Lincoln Avenue and travels west on Cumberland Street to Ninth Street.


November 30 - Scrooge the Musical, Lebanon Community Theatre, E. Maple St., Lebanon.


December 1-10 - Scrooge the Musical, Lebanon Community Theatre, E. Maple St., Lebanon. December 1 & December 8 - Holiday Carriage Rides Through Lebanon. Arrive between 5 & 7:30 pm. Starting at the Lebanon Farmers Market, 35 S. 8th Street, Lebanon. December 2 - 9 am to 4 pm Annual Lebanon Christkindl Market--Lebanon’s version of an authentic Christmas Market. December 2 - 10 am to 4 pm. Annual Christmas at Cornwall House Tour-tour homes around the Lebanon Valley decorated for the holidays.


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