Gems, classic cars, and lots of art can be seen around the Lebanon Valley this weekend.

Friday 8/16

Summertime at The Beach Concert at Hill Farm Estate – Join Lee Moyer, “Marty’s One Man Orchestra,” for a concert and sing-along at Hill Farm Estate in Annville, the show starts at 6:30.

Gem Miner’s Jubilee Gem and Bead Show at Lebanon Expo Center – Taking up three days and featuring over 70 vendors check out this show which features gems, beads, jewelry, fossils, crafts and more. $6 admission.

Godspell at Coleman Park – The Steitz City players will be putting on their summer production of Godspell. Shows are August 16 and 17 and the show will begin at 6:30 both nights. Doors open at 5:30.

Read More: Steitz City Players bring “Godspell” to Coleman Memorial Park

Saturday 8/17

Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show – This annual event draws big crowds from all over, and this year will be no different. The show runs both Saturday and Sunday. Check out information about road closures and traffic here.

Read More: Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show runs August 17 & 18, new parking & drink options

Burt Bacharach Songbook Show at The Tabernacle – Hear the music of legendary composer Burt Bacharach. The concert features Rachel Hendrickson, Nerissa Wolfson, and Kendyll Young as well as a seven-piece orchestra. The show begins at 7:30pm and admission is pay-what-you-want.

Cedar Nation 5k – Take part in a 5k run to help raise money for the Lebanon Cross Country program. The run will get started at 9am at Lebanon High School.

Sunday 8/18

Great American Classic Car & Motorcycle Show – Classic cars and motorcycles will take over Cumberland Street between 4th and 9th streets for this annual event hosted by the Community of Lebanon Association. The show runs from 12-4pm.

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