The Salvation Army of Lebanon will host a pancake breakfast and Easter egg hunt in Lebanon on Saturday, April 8.
On Saturday, April 1, the Cedar Crest High School swim program will host a Food Truck Fundraiser to raise money for the team.
The Swatara Watershed Association will host its 33rd annual Swatara Sojourn on May 6, an all-day group outing consisting of paddling, education, and litter cleanup along the way.
The 23rd annual Anne Fund Sports Memorabilia Auction, which raises money to provide relief to cancer patients, will be held on Saturday, April 1, at Hebron Catering Hall in Lebanon.
The Advance Care Planning Coalition is hosting virtual death cafés each month to help educate people across Lebanon County about end-of-life issues and preparing for that period.
Cornwall Iron Furnace will host a free lecture on Tuesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. that’s ‘all about slag.’
The Festival Choir of Lebanon’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will perform at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Marietta, PA, on Sunday, March 19.
The annual Pennsylvania German Zammelaaf will be held Saturday, March 18, at Midway Diner in Bethel.
Star Wars fans will have an opportunity to view the original Star Wars on the big screens as well as other activities at the Allen Theatre Annville and raise funds for the Four Diamonds March 24 and 25.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission has released its schedule for trout stocking ahead of the state’s April 1 opening day.
The Union Hose Social Club, at 31 North Railroad St. in Annville, will host its fourth annual cornhole tournament on April 1.
Gourd aficionados, take note – the Pennsylvania Gourd Society is visiting the Lebanon Valley to hold an annual celebration of all things gourd at the 2023 Pennsylvania Gourd Festival.
Learn all about the regal fritillary butterfly and its habitat at Fort Indiantown Gap during Quittapahilla Audubon Society’s first event of the year.
The traditional Pennsylvania Dutch winter weather forecast returns Thursday, Feb. 2, to Myerstown Recreation Park at 8 a.m.
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area celebrates 50 years of being open to the public this year, and it has a full slate of activities and challenges lined up to involve the public in the occasion.