Summer time is the best time to get outside with your family, enjoy the sunshine and all that the Lebanon Valley has to offer.
With Earth Day upon us, The Lebanon Valley Conservancy would like to highlight businesses and organizations doing great work to be stewards to our planet.
We’ll take you from breakfast to lunch (including snacks in between) with this yummy list.
During the winter months we invite you to indulge, relax and be awe-inspired!
Unique traditions are honored in the Lebanon Valley on New Year’s Eve.
Now that all the community trees have been lit and people have their houses decorated, take your family for a drive through your town to look at the decorations.
Do you have a favorite holiday cookie or candy? There are many traditional holiday treats in the Lebanon Valley.
Christkindlmarkt literally translates to Baby Jesus Market. It is a street market associated with the celebration of Christmas, held during the four weeks of Advent.
Celebrate National Take a Hike Day November 17th in the Lebanon Valley. Get outdoors for some fresh air, beautiful scenery and exercise.
Visit the Lebanon County Historical Society’s display celebrating the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.
Perhaps the best known are the stories involving the infamous Blue-eyed Six; said to haunt Lebanon Farmers Market.
There are a number of places to see brilliant fall colors in the Lebanon Valley.
Fall is here and that means apple season in the Lebanon Valley. Visit your local orchard to pick your own.
Stop at a pick your own pumpkin patch and stroll through rows of pumpkins to find the perfect one.
Set inside a beautifully restored 19th century barn, this gallery is a great stop for specialty, one of a kind gifts.
When you enter the shop, you are greeted by the great aroma of flavored coffees, tasty treats and the sound of happy voices.
As we waited for our table, we were surrounded by people talking and laughing; enjoying the great atmosphere.
Breweries have a long history in Lebanon County with evidence of the first beer brewing in 1759…
Lebanon Valley’s own Fort Indiantown Gap is home to the last remaining colony of Regals in the U.S.
This family business, with its pet loving staff, makes you feel welcome as soon as you walk in the door.
Would you think there is a restaurant offering fine cuisine and award-winning crab cakes located at a small intersection in the Lebanon Valley?
The first food truck that I heard people highlight is called Makin’ Whoopie Pies. This brand-new food truck kicked off its first event at the fair!
In the summer I like to visit Middle Creek early in the morning when the birds are more active. My first stop is the impoundment or lake to check for bald eagles.
Did you know that Lebanon Valley has a farm to table creamery? Patches Family Creamery is one place you’ll want to check out this summer.
It’s no secret that Lebanon Valley has an authentic variety of food to offer. Before I went to college, I thought that everyone knew what Opera Fudge and Lebanon Bologna were.
Summer has just arrived in the Lebanon Valley, which means it’s time to finally enjoy all the outdoor activities and beauty our county has to offer.
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