Sunday Programs

The Lebanon County Historical Society sponsors lecture and exhibit programs.  All programs are held in the Reese Memorial Hall at 1:30 PM, unless noted otherwise.  Programs are open to the public and most programs are free. Prospective members are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments are served, and the Gift Shop will be open for your convenience.

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Upcoming Programs 2017

February 19 – Cooper Wingert, author – Slavery and the Underground Railroad

March 19 – Jeff Allison – tapping maple syrup

April – no program

May 21 – no program / Union Canal Days – May 20th (10:00 am – 6:00 pm) and 21st (11:00 am – 5:00 pm)

June 25 – Henry Deemer/Sue Dieffenbach present “Mrs. Buckingham”

July 16 – Jim Polczynski – Transitions from Grubbs to Colemans

Cancelled but rescheduled – August 20 – Mary Weigley, author – History of the Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry – Rescheduled for March 18, 2018

September 17 – Gene Barr, author – A Civil War Captain and His Lady

October 15 – Martha Brunner – Raising sheep, shearing, spinning, natural dyeing and weaving

October 27 – A Haunting at the Historical Society:  Join us for an evening of tales from the Haunted Lebanon Valley ~ 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM   Dramatic readings of local folklore and ghost stories presented by local actors throughout the museum ~ Tricks and Treats for young and old! ~ $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children

November 19 – Chris Brenneman, author – Gettysburg Cyclorama

December 17 – Greg Huber, author – Historic Barns of Southeastern Pennsylvania