Please visit our new Winter Farmers Market at Lebanon Senior Center Saturdays - Dec 16 and Jan 20 from 9 am to noon. Click here for information.
Town offices and departments wil be closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 in observance of Thanksgiving.
Ring in the Holiday Season by attending the Annual Tree Lighting Program on Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 6:00 P.M. at the Jonathan Trumbull Library in Lebanon. The brief program will include the lighting of the tree, Yuletide Carols, and a visit from Santa. Following the program visitors may take a stroll around the Green on the candlelit walking path, visit the historic homes which will be open for tours and enjoy the bonfire behind the Library. Join us with your family and friends and welcome in the Holidays with this fun family event!
As all of us know, the Town of Lebanon experienced a significant power outage because of the storm that came through our area on October 29, 2017. Lebanon had 58% of Eversource customers out of power with restoration efforts not occurring in full until Tuesday night, 40 hours after outages occurred. This is certainly not acceptable. We continue to work with Eversource and hope that the input of the Town and the residents will improve future storm responses.
Now on to activities about town.
The annual lighting of the Christmas tree is schedule for Sunday December 3 in front of the library at 6:00 pm. This program will include the lighting of the tree, Christmas carols and a visit from Santa. Add in a bonfire and a stroll around the Green with the path being illuminated by the candles placed by the Scout Troop. Several historical properties will be open as well as the Historical Society Museum. Spend some time with your neighbors and friends starting the holiday season and possibly a new holiday tradition.
New this year, the Farmers Markets is starting a “winter market” at the Lebanon Senior Center on Saturday, December 16 and January 20 from 9:00 am to noon at 37R West Town Street.
December is the month when we celebrate the holiday season and remember those less fortunate. Our local Lions Club uses funds raised to purchase winter coats and Neighbors Helping Neighbors assists local families with donations from their pantry.
Lebanon Social Services is in need of donations of new Christmas stockings and stocking stuffers for children of local families. Gift card donations are also appreciated. Items may be dropped off at Town Hall.
On behalf of Glen and John, we wish all of you a happy holiday season.