Fall dirt road maintenance will begin in October. DPW employees will be blowing leaf debris away from dirt road ditchlines. Please do not blow or sweep any leaves that have collected on your property back onto the road. Remove or bag leaves and dispose of properly.
Eversource along with Asplundh Tree contractors will be working in various parts of town for the next several months on several utility enhancement projects including tree trimming and some tree removal. The areas of town with the most activity include sections of; Exeter Rd, Trumbull Hwy, Goshen Hill Rd, Bender Rd, Gates Rd, Jordan Ln, Old Route 89 and Rafferty Rd. Residents please be careful when passing through Work Zones and if residents plan on picking any wood left behind please be mindful of your safety while doing so.
At the Lebanon Farmers' Market, more than a dozen local farmers offer fresh local vegetables, fruits, herbs, cheese, eggs, honey, maple syrup, soap, flora and fauna, and more - every Saturday! Come feed the goats, learn from a master gardener, and sample fresh local produce, ice tea and lemonade. The market is WIC-Certified and supported by the Connecticut Department of Agriculture.
Hours: Saturdays 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., June - October
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The Memorial Day parade is always scheduled for the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. Lebanon veterans are honored during festivities which include floats, marching bands from local schools and civic organizations, culminating in the announcement and presentation of the Lebanon Citizen of the Year award.
The Summer Dancefest Committee is a direct result of the huge success of the town's tercentenary celebration in2000. With a desire to make this an annual event, a committee was established to continue with an annual July celebration. In its 8th year, this event is sponsored by local businesses and supported by the townspeople of Lebanon. Under a huge tent and picnic like atmosphere on the historic Lebanon Green, it is celebrated with music by local musicians, children's activities, refreshments by our local fire department and culminates with a huge fireworks display.
Since 1960, The Lebanon Lions Club has operated the Lebanon Country Fair. Started on the Lebanon Green, the fair moved to its current location at the Lebanon Lions Fair Grounds in 1970. The fair takes place the weekend of the second Sunday in August of every year. The fair features commercial vendors as well as fund raising booths for local organizations. Many local groups use the fair as their main fundraising activity throughout the year. Tractor pulls, monster trucks, rides, fair food, displays, crafts, and the Miss Lebanon pageant are bound to impress and amuse. Parking is available at the fairgrounds with additional parking and shuttle service to the fair from Lyman Memorial High School.
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Sponsored by the historical society, the antiques fair takes place annually on the last Saturday in September. Over 100 vendors converge on the Green to display their wares. From antique glass and china to larger furniture, tools, textiles and knick knacks, there's something for every antiques aficionado. In addition, burgers, grinders, sodas, and the ever popular clam (and sometimes corn!) chowder are for sale.
The holiday season begins with the tree lighting in front of the library featuring carols, bell ringers, a cozy bonfire behind the library, open houses in historical buildings around the Green, a visit from Santa courtesy of the Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department, and a stroll along the candle lit path surrounding the Green. This event is held on the first Sunday in December.