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Historic Downtown Lebanon

Lebanon Brewhaha

Craft Beer Tasting and Festival

When: Saturday April 29, 2017

Where: Warren County Fairgrounds

The Lebanon BrewHAHa is a craft beer tasting and festival. Beer. Music. Fun. Food Trucks, served with a side of FUN! MUSIC & FOOD!

Break out the lederhosen and dust off the beer steins, don your own Frau or Herr costume to add to the atmosphere of the Lebanon BrewHAHa!
Whether you describe beer as having a burnt, licorice, sweet flavor with a nutty finish, or you don’t know ale from pilsner. This event can educate and expand your beer knowledge and taste palate. Beer is a unifier of people, a great equalizer and on this day, an excellent reason to get out of the house and join us for a great time! From the beer aficionado to the beer novice, JOIN US for a GREAT TIME! There will be beer (of course), food, music, and more!
*The Lebanon BrewHAHa is a benefit fundraiser for the Lebanon Symphony Orchestra, Chorus and Youth Orchestra developed by LSO Board Members and Community leaders to assist in expanding concert programing, offer scholarships to graduating high school seniors, develop educational outreach programing, and produce a summer string workshops for the young musician.

American's Defense of Freedom

Hand drawn sketches, stories and memorabilia from WWI and WWII

When: April 7 - September 2, 2017

Where: Harmon Museum (formerly the Warren County History Center)

"America’s Defense of Freedom” opens at the Harmon Museum (formerly the Warren County History Center) on April 7, 2017 featuring hand drawn sketches, stories and memorabilia from WWI and WWII. The exhibit runs through September 2, 2017.

 A high light of the exhibit is a collection of 22 hand drawn scenes by artist/engineer Lt.  Benjamin “Stookie” Allen depicting the daring and dangerous work of the 1106 Combat Group, VII Corp during the Allied Forces invasion of Europe in WWII. Lt. Allen was assigned to the 1106th from June of 1944 until the end of fighting in 1945. The drawings show scenes of the 1106th’s work in France, Germany and Belgium and are on loan from collector Jeff Prater.

 Also included in the exhibit are uniforms, mess kits, gas masks and other equipment from WWI & WWII.  The exhibit is open Tuesday through Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm and Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm. Admission is adults $7, seniors 65 and older $6 and students under 18 $4.


Chocolate Walk

An Evening All About Chocolate

When: Saturday April 1, 2017

Where: Downtown Lebanon

Ticket holders will visit approximately 20 Chocolate Stops at a variety of shops and eateries around downtown Lebanon. 

Each Chocolate Stop provides a unique chocolate treat.  Some treats can be enjoyed on the spot and others will be placed in your bag to enjoy later. 

The evening ends with a Chocolate and Wine Reception, sponsored by Lebanon Ford.  You will enjoy live music and a Chocolate Fountain and a Wine cash bar. 

Don’t miss this memorable, chocolatey evening while supporting our treasured downtown Lebanon.

$20.00 per person.  ONLY 200 ticket will be sold. Purchase online by clicking on the link below or purchase in person at the The Village Parlor (located at 22 S. Broadway Street)

All the proceeds from a Chocolate Walk will benefit Main Street Lebanon. For more information call 513-228-2322 or visit

Event starts at 6:00 - 10:00p.m.