Lebanon Horse Drawn Carriage Parade and Christmas Festival

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Where We’re Located
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LEBANON
Mulberry Street
Lebanon, OH 45036

Dates and Times
Lebanon Horse Drawn Carriage Parade and Christmas Festival
Historic Downtown Lebanon Sat, Dec 07, 2019
10:00 am to 8:00 pm

 

 

More than 100 horse-drawn carriages, street fair, shops, eateries and entertainment.
Known as the Lebanon Horse Parade, the Lebanon Horse Drawn Carriage Parade & Christmas Festival in Lebanon, Ohio is hosted by The Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce. The Lebanon Horse Drawn Carriage Parade & Christmas Festival is always held on the first Saturday in December. There will be two horse-drawn carriage parades: a daylight parade at 1 pm and the traditional candlelight parade at 7 pm. Festivities continue to grow, and are sure to include: gift and food vendors stationed along E. Mulberry Street, Christmas carolers, traveling bell choir, storytelling, Paso Fino Horse Demonstrations, musical entertainment, train ride to the North Pole on the North Pole Express visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus, street characters, and extended business hours for our 80-plus antique and specialty stores. This is a free family event!

https://www.facebook.com/lebanoncarriageparade/

September 29, 2012 30th annual Country Applefest – Lebanon, Ohio

September 26, 2013 at 11:23 AM | Posted in Festivals | Leave a comment
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September 29, 2012 30th annual Country ApplefestLebanon, Ohio
The streets of historic downtown Lebanon will be filled with homemade crafts, great food and entertainment. Enter the apple bake off contest.

 
Historic downtown Lebanon Apple Fest
Lebanon, Ohio

31st Annual Country Applefest

September 28th, 2013 – 10am to 7 pm

FREE Admission, One day only, Rain or Shine.

 

Free shuttle

from 10:00am – 7:30pm!
Park at Sweeney Chrysler Dodge Jeep
518 W. Main St (St. Rt. 63) and be shuttled to the festival area.

 

The streets of downtown Lebanon will be filled with homemade crafts, great food, and entertainment.

We hope to see you there!

 

http://www.countryapplefest.com/

Pumpkin Patch Express – 2011

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Join the Lebanon Mason Monroe (LM&M) Railroad on a train ride through Warren County in Southwestern, Ohio to Schappacher Farm in Mason, Ohio. Walk through a real working farm, pet the animals, find your way through a corn maze, and select a pie pumpkin for your very own! Homemade snacks are for sale (Cash Only) at the Schappacher Farm Barn.

The Schappacher Farm is open to the public at various times throughout the week and weekend. They offer Hay Rides (not recommended during train ride due to time constraints) and Pumpkin Patches that guests can walk through. Larger pumpkins from the patches are available for purchase (cash only) and are allowed to be carried back on the train. Larger pumpkins that cannot be comfortably and safely secured on the train can be held at the Schappacher Farm with arrangements for pick-up. If you would like to contact the Farm with questions or for information, please email at sschappach@aol.com

About the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad

The Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad (LM&M Railroad) operating from Historic Downtown Lebanon offers scenic train rides through Southwestern Ohio in Warren County. These nostalgic train rides present passengers with the opportunity to learn about local history and railroad operations while creating everlasting memories with family and friends. The unique location of the Historic Downtown Lebanon grants visitors the ability to experience the local splendor through shopping and dining in the charming tourist town. More information about the LM&M and it’s history can be found by checking out our history page!

http://www.lebanonrr.com/pumpkin.html

13th Annual Lebanon Blues Festival

August 5, 2011 at 10:21 AM | Posted in Food, grilling, ribs | Leave a comment
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13th Annual
Lebanon Blues Festival
Sponsored by LCNB National Bank
Presented by Lebanon Optimist Club

August 6, 2011

RAIN OR SHINE THE BLUES FESTIVAL WILL BE THIS SATURDAY!!!!!!
The annual Lebanon Blues Festival presented by the Lebanon Optimist Club will take place in historic downtown Lebanon along Broadway & Mulberry Streets. Listen to the sultry sounds of seven blues bands while enjoying your favorite foods. Sit and sip a cool drink in our deluxe beer garden. Gaze at more than150 classic automobiles. Browse the downtown specialty shops for gifts and antique treasures during “Old Fashioned Bargin Days”.  Come out and enjoy the “Blues, BBQ & Bumpers.”  In addition, there will be a 5K Blues Run along the new bike trail.

Bring your lawnchair and umbrella.  If it rains all the downtown merchants are open and ready for you to shop.

In historic downtown Lebanon, Ohio! Enjoy 8 blues bands, your favorite foods, and a deluxe beer garden.  Gaze at over 150 classic cars in the Blues, BBQ, and Bumpers Car Show!

Admission is FREE! Things to Do! (opens separate window)

Festival hours are from 11a.m to 11p.m

Commercial Music provided by Alligator Records

http://www.lebanonbluesfestival.org

National Dish of the Week – Lebanon

July 28, 2011 at 12:38 PM | Posted in baking, Food | 2 Comments
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Lebanese cuisine includes an abundance of starches, fruits, vegetables, fresh fish and seafood; animal fats are consumed sparingly. Poultry is eaten more often than red meat, and when red meat is eaten it is usually lamb on the coast and goat meat in the mountain regions. It also includes copious amounts of garlic and olive oil, often seasoned by lemon juice; olive oil, herbs, garlic and lemon are typical flavours found in the Lebanese diet.

Most often foods are either grilled, baked or sautéed in olive oil; butter or cream is rarely used other than in a few desserts. Vegetables are often eaten raw or pickled as well as cooked. Herbs and spices are used and the freshness of ingredients is important. Like most

Labneh and Hummus, served with pita bread

Mediterranean countries, much of what the Lebanese eat is dictated by the seasons.

In Lebanon, very rarely are drinks served without being accompanied by food. Similar to the tapas of Spain and antipasto of Italy, mezze is an array of small dishes placed before the guests creating an array of colors, flavors, textures and aromas. This style of serving food is less a part of family life than it is of entertaining and cafes. Mezze may be as simple as pickled vegetables or raw vegetables, hummus, baba ghanouj and bread, or it may become an entire meal consisting of grilled marinated seafood, skewered meats, a variety of cooked and raw salads and an arrangement of desserts.

Although simple fresh fruits are often served towards the end of a Lebanese meal, there is also dessert, such as Baklava, and coffee. Although Baklava is the most internationally known dessert, Lebanese sweets have got a lot more to offer.

A typical Mezze will consist of an elaborate variety of thirty hot and cold dishes and may include:

* salads such as the Tabouleh and Fattoush, together with dip such as Hummus, Baba ghanoush or Moutabal, Kebbeh * some patties such as the Sambusacs
* stuffed grape leaves

Family cuisine offers also a range of dishes, such as stews or Yakhnehs, which can be cooked in many forms depending on the ingredients used and are usually served with meat and rice vermicelli.

The Lebanese flat bread is a staple to every Lebanese meal and can be used to replace the usage of the fork.

Arak, an anise-flavored liqueur, is the Lebanese national alcoholic drink and is usually served with the traditional convivial Lebanese meals. Another drink is Lebanese wine.

Lebanese sweets include:

* pastries such as Baklawa
* the Lebanese ice cream with its oriental flavors
* the Lebanese roasted nuts variety and mixes

Some dishes are also specifically prepared on special occasions: the Meghli dessert, for instance is served to celebrate a newborn baby in the family.

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