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Popular festivals and events in Lebanon each year sorted by month. Dates change annually, so contact local Convention and Visitor's Bureau for more detailed information (800-791-4FUN).
Lebanon Aniques Show
Seasoned collectors can find a special piece to add to their collection and browsers can discover new interests when antique and arts dealers from across the country exhibit their treasures.
Lebanon Quilt and Fabric Arts Show and Sale
Vendors from six states offer new and antique quilts, quilting supplies, new and vintage fabrics, and crafts related to quilt making and knitting.
Warren County Festival of the Arts
See paintings, crafts, and other artwork from local and regional artisans, hear some great music, and get a bite to eat at one of many downtown eateries.
Lebanon Garden Tour
Enjoy walking through five lovely gardens in the Lebanon area and get planting secrets from veteran gardeners.
Warren County Fair
Lebanon Blues Festival
This true hometown festival experience features an impressive band lineup, a car show with 150 classic automobiles, a beer garden, tons of food, and much more.
Country Apple Fest
Enjoy this celebration of the fall harvest featuring a farmer's market, craft and food vendors, children's entertainment, and live music. Fun for the entire family!
Lebanon Antiques Show
This show, known for its high quality, has always been a favorite with serious antique collectors searching for that special item. It's also a fun and entertaining place to spend a weekend for those only casually interested in antiques. The show features jewelry, silver, advertising, pottery, pattern and cut glass, civil war memorabilia, paintings, and lots more. The dealers will be happy to talk with you about their merchandise
Historic Lebanon Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade & Christmas Festival
Historic buildings provide the perfect backdrop for this ever-popular and growing festival, which was featured on Martha Stewart. More than 100 horse-drawn carriages parade through the streets, pulled by miniature horses, majestic Clydesdales, and all horse breeds in between.