2022 Downtown Historical Walk brochure

Wells Fargo building in Lebanon Oregon

We had 110 people on our Downtown Historical Walk on December 3. Yowza! In case you didn’t get a brochure at the walk or missed the walk but want the information, here it is! You can scroll through the brochure here or download the PDF by clicking the Download icon at the top of the…

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The lights are on!

Lights on the Old Mill Trail

The Old Mill Trail is lit UP. That is all. Lights on the Old Mill Trail Lights and bench the Old Mill Trail Recognition Plaza on the Old Mill Trail Lights on the Old Mill Trail Lighting up the kiosk on the Old Mill Trail Photos by Scott Grasley

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You’re invited to the Three Bridges ribbon cutting!

First Cheadle Lake bridge being placed

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020, 11:00 am Cheadle Lake North Shore parking lot (off River Road) You’re invited to to the official celebration of the recent opening of the bridges located near the Cheadle Lake north parking lot. This event allows us to recognize the generous donations of those who were instrumental in the procurement and…

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Become a BLT Elite Volunteer in 2020!

August 2019 Bug Crawl event

Have you noticed? Build Lebanon Trails is generating a lot of traction lately, and we’re looking for a few people to join our new elite volunteer program. Here are the details of what’s involved. We hope you’ll consider becoming part of the BLT family!

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Ruff, Baa, and costumes

2019 bat sheep

Our October event, “Paws on the Pavement and Kids Costume Walk,” was a mouthful to say but it turned out to be a good pairing! Dogs and kids in a dress rehearsal for trick or treating. And let’s not forget about the “bat” sheep! The weather was kind and the dogs barked their approval at…

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The bugs showed up for their event!

Have you ever heard of a velvet ant, also known as a “cow killer”? Have you ever seen a spider wasp? Did you know that all of our native Oregon bees are annuals? Only honeybees, who were not native originally, live for more than one year. Did you know that small holes in tree trunks…

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