Lebanon Downtown Historical Walk 2021

Saturday, December 4, 2021

2:00pm - 3:30pm

Cost: Free
This very popular walk presents a glimpse into Lebanon’s past as we visit several of the interesting historical buildings in the downtown area of Lebanon.
The tour is a collaboration between Build Lebanon Trails, Lebanon Downtown Association, and the Lebanon Museum. This year’s tour leader is Alysia Rodgers, Economic Development Catalyst for the City of Lebanon.
Among the tour highlights for this year:
  • The Lebanon Creamery, which produced more than 27,000 pounds of its Strawberry Brand butter per month by July of 1913.
  • The Everett-Groves House, a foursquare house built in 1913 and said to have been built from a Sear-Roebuck kit.
  • The interiors of the Masonic Hall, located in Lebanon’s first brick building
  • The newly renovated Courtney Building.

The walk concludes at the MBVA Building with coffee and treats provided.

After the event, walk back to Ralston Park to enjoy the tree lighting festivities at the park.

2019-12 BLT historical walkJeff Smith

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Special notes

We’ll leave promptly at 2 pm, but sign up early at our booth in Ralston Park to use one of our whisper listening devices so you don’t miss any of the walk leader’s great lecture.

Parking downtown may take more time than usual because of the other festivities in the park.

Restrooms are available at the park.

Dogs on leash are welcome but may not be allowed to go inside structures.

Where to meet

Meet at the BLT booth near the gazebo in Ralston Park.