Save the Date for Historic Lebanon’s 2nd annual Farm to Table Dinner. Scheduled for Sunday, October 1, 2017, the setting is at Wedge Oak Farm, Lebanon, TN with Chef Trey Cioccia, of The Farmhouse Restaurant & Bar in Nashville. We are still working on the details but plan to follow
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT! THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Historic Lebanon, a local non-profit, announces its annual “Friends of Historic Lebanon” Dinner on Thursday, May 11, 6:30pm at Venue 142 in the Historic Arcade Building, 142 Public Square, Lebanon, Tennessee. In celebration of its ten year anniversary, Historic Lebanon invites
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd announce Lebanon, TN as a recipient of a Commercial Façade Improvement Grant. The grant will be administered by Historic Lebanon and will benefit the Lebanon Historic Commercial District as recognized on the National Register of Historic Places. Commercial
Buying a Historic Lebanon Banner Sponsorship is not only a great way to market your business, it also supports our mission and programs. As a 501©(3) non-profit, Historic Lebanon relies on community support to fund our programs. Your purchase of a banner sponsorship will help us succeed in our mission
Dear Friend, As a 501©(3) non-profit, Historic Lebanon relies on donations to fund our programs. Your end-of-year gift will help us succeed with our mission of revitalizing the Historic Public Square and surrounding neighborhoods. Historic Lebanon is a nationally accredited member of the Tennessee Main Street program and we will
Historic Lebanon announces the 9th Annual Historic Places Tour December 3, 2016; 5:00-8:30pm. This year’s tour will celebrate Cumberland University’s 175th year and its importance to the city of Lebanon and the development of its neighborhoods. Tour tickets are $8 advance and will be available at the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber
A printed copy of this information is available in kiosks on the Public Square and at City Hall. To download a version of this map click here.
Public and Private investment into the Lebanon Main Street program area reached $2,796,500 in 2015. The local Main Street program area centers on the Public Square and extends out several blocks in all directions and is directed by Historic Lebanon. The non-profit benefited from the help of over 650 volunteer