Move Hollywood and Broadway to Lebanon, Pennsylvania Day
Move Hollywood and Broadway to Lebanon, Pennsylvania Day is observed next on Wednesday, February 5th, 2025 (344 days from today).
Move Hollywood and Broadway to Lebanon, Pennsylvania Day’s history
Thomas and Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays, who created today's holiday and reside in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, said of the day:
“We have plenty of room, friendly people and Amish farms. The former office of the David Letterman Show, Lebanon is a great and safe haven for both residents and tourists to enjoy the Wertz family's world-famous homemade bologna and candies.”
Lebanon, belongs to Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, is located in the central part of the Lebanon Valley, within 30 miles of the cities of Harrisburg and Reading. Named for the country of Lebanon, European settlers first arrived at its location in 1720. After its foundation in 1740 by George Steitz, it was called Steitztown. On November 25, 1885, it was incorporated as a city.
As of 2010, Lebanon had aproximately 25,000 population. It has been considered as one of the least stressful cities in the country by Sperling's BestPchain. It is home to several parks, including Coleman Memorial Park and Stoever Dam Park. The latter is 163 acres and includes a dam for fishing, wildlife habitat, camping areas, community, theater, and trails for hiking and biking. Moreover, it also has many playgrounds, walking paths, tennis courts, a community swimming pool, the Lebanese Farmers Market, and the Lebanese Campus of Harrisburg Regional Community College.
Lebanon is home to Wertz Candies and Seltzer's Lebanon Bologna, both of whom have appeared on the TV show Dirty Jobs. Lebanese bologna was created in the city, and today is made in places like Seltzer and Godshall's Quality Meats. Every year, at midnight on New Year's Eve in Lebanon, a 150-pound Lebanese bologna that was suspended from a fire agency ladder truck crashed. Donated by Godshall's, it was donated to a local rescue mission after it crashed. With a city with such exciting events, who doesn't think moving Hollywood and Broadway there would be a good idea?
What to do for Move Hollywood and Broadway to Lebanon, Pennsylvania Day?
- Write letters about your favorite Hollywood or Broadway stars and ask them to move to Lebanon, Pennsylvania.
- Visit Lebanon, Pennsylvania. You can make a stop at Coleman Memorial Park or Stoever Dam Park, stop at the Lebanese Farmers Market, or visit a historic building like the Chestnut Street Log House or the Josiah Funck Mansion.
- Eat some Lebanese bologna from Lebanon Seltzer's Bologna or Godshall's Quality Meat, or eat some Wertz Candy.
- Watch Lebanese, PA movies.
ObservedMove Hollywood and Broadway to Lebanon, Pennsylvania Day has been observed annually on February 5th.
Sunday, February 5th, 2023
Monday, February 5th, 2024
Wednesday, February 5th, 2025
Thursday, February 5th, 2026
Friday, February 5th, 2027