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Tree Lighting

Tree Lighting

Holiday Tree Lighting

Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 4:00 PM

The “Island” Parklette (DeForest and Walsh Roads)

Welcome the Holiday Season to the Manor with the annual tree lighting, featuring a special guest appearance by Santa Claus. Enjoy hot chocolate and cider, coffee, and assorted holiday treats.

For additional information or to donate baked goods to the tree lighting, please use the contact link.

(While the tree lights will be turned on rain or shine, Santa will not be able to visit, nor refreshments be served in the case of foul weather)

Lansdowne Facebook Pages

Lansdowne Facebook Pages

Community Pages

Page Name/Link Description
Buy Nothing Lansdowne Buy Nothing. Give Freely. Share creatively. We offer members a way to give and receive, share, lend, and express gratitude through a worldwide network of hyper-local gift economies in which the true wealth is the web of connections formed between people who are real-life neighbors. Post anything you’d like to give away, lend, or share in this Buy Nothing community group. Ask for anything you’d like to receive for free or borrow.
My Hometown Is Lansdowne PA Lansdowne is a small town but full of many memories. This group is for anyone who grew up in Lansdowne or still calls it home.

Organizations

Page Name/Link Description
Save the Lansdowne Theater
The Historic Lansdowne Theater Corporation was created to purchase, restore and reopen the historic 1927 Lansdowne Theater.
Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) The mission of the LEDC is to support, encourage, and promote sustainable economic growth in the Borough of Lansdowne through focused community and economic development activities.
Lansdowne Business & Professional Association Lansdowne Business & Professional Association is the organization of professional and business owners in the Borough of Lansdowne.

 

Lansdowne Fourth of July Parade

Lansdowne Fourth of July Parade

Please join your Gladstone neighbors as we represent the Greater Gladstone Civic Association (GGCA) in the Lansdowne July 4th parade. The GGCA formed in 1927 and is the only remaining active neighborhood civic association in the Borough. Let’s do the neighborhood proud with a strong showing.

Plan to arrive at 8:30a.m. on Wednesday July 4th at on E. Greenwood Avenue between Hyland and Wycombe Avenues. Look for the GGCA banner.