Shopping in Lebanon

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  • Frey's Greenhouse
    With a sprawling selection of annuals, perennials, shrubs, vegetables, and more, Frey?s Greenhouse has helped gardeners spruce up their yards for more than 40 years. Blooming geraniums ($3.49) and other annuals set up shop year after year, and perennials such as impatiens ($1.49 for a 4-pack) can hardly wait to host summertime garden parties. Visitors may choose from dozens of hanging baskets to adorn decks, porches, and doghouses with brilliant splashes of color ($23.95 for 12?). More than 50 types of veggie plants, including cucumbers ($1.49) and lettuce ($0.99 per seed packet), help salads freshen up, and just-picked rosemary transforms shy pork chops into barbecue celebrities ($2.89). Friendly staff members help shoppers navigate the 25,000-square-foot space, unearthing glazed Malaysian pottery ($19.95) and locating the perfect shovels for pint-size diggers' sandboxes. They?re also happy to provide advice on fertilizer use, pest prevention, and recovery of runaway garden gnomes.
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    1875 Colebrook Rd
    Lebanon, PA US
  • Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
    It's not every day that you get to take your picture with the World's Strongest Viking, and it's even rarer still to fight alongside him in battle. But you can do both at the Philadelphia Renaissance Faire. Icelander Haf??r J?l?us Bj?rnsson?who plays "The Mountain" on HBO's Game of Thrones and who recently was named the World's Strongest Viking?is Philadelphia Renaissance Faire's King Thor. Guests can simply pose alongside the 6-foot, 9-inch, 400-pound strongman or be cast as a viking in Thor's horde and fight alongside him in a battle preserved for eternity on a DVD, if not in a ballad sung by a wandering minstrel. If they're feeling particularly brave, they can opt to workout alongside him before the faire starts in the morning. In addition to giving people the chance to interact with Thor, the Philadelphia Renaissance Faire entertains with period-appropriate entertainment, food, drinks, and fun. Festival highlights include performances by dancers, comedians, clowns, and musicians.
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    2775 Lebanon Road
    Manheim, PA US
  • Toys On The Square
    Toys on the Square?s 8,000-square-foot space and 50 paint-your-own pottery stations accommodate unusually popular birthday boys and girls as they unleash their rabid creativity alongside all their friends. Artistes can start by choosing a piece of pottery from the hundreds of available mugs, vases, plates, and busts of the cast of Who?s the Boss ($7?$20 for the average piece), then lay claim to their favorite color glazes. Toys on the Square injects fresh inspiration into the air with design books, stencils, and stamps, and the tile wall lets painters preview what each finished color looks like. Once Da Vinci devotees have signed their name to their objet d'art with a permanent glaze pencil, the staff will coat it with a layer of clear over-glaze and then fire it in a kiln. All glazes are nontoxic and lead free, ensuring that finished pieces are safe for eating and drinking. Pieces will be ready for pickup or shipping in three weeks.
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    22 E Main St
    Hummelstown, PA US
  • Wilton Armetale
    A web of scrolls, acanthus leaves, and flowers weaves its way around a polished metal serving tray, encircling edibles with an intricately wrought border. This baroque pattern dates back to the 17th century, when Parisian silversmiths created the design for Queen Mary. This motif has since been revived by sculptor Stan Baskett, one of Wilton Armetale Factory Store's cadre of skilled designers. Like many of the pieces in Wilton Armetale’s serveware collection, the designs are rooted in history but have been updated and streamlined for daily use. Even though the shop's pieces are ornate, they never sacrifice durability. This nontoxic serveware and grillware is oven- and freezer-safe and sturdy enough for cooking, baking, and grilling. The metal workers also vow that their pieces will not rust, break, chip, or heckle you as they usher meals from the kitchen to the table.
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    903 Square St
    Mount Joy, PA US
  • Lucky Duck Bar and Grille
    For casual American-style cuisine, burger-loving diners head to Lucky Duck Bar and Grille. The food at Lucky Duck Bar and Grille is high-calorie, high-flavor, and highly-rated. Lucky Duck Bar and Grille also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at Lucky Duck Bar and Grille just as much as their parents do. Make sure to check out Lucky Duck Bar and Grille's happy hour for a great way to decompress from the workday. Patio tables and chairs are ready for Lucky Duck Bar and Grille diners who prefer their meals al fresco. At Lucky Duck Bar and Grille, your large or small party can easily enjoy a meal. Hop online in no time using Lucky Duck Bar and Grille's free wifi. The restaurant can fill to capacity on the weekends, so don't forget to call ahead to reserve your table. The dress code is strictly casual at Lucky Duck Bar and Grille, so come as you are (and as you are comfortable). If time is of the essence, Lucky Duck Bar and Grille's take-out option may be a better fit. Call Lucky Duck Bar and Grille for catering if you have a big event coming up. Drivers will be happy to know that Lucky Duck Bar and Grille is located near many street and lot parking options. Lucky Duck Bar and Grille provides ample space for bikers to store their bikes. Prices are affordable, with a typical meal running under $30.
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    45 N Market St
    Elizabethtown, PA US

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