A committee of the Friends of Old Annville dedicated to 

fostering community spirit in Annville

Who we are

Celebrate! Annville was established in 2023 as a committee of the Friends of Old Annville. We are dedicated to fostering community spirit in Annville. Our priorities are to add holiday decorations to Main Street and to host events that demonstrate tradition and pride for our town.

In December 2023, we continued two Annville beloved traditions: Santa's Arrival at the Allen Theatre & Backstage Cafe and the Tree Lighting. We also hosted a Photos with Santa event at the Annville Train Station and added eight (8) lighted wreathed to the intersection of Routes 422 and 934. Using funds donated by generous sponsors, and money we will continue to raise, we plan to add holiday decorations to the historic district and continue to coordinate events for our community. We hope you'll join us!

Upcoming Events

"Annville Goes Green" - an initiative to keep Annville clean and green!


Greater Annville "Clean Up the Streets Day" - Part 1

Saturday, March 16 - 11 am - 1 pm. Free. Donations to Celebrate! Annville appreciated.

Meet at the fountain plaza at the intersection of Routes 422 and 934 near Subway. 


Volunteer to help with Clean Up the Streets Day - Part 1, visit SignUp Genius or email happyeverythingannville@gmail.com


"Annville Goes Green" is coordinated by Celebrate! Annville in partnership with Annville Township, Friends of Old Annville, the Quittie Creek Nature Park Committee, Annville Free Library, Quittie Creek Garbage Museum, Quittapahilla Watershed Association, and Lebanon Valley College.

Bunny Hop Egg Hunt - Saturday, March 23 - Stop by Quittie Creek Nature Park between 12 pm and 2 pm

Meet the Swingholm Bridge at Quittie Creek Nature Park, 536 Bachman Road to register. Free. Donations appreciated.

Search for candy-filled eggs and chances to win prizes. Raffle baskets, 50:50 drawing. Selfies with the Easter Bunny.

Children must be accompanied by a parent.


Volunteer to help with the Bunny Hop Egg Hunt, visit SignUp Genius or email happyeverythingannville@gmail.com


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Other Annville Goes Green Events


A Walk in the Park: Spring Wildflowers

Tuesdays at 9 am: March 19, April 2, April 9, April 16

Meet at Swingholm Walking Bridge, Quittie Creek Nature Park. Free.

Join Quittie Creek Nature Park Committee Member Kathy Moe on a tour of the park to view and discuss spring wildflowers.


“Green” Storytimes with Miss Cindy, Annville Free Library

Tuesdays 10:15 am, Wednesdays 1:15 pm, Thursdays 10:15 am - Free - Contact the Library for details

April 2, 3, 4 Gardeners - April 9, 10, 11 Bugs! - April 16, 17, 18 Paleontology

Swimming Upstream:  The Work of the Quittapahilla Watershed Association, 1997—Present

Tuesday, April 9, 6:30 pm, Annville Free Library Community Room - Free

Annville Library Board President Marty Brandt will talk about the library's new rain garden and introduce the speaker. Quittapahilla Watershed Association President Michael Schroeder will discuss the QWA's efforts to improve the water quality of Quittapahilla Creek and its tributaries; to raise public awareness about the watershed's importance to the local quality of life and to the Chesapeake Bay watershed; and to encourage citizens, organizations & businesses in Lebanon County to help maintain the health & viability of the watershed's streams & ecosystems. 


Work Day at Quittie Creek Nature Park + Garlic Mustard Treats!

Saturday, April 20, 9 am - 12 pm, Meet at the Swingholm Walking Bridge

At 9 am sharp, join members of the park committee and other volunteers to help with park maintenance. Spread mulch, collect trash, and pull garlic mustard, an invasive plant. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, and long sleeves. Work gloves provided. If you have them, please bring wheelbarrows, ground rakes, and hay rakes with your name clearly marked on them. Adventurous eaters may taste garlic mustard soup and garlic mustard pesto prepared by the Quittie Creek Park Nature Committee.


Greater Annville "Clean Up the Streets Day" - Part 2

Saturday, April 27, 10 am – 2 pm 

Meet next to the fountain in the Annville Town Square, at the intersection of Main St. and White Oak St. (Rts. 422 and 934) to be divided into crews to pick up trash from the streets, sidewalks, alleys, parking lots, and other public spaces in various parts of greater Annville. Volunteers will be provided with safety vests, trash bags, gloves, and, if enough are available, trash-picker devices, along with maps of their designated trash-pickup area. Bring your own water and, if desired, snacks. Long pants and sturdy footwear are recommended.  Organized by the Quittapahilla Creek Garbage Museum in partnership with the Quittapahilla Watershed Association, the Quittie Creek Nature Park Committee, and Lebanon Valley College.


Volunteer to help with Clean Up the Streets Day - Part 2, visit SignUp Genius or email happyeverythingannville@gmail.com


Do you have ideas for events? 

Would you like to volunteer?


Email us at happyeverythingannville@gmail.com

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Donations to Celebrate! Annville may be mailed to:

P.O.  Box 99, Annville, PA 17003  OR Venmo @CelebrateAnnville