Welcome to Lemont!

The Lemont Village Association


endeavors to preserve historic Lemont,
including the 1885 John I. Thompson Grain Elevator and Coal Sheds in the center of Lemont.


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The LVA sponsors many events to foster a community spirit in our Village while encouraging visitors to our town.

We have activities in the spring, summer, fall, and early winter which include:


VILLAGE GREEN CONCERTS BOOKED SO FAR FOR 2022

Thanks to all our musicians who play for the fun of playing in a terrific venue. We have an exciting line-up with some who have performed before and several new to us. Picnickers are always welcome, please take your trash with you. Concerts are free, but a basket for donations for Granary renovations will be at Jim Thorn’s sound tent. Jim Thorn, Sound Man Extrordinaire. More details will be added later about each band.

June 3 Tussey Mountain Moonshiners

June 10 Extra Miles

June 17 Jon Rounds and Friends

June 24 Group Therapy Band

July 1 Chris Kent

July 8 Hops and Vines

July 15 Riff

July 22 Acoustic Artifacts

July 29 John Wise Band

August 5 Nittany Knights Barbershop

Augut 12 OverheaD

August 19 Sultans of Swing

August 26 Steve Van Hook & Jim Colbert

September 2 Richard Sleigh

September 9 Free Range Band

September 16 Doug Irwin, Granma Ben

September 23 Open

September 30 Open



2021 CONCERTS - It was a wonderful season - grateful thanks to all the musicians who made The Lemont Village Green Concerts so special:

The Tussey Mountain Moonshiners

Richard Sleigh and Andy Tolins

Mitch Angle

Hops and Vines

Chris Kent

Twin Reverb

Ted and the Hi-Fi's

RamaLama

Sound Car

Riff

OverheaD

Acoustic Artifacts

John Wise

Steve VanHook & Jim Colbert

Group Therapy

Extra Miles

The Nittany Knights Barbershop Chorus


The concerts wouldn't happen without Jim Thorn, amazing

sound person, who is patient, creative and very skilled at what he does.

Brazilian Munchies brought their great Food Truck for five concerts and Boy Scout Troop 367 scooped ice cream for two evenings. Thank you!!