2019 Living in One Neighborhood (LION) Bash

Welcome to the 2019 Living in One Neighborhood (LION) Bash project page. This will be your one-stop-shop to learn more about the event, register an engagement station, and more.

What is LION Bash?

This event is a community resource fair and block party where attendees are able to learn more about services and policies that are in place to ensure that community members have a safe and enjoyable time while in the community.

When is the 2019 LION Bash?

This year's fair will be on Wednesday, September 4, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the 100 to 300 blocks of South Allen Street in Downtown State College.

Welcome to the 2019 Living in One Neighborhood (LION) Bash project page. This will be your one-stop-shop to learn more about the event, register an engagement station, and more.

What is LION Bash?

This event is a community resource fair and block party where attendees are able to learn more about services and policies that are in place to ensure that community members have a safe and enjoyable time while in the community.

When is the 2019 LION Bash?

This year's fair will be on Wednesday, September 4, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the 100 to 300 blocks of South Allen Street in Downtown State College.

  • LION Bash 2019 Engagement Station Interest Form

    Fill out this form if your organization is interested in hosting an Engagement Station at the 2019 LION Bash. You are signing up to be among the first organizations that will be notified when registration is open.

    Engagement Stations are set up for people in the community to go around to and either receive information, play a game or even win prizes. In total there were about 150 engagement stations set up within three blocks. There were about 50 more stations than last year and caused an extra block of South Allen Street to be closed down for the event.

    Fill out this form if your organization is interested in hosting an Engagement Station at the 2019 LION Bash. You are signing up to be among the first organizations that will be notified when registration is open.

    Engagement Stations are set up for people in the community to go around to and either receive information, play a game or even win prizes. In total there were about 150 engagement stations set up within three blocks. There were about 50 more stations than last year and caused an extra block of South Allen Street to be closed down for the event.

    Note: Filling out this (or other) forms does not guarantee selection to host an Engagement Station. The LION Bash Planning Committee reserves the right to deny organizations/businesses/clubs that do not align with the LION Bash mission is to enhance the unique town-gown relationship between Penn State and the Borough of State College by providing residential community members with robust experiences that bring Penn State students, permanent residents, and community leaders together for healthy dialogues.

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