A star of the reality-television show "Amish Mafia" will help raise money for a Lebanon County library on Sunday.
Lebanon Levi, whose real name is Levi King Stoltzfus, is scheduled to appear at the Matthews Public Library in Fredericksburg from 2 to 5 p.m., according to the Library System of Lebanon County. Tickets to the event are being sold on the library system website for $10 a person, but children under 10 are free.
Lebanon Levi is portrayed in the show as the boss of a group of Plain men who take it upon themselves to "protect and maintain peace and order within the Amish community" in Lancaster County.
According to the Lebanon Daily News, officials in Bethel Township are planning for a big crowd. The board of supervisors chairperson there said more than 250 tickets have been sold, and that township fire police will help with traffic control.
Supervisors Chairwoman Beverly Martel also said the Leatherback Motorcycle Club, state police from Lickdale and security personnel from the Discovery Channel will be helping to manage the crowd.
More than 3 million viewers watched "Amish Mafia" per episode in January, the Lebanon Daily News reported. The show was the number two cable program on Wednesday nights among all people ages 25 to 54, according to the Discovery Channel.
The Matthews Public Library is located at 102 W. Main St., Fredericksburg.