Historical Women of Lehigh Valley

During Women’s History Month, it is important to remember the courageous, influential women that went against the status quo and enacted positive change in their communities. These activists, workers, and founders are just some of the legendary women that helped pave the way for a brighter future…

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Now Spinning: The Best Record Stores in Lehigh Valley

We may live in the digital age, but buying physical music is back in style! According to Variety , “The resurgence in vinyl records continued for the 15th consecutive year, as revenues grew 61% to $1.0 billion in 2021. The last time vinyl records exceeded $1 billion was 1986.” Why? Everyone has…

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Small Town Spotlight: Boyertown

If you’re looking for a spontaneous and charming day-trip, there’s no better place to turn than one of Lehigh Valley’s many small towns. From mom-and-pop gift shops to art galleries, historic experiences, and more - these small towns hold a wealth of hidden treasures. Boyertown, located on the southern edge of Lehigh Valley, is no exception…

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Explore Historic Sites with Holiday Happenings

It’s that time of year again, when the house fills with sweet smells, holiday music can be heard in every corner, and the month-long shopping spree begins. There are wealth of ways to do this during the holidays, but a particular favorite is joining holiday activities sponsored by local historic sites. From basking in the Bethlehem’s near universal embrace of the season of to reflecting simpler times during quaint holiday performances or re-creations, here are a few favorites…

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Apple Days Brings Fall Fun to Lehigh Valley

Jump start your fall fun this weekend with Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites. On Saturday, September 12, the second annual Apple Days will take place at the Burnside Plantation. If you've experienced summer's Blueberry Festival, you won't want to miss this fall celebration. Apple Days, held from 10…

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