From St. Patrick's Day happenings to hockey and more, March is packed with events in Lehigh Valley.
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Break out all things green; Lehigh Valley sure knows how to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! According to Jayne Ann Recker, Executive Director of the Celtic Cultural Alliance, over 30% of the Lehigh Valley’s residents have Celtic roots—but everyone is welcome to partake! We've rounded up a few must-see local events, bars fit for all things Irish and more.
The holiday season is just around the corner and the month of November brings a combination of fall fun & festival celebrations.
Fall is in full swing and October promises enough events to keep the fun coming every weekend. We’ve rounded up must-see events throughout the month of October with options for foodies, art lovers, families, and more.
The kids are back in school and fall is creeping in, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to be put on pause. We’ve rounded up must-see events throughout the month of September with options for foodies, art lovers, families, and more.
Seafood fans will flock to downtown Easton for the annual Clam Jam, sponsored by 3rd & Ferry Fish Market. This year's event will be held on Sunday, August 25 from noon to 7 p.m.
Summertime in Lehigh Valley is packed to the brim with fun. Whether your visit includes making a splash at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom, discovering color at Crayola Experience,™ or admiring handcrafted instruments at C.F. Martin Guitar -- you’ll want to consider planning a stop at one of these local events to your summer itinerary.
February 7, 2019 by Discover Lehigh Valley
Round up your buddies and make plans to visit the Lehigh Valley Auto Show. See the newest cars, trucks, SUVs, crossovers, vans, and cycles from 32 different manufacturers.
Crisp air teeming with fresh beginnings - September ushers in a new season in Lehigh Valley. As we welcome autumn, be sure to mark your calendar for these eight events taking place throughout the region.
Twenty-five years ago, LGBT history in Allentown was made as the first Pride Festival was organized in the city. Since then, the festival has grown tremendously and this year’s celebration, which marks the 25th anniversary of Pride in the Park, is expected to have over 4,000 people.