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.
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The 69th Annual Kutztown Folk Festival returns from June 30 - July 8, 2018. This annual nine-day celebration of Pennsylvania Dutch culture is America’s oldest folklife festival where you can experience the region’s unique heritage and enjoy authentic folklife demonstrations, artisan crafts, children’s activities, antiques, PA Dutch delicacies, and live entertainment on six stages.
Jumpstart your summer fun with these ten great happenings throughout the month of May in Lehigh Valley, PA.
In Atlanta, they drop a peach. In Boise, it’s a potato. But in Bethlehem, Just Born Quality Confections and ArtsQuest drop a 400lb PEEPS® chick!
November brings a unique balance of events to Lehigh Valley, wrapping up the fall season and ushering Christmas charm all within a few short weeks. In the mix, you’ll also find family-friendly performances that are not to be missed. Mark your calendars now as tickets for these upcoming events will go quickly!
On Christmas Eve 1741, the little town of Bethlehem was given its name by the Moravians who settled there. Later, in 1937, the city’s Chamber of Commerce successfully started a national letter-writing campaign to have Bethlehem designated as Christmas City USA. Honoring the city’s history, Christkindlmarkt Bethlehem was launched in 1993 and has since become a popular holiday destination drawing 1.2 million visitors to the city over the past quarter-century.
School's out and it's time to kick off summer with some fun! Mark your calendars for these events taking place in Lehigh Valley throughout the month of June.