Free Summer Sundays Series


The Moravian Historical Society is proud to return their popular Free Summer Sundays series to the Lehigh Valley. Now through August 27, families will experience fun filled afternoons at the 1740/1743 Whitefield House. They will be able to “go back in time” to participate in colonial games, arts and crafts, and enjoy free admission to the museum. Every Sunday features new and different activities:

July 23: Tinsmithing in Nazareth
July 30: Whirligig making
August 6: Paper quilling and more
August 13: Learn to Cross stitch
August 20: American Indian Canoe craft
August 27: The art of weaving

Free Summer Sundays is hosted on the historic grounds of the 1740/1743 Whitefield House in beautiful, downtown Nazareth from 1pm-4pm at 214 East Center Street, Nazareth, PA 18064.
Museum guests will also enjoy the exhibition: “Diverse Voices: Three Perspectives of Early Bethlehem.” This groundbreaking exhibition highlights the lives of three different Bethlehem residents: Andrew, an African slave, Rachel, an American Indian woman, and Anna, a single female teacher. This eye opening and unflinching look was created from the individual’s personal diaries, community records, and historic resources. Find out what life was really like in colonial Bethlehem.