Lunch & Learn: A History of the Early Industrial Revolution in the Lehigh Valley
Take a mid-day break, pique your curiosity, and learn something new with the Lunch & Learn series. Lunch & Learn programs will be held the first Wednesday of the month from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Visit the Sigal Museum for an informal talk, workshop, or discussion. Bring your own lunch or order a boxed meal from our friends at Easton Public Market.
This month’s topic: History of the Early Industrial Revolution in the Lehigh Valley with emphasis on Northampton County’s geologic contributions. Local ancestors arrived to the New World with the knowledge, faith, and hard-work ethic to use available geologic resources to make this region a world player in industrial development. You will be introduced to two little stones that started the industrial revolution.
Free for members
$5 suggested donation for non-members
$12 with Easton Public Market boxed lunch option.
*Easton Public Market lunches must be ordered 48 hours in advance and will be delivered to the museum before the start of each program.