Kid’s Club in Historic Bethlehem

Join Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites this spring for all new Kid’s Club programs. Through a partnership with ArtsQuest, the kid’s programs are back and better than ever! May 9 – Mother’s Day Picture Frame Create an embossed picture frame using soft metal sheets, texture plates and a little elbow grease!  Artist Natalie Hartman walks [...]

What is Steampunk?

Glide into the future on a 1880s airship, to explore a world of romance and adventure. This exhibition features contemporary art of the Steampunk movement, and antiques behind their inspiration. Steampunk is today’s Science Fiction vision of the future as seen through a Victorian Era looking glass. A small subculture of fine arts, film, fashion and [...]

Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley Honors St. Luke’s

Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley’s FIESTA Welcomes Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth Pedro Cortés, Honors St. Luke’s and Others Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley (HCLV) will celebrate 47 years of service to Bethlehem at FIESTA on March 27, 2015 from 6 pm to 9 pm at the University Center at DeSales University. Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth [...]

An Intimate Exhibit Inspired by Black History Month

Now - Mar. 1, 2015 Reception: Friday, Feb 6, 5:30-9:30 pm  Artists talk & book signing with Curley Holton at 7:30 pm   The show includes 11 artists of international renown as well as local luminaries.  Prices range from $400-$9000 and include a variety of two and three dimensional media.   Included Artists: BERRISFORD BOOTHE: [...]

Wine and Culinary Tour of the Greek Isles

From Ancient Sparta to Contemporary Greek Favorites Benefits JAACF at Yianni’s Taverna Tour the Greek Isles though a wine and culinary experience at Yianni’s Taverna, Thursday, March 12, 6 p.m., to benefit the Judith Adele Agentis Charitable Foundation. “This fundraiser will be a fun night of foods, wine and entertainment highlighting different tastes and regions [...]

Events at the Sigal Museum

February 14, 1 pm   February brings recollections of our early presidents, and our First President is probably the most prominent. Jeff Finegan, who has researched the great man for many years, will give an illustrated talk, “George Washington: His Views on Slavery,” in coordination with Black History Month. He published a novel, Colonel Washington and [...]

Stars of Bethlehem Exhibit Now At Kemerer Museum

Stars of Bethlehem Exhibition Quilts from the Collections Presented by Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites The newest showcase at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts, Stars of Bethlehem, is now open through April 5th, 2015. The Star of Bethlehem is one of the oldest, most recognized and well loved quilt patterns today. In general, stars [...]


By Erin D’Amelio America. I’ve been back for a little over two weeks. I’ve unpacked, put away my clothes, reunited with family and friends. There has been little time to think about Malaysia, and I believe I created that intentionally. All that remains on my bed right now is the pile of mementos that I [...]

Scherenschnitte at the Sigal Museum

Scherenschnitte Ornaments for a Holiday Tree Children and adults will learn the fundamentals of the PA-German folk art, Scherenschnitte, at a holiday ornament-making party at Sigal Museum on Saturday, December 6, 1 – 3 pm. Led by Sue Mertz, an active practitioner of the art, the activity will give participants the opportunity to create a [...]

1 in 10,000

By Erin D'Amelio Volunteer tourism wasn't initially on my radar while I tried to decide how to best ease my melancholy at leaving SMK PGAS during my two and a half weeks before I returned to America. Though the idea is certainly appealing, it didn't naturally pop up as an option until I began looking [...]