Time For Watchmaking

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites to present The Art of Watchmaking with David Sokosh Learn the anatomy of vintage pocket watch movements from Brooklyn’s finest watch designer, David Sokosh, at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts on Saturday, September 12, from 6-8 p.m. Immerse yourself in the theory of time as David demonstrates the ins [...]

Millionaires Row Walking Tour In Easton

HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE AND INHABITANTS NCHGS Offers New Walking Tour of Easton’s Millionaire’s Row While taking a walk down Easton’s North 3rd Street, one can almost envision horse drawn carriages and ladies and gentlemen strolling in their finest attire. Historian Richard Hope has researched the buildings and residents of this neighborhood and has narrated a walking [...]

Soaking Up The Summer Sun In Historic Bethlehem

Bethlehem Pub Walking Tour Saturday, July 25 2:00pm - 4:00pm Take an exciting guided tour through Bethlehem's rich historic district while making pub stops along the way! What's better than a Historic Bethlehem walking tour? A walking tour with BEER! The highlights on the tour include Bethlehem’s exquisite Victorian and colonial architecture, as you explore [...]

Jasmine Newland…A Happening Kid

Jasmine is going into 12th grade at Bangor Area High School. She is part of the Ecology Club, on the Chamber Choir, Student Vice President for the PTSA (Parent Teacher Association) for the middle school and high school, actress in the plays at the high school, and is on the Tennis team. In addition, she [...]

Welcome Brittany Schrum

Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society Introduces New Curator of Exhibitions The Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society introduced its new Curator of Exhibitions to community leaders, historians, and museum visitors on Thursday evening at the Sigal Museum. Brittany Schrum, an artist and exhibit designer, brings with her more than six years of experience, working [...]

Kutztown Folk Festival in Full Swing

Enjoy extended hours until 8 p.m. on July 3, 4 Returning for its 66th year, the Kutztown Folk Festival, the oldest folklife festival in America, kicks off its 2015 season this Saturday! With activities and entertainment for the entire family, this nine-day festival, hailed by the Washington Post as a “Must See” festival and named one of "America’s [...]

Turning Tongues Blue for 23 Years!

BLUEBERRIES – AND SO MUCH MORE Hailed as the “Sweetest Festival of the Summer,” the 2015 Blueberry Festival promises live music, local crafters, children’s games, colonial demonstrations, beer, wine and mead tastings and, of course, blueberry pie and blueberry ice cream. Historic Bethlehem Museum & Sites will host the 2015 Blueberry Festival Saturday, July 18 [...]

Williams Township Memorial Observance

Williams Township residents will hold a Memorial Day Ceremony on Sunday, May 24, at 6 p.m. to honor fallen heroes, living veterans, and service persons on active duty. The sunset ceremony will be held at the Veterans Memorial on the Williams Twp. Municipal campus, 655 Cider Press Rd. in Williams Township. The Honorable Edward G. [...]

Celebrating Fashion, Design, and Traditional Handiwork

Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society Art Workshop Series Takes Inspiration from Fashion Taking inspiration from the centuries of fashion now on display at the Sigal Museum in Easton, the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society (NCHGS) presents “The Lost Arts of Handicraft,” a series of workshops showcasing historical art found in textile artifacts. The [...]

Bethlehem Steelworkers’ Archives Walking Tours at SteelStacks

Take a walk in the shoes of a steelworker, learn how the blast furnaces worked and discover the untold stories of Bethlehem Steel during the “Steelwalkers,” the walking tours presented by the Bethlehem Steelworkers’ Archives at SteelStacks on Saturday mornings.  Tours will take place Saturdays through Nov. 7, 11 a.m., with the exception of July [...]