Sheep & Wool Festival 2018

28795259_10156378435703028_545116016552706048_nThe Knitter’s Edge is sponsoring a Bus Trip to MD Sheep & Wool Festival– Saturday, May 5th, 2018.
– Tickets may be purchased by calling or stopping by The Knitter’s Edge.
– Tickets are $54*; this includes entrance ($5 value) into the event & a TKE Goodie Bag!

Itinerary:
Saturday, May 5th:
– 5:30 AM at Bethlehem Rt 33 Park N Ride on William Penn Highway
– 6:00 AM at Wescosville Park N Ride on Hamilton Blvd
– Returning Saturday, May 5th around 7:30PM (leaving the Fairgrounds at 4:30PM). Continue reading

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12 Ways to Ease into Spring Wellness

unspecified-15-682x1024by Stefani Ellenbecker –  Spring is upon is in a big way, and naturally, with the change of seasons, we are all looking to spruce up our body, mind, home and heart. Sometimes it’s not about the big changes but more about the little ways we can implement wellness into our everyday lifestyle that really makes the long-lasting difference. I asked several W&D contributors how they plan to get into a wellness groove this April and they shared a few simple ways they are clearing out their head space, exercising more, eating healthier and getting outdoors to grab some fresh air. We hope this post motivates you and gives a few pointers on how to improve your health this spring. We would love to hear in the comments below what your wellness plans are as the weather warms up!

Bridget Borden, Studio 125 Manager: “I’m trying to incorporate wellness into my daily routine – I drink a mix of hot water, apple cider vinegar and lemon in the morning, matcha green tea throughout the day and hot water with Reishi in the evenings.  Also, I love my barre classes and am full into any challenges they offer.”

Colleen Eversman of  2ndTruth: “I’ve been going to The Firm and spinning at least twice a week + going to yoga in-between. I’ve also been trying to eat less bread and dairy (I did the Whole 30 and discovered that bread and dairy make me super bloated). Drinking at least my body weight in ounces of water – it turns out, staying well hydrated helps my skin not freak out. And, being outside with Ellie (my pup) to run her for at least 30 mins a day. It’s great for her health and surprisingly restoring for me to be outside.”  FULL ARTICLE

Annual Roaring 20s Ball

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Friday, April 27th at the Historic Hotel Bethlehem

Join Historic Hotel Bethlehem on Friday April 27th for this remarkable event. It will be a 4 course dinner including a cocktail hour with passed hors d’oeuvres and an open bar from 6pm to 11pm. Guests will enjoy the evening by dancing, socializing and celebrating in the 20s era that dates back to when the hotel opened in 1922. Enjoy listening to Blackbird Society Orchestra Sextet, a 1920s hot jazz band, to help create the roaring 20s atmosphere throughout the event.

Hotel Bethlehem has been the host to numerous events over the last 95+ years where guests have been able to enjoy the night with dancing and drinking while making memories to last a lifetime. So make sure you reserve your seats fast, as this event sells out every year!

For tickets or questions about this event, you can contact Brynn Levine at blevine@hotelbethlehem.com or 610.625.2234. Tickets start at $109 plus tax and gratuity per person, or $199 plus tax and gratuity per couple. Guests are encouraged to dress up to the style of the 1920s.

Princess Night at Crayola Experience

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Friday, April 27th at 6 PM

Treat your princess to a night of royal fun!

Watch your favorite princesses perform live and pose for a photo. PLUS Crayola Experience’s 28 hands-on attractions and our popular crayon factory show – all in one night!

Buy your tickets* here –> https://bit.ly/2G3fnCv

Thank you to our friends at A Storybook Party

*Tickets must be pre-purchased for this event. Annual Passholders receive a 20% OFF discount.

Stars on Ice 2018 Tour

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Thursday, April 19th at the PPL Center in Allentown

There’s nothing like seeing Stars on Ice in the Olympic season! The best of the U.S. will be coming to you direct from the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea to skate together – live in an all-new Stars on Ice! See America’s top medal contenders including 2018 U.S. Champion Nathan Chen, three-time World Medalists Maia & Alex Shibutani, and U.S. Champion Karen Chen, plus Olympic Medalists Meryl Davis & Charlie White, Ashley Wagner, Jason Brown, and more of America’s finest Olympic athletes in the 2018 Stars on Ice tour!

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Cafe the Lodge Gallery Opening

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Friday, April 20th at 6 PM – 8 PM

Gallery Opening & Open Mic Night!

April 20th Café the Lodge will have a reception for local artist Zach Kleemeyer. This will kick off Café the Lodge’s new community artist showcase in the Cappuccino Room. April 20th will also be Open Mic Night Hosted by Kevin Coomer taking place in the main dining room. Be sure to take a look at the new Artists In Recovery exhibit on display in the main dining area

 

Train Show – Open Display

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Sunday, April 15th from 2pm – 5 pm at the Lehigh and Keystone Valley Model Railroad Museum

Come see over 5,000 square feet on two levels of model trains in 1:87 scale depicting various scenes from Western New Jersey, the Lehigh Valley and Northeastern Pennsylvania over three different railroads as part of our monthly open display.

Some of the landmarks included are Bethlehem Steel, Whitehall Cement, the Huber Breaker and the massive Allentown rail classification yard.

Railroads depicted: the Lehigh Valley, Central Railroad of New Jersey and Reading Company.

Hours on all dates: 2 PM to 5 PM

Prices: Adults: $7, Children Under 12: FREE with admitting parent or guardian.

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