Often overlooked and undervalued museums are magical places. If you are looking to discover somewhere truly magical you don't need to look further than a museum. Museums are able to take you on a journey through time, provide insights into other cultures and kindle a newly found appreciation for history. While the museums of Philadelphia get the most recognition, if you aren't checking out Lehigh Valley's museums you are sorely missing out.
Allentown Art Museum
There are more than 2,000 years of... read more
Founded on Christmas Eve in 1741 by Moravians, the self-named “Christmas City,” is known for its rich history of industry and trade, and over the years it has transformed into a neighborhood bursting with options for dining, shopping, and nightlife. The town features year-round entertainment but shines especially bright at Christmastime. Start your visit to Historic Bethlehem, and discover the rich history of Industrial America, while experiencing modern shops and eateries.
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We can't think of a better way to start the week than by welcoming Stephanie Trussell to our Coldwell Banker Hearthside family! Stephanie is joining us in our Allentown office. Learn more about Stephanie below!
"My name is Stephanie Trussell and I just started as an agent for Coldwell Banker Hearthside who is a respected and highly valued real estate brokerage in the Lehigh Valley. I have recently relocated to the Lehigh Valley and I am excited to bring my professional business knowledge to the Coldwell ... read more
If you're starting to get summertime sadness...don't! There is still summer to be had in the month of August! Before we close the book on the end of summer 2019, take in every moment with all the great events going on around us. If you are in the mood for a casual stroll along the beach we encourage you to look through our blog for our Summer Loving series which highlights different areas along the Jersey Shore. There is also Musikfest going on right now until the 11th in Bethlehem, PA. It was rated the #... read more
A free program at Northampton Community College aimed at training and retraining manufacturing skills for local residents is seeing a substantial grant from the state government. The program. "Microcredentials in Manufacturing", seeks to help underemployed and unemployed workers to obtain the skills necessary for positions in the booming Lehigh Valley manufacturing sector. Northampton Community College describes the program as an accelerated, non-credit training course for people who have had trouble finding succes... read more