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  • Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre

    Mission: In the tradition of the liberal arts, Muhlenberg's Theatre and Dance Department doesn't just concern itself with training actors, dancers, and designers. We aim to create an environment in which actors, dancers, and designers become thinkers and artists....

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  • Allentown Fairgrounds

    After operating for 36 years, the Great Allentown Fair had become too great for its own good. The barns that housed the fairs prize dairy and beef cattle were bursting at the seams. Swine, sheep and poultry pens were crowded. The flowers and the bounty of the harvest compete...

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  • Lehigh Valley Arts Council

    To promote the arts; to encourage and support artists and their development; to assist arts organizations; and to facilitate communication and cooperation among artists, arts groups, and the community. Services include informational publications, professional development, w...

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  • Theatre Outlet

    Theatre Outlet is dedicated to producing vibrant and vital multicultural and multidisciplinary arts in an intimate setting. We use our resources to encourage the dynamic expression of art within our community by cultivating artists and engaging patrons. Theatre Outlet was ...

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  • Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley

    "The Allentown Art Museum is dedicated to stimulating active exploration of the arts and developing new audiences for the arts within the Lehigh Valley community and beyond. Through the central activities of collection, preservation, study, exhibition, and interpretation of ...

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  • Mayfair Festival of the Arts

    Since 1986, Mayfair has been the Lehigh Valley’s premier outdoor arts and crafts, music, and food festival. In 2006, Mayfair is being updated and revamped to reflect Lehigh Valley residents’ changing tastes, but the charm and diverse entertainments that made the ...

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  • Emmaus Arts Commission

    About Us: The Emmaus Arts Commission is a premier arts organization located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Our mission is to encourage and promote all of the arts and to develop an appreciation of the arts, which will enrich and enhance the quality of life within the Emm...

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  • Emmaus Main Street Partners

    About Us: The Emmaus Main Street Program was officially incorporated in 1995 as a non-profit program to support and revitalize the Emmaus' historic downtown. Funding was provided by the state Department of Community and economic Development with initial matching funds provi...

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  • Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival

    Our Mission:The mission of Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is to enrich, inspire, engage, and entertain the widest possible audience through first-rate professional productions of classical and contemporary plays, with a core commitment to the works of Shakespeare and othe...

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  • Theatre Outlet

    Mission Statement: Theatre Outlet is dedicated to producing vibrant and vital multicultural and multidisciplinary arts in an intimate setting. We use our resources to encourage the dynamic expression of art within our community by cultivating artists and engaging patrons...

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  • Allentown Symphony Orchestra

    History: The historic, 1200-seat Allentown Symphony Hall is the premier performing arts facility in Allentown, the largest city in Pennsylvania's Lehigh ValleyThroughout its history, Symphony Hall has been host to a wide variety of musical and theatrical performances, inclu...

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  • Emmaus Theatre

    History: August 1909: "Great Progress Made in Our Thriving Borough - Among Other Progressive Conditions In Our Beautiful Burg Is "The PALACE THEATRE." Manager Edward H. Buss assured the people of Emmaus that although only a few years earlier the Nickelet...

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  • The 1803 House

    History: In 2003, The Friends of the 1803 House celebrated the passing of 200 years since Jacob Ehrenhardt, Jr. built this stone, Federal-style home for his wife Susanna and their four daughters. He located it just south of the Moravian Church, on a plot of land owned by hi...

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  • Liberty Bell Museum

    Hours:  Monday through Saturday   12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Free Admission: 2nd Sunday of Month 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and 3rd Thursday of the Month 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. Closed in January Admission: Reservations required for groups of 10 or more &nd...

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  • Pennsylvania Performing Arts Center

    Our Mission To educate and inspire students of all ages by developing self esteem, poise, confidence and a love of the performing arts that will last for a lifetime. Here, at PPAC, we strive to offer your children the best performing arts education possible in a friendly, ...

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  • Artfully Elegant

    OUR PHILOSOPHY While our primary focus may be jewelry, we realize that other areas of your life need decorating as well. We consistently strive to maintain a high level of quality and craftsmanship in each and every one of our works, whether it is a delicate necklace or hul...

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  • Pines Dinner Theatre

    About Us:Join us, and step back to a simpler time where everyone treats you like family. Even though we're in the heart of Allentown, when you're our guest, we'll treat you to real down-home hospitality and authentic rustic elegance. From the moment you walk in the door, unt...

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  • Haines Mill Museum

    About Us: Haines Mill is located on Cedar Creek at the western end of Cedar Creek Parkway East. John George Knauss purchased the land in 1759 from his father-in-law, Joseph Bishop. Bishop had aquired the land from William Penn's sons, Thomas and Richard in 1738. The origina...

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  • Trout Hall

    Impressive Trout Hall, built in 1770 and Allentown's oldest home, was the summer estate of James Allen, son of Allentown's founder. Allen's British sympathies cost him his wealth, his freedom, and possibly his life. Beautifully furnished to recall an age of elegance....

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  • Moravian Museum Of Bethlehem

    The 1741 Gemeinhaus, Bethlehem’s oldest building and a National Historic Landmark, houses a museum that tells the stories of the Moravian founders. Opening the herringbone-patterned doors of this five-story log structure, the largest 18th century log building in the Un...

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  • Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum

    The region's only authentically complete Pennsylvania-German farm house, built in 1756, resembles its medieval ancestors and gives a captivating glimpse of the area's farm history....

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  • Museum of Indian Culture

    About us Founded in 1980, the Museum of Indian Culture is a unique member-supported, all-volunteer non-profit resource center for people of all ages to learn about Native American cultures both in the northeast and throughout the western hemisphere. For over 35 years, the M...

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  • Allentown Fairgrounds

    The Lehigh County Agricultural Society is the nonprofit owner and operator of The Allentown Fairgrounds and The Great Allentown Fair. The Fair is the fulfillment of the Society's mission as stated in its bylaws. The object of the Society is and shall remain the improvement ...

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  • Martin Art Gallery

    Our goal is to expose students, faculty, staff and the visiting public to diverse, high-quality local and international artwork within an intimate viewing space. The Martin Art Gallery is home to an extensive permanent collection more than 3,000 items, including works by Alb...

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  • Moravian College Theatre Company

    About Us:The purpose of the Moravian College Theatre Company is to enrich the lliberal arts education by producing two - three productions each year that present significant dramatic literature of the past and present and that provide students with opportunities to participa...

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  • Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra

    Mission:The mission of the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra is to present live classical music in enjoyable and accessible ways to a diverse and expanding audience in eastern Pennsylvania.We do this by:  - Forging a dynamic connection between our musicians and audiences,...

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  • Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem

    About Us:The Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem is pleased to welcome back the Vienna Piano Trio. This highly accomplished group was very well received by our audience when they appeared three seasons ago. They will be bringing us a program of music by Haydn, Beethoven, and ...

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  • William F. Curtis Arboretum

    Mission StatementThe mission of the William F. Curtis Arboretum is to foster appreciation of the natural world through:Collections, by maintaining, developing, and interpreting well-documented plant collections from around the world that are hardy in the Lehigh Valley.Teachi...

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  • Curtis Hall Arboretum

    The William F. Curtis Arboretum is a nationally registered arboretum with hundreds of tree species in individual plantings and gardens. Guided tours of ht arboretum are free and provide a hands-on outdoors opportunity for learning about botany, tree identification, and ecolo...

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  • Graver Arboretum

    About Us:For more than 40 years, Dr. Lee and Virginia Graver, nature lovers and conservationists, painstakingly cleared overgrown briar patches, dense brush areas and woods to create an environment conducive to growth for wildflowers, ferns, rhododendrons, and native and rar...

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  • America On Wheels

    Mission: A museum of over the road transportation, America On Wheels is dedicated to preserving the great history of American transportation through exhibits, education and community events....

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  • Color Me Mine -The Art Of Having Fun

    Color Me Mine is a paint-your-own-pottery studio for painters of all ages. Whether you are looking for a fun party idea, want to make a truly unique gift, or just want to have some fun, we are here to help you create your own piece of art!...

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  • Allentown School District Planetarium

    The Allentown School District Planetarium was added to the building in 1965....

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  • Joseph Grady Planetarium
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  • Senior Fest
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  • PinFest

    About Us:My enthusiasm for Pinball has gone far beyond a hobby. It's what I do all day, everyday. Though I burn out on occasion and just unplug for a bit, there is nothing I'd rather do. Born and raised in Allentown, Pa., my interest in pinball started at a very young age. I...

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  • The Trapp Door Gastropub

    Your experience at The Trapp Door starts with a huge Craft Microbrewery Beer Selection of 6 Unique Drafts, 3 Cask Ales, 170 plus Bottle Beers and the best in Seasonal Fresh Food. A special place to relax, unwind, and catch up with friends. At The Trapp Door we put a strong e...

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  • Allentown ArtsFest

    About Us: Allentown ArtsFest is a FREE artist run, family-friendly art festival held at beautiful Cedar Beach Park which highlights the diverse art and culture to be found in and around our city including: -Large scale art installations throughout the park -Live art demon...

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  • Lehigh Valley Auto Show

    About Us:Since its inception in 1998, the Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show has been the region's premier showcase for the newest and hottest automobile technology from Detroit and and around the world. More than 250 new cars and trucks! From 27 auto manufacturers! On display ...

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  • Lehigh Valley Beer Week

    Brought together by a love of and passion for craft beer, pubs, restaurants and breweries in and around Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton have risen to champion Lehigh Valley Beer Week!Lehigh valley beer week is organized and operated by Lehigh Valley Beer Week, Inc., a non-pr...

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