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  • Allentown Rubber Stamp and Paper Arts Festival
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Allentown Jazz Festival

    The Allentown Jazzfest Is A Program Of Performing Arts Live!, Inc.We Have A Dedicated Group Of People Making This Festival A Reality.The Mission Of The Allentown Jazzfest Is Threefold:- Elevate the arts and culture landscape in the region- Preserve history of America’s gre...

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  • Allentown Paper Show
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  • Allentown School District Planetarium

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

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  • Allentown St. Patrick's Parade

    In 1955 a committee of mostly first and sixth ward business and political leaders formed a St. Patrick's Day Observance Society. By 1958, the parade was large enough to run from 12th & Hamilton to the Immaculate Conception Church on Ridge Ave.Around the turn of the centu...

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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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  • 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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  • Annual Steel City Fiber Festival

    Welcome to the 2nd Annual Steel City Fiber Festival where you can spend the weekend with people who share your passion and creativity in the fiber arts. Gathering together the regions best Indie dyers of fiber and yarns, Farm raised fibers, and Handcrafters, be it Knitters, ...

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  • Blues, Brews and Barbecue Festival

    To Celebrate 10 years of Blues, Brews and Barbecue, we have added new activities including, a hot air ballon, an antique car show, thanks to Gross McGinley, and a fireworks display to end the night....

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  • Cask Beer Festival

    Fegley’s Brew Works Brewers are proud to host the Great Allentown Brew Works Cask Beer Festival with numerous one-of-a-kind cask creations and craft beer from more than a dozen craft breweries. Tickets include Celtic entertainment and St. Patrick’s Day inspired food buff...

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  • Civic Theatre of Allentown

    Mission:Civic Theatre of Allentown is a landmark community - based, professionally staffed, performing arts center. We enrich people's lives through theatre,cinema, and theatre education....

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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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  • 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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  • Joseph Grady Planetarium
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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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