The second annual JCC Juried Indoor Fine Craft Show is 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. April 21, Jewish Community Center, 702 N. 22nd St., Allentown.
There is a catered preview, 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. April 20.
There will be 50 booths, featuring ceramics, fiber-wearable art, glass, jewelry, metalwork, wood, basketry, leather, judaica and furniture.
There is a children's art gallery featuring the work of JCC students.
The craft show is a fundraiser for children's programs at the JCC.
WLVT-PBS39 has announced that Amy Burkett, Executive Vice President and Television Station Manager, has been named the General Manager of the Charlotte, N.C. PBS station WTVI.
Burkett will also be the Director of Digital Media Studies at Central Piedmont Community College, which holds the station's license.
Embassy Bank is inviting the submission of photographs of family members, neighbors and friends who have served or are serving in the armed forces for the third-annual Memorial Day weekend, May 26 - 28, "Our Hometown Heroes" display, SteelStacks, Bethehem.
The Memorial Day Celebration presented by Embassy Bank includes three days of music, family activities and programming.
"The response to 'Our Hometown Heroes' has been amazing with more than 200 images submitted over the past two years," says Embassy Bank CEO, President and Chairman Dave Lobach Jr.
There are many signs and sounds that announce the natural awakening of the spring season. Clues articulating the sounds and signs drawing our attention to visions of regeneration are everywhere.
In some years, like this one however, Old Man Winter tries to stick around well past the official first day of spring.
Richard Pawling, in the character of Cappy Hummel, a canal boat captain, presents "Canawling on America's Canals," a history of the United States' canal system, 6:30 p.m. April 23, Lower Macungie Township Community Center, Lower Macungie Library, 3450 Brookside Road, Lower Macungie Township.
The program is funded by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
To register: 610-966-6864
I hear my mom waking me up
Pork shoulder sizzling
Smelling the cookies,
three leche cake
Tasting the sweet sweet
pots and pans
in the kitchen
the glittery red bows
The cozy warm
Me seeing my presents
seeing my big
and little sister
a box with a piece
As I settled in the grass
and watched the trees, the sky,
I noticed a calmness, with a soft breeze.
As if the world had just sat down
and taken a deep breath
to retreat from the rushing time.
Then suddenly, the branches I viewed
were not relaxing, but rustling,
and the clouds swirled about eagerly with passion.
The tranquil scene became restless before my eyes
without actually changing pace or tone,
and it brought me to realize a way of nature.
Our planet does not rest or calm,
ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
25th & Livingston Streets
Allentown, 18104 - 610-435-0712
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
9 a.m. Holy Communion
'28 Book of Common Prayer
9 a.m. Church School
Wed., 10 a.m. Healing Service
Rev. Joseph S. Falzone
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
3449 Cherryville Road
Northampton - 610-262-5645
Daniel E. Lundmark, Pastor
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship - 10:45 a.m.
Sunday Evening - 6:00 p.m.
The Salisbury track and field season began last Tuesday with the Falcon girls splitting with Northwestern and Pen Argyl and the boys' team getting swept.
The Tigers were the dominant team, using strong runners to start the year 2-0 in both boys and girls.
Salisbury did have some impressive performances. Kyle Gonoude took first in both the 800 and 1600, winning a duel with Northwestern senior Tyler Stelmack in the latter event. Gonoude will be among the top runners in both races this season.
Tyler Cooperman and Brad Vangeli each drove in two runs to lead the Falcons to a 10-0, five-inning win over Wilson on Monday night.
Cooperman and Mason Kresley each had doubles in the victory, which moved Salisbury to 7-0 on the season.
Nic Ampietro picked up the victory, striking out seven Warriors in the process.
Wilson 000 00 - 0 4 3
Salisbury 022 33 - 10 9 0