“More cowbell”: Stop, look and listen for a double dose of heavy metal with UFO and Blue Oyster Cult, 8 p.m. Nov. 1, Penn’s Peak, Jim Thorpe. Doors open at 7 p.m.
“A Frozen Adventure” for children of all ages with a parent or caregiver 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Lower Macungie Community Center, 3450 Brookside Road, Macungie. Registration is limited to 250 people. Enjoy an enchanting date with your favorite ice queen and her sister plus some very special guests who will sing, dance and tell stories. Bring your camera to take pictures with the characters immediately following the show. For additional information, visit www.lowermac.com or call 610-966-6924.
The majority of races at the county level were decided in the May primary.
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas: Anna-Kristie Morffi Marks, Democrat/Republican
District attorney: Jim Martin, Republican
Sheriff: Joe Hanna, Democrat/Republican
Clerk of judicial records: Andrea Naugle, Democrat
Coroner: Eric D. Minnich, Democrat/Republican
STOCKINGS FOR SOLDIERS
The Press, a division of Times New, LLC, a Pencor company, will once again partner with Keystone Military Families to act as a collection site for the Stockings For Soldiers program. The program generally ships 8,000 to 10,000 holiday stockings to American servicemen and women stationed around the world.
The stockings are filled with donations of food, hygiene and other requested items, as well as holiday decorations and cards.
Six candidates are on the Nov.5 ballot for East Penn School Board. This is a 4-year term. Vote for no more than five.
The candidates were asked to respond to the following question in 100 words or less:
Biggest issue for residents
“What is your position on property tax reform?”
Four Democratic candidates, four Republican candidates and one Liberty party candidate, are on the Nov. 5 ballot for Lehigh County commissioner at-large. This is a four-year term. Vote for no more than four.
We asked the candidates the following question:
How do you plan on advocating for our senior citizen population if you are elected?
Their responses follow.
• Bob Elbich, Weisenberg Township
One Democratic candidate and one Republican candidate are on the Nov. 5 ballot for Lehigh County controller. This is a four-year term.
The candidates were asked to respond to the following question:
What do you see as the biggest challenge financially for Lehigh County?
Their responses follow.
Mark Pinsley, South Whitehall Township