The final Jewish Community Center presentation of the childhood favorite, "Winnie the Pooh," will be given 2 p.m. Jan. 20.
The musical is performed by The Stagemakers at the J, which is comprised of students in public and private schools and who participate in the performing arts classes at the JCC.
The five-week class culminates in a show production.
"Winnie the Pooh" was chosen by Director and Choreographer Syd Stauffer because of its appeal to the younger students.
Since the start of Stagemakers at the J, this cast of 14 girls is the youngest.
Central Catholic High School Principal Dennis Nemes, would like to welcome CCHS parents, alumni, friends and supporters to the state of the building presentation 6:30 p.m. Jan. 28 in Rockne Hall. This meeting will include a wide range of status reports on the school and student body as well as an introduction of the new Board of General Governance.
Valley Rail Promotions will present The Great Lehigh Valley Train Meet 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Merchants Square Mall, 1901 S. 12th St., Allentown. Enjoy over 12,000 square feet of model and toy trains and train related merchandise.
Old Zionsville UCC Church, 5981 Fountain Road, Old Zionsville, will host an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet and bake sale 7 to 11 a.m. There will be a cost for guests six and over for breakfast. The public is welcome to attend. For information, call 610-966-5115.
The future of a $160,400 Lehigh County grant approved for the Salisbury Township Lindberg Park trail connection is going nowhere.
The holdup is because the future of the Lehigh County Green Future Fund is still in doubt.
Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners learned at their Jan. 10 workshop Lehigh County Commissioners at their Jan. 9 meeting again failed to approve the release of the Green Future Fund providing $1.06 million to park and trail projects in the county, including $160,400 for the Lindberg Park trail link to Lehigh Parkway, Allentown.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has approved a 2013 rate schedule that will result in overall toll-revenue growth of 3 percent. It entails a 10-percent toll increase for cash-paying customers and a 2-percent toll increase for those who pay with E-ZPass. With the increase, E-ZPass customers who currently see as much as a 17 percent savings on Turnpike tolls will save about 25 percent starting next year. The new rates became effective Jan. 6.
What a Zoning Hearing Board is and is not was the topic at a recent workshop in the Municipal Building.
The occasion was the discussion of the new township Zoning Ordinance, which is in the draft stage, according to Salisbury Township Director of Planning and Zoning Cynthia Sopka.
Key to the zoning ordinance update is to clarify it and make it easier to use.
"This is an opportunity for Cynthia [Sopka] to explain to you the new ordinance," Attorney Victor F. Cavacini, Zoning Hearing Board solicitor said.
The Lehigh Valley Chapter of Executive Women's International will hold their monthly meeting 5:30 p.m. at Morgan's Restaurant, Allentown.
The Emmaus Farmers Market will be open 10 a.m. to noon every other Sunday January through April. The market features fresh produce, meats, cheeses and much more.
The Hamilton Park Athletic Association will have open signups for all youth ages five to 15 interested in playing spring T-ball, baseball or girls softball 10 a.m. to noon Jan. 26 and Feb. 2 at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church, 140 South Ott St., Allentown.
For more information and a registration form, visit http://HPAAsports. org.
Governor Tom Corbett has filed a lawsuit against the National College Athletics Association on behalf of the commonwealth, railing against unjust penalizations and breaches of procedure in their implementation.
Corbett, after accepting the sanctions against the Penn State football team in July 2012, said in the complaint he's taken time to analyze the NCAA's decision and found it did not follow its own rules. He's declared the penalties "overreaching and unlawful" breaches of antitrust law.