Eyer Middle School, 5616 Buckeye Road, Macungie, will present “Getting to Know…Once Upon A Mattress” 7 p.m. March 8 and 9 and 2 and 7 p.m. March 10.
“Getting to Know…Once Upon A Mattress” is part of the “Getting to Know” series with music by Mary Rodgers, lyrics by Marshall Barer and the book by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller and Barer.
The musical comedy is an adaptation of “The Princess and The Pea” with a couple of surprises and is appropriate for all age groups.
To order apple dumplings, shoo-fly pies and funny cakes during the Emmaus Historical Society’s fundraiser, call the museum at 610-966-6591 and leave a message with name, phone number and quantity ordered. The phone number listed in the March column was incorrect. We apologize for the error.
During the Feb. 20 Macungie Borough Council meeting, Council member Roseann Scheicher raised the issue of member presence at meetings. She noted when council meetings are not attended by its members, it is difficult to carry on with business, especially when there is not a quorum.
The last borough council meeting ended with unfinished business due to lack of a quorum with two loyal council members sick while two others with a bad attendance record did not attend again. This becomes a costly problem.
Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club will hold its meeting 7:30 p.m. in the Bethlehem Township Community Center, 2900 Farmersville Road, Bethlehem. The program, “Common Mode Noise Problems and Solutions” will be presented by Ken/KB3MDT. Hams and others interested are always welcome. For directions, visit http://goo.gl/maps/qKUJC. For more information, visit www.dlarc.org or call 610-432-8286.
Whatever one may wish to be, dreams and imagination often provide an escape from reality for a moment.
Eventually, however, everyone learns to appreciate whatever one already has.
Stagemakers at the J presented “Alice in Wonderland Jr.,” an enchanting musical about a girl named Alice who escapes into a world of her own imagination she believes will be better than where she is currently.
After having several madcap adventures with a variety of colorful characters, Alice eventually discovers the grass is not always greener on the other side.
Allentown Fire Chief Lee Laubach Jr. and Arson K-9, Judge, were the hot items on the agenda Feb. 1 at the monthly meeting of AARP Chapter 5415.
The fire safety presentation at St. Timothy’s Church, Allentown, provided the senior citizens with information on how Judge can actually sniff out a potential fire before it begins.
Judge demonstrated his skills by sniffing through a line of aluminum cans in search of the one containing an accelerant.
When Judge found the accelerant, he indicated the find to Laubach and was rewarded with a treat.