quakertown farmers market
The Quakertown Farmers Market, 201 Station Road, Quakertown, is holding its 23rd annual winter coat drive now through Oct. 21.
Gently used coats which are clean and still in good repair can be brought to the office located at Exit #4.
All collected coats will be given to the Salvation Army to help needy neighbors stay warm this winter.
For more information, call 215-536-9019.
The YMCA offers a variety of recital classes for children of all ages. Classes range from Mommy & Me to Princess Ballet to various levels of Hip Hop & Acro, all culminating with an end of the year recital in June.
The eight month dance program is for boys and girls, and no one is turned away due to inability to pay. Financial assistance is offered to qualified applicants. YMCA dance is offered at six locations in the Lehigh Valley.
For more information or questions, contact the YMCA dance director, Patty Randolph at 610-264-5221 or email email@example.com.
On Sept. 12 the Lower Milford Township Zoning Hearing Board will hear the final arguments for Docket 09-02, Geryville Materials, Inc.
Docket 09-02 first came before the ZHB in July 2009 with a request for a special exception for the operation of a quarry, asphalt plant, concrete plant and other accessory uses. Over the last nine years, 62 hearings have been held. Geryville Materials, Inc is the equitable owner of eight parcels, totaling 628.483 acres.
The East Penn School District and the Emmaus High School guidance department will host the inaugural 2018 Career Exploration Fair Oct. 4.
The event is open to all Lehigh Valley fifth to 12th grade students and focuses on degree and non-degree professions. Students will have an opportunity to speak with over 50 career professionals who will share what path they took, the education required and what a typical day looks like within their fields.
The American Heart Association will hold the 2018 Lehigh Valley Heart Walk Sept. 22 at SteelStacks, 101 Founders Way.
Registration and festivities begin 10:30 a.m. The 2 1/2 mile walk around the SteelStacks complex begins noon.
Activities will include free CPR demonstrations, healthy snacks, activities for kids and live entertainment. Organizers have set a $350,000 goal to support the American Heart Association. Walkers who raise a minimum of $100 will receive a Heart Walk T-shirt and the opportunity to earn additional prizes.
State Sen. Pat Browne, R-16th, will hold his annual Kids Discovery Expo 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Da Vinci Science Center, 3145 Hamilton Boulevard Bypass, Allentown, rain or shine.
This free expo, which is open to the public, will provide valuable information on numerous programs and services that are available from government, community, nonprofit and corporate groups throughout the area.
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION/ AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION, Bethlehem, is looking for volunteers for their 2018 Lehigh Valley Heart Walk Sept. 22. Volunteers are needed 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Help is needed to set up, man tents, water stations and walk route as well as cleanup. Lunch will be provided. Event will be held at ArtsQuest SteelStacks on Founders Way. Call Andrea King at 484-245-6262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Museum of Industrial History will hold a gala event 6 p.m. Sept. 6 at DeSales University Center Station Ave., Center Valley.
Father Daniel G. Gambet, O.S.F.S., President Emeritus of DeSales University, will be honored for his vision, leadership and dedication to NMIH and the Lehigh Valley community.
The fundraising event supports NMIH museum’s exhibits, educational programs, operations and the care and preservation of its collections.
The evening includes a cocktail reception, dinner, a silent auction and performances.
STOCKINGS FOR SOLDIERS
The Lehigh Valley Press invites readers to share some of the warmth of the yuletide season with Keystone Military Families and their Stocking for Soldiers program.
Keystone Military Families’ mission is to provide caring support for deployed military members in all branches of service to our country; no matter where they are stationed in the world. “Our troops give us the freedom to be safe in our homes,” Keystone Military Families said.
The Celtic Classic will hold several Celtic themed contests during the annual festival Sept. 28 through 30 at the event grounds, bordered by Main, Lehigh, Spring and Conestoga streets, Bethlehem.
There will be a Celtic fiddling styles challenge 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sept. 29 in the Charles A. Brown Ice House.
There will be a poetry competition with three entry levels, third through sixth grades, seventh through 12th grades and adult. Submissions must be original works by the person entering the contest.