→ PICTURES: Canal Boat Dinner Cruise in Easton – themorningcall.com
Follow the link above to see some photos from the August 26th cruise at the National Canal Museum which focused on the history of the Lehigh Canal…
… beginning with its construction in 1827 from Mauch Chunk to Easton, through its peak years in 1855 when 1.3 million tons of anthracite coal was transported on the Lehigh and Delaware canals. Richard Pawling, owner of History Alive!, entertained the 90 guests with traditional 19th century music and storytelling.
If you missed this cruise on the mule powered Josiah White ll don’t fret, there is another one on Sep. 27th with the theme of “Big Industry and Big Bands”. Go here for more information.
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→ Sigal Museum to host community educational historical events in June and July - themorningcall.com
There are two PA Dutch culture related events listed here that caught my eye but others will be of ...
UPDATE: You can see pictures from Aug. 23, 2014 canal cruise here.
→ Easton's canal boat dinner cruises offer a taste of history - Morning Call
The dinner cruises on the Lehigh ...
→ Crayola Experience in Easton: Attractions you shouldn't miss | lehighvalleylive.com
→ Wine Spectator Magazine lauds Lehigh Valley, Hunterdon County restaurants in international wine awards - lehighvalleylive.com
→ Tallarico's Chocolates to open new store in Easton - lehighvalleylive.com
Second location in the Deitscherei, first one is in Bethlehem. Can't have too many locally owned and operated chocolatiers right? ...
→ Waxing lyrical: Inside the colourful Crayola factory where 12million crayons are made from 100,000lbs of paraffin wax every day | Daily Mail Online
→ Crayola Experience to stay open seven days a week - lehighvalleylive.com
I've been to the Crayola Experience twice and have had a good experience both times. The space is huge with multiple ...
→ Dining Guide: Discovering Easton's best-kept breakfast secrets - lehighvalleylive.com
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→ Haunted Hugh Moore Park coming later this month | lehighvalleylive.com
This will be a family oriented Halloween attraction with much to do for children including a ride on the Josiah ...
→ Easton's Bacon Fest draws thousands for chocolate-dipped and other bacon treats - The Morning Call
Foodstruck York to feature 50 food trucks, music, beer in September - FlipSidePA.com
More than 50 food trucks and carts, local merchants, live music and beer are coming to Penn Park ...
→ The Lehigh Valley's craft beer scene comes of age
If your into craft brew you might want to plan a beercation to the Lehigh Valley. This article is filled with info ...
→ Easton Heritage Day draws thousands celebrating city's history, resurgence | lehighvalleylive.com
Clam Jam to return in August to Easton - lehighvalleylive.com
Check the website for updates.
Monterey Bay Aquarium developer hired for Easton Da Vinci Science City
Local Links | May 5, 2015
Sigal Museum to host PA Dutch Pow-wow and music cultural talks
Easton’s Josiah White ll canal boat dinner cruises offer a taste of history
VIDEO | Crayola Experience in Easton: Attractions you shouldn’t miss
Wine Spectator Magazine lauds Lehigh Valley restaurants in international wine awards
Tallarico’s Chocolates to open new store in Easton
Inside the colourful Crayola factory in Easton PA where 12million crayons are made every day
Crayola Experience to stay open seven days a week; Alert staff found my lost child
Dining Guide: Discovering Easton’s best-kept breakfast secrets
PHOTOS | The Crayola Experience – Easton, PA
Haunted Hugh Moore Park coming later this month
Photos: Easton’s Bacon Fest draws thousands for chocolate-dipped and other bacon treats
Local Links | May 14, 2015
The Lehigh Valley’s craft beer scene comes of age
VIDEO | 37th annual Easton Heritage Day draws thousands
2015 Clam Jam to return in August to Easton