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WDIY: Local Partnerships Seek to Spark Community Dialogue Through Two Events

Local partnerships between Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites, the Allentown Art Museum and the Esther M. Lee African American Heritage Center are looking to challenge assumptions and spark community dialogue in the Lehigh Valley as part of the Design After Dark: Community Curated series. WDIY's…

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WFMZ: Local Partnerships bring opportunities for community dialogue in the Lehigh Valley

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites (HBMS) announced two events of community and conversation will occur for the Design After Dark: Community Curated series. This adult programming series features experiences produced by creatives with strong ties to the Lehigh Valley, officials…

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US Park Service: July-Dec International Bulletin

Another nomination project was kicked off in August 2021 when the Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks, Shannon Estenoz, authorized that the Moravian Bethlehem district in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania participate in a multi-country nomination of 18th century Moravian Church…

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WFMZ: Historic Bethlehem Museums, Sites receives Bethlehem Historic District Association’s House Tour

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites (HBMS) announced it is a recipient of the Bethlehem Historic District Association’s (BHDA) Holiday House Tour. Alan Lowcher, Mark Nebbia, and Holly Sachdev from the BHDA presented a check to Barry Pell, Charlene Donchez Mowers,…

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Times News: Putzing around the Valley

he Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites Putz Trail sends visitors to five sites, each featuring a “putz.” These traditional Moravian decorative displays used around Christmastime get their name from “putzen,” a German term, meaning “to decorate” or “to embellish.” The…

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Bucks County Herald: By the Way: The star of Bethlehem

The light of Bethlehem’s Christmas star high on South Mountain doesn’t quite reach Upper Bucks but it can be seen for more than 20 miles north of the city. It’s become an icon for the three-centuries-old city nestled in the…

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