Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites

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Morning Call: The story of Johann Sebastian Goundie, Bethlehem’s first brewer and first mayor

Next weekend (Sat. July 21 and Sun. July 22) at Bethlehem’s Blueberry Festival at the scenic Burnside Plantation, a couple of friends and I will be presenting a colonial beer making demonstration. My buddy, beer historian and Head Brewer at…

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Lehigh Valley Live: Bethlehem is making a time capsule. Here’s what should be in it.

Bethlehem just celebrated a big birthday -- its 275th -- and Historic Bethlehem Museum & Sites is building a community time capsule to be opened in 2068. Historic Bethlehem is about launch a new interactive exhibit celebrating and preserving the…

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City Suburban News: 31st Annual Blueberry Festival July 21 & 22

City Suburban News, Year 33, No. 43, July 11 - July 24, 2018 Special 2-Week Issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area. Read it here!

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Fig Bethlehem: 3 Reasons You Can’t Miss This Incredible Marketing Workshop

Lindsey Jancay is with Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites, who is one of Fig Bethlehem’s fabulous partners. Fig Bethlehem is sponsoring the Single Sisters Series, a program by Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites that features programming and events spotlighting various content related to…

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WDIY: Preserving Life Stories at the Moravian Single Sisters Series on LV Arts Salon

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites continues it’s Single Sisters Series with Preserving Life Stories, a July 1 workshop to be held at the Moravian Single Sisters House, created with memoirists Maria Canfield and Lisa Petrocelli of Your Words, Your Story.…

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Morning Call: 7 great Lehigh Valley food events in July

"You’ll love July if you consider yourself a foodie like I do. The seventh month of the year is jam-packed with delicious events — from new festivals to longstanding summer traditions, from anniversary celebrations to cooking classes. We picked seven…

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