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The Morning Call: The star of Bethlehem Community Day? It’s historic sites

Blanca Cabrera wasn't all that interested in building a small replica out of planed wood when she first arrived Saturday at Lukenbach Mill for Bethlehem's Community Day, But by the time the 11-year-old Bethlehem resident had built one, she was…

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Lehigh Valley Live: Stuff Your Pie Hole

Each July, Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites hosts its blueberry festival at Burnside Plantation, 1499 Schoenersville Rd.. This year marks the 30th year of the festival. Read More Lehigh Valley Live

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The Morning Call: Bethlehem Community Day: Learn about history

Join Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites Saturday for a free day of fun, exploration and learning. During its annual Community Day 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the 1750 Smithy and Luckenbach Mill in the Colonial Industrial Quarter, discover how…

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Lehigh Valley Live: Exhibit of a slice of Bethlehem life set to open

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites is gearing up for the May 14 unveiling of the "Bethlehem Back When" exhibition, a selection of photos displayed on the second floor of the Luckenbach Mill. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a…

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Lehigh Valley Live: Brew Works crafting Bethlehem’s anniversary ale

Bethlehem will have its very own celebration ale to commemorate its 275th anniversary. Beer historian Christopher Bowen and Fegley's Brew Works brew master Beau Baden joined forces to develop Goundie's Old Monocacy Ale, a brew derived from an 1815 brewing…

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The Morning Call: All dolled up: Party recalls beloved Bethlehem woman who inspired rag doll in her name

BETHLEHEM — Polly Heckewelder wasn't able to attend the tea party held Sunday afternoon in her honor, but the beloved figure from Bethlehem's past was there in spirit — and in doll form. read more from MCall  

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