Month: March 2017

Easter Egg Hunts in the Lehigh Valley

  We put together a list of some of the Lehigh Valley Easter Egg Hunts for you.   Spring Fling Easter Celebration and Egg Hunt Saturday April 1st Location: Emmanuel E.C. Church 75 E. Union Blvd. Bethlehem, PA 18018 Time: 9:45AM – 12:30PM Ages 2-12 yrs, no cost More info: Tatamy Borough Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday April 8th (Rain date April 9th) Location: Braden’s Park, 3520 Sullivan Trail Easton, PA 18040 Time: 1PM-4PM The Outlets at Sands Bethlehem Community Easter Saturday April 8th Location: 77 Sands Blvd. Bethlehem, PA 18015 Time: 10AM – 1PM Infant to 4...

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Vanpool Service Begins May 2017

The Wolf administration has expanded its Vanpool service for workers to assist disabled Americans. “Transportation to and from work could be a deciding factor whether someone is able to work or not.” stated Govenor Wolf. ADA-accessible vanpools will be eligible for a monthly subsidy of $1200.00 per van and also $400.00 per month subsidy after the 3rd year. Approved vanpools will be offered an initial 50% cost incentive; up to $800.00 per vanpool a month based ont he van size and that it is phased out over 3 years for non-ADA accessible vanpools. To qualify, you must be a...

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Regional Opening Day of Trout Season kicks off April 1st

  For those that enjoy fishing, it’s that time of year again!  Regional Opening Day of Trout Season kicks off this weekend!   HARRISBURG, Pa. (March 28) – With great weather greeting kids and their mentors this past weekend for Mentored Youth Trout Fishing Day, anglers in 18 southeastern counties are warmed up and ready to kick off a new fishing season on Saturday, which marks the regional opening day of trout season. All along creeks and lake shorelines, anglers and their friends and families will wait at their favorite spots for the official 8 a.m. start and an...

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Crayola will be retiring an iconic color for the first time

Crayola will be retiring an iconic color from their 24-count Crayon box for the first time in their 100 plus year  history.    They will retire the color on National Crayon Day! National Crayon Day takes place March 31, 2017. You can RSVP to their live stream event on March 31st and find out #Whosleaving. For more information and to RSVP,  please click on the link below. You can also share a pic of your favorite color! You can also join the event on their facebook page by going to the following link:

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Signs of Spring

Now that Spring is here, what are some of the things you enjoy?  Is it the birds singing or the beautiful flowers on the trees? Spring is a time of year when everything starts to come alive again.  It’s a beautiful season of the year.  As the days get warmer, try to get outdoors and enjoy nature.     Read about 5 Signs of Spring taken from an article in the Nature Conservancy.  You can read the article in the link below.

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