Who would have thought that in one short Main Street, so much could be happening for kids and families? Wednesdays the Patchwork Players perform at 11:00 at the Colonial; on Tuesday mornings, free golf lessons are given to children at the Bethlehem Country Club from 9:30-12:00 and on Friday mornings at 8:30 for more advanced players. The public library has a summer reading program on Tuesdays at 11:00. On Sundays, the whole family can enjoy concerts at the Gazebo from 6-8 with hot dogs and hamburgers available. The playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, and skate park are all right off the Main Street. Of course, ice cream, donuts, and iced coffees beckon families for a little respite from the sun and fun. Saturday mornings the Farmer’s Market offers fresh vegetables, craft beer, and other locally crafted products. Put on your calendars August 12th for Old Home Day and Art Walk, when the town will be busting out with activities! I’m so glad to have my shop in this little town!
What a night to be in Bethlehem! From 5-7, at Love.Yarn.Shop. you can take a Christmas Ornament Class with Casey, sign up for Secret Santa Swap, and swing in to nibble, sip, and say “hi.” You’ll want to visit WREN to see the new gallery exhibit, Clay and Rock by Alison Dodd and Andrew Hepburn. At 7:00 it’s off to the Colonial Theatre for the Manhattan Short Film Festival.