3 Things to Do in Historic Bethlehem this Spring

Fed up with this miserable weather? Yearning for sunny skies and flower blossoms? While the weather can’t seem to make up its mind, here are 3 fun things to do in Historic Bethlehem that will brighten your day! Take a walk through Bethlehem’s storied past at the Time...

6 Vendors You Do Not Want to Miss at Bethlehem Vegfest

You do not want to miss the tasty food and treats at this year’s VegFest! Sandwiches, burgers, chimichangas, frozen banana sundaes, pastries, and more at VegFest taking place on July 14th from 11 am to 6 pm. The new location is at the Daniel Rice Field- 100W...

100 Concerts with The Bach Choir of Bethlehem

Since 1898, The Bach Choir of Bethlehem has been a vital and dynamic part of the city’s – and the region’s – cultural landscape. The annual Bethlehem Bach Festival is the heart of the season but the Choir performs year round, including in schools and in the community...

2018 Places to Go and People to Meet in Downtown Bethlehem

Looking for a date night out? You should check out Bethlehem – no, it’s not just the Christmas City or the place where Jesus was born. It’s a bustling town with over 65,000 residents, where you can find a lot of restaurants, shopping, night life and history all within...

Add a Twist to Your Next Company Retreat

Escape rooms are a new form of live, interactive entertainment that has been taking the whole world by storm. These games challenge teams of 2-10 players to “escape” a thematic room within 60 minutes. Each game has a story line, goal, or objective that players must...

Bach in Bethlehem

Some Lehigh Valley residents may not know J.S. Bach’s music was performed for the very first time in this country in Bethlehem at Central Moravian Church, starting with the Mass in B Minor in 1900 and the Christmas Oratorio in 1901. Our very own Bach Choir of...