Call 610-782-3254 for locations.
Wednesday, August 1: BBQ beef rib-a-que, roasted potatoes, green beans, banana.
Thursday, August 2: Pulled pork, warm bean salad, creamy spinach, applesauce.
Friday, August 3: Cheese ravioli with meatballs, Brussels sprouts, apricots.
Monday, August 6: Vegetable lasagna w/ meat sauce, Mediterranean vegetables, cinnamon apples.
Tuesday, August 7: Potato crusted fish, brown rice, peas and carrots, fresh orange.
Wednesday, August 8: Marinated chicken, Caesar salad, diced pears, oatmeal cookie.
Call 610- 829-4540 for locations or visit https://www.northamptoncounty.org/HS/AGING/Pages/default.aspx.
Wednesday, August 1: Chicken Kiev, rice pilaf, Scandinavian blend vegetables, wheat bread w/margarine, citrus breeze.
Thursday, August 2: Beer battered haddock, red quinoa hash browns w/spinach and cheese, seasoned carrots, wheat bread w/margarine, lemon meringue pie.
Friday, August 3: Orange juice, sausage sandwich w/ peppers and onions, macaroni salad, fresh nectarine.
No August senior menus were available prior to time of printing.
The Packard, featured car for the 55th annual Das Awkscht Fescht, Aug. 3-5, Macungie Memorial Park, Macungie, is legendary, from being one of the first gasoline-powered vehicles to powering military aircraft during World War I and II.
Das Awkscht Fescht is said to be the largest antique and classic car show in the United States, with 2,500 vehicles expected.
A “Friday Night Cruise to the Fescht,” is Aug. 3. There’s a “Car Corral” sales area; “Antique Auto Flea Market,” with 500 vendors; arts and crafts with 100 artisans; entertainment; food, and a fireworks display Aug. 4.
Q. My three-year-old grandson has become very aggressive. He hits and slaps his parents and angrily yells at them. I have told his parents that this is not appropriate behavior, and that they need to stop it. He does not try to hit me. He is an only child who has not been in child-care other than family. He does not try to hit me. What guidance can I give my son and daughter-in-law?
Dear Jacquelyn, I have a very good friend who is dealing with a chronic illness. I never know what to say or do when she is having a bad day. How do I show support for her without over stepping my boundaries? I want to be helpful, not cause her more stress.
For her latest album, Nellie McKay returns to one of her favorite “books,” the Great American Songbook.
And she gives a nod to one of her favorite classic movies.
McKay performs selections from “Sister Orchid,” 8 p.m. Aug. 4, Sellersville Theatre 1894, Sellersville, Bucks County.
After several concerts in New York City, including SummerStage, Central Park, and a four-day series. Sept. 19-22 at Birdland, McKay returns to her home turf of the Poconos, for a concert at the Deer Head Inn, Sept. 29.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Dreamgirls” is rarely staged by local community theaters because its musical complexity, casting demands and vocal challenges can easily turn into a director’s nightmare.
It’s not so easy on the performers, either.
That didn’t stop Northampton Community College Summer Theatre Director Bill Mutimer from choosing the Motown-inspired musical as the last show of his impressive summer season where “Dreamgirls” continues through Aug. 5.
All’s Well That Ends Well.
It’s one of William Shakespeare many titles and phrases that have entered the lexicon.
“All’s Well That Ends Well,” primary source material for the phrase, on stage through Aug. 5, brings down the curtain on the 2018 Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (PSF) at DeSales University, Center Valley.
There is no curtain to bring down or up in the three-quarter round Schubert Theatre. Nor is there a director, scenic designer, costume desiger, lighting designer, or sound designer.
“Crazy For You,” through Aug. 12, Pennsylvania Playhouse, Bethlehem, is one of those feel-good, toe-tapping shows not unlike the wildly-popular romantic musical comedy movies of the 1930s.
That’s because “Crazy For You,” which premiered on Broadway in 1992, is based heavily on George and Ira Gershwin’s 1930s hit “Girl Crazy.”