Call 610-782-3254 for locations.
Wednesday, January 29: Fish almondine, peas and pearl onions, scalloped potatoes, whole wheat dinner roll, apple bread pudding.
Thursday, January 30: Rotisserie chicken, green and wax beans, creamed corn, whole wheat dinner roll, fresh fruit salad.
Friday, January 31:Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, parslied carrots, whole wheat dinner roll, Greek yogurt.
Monday, February 3: Turkey sloppy joe, roasted red potatoes, vegetable barley soup, whole wheat dinner roll, chocolate chip cookie.
Call 610-829-4540 (ask operator for Area Agency on Aging) for locations or visit https://www.northamptoncounty.org/HS/AGING/Pages/default.aspx.
Wednesday, January 29: Baked meatloaf w/ gravy, roasted red potatoes, red beets, wheat bread w/ margarine, fresh blueberry fluff.
Thursday, January 30: Cream of tomato soup, chicken pot pie, peas and carrots, tossed greens w/ French dressing, fresh biscuit w/ margarine, tropical fruit.
Often the popular music of our time becomes the masterpieces for people living 200 years or more in the future. Music that we perhaps might consider as entertainment now could become the core orchestral repertoire of the next century.
Greensky over The Peak: Greensky Bluegrass is in concert, 8 p.m. Jan. 30, Penn’s Peak. Doors open at 7 p.m. Opening the concert is Ghost Light. Greensky, a five-piece American bluegrass-rock band founded in Kalamazoo, Mich., in mid-2000, includes Anders Beck, dobro; Michael Arlen Bont, banjo; Dave Bruzza, guitar; Mike Devol, upright bass, and Paul Hoffman, Mandolin. Greensky has released 10 studio albums, including the most recent, “All For The Money,” in 2019; “If Sorrows Swim,” bowing at No.
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) will offer a cooperative work experience for LCCC students at Walt Disney World, Orlando, Fla., or Disneyland, Anaheim, Calif., during the fall 2020 semester.
The co-op program allows students to earn six college credits as they spend one semester working, learning and living at Disney World or Disneyland. Since the program began in September 1989, more than 400 LCCC students have participated.
When I’m talking to new people at social events, they just go directly to the point and ask personal questions like, “What what are my plans after college?” I don’t want to come across as impolite. What do you say when you don’t want to answer a question?
When someone asks a question that you might interpret as impolite it conjures up uncomfortable emotions.
As if ice skaters dressed as Disney characters doing Salchow jumps and spins isn’t enough, Disney On Ice has piled on the spectacle for some eye-popping visuals in “Disney on Ice presents Celebrate Memories,” through Feb. 2, PPL Center, Allentown.
Skaters not only glide on the ice but they fly in the air. And not only does snow fall on the ice, but for one act, a section of the ice explodes in flames. Sparks fly, elaborate seaweed decorations fall from the ceiling and an outrigger “sails” across the ice.
Greensky Bluegrass is described as a rock band, jam band and bluegrass band.
“We are happy just to be ourselves,” says Anders Beck, who plays Dobro and lap steel in Greensky Bluegrass, in concert, 8 p.m., Jan. 30, Penn’s Peak, Jim Thorpe. Opening the concert is Ghost Light.
Greensky Bluegrass combines elements of all three genres of rock, jam and bluegrass, The band uses traditional acoustic instruments of guitar, mandolin, banjo, Dobro and acoustic bass. Many of the group’s songs lead into long instrumental jams.
Theatergoers never seem to get enough of Neil Simon plays.
Simon’s combination of humor and humanity might be best represented by his semi-autobiographical “Eugene Trilogy.” The second of the series, “Biloxi Blues,” opens Jan. 31 and continues weekends through Feb. 16 at The Pennsylvania Playhouse, Bethlehem.