Things to Do This Week In the Lehigh Valley!

6 Things to Do This Week in the Valley | March 4 – March 11

What is there to do in the Lehigh Valley this weekend? Check out these events happening in Easton, Allentown, Bethlehem and beyond.

East Penn Winter Restaurant Week

Another Valley restaurant week is in full swing! Now through Saturday, visit participating restaurants including Notch Modern Kitchen and Bar, Savory Grille, The Trapp Door Gastropub and more for specialty dine-in and curbside menu options! View them here.

Peacock Garden at Clover Hill

Clover Hill Vineyards & Winery has transformed its indoor space into an exclusive colorful wine experience, which they’ve dubbed as their Peacock Garden. For just $20, guests can enjoy a sampling of three delicious wines, a glass of wine of their choice, a stemless glass to keep and an $8 credit towards dining or more wine. The event series kicks off this Friday and continues through the end of the month, with two timeslots available—noon to 2 p.m. and 3–5 p.m. Groups of one to six can be accommodated, but seating is limited, so make your reservation by calling 610.395.2468.

Shamrock & Roll

This Friday, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a Shamrock & Roll hosted by Southside Arts District. Kicking off at 6 p.m., enjoy a full night of live music from Irish musicians! The festivities will start at Molly’s Irish Grille and Sports Pub, and from there, musicians will be stationed both indoors and outdoors throughout the district for an Irish Music Walk. Parents can also bring little ones to Color Me Mine for Leprechaun arts and crafts until 8 p.m.

First Friday

Head to the Banana Factory for their First Friday event from 6–9 p.m. Participants can enjoy guided gallery tours, glassblowing demonstrations and more. The event is free but advanced registration is required to manage capacity throughout the evening. In lieu of a hands-on art-making activity, to-go kits will be available for families.

National Pig Day

Join the Lehigh Valley IronPigs in celebrating National Pig Day at Coca-Cola Park this Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Clubhouse Store will be handing out free IronPigs yard signs and offering special discounts on merch. Also, make sure to take a socially distant selfie with the mascots during your visit!

Palette & Pour

This Saturday, enjoy indoor dining at the Capital BlueCross Creativity Commons with live music by Stefanie Johnson Duo on the Williams Brew Stage. There are still seatings available at 7:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. for up to four people. Check out the Palette and Pour menu here.

Say Cheese! at Stony Run Winery

Join Stony Run Winery on Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. as they welcome a guest bartender from Say Cheese! Handcrafted cocktails using Stony Run wines will be served as well as specialty food items from their menu. Seating is limited, so is it strongly encouraged that customers make a reservation in advance.

A Virtual Yoga Journey

Easton Yoga is hosting “A Virtual Journey Through the Chakras” via Zoom this Sunday at 3 p.m. This is an online yoga workshop designed to help individuals learn how to both calmly and effectively manage any stressors in their lives. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here.

Pysanky Egg Workshop

The Art Establishment is hosting a Pysanky Egg Workshop this Sunday at 1 p.m. Tickets are $40 per person with all materials included, so make sure to reserve a spot now before it’s too late to learn more about this beautiful art form. There will be another workshop session in March.

The Rise & Fall of Bethlehem Steel Walking Tour

Bethlehem Steel, once the 2nd largest steel producer in the country, helped build some of America's greatest landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge and the Chrysler Building. Discover the humble beginnings, monumental growth, and humbling decline of this 20th-century giant.

The one-hour walking tour along the Hoover-Mason Trestle--as close as you can get to the crucible of iron-and steel-making in America--features up-close views of the former steel plant and an in-depth look at the steel-making process and the roles the workers played in our country's history.

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