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Three Great Lehigh Valley Events This Week

In Pop Culture!, The Lehigh Valley on June 11, 2014 at 7:41 am

The summer season is roaring to a start in the Lehigh Valley!  Here are some of the top events you don’t want to miss this week:

Weyerbacher Wednesdays – Centre Square, Easton
(4 p.m. – 8 p.m.)

craft beer tasting, Weyerbacher tasting, sample craft beer, Lehigh Valley beer scene, Easton breweriesThe Easton Farmers Market hosts a special Wednesday edition featuring music, crafts, food vendors and beer sampling.  Find unique jewelry and locally sourced goods or spend the evening looking for an excuse to talk to strangers about their dogs.  The choice is yours!

If you can’t make tonight’s event, fear not! Weyerbacher Wednesdays run from June – September in downtown Easton.

Southside Film Festival – Southside, Bethlehem
(Tuesday – Saturday, showings vary)

independent film festivals, Pennsylvania film festivals, Lehigh Valley film festivals, independent films around the world, Bethlehem’s Southside Film Festival opened its 11th year with The Bachelor Weekend, a comedy about a quiet man pressured into a raucous weekend camping trip before his wedding.  The film earns bonus points for being Irish and featuring Andrew Scott as the groom’s best friend.

Southside Film Festival screens numerous independent films in three venues across Bethlehem’s south side until Saturday.  This year, the film festival is partnering with several Bethlehem restaurants to provide discounted meals to attendees.

Two movies make their worldwide premiere at this year’s festival.  Check the screening schedule for more details!

The PA Playhouse presents To Kill a Mockingbird – Bethlehem
(Thursday – Sunday, showings vary)

Lehigh Valley theatre, PA Playhouse showings, local theatres in LVPA, Join the Pennsylvania Playhouse for its final weekend performance of To Kill a Mockingbird.  Inspired by Harper Lee’s classic novel and based on Christopher Sergel’s play, TKAM is a Lehigh Valley must-see.

The Pennsylvania Playhouse is a small, non-profit organization with an intimate theatre and a friendly atmosphere.  The creative stage crew, along with local actors and directors from across the Lehigh Valley, bring theatre to life for audiences year round.

If you miss the final performances of To Kill a Mockingbird, come back at the end of July when the PA Playhouse hosts Annie Get Your Gun.

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