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Laini’s List of 9 Things To Do in the Lehigh Valley This Weekend – February 4, 5 & 6

Happy February! There’s a lot to do in the Lehigh Valley this weekend. And that’s not even counting the Super Bowl!

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1. First Friday

Friday from 6 to 1o pm, Throughout SouthSide Bethlehem

Hard to believe it’s a new month but it is! This is February’s First Friday. Take advantage of the lull before the storm to get out and mingle, maybe even buy some early V-Day gifts.  Locally, of course. Hallmark may have invented this holiday but that doesn’t mean you need to shop there!

2. Be in a Music Video!

Saturday from 5 to 9 pm, Third St. Alliance, 41 N. 3rd St., Easton

From the facebook event page: “The Great White Caps will be filming an on stage performance and we need you to be there! Join us for the video shoot and stick around for a free set afterwards. Dancers will be joining us on stage. This is free and just around the corner… if you missed us recently than this is your only chance to come see us for a while! Please pass this along, tell your friends, tell your parents, tell your kids… we hope to fill the place and have a really good time… the only way we know how, surf rock!”

3. Pearly Baker’s Super Bowl of Chili

Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm, Pearly Baker’s Ale House, 11 Centre Square, Easton

Whether or not you care about the actual game, this is the place to be on Sunday before the game!  $5 gets you in to sample over 15 different restaurants’ versions of this game-day staple. All proceeds will benefit the Easton Farmers’ Market.

4. Bethlehem Restaurant Week – Extended!

Through February 1oth, Participation Restaurants throughout Bethlehem

The most delicious week of winter has been extended! If the snow and ice kept you from getting out last week, do not fear . . . it’s still here!

5. Vote for Bethlehem to Win Its Share of $5 Million!

From now until February 7, vote, and vote often! Click here to vote in the Reader’s Digest “We Here You America” contest. Search for zip code ‘18018’. You can vote 10 times in a row each day! Vote 10 times every day from now until February 7.

6. House of Chen’s Annual Chinese New Year Celebration

Friday and Saturday from 5 to 9 pm, House of Chen, 732 Hamilton St., Allentown

Happy Chinese New Year! Celebrate this Year of the Rabbit, 4709, with what looks to be an amazing Chinese dinner. Please call 610.439.1330 for reservations for reservations as seating is limited.

7. The Great Lehigh Valley Antique Show

Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm, Merchants Square Mall, 1901 S. 12th St., Allentown

Dealers from a three-State area. Enjoy over 10,000 square feet of Antiques ranging from the 1880’s—1960’s for show and sale. Browse through Linens, Depression Glass, Fine and Costume Jewelry, Pottery, Vintage Purses, Porcelain, Primitives, Vintage Books, Antique Glass and China, Roseville, Victorian items, Dolls, Trains, Furniture and more. View and purchase items of the past.

8. Kids and Family Jam Time

Saturdays at 11 am, 6th Street Gallery, Musselman Arts Center, 601 W. Hamilton St., Allentown

This Saturday morning 45-minute class with Drum Circle Facilitator Maureen “Moe” Jerant is a rhythm party where you’re allowed to make plenty of noise! All the drum and percussion equipment is provided, you just bring the family for a fun-filled morning of rhythm. No experience is necessary!

9. The Book of Love

Matinées: Thursday and Sunday, Evening Shows: Friday and Saturday, Pines Dinner Theatre, 448 N. 17th St., Allentown

Fall in love all over again with this award-winning musical comedy about catching, and keeping the perfect mate. From the first date to wedding day jitters, The Book of Love takes you on that crazy road of love and laughter.

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