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Laini’s List of 9 Things to Do This Weekend in the Lehigh Valley

So much art this weekend. Opening receptions to attend, performances to see. And another kind of art that you can be a part of, creating your community.

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By Laini Abraham

1. Artist Reception for Jeremy Siedt’s Corrosive Interactions

Saturday from 6:30 to 10 pm, New Vox Gallery, 425 Wyandotte St., Bethlehem

From the event’s Facebook event page: Jeremy’s paintings explore the boundaries and potential of corrosive metals in painting. Exploring each individual metal’s property, amazing results of color and movement can occur during the process of corrosion.

 

2. Battle of the Bands

Doors open at 6:30, Show starts at 7:30, The Family YMCA of Easton, Phillipsburg & Vicinity, 1225 W. Lafayette St., Easton

The classic musical showdown for teens in Grades 6-12. School ID is required to attend. $5.00 per person admission fee. Contact Mike Kennedy at 610-258-6158 ext. 12 for more information.

 

3. Dancing with Bach – Baroque, Blue & Brilliant

Sunday at 3 pm, Baker Hall, Zoellner Arts Center, Lehigh University

From The Bach Choir of Bethlehem’s website: Performing with The Bach Choir and Bach Festival Orchestra, this year’s dance partners include the Muhlenberg College Dancers, director Corrie Cowart; and the Dance Program of the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Performing Arts, director Kimberly Maniscalco.

 

4. The Outlet Unplugged

Friday from 8 to 10 pm, Soft Machine Gallery, 725 N. 15th St., Ste. 7, Allentown

A night of music and the comedic stylings of Tyler Rothrock. Sign-ups are at 7:30pm and show starts at 8pm.

 

5. Colors of India

Friday from 5 to 8 pm, Kalanirvana, EASTON, Host: JLima Art Studio Gallery, 308 N. 10th St., Easton

Photographs and paintings by Indian and American artists. A ‘World Art Critics’ Initiative. Curated by Ashis Pahi.

 

6. A March Against Violence and Homelessness – A Stand Against Poverty

Saturday from 12 to 3 pm, 333 Hamilton St., Allentown

From the event’s Facebook event page: The purpose of this event is to highlight the confusion, chaos, and trauma that is overtaking the City of Allentown and beyond. Individuals, groups, and organizations will meet at 12:00 noon at 333 Hamilton St. (Catch 22 Nightclub) and walk on the sidewalk, in an orderly fashion, to Allentown City Hall. There will be brief speeches and homage paid to those who are or have suffered due to homelessness and violence.

 

7. Here’s to Hearts!

Saturday from 7 to 11 pm, Cosmopolitan, 22 N. 6th St., Allentown

From Cosmopolitan’s website: Please join us a this exciting heart-worthy event benefiting the American Heart Association for drinks, music, dancing, goodie bags for the first 100 guests, Bobbi Brown makeovers, and much more!

 

8. Music for MS

Sunday from 2 to 4 pm, Trinity Church, 235 Spring Garden St., Easton

From the event’s Facebook event page: I will be performing with Dolores Dillon-Howlett (viola), Elaine Christy (harp), and Dale Grandfield (piano & organ). The program includes pieces by Bloch, Debussy, Puccini, Sondheim, Taktakishvili, and Vierne.

 

9. Litter Pick-Up and Invasive Species Removal at Cedar Creek Parkway

Saturday from 12 to 2 pm, The Rose Garden at Cedar Creek Parkway, Allentown

From the event’s Facebook event page: A year of heavy flooding and frequent usage have left the Grow Zone (riparian buffer) full of litter. That means, It’s go time folks! We will meet at the Stone House near the Rose Garden and go through the riparian zone picking up litter and cleaning up the area!

 

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7 Responses

02.24.12

Great list as always 🙂 After receiving Laini’s kind permission I’d like to inform everyone of two more events to END your weekend with. On Sunday night (jazz/electric night) at The Funhouse I’ll be debuting a brand new band, VELVET MOUSTACHE. It’s an experimental THREE KEYBOARD lineup (Jason Hedrington of Wandering Root and Insidious Rays; Brad Murray of Start Making Sense and Stereo Agency; Nick Levinos of Sleepy Dickens, Ooftah Boys and solo fame). 6 keyboards total, one drummer, ALL IMPROV.

Monday at Midnight is also the DEBUT of a new call-in talk show on WLVR (91.3), SAORSA RADIO, dealing with local issues and beyond. First episode will deal–among other things–with parking issues in the Valley, especially the BPA.

Thanks for the forum, Laini!

02.24.12

Sounds great, Jason! You are always welcome to post events here. It is open to everyone. Post away! The call-in talk show on LVR sounds awesome. Maybe I can take a little name so I can stay up late. Will it be taped?

02.24.12

For anyone who doesn’t know about the List of 9 SmartSite, just text “LLPG” to 55678 and save the site to your phone’s homescreen. Then you can access the list of 9 anytime, from any place. Pretty cool!

Lani,
what a shame we missed making your list– here’s a very cool event happening this Sunday- David Godlis at the Allentown Art Museum– check it out-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9WTiZf3R2E

02.24.12

Love Laini’s Lists!

CHERYL WHEELER is playing tonight at Listen Live Music, and local songstress DINA HALL opens! 8pm, at the Macungie Institute, 510 E. Main St., Macungie. Doors open at 7:30 – tickets are only $20. Easy free lot and street parking. Get there early – this may sell out!

LLM is a 501(c)(3) community music organization, 100% volunteer run! Please visit our website for more info.

Thanks Laini for the plug! Hope to see everyone there next month!

02.24.12

Sorry to hear you think it’s boring, Butch. What kind of events do you think would make it less boring? I’m always open to ideas. Thanks for your comment.

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