We'll be planting trees again this fall. And we’d like you to join us on Saturday October 6, at 9am at the Lehigh Gap Nature Center. We’ll be planting 520 seedlings along the Lehigh River and D&L trail, just south of the Gap.
We've partnered with PPL, Lehigh County Parks, and Pennsylvania DCNR's TreeVitalize program on the project.
Hosts Jack Adams welcomes Patrick Brogan of ArtsQuest, and musician Craig Thatcher to the program to discuss The Blast Furnace Blues Festival, happening September 14-16 at the ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem.
This program, hosted by Annie Prince and Bruce Wilson, features Erin Frederick talking about Know Your Watershed Days. The weekend-long event, happening September 14-16, was developed to educate residents about the watersheds they live in, and what they can do to help protect their natural resources.
Leaders of Public Media serving Representative Charlie Dent's district, together with local champions, met with the Congressman to discuss the community services they provide, and the future of federal funding that enables these services.
Left to right on the photo: Jamie Musselman, Charles Marcon, Rep. Charlie Dent, Kathleen Pavelko (WITF), Roger LaMay (WXPN), Bill Marrazzo (WHYY), Tim Fallon (WLVT), Bill Dautremont-Smith (WDIY).
Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Dr. Bruce Ellsweig, Vice Chairman for Community Practices at Lehigh Valley Health Network and Anita Desai, Executive Director of Hope's Journey of the Greater Lehigh Valley. They discuss the impact of debilitating childhood illness, not only on the children but also upon parents and families. They also explain the resources and services provided by Hope's Journey of the Greater Lehigh Valley, through the Lehigh Valley Health Network.
Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has a problem. Actually, like all mayors trying to make their cities viable in Pennsylvania, the mayor has big problems. Having cut city spending to the bone, he still has major obligations such as meeting its pension obligations for retired city workers. So Mayor Pawlowski is proposing some bold measures, including unloading some major operations to private and/or outside interests. Join host Alan Jennings as he welcomes the Mayor to Lehigh Valley Discourse to discuss plans for the city.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Dina Hall performs live during The Blend on WDIY on Thursday, August 2. She was in the studio to promote her upcoming performance at Musikfest, happening at 6:30pm on Saturday, August 5 at Liederplatz in North Bethlehem. She'll be performing with her band The Backbeat that night.