St. Nick's kitchen crew is planning a Sunday breakfast for 8:45 a.m.-1 p.m. June 2.
Choose either a scrambled eggs platter or a stack of pancakes. Both choices come with baked ham, home fries, homemade sweet bread and unlimited coffee or a glass of juice.
The children's menu for ages 12 and under will offer three pancakes and juice or, for ages 6 and under, frosted flakes and juice.
All are invited to enjoy a delicious alternative to a fast-food breakfast, with family friendly pricing.
Christ Church of Bath, United Church of Christ, 109 Chestnut St., will be hosting a basket social May 17, 18 and 19.
Tickets will be available at the social. The doors will be open for viewing and ticket purchases on Friday, May 17 from 4 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, May 18 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Sunday, May 19 from noon to 3 p.m. The drawing will begin at 4 p.m. on May 19.
Contact Rachel Rasley at 484-892-1692 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Christ Church Little Moore, Route 946, will be hosting a Hawaiian dinner on Saturday, May 18.
The Bertsch-Hokendauqua-Catasauqua Watershed Association will sponsor a day of watershed education and music for children and their families at the Kreidersville Covered Bridge Park, 100 Covered Bridge Road, Allen Township, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, June 1.
The program is free and no registration is required.
Assumption BVM Roman Catholic Church, East 22nd Street and Washington Avenue, will host a breakfast Sunday, May 19, 8:30 a.m.-noon.
This will be the last breakfast until October.
There is a cost.
For more information, call 610-262-2559.
Mark your calendar for the church's annual picnic, set for Sept. 8 at Egypt Memorial Park. Watch this column for details.
The annual Wynnewood Estates family garage sale will be held 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, May 25.
More than 50 families will be participating.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Fourth and Pine streets, Catasauqua, will hold a Community Day yard sale 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, May 18.
Food, a moon bounce, face painting and child identification will also be available during the sale.
Proceeds from the event benefit Mrs. Nothstein's Helping Hands organization.
For more information, contact Chris Held at 484-357-6351.
The next Old Home Week 2014 committee meeting is tonight, May 16, at the American Legion on Second Street at 7 p.m.
Street names mark the character of a community such as Coplay.
The Coplay grid was kept simple; Front, Second, Third and Fourth streets ran north to south and were numbered in sequence to 12th Street on the west end.
The town's main artery is Chestnut Street, which runs east to west the entire length of the town. It starts at Ruch Street on the west and continues to Front Street on the east at the Coplay-Northampton Bridge.
A fondness for trees is also evident in street names such as Cherry, Maple, Oak and Poplar.
Mr. James Keefer was reared in Bath, one of 11 children graduating from Northampton High School in 1972.
"I was in the construction class at Bethlehem Vo-Tech," Jim says. "We built a home from the foundation to completion, learning all the aspects of construction under the excellent supervision of our instructors Angelo DeAngelis and Bob Keifer. The course taught me skills I have used on my job and in constructing my own home."
Jim applied this training in working on stores in the Lehigh Valley, Westgate Mall and the Easton 25th Street Shopping Center.
The Coplay Recreation and Welfare Association's community food bank will receive a major boost in inventory.
The National Association of Mail Carriers will hold its annual Stamp Out Hunger campaign.
Residents recently received a brown shopping bag which they are asked to fill. The mail carriers will pick up the bags when they make their rounds of homes on Saturday. Assisting the carriers are volunteers from Coplay Recreation & Welfare. AARP is also involved.
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church choir, 417 Howertown Road, will sponsor an Armed Forces Day Salute May 18 at 6:30 p.m. with St. Paul's Night of Music.
Choral groups from across the Lehigh Valley will perform patriotic music.
A free will offering will benefit the Catasauqua Food Bank. A reception will follow the concert.
The South Catasauqua annual neighborhood yard sale is set for 9 a.m.-2 p.m. May 17 and 18, rain or shine. Sales will take place south of Race Street and up to and including Circle Drive.
The Gov. Wolf Historical Society will hold its first annual Garden Faire 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18, on the grounds of the society's campus, 6600 Jacksonville Road.
This new event will feature vendors offering a wide variety of plants, including annuals, perennials, roses, herbs, vegetables, trees and shrubs, all displayed in and around three historic buildings and an herb and pleasure garden. A selection of garden art, birdhouses, tools and many other garden-related items will be on display.