Lily’s Hope Foundation, to aid premature babies, is hosting a 5K Family Fun Run, Walk or Stroll Oct. 14 at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center, Breinigsville.
Registration starts 8 a.m. Run, walk or stroll starts 9 a.m. Breakfast, snacks, a T-shirt and gift bag are free with registration.
The run will timed by Pretzel City Sports.
Post run/walk events in the Sunshine Celebration Zone include a kids coloring area sponsored by Crayola, balloon artist, games, face painting, moon bounce, vendors, raffles and Lily and Aidan’s Lollipop Loop.
The Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club offers free classes to prepare interested persons for the entry-level FCC license test and the start of enjoyment in amateur radio communications. Additionally, it offers free classes for amateur radio enthusiants holding the entry-level license and wishing to receive the general class license.
Classes for both entry-level and general class license will start Sept. 5 and run for 10 Tuesday evenings, 7-9 p.m., at Gracedale, near Nazareth.
The FCC license test will be given on the 10th Tuesday.
League of Women Voters
Kathryn Albarelli, Esq., and Alicia Dominiguez will present “The Impact of Immigration on the Lehigh Valley” at a hot-topics luncheon, held Sept. 11 by League of Women Voters of Lehigh County. They will focus on many issues facing local immigrants and reform efforts.
The public is welcome.
The luncheon starts 11:30 a.m. in the downstairs meeting room of Superior Restaurant, 102 State Ave., Emmaus.
There is a cost, payable at the door. Atten dees may also listen to the speakers without lunch.
Lehigh Valley Press
The Lehigh Valley Press is accepting donations of yarn for a Parkland School District resident who makes throws for patients in Phoebe Nursing Home and area hospitals.
Anyone wishing to donate yarn is asked to contact Susan Bryant, editorial assistant for the Parkland Press, at 610-740-0944, ext. 3726.
Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club will hold a meeting 7:30 p.m. Sept. 7 in the Bethlehem Township Community Center, 2900 Farmersville Road, Bethlehem.
The program will be “Patrolling the Ether: The FCC in WWII” presented by KN4R.
Hams and others interested are always welcome.
For information, call 610-432-8286 or visit dlarc.org.
CRIME VICTIMS COUNCIL
Crime Victims Council of Lehigh Valley Inc. will hold its 18th annual Rally Through the Valley benefit motorcycle poker run and pig roast 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 17 to help local victims of crime.
The 60-mile route will start with registration and check-in at Nazareth Borough Park, North Broad Street, and will end at Emmaus Community Park, 1401 Shimersville Road. Following the run, riders will be treated to an all-you-can-eat pig roast and live music by Dynamic Duo, 1-3 p.m.
The American Heart Association invites workplaces, community groups, friends and family from across the Lehigh Valley to take steps to become Healthy For Good at the 2017 Lehigh Valley Heart Walk, set for Oct. 1 at SteelStacks, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem.
Festivities begin 1:30 p.m., and the walk steps off 3 p.m.
KIFFLE KITCHEN Bath business is nominated for two QVC food awards
The Kiffle Kitchen Bakery, 589 Moorestown Drive, Bath, has been nominated for QVC’s food awards in two categories — QVC Customer Favorite and Best Dessert to Send as a Gift.
Voting began Aug. 7 and continues through Aug. 27. The winners will be announced live on a special QVC airing Sept. 13.
To vote, visit qvcsocial.polldaddy.com/s/2017-food-awards.
The Kiffle Kitchen Bakery is a family-owned and operated business that opened its doors in 1985.
The Celtic Cultural Alliance will be offering a 10-percent discount for the advance purchase of Celtic Classic food and beverage tickets.
The Bethlehem festival runs Sept. 22-24.
Patrons will receive a certificate to redeem at a special booth for advanced ticket purchasers on the festival grounds along Spring, Conestoga, Lehigh and South Main streets.
Tickets may be purchased until Aug. 25.
For more information, visit celticfest.org; Twitter @CelticClassic; and on at Facebook.com/CelticClassic.
According to the Northampton County Area Agency on Aging, a new program for seniors provides rides without them having to use public transportation or a taxi.
GoGoGrandparent was founded by a young man living with his grandmother who didn’t want a smartphone but wanted to use a ride service. The national company provides rides with companies such as Uber and Lift without the rider having to use a smartphone to use an on-demand car service.