A slide-lecture to commemorate World War I and Allentown’s Camp Crane will be presented at 1 p.m. Nov. 10, Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown.
After years of official neutrality, the United States joined the fight against Germany, to make the world “Safe for Democracy.”
U.S. soldiers trained as ambulance drivers and medical personnel at Camp Crane in the Allentown Fairgrounds, 17th and Chew and Liberty streets, Allentown.
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Call 610- 782-3254 for locations.
Wednesday, Nov. 7: Chicken picatta, wild rice, American blend vegetables, tropical fruit.
Thursday, Nov. 8: Veterans eat free today. Chicken breast with creamy pesto sauce, roasted potatoes, carrots, pineapple tidbits.
Friday, Nov. 9: Macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, vegetable medley, pineapples.
Monday, Nov. 12: Centers closed. Veterans Day.
Tuesday, Nov. 13: Three cheese ziti w/meatballs, spinach, fresh fruit.
Wednesday, Nov. 14: Salisbury steak w/gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, banana, wheat bread.
Salute the vets: The Allentown Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Diane Wittry, music director, presents “Veterans’ Tribute: 100th Anniversary Of Armistice Day,” 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 and 3 p.m. Nov. 11, Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown. The concerts celebrate the United States through a commissioned work inspired by the experiences of soldiers in world wars.
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Why do some people not say, “Excuse me.” or “I beg your pardon?” When I am standing in line in a supermarket or drugstore, someone will rush ahead of me to ask the clerk a question. They never say, “Excuse me.” When I go to the bank or restaurant, some people never hold the door for other folks. What is going on with this world?
Dear Reader, Phrases go in and out of style and very few people say, “Excuse me” anymore. It appears many have lost a general sense of respect toward each other and consideration is becoming extinct.
The Schumann Quartett performs at 3 p.m. Nov. 11, Faith United Church of Christ, 5992 Route 378 South, Center Valley, in the 2018-19 Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem concert series.
The program is: Schubert, String Quartet No. 6 D Major D. 74; Hindemith, Quartet No. 6 in E-flat Major (1943), and Brahms, Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 51, No. 1.
The Schumann Quartett performed during the Chamber Music Society’s 2017-18 season. The quartet includes three musicians from Germany and one musicain from Estonia.
Call 610- 829-4540 (ask operator for Area Agency on Aging) for locations or visit https://www.northamptoncounty.org/HS/AGING/Pages/default.aspx.
Wednesday, Nov. 7: New England clam chowder, smoked turkey, salami and provolone on bun/mustard, pasta salad, tropical fruit.
Thursday, Nov. 8: Chicken pot pie, green peas, tossed greens w/ French dressing, wheat roll w/ margarine, ambrosia.
Friday, Nov. 9: Cream of mushroom soup, cheeseburger on a bun w/ lettuce/tomato/mayo, Amish potato salad, chilled peaches.
Monday, Nov. 12: Closed for Veterans Day.
The Global ImpActors Group production of Tom Duzick’s “Greetings!” is an insightful, witty and all too relevant exploration of intolerance and other things that divide us, continuing through Nov. 11 at The Macungie Institute, Macungie.
Set in Pittsburgh at Christmastime in 1990, “Greetings” introduces the Gorskis, a working-class family headed by Phil, a staunchly Catholic, traditionalist father, and his perpetually-anxious wife Emily.
Living at home is Mickey, the intellectually-challenged younger son who has never been able to speak more than a few monosyllabic words.