Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Looking for a local job? Check out these Saucon Valley area businesses. They're hiring!
Are you looking for work? Is a good friend or family member in need of a job? Check out these Saucon Valley area employment opportunities recently posted online at Craigslist's Lehigh Valley site. Click on the job title to view the posting. And if you see something that looks interesting, recommend this story on Facebook! (Editor's Note: These job listings were posted on or before Dec. 2, 2012. Some positions may have been filled.) Bowling Host/Arcade Host - Red Brick Grille at Revolutions (Saucon Valley) Restaurant Positions - Red Brick Grille at Revolutions (Saucon Valley) Servers - Starters Pub Special Person - Dog Daycare and Boarding Center Techs - ServiceMaster Cleaning & Restoration Team Member - Nestle Toll House Cafe (Promenade …
Monday, June 13, 2011
Children of all ages, as well as adults, are invited to participate in the Hellertown Area Public Library's program.
Summer is a great time to catch up on reading, and to encourage doing so the Hellertown Area Public Library will launch its summer reading program today. The theme of this year's program is “One World, Many Stories.” The theme of this year's program is designed to help children learn more about people and traditions in other countries. The program is free and no registration is necessary, said Robin Rotherham, the library director. Participants simply need to pick up a time log. They should also have a library membership. Rotherham explained that children who participate in the program are asked to read for at least one hour a week. They are given a time log in which they can cross out 15 minute increments of reading time. If they reach …
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
The Mexican holiday has now become synonymous in America with tequila, tacos and warmer temperatures.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
There are a couple of things that translate pretty well in any language and Cinco de Mayo is one of them. The Mexican holiday has now become synonymous in America with tequila, tacos and warmer temperatures--three things that are sure to improve your mood after a long and gloomy winter. Plenty of spots in the Lehigh Valley will be opening their doors to Cinco de Mayo celebrators this week, but at Patch, we’ve narrowed the search for the perfect fiesta down to a handful of the best in town. 1. Cinco de Mayo Fiesta The Da Vinci Science Center in Allentown is known for its wacky and kid-friendly science exhibits and experiments. But this Friday, hang up your lab coat for a pair of dancing shoes. The center will be home to this year’s Cinco …