Students at the Chesterbrook Academy Preschool have been learning about the important roles that bugs play in the environment, so it made sense that on Earth Day they would participate in a ladybug release for the fifth year in a row.
Noting that the overcast misty weather was perfect for the release, Principal Michele Somishka did the honors as she cut open a shipping bag containing 1,500 ladybugs.
She said that it was important to have the youngsters be active participants in their learning.
ArtsQuest and the Lehigh Valley Section of American Society of Civil Engineers (LVASCE) celebrated national Engineers Week by premiering ‘Dream Big: Engineering Our World’, a film produced by award – winning McGillivray Freeman Films. The American Society of Engineers partnered on the project, which was presented by the Bechtel Corporation.
The Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts Theatre will present “Hair” at four evening performances from Wednesday, April 26 to Saturday, April 29 at 7 PM, and a matinee performance at 2 PM on Sunday, April 30. “Hair” is a rock musical about the 1960s hippie movement based on the book and lyrics of James Rado and Gerome Ragni, with music by Galt McDermot. The Charter Arts cast of “Hair” are directed by Ashley Tait-Weller, and Neil Chaban is director of music with Peter Wrenn-Meleck in charge of technical direction.
If you could bring back any television program from when you were a kid, which one would it be?
The Bethlehem chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is currently hard at work making preparations for its 55th annual used book sale. Over 50 volunteers and area high school students seeking to meet community service requirements have been collecting, sorting and pricing donations at the Memorial Pool House located at 359 Illick’s Mill Road.
What was your reaction to the retaliatory missile attack by the United States against a Syrian air base?
Further complicating the economic issues for women, Oakley pointed out that 47 percent of women in college graduate into the workforce with at least $30,000 in student loan debt, needing six more years than their male counterparts to pay off the debt, thus incurring higher interest costs. This sets them back when it comes to investing in 401Ks, affects credit scores, and delays purchasing homes and financing cars. Essentially, said Oakley, this puts them behind males facing the same economic and life issues.
The Apollo Grill hosted a celebrity bartender event Feb. 23 hoping to raise funding to assist the fledgling non-profit dog hospice Powell House cover the veterinary, grooming and food costs associated with providing hospice care for senior dogs that have been abandoned, relinquished or discarded. Founder
Bethlehem Catholic Theatre presents the Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II collaboration “Oklahoma” as its spring musical. Set in early 20th century Oklahoma, the musical tells the story of a cowboy and a farm girl who fall in love. The over 50-member cast and stage crew is directed by Debbie Acampora, who doubles as choreographer. “Oklahoma” is produced by Diana Tice and Joseph Fink is music director. Performances continue April 7 and 8 at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at http://bit.ly/becatheater or by calling 610-866-0791