Any other time of year, the street between Broad and the Central Moravian Church is known as Main Street. However, during Musikfest, the street becomes a venue named Provident Bank Main Street. It has all the fanfare that Main Street traditionally has plus performing stages for concerts, street vendors, buskers and music as far as the ears can hear. One of the groups performing routinely on Provident Bank Main street this year, was a group of current Liberty HS students and alumni who called themselves the Orbital Drumline.
Nicole Maret, of Bethlehem, received a bachelor of science in Nursing (with honors) diploma at the 2019 Berkeley College commencement ceremony May 10 at the Prudential Center, Newark, N.J.
Liberty HS music students learned what life is like in the music business on a Sunday afternoon at Musikfest. Students were invited to the Wind Creek Steel Stage at PNC plaza, the same stage that Lady Antebellum would grace later that evening, to see what goes into preparing for a show and to learn valuable life lessons on staying focused on long-term goals.
Northampton Community College
Make a ladderback chair Aug.19
There will be a building ladderback chairs classes from 9 a.m.to 3:30 p.m. Aug. 19 to 23 at Northampton Community College’s Fab Lab, 511 E. Third St.
Members will create a traditional post-and-rung chair using time-tested green woodworking methods to create a sturdy chair while learning principles of differential wood shrinkage.
There is a cost. For information or to register, visit www.northampton.edu/fablab or call 610-332-8665.
Penn State Lehigh Valley
Master Gardener’s sessions offered
The Penn State Extension Lehigh and Northampton County Master Gardeners will hold two workshops in August which are open to the public.
Succulent Savvy will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 10 at Penn State Lehigh Valley, Room 224, 2809 Saucon Valley Road, Center Valley. Topics include popular varieties, light and soil requirements, and avoiding common problems and pests. The cost includes a planter with succulents.
Andrew Warner, a Bethlehem area resident, was named to the Furman University dean’s list for the 2019 spring semester. To be included, he was a full-time undergraduate student who earned a grade point average of 3.4 or higher on a four-point system.
Several Bethlehem area students have been named to the Kutztown University 2019 spring dean’s list. To be eligible for the list, an undergraduate student must be registered for at least 12 credits and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60.
Several Bethlehem area residents students have been awarded degrees from Kutztown University following the spring 2019 semester. The cumulative grade point average necessary for honors distinction is: with honor (cum laude) 3.40; with high honor (magna cum laude) 3.60 and with highest honor (summa cum laude) 3.80.
Six Bethlehem residents have been named to Alvernia University’s dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester. To be eligible, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credits. They are Kristen Czajka, Regan Downey, Alison Yerger, Nicholas Youngkin, Abigail Zerbe and Victoria Zerbe.
St. Anne: Grant aids support program
St. Anne School was recently awarded a $25,000 grant by the Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation for scholarship support for students enrolled in the Aquinas Learning Support Program for students diagnosed with learning disabilities.
Grade: graduated senior
Family members: Seven rambunctious siblings, one graceful mother and one tenacious stepfather make the whole of my family.
Favorite subject: One of my favorite subjects would have to be psychology, because of both its complexity and simplicity relating to the brains of humans and animals. Another of my favorite subjects is forensic science, for a very similar reason. The intense studies of crime scenes and the simple striving for justice have always caught my attention.