Schnecksville Fire Company rocks to the oldies.
THURSDAY, DEC. 13
·Trinity Wesleyan Church, 6735 Cetronia Road, Lower Macungie Township, free outdoor nativity with live characters and animals 7-9 p.m. tonight and Dec. 15 and 16 and 8-10 p.m. Dec. 14. Eight-minute show runs continually. Christmas concert, "All Bow Down," 7 p.m. Dec. 14. Free popcorn and hot chocolate. For information call, 610-398-1711 or go to twcallentown.org.
·Schnecksville Senior Citizens at Schnecksville Fire Co., 1 p.m. lunch; meeting 1:30 p.m. Call 610-432-0260.
Firefighters visit Kernsville Elementary School.
Santa Claus will be visiting good little boys and girls Dec. 22 in Upper Macungie.
Santa and Station 56 firefighters will be in the following areas at these approximate times.
Listen for the sirens, watch for the fire trucks, and come out to meet Santa.
9 a.m., Elm and Tupelo roads
9:10 a.m., Tupelo Road and Bastian Lane
9:20 a.m., Hemlock Road and Maple Street
9:30 a.m., Barn Swallow Lane between Yale Court and Bastian Lane
9:40 a.m., Snowy Orchid Lane and Celandine Drive
9:50 a.m., Wild Mint Lane and Indigo Way
These animals are available for adoption at the Center for Animal Health and Welfare no-kill shelter, 1165 Island Park Road, Easton.
The shelter is working to end pet overpopulation by running clinics so animals can be spayed or neutered before going home.
For more information, call 610-252-7722 or visit healthyanimalcenter.org.
Chefs whip up winning creations at Phoebe.
Fawn Albert from Schnecksville thought Thanksgiving should be about more than just eating.
So last year on the holiday, she rounded up her husband and two children and showed up to volunteer at the soup kitchen in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Allentown, which serves free meals to the needy and homeless.
She recalls saying to her family, "Let's truly give thanks in a better way."
Back again this Thanksgiving, the Albert family kept busy waiting on tables and delivering turkey dinners to the hundreds of guests who showed up.
According to Mike Bower and Joe Beiler, the 63rd annual Juried Holiday Fine Arts and Craft Festival Nov. 10 and 11 in Keystone Hall at Kutztown University, was a great success.
"Constant customers" kept the two busy manning the entrance table at the Holiday Fair, a kickoff to Thanksgiving and Christmas fun time.
The fair presented by the Reading Berks Chapter of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, Pennsylvania German Scholarship Studies, Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center and Kutztown University, presented a diversity of wares by a variety of artists.
Customers get their morning jolt at Java Joint.
Thirty-one rep has bingo for fire company.