Upper Macungie police will be hosting two free identity theft and fraud awareness and prevention seminars 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Jan. 22 in the public meeting room of the township’s municipal building, 8830 Schantz Road, Breinigsville.
Ronald Kistler, a public accountant, will present a seminar explaining the how and why of current identity theft regarding income tax purposes.
The Governor Wolf Historical Society will hold its January Tavern Night 6:30-10 p.m. Jan. 12 on The Governor Wolf Historic Campus, 6600 Jacksonville Road, Bath.
“The Midnight Shift,” a band from Reading, will play 50s and 60s music and rock-a-billy in The Academy.
Steve Myers will play keyboard in the Ralston McKeen House, with Debbie Evans singing everything from standards to oldies to popular tunes from today.
There will be tastings by a local brewery or winery and an exhibit of works by a local artist.
Bring your own beverage.
With the Jan. 31, 2018 deadline to enter approaching fast, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Pennsylvania Department of Education are reminding high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors to get their entries in for the first PennDOT Innovations Challenge.
The PennDOT Innovations Challenge asks students to look at technologies and innovative methods, aside from traditional paid advertising, marketing and social media channels, that can be developed in the next five to ten years to curb unsafe teen driving practices.
AARP Chapter 4150 will meet noon Jan. 4 in the Community Room of the Lower Macungie Library Building, 3450 Brookside Road, Lower Macungie.
Topic will be “Habitat Lehigh Valley,” presented by Camille.
Ice cream, coffee and tea will be available for a small fee. Guests are welcome to attend.
Meet neighbors and learn more about senior 50-plus programs and issues.
For information, call 610-285-4563.
Allentown AARP Chapter 5415 will meet noon Jan. 4 at St. Timothy Church, 140 S. Ott St., Allentown.
At 1 p.m., the program on Project Lifesaver, will be presented by Martha Lieberman.
Guests and nonmembers are welcome to attend.
Bring a nonperishable food item for the Allentown Food Bank.
For more information, call 610-437-426.
Lehigh County Aging and Adult Services is accepting nominations for Unsung Heroes.
To celebrate Older American’s Month, the office recognizes Lehigh County residents, 60 years of age or older, who have displayed exceptional generosity with their time and talent to enhance the lives of others and their community.
The Unsung Hero finalists will be honored at a special awards ceremony 1 p.m. May 16.
To request a nomination form, contact Lehigh County Aging and Adult Services at 610-782-3034.
Civil War Round Table of Eastern Pennsylvania Inc., will host Mike Jesberger, re-enactor and historian for a discussion titled “The Civil War on the Homefront” Jan. 2, 2018 at the Holiday Inn Conference Center Lehigh Valley, 7736 Adrienne Drive, Breinigsville.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Program begins 7:30 p.m.
Reservations for the dinner must be made by Dec. 28.
Reservations are not required for just the program.
There is a fee for both the dinner and program.
Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club will meet 7:30 p.m. Jan. 4, 2018, in the Bethlehem Township Community Center, 2900 Farmersville Road, Bethlehem.
For more information, call 610-432-8286.
The League of Women Voters of Lehigh County will present “Election Trends” at the January Hot Topics luncheon 11:30 a.m. Jan. 8, 2018 at the Superior Restaurant, Emmaus.
Christopher Borick, associate professor of Political Science, Muhlenberg College, will discuss how 2018 will be a key year in American and Pennsylvania politics.
To make a reservation, contact email@example.com or call 610-432-1456 by Jan. 4, 2018.
The cost of the buffet luncheon is payable at door or listen to speaker without lunch.
For more information visit lwvlv.org.
Allentown Public Library, 1210 Hamilton St., Allentown, is selling an appetizing cookbook called “What’s Cooking at the Library: 100 Years of Good Taste.”
For a small additional fee, purchase a navy blue canvas bag to go with the book.
This spiral-bound cookbook contains 344 recipes contributed by more than 30 library employees and families.
The book contains an eclectic mix of handed-down family recipes and modern dishes.
There are tried-and-true favorites, including German Potato Salad, Chicken Divan, Pork Barbecue and Moravian Sugar Cake.