Thursday, January 05, 2006

Lehigh Valley Style

The latest issue of Lehigh Valley Style Magazine features an article on The Lehigh Valley Network of Young Professionals.

From the Editor of the magazine:

In this issue we'll address how both native and relocated young professionals in our community want to put their signature on our economic future in our current installment of the Lehigh Valley Style Supper Club. Early indicators are favorable that the region's economy fill flourish in the capable hands of these brilliant young minds.

Stop at your local Wegmas, Borders or Barnes & Noble for a copy of the magazine to learn more about the NET and what we have to offer.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

What's going on this weekend?

If you are bummed out that all the parties, celebrations and fun stuff seems to be over, relax, there is still plenty to do in the Lehigh Valley this weekend.

Here are our top FREE picks for the weekend...

First Friday in Bethlehem
Check out the Banana Factory from 6-9pm, where local artists display their own creations and artwork. Not only is this exhibit a great way to spend a Friday night, but a big bonus is that it's FREE! This month'’s First Friday features a reception for the “Third Annual Banana Factory Members Show,” as well as the works of the month'’s featured artists, painters Bill Christine and Rosemary Geseck. Musical entertainment will be provided by The Octave Below.

First Weekend in Easton
Open Brewery Tours at the Weyerbacher Brewery (905 Line Street, Easton) from 12-3pm. Tours are approximately 15 minutes long and you will get an excellent overview of the beer making process. Come and see what makes the Weyerbacher experience so unique. From brewhouse to bottling you will see how great beer is made right here in Easton!

First Weekend in Easton (continued)
If your New Year's Resolution was to get in shape, here is a great way to start. Free Community Yoga at Easton Yoga from 1-2pm. This Sunday they are featuring Dharma Mittra yoga. Only a few spaces are left, so register online at

Monday, January 02, 2006

Betcha didn't know...

Pennsylvania recently received the National Green Power Leadership Award for voluntarily doubling its green energy purchases. In an effort to reduce the environmental impacts of its electricity use, Pennsylvania is making the switch to cleaner, healthier energy sources like wind and solar- and it's already paying off. Thanks to its clean energy policies, the state has been selected as the future home of the manufacturing facilities of wind-energy giant Gamesa Corp. The facilities represent an $84 million investment in the state that will create as many as 1,000 jobs.

Read more about renewable energy here.