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SteelStacks FREE events - The SteelStacks Campus at the ArtsQuest Center in Bethlehem has a great variety of events and performances for no cost. Check the website http://www.artsquest.org by clicking on “Events” and then “Free Events.” Also, free concerts are held from late May to mid-September at the outdoor Levitt Pavilion on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:00 pm, where you bring your own chair or sit on the grass.
 
The Da Vinci Science Center has many interesting exhibits and hands-on displays that entertain and educate young and old alike.  There are special programs for senior citizens and it's also a fun place to take your grandchildren.  For more information see: http://www.davincisciencecenter.org/
 
 
 America On Wheels Transportation Museum opened on Allentown’s Riverfront in 2008, and it continues to thrill fans of over the road transportation.  Featuring Mack Trucks and interesting cars, the museum also houses race cars, pedal cars, motorcycles, bicycles, and even slot cars.  With exhibits changing regularly, a restored 1950’s soda fountain named the HubCap Café, and special events year round, it is becoming a must-visit stop for motoring enthusiasts world-wide.  Visit http://americaonwheels.org/ to learn more, and don’t forget to take the grandchildren to the annual train displays from Thanksgiving to the end of each year.
 
The Crayola Experience - located in the heart of downtown Easton, Pennsylvania, is the only place in the world where the magic of Crayola comes to life. Here, you’re always encouraged to let your creativity run free, to color outside the lines and to play, explore, and learn. This one-of-a-kind attraction is where color, chemistry, and technology magically combine to create a colorful adventure for a child’s imagination.  Great for younger grandchildren. Visit their website at http://www.crayolaexperience.com/
 
Civic Theatre of Allentown is a community performing arts center offering live theatre, film and educational programming for Allentown and the entire Lehigh Valley. Civic Theatre is now in its third decade as the Lehigh Valley's leading source for independent, foreign, art house and documentary cinema and is a proud member of the Sundance Institute's Art House Convergence Group and the League of Historic American Theatres. More information regarding Civic's film schedules can be obtained by visiting http://www.civictheatre.com/ or by calling Civic's MovieLine at 610-432-0888. Civic's Theatre 514 is directly across the street from Civic's 19th Street Theatre at 527 N. 19th Street in Allentown. Free parking for patrons is available along Liberty and Allen Streets and in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot at 19th and Liberty (after the bank is closed).
 
Macungie Memorial Park - Enjoy all Macungie Memorial Park has to offer.  It's playground for your grandchildren and lawns for picnics and farmer's market during the summer, as well as the annual events held, such as Das Awkscht Fescht, Wheels of Time, Dog Shows, Antique Truck Show and free Cruise Nights.  For a schedule of events see: http://www.macungiepark.com/index.html
 
Macungie Band - The Macungie Band celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2005. While other small town bands have dissolved their charters, the Macungie Band proudly continues as one of a shrinking number of town bands in America. The Macungie Band performs in concerts throughout the year, and can be hired for performances. For scheduled performances and more information, including a history of the band, visit https://www.macungieband.com/.
 
Allentown Band - A prominent feature of nineteenth-century musical Americana was the concert band, and the Allentown Band has, for almost two hundred years, kept that tradition alive. Drawn from within a fifty-mile radius of the Lehigh Valley, the band’s musicians, as different as their backgrounds may be, share one common goal: to create and preserve concert band music at a level of excellence rarely heard from a community band. For more information including a schedule of performances visit: http://www.allentownband.com/
 
Miller Symphony Hall - The historic, 1200-seat Miller Symphony Hall, formerly known as the Allentown Symphony Hall, is the premier performing arts facility in Allentown, the largest city in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. Throughout its history, Symphony Hall has been host to a wide variety of musical and theatrical performances. For information and a schedule of events visit www.allentownsymphony.org/Home.aspx.
 
Allen Organ Company - The Allen Organ International Sales Headquarters is located in Macungie, Pennsylvania USA, less than 1/2 mile from Legacy Oaks. The complex includes Octave Hall and a 400 seat auditorium, where Allen organs are demonstrated. Public concerts are held here each year (click here for schedule). The complex also includes the Jerome Markowitz Memorial Center, a museum chronicling Allen's history. The museum is open by appointment Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  www.allenorgan.com/index.html