Let’s hope the day is sunny, as has been the case for the previous two Annual Saucon Creek Arts Festivals!
Volunteers have been sprucing up the Heller House, Widows’ House, the grounds, and the garden in preparation for the largest outdoor arts event in the Saucon Valley region.
We just held our Photo Workshop–thanks again to photographer Frank Smith!–and our board and members are eager to host the Arts Festival. It’s free, it’s fun, and we can guarantee you will see something you just love.
Our vendors offer beautiful ceramics, jewelry, framed and mounted photographs and paintings, prints, sculpture, fiber arts, wood craft, glass, and more. Food’s available (thanks to Lehigh University’s Füd Truck), and Bethlehem’s Godfrey Daniel’s Live Music Listening Room has sponsored a host of music performers, live at the Homestead.
In addition, the Houses will be open to the public for tours. Our volunteer docents, wearing period costumes, will offer interpretations of the Homestead’s long history as generations of local families inhabited and altered the original stone homestead.
Free! Don’t miss it! June 3 from 10am-5pm at Heller Homestead Park, 1890-92 Friedensville Rd., Bethlehem, PA 18015.