Please check in advance with each location to confirm details and for any updates!
Easton Centre Square
Easton turns up the volume in a monthly series of activities every fourth Friday in Downtown Easton with music, food, drinks, games and activities for the whole family. On September 24th the theme is Puppy Love! Live performance by Ito and the Moonlight Hippies. A puppy parade will begin at 7 P.M; well-trained dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash. https://www.eastonoutloud.com/
410 Klein Rd.
Klein Farms has been in business since 1935, and is run by third generation farmers on the current property. The farm has gone through many structural changes over the years, but one thing remains the same…quality animals and a quality product, including gourmet cheese, raw milk, eggs and farm-raised beef. Take a tour and visit the adorable animals! https://kleinfarms.com/
325 Northampton St.
Restaurants open at 11:00 am; individual vendor hours may vary, so check website.
Discover the Easton Public Market! Experience a butcher, a baker,and a whole lot more at this vibrant, community-supported market. Shop an array of artisan food vendors and enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner at one of the many unique restaurants…BBQ, Asian noodles, crepes, wood-fired pizza, tacos, fresh seafood, gourmet chocolates, and more. Check the EPM Kitchen calendar to see if they have free demos and tastings scheduled. And enjoy live music, craft beer, and wine 6-8 p.m., Friday evening.. https://eastonpublicmarket.com/
30 Centre Square
Bigger, brighter and bolder than ever, the colorful adventures of Crayola Experience help kids and adults alike explore art and technology, express their creativity, and experience color in a whole new way. And pick up lots of colorful souvenirs in the Crayola store! www.crayolaexperience.com.
Scott Park, on the riverside, Easton
Experience the longest-running open-air farmers market in the country held in Easton’s historic Centre Square. The Easton Farmers’ Market was established in 1752, the year of the City’s founding. For more than two and a half centuries farmers and merchants gathered in Easton’s “Great Square” to peddle their fresh and handcrafted wares. Enjoy fresh produce, baked goods, craft beer, wine and spirits, and discover Easton’s rich local food culture. https://eastonfarmersmarket.com/ Check the website for locations of free parking!
Between 550 N. 13th St. & 700 Bushkill Drive
Take a self-guided tour of the 1.75 mile Karl Stirner Arts Trail and be introduced to works of art along the way. Within walking distance of the College and downtown, follow the historic and bucolic Bushkill Creek for a 1.75 mile stroll. Enjoy the artwork installations in a transcendent natural setting. The Arts Trail seeks to stir the public imagination with a sense of possibility. KSAT website Directions & Parking
401 N. Seventh St.
Take a self-guided walking tour and use the online guide to search for Lafayette notables including James Madison Porter (founder of Lafayette College), Aaron Hoff (African American student in the first class of 1836), George Barclay (inventor of the football helmet), past College presidents and professors. https://www.thehistoriceastoncemetery.org/
2750 Hugh Moore Park Road
Take a voyage on the Lehigh Canal and listen while an authentically dressed crew gives you an oral history of regional canals. Canal boat tours are 45 minutes long and leave the dock at 12, 1, 2, and 3PM. Tours run rain or shine, except during thunderstorms, high winds, or extreme heat. The canal boat is wheelchair accessible. While onboard, masks are required for guests over the age of 2 who are not fully vaccinated. Reservations are not required, per their website, but please check first in case of any updates: https://canals.org/visit/canal-boat/ And check out the museum, too! https://canals.org/
342 Northampton St.
One of Pennsylvania’s leading institutions of local history,which includes significant collections of pre-European settlement artifacts: decorative arts, textiles, farming implements, and colonial furniture. Visitors are encouraged to purchase a timed ticket in advance. Sunday admission is free. https://sigalmuseum.org/.
Multiple College Hill Venues
This unique neighborhood event features local performers playing on resident’s porches and at some College venues, too!.If you stick around you can also enjoy the 5pm Second Line Parade starting and ending at College Hill Presbyterian, with a pot-luck supper in the church yard. For more info, including a map of locations and list of performers, check out their website: https://collegehillporchfest.org/