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Archive for: September 2010 posts

Written By Silas Chamberlin Every year hundreds of canal enthusiasts gather at a different location for a week-long series of lectures, workshops, and field trips known as the World Canals Conference. This year’s conference was…

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The ship is sailing! It’s now or never to hop aboard next week’s Lehigh Valley Trails Summit. Set for September 30 and October 1 at DeSales University, the two-day event sponsored by the Delaware &…

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Written by Silas Chamberlin Our “Take a Hike!” series periodically features a favorite day hike or bike on the D&L Trail. The third installment is a hike or bike on the Lehigh Canal towpath, between…

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Written by the Jim Thorpe Chamber of Commerce Let’s be clear on the role of tourism in the local economy – it is undeniably all-important to the future of Carbon County.  Ask any business leader…

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor is happy to announce the award recipients to be honored at the 2010 D&L Partners Recognition Dinner, November 4, 2010 at the Historic Hotel Bethlehem. Lifetime Achievement Award—Honorable…

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Written by Silas Chamberlin We are still a couple of weeks away from fall, but the mornings are already starting to feel a little crisper, and the leaves are on the cusp of bursting into…

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Not everyone gets to see a mule-powered canal boat pass by their office window on a regular basis, but our offices are in Hugh Moore Park, Easton, which contains one of the few operational canals…

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By Donna Boone, Landmark Towns Coordinator As summer winds down, the Landmark Towns of Bucks County welcome Autumn with a full calendar of fairs, festival and fun events for the entire family. The boroughs of…

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