It’s February. Some people look at this month as the dead of a cold winter, yet some see it as one of the hottest months of the year when it comes to their love life. In my mind it’s both, but what keeps me from cabin fever is the opportunity for a little extra romance by doing something special with the one I love.Continue Reading
February is for lovebirds. With that comes the perfect chance to “treat yourself,” and of course your special someone. We’re here to help you think out-of-the-box with date night ideas during the month of February. Try something new this year with our Be My Valley Valentine deals and discounts.Continue Reading
June 6th, 2015 posted by Kaitie Burger
Blue Mountain isn’t just for skiing. You’ll find mountain bike trails, disc golf, a full-service restaurant, and much more during the summer months. The new Slopeside Pub & Grille features a full outdoor patio bar, now open year-round.
In addition to all of that, the highest peak in Pennsylvania also makes for a great location to hold events, as well.Continue Reading
May 22nd, 2014 posted by Nancy Signorovitch
Tuesday was an absolute beautiful day in Lehigh Valley. The sun was shining and the temperature just right for mid-May.
I had a request for assorted brochures and the Discover Lehigh Valley Official Visitors Guide from Matthew at Rustic Dreams Bed & Breakfast in Bethlehem. I was happy to drive out to meet Matt in person and tour this lovely property.Continue Reading
This week I had the privilege of dining with a private party at Shula’s Steak House at the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley. This was my first experience with private dining, and it will be one that lives positively in my memory for a long time.
We met for dinner in Coaches Corner, which was filled with vintage photos of the Miami Dolphins and Don Shula.Continue Reading
August 19th, 2013 posted by Kim Lilly
It was Saturday afternoon and Dave and I sat watching TV wondering what we should do with ourselves. We were too lazy to go for a walk or ride bikes. We really didn’t want to go shopping either. Then it struck us. We remembered going to the Food & Wine Festival at Sands Bethlehem, and we absolutely fell in love with one of the bubbly “wines” we had from Pinnacle Ridge Winery, a local Lehigh Valley winery.
So, we decided to seize the day and go for a tasting or two, three, four, five or six! It was about 4:30 p.m. and we thought it might be slow since they were only open until 6 p.m. Well, we were wrong. The winery was jamming and we had to fight for a spot at the tasting bars they had.Continue Reading
August 15th, 2013 posted by Kaitie Burger
Thanks to some friends, I learned that today happens to be National Relaxation Day. Everyone has their own tips and tricks to stay relaxed throughout the day, but a few suggestions never hurt! Have a look at our tips for ways to keep yourself sane as back-to-school time draws closer.
Certainly the best way to do some ‘me’ time is a spa day. Luckily, Lehigh Valley has plenty of optionsContinue Reading
November 9th, 2012 posted by Nancy Signorovitch
Lehigh Valley is known for having an almost disproportionately large number of hair salons and barber shops.
Most people I know are very loyal to their stylist often following them if they change shops. For close to 20 years I drove 90 minutes to go to the same lady but unfortunately for me, she retired.Continue Reading
October 31st, 2012 posted by Debbie Snyder
So did anyone in Lehigh Valley get out and take advantage of some spooky fun last weekend? There was plenty of Halloween fun for both kids and adults to do.
We decided to do a little Halloween club hopping and of course we also needed to find some dinner. Our intention was to hit at least 4 places in our area for some Halloween fun.Continue Reading
July 25th, 2012 posted by Megan Billowitch
The husband and I headed out for a date night, a rare occasion since we have a 3-year-old at home. That darn baby had a sleepover at Nana’s so we had a night to paint the town.
We headed out to the Copperhead Grill in Center Valley for dinner before Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s production of Tennessee William’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.Continue Reading
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