Art of the Bag Fashion Show and Schneider Lecture: Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites celebrates the artistry of the bag during the annual Schneider Lecture and Fashion Show featuring 10 looks with artist-inspired handbags from the world-class collection of Ilene Hochberg Wood. Held in conjunction with PURSEonality: A Stylish Handbag History, an exhibit of 300 bags from Wood’s personal collection from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. 6-9 p.m. Durham
Springs, 5065 Lehnenberg Road, Kintnersville. $; $8, members; $35, students with ID. 800-360-TOUR. historicbethlehem.org/programs/ schneider-lecture/.
Autumn Hawk Watch: Hike to the North Lookout to see raptor migrants and other birds. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Dec. 15. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, 1700 Hawk Mountain Road, Kempton. Trail fees: 10; $7, seniors; $5, 6-12; free, 5 and under. 610-756-6961. hawkmountain.org.
Benefit Charity Auction “Connecting Our Community”: Dinner buffet, cash bar. Hosted by the
Fresh produce, lunch items, baked goods, natural goods, more. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Lehigh University, Farrington Square, New and Morton streets. sustainability.lehigh.edu/bethlehem-farmersmarket.
CANstruction: Teams of architects, engineers, contractors, designers, building product manufacturers and students design and build structured works of art made entirely of canned food with the theme “Canimals of the Zoo.” Canned foods used will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank. Through Oct. 3. Lehigh Valley Mall, 250 Lehigh Valley Mall, Whitehall. Free. 610-264-5511. simon.com/ mall/lehigh-valley-mall.
Corn Maze: Military themed seven-acre maze with design of the Huey Helicopter. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Through Nov. 10. The Farm In Harmony, 231 Brainards Road, Harmony, New Jersey. $8; $5, ages 4-12; free, ages 3 and under. 908-2830721. thefarminharmony.com. “Generational Experiences of Black Male College Students”: Using case studies and archived research, Chris Hunt of Lafayette College, explores the educational experiences of black male students and the culture of the predominantly white institutions they attended from the baby boomer to the millennial generations. 6:30 p.m. Easton Area Public Library, 515 Church St., Free. 610-258-2917 ext. 307. meuserlib.org.
Hellerick’s Adventure Farm: 18-acre adventure farm with over 45 activities, a five-acre corn maze, hayride through the farm, pumpkin picking, 100-foot corn chute slide, pumpkin bowling, more. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Hellerick’s Family Farm, 5500 N. Easton Road, Doylestown. $13.20; $9.99. 215-7668388. hellericksfarm.com. Macungie Farmers Market: Vendors selling small-batch roasted coffee, seasonal fruits and vegetables, cooking oils, fresh baked goods, poultry items, prepared foods, more. Also live music, cooking demonstrations, craft week, more. 4-7 p.m. Through Oct. 31. Macungie Memorial Park, 50 N. Poplar St. macungiefarmersmarket.com.
The Price Is Right Live: Interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to “Come On Down” and play classic games from television’s most popular game show. 7:30 p.m. Hershey Theatre, 15 E. Caracas Ave., $41.85 and over. hersheyentertainment.com.
Returning Writers Series: Abigail Michelini: Michelini shares her poetry and talks about her path to becoming an author. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Northampton Community College - College Center 114, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem. Free. 610-332-6304. northampton.edu/ news/ncc-events-calendar.htm. “Tasting Pennsylvania” Dinner: Dinner celebrates the release of Carrie Havranek’s cookbook, “Tasting Pennsylvania: Favorite Recipes from the Keystone State” featuring a five-course meal, each course cooked by a local chef, whose recipes are featured in the cookbook complemented by beer pairings from ShawneeCraft Brewing Co. Reservations required. 6 p.m. Easton Public Market, 325 Northampton St. $, includes signed cookbook. eastonpublicmarket.com.