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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.

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