A tasty autumn in store for the Lehigh Val­ley

The Morning Call - - COVER STORY - By Jen­nifer Shee­han

Trust us, Lehigh Val­ley, your hunger for food events will be to­tally sat­is­fied this fall.

From craft beer to ve­gan mac and cheese, Oc­to­ber and Novem­ber are jammed with fun events fea­tur­ing de­li­cious lo­cal foods and drinks.

We de­cided to spot­light five events, list­ing them chrono­log­i­cally so you can add them to your cal­en­dar:

Ok­to­ber­fest

Oct. 11-13 at SteelS­tacks Catch the sec­ond week­end of this an­nual event, fea­tur­ing craft beer sam­ples, au­then­tic Ger­man food, fam­ily fun (did we men­tion dachs­hund races?) and more.

It’s free to walk around the fes­ti­val. Hours are 6-11 p.m. Oct. 11; noon to 10 p.m. Oct. 12 and noon to 6 p.m. Oct. 13.

Menu: You’ll find a wide ar­ray of ven­dors of­fer­ing Ger­man and East­ern Euro­pean fa­vorites such as chicken pa­prikash, wiener­schnitzel, sauer­brat­ten, halupki, bratwust, strudel and more. If you’re look­ing for tra­di­tional fare, you’ll find that as well, in­clud­ing burg­ers, cheeses­teaks, hot dogs, chicken fin­gers and more.

Beer: Ok­to­ber­fest is syn­ony­mous with beer, and at this event, there are a lot of choices. You’ll find Yuengling in more than a half-dozen styles, in­clud­ing its Ok­to­ber­fest brew; nu­mer­ous Sa­muel Adams styles (in­clud­ing an Oc­to­ber­fest); Hof­bräu Bier­garten, Stella Ar­tois, Hof­brau Ok­to­ber­fest, and many more. In ad­di­tion, you can taste brews from Troegs, Vic­tory and Yards.

If all of that isn’t enough, you can get your tick­ets for the Ok­to­ber­fest Brew­ers’ Vil­lage, held in the Musik­fest Café. There will be two-hour tast­ing ses­sions: 7 to 9 p.m. Oct. 11; and 1 to 3 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 12. You can sam­ple more than 30 dif­fer­ent beers from more than 15 craft brew­eries, in­clud­ing Fe­g­ley’s, Seven Sirens and Weyer­bacher.

How much: $20 for Art­sQuest mem­bers; $25 for the pub­lic in ad­vance or $25 for Art­sQuest mem­bers and $30 for the pub­lic at the door. Des­ig­nated driver tick­ets: $10.

Info: steels­tacks.org/ fes­ti­vals/ok­to­ber­fest/

Cham­bourcin Week­end

Oct. 12-13 at the mem­ber winer­ies of the Lehigh Val­ley Wine Trail

Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 12 and noon to 5 p.m. Oct. 13.

This an­nual event cel­e­brates Cham­bourcin, the one grape grown by all the mem­bers of the wine trail. In fact, in the greater Lehigh Val­ley area, there are more than 40 acres of Cham­bourcin, which fer­ment into ap­prox­i­mately 150,000 bot­tles of wine.

Each win­ery will fea­ture a com­pli­men­tary tast­ing-sized food and wine pair­ing for guests to sam­ple. Sev­eral winer­ies also have spe­cial fea­tures such as live mu­sic, wine cock­tails, food trucks, and more.

Here’s what they have planned:

■ Amore Win­ery, East Allen Town­ship, will pair Cham­bourcin with lasagna from Sodexo Food Ser­vice. Porches, decks and pa­tios will be open and avail­able for re­lax­ing and sip­ping.

■ Black River Farms, Beth­le­hem, will re­lease their Bar­rel Re­serve Cham­bourcin ’17, which will be paired with glazed pork ten­der­loin with a pear and thyme sauce pre­pared by feast. Free live mu­sic from 1 to 5 p.m. Satur­day by Acous­tic Keys and from 3 to 5 p.m. Sun­day by An­drew Portz

■ Blue Moun­tain Vine­yards, New Tripoli, will fea­ture its Vic­to­ria’s Pas­sion Wine, made

with Cham­bourcin. The win­ery will also have an em­ployee chili cook-off, and each cus­tomer will get to sam­ple all of the chili recipes and then vote on their fa­vorite. Live mu­sic on

Satur­day: Damian Walck from 1 to 4 p.m., free; Sun­day, Mu­sic Jam - Lou Franco Project, 2 to 5 p.m. - $7.50 per per­son in­cludes a wine tast­ing of five dif­fer­ent wines and a re­served ta­ble in the glass-en­closed room.

■ Clover Hill Vine­yards & Win­ery, Breinigsvi­lle, will of­fer a sam­ple of Agour Os­sau-Iraty AOP cheese paired with its Cham­bourcin and a taste of a Friz­zan­gria made from Cham­bourcin Friz­zante.

■ Franklin Hill Vine­yards,

Ban­gor, will pair its Cham­bourcin wine with a wild mush­room soup made by So­cial Still. There will also be a stan­dard menu of small plates avail­able for pur­chase, as well as spe­cialty flights, a mulled wine bar, a san­gria bar, spiked hot choco­late, and 15 per­cent dis­count on a case of wine.

■ Galen Glen, Andreas (Schuykill County), will fea­ture a com­pli­men­tary pair­ing of its Cham­bourcin wine and a hand­crafted choco­late truf­fle, cre­ated us­ing its own cham­bourcin by choco­latier Steve Evans of Lan­caster.

Wine tast­ings are $3 and you get the chance to learn more about the grape va­ri­etals and the wines they pro­duce. Satur­day will be Cheese­board Day, fea­tur­ing lo­cal cheeses and ac­cou­trements for pur­chase and to en­joy with a glass of wine. From noon to 4 p.m. Sun­day, en­joy lunch with the Grilled Cheese Café 2 Food Truck.

■ Tolino Vine­yards, Ban­gor will team up with Ban­gor Trust Brew­ing and of­fer fresh Bavar­ian pret­zels with ar­ti­san or­ganic flour, raw sugar, and kosher salt poached in a brewer’s malt bath and baked to per­fec­tion. They will be served with a sides of Ban­gor Trust’s home­made lo­cal honey stone ground mus­tard and spicy chili pep­per mus­tard and paired with Cham­bourcin or Rad Red (a sweeter Cham­bourcin.)

Tours of the vine­yard are of­fered at 2 and 4 p.m. Satur­day and Sun­day, where guests will have the chance to taste a ripen­ing Cham­bourcin grape right from the vine. Live mu­sic on Satur­day by Ge­orge Baier from 1 to 4 p.m.

■ Vynecrest, Breinigsvi­lle will of­fer a chicken wrap with Amer­i­can cheese, let­tuce and tomato with a BBQ sauce made by Cibo Food Truck, paired with a newly re­leased 2018 Cham­bourcin. Live mu­sic from

1 to 4 p.m. Satur­day and Sun­day: Satur­day - Steve My­ers, and Sun­day - Michael Green. Wine slushy fla­vors are Vynecrest Red and Pump­kin Spice. Fea­tured drink is Bour­bon Pump­kin Cider.

Info: lehigh­val­ley­wine­trail.com

Ap­ple Jam

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 19, Eas­ton’s Cen­tre Square

As part of the reg­u­lar weekly Eas­ton Farm­ers Mar­ket, you can come out an en­joy an ap­ple-themed day of fun. If you ever wanted to find out the dif­fer­ence in fla­vors be­tween ap­ple va­ri­eties, this is the event for you. You can come taste sam­ples of up to 20 va­ri­eties of Penn­syl­va­nia and New Jersey ap­ples. You can also take part in an ap­ple-pie eat­ing con­test. en­joy live mu­sic and more.

Info: eas­t­on­farm­ers­mar­ket .com/event/ap­ple-jam-3/

PA Ba­con Fest

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 2 and 3 at sites around Eas­ton’s Cen­tre Square

This an­nual event is one of the most pop­u­lar food events in the Val­ley. The smell alone will make you happy.

Back to the fes­ti­val, which marks its eighth year: The fes­ti­val will of­fer more than a 150 ven­dors and more than a dozen mu­si­cal acts on sev­eral dif­fer­ent stages.

Menu: You’ll find ev­ery con­ceiv­able ver­sion of ba­con — from strips you can take home to siz­zle up your­self, to ba­con-wrapped foods, ba­con-in­fused drinks and even ba­con desserts.

You can also check out culi­nary demos, chef bat­tles, hog-calling com­pe­ti­tions, mas­cot dashes, ba­con-eat­ing bat­tles, cos­tume con­tests and kids’ events.

How much: It’s free to walk around. A $2 do­na­tion, how­ever, will en­ter you into a fes­ti­val raf­fle. Some events may re­quire tick­ets.

Info: paba­con­fest.com/

s’Mac Down

Nov. 17 at Musik­fest Cafe, SteelS­tacks

Two tast­ing ses­sions: 1 to 2:30 p.m.; and 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Ve­gan mac and “cheese” is the theme of this fun food event, now in its third year.

You don’t have to be ve­gan to en­joy this event, how­ever, as it of­fers you the chance to taste a va­ri­ety of ways to en­joy mac with a non-dairy cheese — from creamy cashew to silky but­ter­nut squash.

Af­ter you’ve done all your sam­pling, you can vote for your fa­vorites. The s’Mac Down Cham­pion will be awarded with a cus­tom-blown tro­phy from the Art­sQuest Glass Stu­dio at the Ba­nana Fac­tory.

How much: Gen­eral ad­mis­sion to ei­ther ses­sion, $20 plus fees; VIP, which gives you in­clude early en­trance to the event (noon and 3:30) for the first chance to taste the macs and meet the chefs, $29 plus fees.

Info, tick­ets: bit.ly/2n8T219

Thurs­day CONCERTS

Fes­ti­val UnBound: Poets, Troubadour­s, and Trou­ble­mak­ers: Live, orig­i­nal mu­sic, cre­ated in the spirit of Fes­ti­val UnBound and ded­i­cated to the Fes­ti­val’s mis­sion of en­vi­sion­ing Beth­le­hem’s fu­ture. A col­lab­o­ra­tion with God­frey Daniels artist and folk mu­si­cian Anne Hills. 7-8:30 p.m. The Lyric Room, Miller Sym­phony Hall, 23 N. Sixth St., Al­len­town. $15. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

John Waite: Bri­tish rocker. 7:30 p.m. Musik­fest Cafe, Art­sQuest Cen­ter at SteelS­tacks, 101 Founders Way, Beth­le­hem. $30-$35. 610-3323378. steels­tacks.org.

Ralph Pagano: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Art­sWalk Pocket Park, Church and Court streets, Al­len­town. Free. Stranger Sings Halloween Cabaret and Open Mike: Star of the

Day per­form­ers Ben­jamin Ruth, Vic­to­ria, Spruiell, and Keith Moser per­form 1980s fa­vorites from the three sea­sons of Stranger Things. Sing with the piano player, ac­com­pany your­self, per­form slam po­etry, play any in­stru­ment. Bring sheet mu­sic for the ac­com­pa­nist. 8-10 p.m. Al­len­town Brew Works, 812 Hamil­ton St. $10. 484-809-9228. StaroftheD­ay.org.

FILM

Reel Queer Film Series presents “Wild Nights with Emily”: Drama­ti­za­tion of the lit­tle-known side of the writer Emily Dick­in­son’s life, in par­tic­u­lar, her re­la­tion­ship with an­other wo­man. Talk­back with Liz Brad­bury and dessert re­cep­tion fol­low. 6:30-9 p.m. Brad­bury-Sul­li­van LGBT Com­mu­nity Cen­ter, 522 W. Maple St., Al­len­town. Free. 610-347-9988. brad­bury­sul­li­van­cen­ter.org/rqf­s_wild­nightswith­emily.

Space­balls: John Candy Trib­ute Series: A rogue star pi­lot and his trusty side­kick must come to the res­cue of a princess and save the galaxy from a ruth­less race of be­ings known as Space­balls. 7:309:10 p.m. Frank Banko Ale­house Cin­e­mas, Art­sQuest Cen­ter, 101 Founders Way, Beth­le­hem. $10; $8, se­niors, stu­dents; $7.50, mem­bers. 610-297-7100. steels­tacks.org.

HALLOWEEN

Bates Mo­tel and Haunted Hayride: Check into the mo­tel, slip past scare­crows, zom­bies and other evils in the Re­venge of the Scare­crows Haunted Corn Trail, or try your luck on the Haunted Hayride through Aras­pha Farm. 6:30-10:30 p.m. Bates Mo­tel, 1835 Mid­dle­town Road (Route 352),

Glen Mills. $15-$40. 610-459-0647. the­bates­mo­tel.com.

Lan­caster Field of Screams: Fright­mare Asy­lum, Den of Dark­ness, Haunted Hayride and Noc­tur­nal Waste­land, live bands and other spe­cial events, in­clud­ing 5K Zom­bie Fun Run, bat­tle of the bands com­pe­ti­tion. En­ter­tain­ment area in­cludes live mu­sic, toxic head toss, zom­bie foot­ball throw, prize can­nons, big screen movies. 6 p.m. Through Nov. 9. Field of Screams, 191 Col­lege Ave., Mountville. $16$35. 717-285-7748. field­of­screams.com.

Six Flags FrightFest: Sea­sonal rides, scare zones, ter­ror trails and haunted mazes plus zom­bies and Halloween-themed shows and at­trac­tions. High­lights in­clude Af­ter­math, Dead Man’s Party’s

20th An­niver­sary Bash, Blood Shed, Pro­fes­sor Slithers Goes Wild, Scary-oke, 30-Hour Cof­fin Chal­lenge. 6-9 p.m. Through Oct. 30. Six Flags Great Ad­ven­ture, Route 537, Jack­son, New Jersey. $67.99 and over. frightfest.sixflags.com/ greatad­ven­ture.

Ter­ror Be­hind the Walls: Six ter­ri­fy­ing at­trac­tions in­side the crum­bling cell­blocks of a real pri­son. 7 p.m. Through Nov. 9. East­ern State Pen­i­ten­tiary, 2027 Fair­mount Av­enue, Philadelph­ia. $24-$44. 215-236-3300. ter­ror­be­hindthe­walls.com.

KIDS & FAM­ILY

Arthur’s World: Na­tional tour­ing ex­hi­bi­tion based on the PBS Chil­dren’s tele­vi­sion series. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Jan. 5. Read­ing Pub­lic Mu­seum, 500 Mu­seum Road, Read­ing. $10; $6, se­niors, ages 4-17, col­lege stu­dents. 610-371-5850. read­ing­pub­lic­mu­seum.org.

Cray­ola Screamin’ Green Haun­toween: Crafts and spe­cial spooky hap­pen­ings. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Through Oct. 31. Cray­ola Ex­pe­ri­ence, 30 Cen­tre Square, Eas­ton. $21.99. 952-851-5800. cray­ola­ex­pe­ri­ence.com.

Jack-O-Lantern Lane: Halloween dis­play with a new fo­cus on ex­plor­ing light, op­ti­cal il­lu­sions, and fun sen­sory chal­lenges.10 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Nov. 3. Da Vinci Science Cen­ter, 3145 Hamil­ton Boule­vard By­pass, Al­len­town. $14.95. 484664-1002. davin­ci­science­cen­ter.org/jack-o-lantern-lane/. Linvilla Hayrides To The Witches House: Visit the witches house for sto­ries, jokes and a treat, fol­lowed by a bon­fire with marsh­mal­lows to roast and ap­ple cider. 5:30-8 p.m. Through Oct. 30. Linvilla Or­chards, 137 W. Knowl­ton Road, Me­dia. $9. 610-867-7116. linvilla.com.

Maize Quest: “BEE aMAZED!”: 10acre corn­field maze cel­e­brat­ing bees in­clud­ing hon­ey­bee, New Jersey’s state in­sect, plus gem­stone min­ing, hay rides, kids’ play­ground and the Farm Mar­ket. Flash­light nights (5-8 p.m. Satur­days in Oct.). 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Nov. 10. Stony Hill Farms, 15 North Road, Ch­ester, New Jersey. $13.99; $14.99, Oct.; free, 2 and un­der. 908-879-2696. stony­hill­farms.com.

Pump­kin­land: Halloween dis­play of car­toon char­ac­ters, scare­crows,

hay hutch and pump­kins, day­time hayride ($5), night hayrides (7-8:30 p.m. Oct. 16-17, 21-23; $8; $7, ages 11 and un­der) and fun­house, corn­stalk maze and Caper’s Cas­tle ($3). 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Oct. 31. Colo­nial Gar­dens, 745 Schuylkill Road, Phoenixvil­le. Free. 610-9489755. colo­nial­gar­denspa.com/ halloween.

Pump­kin­land: Live mu­sic and en­ter­tain­ment, hayrides, train rides, straw bale and corn­field mazes, pick-your-own pump­kins and ap­ples, Hayrides to the Witch’s House (5:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 4-30), Jack-O-Lantern Ex­hibit (6 p.m. Oct. 18-30), cos­tume-pa­rade (3 p.m. Oct. 27). 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Through

Nov. 10. Linvilla Or­chards, 137 W. Knowl­ton Road, Me­dia. 610-8677116. linvilla.com.

THE­ATER

1984: Aquila Theatre’s pro­duc­tion of Ge­orge Or­well’s novel, writ­ten in 1944 near the end of World War II, de­pict­ing a so­ci­ety con­trolled by a per­fectly to­tal­i­tar­ian gov­ern­ment bent on re­press­ing all sub­ver­sive ten­den­cies. 7 p.m. F.M. Kirby Cen­ter, 71 Pub­lic Square, Wilkes-Barre. $10. 570-826-1100. kir­by­cen­ter.org.

Clue: The Mu­si­cal: Mu­si­cal based on the pop­u­lar board game. 2 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Pines Din­ner Theatre, 448 N. 17th St., Al­len­town. $15-$50. 610-433-2333. pines­din­nerthe­atre.com. Fes­ti­val UnBound: Hid­den Seed: Beth­le­hem’s For­got­ten Utopia: Orig­i­nal pro­duc­tion writ­ten by Touch­stone Theatre’s founder Bill Ge­orge and Lehigh Univer­sity’s

Seth Moglen, ex­plor­ing Beth­le­hem’s birth and how it can strengthen the fu­ture by un­earthing the sto­ries of mul­ti­cul­tur­al­ism and women’s rights. PBS 39 SteelS­tacks, 839 Se­same St., Beth­le­hem. $20. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

The Ghost Train: High jinks and chills en­sue when a group of peo­ple be­come stranded at an iso­lated sta­tion and a leg­endary phan­tom train ap­proaches. 7:30 p.m.

Through Oct. 20. Lack­land Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, Sit­nik Theatre, 715 Grand Ave., Hack­ettstown, New Jersey. $17.50-$32. 908-979-0900. cen­te­narys­tageco.org.

Hamil­ton: The story of Alexan­der Hamil­ton, an im­mi­grant from the West Indies who be­came Ge­orge Wash­ing­ton’s right-hand man dur­ing the Revo­lu­tion­ary War and was the new na­tion’s first trea­sury sec­re­tary. 7:30 p.m. Through Nov. 17. The For­rest Theatre, 1114 Wal­nut St., Philadelph­ia. $129-$199. 215-9231515. for­rest-theatre.com/hamil­ton.html.

Work­ing: A Mu­si­cal: Col­lec­tion of sto­ries about the or­di­nary hopes and dreams of the Amer­i­can worker, based on Studs Terkel’s best-sell­ing book. Pre­sented by Act 1. 8 p.m. Through Oct. 20. DeSales Univer­sity, Schu­bert Theatre, 2755 Sta­tion Ave., Cen­ter Val­ley. $29-$31. 610-282-3192. desales.edu/act1.

OTHER

Al­len­town Gar­den Club Meet­ing: Brian Du­vall, pres­i­dent of Bartlett Tree Ex­perts, talks on the “Car­ing for Trees and Shrubs”. 12:30 p.m. Em­maus Mo­ra­vian Church, 146

Main St., Free.

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.

Autumn Moon Hayrides: En­joy a hayride through Linvilla’s or­chards fol­lowed by a camp­fire with marsh­mal­low roast and ap­ple cider. 6 p.m., 7 p.m. Through Nov. 9. Linvilla Or­chards, 137 W Knowl­ton Rd, Me­dia. $7.50. 610-876-7116. linvilla.com.

Beth­le­hem Farm­ers Mar­ket: Fresh pro­duce, lunch items, baked goods, nat­u­ral goods, more. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Through Oct. 31. Lehigh Univer­sity, Far­ring­ton Square, New and Mor­ton streets, Beth­le­hem. sus­tain­abil­ity.lehigh.edu/beth­le­hem-farm­ers-mar­ket.

Big Brews: Food, drinks, live mu­sic, sports auc­tion and more to ben­e­fit Big Brothers Big Sis­ters of the Lehigh Val­ley. 6-9 p.m. HiJinx Brew­ing Com­pany, 905 Har­ri­son St., Al­len­town. $25, ad­vance; $30, at the door. classy.org/event/big­brews/e251486.

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. 908-283-0721. the­farmin­har­mony.com.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: Touch­stone Theatre’s 10-day fes­ti­val of orig­i­nal the­ater, com­mu­nity con­ver­sa­tions and other ac­tiv­i­ties held at Touch­stone, Beth­le­hem Pub­lic Li­brary, Charles Brown Ice House, Lehigh Univer­sity and other lo­ca­tions. Events in­clude Fes­ti­val UnBound cabaret (Oct. 11-12, Touch­stone). Through Oct. 13. Touch­stone Theatre, 321 E. Fourth St., Beth­le­hem. Free and tick­eted events. 610-8671689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com. Fes­ti­val UnBound: Be­yond Utopia: Vis­it­ing Pol­ish com­pany Teatr Brama leads Mo­ra­vian Col­lege un­der­grad­u­ate stu­dents as well as grad­u­ate stu­dents from the new Mo­ra­vian/Touch­stone MFA pro­gram in Per­for­mance Cre­ation an orig­i­nal work de­vel­oped for the fes­ti­val. The per­for­mance will ex­plore the themes of poverty and in­equal­ity in pur­suit of a new vi­sion for Beth­le­hem’s fu­ture. 6-7 p.m. Through Fri. Beth­le­hem Area Pub­lic Li­brary, 11 W. Church St., Beth­le­hem. $10; $5, se­niors. stu­dents. 610-8671689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com. Fes­ti­val UnBound: Com­mu­nity Con­ver­sa­tions: Ex­plore fes­ti­val themes in a re­laxed en­vi­ron­ment, mod­er­ated by Touch­stone Ensem­ble mem­ber/Mo­ra­vian Col­lege pro­fes­sor Christo­pher Shorr. noon-1 p.m. Through Fri. Cafe at the Lodge, 427 E. Fourth St., Beth­le­hem. Free. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: For­ward March: The Fu­ture of Our War­riors: Orig­i­nal pro­duc­tion by Women Vet­er­ans Em­pow­ered & Thriv­ing, fea­tur­ing po­etry, sto­ry­telling and the­ater de­signed to bridge the gap be­tween vet­er­ans and civil­ians. 8-9:30 p.m. Touch­stone Theatre, 321 E. Fourth St., Beth­le­hem. $15; $10, se­niors, stu­dents, vet­er­ans. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: To Hunt a

Wild Utopia: A wild the­atri­cal ride through Beth­le­hem on a quest for utopia with Ag­ile Ras­cal Bi­cy­cle Tour­ing Theatre. Bi­cy­cles pro­vided. Reg­is­tra­tion sug­gested. 3:30-5 p.m. Through Oct. 12. Charles A. Brown Ice House, 56 River St., Beth­le­hem. $15; $10, se­niors, stu­dents. 610-8671689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

“The Girls” Night Out: Car­ni­val theme com­plete with games, door prizes, a DJ, danc­ing, face paint­ing, photo booth, hors d’oeu­vres, cock­tails, silent auc­tion and more in sup­port of St. Luke’s Breast Can­cer Com­pas­sion Fund. 5:30 p.m. Home­wood Suites, 3350 Cen­ter Val­ley Park­way, Cen­ter Val­ley. $35. 866785-8537. slhn.org/Girl­sNightOut.

Haunted Her­itage Pro­gram: The ghosts of the Slate Belt past re­turn to tell their tales. 7 p.m. Slate Belt Her­itage Cen­ter, 30 N. First St., Ban­gor. $10. 484-894-5661. slate­belther­itage.net. Hel­l­er­ick’s Ad­ven­ture Farm:

18-acre ad­ven­ture farm with over 45 ac­tiv­i­ties, a 5-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. Macungie Me­mo­rial Park, 50 N. Po­plar St. ma­cungie­farm­ers­mar­ket.com. Mys­tery Science The­ater 3000 LIVE: The Great Cheesy Movie Cir­cus Tour: Fi­nal tour with host Joel Hodgson and movie-rif­fling ro­bots, Tom Servo, Crow and Gypsy, take au­di­ence mem­bers on a roller coaster ride through some of the cheesi­est films ever made. 7:30 p.m. Zoell­ner Arts Cen­ter, Baker Hall, 420 E. Packer Ave., Beth­le­hem. $55; $45; $35. 610-758-2787. zoell­ner­arts­cen­ter.org. Philly’s The Glow: A Jack O’Lantern Ex­pe­ri­ence: Stroll down Jack’s Lane filled with 5,000 hand-carved, il­lu­mi­nated pump­kins trans­formed into land­scapes, iconic fig­ures and larger-than-life Jack o’ lantern struc­tures. 6:45-9 p.m. Through Nov. 3. West Fair­mont Park, ad­ja­cent to the Mann Mu­sic Cen­ter, on Park­side Av­enue, Philadelph­ia. $22.99; $19.99, ages 3-12. the­glow­jack­olantern.com/philadelph­ia. Science on Sphere: Hur­ri­canes:

What in­flu­ences hur­ri­canes, how fre­quently and where do they oc­cur, and what are their ef­fects? Re­visit some re­cent sig­nif­i­cant hur­ri­canes and dis­cuss the fu­ture po­ten­tial for more in­tense storms. 7 p.m. Also Sat. Nur­ture Na­ture Cen­ter, 518 Northamp­ton St., Eas­ton. 610-253-4432. nur­ture­na­ture­cen­ter.org. Unangst Tree Farm Fall Fun:

Hayrides to the pump­kin patch, “The Three Silly Goats and Their Stuff” theme corn maze, pet­ting zoo, farm mar­kets, snack stands, more. noon-5 p.m. Through Oct. 31. Unangst Tree Farm, 7317 Beth­le­hem-Bath Pike, Bath. 610-837-7531. unangst-tree­farm.com/fall-3024info. Up­per Bucks Foodie: Sam­ple food, lo­cal beer and wine. Ben­e­fits the Penn­syl­va­nia Free En­ter­prise Foun­da­tion. Hosted by Up­per Bucks Cham­ber of Com­merce Foun­da­tion. 5:30-8 p.m. Sands Chrysler Jeep Dodge Show­room, Route 309, Quak­er­town. 215-5363211. ubcc.org/foodie.html.

Fri­day ART

“Ex­pres­sive Pat­terns” Artist Re­cep­tion: A body of work merg­ing pat­terns and por­traits, ab­stract and rep­re­sen­ta­tive in Katie Dawe’s heav­ily sat­u­rated color schemes, on dis­play through Oct. 31. 6-8 p.m. Ea­gle Nest Gallery, Nazareth Area High School, East Cen­ter Street. Free. 610-759-1730.

“The In­ner Eye of Art, The Outer Spark” Open­ing Re­cep­tion: Works in paint­ing and sculp­ture by Thom Cooney Craw­ford on dis­play through Jan. 5. 6-9 p.m. Nur­ture Na­ture Cen­ter, 518 Northamp­ton St., Eas­ton. 610-253-4432. nu­ture­na­ture­cen­ter.org.

Peer Per­spec­tives: The art­work of Kutz­town Univer­sity stu­dents De­laney Hen­sor, Ge­of­frey De­marro, Mor­gan Musser, McKayla Mich­ener, and Ariel Wal­ter. Open­ing re­cep­tion, 5-7 p.m. Oct. 11. 5-7 p.m. Through Oct. 13. Stu­dio B, 39A East Philadelph­ia Ave., Boy­er­town. Free. 610-413-9565. stu­diobbb.org.

CLAS­SI­CAL/OPERA

Estelle Borhek John­ston Me­mo­rial Fes­ti­val Con­cert: Dan For­rest’s Re­quiem for the Liv­ing and Beethoven’s Cho­ral Fantasy per­formed by the Cen­tral Mo­ra­vian Church Fes­ti­val Choir and Orches­tra, and Becky Le­pore, piano soloist. 7:30 p.m. Cen­tral Mo­ra­vian Church, Old Chapel, 73 W. Church St., Beth­le­hem. Free. 610-866-5661. cen­tral­mora­vianchurch.org. Le­nape Cham­ber Ensem­ble: Clas­si­cal mu­sic pro­gram in­cludes cham­ber mu­sic by Beethoven, Ives and Saint-Saens for strings and piano. 8:15 p.m. Up­per Tinicum Lutheran Church, 188 Up­per Tinicum Church Road, Up­per Black Eddy. $18; $15; $5. 610-294-9361. lenapecham­berensem­ble.org.

CONCERTS

Boy­er­town’s Pick­fest: Three days with 12 bands on seven stages through­out the town of Boy­er­town along­side ar­ti­san gal­leries, shoppes, lo­cal craft beers and ciders, and area winer­ies and dis­til­leries. Through Sun. Philadelph­ia Av­enue, Boy­er­town. Free. boy­er­town­spick­fest.com.

Eric Church , Dou­ble Down Tour:

8 p.m. Also Sat. Wells Fargo Cen­ter, 3601 S. Broad St., Philadelph­ia. on sale March 22. 800-298-4200. Well­sFar­goCen­terPhilly.com. Fes­ti­val UnBound Cabaret: Fri­day Pride-day cel­e­brates lo­cal LGBTQ artists and fea­tures Prince Eliot, Bronze for Birdy, King Leo and DJ Brad Scott, fol­lowed by disco danc­ing. Food and drink for pur­chase. 8 p.m. Touch­stone Theatre park­ing lot, 321 E. Fourth St., Beth­le­hem. Free. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: Poets, Troubadour­s, and Trou­ble­mak­ers: Live, orig­i­nal mu­sic, cre­ated in the spirit of Fes­ti­val UnBound. A col­lab­o­ra­tion with God­frey Daniels artist and folk mu­si­cian Anne Hills. Panel dis­cus­sion fol­lows per­for­mance. 8-9:30 p.m. God­frey Daniels, 7 E. Fourth St., Beth­le­hem. $15. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

The Four Ital­ian Tenors: A salute to En­rico Caruso, Mario Lanza, Lu­ciano Pavarotti and An­drea Bo­celli. 8 p.m. State Theatre, 453 Northamp­ton St., Eas­ton. $45; $35. 610-252-3132. stateth­e­atre.org. Mar­cus Roberts and the Mod­ern Jazz Gen­er­a­tion: Award-win­ning pi­anist and com­poser. 8-10 p.m. Kim­mel Cen­ter for the Per­form­ing Arts, Perel­man The­ater, 300 S. Broad St., Philadelph­ia. $30-$47. 215-893-1999. kim­mel­cen­ter.org. Out to Lunch Con­cert Series: Brad Rau: Clas­si­cal gui­tarist. noon-1 p.m. Do­maci, 21 E. Third St., Beth­le­hem. Free. 610-419-9180. south­sidearts­dis­trict.com/out-tol­unch-con­cert-series/.

Pent­ley Holmes: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Art­sWalk Pocket Park, Church and Court streets, Al­len­town. Free. Sarah Larsen & Danny Ste­wart: Pre­sented by the Kutz­town Folk Mu­sic So­ci­ety. 7:30 p.m. Janelle’s Restau­rant and Cater­ing Hall, 360 Fleet­wood Road, Bow­ers. $9; $7, se­niors; free, stu­dents with ID, ages 12 and un­der. 610-683-8720. kfms.org.

FILM

Found Footage Fes­ti­val: Joe Pick­ett and Nick Prue­her take au­di­ence mem­bers on a guided tour of their all-time fa­vorite VHS finds. 8 p.m. Colo­nial Theatre, 227 Bridge St., Phoenixvil­le. $25; $20, mem­bers. 610-917-1228. the­colo­nialthe­atre.com.

“Ho­cus Po­cus”: Live dis­cus­sion and Q&A with Kathy Na­jimy be­fore the screen­ing of the clas­sic Halloween movie. 7:30 p.m. F.M. Kirby Cen­ter, 71 Pub­lic Square, WilkesBarr­e. $20; $30; $40; $99. 570826-1100. kir­by­cen­ter.org.

HALLOWEEN

Barn of Hor­rors and Ter­ror Trail: Sin­is­ter ap­pari­tions roam the grounds haunt­ing the cen­tury-old barn and trail. Pre­sented by the Womels­dorf Area Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion. 7-10 p.m. Through Oct. 27. VFW Barn, Water and Jef­fer­son streets, Womels­dorf. $10, barn or trail; $15, combo. 484-529-6989. barnofhor­rors.com.

Bates Mo­tel and Haunted Hayride: 6:30-10:30 p.m. See Thurs.

Dor­ney’s Halloween Haunt: Haunted mazes, scare zones, rides and mon­sters prowl­ing the park. Through Nov. 2. Dor­ney Park, 3830 Dor­ney Park Road, South White­hall Town­ship. 610-395-2000. dor­ney­park.com.

Drac­ula’s Do­main: Haunted Hayride, Psy­cho Path, Dead End Corn Maze. 7-11 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Drac­ula’s Do­main, 569 Mon­mouth Road, Jack­son, New Jersey. $15-$30. 732-928-0393. drac­u­las­do­main.net.

Elys­burg Haunted House: Haunted path through a wooded area and a walk-through, two-story house and cel­lar. Ben­e­fits the Elys­burg Val­ley Gun and Coun­try Club. 7 p.m. Through Oct. 26. Elys­burg Val­ley Gun and Coun­try Club, Route 487, Elys­burg. $15. 570-6722920. face­book.com/Elys­burgHaunt­edHouse.

Haunted Hayride: Dark and twist­ing trails of ter­ror to ben­e­fit the fire com­pany. 7-10 p.m. Through Oct. 26. Tyler­sport Vol­un­teer Fire Com­pany, 125 Ridge Road, Tyler­sport. $10; free, aes 4 and un­der. 215-2575900. tyler­sport­fireco.com. Haunted Hayride in the Park­way: Thrills, chills and frights will put a scare into your night. Ben­e­fits the White­hall Fire Depart­ment. 7-11 p.m. Through Oct. 26. White­hall Park­way Re­cre­ational Area, 4689 S. Church St., White­hall. $12; $7, ages 6-12; free. ages 5 and un­der. 610437-5524 ext. 226.

Haunted Red Mill: Twists and turns and ghouls and zom­bies. 7-10 p.m. Through Oct. 26. Red Mill Mu­seum Vil­lage, 56 Main St., Clin­ton, New Jersey. $30. 908-735-4101. red­mill­haunt­edvil­lage.org.

The Haunt­ing at the Wal­dorf Ho­tel: Wal­dorf Ho­tel, Haunted Hayride and In­fec­tion, Zom­bie Es­cape Room. 7-11 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Wal­dorf Es­tate of Fear, 6325 In­ter­change Road, Le­high­ton. $30-$55. 610-824-6835. wal­dor­fes­ta­te­of­fear.com.

Ho­tel of Hor­ror and Al­tered Night­mares: Ho­tel of Hor­ror and Al­tered Night­mares. 7-11 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Lake­house Ho­tel, Route 115 and Cherry Val­ley Road, Say­lors­burg. $5-$35. hotelofhor­ror.com.

Ja­son’s Woods: Lost in Ja­son’s Woods, Cham­ber of Hor­rors, Car­ni­val of Fear, Zom­bie Apoca­lypse, Hor­ri­fy­ing Hayride, live mu­sic, mid­way, the­atri­cal shows, Psy­cho Cir­cus 3-D at­trac­tion. 7-10 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Ja­son’s Woods, 90 Stehman Road, Lan­caster. $25, 3 at­trac­tions; $40, 5 at­trac­tions. 717-875-5110. ja­sonswoods.com. Kim’s Krypt Haunted Mill: Kim’s Crazy Maze, House of Eyes, Ter­ror Trail, Hor­ror of Menges Mill, Dark De­s­pair, Zom­bie Es­cape Room. 6-11 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Colo­nial Val­ley Scream Park, 5932 Colo­nial Val­ley Road, Spring Grove. $5-$95. kim­skrypt.com.

Lan­caster Field of Screams: 6 p.m. See Thurs. Lehigh Val­ley Scream Park: Hol­low of Hor­ror Hayride, Hill­billy Hell, Slaugh­ter Barn, all new Psy­cho Path. 6-10 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Lehigh Val­ley Scream Park, 2951 Betz Court, Ore­field. $25; $30; $45. 610-395-4373. lehigh­val­leyscream­park.com.

Palmer­ton Halls of Hor­ror: Gross and gory hard­core haunted house. Op­tional Blood Ex­pe­ri­ence ($35). 7-11 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Halls of Hor­ror, 320 Delaware Ave., Palmer­ton. $20. hall­sofhor­ror.net. Philly Fright Fac­tory: 25,000square-foot haunted house in a 105-year-old build­ing in South Philadelph­ia. 7:30-11 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Fright Fac­tory, 2200 S. Swan­son St., Philadelph­ia. $20$45. fright­fac­to­rypa.com.

Reaper’s Re­venge: A haunted hayride, Lost Car­ni­val, Pitch Black,

Sec­tor 13. 6-11 p.m. Through Nov. 3. Reaper’s Re­venge, 460 Green Grove Road, Scran­ton. $35-$45. reaper­sre­venge.net. Scream Moun­tain: Haunted hayride, starter haunted hayride (6 p.m.; $10), haunted lift and walk, Oc­to­ber Heart of Dark­ness Tours ($89, reser­va­tion only). 6:30-10 p.m. Through Oct. 26. Spring Moun­tain, 757 Spring Mount Road, Sch­wenksville. $18; $25. 610-2877900. spring­moun­tainad­ven­tures.com. Shady Brook Farm Hor­ror­fest:

Hayride of Hor­ror, Barn of Hor­ror, 3-D Alien En­counter, Car­nage. 6-10 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Road, Yard­ley. $18-$50. 215-968-1670. shady­brook­farm.com. Sink­ing Spring Shock­to­ber­fest:

27th year of killer ex­pe­ri­ences: Ground As­sault Zom­bie Laser Tag, Pri­son of the Dead Es­cape, Zom­bie Sa­fari Hayride, Zom­bie Paint­ball Hayride, Black­out and Hooded Hayride, The Un­known 2.0, Mon­ster Mid­way, Zom­bie Mud Run, Zom­bie Night Run, Naked and Scared Chal­lenge, Bat­tle of the Bands

(Oct. 13), Black­out and the Hooded Hayride (Nov. 2-3). 6-10 p.m. Through Nov. 9. Shock­to­ber­fest, Park Av­enue, Sink­ing Spring. $10$70. 610-375-7273. shock­to­ber­fest.com. Six Flags FrightFest: 6 p.m.mid­night See Thurs. Ter­ror Be­hind the Walls: 7 p.m. See Thurs.

Val­ley of Fear and the Orig­i­nal Haunted Hayride: Haunted hayride, Scary Tales (haunted for­est walk), Miles Manor, Op­er­a­tion Z Es­cape Ad­ven­ture (zom­bie paint­ball hunt). 7-10 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Phoenix Sport Club, 301 W. Bris­tol Road, Feast­er­ville. $15-$47. 215-942-9787. val­ley­of­fear.com.

KIDS & FAM­ILY

Arthur’s World: Na­tional tour­ing ex­hi­bi­tion based on the PBS Chil­dren’s tele­vi­sion series. (Sept. 27-Jan. 5). 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Jan. 5. Read­ing Pub­lic Mu­seum, 500 Mu­seum Road, Read­ing. $10; $6, se­niors, ages 4-17, col­lege stu­dents. 610-371-5850. read­ing­pub­lic­mu­seum.org.

Corn Cob Acres: 50 ac­tiv­i­ties through­out six themed ar­eas the Barn­yard, the Pump­kin Patch, the Wild West, the Pas­ture Play­land, Farm­land, and Hid­den Acres. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Nov. 3. Field of Screams, 191 Col­lege Ave., Mountville. $15; $11, se­niors; free, ages 2 and un­der. 717-285-7748. corn­cobacres.com.

Count’s Halloween Spook­tac­u­lar: Kids can come in cos­tume and en­joy Halloween-themed shows, Count von Count-themed me­chan­i­cal rides, Halloween pa­rade, trickor-treat­ing, char­ac­ters, more. 4-8 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Se­same

Place, 100 Se­same Road, Langhorne. $49.99. 215-752-7070. sesame­place.com.

Cray­ola Screamin’ Green Haun­toween: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. See Thurs. “Ho­cus Po­cus” Movie Night:

Pre-show ac­tiv­i­ties (5:30 p.m.), movie be­gin­ning just af­ter sun­set (ap­prox­i­mately 6:30 p.m.). 5:30-9 p.m. The Prom­e­nade Shops at Sau­con Val­ley, 2845 Cen­ter Val­ley Park­way, Cen­ter Val­ley. Free. 610791-9707. the­p­rom­e­nadeshop­sat­saucon­va­l­ley.com/event/ho­cus­pocus-movie-night/2145530983/.

Jack-O-Lantern Lane: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Linvilla Hayrides To The Witches House: 5:30-8:30 p.m. See Thurs.

Maize Quest: “BEE aMAZED!”: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Mer­chants Square Mall Model

Train Ex­hibit: 40 trains; 18,000 feet of track; more than 1,000 struc­tures; 30,000 lights; thun­der, light­ning and rain storm; 60-piece op­er­at­ing amuse­ment park and op­er­at­ing drive-in movie the­ater; Thomas the Tank En­gine and Friends. 12:30-5:30 p.m. Mer­chants Square, 1901 S. 12th St., Al­len­town. $10; $8, se­niors; $5, ages 5-12; free ages 4 and un­der. 610-797-7743. mod­el­trainex­hibit.com.

Pump­kin­land: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Pump­kin­land: 8 a.m.-9 p.m. See Thurs. Seiple Farms Corn Maze: 26-acre Kitchen Magic maze ($7; free, ages 2 and un­der), hayrides, pick-yourown pump­kins, amuse­ments, haunted barn, farm an­i­mals, more. noon-6 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Seiple Farms, Route 329, Bath. Free. 610837-6282. seiple­farms.com.

SPECTATOR SPORT

Lehigh Val­ley Phan­toms vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scran­ton Pen­guins: 7:05 p.m. PPL Cen­ter, 701 Hamil­ton St., Al­len­town. $15$45.50. 610-224-4625. phan­tomshockey.com.

THE­ATER

And Then There Were None: Ten strangers are sum­moned to a re­mote is­land. All have a wicked past and a se­cret that will seal their fate. As the weather turns and the group is cut off from the main­land, the blood­bath be­gins and one by one they are bru­tally mur­dered in ac­cor­dance with the lines of a sin­is­ter nurs­ery rhyme. 7:30 p.m. Through Sun. Penn­syl­va­nia Play­house, 390 Il­lick’s Mill Road, Beth­le­hem. $25; $22, se­niors, stu­dents. 610-865-6665. paplay­house.org. Born Yes­ter­day: A ty­coon hires a tu­tor to teach his lover proper eti­quette, with un­ex­pected re­sults. 2 p.m. Through Oct. 20. Shawnee Play­house, 552 River Road, Shawnee on Delaware. $12-$19. 570-421-5093. the­shawneepla­y­house.com.

Clue: The Mu­si­cal: 8 p.m. See Thurs.

The Ghost Train: 8 p.m. See Thurs. Hamil­ton: 8 p.m. See Thurs.

The Mys­tery of Ed­win Drood: Mu­si­cal mur­der mys­tery meets its match when the au­di­ence chooses

the end­ing. 8 p.m. Through Oct. 20. Steel River Play­house, 245 E. High St., Pottstown. $17-$29. 610-9701199. steel­river­play­house.org.

The Rocky Hor­ror Pic­ture Show: Brad and Janet seek shel­ter at a mys­te­ri­ous old cas­tle on a dark and stormy night where they en­counter a trans­ves­tite sci­en­tist, Dr. Frank

‘N’ Furter, who is in the midst of a ma­ni­a­cal ex­per­i­ment to cre­ate his “per­fect” man, Rocky. 7 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Bucks County Play­house, 70 S. Main St., New Hope. 215-862-2121. bcpthe­ater.org. Sun­set Boule­vard: Based on the film noir by Billy Wilder about a faded silent film star draws an un­suc­cess­ful screen­writer into her fantasy world where she dreams of mak­ing a tri­umphant re­turn to the screen. 7:30 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Civic Theatre, 19th Street Theatre, 527 N. 19th St., Al­len­town. $25-$34. 610-432-8943. civicthe­atre.com. Work­ing: A Mu­si­cal: Col­lec­tion of sto­ries about the or­di­nary hopes and dreams of the Amer­i­can worker, based on Studs Terkel’s best-sell­ing book. Pre­sented by Act 1. 8 p.m. Through Oct. 20. DeSales Univer­sity, Schu­bert Theatre, 2755 Sta­tion Ave., Cen­ter Val­ley. $29-$31. 610-282-3192. desales.edu/act1.

OTHER

Al­len­town Fresh Fri­days Mar­ket: Ven­dors in­clude Ro­dale In­sti­tute, Dream­land Farm­stead, The But­tered Crumb, High­point Kom­bucha, Bee Well Blooms and Wil­lowhaven Farm­stead. noon-4 p.m. Arts Park, 24-35 N. Fifth St., lo­cal­food­mar­ketlv.com/fresh­fri­days.

Autumn Hawk Watch: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Autumn Moon Hayrides: 6-8 p.m. See Thurs.

Bear Rock Corn Maze: Nav­i­gate through the two-acre corn maze and test your scav­enger hunts skills and trivia knowl­edge with hid­den clues to com­plete the game card ($6.50), pump­kin patch, hayrides ($2.50), glow golf (Fri.-Sun. Oct. 4-27; $8.50; $6, ages 4-12), train ride (2-8 p.m. Sat.-Sun.; $3). 5-9 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Bear Rock Junc­tion, 8181 Route 309, New Tripoli. 610-298-8888. bear­rock­junc­tion.com/corn-maze.

Bike Night at the Le­gion: Mu­sic by Knobby Whistlers, food and drink spe­cials, bike con­test (7:30 p.m.). Spon­sored by Amer­i­can Le­gion Riders Chap­ter 927. 5-9 p.m. Amer­i­can Le­gion Post 927 Pav­il­ion, 646 Fair­grounds Road, Gil­bert. Free. 941-400-2293.

Block Party Week­end: Food, en­ter­tain­ment and ac­tiv­i­ties, live mu­sic, give­aways and more cel­e­brat­ing the open­ing of the mar­ket. Through Sun. Down­town Al­len­town Mar­ket, 27 N. Seventh St. Free. ace­book.com/ events/7018036902­94101/. Boy­er­town Corn Maze: Eight miles of trails through a 25-acre maze. 9 a.m.-11:59 p.m. Through Nov. 10. Wil­cox Farms, 1134 Read­ing Ave., Boy­er­town. $8; free, ages 5 and un­der. 610-367-2387. wilcox­fam­i­ly­farm.com.

Brin­ton Lodge Ghost Tour: Ex­plore the lodge where decades of haunt­ings, a sto­ried his­tory, and orig­i­nal ar­chi­tec­ture from the 1700s make it an un­usual land­mark in Berks County. 10 p.m. Through Nov. 30. Brin­ton Lodge, 1808 W.

Schuylkill Road, Dou­glassville. $20. 888-811-1399. brin­ton­lodge.com/ ghost­tours.html.

Corn Maze: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. See Thurs.

Crys­tal Cave Halloween Ghost Lantern Tours: Ghost sto­ries, folk­lore and his­tory of haunted Crys­tal Cave by lantern light. Not rec­om­mended for ages 7 and un­der. 6 p.m. Through Oct. 26. Crys­tal Cave, 963 Crys­tal Cave Road, Kutz­town. $20; $13, ages 8-11. 610-683-6765. crys­tal­cavepa.com. De­sign Af­ter Dark: PURSEon­al­ity Open­ing Re­cep­tion: Cel­e­brate the open­ing of “PURSEon­al­ity: A

Stylish Hand­bag His­tory.” 5:30-8 p.m. Ke­merer Mu­seum of Dec­o­ra­tive Arts, 427 N. New St., Beth­le­hem. $15; $10, mem­bers; $5, des­ig­nated driver. 800-360-8687. his­toric­beth­le­hem.org/pro­grams/de­sign-af­ter-dark.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: See Thurs. Fes­ti­val UnBound: Be­yond Utopia: 6-7 p.m. See Thurs. Fes­ti­val UnBound: Com­mu­nity Con­ver­sa­tions: noon-1 p.m. See Thurs.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: Em­brac­ing Beth­le­hem/Abra­zos a Be­len: Orig­i­nal site-spe­cific the­atri­cal ex­pe­ri­ence of song and story by New York’s pre-em­i­nent Latino theatre col­lec­tive Pre­gones de­vel­oped in part­ner­ship with Beth­le­hem’s Latino com­mu­nity. Also Sat. Charles A Brown Ice House, 56 River St., Beth­le­hem. $15; $10, se­niors, stu­dents. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: To Hunt a Wild Utopia: 3:30-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Fri­day Nights on the Farm: Haunted trac­tor-drawn hayrides, live mu­sic, bon­fires, lo­cal brew­eries and food trucks. 7-10 p.m. Through Oct. 25. Froehlich’s Farm and Gar­den Cen­ter, 3143 York Road, Fur­long. $20. 215-794-8733. froehlichs­farm.com.

Har­vest Fes­ti­val: Games, rides, candy, food, mu­sic, more. Rain date, Oct. 18. 4-9 p.m. Cal­vary Chapel Strouds­burg, 146 Bos­sardsville Road, Sciota. Free. 570-424-8097. cal­varychapel­strouds­burg.org.

Hel­l­er­ick’s Ad­ven­ture Farm: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. See Thurs.

His­toric Haunts of Beth­le­hem: Cos­tumed guides share sto­ries of lo­cal leg­end and lore be­hind some of the old­est build­ings and haunts in Beth­le­hem. Tours de­part 6, 6:30, 7, 7:30 and 8 p.m. 6-9 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Mo­ra­vian Book Shop, 428 Main St., Beth­le­hem. $13; $10, ages

13 and un­der. 610-866-5481. face­book.com/ events/1731123567­031587/. Ho­cus Po­cus with Kathy Na­jimy:

Be­hind the scenes sto­ries and Q&A with Na­jimy fol­lowed by a screen­ing of “Ho­cus Po­cus.” 7:30 p.m. F.M. Kirby Cen­ter, 71 Pub­lic Square, Wilkes-Barre. $15-$35. 570-8261100. kir­by­cen­ter.org. Mast Farms Corn Maze: Two corn mazes, bale mases, trac­tor pedal karts, hay jump, hay wagon rides, zip lines, bar­rel train rides, rube slides, farm an­i­mals, pump­kin patch, more. 3-9 p.m. Through Nov. 9. Mast Farms, 2715 Main St., Mor­gan­town. $12; free ages 2 and un­der. 610-286-9315. mast­maze.com. Ok­to­ber­fest: 5-10 p.m. See Thurs.

Philly’s The Glow: A Jack O’Lantern Ex­pe­ri­ence: 6:45-10 p.m. See Thurs.

Phoenixvil­le Haunted Woods Hayride and Haunted House of Hor­rors: Wind through the ghoul­ishly land­scape on the hayride ($13; $11, ages 11 and younger) and/or travel through wind­ing dark tun­nels, strobe lights and deads ends in the house of hor­rors ($7). 7-9:30 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Colo­nial Gar­dens, 745 Schuylkill Road, Phoenixvil­le. Com­bi­na­tion tick­ets: $18; $16, ages 11 and younger. 610948-9755. colo­nial­gar­denspa.com/ halloween.

Quilt Show: 250 quilts, de­mon­stra­tions, bou­tique/re­cy­cle room, ven­dor mall. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Also Sat. Fin­land Men­non­ite Church, 1750 Ziegler Road, Penns­burg. $8; free, ages 12 and un­der. 610-2820651. key­stonequil­ters.org. Ro­tary His­toric Ghost Walks in

Old Mauch Chunk: Ac­com­pany Ghost Guide on a one-mile out­door walk on Broad­way with tales of of ghoul­ish en­coun­ters. Reser­va­tions re­quired. 7 p.m., 8:30 p.m. Through Dec. 14. The Inn at Jim Thorpe, 24 Broad­way, Jim Thorpe. $12; $6, ages 7-12. 484-629-3698. jimthor­per­o­tary.org/GhostWalks.cfm.

Say­lors­burg Mazezilla: Corn maze, wagon rides, pump­kin patch, pro­duce stand, pump­kin launch, moun­tain slide, barn­yard an­i­mals, more. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Through Nov. 3. Klin­gel’s Farm, 415 State Route 115, Say­lors­burg. $12; $10. 570-4027378. mazezilla.com/corn-maze.

Tav­ern Night: Live mu­sic by Mike Guildin and Rollin’ & Tum­blin, his­toric de­mon­stra­tions, crafts­peo­ple; BYOB. 7-10 p.m. Gov­er­nor Wolf His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety, 6600 Jack­sonville Road, Bath. $15; $25, cou­ple. 610-837-9015. gov­wolf.org. Unangst Tree Farm Fall Fun:

noon-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Satur­day ART

“Be­hind the Red Cur­tain” Re­cep­tion: Robyn Bing­ham’s art­work in­spired by the el­e­gance of the early 20th cen­tury, in­clud­ing stately opera houses and his­toric the­aters, on dis­play through Nov. 16. Noon-3 p.m. Gallery840, 840 Hamil­ton St., Al­len­town. 484-8662972. gallery840.net.

Peer Per­spec­tives: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. See Fri.

BOOK EVENTS

Bucks County Book­fest: Two-day event fea­tures pro­fes­sion­ally pub­lished au­thors, panel dis­cus­sions, writer’s work­shop, key­note au­thor Anna Quindlen (6:30 p.m. to­day; Salem United Church of Christ; $20; $30), more. Also Sun. Hamil­ton Street Park­ing Lot, Doylestown. bucks­book­fest.org.

Meet Au­thor Shonda Mo­ralis: Au­thor Shonda Mo­ralis signs copies of “Breathe, Em­power, Achieve.”1-3 p.m. Mo­ra­vian Book Shop, 428 Main St., Beth­le­hem. Free. 212-889-1659. face­book.com/ events/3980934375­26523/.

CONCERTS

Al­len­town Sym­phony Orches­tra: The Best of Broad­way: Sond­heim & Lloyd Web­ber: Scar­lett Strallen, Hugh Pa­naro, and Tony Award Win­ner Deb­bie Gravitte fea­ture the mu­sic of two Broad­way leg­ends, Stephen Sond­heim and An­drew Lloyd Web­ber, in­clud­ing “Phan­tom of the Opera,” “Cats,” “Evita,” “Je­sus Christ Su­per­star,” “Sweeney Todd,” “Com­pany,” more. 7:30 p.m. Miller Sym­phony Hall, 23 N. Sixth St., Al­len­town. $25-$72. 610-432-6715. miller­sym­pho­ny­hall.org.

Blue­grass at the Lodge: Fein­berg Brothers with J-Tyme. Pre­sented by Ch­ester John­son. 6 p.m. Lehigh Ma­sonic Lodge, 2120 Route 100, Macungie. $15. 610-657-4088. Boy­er­town’s Pick­fest: See Fri. Cham­bourcin Week­end at Vynecrest: Mu­sic by Steve My­ers (to­day) and Michael Green (Sun.). 1-4 p.m. Also Sun. Vynecrest Win­ery, 172 Ar­row­head Lane, Breinigsvi­lle. 610-398-7525. vynecrest.com.

Eric Church , Dou­ble Down Tour:

8 p.m. Wells Fargo Cen­ter, 3601 S. Broad St., Philadelph­ia. on sale March 22. 800-298-4200. Well­sFar­goCen­terPhilly.com.

Fes­ti­val UnBound Cabaret: Samba Satur­day cel­e­brates Lat­inx mu­sic, her­itage and cul­ture with Rio Bossa, He­len­cia Jibara and DJ Baby J. Food and drink for pur­chase. 8 p.m. Touch­stone Theatre park­ing lot, 321 E. Fourth St., Beth­le­hem. Free. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com.

Roy Book Bin­der: 8 p.m. God­frey Daniels, 7 E. 4th St., Beth­le­hem. $19.50 adv., $24.50, day of show. 610-867-2390. god­frey­daniels.org. The Ul­ti­mate Queen Cel­e­bra­tion Star­ring Marc Mar­tel: “We Will Rock You,” “Some­body To Love,” more. 8 p.m. Zoell­ner Arts Cen­ter, Baker Hall, 420 E. Packer Ave., Beth­le­hem. $36; $46; $56. 610-7582787. zoell­ner­arts­cen­ter.org.

FILM

Ganja & Hess: Af­ter be­ing stabbed with an an­cient, germ-in­fested knife, a doc­tor’s as­sis­tant finds him­self with an in­sa­tiable de­sire for blood. 9:45 p.m. Frank Banko Ale­house Cin­e­mas, Art­sQuest Cen­ter at SteelS­tacks, 101 Founders Way, Beth­le­hem. $10; $8, se­niors, stu­dents; $7.50, mem­bers. 610-2977100. steels­tacks.org.

Nos­fer­atu: The silent film clas­sic with live score by the In­vin­ci­ble Czars; BYOB. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Em­maus Theatre, 19 S. Fourth St., $12. 610-965-2878. face­book.com/ events/3259050116­90135/.

HALLOWEEN

Barn of Hor­rors and Ter­ror Trail: 7-10 p.m. See Fri.

Bates Mo­tel and Haunted Hayride: 6:30-10:30 p.m. See

Thurs.

Dor­ney’s Halloween Haunt: See Fri.

Drac­ula’s Do­main: 7-11 p.m. See Fri. Elys­burg Haunted House: 7 p.m. See Fri.

Haunted Hayride: 7-10 p.m. See

Fri.

Haunted Hayride in the Park­way: 7-11 p.m. See Fri.

Haunted Red Mill: 7-10 p.m. See

Fri.

The Haunt­ing at the Wal­dorf Ho­tel: 7-11 p.m. See Fri.

Ja­son’s Woods: 7-10 p.m. See Fri. Kim’s Krypt Haunted Mill: 6-11 p.m. See Fri.

Lan­caster Field of Screams: 4 p.m. See Thurs.

Lehigh Val­ley Scream Park: 6-10 p.m. See Fri.

Palmer­ton Halls of Hor­ror: 7-11 p.m. See Fri.

Philly Fright Fac­tory: 7:30-11 p.m. See Fri.

Reaper’s Re­venge: 6-11 p.m. See

Fri.

Scream Moun­tain: 6:30-10 p.m. See Fri.

Shady Brook Farm Hor­ror­fest: 6-10 p.m. See Fri.

Sink­ing Spring Shock­to­ber­fest: 6-10 p.m. See Fri.

Six Flags FrightFest: 6 p.m. See Thurs.

Ter­ror Be­hind the Walls: 7 p.m. See Thurs.

Val­ley of Fear and the Orig­i­nal Haunted Hayride: 7-10 p.m. See

Fri.

KIDS & FAM­ILY

Arthur’s World: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Cops ‘n’ Kids: “On Your Mark,

Get Set, Read!”: Join the City of Beth­le­hem Health Bureau for a story and ac­tiv­i­ties. 10 a.m.-noon. Northamp­ton Com­mu­nity Col­lege Fowler Fam­ily SouthSide Cen­ter, Read­ing Room, 511 E. Third St., Beth­le­hem. Free. 610-861-5526. cop­snkid­slv.org.

Corn Cob Acres: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Fri. Count’s Halloween Spook­tac­u­lar: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. See Fri.

Cray­ola Screamin’ Green Haun­toween: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. See Thurs.

Dor­ney’s The Great Pump­kin Fest: Join Peanuts char­ac­ters for pet­ting zoo, dec­o­rat­ing ac­tiv­i­ties, en­ter­tain­ment, Planet Snoopy theme park, Franklin’s Mon­ster Ma­nia. Through Nov. 3. Dor­ney

Park, 3830 Dor­ney Park Road,

South White­hall Town­ship. 610395-2000. dor­ney­park.com. Frac­tured Fables Pup­pet Show: Yippee Skippy Pup­pet The­ater presents an im­pro­vi­sa­tional pup­pet ex­trav­a­ganza with live mu­sic. Au­di­ence mem­bers draw fa­mil­iar sto­ries and songs from the hat for the pup­pets to per­form. 1-2 p.m. Book & Pup­pet Co., 22 Cen­tre Square, Eas­ton. Free. 484-541-5379. bookand­pup­pet.com.

Froehlich’s Fall Fes­ti­val: Pump­kin patch, hayrides, pony rides, buildy­our-own scare­crow, games and chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties, live mu­sic, more. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Froehlich’s Farm and Gar­den Cen­ter, 3143 York Road, Fur­long. Se­lect events and ac­tiv­i­ties are tick­eted. 215-794-8733. froehlichs­farm.com.

Fun In Oc­to­ber: Wagon rides to a pump­kin patch ($10), pony rides, trail rides, hay maze, an­i­mals, more. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Moun­tain Lau­rel Rid­ing Sta­bles, 81 Tree­tops Drive, White Haven. Free. 570-500-5826.

Happy Haunt Day: Ven­dors, cos­tume con­test, ac­tivites, more. noon-5 p.m. South Mall, 3300 Lehigh St., Al­len­town. Free. 484522-2458. face­book.com/ events/2986992034­709058/. Happy Haunt­ing At Red Mill: Lights-on ver­sion of the Haunted Vil­lage in­cludes guide through the mill, face paint­ing and sea­sonal treats. Rain date Sun­day. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Red Mill Mu­seum Vil­lage, 56 Main St., Clin­ton, New Jersey. $10. 908-735-4101. red­mill­haunt­edvil­lage.org.

Jack-O-Lantern Lane: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Knoebels Hallo-Fun: Thrilling games, freak­tas­tic at­trac­tions, treat stops for ages 12 and un­der in cos­tume and hallo-riffic rides. noon-10 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Knoebels Amuse­ment Park, 391 Knoebels Amuse­ment Re­sort, Elys­burg. $20-$42. 800-487-4386. knoebels.com/.

Linvilla Hayrides To The Witches House: 5:30-8:30 p.m. See Thurs. Maize Quest: “BEE aMAZED!”: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Mer­chants Square Mall Model Train Ex­hibit: 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. See Fri.

Ot­ter­to­ber­fest: Arts and craft ven­dors, pump­kin patch, craft beer, ot­ter-re­lated ac­tiv­i­ties, mu­sic by Happy Dutch­man Ger­man Band (11 a.m.-2 p.m.). 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lehigh Val­ley Zoo, 5150 Game Pre­serve Road, Sch­necksville. $14.50; $13.50, se­niors; $12.50, ages 2-11. 610-7994171. lv­zoo.org.

Pa. Re­nais­sance Faire: Halloween Daze and Spooky Knight: Visit to Scratchy’s Pump­kin Patch, pump­kin dec­o­rat­ing, trick-or-treat, child and adult cos­tume con­tests. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Mount Hope Es­tate & Win­ery, 2775 Le­banon Road, Man­heim. $12.95-$31.95. 717-665-7021. paren­faire.com. Pump­kin Fes­ti­val: Hay rides, potato sling shot, kids’ ac­tiv­i­ties, face paint­ing, food trucks. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Also Sun. Bucks County Gar­dens, 1057 N. Eas­ton Road, Doylestown. Free. 215-766-7800. Pump­kin­land: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Pump­kin­land: 8 a.m.-9 p.m. See Thurs.

Sec­ond Satur­day Kids Movie Series “Ho­tel Tran­syl­va­nia”: Drac­ula, who op­er­ates a high-end re­sort away from the hu­man world, goes into over­pro­tec­tive mode when a boy dis­cov­ers the re­sort and falls for the count’s teenaged daugh­ter. 10 a.m. Frank Banko Ale­house Cin­e­mas, Art­sQuest Cen­ter, 101 Founders Way, Beth­le­hem. Tick­ets re­quired. 610-3323378. steels­tacks.org.

Seiple Farms Corn Maze: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. See Fri.

Six Flags Thrills by Day: Sea­sonal rides, fam­ily-friendly shows in­clud­ing Pro­fes­sor Slithers Goes wild, Scary-oke, the Trick-or-Treat Trail, Sa­fari Off Road Ad­ven­ture and new Won­der Wo­man Lasso of Truth. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Through Nov. 3. Six Flags Great Ad­ven­ture, Route 537, Jack­son, New Jersey. $67.99 and over. frightfest.sixflags.com/ greatad­ven­ture.

Trick or Treat in the Park­way: Ride the wagon and ex­plore the scenes and meet the ac­tors and mon­sters (non-scary) of the haunted park­way col­lect­ing candy along the way. 4-5 p.m. White­hall Fire Depart­ment Haunted Park­way, 4689 S. Church St. face­book.com/ events/4806495360­00873/.

Trunk or Treat: Kids in cos­tume stroll the grounds and col­lect treats from vis­i­tors with dec­o­rated car trunks. 4 p.m. Becky’s Drive-In Theatre, Route 248, Ber­linsville. $10; $6, ages 3-12. beck­ysdi.com.

SPECTATOR SPORT

Lehigh Val­ley Phan­toms vs. Her­shey Bears: 7:05 p.m. PPL Cen­ter, 701 Hamil­ton St., Al­len­town. $15-$45.50. 610-224-4625. phan­tomshockey.com.

THE­ATER

And Then There Were None: 7:30 p.m. See Fri.

Born Yes­ter­day: 8 p.m. See Fri. Clue: The Mu­si­cal: 8 p.m. See Thurs.

The Ghost Train: 8 p.m. See Thurs. Hamil­ton: 2 p.m., 8 p.m. See Thurs. Mamma Mia!: ABBA’s hits tell the story of a young wo­man’s search for her birth fa­ther. Pre­sented by Munopco Mu­sic Theatre. 8 p.m. Through Oct. 20. Scot­tish Rite Cathe­dral, 1533 Hamil­ton St., Al­len­town. $25; $22, se­niors; $15, stu­dents. 610-437-2441. munopco.org. The Mys­tery of Ed­win Drood: 2 p.m. See Fri. The Rocky Hor­ror Pic­ture Show: 7 p.m., 11 p.m. See Fri.

Sun­set Boule­vard: Based 7:30 p.m. See Fri.

Work­ing: A Mu­si­cal: 8 p.m. See Thurs.

OTHER

Al­len­town Bully Con­ven­tion:

Rare books, an­tique post­cards, ad­ver­tis­ing ma­te­ri­als, movie and pop cul­ture mem­o­ra­bilia, more. 10 a.m.-7 p.m. The Agri-Plex at Al­len­town Fair­grounds, 17th and Chew Streets, Al­len­town. 610-433-7541. al­len­town­fairpa.org.

An­tique Power and Ap­ple Fes­ti­val: Quoits tour­na­ment, food, hay rides, trac­tor pa­rade, car show, mu­sic by Twitty Fever (to­day) and Mid­night Spe­cial (Sun.), more. 10 a.m. Also Sun. Oley Fair­grounds, 26 Jef­fer­son St., Oley. 610-587-4914. Ar­ti­san Cheese & Wine Pair­ing Event Week­ends: Visit 12 dif­fer­ent winer­ies and taste over two dozen dif­fer­ent styles of lo­cal cheeses paired with a vast ar­ray of fea­tured wines of the Berks County re­gion. Also Sun. Berks County Wine Trail, Kutz­town. $15, ad­vance; $20, day of event. berkscoun­ty­wine­trail.com. Autumn Hawk Watch: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. See Thurs.

Autumn Lec­ture Series: Rooks: Ren­dez-vous with a South At­lantic Rap­tor: For­mer con­ser­va­tion trainee and cur­rent Hawk Moun­tain re­search as­so­ci­ate Katie Har­ring­ton dis­cusses her re­cent and ex­ten­sive work study­ing the charis­matic and near-threat­ened stri­ated caracara in the Falk­land Is­lands. 5 p.m. Hawk Moun­tain Sanc­tu­ary, 1700 Hawk Moun­tain Road, Kemp­ton. Free. 610-756-6961. hawk­moun­tain.org.

Autumn Moon Hayrides: 6-8 p.m. See Thurs.

Autumn Tim­ber Fes­ti­val: Lum­ber­jack com­pe­ti­tions, black­smith and saw mill de­mon­stra­tions, chain­saw sculp­tures, mu­sic, chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties and food and craft ven­dors.11 a.m.-5 p.m. Also Sun. Shawnee Moun­tain Ski Area, 401 Hol­low Road, East Strouds­burg. $9-$12.50. 570-4217231. shawneemt.com. Bark­to­ber­fest Pet Fair: Over 40 res­cues and ven­dors, pet bless­ing, train­ing and groom­ing de­mon­stra­tions, more. Rain date, Sun. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Macungie Me­mo­rial Park, 50 Po­plar St., Free. bark­to­ber­fest­pet­fair.com.

Bear Rock Corn Maze: noon-9 p.m. See Fri.

Beth­le­hem Rose Gar­den Farm­ers Mar­ket: Ven­dors, crafters, and food trucks. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Beth­le­hem Rose Gar­den, Cor­ner of 8th Av­enue and Broad Street, Free. face­book.com/brg­farm­ers­mar­ket. Block Party Week­end: See Fri. Boy­er­town Corn Maze: 9 a.m. See Fri.

Brin­ton Lodge Ghost Tour: 10 p.m. See Fri.

Car­bon County Cab­bage Fes­ti­val: Trac­tor pa­rade (11 a.m.), mu­sic, food, cab­bage con­tests, beer PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R

gar­den, more. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Eu­rana Park, Eu­rana Av­enue, Weatherly. Free. 484-274-2080. car­bon­coun­ty­cham­ber.org.

Corn Maze: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. See Thurs.

The Craftery Mar­ket: Mod­ern and unique mar­ket fea­tures over 50 ven­dors, in­clud­ing care­fully cu­rated ar­ti­san, hand­made items, an­tique and vin­tage finds, fresh flow­ers, orig­i­nal art and more, live mu­sic. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Lin­den Hill Gar­dens, 8230 Eas­ton Road, Ottsville. Free. 610-847-1300. jer­ryfritz­gar­den­de­sign.com. Crys­tal Cave Halloween Ghost Lantern Tours: 5:30 p.m. See Fri.

Death and Dy­ing Ceme­tery Tour:

Walk through the 1741 Ge­mein­haus, a Na­tional His­toric Land­mark as well as the old­est stand­ing build­ing in the city; see an orig­i­nal 18th cen­tury dead tray, then stroll through God’s Acre, Beth­le­hem’s old­est ceme­tery. 3-4:30 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Mo­ra­vian Mu­seum, 66 W. Church St., Beth­le­hem. $15; $9, ages 4-12. 610-882-0450. his­toric­beth­le­hem.org.

Di­wali Night: Cer­e­mo­nial light­ing of lamps and in­tro­duc­tion to the mean­ing of Di­wali, fol­lowed by clas­si­cal dance and Bol­ly­wood dances by ESU stu­dents and com­mu­nity chil­dren; Tabla, a clas­si­cal In­dian per­cus­sion in­stru­ment per­for­mance by Paresh Kashalkar; fire­works and eth­nic In­dian din­ner. 5:30 p.m. East Strouds­burg Univer­sity, In­no­va­tion Cen­ter, 562 In­de­pen­dence Road, East Strouds­burg. $20; $8, ages 4-11. 570-4223002. Eas­ton Farm­ers Mar­ket: Lo­cal pro­duce and pas­ture-raised meats to pre­pared foods and fresh baked goods and in­ter­na­tional cui­sine. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Cen­tre Square, Free. 610-330-9942. eas­t­on­farm­ers­mar­ket.com. Fall Farm Fes­ti­val: Hayrides, kids ac­tiv­i­ties, bar­rel trains, pedal trac­tors, corn maze, face paint­ing, more. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Through Oct. 27. Haus­man’s Fruit Farm, 2824 Lime­port Pike, Coop­ers­burg. Free. 610-967-2440. haus­man­fruit­farm.com. Fall Har­vest Cel­e­bra­tion: Wagon

rides around the vine­yard and fields, crafts, non­fire, s’Mores, mu­sic, more. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Also Sun. Bishop Es­tate Vine­yard and Win­ery, 2730 Hill­town Pike, Perkasie. Free. 215-249-3559. bish­opes­tatepa.com. Fes­ti­val Unbound: See Thurs.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: Em­brac­ing Beth­le­hem/Abra­zos a Be­len: See Fri.

Fes­ti­val UnBound: Sus­tain­abil­ity Fo­rum: Town hall-style gath­er­ing to brain­storm how to cre­ate a healthy and con­nected com­mu­nity. 1-3 p.m. Zoell­ner Arts Cen­ter, Lehigh Univer­sity, 420 E. Packer Ave., Beth­le­hem. Do­na­tions ac­cepted. 610-867-1689. fes­ti­val­un­bound.com. Fes­ti­val UnBound: To Hunt a

Wild Utopia: 10-11:30 a.m., 1-3:30 p.m., 4-5:30 p.m. See Thurs.

Free­mans­burg Fall Fest: Food trucks/ven­dors, kids ac­tiv­i­ties, crafter/ven­dor tents, pump­kin dec­o­rat­ing, face paint­ing, kids cos­tume con­test, pet cos­tume con­test, live band and bon­fire (6 p.m.). 3-8 p.m. Ger­ald C Yob Com­mu­nity Park, Cam­bria Street, Free­mans­burg. Free. 610-866-2220. face­book.com/ events/6782420059­82876/.

The Galere Fash­ion Show: View some of the lat­est style from lo­cal fash­ion de­sign­ers in the Lehigh Val­ley. 5-9 p.m. Lehigh Univer­sity, Ia­cocca Hall, 116 Re­search Drive, Beth­le­hem. $5; $15, VIP. face­book.com/ events/6647759073­19422/. Grim’s Fall Fes­ti­val and Corn Maze: Find your way through the field of corn, pick your own pump­kin, barn­yard an­i­mals, hayrides. Flash­light maze nights (6-10 p.m. Satur­days, Oct. 5-Oct. 29). 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Through Nov. 3. Grim’s Green­house and Farm Mar­ket, 9941 Schantz Road, Breinigsvi­lle. 610395-5655. grims­green­house.com. Haunted His­toric Walk­ing Tour:

Visit some fa­vorite Eas­ton sites and hear spine-tin­gling tales from Eas­ton’s haunted his­tory. 7-8 p.m. Through Oct. 26. Si­gal Mu­seum, 342 Northamp­ton St., Eas­ton. $10; free, mem­bers. 610-253-1222. sigal­mu­seum.org. Hel­l­er­ick’s Ad­ven­ture Farm: 10

a.m.-6 p.m. See Thurs. His­toric Haunts of Beth­le­hem: Cos­tumed guides share sto­ries of lo­cal leg­end and lore be­hind some of the old­est build­ings and haunts in Beth­le­hem. Tours de­part 6, 6:30, 7, 7:30 and 8 p.m. 6-9 p.m. Through Nov. 2. Mo­ra­vian Book Shop, 428 Main St., Beth­le­hem. $13; $10, ages 13and un­der. 610-866-5481. face­book.com/ events/1731123567­031587/. Ho­cus Po­cus GayBINGO: Hosted by the Bingo Ver­i­fy­ing Di­vas to raise funds for HIV/AIDS in the Greater Philadelph­ia Re­gion. 7 p.m. Rodeph Shalom, 615 N. Broad St., Philadelph­ia. $36. 215-731-9255. aids­fund­philly.org. Hol­i­day Stitch­ing: Pre­sented by the Bucks County Chap­ter of the Em­broi­derer’s Guild of Amer­ica. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Also Sun. Sellersvil­le Mu­seum, 120 E. Church St., Free. 215-257-5253. sell­ersville­mu­seum.org. Jim Thorpe Fall Fo­liage Fes­ti­val:

Scenic train rides, hand­made arts and crafts, food, live mu­sic, chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties, ghost tours and sea­sonal spe­cials from lo­cal restau­rants, shops and gal­leries. Through Oct. 20. Josiah White Park, Jim Thorpe. Free. jimthorpe.org/fall. Lehigh Val­ley Comic Con­ven­tion:

Deal­ers with comic books, toys and col­lectibles, cos­play groups, guests in­clud­ing Ani-Mia, Lance Footer and Jau Fife. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lehigh Car­bon Com­mu­nity Col­lege, 4525 Ed­u­ca­tion Park Drive, Sch­necksville. $7; free, ages 12 and

un­der. lehigh­val­l­ey­comic­conven­tion.com. Lehigh Val­ley Wine Trail: Cham­bourcin Week­end: Cel­e­brate the Cham­bourcin wine grape with wine tast­ings, en­ter­tain­ment, vine­yard tours and food and wine pair­ings. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Also Sun. Lehigh Val­ley Wine Trail, Al­len­town. Free. lehigh­val­ley­wine­trail.com. Mast Farms Corn Maze: 9 a.m.-9

p.m. See Fri. Mopar Mad­ness: All makes of clas­sic and an­tique ve­hi­cles wel­come. Ben­e­fits Dream Come True. 3-6 p.m. South Mall, 3300 Lehigh St., Al­len­town. Free. mopar­mad­ness.org.

Nazareth Farm­ers Mar­ket: Pro­ducer-only mar­ket that fea­tures over 17 ven­dors sell­ing lo­cally grown pro­duce, pre­pared foods and crafts. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Cen­tre Square. nazareth­now.org.

Oc­to­berFEAST: Food, beer, wine and spir­its gar­den and en­ter­tain­ment. Rain or shine. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Also Sun. Ped­dler Vil­lage, 2400 Street Road, New Hope. Free. 215794-4000. ped­dlersvil­lage.com.

Ok­to­ber­fest: Live mu­sic, noon-10 p.m. See Fri.

Penn­syl­va­nia Ger­man Grave­stones: Michael Emery presents a Pow­erPoint il­lus­trat­ing early Penn­syl­va­nia Grave­stones and ma­te­ri­als used, en­graved text and dec­o­ra­tive styles found on these old grave mark­ers, fol­lowed by a walk

through the old ceme­tery be­hind the church. Tours of the re­stored 1865 one-room school­house (10-11 a.m. and noon-2 p.m.). Hosted by the Lehigh Town­ship His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. St. Paul’s Church and Ceme­tery in Lehigh Town­ship, Maple Drive and Al­mond Road (In­di­an­land), Wal­nut­port. Free. 610-440-0151. lehigh­town­shiphis­tor­i­cal­so­ci­ety.org/spe­cialevents.html. Perkasie Farm­ers Mar­ket: Lo­cal farm­ers and food pro­duc­ers bring lo­cally grown and Cer­ti­fied Lo­cally Grown pro­duce, eggs, cheese, meat, mush­rooms, honey, cof­fee, cook­ies and cakes, pre­serves, olive oil, sweet treats, flow­ers, plants, and more, as well as skin­care and home-made craft items. 9 a.m.noon. Seventh and Mar­kets streets. perkasiebo­r­ough.org/parks-recre­ation/farm­ers-mar­ket/. Philadelph­ia Wing Fes­ti­val: 20 wing and food ven­dors, car­ni­val games and ac­tiv­i­ties, hot wing and ranch chug­ging con­tests, beer gar­den, bounce houses, face paint­ing, live en­ter­tain­ment, baggo tour­na­ment and tail­gat­ing games, more. (VIP, noon-7 p.m. $54.99). 2-7 p.m. 2300 Arena, 2300 S. Swan­son St., Philadelph­ia. $12.99; $24.99. wingfes­ti­vals.com. Philly’s The Glow: A Jack O’Lantern Ex­pe­ri­ence: 6:45-10

p.m. See Thurs.

Phoenixvil­le Haunted Woods Hayride and Haunted House of Hor­rors: 7-9:30 p.m. See Fri.

Pow­wow­ing in Penn­syl­va­nia:

Pa­trick Don­moyer, di­rec­tor of Kutz­town Univer­sity’s Penn­syl­va­nia Ger­man Cul­tural Her­itage Cen­ter, talks on and signs his re­cent book “Pow­wow­ing in Penn­syl­va­nia: Braucherei & the Rit­ual of Ev­ery­day Life.” 1 p.m. Lehigh Val­ley Her­itage Mu­seum, 432 W. Wal­nut St., Al­len­town. $8; $3, chil­dren; free, mem­bers. 610-435-1074. lehigh­val­ley­her­itage­mu­seum.org. Quiet Val­ley Har­vest Fes­ti­val:

Her­itage crafts de­mon­stra­tions, folk en­ter­tain­ment, food, chil­dren’s ac­tiv­i­ties, wagon and pony rides, pump­kin dec­o­rat­ing, Civil War en­camp­ment, French and In­dian war guard, more. Rain or shine. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Also Sun. Quiet Val­ley Liv­ing His­tor­i­cal Farm, Quiet Val­ley Road, Strouds­burg. $10; $5, ages 3-12. 570-992-6161. qui­et­val­ley.org.

Quilt Show: 250 quilts, de­mon­stra­tions, bou­tique/re­cy­cle room, ven­dor mall. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. See Fri. Fin­land Men­non­ite Church, 1750 Ziegler Road, Penns­burg. $8; free, ages 12 and un­der. 610-282-0651. key­stonequil­ters.org. Quak­er­town Fall Fes­ti­val and Trunk or Treat: Ac­tivites, hayrides, cos­tume con­test, mu­sic, food, ac­tiv­i­ties, more. 3-7 p.m. Park at Fourth, Fourth and Mill streets, Quak­er­town. Free. quak­er­town.org.

Rainbow Bar Crawl: Third an­nual LGBTQ Bar Crawl in cel­e­bra­tion of Na­tional Com­ing Out Day. Prize for best Pride out­fit. RSVP: brit­[email protected]­val­l­ey­cham­ber.org.

noon-4 p.m. Down­town Beth­le­hem, $25. lehigh­val­l­ey­chambe.org. Rock the River Fall Fes­ti­val:

Mu­sic by Pru­gal, Mojo, Trick Stacy and the Brian Dean Moore, ven­dors and crafters, hay maze, pump­kin paint­ing, col­or­ing pages, sand art, scav­enger hunt for the whole fam­ily, beer, food, more. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tri Boro Sports­men Club, 21st and Canal streets, Northamp­ton. face­book.com/ events/3754045698­05565/.

Rock­to­ber­fest: Live mu­sic, food, en­ter­tain­ment, and ven­dors. Rain date, Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Macungie Me­mo­rial Park, 50 N. Po­plar St., Macungie. Free. face­book.com/ events/macungie-me­mo­rial-park/ rock­to­ber­fest/9467703923­63295/. Ro­dale In­sti­tute Or­ganic Farm­ers Mar­ket: Cook­ing and nu­tri­tion ed­u­ca­tion de­mon­stra­tions, or­ganic and sus­tain­able agri­cul­ture ed­u­ca­tion, lo­cal mu­si­cians. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Al­len­town YMCA/YWCA, 425 15th St., Free. ro­dale­in­sti­tute.org. Ro­tary His­toric Ghost Walks in Old Mauch Chunk: 7 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 8:45 p.m. See See Fri.

Say­lors­burg Mazezilla: 11 a.m.-10

p.m. See Fri. Science on Sphere: Hur­ri­canes:

What in­flu­ences hur­ri­canes, how fre­quently and where do they oc­cur, and what are their ef­fects? Re­visit some re­cent sig­nif­i­cant hur­ri­canes and dis­cuss the fu­ture po­ten­tial for more in­tense storms. 1 p.m. Nur­ture Na­ture Cen­ter, 518 Northamp­ton St., Eas­ton. 610-2534432. nur­ture­na­ture­cen­ter.org. Trexler­town Farm­ers Mar­ket:

Pas­ture-raised meats, spe­cialty fruits and veg­gies, ar­ti­san cheeses, or­ganic cof­fee, more. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Val­ley Pre­ferred Cy­cling Cen­ter, 1151 Mosser Road, Breinigsvi­lle. face­book.com/trexler­town­farm­ers­mar­ket/. Truth for Women’s Silent Auc­tion & Fash­ion Show: Fash­ions by My Sis­ter’s Closet, silent auc­tion, meal. 9:30 a.m.-noon. Ho­tel Beth­le­hem, 437 Main St., $45. 610-8665755. truth­for­women.org/silen­tauc­tion. Unangst Tree Farm Fall Fun: 10

a.m.-6 p.m. See Thurs.

Wait­ing to Be Heard: Recre­at­ing the For­got­ten Voices of the Women of the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion: Su­san Hol­loway Scott de­scribes how her re­search ex­tends be­yond li­braries and archives to recre­ate the lives and voices of the women of the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion. 2-4 p.m. Si­gal Mu­seum, 342 Northamp­ton St., Eas­ton. $5. 610-253-1222. sigal­mu­seum.org/ wait­ing-to-be-heard-recre­at­ingthe-for­got­ten-voices-of-the­women-of-the-amer­i­can-rev­o­lu­tion/.

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Ve­gans and non-ve­gans will find some­thing truly de­li­cious at the third an­nual s’Mac Down, Nov. 17 at SteelS­tacks.

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The Eas­ton Farm­ers Mar­ket will host its an­nual Ap­ple Jam on Oct. 19. It’s one of many food events sched­uled for this fall in the Lehigh Val­ley.

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Cham­bourcin is the only grape grown by all the mem­bers of the Lehigh Val­ley Wine Trail. The winer­ies will all cel­e­brate the grape on Cham­bourcin Week­end, Oct. 12 and 13.

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Guides in pe­riod cos­tume will lead lantern tours of Crys­tal Cave in Kutz­town Oct. 11-12, 18-19 and 25-26.

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