ANNUAL JACK FROST PARADE
sponsored by the Northampton Exchange Club
Saturday, October 23rd at 6 PM
Rain Date - Sat. October 30th - 6 PM
New Route for 2021
North on Lerchenmiller Drive from Clear Springs Drive to Smith Lane, left onto Smith Lane to Laubach Avenue, left onto Laubach Avenue then an immediate right onto Gene Zarayko Drive (14th Street) to Washington Avenue, right onto Washington Avenue to 19th Street, left onto 19th Street to Main Street, left onto Main Street to Lerchenmiller Drive, ending at the Northampton Fire Station.
The route change is necessitated due to activities scheduled at the Northampton Memorial Community Center
If you have any questions or need additional information, please call 610.262.4965 or e-mail jackfrost firstname.lastname@example.org
TRICK OR TREAT
BOROUGH COUNCIL HAS DESIGNATED SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31ST
FOR TRICK OR TREAT NIGHT
IN THE BOROUGH
6 PM TO 8 PM
PLEASE TURN ON PORCH LIGHTS TO WELCOME VISITORS
- ATTENTION -
MONDAY NIGHT BINGO AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER RESUMED
MONDAY AUGUST 16TH.
QUESTIONS - CALL 484-239-9423
Northampton Borough has many garden areas that provide a relaxing and enjoyable setting. However, with limited staffing and time available to properly maintain these plots, Borough Council is considering forming a Beautification Committee that would supplement and assist the Public Works Department by providing volunteer care that would be greatly appreciated by all of the residents in our community. If you have a "green thumb", an eye for pastoral beauty and time that you wish to put to good use, please contact the Borough office at 610-262-2576. Perhaps we can all benefit from your outreach and create a garden of floral delight.
NORTHAMPTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
SIEGFRIED TRAIN STATION
The Northampton Area Historical Society is a participant in the Redner's Save-A-Tape program. Use your Redner's Pump Perks/1% Save-A-Tape card each time you shop. Save your receipts and deposit them in the designated box in the lobby at the Borough Office.
Thank you for you support!
Funds may be available to qualified low-income owner-occupants of single-family residences.
This program is administered by the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley (CACLV) on behalf of Northampton County and is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development CDBG funds.
Interested parties are invited to call CACLV at 610-691-5620 Monday through Friday between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M.