Things to do in the Lehigh Valley PA September 2018
Just because summer is winding down and coming to a close does not mean it is time to pack it all in for the year and hibernate through fall and winter! The weather is still far from frightful, and we happen to live in an area that is full of activities to keep you busy and let you have a good time. Read ahead for a few of our suggestions of things to do in the Lehigh Valley PA September 2018.
Take a scenic train ride
Thanks to WK&S Railroad in Kempton, you can hop aboard a train that will take you on a round trip through the lovely landscapes in the area. Enjoy seeing the lush forests and farmland any Sunday from now through November 4th.
See an art exhibit
Visit Easton’s own Connexions Gallery to see this month’s display called “Ode to the Object” by local artist Domenick Naccarato. The exhibit can be viewed daily from 7 PM to 10 PM until September 30.
Watch a classic horror movie trilogy at the drive-in
While summer is still hanging on for a bit, there’s no denying that Halloween is creeping in like an eerie fog. Get into the spirit of things September 14 and 15 by heading over to the Mahoning Drive-In Theater in Lehighton and watching all three original “Evil Dead” films. Groovy!
Watch another classic film and converse with its star
Speaking of classic movies, if you are a fan of the comedy-drama “Say Anything,” buy tickets now and head to the State Theatre in Easton to enjoy a conversation with John Cusack after a screening of this critically acclaimed film on September 20th.
Look at classic cars on cruising nights
Right here in Easton on Northampton Street and downtown you can take a look at classic cars on cruising nights! The last of the season is taking place on September 15th, so enjoy it one last time before the turn of the seasons.
This is just a taste of what the Lehigh Valley has to offer for September events. We hope you enjoy getting out and about while the weather is still pleasant!
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