HAL Plans Bus Trip to Radio City Christmas Show

The Hellertown Area Library is sponsoring a bus trip to Radio City Music Hall in New York City for the entertainment landmark’s annual Christmas Show Dec. 3. The bus will leave the Hellertown municipal parking lot next to Dewey Fire Co. on Durham Street at 10 a.m. and return at approximately 8 p.m.

The matinee show will begin at 2 p.m., so attendees are encouraged to bring along a bag lunch to eat on the way (if desired). Drop-off will be as close to Radio City as possible, and seats inside the theater will be at the orchestra level.

Hellertown Church Plans Lancaster Bus Trip

First UCC in Hellertown is planning a holiday bus trip to the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre in Lancaster to see a production of the Christmas-themed comedy “Jingle Bells, Batman Smells.” The trip is planned for Saturday, Dec. 12, and will include lunch at the landmark entertainment venue. The bus will depart Hellertown at 9 a.m., returning at around 5 p.m.

Tickets are $57 each for non-members, which includes the bus transportation, lunch and the show. Tickets for church members are $10 each or $40 per family.

Join HAL, Saucon Source on Fall Bus Trip to Culinary Institute

If you love fine food, American history and fall leaves, you might want to register for a bus trip to Hyde Park, N.Y., which the Hellertown Area Library is sponsoring and Saucon Source publisher/editor Josh Popichak will be attending. WHEN: Friday, Oct. 23, departure at 8 a.m., returning at 7 p.m.

The itinerary for the all-day trip includes a sumptuous three-course lunch at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America (CIA), as well as a visit to Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Westchester County mansion, Springwood. The CIA counts many internationally famous chefs among the ranks of its graduates, including Anthony Bourdain, Andrew Zimmern, Cat Cora and Sara Moulton. The bus trip will arrive at the school at about 11 a.m. for an 11:30 luncheon at CIA’s American Bounty restaurant, which is described on its website as an establishment with “a focus on the seasons and products of the Hudson Valley.”