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Whitefield After Dark


Moravian Historical Society is committed to providing visitors with the opportunity to explore one of the oldest and most distinguished collections of artifacts, art, and architecture related to Moravian history in North America.

Our Whitefield After Dark series provides visitors with an opportunity to experience Moravian history after closing time through lectures, performances, screenings, family programs and more. This monthly event takes place on the fourth Friday of every month. Reserve your space here.

OCTOBER 27 at 5pm (SOLD OUT) and 5:15pm

Historic Nazareth Walking Tour - Lantern Led

Enjoy a spooky, evening walking tour through historic Nazareth with a costumed tour guide! Experience the fascinating story about the founding of Nazareth by learning about the town founders: the Moravians. This walking tour features an overview of the early colonial Moravian lifestyle, a visit to the oldest Moravian buildings in North America, and stops at important community buildings to explore important crafts, industries, and personalities!  Reserve your space today!

NOVEMBER, DECEMBER, JANUARY and FEBRUARY
No programs due to holidays and inclement weather

MARCH 23, 2018 at 5pm
Amy Cook, Program Director at The Seed Farm in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. 

The Seed Farm is a non-profit organization dedicated to growing the next generation of farmers, through its Agricultural Incubator Program (which allows landless growers to start farms or other agricultural businesses on its 42-acre property), and through a variety of workshops and training opportunities for farmers, gardeners, and other community members.  From rain barrel construction workshops to equipment demonstrations to customized lessons for school groups, The Seed Farm serves as a hub for hands-on agricultural education in the Lehigh Valley.

Amy will give us more details about The Seed Farm and its programs. She will share how to prepare our home gardens and tips for creating a successful spring garden. She has also graciously offered time for questions and answers!

Check back soon for more event details!

APRIL 27 at 5pm
Join us for the opening of the "Unearthed: Moravian Archaeology" exhibition. Check back soon for more event details!

Members are free, future members are $5.

The County of Northampton supports the Whitefield After Dark series through their Hotel Tax Grant program.

 

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