Parkland Garden Club’s “Sharing Beautiful Gardens of the Lehigh Valley” will take place, rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 30.
The self-guided event features eight residential gardens.
“We asked each gardener to think about what makes their garden a ‘gardener’s garden,’” said Barbara Campbell, co-chairwoman of the tour.
Taking part in the tour are:
·Edge of the Woods, Orefield, features native plants, perennials, grasses, shrubs and trees;
·The Ying and Yang concept is incorporated at the home at 3015 Suncrest Dr., Allentown;
Don’t worry if you did not ace high school AP physics. Nina Cao can pick up the slack.
Not only can the Parkland High School senior pick up the slack, the physics whiz can literally teach the class.
And, teach the class is exactly what she did May 23.
“Nina is one of the top students I’ve ever had,” Parkland physics teacher Sean Flueso said. “She’s extremely personable and will do a great job in presenting.”
Cao had the idea to lead a class on physics to her peers earlier this year.
The Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley is offering the following free education and support programs for cancer patients and their caregivers in June.
Unless otherwise noted, programs are held at the Cancer Support Community 944 Marcon Blvd., Suite 110, Allentown.
Programs are offered free to people affected by cancer.
According to an email from Trexlertown Fire Chief Stephen Oplinger, Weisenberg, Macungie, Alburtis, Lower Macungie and Topton firefighters were called for a second alarm to assist Upper Macungie firefighters at a garage fire at a home at 9359 Trexler Road, Breinigsville.
Volunteer firefighters from Good Will Fire Company No. 1 Trexlertown, Fogelsville and Upper Macungie Station 56, along with Cetronia Ambulance Corps personnel, were dispatched just before 3 p.m. on June 3 for a working fire in the attached garage.