Food does more than satisfy waiting palates . It brings people together. It creates
atmosphere. It enhances celebrations. It honors heritage with traditional dishes, as well
as looks to the future with fantastic fusion fare.
From the hyper-focused to the well-rounded—from arts to engineering—education opens the door to possibility. Luckily for us, Bethlehem offers learning opportunities for all, regardless of age, interest, or experience.
Whether you’re strolling past historic landmarks adorned with holiday wreaths, admiring the soft glow of miniature lighted pine trees on traffic lights, listening to carolers singing in the distance, or smiling at the sound of Clydesdale hooves hitting cobblestones during a carriage ride, it is clear that “o Little Town of Bethlehem” is
In the early 1900s, hooves of the Bethlehem Mounted Police could be heard clopping down the city’s cobblestone streets.
After a hiatus of more than 60 years, the unit was restored and returned to downtown Bethlehem. Reining the city again since 2009, the Bethlehem Mounted Police serves as a daily reminder of the rich history and character ingrained in Bethlehem.
Just like nobody compares to the magic-realism that brings the page to life like Gabriel Garcia-Marquez or the landscapes of the southwest like Georgia O’Keeffe, the carpentry of Bethlehem resident and artist Andy Vasquez has its own signature vibe, as well.
Heavily into the skateboarding scene while growing up, Andy began to take an interest in drawing and painting skateboard