Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Greater Bath Area Chamber



Terry DeGroot, Terraform Engineering, LLC Greater Bath Area Chamber President 610-297-5438 • tdegroot@terraformengineering.com

Our 2nd Annual Manicure’s & Martini’s event, sponsored by Thrivent Financial, is coming on March 25 at The Red Wolf Bar & Grille from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event was a great success last year and we are looking forward to another great turnout. This year we will be having cigars and bourbon on the porch, along with martini’s and manicure’s inside. If you have not been to Bath lately, you don’t know what you are missing: great restaurants and shops to visit. Bring your office staff and your friends for a great night on the town in Bath. Last year’s event was sold out!

The Pairings in Historical Bath event on April 18 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. is getting better all the time. The adventure begins at the Governor Wolf Historical Society with stops at the historic Siegfried Log Cabin, S. Seem Antiques and Artisans, the Bath Museum,HayesFlowers,and the Red Wolf Bar & Grille. All locations will feature a little history, food, and libations to supplement the historic theme. You can meet Mayor Fi Mirabito at the Bath Museum and at the Red Wolf Bar and Grille you can hear local author and speaker, Mark Will-Weber, talk about his popular book, “Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt”, a complete history of presidential drinking. Our food sponsors are My Place Pizza, Town & Country Restaurant, Meals on Wheels of Northampton County, Bath Farmers Market, Red Wolf Bar & Grill, The Daily Grind and the Governor Wolf Historical Society. Spirit sponsors are The Seminary View, Weyerbacher Brewery, Manny Mirabito, and Buckhorn Vineyards. Most recently we have added Brown-Daub as our transportation sponsor. They will be taking our guests to and from all the tour stops. We thank them for their participation in this wonderful event. The event is limited to 60 people so sign up early. Look for more details in Connections and on The Chamber’s website (www.lehighvalleychamber.org). I look forward to seeing you all in Bath. 

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