Sign-Up for Fig Weekly

Sign-up for Fig Weekly and receive content that includes new blogs and features, local events, and happenings in Bethlehem delivered directly to your inbox.

Suggest an Event

The online Fig calendar is a curated list of community and advertiser events happening in Bethlehem.

  • Contact Us

    • MM slash DD slash YYYY
    • MM slash DD slash YYYY
    • Your event may be posted pending approval.

    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
  • Search

    Articles

    Curated By Community

    Design teaches us not to make assumptions

    Read More
    Fig Authentic: Yadira Colon-Lopez, Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem

    Authentic | Leading the way through innovation and example

    Read More
    Giving Back – Melanie Lino, Afros in Nature

    Giving Back | Making a difference in the lives of others.

    Read More
    Giving Back Jennie Gilrain and John Noble: Saving Swifts

    Conservation - whether you’re preserving historic character, community soul, or the natural world—can be at the heart of real estate development. It’s the key to local developer John Noble’s philosophy, and his newest project on Bethlehem’s South Side—the redevelopment of the Masonic Temple and historic Wilbur Mansion property on Wyandotte Street—is a beautiful example.

    Read More
    Social Mission Partner: Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem

    At Fig, we believe in the power of a community that works together to identify needs and find solutions —one that creates connections and is passionate about helping its neighbors. Each year, Fig partners with a nonprofit organization working to transform the community. Our 2021 Social Mission Partner is the Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem. Please join us in supporting them.

    Read More
    Fig Authentic: Councilwoman Olga Negron

    Growing up in Puerto Rico, Olga Negron watched her mother and father, dedicated Rotarians, collect and distribute supplies to those in need of hurricane relief. Passionate community advocates, they raised money for neighbors in need. “Today I am who I am because of my parents,” she says. “They taught me service before self.”

    Read More
    Fig Giving Back: Andres Morales

    Football has brought so many good people into my life,” says Coach Andres Morales, president and founder of the Lehigh Valley Steel Rockets. “How could I not have a program like this?”

    Read More
    Fig Authentic: Stacie Brennan

    Stacie Brennan, Curator of Education at the Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG), has always been guided by a passion for art. Growing up in the suburbs of Philadelphia first piqued her interest in the mural arts, and as an undergraduate at Lehigh, under the mentorship of late LUAG gallery director/curator Ricardo Viera, she discovered the possibilities of combining marketing and business savvy to support art and artists—and the huge social impact community art and galleries can make.

    Read More
    Fig Authentic(s): Missy Hartney and Tammy Wendling

    The local shops and services in the heart of Bethlehem may not have been open to the public for regular business during the Governor’s stay at home order at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. But that heart never stopped beating, aided by the love and support of Tammy Wendling, Downtown Bethlehem Association (DBA) Manager and Missy Hartney, Downtown Manager of the South Side Arts District.

    Read More
    Lehigh Valley Listings

    Love where you live.

    Read More
    Giving Back: Bonn Place Brewing Co.

    Bonn is guided by Sam and Gina’s philosophy of being the change you want to see in the world.

    Read More
    Fresh Face: Georgia’s Flower Truck

    Welcoming a new business to our community: Georgia’s Flower Truck.

    Read More