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Here is a quick overview of everything the festival has to offer!
September 28 - October 2, 2022
An original play about the colorism epidemic, based on stories from the local Black community.
Experience the connections that sports bring to us all, with conversation, trivia, old friends, and new!
The preeminent male singer-songwriter of the New Folk Movement performs multiple times at Godfreys and leads a workshop, celebrating the power of place.
Community organizer, Mark Valdez, will lead a series of community gatherings and workshops, focused on issues of housing and home insecurity.
Good Shepherd’s Autism and the Arts program sponsors this visual arts exhibit highlighting works by artists with disabilities, different abilities, and artists in recovery.
A joyful Festival kickoff featuring John Gorka, Festival performers, and much, much more!
Coffee hour, lunchtime, and happy hour conversations envisioning the future of our community.
An exuberant exploration of the Afro-Caribbean home through music, visual arts, spoken word, and dance!
Singer-songwriter John Gorka returns to his home stage at Godfreys to perform new and old favorites.
A community-friendly jam session with local Latinx musicians—listen in, dance and sing along, or get onstage!
Formed during their time at Moravian University as students in the late 70s, this folk band fan-favorite reunites at local venue Godfrey Daniels.
This hands-on workshop employs craft-making, song creation, and theater to explore questions about feeling “at home”—in all ways.
All are welcome at this art-filled interfaith gathering that unites us around the mystery of life and the gifts of being together.
John Gorka, the preeminent male singer-songwriter of the New Folk Movement leads a workshop, celebrating the power of place with local singer-songwriter Anne Hills .
This joyous celebration blends a mixture of music from around the world and Indian folk dance. Be sure to wear your dancing shoes!
Honoring Black Ancestors known and unknown, unearthing an unspoken history, and celebrating the strength of spirit.
Architect-led walking and talking tour that invites us to spot changes through history in the “everyday spaces” of South Bethlehem.
Recenter, re-focus, and reflect at this community-centered meditation inside one of Bethlehem’s historic spaces.