adidas forest hills Allentown cancels ‘Lights in the Parkway’ for 2015

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ALLENTOWN, Pa. Repairs along the Lehigh Parkway have prompted Allentown to cancel its annual Lights in the Parkway display.

Ongoing repairs to a retaining wall in the parkway will make it impossible for two lanes of traffic to safely view the annual light show, according to a news release from the city. Allentown will replace the event with “Allentown Lights” from Nov. 28 Dec. 31.

The event will cover Hamilton Street from 10th to Sixth streets, the Arts Park, the Arts Walk, Cedar Beach Park and Andre Reed Park. “Allentown Lights” will feature family events, including holiday movies, concerts, vendors, youth activities and food and beverages. The event will be free of charge.

“Many families make a visit to ‘Lights in the Parkway’ a must during the holidays,” Mayor Ed Pawlowski said in a prepared statement. Nov 25. The course will be set up in the area surrounding Cedar Beach Park.

Registration is available at the event website. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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adidas forest hills Allentown cancels 'Lights in the Parkway' for 2015

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