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Weeknight Walks - Walk to Concert in the Park (2 miles)
Want to walk a mile to see Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone with Craig Thatcher opening? Walk to Sounds of Summer Concert Series: Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone at Quakertown's Park at 4th. You will need to bring a chair to sit in and $20 cash for the concert. No outside food or drink other than water is allowed. A concession stand with food and drinks is available; cash only. Tickets are available at the door at 6 pm. Reserved seats are sold out so lets meet and be ready to go by 6 pm to get a good spot. Once our chairs are set up, we can walk around the park. Meet at the Chamber of Commerce at 21 N. Main Street, Quakertown, PA 18951 by 6 pm. (make sure you don't just put the Chamber in your GPS because it may take you to the old site off of 663 - the new one is in town down from McCooles). It's about 3/4 to a mile walk to the park - and then back again when the concert is over. Info is available on the website below. Thunderstorms or rain cancels. (concert is still on unless severe weather, however, I am a fair weather concert go-er) Let me know if you are planning to attend. https://quakertown.org/government/parks-recreation/concerts

Upper Bucks Chamber-Commerce

21 North Main Street · Quakertown

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Founded in 1931, Allentown Hiking Club is founded for all people, of all backgrounds to, in the united in a shared purpose of our love of nature. We are sponsored by the Allentown Recreation Bureau and a member of the Keystone Trail Association and the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.

We maintain 10.3 miles of the Appalachian Trail, including two backcountry shelters, Allentown (north of New Tripoli) and G.W. Outerbridge (west of the Lehigh Gap).

We offer hikes and other outdoor events, which are open to the general public and led by experienced club members and other local experts. We have a plethora of different events of all different skill levels. Along with our larger weekend hikes, we have midweek hikes that are both social strolls, and more adventurous workout hikes. We meet up to hike to local free concerts, have organized bike rides, water fun events, winter sports & more. Check out our calendar to see what we have coming up. We hope to see you at an upcoming event!

More information on the club can be found on our main website https://www.allentownhikingclub.org/

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