Summer Fun

Summer is here and it's time for some Summer FUN!  At Client 1st Financial we also like to take time and enjoy what Summer has to offer, so we decided to put together a list of things we like to do during the hottest time of the year. Our list is broken down into three sections: Rainy Days; for those days where the weather is just not good enough to play outside. Family Fun; here are activities to get you out and having fun together and finally Date Night; because everyone needs time to just unwind.

After the Summer has ended we will make sure your finances get back on track, so go out and have some fun this Summer.

 

 

Freefall Trampoline Park | 2800 Baglyos Cir., Bethlehem | 610.849.0373 | freefalltrampolinepark.com
FreeFall Trampoline Park is an indoor entertainment center full of adrenaline pumping adventure.  FreeFall features 33,000 square of wall to wall trampolines including performance trampolines, 3 dunk hoops, an air bag, dodgeball courts, a mechanical bull and an 8 person battle game – Meltdown!
 

Sky Zone | Trampoline Park | 2285 Schoenersville Rd., Bethlehem | 610.759.9663 | skyzone.com/bethlehem
We’re always working to invent epic new ways to play, gather, and compete. Even though we’re the originators of wall-to-wall aerial action, we never stand still. The only way to understand it is to come experience it. So rally your crew and let’s go!
 

Crayola Experience | 30 Centre Square, Easton | 610.515.8000 | crayolaexperience.com
Crayola Experience is where the magic of Crayola comes to life! With 65,000 square feet of attractions, Crayola Experience is Pennsylvania's most colorful family destination for interactive, creative play! Families typically spend 3-4 hours exploring our 26 hands-on attractions.
 

$5 Movie Special | See the latest box-office hits at AMC Center Valley 16 at the Promenade | AMC Center Valley 16 
Experience the difference of AMC amenities. From spacious rocking seats to luxury recliners, innovative menus and premium offerings like IMAX, Dolby Cinema, and Prime at AMC, AMC Theatres offers a range of ways to get more out of movies
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Tolino Vineyards | 280 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Bangor | 610.588.9463 | tolinovineyards.com
Family Night - Celebrate family night every Friday this summer at Tolino Vineyards. Festivities include live music, yoga, s’mores, yard games and—for adults only—wine slushies. The fun goes from 5–8 p.m., and each week has something new in store!


Becky’s Drive-In | 4548 Lehigh Dr., Walnutport | 610.767.2249 | beckysdi.com
One of the Valley’s famous drive-in movie theaters, Becky’s Drive-In will celebrate its 71st Anniversary this June. Pick a family-friendly film, order a few chipwiches and take the kids back in time with this old-fashioned venue.


Lehigh Valley Grand Prix | 649 S. 10th St., Allentown | 610.432.7223 | lehighvalleygrandprix.com
Go-Kart - Have a need for speed? Lehigh Valley Grand Prix is sure to get any kid’s adrenaline racing. The indoor go-kart racing offers high-speed fun for kids above the age of eight.


BlueMoutain Resort | 1660 Blue Mountain Drive, Palmerton, PA 18071 | (610) 826-7700 | outdoor-adventures/action-archery
Action Archery - Is a combination of tag and target practice. But don’t worry; no one will get hurt, as participants are only armed with bows and foam-tipped arrows. Play outside atop the area’s highest vertical and enjoy views of the Pocono Mountains.


Banana Factory | 25 W. 3rd St., Bethlehem | 610.332.1300 | bananafactory.org/summer-camps
Arts Camp - The Banana Factory has eight one-week sessions that children of all ages can join. The summer arts program gives young artists the chance to explore their creativity and reach new goals while developing fundamental life skills. Camps are available for ages four to nine years old, ten to 12 years old and 13 to 18 years old.


Jacobsburg State Park | 400 Belfast Rd, Nazareth, PA 18064 | (610) 746-2801 |  Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center
The 1,168-acre Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center offers programs for pre-school aged children through college students. Center staff also provides community programs focusing on the natural and cultural history of the park, as well as outdoor recreation.

 



SangriaFest | 101 Founders Way ? Bethlehem, PA 18015 | (610)297-7100 | SangriaFest Tickets
South Italy Imports is hosting the Lehigh Valley’s first ever Sangria Fest right at the SteelStacks. During the event, attendees can sample ten different sangria recipes, while enjoying the sounds of live musicians and playing fun games like cornhole and quoits. This is a can’t miss premier event for the Lehigh Valley! For more information, visit the Sangria Fest Facebook page.


Staycation | 77 Sands Blvd Bethlehem, PA 18015 | (877)726-3777 | Sands Casino
In 2007, Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem purchased the 126-acre former Bethlehem Steel plant, the largest brownfield site in the United States and opened the casino on May 22, 2009. The area was remediated in accordance with the site-specific environmental standard, which demonstrates our commitment to preservation. Putting the historical Bethlehem Steel site back into use represents a re-birth for the city, and can be used as a model for other communities across the country.


Lehigh Valley Wine Trail | Direction to all Vinyards
Explore the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail. The Chambourcin wine grape is the only wine grape that is grown by all nine wineries. In the greater Lehigh Valley, there are more than 40 acres of Chambourcin which ferment into approximately 150,000 bottles of wine. Chambourcin is very versatile in the wine cellar and the wineries craft it into several styles of wine including Nouveau, Rosé, Semi- Sweet, Sweet, Dry Barrel Aged, Sparkling and Port.


Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley | 31 North Fifth Street Allentown, PA 18101 | (610)432-4333 | Allentown Art Museum
The Allentown Art Museum offers tremendous variety and quality in our collections and exhibitions, educational programs, and public events. We serve over 100,000 visitors each year, of whom more than 14,000 are children in school programs. Our collection of more than 17,000 works of art offers the opportunity to experience nearly 2,000 years of cultural heritage in an accessible, visitor-friendly environment.

The Bookstore Speakeasy | 366 Adams St. Bethlehem, PA 18015 | (610)867-1100 | The Bookstore Speakeasy
Step back in time at The Bookstore Speakeasy: a 1920's style speakeasy located in Bethlehem, PA. The Bookstore offers prohibition-era cocktails and punch-bowls with hand-carved ice and freshly-squeezed juices, an extensive craft beer selection, a thoughtful wine list, and beautifully crafted American cuisine ranging from small plates to complete dinners.