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Fall/Winter Adventure Allentown Available

Fall/Winter Adventure Allentown Available
The 2019-2020 Fall/Winter edition of the City of Allentown’s Adventure Allentown publication is being distributed city-wide.

The city’s 36-page guide to fall and winter leisure activities will be sent home with Allentown School District students, will be available at various organizations and businesses in the city and placed in free outdoor publication racks throughout the park system. City subscribers to The Morning Call newspaper received a copy of Adventure Allentown in their newspaper on Thursday, September 26.

The Adventure Allentown guide contains information on special events, youth and adult programs; city parks and golf; music and theater; the library and museums; healthy living and other useful material for city park and recreation services. The guide also includes a list of park amenities, event schedules, and a comprehensive list of community agencies dedicated to youth, adults and senior citizens.

An eight-page condensed version of Adventure Allentown is available in Spanish, with a distribution plan for 5,000 copies at various businesses and organizations targeting the Spanish-speaking population in Allentown.

Mayor Ray O’Connell said, “Adventure Allentown is a multi-award-winning publication that informs our residents and visitors about city programs that focus attention on the city’s commitment to fitness, healthy lifestyles, the arts, and economic vitality through events that take advantage of Allentown’s tremendous assets.”

Distribution of the fall/winter guide reaches 45,000 copies.

Residents may also pick-up the Fall/Winter edition of Adventure Allentown at City Hall, in publication racks in the city parks system and along Hamilton Business District, and other various locations throughout the city. For questions, please call 610-841-3506 or email


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