Quota Club of Northampton will hold a community yard sale 8 a.m.-noon Oct. 1 at the Northampton Fire Department, 4 Lerchenmiller Drive.
Vendors and crafters can reserve space for a cost. Call Anita Achey at 610-984-5187.
Applications for the borough’s Hometown Heroes banner program continue to be accepted.
Applications are available at the municipal building, 1401 Laubach Ave. You can also text Mayor Tony Pristash at 484-239-7426 or email email@example.com. Include the address to where the applications should be sent.
Grace United Church of Christ, 902 Lincoln Ave., invites everyone to a homemade halupki dinner 4-6 p.m. Oct. 8 in the fellowship hall. Dinners include two halupkies, a roll, mashed potatoes, a cupcake and a beverage.
The event is for dine-in or takeout. Pay cash at the door. There are no preorders.
Call the church office at 610-262-7186 with any questions.
Catholic War Veterans Post 454 will be hosting a BYOB murder mystery event Oct. 8.
For more information, call 610-261-2055 and leave a message and return phone number.
The Jack Frost Parade is 7 p.m. Oct. 20. The parade starts at Laubach Avenue and Smith Lane. It will travel down Laubach Avenue to 19th Street, then Main Street to Lerchenmiller Drive.
Boy Scout Troop 93 will hold a spaghetti dinner 4-7 p.m. Nov. 5 at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 19th Street and Lincoln Avenue. The meal includes salad, drinks and ice cream.
There is a cost. Children age 6 and under eat for free. Proceeds benefit the troop.
PRESS PHOTOS BY JENN RAGO Northampton Area Historical Society board member Connie Nagy prepares to hand out mums ordered during the society's annual sale. She says they sold more than 200 mums this year.
Donna Csencsitz helps at the annual mum distribution, held Sept. 10 at the Siegfried Railroad Station on 21st Street.
Northampton resident Jane Krupa picks up her mums.