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Grammy-Nominated Artist to Perform at Library
National recording artist, singer and songwriter Ray Owen will give two performances of Hats Off to America, a musical adventure with a crew of colorful characters that step out of history and onto the stage at the Bethlehem Area Public Library on Tuesday, June 26. The South Side Branch, 400 Webster Street, is the location of the first award-winning performance at 4 p.m. Owen entertains at 7 p.m. at the Main Library, 11 W. Church Street.
Ray Owen has performed with Garth Brooks, Joan Jett, Willie Nelson and other legendary entertainers. His latest album was selected for a Grammy nomination. Owen combines music and humor to captivate audiences of all ages.
The family program is free. The concert is underwritten by a grant from Northampton Community College and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Registration is not required at the Main Library, but families must show a BAPL card with the Access PA sticker. Phone 610 867-3761 x499 for more information. Registration and a BAPL card are required for the performance at the Branch. Register online or phone 610 867-7852. Parking is available in the garage in the evenings at the Main Library.
Visit www.bapl.org for a complete list of the Library’s summer programs for children and teens.
More About Bethlehem Area Public Library
Located on the west side of the City Hall municipal complex, the main branch of the Bethlehem Public Library offers a variety of materials, resources and programs, all free to residents of the city, Bethlehem Township and a few other nearby municipalities. The Bethlehem Room is a rich source of material on local history. The library also runs a popular book sale every other month.