Things to Do
Experience the history, beauty, and charm of our historic borough.
Summer Concert Series
Celebrating 40 years in 2019, the Sunday Summer Concert Series has brought joy to folks from Emmaus and the surrounding areas. Every Sunday beginning in early June and ending in late August, a different musical group plays at the Samuel Landis Arts Pavilion at Emmaus Community Park from 6 – 8 pm. The concerts are always free to attend. For a complete schedule of events visit: www.emmausent.com
Emmaus Farmers’ Market
The Emmaus Farmers’ Market provides the community with a source of safe, locally produced, highly nutritious fresh produce while educating the public, including farmers, on the benefit of supporting local agriculture in order to preserve farmland in the surrounding community, improve individual health and strengthen community. The Emmaus Farmers’ Market is held rain or shine at Triangle Park in Emmaus. Regular Market is held Sundays, 10 AM to 2 PM, May to November and Sundays, 10 am to 12 pm in December (closed Christmas). The Winter Market is held the 2nd & 4th Sundays, 10 am to 12 pm, January to April. For more information visit: http://emmausmarket.com
ZUMBA IN THE PARK Every Saturday at 9:00 a.m. at the Performing Arts Pavilion, Emmaus Community Park, May to September. (Donations appreciated.)
AQUA ZUMBA Every Monday and Wednesday, June 17 – August 21, at the Emmaus Community Pool. ($1.00 fee to enter the pool). In the event of inclement weather, Aqua Zumba will be held on Friday. (Donations appreciated for instructors.)
HALLOWEEN PARADE The best Halloween Parade in the Lehigh Valley is held the 3rd Saturday in October. The 2.2-mile parade route starts on Ridge Street and ends on Main Street and includes Walnut Street, Keystone Avenue, Chestnut Street and Ninth Street. Bring blankets, chairs and more to watch the fun!
HALLOWEEN IN EMMAUS 5K RACE Join us for the Halloween in Emmaus 5K Race prior to the Emmaus Halloween Parade. The 5K Race benefits the Emmaus Parks system and the Emmaus Halloween Parade. Runners are encouraged to run in a costume. Prizes are awarded for fastest times but also best costumes. For more information, visit: www.emmaus5k.com
MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Organized by the Emmaus Veterans Committee, the parade will be held at 9 am, on Memorial Day, starting at Emmaus High School and ending with a special ceremony at the Emmaus Memorial Triangle on 3rd and 4th Streets.
EMMAUS REMEMBRANCE GARDEN VETERANS BRICK INSTALLATION Held on the Sunday prior to Memorial Day at 1 pm, the program includes recognition of men and women for their past or present bravery and patriotism in the United States Military. The Program includes keynote speaker and music, plus Rifle Salute and Taps by the Emmaus Veterans Committee Honor Guard. For more information visit: www.emmausremembers.org
COMMUNITY HEROES DAY Held on the 1st Thursday in September. Children of all ages are invited to this special event which brings our community together! Meet ambulance, fire and police personnel at this unique event held at Emmaus Public Library. This celebration highlights our local first respondents. For more information visit: www.emmauspl.org