Thursday, December 6, 2012
Capturing Christmas lights on your camera can be a challenge. Get some tips. Photograph your lights. You could win $100,000 for Council Rock and $500 for your electric bills.
It takes time and dedication to string all those lights across rooftops. And it’s not easy to capture those lights on your camera either. Here are three tips for the amateur photographers out there that could help you win our "Deck the House" contest. Use these tips to take a picture of your holiday lights. Post the picture to Northampton Patch’s Deck the House contest page and you could win $100,000 for Council Rock and $500 toward your electric bill. Want to get more technical than that? Here are some other resources for taking holiday photographs.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
When you decorate your house for the holidays this year, enter our "Deck the House" contest for a chance to win $100,000 for Council Rock School District and $500 to pay your electric bills.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Signs of the season can be seen across Northampton.
Patch saw Santa on the streets of Richboro and Christmas lights and decorations going up all around our town.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Through Dec. 31—except for Christmas Day—the Holiday Light Show and Wanamaker Organ Concert at Macy’s will take place every hour on the hour.
Fall can be drab, so brighten up your life by getting out of dodge. Luckily, Philadelphia isn't too far away for fall fun—and our Fall in Philly feature can help guide you there. If you feel like venturing out a little farther from home, check here for a weekly suggestion of something fun or interesting to do in the City of Brotherly Love. Whether it's a restaurant to try, a festival to attend or special museum exhibits, we'll feature something different every Thursday. Any day of the week through Dec. 31, with the exception of Dec. 25, the Holiday Light Show and Organ Concert will take place in the historic Wanamaker building, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this December. This annual event has been a Philadelphia tradition …