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Littleton Courier Nov 7, 2018

Littleton Courier Nov 7, 2018

“Bethlehem Events” Aims to Excite, Organize, and Unite by Justin Roshak Littleton Courier NOv. 7, 2018 Bethlehem — Since March of 2018, five residents have aimed to organize a full calendar of social and artistic events: improving some, organizing others, and creating...
Littleton Courier May 9, 2018

Littleton Courier May 9, 2018

Why Bethlehem was blue in April Littleton Courier May 9, 2018 For the fifth year in a row, the Town of Bethlehem has lit up their businesses and homes with blue bulbs for Autism Awareness Month. In 2007, resolution 62/139 was adopted by the United Nations General...
Union Leader November 23, 2017

Union Leader November 23, 2017

Small town, homespun Christmas fun in Bethlehem by Emily Reily Special to the Union Leader New Hampshire Union Leader | Thursday, November 23, 2017 | Page E2 Regardless of how much it costs to put together Christmas in Bethlehem, everything, including the food,...
Littleton Courier August 9, 2017

Littleton Courier August 9, 2017

Hometown Parades Return to Bethlehem Littleton Courier | Front Page | August 9, 2017 It may be hard to imagine today, but in its history, Bethlehem was home to world-renowned parades. Called “Gala Day Parades”, these events started in the late 1800’s...
Littleton Courier August 10, 2016

Littleton Courier August 10, 2016

With First Friday and ArtWalk  this Saturday, Bethlehem’s creative spirit shines on BY DARIN WIPPERMAN | August 10, 2016 | [email protected] BETHLEHEM — Several artists discussed their work with the public during First Friday events on Aug 5....