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Events, Education & Exhibits

Current Exhibits

Last One In:
American Ideals
in Conflict with
American Attitudes

The history of immigration in the Lehigh Valley represents a sampling of the cultures and countries that are part of our nation’s history. This exhibit will highlight the many ethnic groups that faced conflicting attitudes toward their nationalities as they established a new homeland in America.
The exhibit in the Museum’s main gallery will run through the summer and will evolve in conjunction with lectures that focus on different groups of immigrants that settled here. The first display opens with an historical look at 19th century political cartoons that challenged the American melting pot and the impact of immigration on America from its earliest years.

Sculpture and Painting
by Ely Molloy

Local artist, Ely Molloy is showcasing his paintings and sculpture in the Trexler Gallery beginning April 2.

Upcoming Events

Exhibit Opening Event
April 19, 2018
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Meet local artist, Ely Molloy. His pieces are available to purchase.

Allentown Band Concert
Sunday, April 22, 2018
3:00 p.m.

America’s oldest band, conducted by Ronald Demkee, is presenting its newest concert program: “Celebrating Immigration to Allentown,” featuring music from among the German, Jewish, Syrian and Hispanic immigrant communities in the Lehigh Valley. The concert coincides with the Liberty Bell Museum’s current exhibit, “American Ideals in Conflict with American Attitudes,” featuring editorial cartoons about immigrant communities.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the museum or by calling 610-435-4232. Tickets may be available at the door as space allows.



Events and Exhibits Sponsors

Principal Sponsor:

Karen ElChaar

Gold Sponsors:


Silver Sponsors:


Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Blankowitsch
Elaine Charron
Ann Wertman and Joe Zeller

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