A printable map with the more than 20 artists participating is available online, and a tour sign will mark each location or important turn. All locations are within a 20-mile loop, some just one to two miles from one another.

According to Hawk Mountain spokeswoman Mary Linkevich, a wide variety of specialties will be included on the tour, such as local landscape and wildlife paintings, folk art carving, woodcuts, metalwork, woven seats and baskets, fabric art, photography, redware and wood fired stoneware pottery, carved totem poles and chainsaw art, metal and kinetic sculpture, bas relief works, photography, jewelry, wood turnings, and more. Artists will be on hand to welcome guests, with many demonstrating their craft.

For further info: hawkmountain.org


Come Sunday, it’s the day the American Theatre Wing hands out its Tony Awards in New York City for excellence in the Broadway season. In celebration of the event, the Civic Theatre of Allentown brings the glamour of Broadway’s biggest night to the Lehigh Valley on Saturday with the fourth annual “Tonys and Tapas” benefit from 4 to 6:30 p.m. The event is a musical and culinary celebration of Broadway, featuring a musical revue by Civic and cocktails and tapas from 15 local restaurants.

For further info: civictheatre.com