Two students hold yellow tubs filled with potatoes harvested from LaFarm.

Find farm-fresh produce Fridays at LaFarmstand, the College’s on-campus farm market.

Make the most of the last few weeks of summer. Get outside, explore, try new foods, and discover all that’s happening in Easton.

  1. Scoop up fresh veggies, fruits, flowers, and herbs: Sweet corn, stone fruits, zukes, and tomatoes abound this time of year! In Easton you’re within walking distance of not one, but four farm stands and markets! Support LaFarmstand 2-5 p.m. Fridays in the grassy area across from Wawa. Browse Easton Farmers’ Market 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays in Scott Park. Find fresh veggies and grab a bite to eat at West Ward Market 3-7 p.m. Wednesdays at 12th and Northampton streets. Restock Wednesday-Sunday with fresh produce from Highmark Farmstand inside Easton Public Market (which was just named the No. 1 public market in the U.S.A.!)
  2. Lebanese Heritage Days: Feast on shish kabobs, tabouli, hummus, chicken with garlic sauce, and traditional pastries at the annual Lebanese Heritage Days. The festival, hosted by Our Lady of Lebanon Church, features live music, dancing, and delicious eats. 5-midnight Sat., Aug. 5, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sun., Aug. 6 • MORE
  3. Enjoy an art-inspired community picnic along Karl Stirner Arts Trail: Lafayette College art professor Nestor Gil will host LaJiraGira, a free art-inspired community picnic that encourages guests to walk together and eat together. Bring a blanket and a beverage; food will be provided from La Perla Tapatia. 4 p.m. Sun., Aug. 6 (rain date: 4 p.m. Sun., Aug. 13) • MORE
  4. Explore the riverside: It’s only a short walk from campus to the Delaware River. Soak up the summer sun in a tube, kayak, canoe, or raft. Prefer the view from dry land? Take a hike or bike the D&L Trail. MORE
  5. Health & Heritage Walk at Hugh Moore Park: Speaking of hikes, Hugh Moore Park has a free guided walking tour where you can learn more about the area’s history and how the Lehigh River and canal helped to spur America’s Industrial Revolution. 1-2 p.m. Sun., Aug. 6 • MORE
  6. Movies on the Quad: You won’t have to go very far to catch an outdoor movie. Head to Lafayette’s Quad for a free outdoor movie. Catch Top Gun: Maverick on the big screen. Bring a chair or blanket; Lafayette will provide the popcorn and sweets. 8:30 p.m. Wed., Aug. 16 • MORE
  7. Cruise Nights: Classic cars will fill Centre Square during the last Cruise Night of the season. Centre Square closes to vehicular traffic so that visitors can walk and admire the cars. Timewhys will provide live music. 6-9 p.m. Sat., Aug. 19 • MORE
  8. Enjoy live music: Live at the Falls is a free outdoor family-friendly concert series where you can enjoy tunes and good eats by the riverside in Scott Park. Check out who’s playing next! 6-8:30 p.m. Thursdays, June-September • MORE
  9. Clam Jam: Don’t miss the fourth annual Clam Jam, hosted by 3rd & Ferry Fish Market. This free street food festival offers live music, entertainment, and a boatload of chowda and fresh seafood. 12-7 p.m. Sun., Aug. 27 • MORE