Saturday was one of my favorite days of the year as a resident of Bethlehem, PA. Spring on Fourth (Street) and the annual chili cookoff bring out the entire city – and their DOGS! – to enjoy the beginning of spring and celebrate our community and local artists and businesses.
Save the Kales! was there with vegan chili, more of a thick soup made with whole ingredients, and it was so well received. Lucky for me I got some of the great reactions on tape, and also captured the vibe of the day.
This day was a celebration of our town, and the way it is so open to letting young, creative people explore ideas and create new businesses, art and community. Yesterday what I strongly felt was that the people here are here intentionally. We are making things happen, we support each other, and we see the potential – not to mention that which we’ve already turned into something.
*If you’re interested in knowing more about something/someone you see in the video, please ask and I’ll be happy to point you in the direction of their business or their projects.