By Laini Abraham
Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to see what’s moved into the Bachmann Publick House building. Thanks to a cooperative effort between several local entities, the Lenape Nation has created a space where visitors can come learn about the Lenape culture. Right now the center is open to the public on Saturdays from noon til 3 pm. Visits are free and activities for children are also planned. This is a wonderful resource for the entire Easton community, a way that we can learn about the people who lived in Easton for centuries before us, their way of life, and how they continue to preserve their culture today.
The Lenape Cultural Center and Trading Post is located at 169 Northampton St. in Easton, PA.
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