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25 W. Third St. | Bethlehem, PA

Summer CampS June 10 - July 26 Ages 4-17 Full-day and half-day camps Camps in:

- painting

- drawing

- ceramics

- glass

- photography

- jewelry

- mixed media

- and more

For complete schedule and to register: artsquest.org | 610-332-3378

STeeLSTaCKS Summer

FamILY mOVIe SerIeS Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks Sponsored by 100.7 WLEV

Enjoy FREE movies under the stars! Movies begin at 8 pm. Free parking is available.Food and beverages may be purchased at the Mack Truck Stop at the Levitt Pavilion, as well as the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, located across the street from the Levitt Pavilion. June 19 Mary Poppins

July 17 Paranorman

August 14 An American Tail

June 26 The Muppets

July 24 The Lion King

July 3 Rise of the Guardians

July 31 The Pirates! Band of Misfits

August 21 Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted

July 10 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

August 28 Shrek

See artsquest.org for most up-to-date schedule.


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eady…Set… Road trip!

Looking to make new vacation memories with your family? Stay right here in your backyard and make memories that will last. There are dozens of convenient and affordable day trips and activities for all ages. Dutch Springs Aqua Park, Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom and the Crayola Factory are just a few of the family friendly recreation activities at your fingertips. You can also visit the hands-on, interactive Da Vinci Science Center. And everyone loves to catch a game at Coca-Cola Park to cheer on the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, the Triple-A minor league affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. Looking for places to relax and unwind? Bethlehem is an ideal destination for couples, or grab a group of friends and head out. The Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem features slots, live table games, a luxurious hotel, Emeril Lagasse restaurants, and three fun lounges full of nightlife. Not too far from the Sands is SteelStacks which is overflowing with arts and culture events. Looking for a slow down? Head to the small towns where historic inns, charming B&Bs and relaxing delis sit along the countryside. Bath is full of new and exciting shops that have embraced the culture and history of the small town. The newly renovated Red Wolf Bar & Grille (at the Historic Bath Hotel) is a prime spot for a family dinner or a night out with friends. Or head over to Northampton and catch a movie at the historic Roxy Theatre. Whether you visit with your family, friends or significant other there is plenty to do in Northampton County and the surrounding Lehigh Valley.

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Valley Forge For many, warmer weather means it’s time to get outdoors and enjoy the many attractions and events that Valley Forge, Pa., and the surrounding area of Montgomery County have to offer. Here are a few examples:

•Valley Forge National Historical Park:

PYT has a thrilling Summer planned for 2013!

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The ADVENTURE CAMP is for children age as lo n w as 3 years to 2nd grade.These one-week camp $ 2 2 5! opportunities perfectly fit campers who want to explore a variety of activities. Choose half or full day experience! PYT’s SHOWTIME CAMPS are performance camps for young performers going into 3rd through 12th grade. These one OR two-week camps include two different productions, two trips to Broadway, and throwing pies at each other! 123PYT.ORG

610-332-1400

The site of the Continental Army’s winter encampment of 1777–78, this hallowed ground of the Revolutionary War is rich with history and offers visitors informative tours on foot and by trolley car or onboard audio in your own vehicle. There’s also strolling, biking or horseback riding on 28 miles of designated trails. (www.nps.gov/vafo)

•The John James Audubon Center:

This destination celebrates the namesake artist John James Audubon, preserving his first home in America and highlighting its role in his development as a naturalist. Visitors can view a full-size copy of his influential “The Birds of America”—made from copperplate etchings and hand painted in full color. (pa.audubon.org/john-jamesaudubon-center-mill-grove)


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Valley Forge: An Area Rich In History And Art •Peter Wentz Farmstead, Pottsgrove Manor, the Mennonite Heritage Center and Pennypacker Mills:

•The Stoogeum:

These sites offer a snapshot of 18th century agrarian life, with a steady rotation of demonstrations, lectures and programs that present the long-lost arts of weaving, cooking, iron forging, sheep shearing, hay mowing and fracture—a form of decorative calligraphy. (www. peterwentzfarmsteadsociety.org)

•The Wharton Esherick Studio Museum:

This storybook cottage is an apt setting for the work of a craftsman-artist who combined whimsy and practicality. Best of all, the tours here are very hands-on, as visitors are encouraged to feel for themselves the different textures and characters of Esherick’s natural me­dium. (whartonesherickmuseum. org)

As its name implies, this is a museum dedicated to the antics of The Three Stooges. Visitors will find an impressive collection of 3,000 items, covering three floors, that traces the trio’s roots from vaudeville to feature films. See it once, they say, and you will be back for “Moe.” (www.stoogeum.com)

•The Glencairn Museum:

This is described as a time machine that whisks visitors back to turn-of-the-century opulence and to the art of the Middle Ages. Glencairn Museum displays religious-themed frescoes, tapestries and stained glass, and has a nine-story-high observation tower. (www. glencairnmuseum.org) For more information and directions to these attractions, visit www.valleyforge.org. Many of the attractions of the Valley Forge area offer visitors a chance to step back in time. (NAPS)

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the pedal to the metal: the map and travel planning software from Microsoft, Streets & Trips. Streets & Trips 2013 makes it easy to create inspired, customized travel plans with your computer.

Cover All Your Bases

A Smarter Way To Hit The Road Technology continues to make road trips better. USB power adapters for all our gad­ gets, thermoelectric coolers for food and beverages, and affordable cameras that can withstand being dropped in the parking lot or dunked in the pool are helping to keep travelers comfortable and connected. But there’s one technology that helps travelers plan a great trip even before putting

PONY RIDES at YOUR PARTY!

Lots of Fun for Kids of ALL AGES! Birthday Parties, Picnics, Family Reunions, Outdoor Events

Microsoft Streets & Trips 2013 is designed for planning the perfect road trip from start to finish. The 2013 edition features an updated user interface designed for easy viewing, adds 150,000 more miles of roads in North America, and includes more than 2.5 million points of interest, with online ratings and reviews for restaurants and other businesses.

Customize Your Routes And Stops

Whether traveling by RV, motorcycle or sedan, adventurers might choose to customize their trips by planning to avoid main highways, visit the most national parks or travel by ferry. Build a trip around a theme or inspiration, such as historical sites or important locations in family history. Generate maps and directions, customize start and stop times, set driving speeds and view the quickest routes with one-click trip optimization—all without an Internet connection.

Prepare For Curveballs

Flexibility is built in. Streets & Trips 2013 users find it useful to add notes for planned stops, reservation details, phone numbers and more. Also available are free collections of special points of interest such as low clearances, big-rig-friendly fuel stations, Walmart stores or the best barbecue stops. Streets & Trips 2013 helps plug all this and more into the itinerary but still lets travelers change plans on the go and reroute for an impromptu excursion, even without an Internet connection.

Learn More Hurry our calendar is filling up fast!

Phone 610-837-1940 to reserve date and time.

Whether it’s an epic vacation or just an ambitious day trip, Streets & Trips 2013 makes planning easy and fun. Streets & Trips 2013 sells for $39.95, estimated retail price. To make sure it’s right for you, Microsoft offers a free 14-day testdrive, including all the features and tools that come with the full version of Streets & Trips. For more information, visit www.microsoft. com/streets. Routes, directions and stops are just the start of planning a great road trip. (NAPS)


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Grill Potatoes For A Unique, Healthy Side Dish Potatoes are the top food eaten alongside grilled main dishes, according to the NPD Group, so why not put potatoes on the grill too? Try grilling thick potato planks, skewered potato chunks, or colorful halved fingerlings in a zesty rub like these FlameLicked Fingerlings, created by award-winning cookbook authors Karen Adler and Judith Fertig, also known as the “BBQ Queens.” “A lot of people don’t know you can grill potatoes,” said the BBQ Queens. “They’re sturdy enough to hold up well on the grill, versatile enough to grill in many different ways and the nutritional boost is a welcome addition to any meal.” In fact, one medium-size (5.3 ounce) potato has no fat, sodium or cholesterol, provides 45 percent of your daily value of vitamin C, and has more potassium than a banana. Plus, cooking potato side dishes on the grill helps to minimize clean-up, and doesn’t require the heat of an oven during the warmer months. Visit www.potatogoodness.com to find more recipe ideas for putting potatoes on the grill, including a colorful Grilled Potato Bake which incorporates multiple potato types for a flavorful side dish. You can also sign-up to receive a new recipe in your email in-box each week.

Place the potatoes in a bowl, drizzle with the olive oil and sprinkle with Spud Rub. Toss to coat. Place the potatoes on the grill rack or in grill basket directly over the heat and close the grill lid. After 3 to 4 minutes, open the lid and toss the potatoes or turn the basket. Close the lid again and repeat the process for 12 to 15 minutes or until potatoes are tender when pierced with a fork. Serving tip: Serve the grilled fingerlings on a platter alongside a bowl of Spud Rub Dip. To make Spud Rub Dip, combine 1/2 cup prepared buttermilk or ranch-style dressing and 1 teaspoon Spud Rub in small bowl. Stir to blend. Refrigerate until ready to serve. (Family Features)

Summer Karate Camp

June 24 - 28, 2013 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

No Experience Necessary For kids ages 7-13

Whether your child is looking to try karate, new to the arts, or wants to continue training and fine-tune their techniques, then this is the camp for them!

Flame-Licked Fingerling Potatoes with Spud Rub Created by The BBQ Queens for the U.S. Potato Board Makes: 4 side dish servings

Spud Rub:

1 tablespoon onion powder 2 teaspoons lemon pepper 1 ½ teaspoons paprika 1 ½ teaspoons smoked paprika 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin

Potatoes:

1 pound fingerling potato mix 2 teaspoons olive oil 1 tablespoon Spud Rub For the rub, combine all ingredients in a glass jar, close the lid and shake to blend. Store at room temperature. Prepare a medium-hot fire in your grill.

Karate Academy

Deadline June 10th

*Year round programs *LIttle Dragons ages 5-7 *Youth 7-12 *Adults 13 and up Free trial classes are available to see if the traditional art of Tang Soo Do is for you. Registration is ongoing. Located at 145 N Chestnut Street, Bath, Next to Bath Post Office. ananitsd@ptd.net * 570-236-5109


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DCNR/Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center is sponsoring several outdoor programs in June. On Saturday, June 1st from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. join Environmental Education Specialist Rick Wiltraut for “National Trails Day” as he leads a leisurely walk along the brand new Bushkill Trail. Enjoy beautiful woods and wetlands and experience the sights and sounds of the many species of birds that nest along the trail. Wear comfortable hiking shoes and bring bottled water and binoculars. To register, contact Rick at rwiltraut@pa.gov or 610-746-2810. On Saturday and Sunday, June 8th & 9th join Environmental Education Specialist Lauren Forster on National Get Outdoors Day for “Family Camping.” Camping is easy with the right equipment and instruction! First-time campers learn how to set up a tent, build a fire, roast marshmallows, and enjoy the outdoors under the night sky. When: 7:00 pm Saturday to 8:00 a.m. Sunday. Cost: $20 per family. To register, contact Lauren at610-746-2809 or laforster@pa.gov

DCNR/Jacobsburg

Scout program: Bats and Boxes

Friday June 14th - 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 pm. Why do bats fly above us? To get to the bugs of course! Learn why having bats around can be beneficial and what challenges bats are facing these days. We will also learn how to construct a bat box to provide a home for our furry flying friends. This program is open only to scouts and their families. To register, contact Lauren Forster at 610-746-2809 or laforster@pa.gov On Sunday, June 30th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. join the staff from Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center for “Birding by Kayak on Long Pond Preserve.” Join us for this evening kayak tour as we explore the scenic Long Pond Preserve in search of nesting birds as well as unusual plants and animals. This will be a great time of the day to observe and listen to the sounds of Long Pond’s interesting bird life. We’ll also have a chance of glimpsing some of the secretive mammal residents like Snowshoe Hare and Beaver. Cost: $10.00. Must supply own kayak/canoe and life vest. To register, contact Rick at rwiltraut@pa.gov or 610746-2810.


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Gettysburg

Gettysburg’s 150th is Gateway to Nearby Civil War Experiences This year marks the 150th anniversary of the turning point in the Civil War, the Battle of Gettysburg. As far as defining American moments go, it doesn't get much more iconic than that. Following the early July battle in 1863, the Confederate army never regained its momentum, and the bloody war ended two years later. South central Pennsylvania -- now known as the Dutch Country Roads (DCR) region -- took years to recover from its pivotal role in history, but many cultural attractions stand as reminders. There's no better way to experience the richness of the 150th Gettysburg anniversary than to visit in person. Gettysburg is bursting with re-enactments, demonstrations and new programs.


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Gettysburg’s 150th is Gateway to Nearby Civil War Experiences After visiting Gettysburg, explore the Civil War story further in the surrounding area. National Civil War Museum: Harrisburg is home to one of the largest museums dedicated exclusively to both sides of the Civil War. The museum offers a full understanding of the conflict, as well as exploring the experience of both civilians and soldiers. U.S. Army Heritage & Education Center: Located in Carlisle, the center features an interactive one-mile outdoor trail with several Civil War aspects and a huge Civil War photography collection to explore. Hopewell Furnace: See how pig iron production was vital to making Civil War weapons. This national historic site joins the Central Pennsylvania African American Museum -- a stop on the Underground Railroad -- and other heritage locations on the Greater Reading Civil War Trail. Learn more at the Civil War entry for Trails under "Things To Do" at gogreaterreading. com. Mary Ritner Boarding House: Visit Chambersburg to see where abolitionist John Brown planned the raid on Harpers Ferry in 1859 and learn about the Confederate burning of the town at the Chambersburg Heritage Center. Steam into History: New this year, step aboard this 1800s-style steam locomotive in New Freedom for a taste of railroad history while enjoying a ride featuring re-enactors on and off the train and a stop at Hanover Junction -- where President Lincoln changed trains on his way to give the Gettysburg Address. President James Buchanan's Wheatland: This national historic landmark in Lancaster is the home of the man who preceded Lincoln in the White House and struggled to calm a divided nation on the brink of civil war. To plan a visit, see the DCR entry under "Civil War Trails" at visitpa.com/pa-road-trips. (NewsUSA)

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Keeping Your Pets Safe When Traveling There’s good news for pet owners who want to take their pet along on their next trip. With more pets than ever accompanying their owners on vacation, a growing number of products are available to make traveling easier for pets and people. To help, here are some tips:

Traveling With Small Pets

For those traveling by car, a versatile toploading kennel like the Petmate® 2-Door Kennel assembles easily and provides a safe place for small pets to rest while en route to any destination. When bringing a small dog or cat on a plane, remember that airlines require each pet to be contained in a carrier that meets specific criteria. For instance, the Curvations® Underseat Traveler was engineered specifically to fit into tight spaces like the underside of an airline seat and provide ample side and top ventilation.

Traveling With Large Dogs

Pennsylvania Youth Theatre’s SummerStage, in partnership with Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre, Touchstone Theatre, Dave Fry Music and Magician Joe Keppel, presents

topsyturvy Tickets are ONLY $5 per person!

JUNE 11

Puppet-making workshop with Doug Roysdon

Tinker, Tailor, Puppet-maker

A show all about the craft of puppetmaking and the excitement of staging puppet plays. It is a pep talk for all children to learn how to use their hands and their brains together. It features a ten minute demonstration of marionette making

tuesdays This eleven part children’s series is part of PYT’s SummerStage. We invite camp programs, families, childcare centers, etc. to experience these amazing talents.

JULY 2

JUNE 18

JUNE 25

The Dancing Granny

Mock Turtle Marionette Theater

Puppet-making workshop with Doug Roysdon

Tales of African Origin

Performed by marionetteer Doug Roysdon and Grace Hocella of the Bach Choir, each tale is told in its own unique way, employing song, storytelling and a variety of puppets including shadow, rod and marionettes.

The adventure of the Oregon Trail as seen through the eyes of Arabella Clemens Fulton. Fun filled and adventurous, this one-woman show is ideal for kindergarten through fifth grade.

Dave Fry Music

Jump Rope Pary

Poochie Rides a Bicycle

Jump Rope Workshop with Dave Fry

Poochie endeavors to ride a bicycle for the first time, loses his temper with his best friend, Iddy, and must face the consequences of his actions. Will he be able to ever find forgiveness? Ages 3 through 8

A wonderfully interactive program of kids’ Music and Movement, based on the music and dance from family kitchens to kitchens to the neighborhood playgrounds.

JULY 23

JULY 30

Touchstone Theatre

JULY 9

The Poocherino heads off on a beautiful birth day walk, only to find things go terribly wrong. If not for his animal friends he'd still be stuck in the mud--and without the lovely gift from his best friend Iddy Biddy. Ages 3 through 8

Magic, Motion and Mayhem

DaPooch

Touchstone Theatre

Arabella's Great Adventure

Schedule Subject to Change

Joe Keppel Magic

Magic workshop with Joe Keppel and Bruce Ward

JULY 16

It is a classic show that combines the performance of magic with comedy and lots of audience participation.

Dave Fry Music

Rock Roots

The History of Rock n’ Roll – concert/workshop

AUGUST 6 Dave Fry Music

I Like Peanut Butter Sing-a-long-songwriting

Dave is an adept performer, engaging kids and parents in spontaneous folk adventures, based on folk music classics, contemporary dance music, zany originals and traditional story-telling. Interactive to the max and rhythm instruments are supplied for all.

The History of American Pop Music is an award-winning four-piece band that has been entertaining and educating school and festival audiences with this unique, live celebration of the history of Rock and Roll.

AUGUST 13 Mock Turtle Marionette Theater

ShadowStories

Turn out the Lights! And, slip down underground into the World of Shadows! Mock Turtle Marionette Theater sets aside their wooden puppets to offer a brand new production featuring shadow puppets. Ages 3 through 8

AUGUST 20

Mock Turtle Marionette Theater and Touchstone Theatre

Just Like a Puppet A production reminiscent of an illustrated children’s storybook features two neighbors, Mr. Botts and Mr. Finch in their rollicking efforts to discover the true source of puppet magic. Tales include a parade of great puppet characters

WHERE: Charles A. Brown Ice House on Sand Island, Bethlehem, PA. WHEN: Every Tuesday from 10:30-11:30AM beginning June 11th through August 20th • PRICE: ONLY $5 per person MAKE RESERVATION AT www.123pyt.org or by calling (610) 332-1400 or email at development@123pyt.org

When planning a plane trip with a large dog, remember to check with the airline for individual kennel requirements and other important specifications. The kennel you select should follow these guidelines and comply with the standards of the International Air Transport Association. One such product, the Vari Kennel®, is de­signed to offer comfort and safety, and comes in multiple sizes that fit pets up to 125 pounds. When hitting the road with a large dog, it’s a good idea to use a plastic kennel or barrier to keep the pet contained and out of the front seat, which causes distractions and poses a safety risk to both the pet and pet owner. And, a tubular or wire pet barrier is designed to do just that. It re­quires no tools to adjust and is easy to install and remove.

Other Tips

Make sure all shots, vet re­c­ords and ID tag are up to date. For fun, make sure you have packed fetching toys as well as a collar and a leash to keep dogs nearby and safe. Don’t forget to include a portable waterer or travel bowl for hydration and nourishment on extended trips or outings, especially outdoors. To learn more, visit www.pet mate.com. With nearly 53 million people traveling with their pets each year, it’s important to know how to keep pets as safe as possible for both short and long trips. (NAPS)


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Events

June 1 – Family Fun Day at the Northampton Area Public Library, 9am-12pm. KCB Challenge 10K Run and 5K Walk. 9am. FMI: 610-703-8713 Watershed education day at Kreidersville Covered Bridge 11am-4pm. FMI: 610-262-7680 June 2 – Paw Prints on the Canal, Canal St. Park, Northampton. 11am – 4pm. June 8 – Moravian Historical Society Arts & Crafts Festival June 9 - Lehigh Township Historical Society, Open House, LT Historical Centre, Pennsvillle, 1 to 4 pm. Free admission. FMI 610-767-5989. Queenship of Mary Northampton Annual Parish Festival 12-7:30pm. FMI: 610-262-2227 June 12-15 – Nazareth carnival at the Nazareth Borough Park June 24-25 – Circus, Municipal Park Northampton. 5pm and 7:30pm July 4 – Nazareth Kazoo Parade July 5 – Woodstone Country Club Annual Independence Day Celebration July 19 - Nazareth Block Party July 20 - Nazareth Day at the Circle/Borough Park 9am-3:30pm July 26 - Duck Race at the Bath Farmers Market August 3 – Martin on Main (Downtown Nazareth)

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KEYSTONE PARK-BATH, PA Producer Only Farmers Market

Locally grown & produced vegetables, herbs, fruit, grass-fed meats, sweet and savory baked goods, cut flowers, handmade soaps, and more Music, Food, Kids Activities Check our website for Calendar for Updates www.bathfarmersmarket.org

Weekly Events, Live Music & Entertainment! Celebrating our 5th Season!

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Choose from a huge selections of fresh made salads and entrees Delicious food! Reasonable Prices! Weddings, Reunions, Picnics & Parties

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Phone 610-837-1800 for menus and pricing

Intersection of Monocacy & Community Drive, Bath Open M-F 6am – 8pm Sat 6am – 6pm Sun 7am - 4pm


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Summer Beauty 101 Summer Beauty from an Expert

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Whether your summer plans include an exotic trip or simply enjoying sunny days with friends, it’s the perfect time to add a little fun into your beauty routine. Celebrity makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff shares her expert tips to freshen up your look.

Don the Dewy Look

Sheriff recommends cream products to achieve that dewy, healthy glow. A gorgeous peach cream blush will mimic the skin’s natural summer color – natural enough for a daytime look with the potential to make a statement for the evening.

Tips For Saving On Your Cruise Vacation

Self-tanners and body glows are the perfect way to look sun-kissed without the harmful rays. To get the best results, skin must be hair-free and smooth. Sheriff’s pick is Nair Brazilian Spa Clay Total Care Body Trio, the only 3-step depilatory system that offer professional results but at a fraction of the cost of salons. Plus it works while you shower to save time. To stay smooth even longer, try Nair wax strips for results that last up to 8 weeks. For more, visit www. NairLikeNeverBefore.com.

The nightmarish stranding of the Carnival Triumph may have deterred some potential cruisers, but so far the industry hasn’t seen enough dip in bookings to drop prices. However, savvy travelers who invest a little time and research can still save on their next cruise. To help, here are some tips from the “Like A Local” travel series by Michelin and CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg.

Get a Natural Glow

Bring on the Color

This summer, Sheriff suggests a bright eye liner to bring out the color of your eyes. To get the desired effect, apply two coats along your lower lash line with a shade that complements your eyes. For example, if your eyes are brown, purple eyeliner will make your eyes pop.

Less is More

Add products to your makeup kit that do double-duty in soaring summer temperatures: an SPF foundation primer will protect against sun damage and create a sleek canvas while a tinted moisturizer will create a sheer finish. For a flawless application, Sheriff suggests using a foundation brush.

The Perfect Pout

Red lips are on trend this summer, but finding the perfect red lipstick can be a challenge for many women. Sheriff recommends a sheer red or deep wine gloss for an easy, wearable way to get the look without going too bold. With just a few expert tips in your beauty routine, you can enjoy a renewed summertime look to last all season long. (Family Features)

Look for Hidden Discounts

Several cruise lines have a “resident rate” for those who live in the same state as—or close to—a port city. For example, those living in states such as Florida and Georgia often qualify to save on cruises to the Bahamas.

Curb Your Spending

Cruise lines make their money from onboard spending, not the price of a cabin. Limit alcohol intake, skip the casinos and factor in tipping to the cruise budget. Don’t wait until the last minute to book a shore excursion. Passengers can save a bundle by booking on their own or through a third party, instead of through the cruise line. Just remember that the cruise line then has no obligation to wait for any passengers who run late on an independently booked excursion.

The Best Time to Book

Travelers who are set on a certain itinerary or want to sail on a popular cruise should book six months to a year ahead. January through March is when many people make their travel plans for the year. It’s also when cruise lines offer incentives such as 2-for1 fares, upgrades and shipboard credit on regular sailings and repositioning cruises. However, flexible travelers can get incredible deals by waiting until the last minute, usually four to six weeks before sailing. (NAPSI)


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