Emmaus South Fourth Street Block Party!

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For the first time in years, the businesses along South Fourth St are finally filled and full of life and vibrancy. As a business organization, Emmaus Main Street Partners wanted to celebrate this milestone and put together a community celebration to bring foot traffic and awareness to our newest neighbors. This party will be from 6-8pm on Friday September 24, 2021.

South 4th Street will be closed from 5-9pm between Main Street up to the Main Street artery to access parking. Vehicles from Main and Chestnut will not be able to turn onto South 4th Street. Vehicles can still travel across the bridge and down through the Triangle for parking. Railroad and Ridge Street will be fully accessible as well.

Emmaus Main Street Manager Ashley Lorah shares “We’re thrilled to see the storefronts full across town and want to take and make the opportunity to celebrate these local leaders. Despite the past year, we’ve seen more businesses coming into Emmaus and are excited about the vibrancy and individuality they each bring.”

Live music will be performed by Seth Witcher. Drinks will be served by Triple Sun Spirits. Other vendors will be set up as well!

Local businesses will have light refreshments and some type of giveaway. Participating businesses include:

Handmade Mystic

Apport Used Books

The Deca Salon

Emmaus Drug Store

Korpics Upholstery and Lazy Hound Consignment

Edward Jones – Jeff McElhaney

When: Friday September 24 from 6-8pm

Where: South 4th Street, Emmaus, PA 18049

Pricing Information: FREE to attend but we encourage attendees to shop at these new, local shops


About the Chamber: The mission of The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economy and quality of life in the Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area.  We accomplish this through business-to-business networking events and marketing products, affinity programs and exclusive, money saving member benefits, training programs, government affairs initiatives and public policy advocacy, and community development enterprises.  With nearly 5,000 members who employ more than 200,000, the Chamber is the largest in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and in the top ten nationwide.

Information provided to TVL by:
Ashley Lorah
Emmaus Main Street Manager
Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce