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May 2019

Lehigh Valley Knife Show (STILL ON!)

May 4 - May 5
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One event on September 28, 2019 at 12:00 am

Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township, 4100 Green Pond Rd
Easton, PA 18045 United States
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Despite any rumors you may have heard, the Lehigh Valley Knife Show is STILL ON this year. Promoter Bill Goodman is indeed suffering from some health issues at present and had decided to cancel the show. As rumors of the show's imminent cancellation began to spread, Knife Magazine Staff Correspondent Bryan Wyszkowski teamed up with Fred and Sharon Eisen to save this year’s show. Visit https://paknifeshow.com/ for more information.  

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September 2019

Lehigh Valley Knife Show (STILL ON!)

September 28 - September 29
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One event on September 28, 2019 at 12:00 am

Charles Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township, 4100 Green Pond Rd
Easton, PA 18045 United States
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Despite any rumors you may have heard, the Lehigh Valley Knife Show is STILL ON this year. Promoter Bill Goodman is indeed suffering from some health issues at present and had decided to cancel the show. As rumors of the show's imminent cancellation began to spread, Knife Magazine Staff Correspondent Bryan Wyszkowski teamed up with Fred and Sharon Eisen to save this year’s show. Visit https://paknifeshow.com/ for more information.  

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