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Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, native Sabrina Carpenter, who plays the rebellious Maya Hart on “Girl Meets World,” will perform July 25 at Solberg Airport in Readington. From a young age, Sabrina Carpenter already had a clear command on what she intended to do with her life: she wanted to sing.

The Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, native, who plays the rebellious Maya Hart on Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World,” will perform in concert at the QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning in Association with PNC Bank on July 25 at Solberg Airport in Readington.

Carpenter follows in the footsteps of Disney teen sensations such as the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato and R5 featuring Ross Lynch who have played at the largest summertime hot air balloon and music festival in North America. Tickets are on sale now at www.balloonfestival.com. Sabrina Carpenter will have a Meet&Greet with Child Premium ticketholders.

We have a video of me in my kitchen. I was so young and was singing ‘God Bless America”, recalled the effervescent Carpenter. She was too little to even pronounce all the words correctly, but she knew the performance felt right. “I know a lot of people don’t know what they want to do when they’re that young, but I had a pretty good idea and my heart was pretty much set on it.

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Ever wonder how Sabrina Carpenter spends her Saturdays? Wonder no longer, because the Girl Meets World star has invited us to join in on her adventures!

Along with her best friends Liz and Sarah, Sabrina takes us to decorate cupcakes at her favorite bakery. We wonder what frosting flavor was her favorite? She did try a lot after all.

After a fun time at the cupcake shop, the ladies take us vintage shopping and score some great finds. While everything is not always the prettiest, if you dig a little, you can really find some amazing clothes!

We cannot wait to go on another Saturday adventure with Sabrina, we hope she invites us all along soon. But until then, enjoy your day with Sabrina by pressing play on the video below.

If you got to spend a day with Sabrina, what would you like to do? Share your plans with us on our Facebook page now.


Lower Milford Township native and Disney star Sabrina Carpenter will appear at the Community Canvas 2015 Grand Finale 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 17 at PBS Studios in Bethlehem.

Community Canvas is an art competition for area elementary school students sponsored by Children’s Hospital at Lehigh Valley Hospital, with Lehigh Valley Art Spark and Communities in Schools. Ten children will compete. Two winners were chosen at five preliminary-round events, that have been held each month since January. For the grand finale, each child artist will receive one surprise canvas and a mystery lunchbox of art materials, and will have 45 minutes to create their artwork based on a healthy theme.

Sabrina Carpenter, who will visit pediatric patients at Lehigh Valley Hospital before the event, will sign autographs and take photos with the young artists, and also will greet fans. Artwork from all Community Canvas events will be displayed at the Children’s Hospital Art Gallery inside the Kasych Family Pavilion at Lehigh Valley Hospital – Cedar Crest, as well as other LVHN facilities.

Also during the event there will be an “Iron Chef” style competition between local chefs using a secret healthy ingredient. The audience will vote on their favorite dish with the winning chef receiving a golden spoon. Participating chefs are Shawn Doyle, chef/owner Savory Grille; Randy Zerfass, executive chef, Lehigh Country Club; Tom Rutherford, chef/owner Thomas at the Bookstore; Peter Felton, executive chef, US Foods and Ben Forsee, chef/owner Green Mouth Juice Bar & Cafe.

Doors will open to the public at 12:30 p.m. Registration is required for the free event. Go to LVHN.ORG to register.


When Ben Savage starred on ABC’s Boy Meets World for seven seasons in the ‘90s, we saw his character Cory Matthews go from awkward sixth grader to a college student married to his high-school sweetheart Topanga (played by Danielle Fishel.)

Fast-forward to present day and Disney Channel is airing a reboot, Girl Meets World, about Cory and Topanga’s daughter Riley, played by Rowan Blanchard, with Savage and Fishel reprising their roles. The show, which recently began its second season, airs 8:30 p.m. Fridays.

So, if Girl has a long run like its predecessor, will this Disney version address adult themes like Boy Mets World did? “At the end of the day we want to be the show that tells real life,” the 13-year-old Blanchard said.

“If that time ever were to happen I think we would be the show that would do it. I don’t want to make any promises but [creator, showrunner] Michael [Jacobs] is very, very passionate about writing real life,” she said.

“We want to cover episode topics that kids deal with,” Savage said. “I will say that we’re covering topics about relationships and religion and family life and love and marriage and divorce and parenting so we’re really covering a wide array of issues that kids deal with.”

The second season rolls out more characters from Boy Meets World like Cory’s best friend Shawn (played by Rider Strong) and their beloved teacher Mr. Feeny, played by William Daniels, along with Will Friedle who played Cory’s older brother Eric.

Savage said season one was meant to establish the show but they’re now more comfortable mixing in past characters with new ones.

“I think it’s a wonderful thing that we’re able to kind of reintroduce these characters to a new audience while slowly letting our long-time viewers know what they’ve been up to. I think our audience appreciates that.”