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61st Annual Yardley Community Centre Antiques Show - You never know what treasures wait for you! The show is the major fundraiser for the ongoing preservation and upkeep of the historic Yardley Community Centre. The Show is held at the Centre, 64 South Main St., Yardley, PA 19067 on Friday January 16 from 11 AM to 6 PM, and Saturday January 17 from 10 AM to 4 PM. Delicious food will be available during show hours in the Centre’s kitchen. Admission at the door is $5, or $4 with an ad or article. For parking or additional information, please visit the website www.yardleycommunitycentre.com


11 Area Schools Set To Participate in Phillips’ Mill Community Association’s Second Youth Art Exhibition - The Phillips’ Mill Community Association is pleased to announce that it will be hosting it’s second Youth Art Exhibition this January. Eleven high schools from Pennsylvania and New Jersey both public and private have elected to participate. They are: Central Bucks East (Buckingham, PA), Central Bucks West (Doylestown, PA), Holy Ghost Prep (Bensalem, PA), Council Rock High School South (Newtown, PA), George School (Newtown, PA), Pennsbury High School ( Fairless Hills, PA ), New Hope-Solebury High School (New Hope, PA), Solebury School (New Hope, PA), Ewing High School (Ewing, NJ), The Pennington School (Pennington, NJ) and The Hun School (Princeton, NJ ). The Art Department at each school will choose up to 12 student works for the exhibition. The exhibited art will include two and three dimensional works comprising painting, watercolor, collage, pastel, graphite, digital art and sculpture. This year photography will also be included in the exhibition. Cash prizes will be determined by Suzanne Stratton-Pruitt and Louis Pruitt. Suzanne is an art historian who has worked on exhibitions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Louis is a sculptor who has exhibited in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

The Youth Art Exhibition will be open to the public on three successive weekends in January 2015, Sat. 17th and Sun. 18th, Sat. 24th and Sun. 25th, Sat. 31th and Sun. Feb. 1st. The exhibition will be open from 1:00PM to 5:00PM. The awards ceremony for artists and their teachers, family and friends will be on January 17th.

The exhibition will be held at the historic Phillips’ Mill, home of the Phillips’ Mill Community Association, 2619 River Road 2 miles north of the center of New Hope. For additional information call 215-862-0582 or visit www.phillipsmill.org


New Hope-Solebury & Lambertville Community Choir is Recruiting Singers - January 6 - January 31
Following a little time off after a busy first half of their musical season, the New Hope - Solebury & Lambertville Community Choir resumes rehearsals on January 6, 2015, pointed toward performances in the spring and a concert in Carversville on June 7. The choir is looking to expand the membership, and invites singers and would-be singers of all shapes,
sizes, voice parts and varieties to join the group. NHS&LCC is made up of members of the immediate New Hope-Solebury and Lambertville community as well as several singing residents of the surrounding area. There is no audition to join - all are welcome. In only its third season, NHS&LCC performances have included appearances at the New Hope Christmas tree lighting ceremonies, Chanukah on the Delaware, the First Federal Bank, the New Hope-Solebury Free Library, the Logan Inn, several area retirement communities and senior centers, as well as regular concerts. The New Hope - Solebury Community Choir is under the direction of Episcopal minister of music, instructor, and New Hope resident Rick Rosen. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings at Carversville Christian Church. "We truly are a community choir, made up of a wide variety of people and personalities, with a wide variety of musical skill sets," notes Rosen. "So, the idea is to sing an equally wide variety of music, to match the music to our abilities while still challenging ourselves, and to then end up with quality music and a truly fun, enjoyable and rewarding experience for everyone." For additional information about New Hope-Solebury & Lambertville Community Choir, or for information about joining the group, contact NHS&LCC at 650.219.2748, or www.nhslchoir.org


Newtown Township Snow Angels are Needed! - Last winter's record snowfall left many elderly and those with physical disabilities trapped in their homes, isolated and afraid that ambulances and vital emergency services would be delayed in reaching them. The solution was the creation of the Newtown Township Snow Angels, a free program designed to help elderly or infirm Newtown Township residents clear snow from their driveways and sidewalks during winter storms. The Newtown Township Snow Angels relies on neighbors helping neighbors. Newtown Township wants to link volunteers with residents' age 60 or older or with a physical disability. To be considered for this free service they must reside in Newtown Township without a household member able to shovel snow living in the residence and lack snow removal resources. This volunteer opportunity is open to anyone living in Newtown Township and is great for families and high school students. Volunteers are asked to help at least one resident for the entire 2014 - 2015 winter.To register as a volunteer with the Newtown Township Snow Angels program and ensure that township elderly and disabled are cared for this winter, please contact Newtown Township, Parks and Recreation Director, Kathy Pawlenko at 215- 968-2800 ext. 272 or email kathyp@twp.newtown.pa.us


Potential, Inc. and The Springtime School is thrilled to announce the start of the “Springtime Seminars,” a series of educational, informative, and hands-on workshops and seminars that will be held throughout the year. Many of these sessions are designed specifically for parents, caregivers, and support personnel of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities, but others are general topics - ALL sessions are free and open to the public.
Here are the seminars lined up so far: Wednesday, January 21st @ 6:30 p.m. - Your IEP, Page by Page, Wednesday, February 18th @ 7 p.m. - Cluttershrink® Your Closet, Thursday, March 19th @ 6:30 p.m. - What Lies Ahead: Financial and Legal Planning for You and Your Loved One with Special Needs.170 Pheasant Run, Suite 100, Newtown, PA 18940. 215-579-0670. www.potentialinc.org, www.springtimeschool.org.


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2/5 - Doane Academy Open House - Doane Academy, 350 Riverbank, Burlington, NJ 08016. 609-386-3500. 5pm - 7pm. Take a tour of the school, meet wth the faculty, deans and Headmaster, as well as student ambassadors. All grade levels. www.doaneacademy.org

2/14 - New Hope 5K For Love & 10K Team Twosome - Supporting Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer. www.roadracerunner.com

2/14 - Cupid's Chase Princeton - Community Options Inc., will hold it's Annual Cupid's Chase 5K Run. All proceeds will go towards supporting people with disabilities. COI invites walkers, runners, joggers and strollers (baby strollers and wheelchairs) to come out and participate. www.comop.org

2/14 - Third Annual Bowl-A-Thon for Healthlink - 3pm-6pm at Thunderbird Lanes (Warminster, PA).Teams of up to 8 people invited! Family-friendly. $20 adults; $10 children. Includes 3 hours of bowling, shoe rental, prizes, and fun! Proceeds benefit HealthLink. More info or to register: http://tinyurl.com/HLbowl15

2/16 - February meeting of the Newtown Historic Association - 8:00 PM at the Half-Moon Inn, 105 Court St. (Court St. & Centre Ave.), Newtown. The Newtown Historic Association has invited David Dunkelberger - a resident of Langhorne who will speak on “Fabric Art”. Mr. Dunkelberger - a retired scientist has created original designs to make handmade quilted wall hangings that have different themes and tell different stories. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. This will prove to be a very interesting and informative meeting. No reservations needed - For further information call 215-968-3914 or visit the NHA Website www.newtownhistoric.org

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Events

School Open Houses
Major Non-Profit Fundraisers

1/8 - Bucks Business Connect - Inform, Network, Educate - 8:00 - 9:15 a.m. @ Aria Health, Bucks County Campus, 380 North Oxford Valley Road, Langhorne, PA
Sponsor: Advanced Merchant Group, Speaker: Ben Demonte, ACE, GCIH, CISSP, Kroll Advisory Solutions Program: Corporate Cyber Attacks and Frauds Cost: Free with advance registration. Registration: E-mail sharkins@lbccc.org or Fax 215-943-7404 or register online at www.lbccc.org

1/8 - Women in Business Meeting - Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce - 8am - 9am, Central Bucks Chamber, Bailiwick Office Campus, Suite 23, 252 W Swamp Rd, Doylestown (215) 348-3913. Monthly meeting of the Women in Business subcommittee of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce. www.centralbuckschamber.com

1/8 - Indoor Farmers Market at The Event Center by Cornerstone (formerly the New Hope Eagle Fire Hall) - 4pm - 7pm, 46 N Sugan Rd, New Hope. (215)918-5900. Features local purveyors of foodstuffs, fresh produce, and handmade goods. Held Thursdays 11/6/14 to 4/2/15. www.cornerstoneclubs.com

1/9 - Wine Tasting for Singles - Crossing Vineyards Winery, Washington Crossing 7pm. Wine tasting, cheese and conversation. Cost: $10 per person. Call 215-493-6500, ext. 19 or buy on-line: www.crossingvineyards.com

1/9 - Designer Bag Bingo - Harry S Truman High School, 3001 Green Lane, Levittown - 7pm (doors open at 6pm) Do You Want To Build A Playground? We do! Emerson, Barton, and Lincoln Elementary Schools host Purses for the new Playground, including Michael Kors, Vera Bradley, and Coach $25 Tickets include 10 bingo sheets and door prize entry For more info and tickets: www.emersonschool.home.comcast.net or call the school 215-945-0222

1/10 - Fred Miller Presents: He Wrote That? - Yardley Makefield Library, 1080 Edgewood Road, Yardley - 2pm - 3pm, sponsored by Friends of Yardly-Makefield Library. Do you recognize the name Don Raye? Gene De Paul? Tom Adair? Matt Dennis? Remember Johnny Burke? Harry Woods ring any bells? Probably not unless one is a fanatical denizen of Tin Pan Alley's numerous, inviting doorways. HE WROTE THAT?! dramatizes the fact that without the six anonymous [and talented] gentlemen mentioned, many songs including Boogie Woogie Bugle Boys and Pennies from Heaven, would never have been. FREE. www.ymfriends.org

1/10 - Elephants & Heirlooms Indoor Flea Market - 8:00am- 3:00 pm at the South Hunterdon Regional High School 301 Mt-Airy-Harbourton Rd Lambertville, NJ. Reserve your space today ~ $30 (bring your own table) Call cathy at (609) 865-9200 or for more info visit www.fishermansmark.org. All proceeds benefit the programs of Fisherman's Mark Food Bank. Free admission to attendees

1/10 - Brad Hinton and the Whirppoorwills at Triumph Brewing Company, 400 Union Square, New Hope. 215-862-8300 10 pm Performance. Brad Hinton is at home whether he's belting out a bluegrass tune by the campfire or strutting across the stage in honky-tonk twang. Aside from singing the country blues with the Brad Hinton Band, he can be found around the Philly folk scene playing lap steel, guitar, dobro and/or banjo with Wissahickon Chicken Shack, Hezekiah Jones, Joe D'Amico Band, Psalmships and Manatawny Creek Ramblers. $5 cover at the door; day of the show. www.triumphbrewing.com

1/11 - Firehouse Breakfast - Upper Black Eddy Fire Company, 1716 Firehouse Ln, Upper Black Eddy, 610-982-5710, 7:30am - Noon. Enjoy Eggs, Pancakes, French Toast, Cream Dried Beef, Sausage, Bacon, Potatoes, and Toast! Proceeds benefit the fire company! Adults, $7. Children 5-10,$3. Children under 5, free. Re-orders, $2

1/11 - “Life of the Party”(Socializing tips, greetings, respect, common courtesies, etc.) - 1 pm to 3:00 pm, North Wales Area Library, 233 S. Swartley St., North Wales, PA*A visit from Miss Mistake,™ dress-up/role-play, game, songs(as time permits). www.YourCharmingChild.com

1/11 - Celebrate the new season of Downton Abbey with Afternoon Tea hosted by Holly Hedge Estate, 6987 Upper York Rd., New Hope. 2Pm - 4pm. Join the Friends of the Free Library of New Hope and Solebury. Enjoy scones, savory tea sandwiches and sweets provided by Pudge Cakes, Duck Soup, and Friends' chefs. Entertainment will be provided by Alisa Dupuy of the Ladies of History in her role as the Dowager Duchess, and costumes will be on display provided by Dominique Daniela. Period costuming and/or hats are encouraged, but optional. Cryers Antiques and Collectibles at 20 South Main and Ginnie Burke Collections at 9 East Bridge Street in New Hope are offering discounts to Afternoon Tea attendees. Valet parking will be provided. In case of inclement weather, the snow date is January 17, 2 - 4 PM. For more information visit the Friends' at www.friendsflnhs.org or the Library at www.nhslibrary.org. Tickets are $35 per person and seating is limited to 40 on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Lawrence Booth at lpbooth9@yahoo.com or (609) 213-7079. All checks are to be made payable to Friends of NH&S Library at 93 West Ferry Street, New Hope PA 18938. Please write Afternoon Tea on the memo line.

1/12 - Chair Yoga - Yardley Makefield Branch Library, 1080 Edgewood Road, Yardley 11am - Presented by Priscilla Estes, FREE event. For information contact: www.ymfriends.org

1/13 - Business Networking - BNI of the Makefields -The Brick Hotel, 1 Washington Street, Newtown - 215- 917-3937, 7am - 8:30am. BNI is the worlds largest and most successful Business & Professional Referral organization. Membership in BNI is limited to one member in each business category and one business category per member. If you are interested in growing your business while the competition sleeps, contact us to see if your category is available and come join us for breakfast and see what BNI is all about. Click here

1/14 - Allied Financial Consultants Lunch and Learn - Trattoria Tiramisu, 31 S. State St, Newtown. 12noon - 1pm. Tax planning information will be presented by a CPA from Gilbert Wilson and Hunter - don't miss the opportunity to ask questions and learn about what to expect for the 2015 tax season. RSVP by calling (215) 497-8368 or emailing evanosten@afc-gwh.com

1/14 - New Year, New You Cooking Class at Optimal Health Center - 6PM - 8PM, 301 Oxford Valley Road, Suite 1405, Yardley - 215-493-4463. Sample food from the top Health and Nutrition Plans of 2015, review Cooking and Lifestyle Tips, and learn about the New Food Trends of 2015. Enjoy Breakfast Salad, “Spaghetti & Meatballs, Triple Berry Chia Pudding, and Homemade Energy Bars. $30, Register in advance at staff@myohcenter.com. www.myoptimalhealthcenter.com

1/15 - Lower Makefield Women's Club - Morrisville Presbyterian Church, 771 North Pennsylvania Avenue, Morrisville, PA 19067. Program is the LMWC Musical Group, presenter Marylin Hankins. Theme is “Hat Day.” E-mail lmwomansclub@gmail.com or call 215-497-4960 for more information.

1/16 -1/17- 61st Annual Yardley Community Centre Antiques Show, Friday: 11AM - 6PM,Saturday: 10AM - 4PM, (215) 630-0906, 64 South Main St, Yardley PA. www.yardleycommunitycentre.com

1/17 - American Camp Association Bucks County Expo 2015 - 12pm - 3pm, Delaware Valley College - 700 E Butler Ave, Doylestown 18901. 800- 233-5825. PARENTS: MARK YOUR CALENDAR and plan to attend the Bucks County Camp Expo 2015(snow date: Jan. 24th). There is a camp for every child and every family's budget! FREE admission! 12-3 pm Camp Exhibitors: all camps welcome. www.acacamps.org

1/17 - 1/25 - Lambertville - New Hope Winter Festival, 7AM - 11PM Daily, (215) 862-5067. www.winterfestival.net

1/18 - Bouche Bridal Show - Radisson Hotel, Trevose, 12PM - 4:00PM, (610) 917-9300 www.bridalevent.com

1/18 - “Mingle, Mingle”(Conversation starters, listening skills, confidence building, nonverbal communication, etc.) - 1 pm to 3:00 pm. North Wales Area Library, 233 S. Swartley St., North Wales, PA*A visit from Miss Mistake,™ a craft, game, songs (as time permits). www.YourCharmingChild.com

1/19 - Martin Luther King Day - Sahara Sam's Oasis Indoor and Outdoor Water Park - 535 N. Route 73 , West Berlin, NJ, 10AM - 7:00 PM. 856-767-7688
The perfect way to end a 3-day-weekend! Happy Birthday to Martin Luther King Jr.! Celebrate the first long, holiday weekend of 2015 by warming up with us! It's always 84 and Sunny at Sahara Sam's! Bring the whole family and rent a private cabana! Get a waiver, ride the wave - we're home to NJ's only indoor surf simulator. www.saharasams.com

1/20 - January NBA Business Card Exchange - 5pm - 7pm. Hosted by NBA member El Barrio Cantina & Tequila Bar at their location at 1470 Buck Road, in Holland. Come network with colleagues and make new contacts while enjoying refreshments!! Register online on www.NewtownBA.org

1/21 - Business Card Exchange - A marketing visibility opportunity! 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. @ Raymour & Flanigan - Southampton, 427 Street Road,
Southampton, PA 18966, Sponsor: Raymour & Flanigan, Cost: Free with advance registration, Registration: E-mail sripka@lbccc.org or Fax 215-943-7404 or register online at www.lbccc.org/
1/21 - Replacing the Bad with the Good Cooking Class at Optimal Health Center - 6PM - 8PM, 301 Oxford Valley Road, Suite 1405, Yardley (215) 493.4463. Time to clean out the pantry and get rid of the bad! Find out how to use healthier ingredients in your favorite recipes, meals and daily life, and the best choices when dining out. Enjoy Coconut Amino Beef Skewers, Cauliflower Fried Rice, Caesar Salad, and Black Bean Brownies. $30, Register in advance at staff@myohcenter.com. www.myoptimalhealthcenter.com/

1/21 -2/1 - Menopause The Musical at Bucks County Playhouse - Shows every Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. www.bcptheater.org

1/22 - Newtown Business Association’s January Member Breakfast - 7:30 to 9:00 am at Chandler Hall, 99 Barclay Street, Newtown. This month, NBA recognizes the contributions of its members with awards and recognitions of service that took place in 2014. Come join the celebration! There will also be a brief “State of Newtown” report from local Newtown officials. Come hear all about what is happening in the Newtown Business Association and how it can help your business. Meet with colleagues and make new contacts at this early morning networking get-together. The cost is $15.00; guests are welcome to attend one breakfast meeting and see what it’s all about! Register online at www.NewtownBA.org ; online registration closes at 12pm the day prior.

1/22 - Top Food Trends for 2015" - 10am - Yardley McCaffrey's Market, Edgewood Village Shopping Center, 635 Heacock Road, 215-493-9616
Featuring Executive Chef, Eric Blackshire, and Registered Dietitian Jill Kwasny. Please RSVP to Jill Kwasny at Nutritionist@McCaffreys.com or 215-750-7713. www.mccaffreys.com

1/23 - 2/8 - Born Yesterday at ActorsNet - The Heritage Center, 635 North Delmorr Avenue , Morrisville, PA. 215-295-3694. Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
A rich but thuggish junk dealer dabbling in Washington politics hires a writer to educate his girlfriend, and the results are not exactly what he hoped for, in this classic American comedy from the 1940s. www.actorsnetbucks.org

1/24 - Kimmel Center Presents: Jerry Blavat Early Days of Rock and Roll - Kimmel Center, Verizon Hall, 300 S Broad Street , Philadelphia, PA 215-893-1999. 8pm. These are the stars that created the sound of Motown! FEATUREING: Mel Carter, Jimmy Clanton, Gene Chandler, Lloyd Price, Maxine Brown, Chuck Jackson, Plus a 30-piece orchestra, and more! www.kimmelcenter.org

1/24 - Blue Suede Shoes Starring Mike Albert & Scot Bruce - The Annual Elvis Birthday Bash! Keswick Theatre, 291 N. Keswick Ave., Glenside PA. 215-572-7650. 2pm . Join Scot Bruce as the young Elvis and Mike Albert as Las Vegas Elvis as they offer a rockin' birthday party celebration of America's first rock 'n' roll icon. www.keswicktheatre.com

1/25 - Wine and Cupcakes - Crossing Vineyards and Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Road , Washington Crossing, PA., 215-493-6500, 3pm. Enjoy a tasting of several Crossing's award-winning wines, paired with a selection of sensational mini cupcakes. www.crossingvineyards.com

1/27 - Jack Hanna's Into the Wild - Keswick Theatre, 291 N. Keswick Ave., Glenside PA, Shows at 3pm and 7pm, 215-572-7650. America's most beloved animal expert, Jack Hanna, brings his two-time Emmy Award winning television series to the live stage with Jack Hanna's Into the Wild Live! In this awe-inspiring event, Jungle Jack will introduce you to some of the world's most spectacular animals. Jack will also share humorous stories and amazing exclusive footage from his worldwide adventure. www.keswicktheatre.com

1/27 - Top Food Trends for 2015" - 7pm - Newtown McCaffrey's Market, The Villages of Newtown, 2890 South Eagle Road, 215-579-1310
Featuring Executive Chef, Eric Blackshire, and Registered Dietitian Jill Kwasny. Please RSVP to Jill Kwasny at Nutritionist@McCaffreys.com or 215-750-7713. www.mccaffreys.com

1/28 - 2/1- Disney On Ice presents Princesses and Heroes - Sun National Bank Center, Trenton. Enter a world where heroes and hearts prevail. Join Ariel as she explores life above the waves and Prince Eric as he breaks Ursula's spell to reclaim his true love. See Prince Phillip, in a race against time to rescue Aurora, defeat evil Maleficent. Discover a whole new world with Jasmine and Aladdin. Enter a fantastical winter wonderland with Elsa, Anna and Olaf from Disney's blockbuster hit Frozen. And, watch in awe as the dreams of Cinderella, Belle, Snow White, Rapunzel and Tiana all come true. High-flying jumps, breathtaking skating, and lovable Disney friends are just a wish away in Disney On Ice presents Princesses & Heroes! Presented by YoKids. For show times and tickets go to www.disneyonice.com

1/29 - Virtual Vines -Live Chat & Video Release at Old York Cellars Winery - 7pm - 80 Old York Road Ringoes, NJ, 908.284.9463. Featuring: 2012 White Port, 2012 Ruby Port
Join us in our Virtual Tasting Room for an evening with Winemaker Scott Gares & Sommelier Laurin Dorman. We will be talking New Jersey wine, and tasting our 2012 White Port and 2012 Ruby Port (new release). Follow along and ask questions on Twitter, check out the winemaker tasting video, and order a wine package to taste along. Twitter: Live Chat with Winemaker Scott Gares & Laurin Dorman, 7-9pm, Tweet @oldyorkcellars #virtualvines. Video Release: The video will be released when the event starts

1/30 - 2/1 - Always a Bridesmaid - The Off-Broadstreet Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue , Hopewell, NJ, 609-466-2766. In this hilarious comedic romp, four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other's weddings...no matter what. More than thirty years later, these Southern belles are still making "the long walk" for each other, determined to honor that vow. See website for showtimes and tickets www.off-broadstreet.com

1/31 - Comedy Night at Old York Cellars Winery - 7pm - 80 Old York Road Ringoes, NJ, 908.284.9463. Join us for our first comedy night ever! Sit back and enjoy the show in our fire-lit Vista Room. Wine will be available by the glass and bottle; you are welcome to bring your own food. Event hosted by Helene Angley, with performances by Johnny Watson & Marc Kaye and Headliner John Zeigler. www.oldyorkcellars.com

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