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The Artist's Cellar will host a Teen Empowerment workshop from 9AM to 2PM on April 25th. Kathleen Hassan will deliver a message of self-worth, vision and personal power with enthusiasm, passion and of course humor. No pencils and notebooks needed! Kathleen is a nationally recognized author and confidence coach for teens and women. In a fun and engaging way, Kathleen will help young women find their voice and authentic power within. This workshop is about inspiring a new generation of confident teens who love and accept themselves - just the way they are. The day will culminate with the girls recreating a "Be YOU tiful" painting as a way to keep the memory and message of the day alive! More information available here.


The Upper Makefield Business Association (UMBA) seeks sponsors for its 35th Annual Revolutionary Run 5K, 10K, and One Mile Fun Run. The race takes place Friday, July 4th, in Washington Crossing Historic Park. UMBA is a community based non-profit organization that donates the proceeds raised through its events. In this particular case, the proceeds are split 50/50 with the Upper Makefield Township designated towards emergency services.


Bucks County Foodies Unite for a “Taste of Doylestown”! The great restaurants, pubs, and food establishments throughout Doylestown Borough have joined together for the “Taste of Doylestown”. The food focused event will give diners a chance to sample the variety of Central Bucks County in the hands of its best chefs. The event will take place on Thursday April 16th, from 6:30pm - 9pm, and tickets are on sale to the general public for $25 in advance; $30 at the door. Held at the historic Doylestown Fire House, the event will have a fire house theme, including an official Doylestown drink naming contest, with all entries having a fire theme. A portion of ticket sales will go towards the Doylestown Fire Company, as well as the Discover Doylestown Committee, which organizes community and business related events in and around the town. Tickets for the Taste of Doylestown can be purchased at www.DiscoverDoylestown.com.


On Saturday April 25th, 2015 Bucks County Artist in Residence (Bucks AIR) will hold its first ever AIR Uncorked Event at Honey Hollow Barn at The Bucks County Audubon Society in New Hope, PA from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. The event is a wine, beer and food tasting where area wine distributors, local breweries, restaurants and caterers are showcasing their food, drinks, specialties and signature flavors to attendees. Capital Health Systems will sponsor the event. All monies raised at AIR Uncorked will be used directly to bring donated arts programs to underserved schools in the area. For tickets, visit http://www.bucksair.org/air-announces-fundraiser/.


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Save the Date

5/2-3: Spring Festival at Old York Cellars Winery

5/2: 5th Annual Washington Crossing Brewfest

5/3: Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 “Choral” Presented by the Riverside Symphonia with The Bucks County Choral Society.

5/19: Free screening of I’ll Be Me, an award-winning film about legendary singer Glen Campbell and his fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

7/4: 35th Annual Revolutionary Run 5K, 10K, and One Mile Fun Run in Washington Crossing Historic Park. Sponsored by The Upper Makefield Business Association.

9/19: Inaugural Bucks County Dragon Boat Festival in Core Creek Park, Langhorne, PA. All proceeds from the festival will benefit the Bucks County Housing Group’s Community Food Pantry Programs.

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4/2-4/19: National Pastime at Bucks County Playhouse, 70 South Main Street, New Hope, PA
It's 1933 in Baker City, Iowa... WZBQ Radio is going under and Barry, the station's owner, is trying to save it. Karen, Barry's co-owner, wants to sell the station. Will a crazy scheme involving baseball change Karen's mind and cause her to fall in love in the process? National Pastime is a musical valentine to love, baseball and the American Dream. For showtimes and tickets, visit http://www.bcptheater.org/shows-events/national-pastime/

4/2: Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce presents “Get Acquainted With Your Chamber!” To register, email sripka@lbccc.org, fax 215-943-7404, or register online at www.lbccc.org. LBCCC Offices, 409 Hood Boulevard, Fairless Hills, PA 19030 at 12:00 PM

4/3: Artists of Yardley 4th Annual Juried Show Opening Reception, announcement of winners, 6:00-9:00 PM at 949 Mirror Lake Rd, Yardley. Sponsored by Customers Bank. The show runs Apr 3-26th and is open to the public with gallery hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12-5. www.artistsofyardley.org

4/3-4/4: Easter Eggstravaganza at Shady Brook Farm
Springtime fun with the Easter Bunny! Guests can take a wagon ride to the "Hunting Grounds" where children can search for six candy-filled eggs. Wagon rides are continuous throughout the day. Plus, bring your camera for a photo with the Easter Bunny himself. New this year, there are lil bucking broncos, SBF 500 pedal go-carts, BEARS playground and more. Visitors are encouraged to bring a canned good to donate to help local families in need. Click here for more info. 11:00AM - 4:00PM Friday April 3rd and Saturday April 4th.

4/5: Easter at The Yardley Inn; 82 East Afton Avenue, 1 - 7 PM
Join The Yardley Inn for a delicious Easter dinner the whole family will enjoy. Chef Eben has prepared a special menu for the holiday, featuring classic dishes such as Smoked Ham with a Maple Glaze, Seared Lamb Chops and mouth-watering Crab Cakes. And you won't want to miss the Easter-themed desserts such as the Cadbury Cream Egg Cheesecake or the Jelly Bean S'More. Find more information and the full menu here. Make your reservation today! http://www.yardleyinn.com/

4/5: Easter Egg Hunt at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 89 Pinewood Drive, Levittown, PA
St. Paul's annual Easter Egg Hunt, a Lower Bucks tradition, will be held Easter Sunday immediately following our 9:30AM service. ALL are welcome! Easter eggs, candy, prizes and fun will be had by all. St. Paul's is a welcoming community and we strive to be a spiritual home for ALL people! Contact Father Sean Slack, 215-946-8559 or http://www.stpaullevittown.org/ for more information.

4/6: Free Trigger Point Massage at Doylestown Fitness Center, 3 PM - 7 PM
Auto accident? Work injury? Doylestown Chiropractor Dr. Matthew Tischler has volunteered his time just for you. This is an opportunity to receive a free Trigger Point Massage and a Stress and Posture Evaluation. If you are holding stress in your neck, back, or shoulders, and wonder if massage can help you, this is an opportunity to find out. All other services to be agreed upon in writing and signed by both parties.
RSVP required by calling 267-217-7686 or emailing doctortischler@hotmail.com

4/8: Newtown Business Association Sponsors American Legion “Honor Flight Program”
World War II and Korean War veterans are invited to American Legion Morell Smith Post 440 on April 8 to learn about a program that takes veterans to memorials in Washington, D.C.; the Newtown Business Association has donated $150 towards sponsorship of this program. Joseph Szafran, Bucks County Recorder of Deeds, will give a presentation on the Honor Flight Program. The presentation will begin at 9 a.m. and last about an hour.
An explanation of the program as well as a DVD of one of the trips will be shown during Szafran’s presentation. The Morell Smith Post is located at 41 Linden Avenue, Newtown.

4/8: New Hope Film Festival is proud to present three outstanding films at the County Theater in Doylestown, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, April 8 at 7:30 PM. The films all received rave reviews from audiences during the 2014 New Hope Film Festival. The County Theater is located at 20 East State Street and their phone number is 215-345-6789. Touted as this "emerging 'Sundance East'" in a June 2012 Huffington Post article, this internationally respected indie fest was founded by D. F. Whipple, an author, screenwriter and long-time resident of the New Hope, Bucks County area.

4/9-15: Neil Simon’s first Broadway comedy smash “Come Blow Your Horn” marks the opening of Newtown Arts Company’s 2015 season and will run from April 9 through 15 at the historic Newtown Theatre. Tickets are available by credit card by phone at 800-838-3006 or online at www.newtownartscompany.com.

4/9: “A Look Back, A Look Ahead” with speaker Merrill Reese
Bucks Business Connect - Inform, Network, Educate. To register, email sharkins@lbccc.org, fax 215-943-7404, or register online at www.lbccc.org. If making a reservation by e-mail, don't forget to submit your name & company. Free with advance registration. 8:00 - 9:15 a.m. at Livengrin Foundation, Inc., 4833 Hulmeville Road, Bensalem, PA.

4/11-12: Wine Release Weekend at Old York Cellars Winery located at 80 Old York Road Ringoes, NJ
Join us for this special release of our 2012 Southpaw Red and complimentary cheese pairing from Cabot Creamery.

4/11: 4th Annual Vendor/Craft Fair at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church to benefit the Susan G. Komen 3-Day 60-Mile Breast Cancer Walk. The fair runs from 10 AM - 3 PM. For questions, contact Beverly at bogie1954@comcast.net

4/12: Bucks County Half Marathon begins at 8 AM at the Tyler State Park Center for the Arts. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Autism Cares Foundation. For more information, visit http://www.buckscountymarathon.com/

4/12: Living History - Newtown Township Administration Building, 2 PM - 4 PM.
Daniel Goldsmith, a Holocaust survivor, recounts having to say goodbye to his father as he was sent to a Nazi work camp, and how his mother placed him and his sister in the care of a convent when she became a courier for the Belgium Underground to help fight the Nazis. Goldsmith will explain how he became an altar boy, and how the Catholics helped protect his family. Our second presenter, Bernard Lens, served under General Patton, will recount how he helped to liberate Dachau, one of the most deadly concentration camps in Germany, where over 30,000 people lost their lives to unparalleled evil. Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to learn history as shared by two remarkable men. Pre-registration is required with Newtown Township Department of Parks and Recreation. To register, call (215) 968-2800 ext. 239 or online: www.newtownfun.com. Reference #151413

4/12: Zubaida Foundation and Mosque Interfaith Talk with Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy, Iftekhar Hussain, and Pastor Bob Coombe. 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM. Topic: “Your religion’s beliefs and Origins of Scripture.” Held at the Zubaida Foundation and Mosque, 855 Big Oak Road, Lower Makefield Township

4/15: W-2 for 1 tastings 12 - 5 pm at Old York Cellars Winery located at 80 Old York Road Ringoes, NJ
We know the tax season can be stressful for anyone. Take the edge off with a wine tasting! With the purchase of one tasting get the second one free.
4/15: Business Card Exchange - A marketing visibility opportunity!
Wednesday, April 15, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at LIFE St. Mary, 2500 Northgate Drive, Trevose, PA. Free with advance registration. To register, email sharkins@lbccc.org, fax 215-943-7404, or register online at www.lbccc.org. If making a reservation by e-mail, don't forget to submit your name & company. Free with advance registration.

4/15: Your IEP, Page by Page - 170 Pheasant Run, Suite 100, Newtown, PA 18940 at 7:30 PM
Come out and bring your IEP materials for an interactive workshop to help you better understand and prepare for the IEP meeting process (if you do not have any materials, you will be provided a PATTAN model IEP). This event is free and open to the public. Register by visiting www.potentialinc.org/events. Childcare will also be provided at no cost.

4/15: Frog Slog in the Bog at the Silver Lake Nature Center
Meet at the Nature Center (1306 Bath Road Bristol, PA 19007) for an introduction, then car caravan to the site. Dress for the weather and to wade in the bog. Space is limited; register early. Must register and pay in advance. Fee: $7 member; $10 non-member. Please visit www.silverlakenaturecenter.org or call 215-785-1177 or to register.

4/18: Wine and Yoga
Kick off the spring season with this Vinyasa yoga practice designed to detox our bodies from head to toe. After your work our meet our friendly wine staff that the bar and indulge your taste buds with a wine and chocolate tasting. This is the perfect way to say goodbye to winter and get ready to bloom! 11 AM at Old York Cellars Winery located at 80 Old York Road Ringoes, NJ. $30 | Person

4/18: Run, Walk, Roll for Brain Injury at Tyler State Park
Our annual 5K and 1 mile run, walk and roll benefits the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania and Camp Cranium, a camp for children with brain injuries. Learn more at biapa.org.

4/18: Earth Day Work Day at Silver Lake Nature Center
Celebrate the Earth by helping to clean her up! We will pick up litter and debris that has collected in and around Magnolia and Silver Lakes and the channel in between. Wear clothes that can get wet and muddy, with closed-toe shoes. Dow Chemical is sponsoring water bottles and lunch. Please call 215-785-1177 if you will be helping out. Meet at the Silver Lake Nature Center, 1306 Bath Road Bristol, PA, at 9:00 AM. www.silverlakenaturecenter.org

4/18: Earth Day Concert with Chris Westfall, 7:30pm.
Tickets are $12/person before April 17th at 5pm or $15/person at the door; price is the same for all ages. Please call 215-785-1177 or visit www.silverlakenaturecenter.org for information/tickets.

4/19: 3rd Annual Bookin’ for Lookin’ 8 Miler, 5K, and Kids 1 Miler Fun Run
Races begin at Council Rock North High School (62 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA) at 8:30 AM. All three events will begin and finish on the track. For more info and to register, visit http://bookinforlookin.com/race/

4/19: MLB® Pitch, Hit, & Run™
Pitch, Hit & Run™ is the official skills competition of Major League Baseball®. Compete in this FREE competition that recognizes individual excellence in core baseball and softball skills. Participants will be divided by age group, and have the chance to advance through four levels of competition, the final level being the National Finals at the 2015 MLB™ All-Star Game®! The individual Pitching, Hitting and Running Champions, along with the All-Around Champion in each age and gender group at the Local Competition will be awarded and advance to the Sectional Level of Competition. Pre-registration required. Competition will be approximately 9:00 - 11:00 am.
Pre-registration is required with Newtown Township Department of Parks and Recreation. To register, call (215) 968-2800 ext. 239 or online: www.newtownfun.com.

4/19: The Brian Pastor Big Band will play Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA) at 2 p.m. in the Visitor Center auditorium. Tickets are $25 and are available through www.washingtoncrossingpark.org/events/ or at the Visitor Center, located near the intersection of River Road and Rt. 532.

4/19: Zubaida Foundation and Mosque Interfaith Talk with Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy, Iftekhar Hussain, and Pastor Bob Coombe. 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM. Topics: “Messiah,” “Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife,” “Define ‘Prophet’ and ‘Messenger.’” Crossing Community Church, 80 Lower Silver Lake Rd, Newtown, PA.

4/20: Annual Meeting of the Newtown Historic Association will be held on Monday, April 20th at 8:00 PM at the Half Moon Inn (Court Inn), 105 Court St., Newtown.
The Annual Business Meeting will be conducted and will include election of directors and officers for a new term. Also some committee reports will be presented for events over the past year. Following the Annual Business Meeting, the program will be “Show and Tell”. Bring an antique/historical Newtown item from home and tell a little about it or we can guess. All are invited; you don’t have to be a member to attend. There will be refreshments and social hour following the meeting. For further information call 215-968-3914 email dcnhh@comcast.net or visit www.newtownhistoric.org.

4/21: Newtown Friends Open House
Meet with the Director of Admissions and tour the school while students are working in classrooms. Similar to our classrooms, these small sessions provide ample opportunity to ask your specific questions and learn firsthand the value of an NFS education. Information Sessions will be held at 8:30 AM

4/21: Heart Healthy Nutrition and Fitness
Healthy eating and physical activity go hand in hand. Once you learn the basics, you’ll find that eating healthy and staying active isn’t hard at all. You will learn how proper nutrition is important to any fitness program and how small changes in your diet can have a big impact on your heart health. Join a fitness instructor from the St. Mary Wellness Center and two St. Mary Cardiologists at the Yardley McCaffrey’s Food Market (Bistro Area) from 6 PM - 8 PM as they show you the way to heart health. Space is limited, so please RSVP by calling /215-750-7713/ or emailing nutritionist@mccaffreys.com.

4/22: “How to Successfully Exhibit at a Showcase” at LBCCC Offices, 409 Hood Boulevard, Fairless Hills, PA, 8:30 AM
This seminar is for Exhibitors at the 2015 ECONference Business Showcase to help them plan a successful showcase experience. To register, email tyonce@lbccc.org, fax 215-943-7404, or register online at www.lbccc.org. If making a reservation by e-mail, don't forget to submit your name & company.

4/22: Naturalist Skills at the Silver Lake Nature Center
We will go into Delhaas Woods. It is a good time to listen to frogs and toads. No one under 16 years old. Registration is required. Fee: $6/person for Members or $8/person for Non-members. Meet at the Silver Lake Nature Center, 1306 Bath Road Bristol, PA from 6 PM - 8 PM. www.silverlakenaturecenter.org 215-785-1177

4/23: Newtown Business Association April Breakfast
Meet with colleagues and make new contacts at this early morning get-together. Wrightstown Health & Fitness, 650 Durham Road in Wrightstown, will host at 7:30 AM. This month’s speaker will be Dana Dobson, who will present “Public Relations for Small Businesses.” The Continental Breakfast is free to members and first time attendees. Online Registration for this event, at http://www.NewtownBA.org, will close at 12pm the day prior; attendees are asked to register in order to ensure adequate breakfast fare. Come hear all about what is happening in the Newtown Business Association and how it can help your business.

4/23: What the New Dietary Recommendations Mean for You
Join McCaffrey's Executive Chef Eric Blackshire and Registered Dietitian Jill Kwasny for another entertaining and informative program at our Yardley and Princeton Stores. Yardley McCaffrey's Supermarket, Edgewood Village Shopping Center, 635 Heacock Road. Please RSVP to Jill Kwasny at Nutritionist@McCaffreys.com or 215 750-7713.

4/24: Join us for Makefield Women's Association spring fundraiser, Designer Bag BINGO!
Grab a group of your best girlfriends for a fun evening out and a chance to win one of many designer handbag prizes. At the American Legion, 41 Linden Ave, Newtown, PA at 6:30 PM. Ticket includes 10 games of bingo, coffee, tea and dessert. BYOB! Soda, water and snacks available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased online at www.makefieldwomensassociation.org/BINGO.

4/25: Spring Fling Shopping Event
Join us for this great shopping event from 9 AM to 2 PM at James E. Kinney Northampton Township Senior Center, 165 Township Road, Richboro, PA. Just in time for Mother’s Day, teacher gifts or your favorite grad or special Dad! There will be over 50 vendors with a variety of handcrafted jewelry, scarves, totes, home décor, candles, baked goods and much, much more. Food and drinks available for purchase. Free Admission ~ Raffles
Call the center for additional details: 215-357-8199. Event sponsored by Comfort Keepers.

4/25: The Artist's Cellar hosts Dare 2 BeYOUtiful Teen Empowerment Workshop, 9 AM - 2 PM. Kathleen Hassan will deliver a message of self-worth, vision and personal power with enthusiasm, passion and of course humor. The day will culminate with the girls recreating a "Be YOU tiful" painting as a way to keep the memory and message of the day alive! More information available here.

4/25: The Newtown Historic Association will hold its Annual Spring Cocktail Party on Saturday, April 25th from 5 to 8 PM at the historic Half Moon Inn (Court Inn), 105 Court St. (Court St. & Centre Avenue), the headquarters of the NHA.
This will be a party to honor our new Honorary Lifetime Director - C. David Callahan. The Half Moon Inn will be decorated with fresh spring flowers and will offer a selection delicious hor d’ourves for the occasion. The cost is $35.00 per person - come and bring a friend. It is a delightful and pleasant evening. For reservations and further information call Mary Callahan 215-968-3914 or dcnhh@comcast.net.

4/25: Fine Wine and Fare on the Delaware
Visit the stunning home of Lou and Cissi Quattrocchi, enjoy spirits from Bucks County, food from Bristol Restaurants, and meet new friends. At the Silver Lake Nature Center, 1306 Bath Road Bristol, PA from 5 - 7 PM. www.silverlakenaturecenter.org 215-785-1177

4/25: Bucks County Artist in Residence (Bucks AIR) will hold its first ever AIR Uncorked Event at Honey Hollow Barn at The Bucks County Audubon Society in New Hope, PA from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. The event is a wine, beer and food tasting where area wine distributors, local breweries, restaurants and caterers are showcasing their food, drinks, specialties and signature flavors to attendees. Capital Health Systems will sponsor the event. All monies raised at AIR Uncorked will be used directly to bring donated arts programs to underserved schools in the area. For tickets, visit http://www.bucksair.org/air-announces-fundraiser/

4/26: Bucks County Bridal Showcase at Michener Art Museum, 138 S. Pine St. Doylestown, PA
We produce what are regarded as the best bridal shows in PA, NJ, and DE areas. We have helped more than 60,000 brides plan their weddings in the last 15 years. Our bridal shows are unique and offer brides an excellent planning experience. We give expert advice, the highest quality vendors, food tastings and cocktails, wedding cake samplings, giveaways, entertainment, fashion shows, all in a fun relaxed atmosphere!

4/26: Dr. Nancy Loane presents "Wives, Widows and Warriors: Women During the American Revolution" at Washington Crossing Park at 2 PM
The story of the American Revolution is mostly told as HIStory. Less well known is the story of what it was like for women during that era. Although rarely on the battlefield, women supported the effort in other ways. They took up their quill pens, began spinning and weaving with gusto, and boycotted tea. With husbands off to war, they maintained the family farm and cared for the children. Other women followed their husbands to battle, often serving as "Molly Pitchers" or nurses for the troops. Still others spied on the enemy. Dr. Loane is a former seasonal park ranger at Valley Forge National Historical Park and the author of Following the Drum: Women at the Valley Forge Encampment. An outstanding speaker, Dr. Loane has given hundreds of presentations on the letters from the encampment’s soldiers, the women at camp and the encampment itself. Her fascinating, fun, fact-filled talk sheds new light on women in the Revolutionary War era.

4/26: Zubaida Foundation and Mosque Interfaith Talk with Rabbi Anna Boswell-Levy, Iftekhar Hussain, and Pastor Bob Coombe. 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM. Topics: “Life Events and their rituals: Birth, Marriage, Death, Burials,” and “Roles of Husband and Wife.” Pennswood Village, 1382 Newtown Langhorne Rd, Newtown, PA.

4/30: Yardley Borough Carry the Load
Yardley Borough will again be welcoming the "Carry The Load" organization to our community on the afternoon of Thursday, April 30th. Carry The Load provides opportunities for Americans to connect with the sacrifices of our military, law enforcement, firefighters, and rescue personnel. To learn more about the organization, please visit http://www.carrytheload.org/

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