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Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA) is offering free admission to the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families through Labor Day as part of the Blue Star Museums program. The program is a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and more than 2,000 American museums. Individuals with disabilities who need special assistance or accommodations to participate in this event should call 215-493-4076. To stay up-to-date on what is happening in Washington Crossing Historic Park, visit WashingtonCrossingPark.org.


The Artist’s Cellar is excited to announce its Youth Summer Workshops! Each session will run weekly, 3 days a week, 2.5 hours long each. Students can sign up for a single week or numerous weeks. Each week will focus on a different topic. Supplies will vary for each week; a supply list will be given for each week and discussed the first session of each week.To register visit the calendar page on our website: www.artist-cellar.com/calendar/


ActorsNET presents LAUGHTER ON THE 23RD FLOOR July 10-26. Legendary playwright Neil Simon’s tribute to his years writing for iconic comedian Sid Caesar’s 1950s television show delivers gales of laughs on the Heritage Center stage in Morrisville, PA. Set in the show’s writers’ room, it’s a madcap look inside the antics of the writers whose wit lit up TV screens during the Golden Age of Television. Nine performances only — Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. To reserve, call the nonprofit ActorsNET at 215-295-3694 or email actorsnet@aol.com. Online tickets can be purchased via www.brownpapertickets.com.


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Save the Date

8/8-9: Everything is Peachy at Oasis Family Farm
Reservations are not required but strongly encouraged. RSVP for August 8 or August 9.
Oasis Family Farm, 3 Circle Dr Robbinsville, NJ 08691 (609)259-7300
www.oasisfamilyfarm.com

8/19: Upcoming Trip from the Northampton James E. Kinney Senior Center
Bally’s Casino – Atlantic City
$33 per person – Package includes $20 Slot Play, Transportation & Driver Tip.

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

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Events

7/3: unWINEd Concert @ Shady Brook Farm - Jerry Watkins, 6:30 - 9:30. $5 wine tasting, free music, purchase wines by the glass or bottle. Kids love the Farm Market playground!

7/3-4: “C…is for Celebrate!”
Fourth of July Fireworks at Sesame Place. Don’t miss our fireworks show, set to Sesame Street music! Click here for more information

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. http://www.uppermakefieldba.org/

7/4: Wrightstown Farmers Market
Come celebrate the holiday by supporting your local farmers and producers. Blueberries make their debut at Solebury Orchards as well as more pie cherries, regular cherries, and lots of summer produce like cucumbers, summer squash, and even some tomatoes! While you're at it, try some digestion-strengthening fermented foods from Cucina Verde and some delicious flavored honey from Truly Pure and Natural! 2203 2nd Street Pike, 9am-1pm

7/6: Advocare Challenge Meeting
12:00 – 1:30 p.m. at LBCCC Offices. Free with advance registration. E-mail tyonce@lbccc.org or 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.

7/8: NBA Business Card Exchange
The Newtown Business Association will hold its July Business Card Exchange from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, hosted by World of Falafel at 14 S. State Street in Newtown. Come network with colleagues and make new contacts while enjoying refreshments. Attendees are asked to register online on www.NewtownBA.org. Guests are invited to attend one business card exchange and one monthly member breakfast meeting to see what NBA is all about. The mission of the NBA is to promote Newtown as a great place to live, work, shop and do business, thereby enhancing the economic vitality of the community for member businesses through networking, education, community involvement and coop advertising opportunities.

7/9: Bucks Business Connect - Inform, Network, Educate
8:00 – 9:15 a.m. at Pennswood Village.
Speaker: Dr. Michael Gorman, Gorman Optimal Health Solutions, Inc.
Program: "Invest in Your Health Today for Rewards Tomorrow.” Free with advance registration. E-mail sharkins@lbccc.org or 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.

7/6-10: Summer Theatre Camp
Storybook Musical Theatre, a professional non-profit theater for young audiences, is holding a one-week summer theater camp! Campers will meet for 4 hours and can bring a healthy snack for a mid camp day break. Campers will experience musical theater: singing, dancing, acting. They will learn character development through monologue and scene work. Theatre games will be used to teach improvisation and imagination. Campers will learn a scene and a song from a yet to be determined musical play and will participate in a musical theater showcase on the last day of camp. Click here for more information

7/6-10: BCBA Baseball Camp
Bucks County Baseball Academy offers this FUN, week-long summer baseball camp, geared toward 6-13 year olds. The camp provides basic instruction for beginners and detailed instruction for more advanced campers. Mornings feature drills, while afternoons offer live games to reinforce skills learned in the morning and a home run derby. Awards are given daily for hustle, offensive output, leadership, and for great defensive plays. Click here for more information

7/6-10: Summer Horse and Pony Camp (Ages 6-16)
Join us for an Equestrian focused camp. Learn Horsemanship and Horse care skills. Take 2 riding lessons per day!!! Spend some time with our Farrier, Veterinarian, or Equine dentist. The take dip in our pool at the end of the day under the supervision of a Certified Lifeguard. Show off your new skills at Family Day Friday Horse Shows!! Must have a boot with a ½ inch to 1-inch heel, helmets are provided. Space is very limited, enroll early! Click here for more information

7/6-10: Wilderness Games
The Wilderness Games are about to begin and you have been chosen as the tribute to represent your District. In preparation, we’ll teach you to move stealthily through the forest, build natural shelters, camouflage yourself, navigate the outdoors, track one another and pack essential gear among many other skills. If you enjoyedThe Hunger Games series then you will definitely enjoy this camp! Join the resistance for this post-apocalyptic camp. Each day will include hands-on activities, discussion and a team activity. Bring a water bottle and healthy snack; wear comfortable shoes and dress for activity and the weather. Click here for more information

7/7-9: Artist’s Cellar Youth Summer Workshop - Create Your Own Monster 10-12:30am
Starting with still life studies and sketching techniques students will gain a firm foundation in drawing fundamentals that they will be able to apply to their own unique creation. By the end of the week students will be able to create their own fantastical creation, pulling from what they see around them and adding their own personal flair to it. Cost: $60 http://www.artist-cellar.com/

7/7-28: Twinkle Violin Class
This class is designed for children ages 6 to 7. The rental of a violin is recommended. Dr. Suzuki’s “Mother Tongue” Method will be used. “I know a fox with dirty socks” and Twinkle variations will be introduced. Children will be taught to hold the violin, play pizzicato and slight more advanced musicianship beyond “pre twinkle” classes. Pitch recognition, the major scale, intonation, and slightly more advanced rhythm will be introduced as well as reading of the treble clef. Parental attendance is required. Class meets Tuesdays at 9:00AM. Click here for more information

7/10: TheunWINEd Concert @ Shady Brook Farm - Idlewoodsman. $5 wine tasting, free music, purchase wines by the glass or bottle. Kids love the Farm Market playground!

7/11-12: Blueberry Festival at Shady Brook Farm, 11am - 4pm. $5 per person. Enjoy all the Festival field has to offer, plus wagon rides to the Blueberry Field! The festival field includes jumping pillows, inflatables, the Tryke track, Lil' Bouncing Broncos, the Bears Playground and so much more! Blueberries are sold by the pound.

7/11-12: Imagination Movers Live in Concert, in Monster Rock Theater at Sesame Place. Show Times: 1:30PM, 4:30PM, 6:00PM. Emmy winners Rich, Scott, Dave and Smitty of the hit Disney Junior show Imagination Movers will perform their most crowd-pleasing tunes. Click here for more information

7/14-16: Artist’s Cellar Youth Summer Workshop - The Art of the Narrative 10-12:30am
The art of storytelling through imagery can be seen in comics, children’s books, and even the ads we see in magazines. Over the course of the week students will learn about the various ways that illustrations are used to tell a story. Each student will have the opportunity to explore creating a narrative through a short comic, an illustrative poem, a greeting card, or a combination of techniques. Cost: $60 http://www.artist-cellar.com/

7/15: Wednesday Works! Workshops & Seminars
3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at LBCCC Offices. Open House – Meet the Presenters of the upcoming Wednesday Works! Seminars and Workshops. Free with advance registration. E-mail sharkins@lbccc.org or 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.

7/17: TheunWINEd Concert @ Shady Brook Farm. 6:30 - 9:30: Erich Mintel Quartet in the Festival Field- $5 per person. Over 21 will receive wine tasting and everyone receives an activity wrist band for jumping pillows, tryke track, the Bears playground and more.

7/19: Annual Newtown Business Association Antique and Classic Auto Show will be held on Sunday, July 19th from 10am to 3pm on historic State Street in Newtown Borough, and will feature over 150 Classic Autos, Trucks, Corvettes, Street Rods, Sports Cars, Muscle Cars and cars of Special Interest, in all makes and models from 1900 to 1990. Event rain date is 7/26. Details and online car registration can be found at www.NewtownBA.org.

7/19: Greg Graziano of Graziano Marinara visits The Tubby Olive in Newtown from 1-4pm. Taste his delicious marinara sauce and get some great recipe ideas! Visit the Newtown Car Show on the same day. Free tastings. 17 S. State Street. www.thetubbyolive.com

7/20-24: Nature Superheroes
Become of superhero of epic proportions! Design your own superhero character, complete with an origin story, secret identity, and super powers. Explore superhero qualities through themed crafts, puzzles, and outdoor games. Supercharge your powers through obstacle courses and learn from the hero’s from comic books, action movies, and everyday heroes within our community. Each day will include hands-on activities, discussion and a team activity. Bring a water bottle and healthy snack; wear comfortable shoes and dress for activity and the weather.
Click here for more information

7/21 - 23: Artist’s Cellar Youth Summer Workshop - Character Creation 10-12:30am
Characters like Olaf in Frozen and the fantastical creatures in the Hobbit, to classics like Mickey Mouse and Spongebob Squarepants are all a result of character creation. Students will learn how to analyze how iconic characters were created and apply that knowledge to the creation of their very own character. Cost: $60 http://www.artist-cellar.com/

7/22: Business Card Exchange - A marketing visibility opportunity!
Village Catering, 9228 Ashton Road, Philadelphia, PA 19114. Free with advance registration. E-mail sripka@lbccc.org or 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.

7/23: NBA July Membership Breakfast
Newtown Business Association will hold its July NBA Member Breakfast at 7:30 AM. Hosting the meeting will be The Birches at Newtown, 70 Durham Road (across from the Acme Shopping Center) in Newtown. Co-sponsoring the meeting are Penn's Trail Self Storage and Tastefully Simple by Jacki Pitkow, Ind. Consultant. 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 guests. Online Registration for this event, at www.NewtownBA.org, will close at 12pm the day prior; attendees are asked to register in order to ensure adequate breakfast fare. The mission of the NBA is to promote Newtown as a great place to live, work, shop and do business, thereby enhancing the economic vitality of the community for member businesses through networking, education, community involvement and coop advertising opportunities.

7/24: TheunWINEd Concert @ Shady Brook Farm. 6:30 - 9:30: RGM Project. $5 wine tasting, free music, purchase wines by the glass or bottle. Kids love the Farm Market playground!

7/25: Meet Curious George at Storytime Live!
At Storytime Live! at Kiddie Academy Langhorne, children can hear fun stories and meet Curious George. Visit http://kastorytime.com/langhorne for more information.

7/25: Seasonal Saturday with Lisa Shelby of SEASON. Lisa will create some delicious recipes with fresh produce including beans, squash, tomatoes and raspberries with our oils and balsamic vinegars. Taste some great food and get some new recipe ideas for summer produce. Free tastings. The Tubby Olive, 17 S. State Street, Newtown. www.thetubbyolive.com

7/27-31: Spy Training Camp
Are you the world’s next Super Spy? After assuming your new secret identity and being debriefed, your spy training will begin and include becoming an expert in the art of disguise, code-breaking, surveillance, stealth and leaving no trace. As a team, you and the other cadets will solve high-level crimes, navigate challenging obstacle courses and try to discover the double-agent. After training, you’ll be ready to take on the world’s worst bad guys. Each day will include hands-on activities, discussion and a team activity. Bring a water bottle and healthy snack; wear comfortable shoes and dress for activity and the weather.
Click here for more information

7/28-30: Artist’s Cellar Youth Summer Workshop - Mini Painting Series (No supplies needed!) 10-12:30am
Painting is one of the most timeless forms of art and the study of our natural surroundings can be one of the most educational subjects to paint. Working on small canvases students will learn how to approach painting from life through the study of still lives. Over the course of 3 sessions students will paint 3 different paintings, each painting building in complexity and building upon what is learned in the previous painting. Cost: $75 http://www.artist-cellar.com/

7/28: Social Etiquette - Costume Social 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Dress up in your favorite costume, if you wish, and learn how to greet other interesting characters the proper way! Being comfortable in a social situation can ease the fear or awkwardness a child may feel. In this session, role-playing and props will be used and the topics covered will include welcoming behaviors, eye contact, shaking hands, introducing yourself, responding when being introduced, image and clothing, avoiding rude behaviors, introducing others, showing proper respect, common courtesies, helping behaviors, behavior in public places, using escalators, elevators and doors and being a good host and guest. Please visit YourCharmingChild.com or call the instructor, Lisa, at 215-453-1432.

7/29: Luau-themed Table Manners at a nice restaurant 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Good dining skills are important! You never know with whom you’ll be eating in the future! Topics include a three-course meal and will cover the topics of place settings, identifying utensils and glassware, proper use of napkins, selecting the correct utensils, difficult to eat foods, eating various foods including bread, soup and dessert, behavior at the table, styles of dining: American, continental and buffet, entering and exiting, posture and conversation, leaving the table and proper seating. Please visit YourCharmingChild.com or call the instructor, Lisa, at 215-453-1432.

7/30: Communication Skills -“Show & Tell” Charm Session 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Bring in your favorite ‘anything’ and learn how to give a short speech about it with confidence! Knowing how to communicate builds self-esteem and leadership ability. Children will enjoy crafts, songs and games while learning proper greetings and introductions, conversation and ice breakers, listening and not interrupting, nonverbal communication, anti-bullying strategies including reacting to a bully and helping others who are being bullied, interview skills, public speaking and using visual aids, compliments including giving and receiving, respect for self and others, the use of please, thank you, you’re welcome, excuse me, I’m sorry, meeting people with disabilities and differences, thank you notes, telephone etiquette and electronic etiquette: texting, internet and cell. Please visit YourCharmingChild.com or call the instructor, Lisa, at 215-453-1432.

7/31: TheunWINEd Concert @ Shady Brook Farm. 6:30 - 9:30: Larry Roney. $5 wine tasting, free music, purchase wines by the glass or bottle. Kids love the Farm Market playground!

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