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Hunter Farms in Princeton

Hunter Farms in Princeton
Summer Riding Program

Monday - Friday 9:00 am – 2:30 pm
June through August
$600 per week.

Riding Instruction every day.
Beginner to advanced.
Lessons, jumping, shows, stable management, crafts, and games!

Call 609.924.2932 to reserve your space.
www.hunterfarms.us


Fine Jewelry Consignment Day - Skinner

Fine Jewelry Consignment Day

TUESDAY, JULY 18 | 10AM – 3PM

Skinner Auctions is inviting consignments for the fall 2017 Auctions. Meet with Fine Jewelry expert Victoria Bratberg and Senior Appriaser Kerry Shrives at the Historical Society of Princeton for a complimentary auction evaluation and consignment of your Fine Jewelry, Silver, Antiques & Fine Art. Appointments required. Please register and a member of our team will contact you directly for an appointment time. High quality photos are recommended for large or particularly fragile items.

REGISTER ONLINE

Historical Society of Princeton
354 Quaker Road
Princeton, NJ

Contact us:
Fine Jewelry Department
vbratberg@skinnerinc.com
617.874.4305


Newtown Yardley's Summer Camps Guide

Newtown Yardley's Summer Camps Guide

A comprehensive guide to all local area camps in Newtown and Yardley including academic camps, day camps, computer and technology camps, sports camps, performing and visual arts camps, special needs camps, and sleep-away camps! Also listed are educational programs, summer activities, and articles addressing first time campers and choosing the right camp for your child.


Newtown Yardley's House and Garden Guide

Newtown Yardley's House and Garden Guide

Our House and Garden guide is loaded with information on gardens and home topics that will enlighten novices and experts alike. Our comprehensive directory of local services and companies will help you with everything from Newtown and Yardley landscapers, sprinkler systems, pools, waterscapes, tree services, to firebowls.

Announcements

Yardley Based Non Profit Food Pantry Needs Donations
Pantries typically run low in the summer while food insecure families continue to need assistance. Since school is out, their children do not receive free/reduced breakfast and lunch. The Second Helping food pantry is running low items such as PB&J, soup, Ravioli’s/Spaghettio’s, beans, Mac & cheese, tuna, canned chicken, canned fruit, and jarred sauce. We can only accept items that are unopened and dated 2016+. Also, we can accept produce! Wood Lane Professional Center, 1262 Wood Lane, Ste 104, Langhorne. Our hours are 9 AM-3 PM Monday-Friday, 3rd Tuesday 6:30 PM-8:30 PM and 3rd Saturday 10 AM-noon. www.secondhelpingpa.org

The 2017 Eighth Annual New Hope Film Festival, Get Your Tickets Now!
The 2017 Eighth Annual New Hope Film Festival, touted as “this emerging ‘Sundance East’” in a June 2012 article in The Huffington Post, will take place from July 21st through July 30th. The Festival will present 104 films from 16 countries and 32 scripts. Many of the films are U.S. and world premieres. Films will be screened at the New Hope Arts Center. Filmmakers from around the country and abroad will attend and there will be opportunities to meet filmmakers at the question and answer sessions following the films. https://www.newhopefilmfestival.com

Wednesday Night Farm Stand at Snipes Farm and Education Center
Stop by our Wednesday Night Farmstand tonight from 4PM to 6PM. Pick up some farm-fresh veggies and say hello to some of the participants in our Seed to Fork program. All produce is grown at Snipes Farm and is subject to availability. For example, the farm fresh produce being offered on July 5th is yellow squash, scallions, lettuce, Napa cabbage, beans and Kohlrabi.4 to 6pm at Snipes Farm, 890 W. Bridge St, Morrisville PA. more info

Bristol Borough Floating Day Docks Now Open to Boaters
Bristol Borough’s new 3 million dollar dock project was opened to the public at at a ribbon cutting and ceremony on June 29, 2017. These are floating docks, built to stay in the water year-round can accommodate both fishermen and boaters on the designated access pier and docks. Situated at the bottom of the downtown Mill Street shopping district, boaters can now get out and an enjoy Bristol’s various shops and restaurants or even visit a museum. more info

July Deal at Pilates Bodies of Yardley
Get 10 classes for $130 for July. Come work on that summer body at Pilates Bodies! Featuring Pilates: reformer, mat, tower & chair classes, Spin classes on realryder bikes & barre classes. Pilates Bodies Fitness Studio, Inc. 10 Penn Valley Drive, Yardley. www.pilatesbodiesfitness.com

The Threepenny Opera, 10 Shows from July 14 - 30, 2017
The notorious outlaw Macheath ("Mack the Knife") is back in town, marrying the daughter of the beggar king. This tale of love, death, corruption and betrayal plays out to the tune of an unforgettable score. Produced by special arrangement with R&H Theatricals. ActorsNet of Bucks County performs at The Heritage Center Theatre, 635 North Delmorr Avenue (Route 32) in Morrisville, PA. more info

Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Adult Reader Scavenger Hunt
The Grundy Library is hosting many reading events this summer including the 2017 Adult Summer Reading Club, a photographic scavenger hunt of places and items found throughout Bristol Borough. Photos can be shared on Facebook, or sent to bg@grundylibrary.org, to be entered for a prize. A copy of the scavenger hunt list, as well as the complete guidelines, can be found at the library, 680 Radcliffe Street in Bristol Borough or at www.grundylibrary.org

Summer Sales at Milk Money Kid’s Consignment in Newtown
July 5th-13th: 50% off ALL SPRING AND SUMMER clothes and shoes.
July 14th: 75% off ALL SPRING AND SUMMER clothes and shoes.July 16th-August 13th: Closed for re-stocking. Fall Opening is Monday, August 14th. 123 N Sycamore St A-2, Newtown, PA. more info

Save the Date!

August 3, 2017 - Newtown Arts Company To Present "Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST" August 3rd Through August 9th.

August 6, 2017 - 8th Annual 4UDrew Car Show & Festival in Doylestown

August 21, 2017 - Eclipse Across America: Eclipse Viewing Party at The Grundy Library

August 24, 2017 - The Amish Outlaws (Back By Popular Demand!) at Langhorne’s Summer Concert Series

September 2, 2017 - 3rd Annual Bucks Foodshed 5K & 1-mile Fun Run

October 7, 2017 - 41st Annual Newtown Market Day

Events

7/7 - Delaware River Towns First Friday Night Fireworks. The fireworks will take place right after the Chamber’s popular “First Fridays” program which is held from 5pm to 9pm on the first Friday of each month. Over a dozen galleries from both Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA will be participating. You can also expect live music and special offers at area bars and restaurants. Fireworks are slated for 9:15 pm over the Delaware River in New Hope, PA. www.delawarerivertowns.com

7/7 - Friday Night UnWINED Concert with Fireworks! The party’s at Shady Brook Farm every Friday night all summer long. Come for live music by local bands, wine tasting by Rose Bank Winery, PA brewed craft beer, great food, and fun for the kiddos. This event takes place on our Festival Field, so parents can relax and enjoy the music and play lawn games while the kids are busy playing, $5/person cover charge (children under 24 months are free). Wine, beer & food available for purchase. Gates open at 5:30 pm, music starts at 6:30pm until 9:30pm. Tonight only, fireworks will follow. Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Rd, Yardley PA 19067. www.shadybrookfarm.com

7/7 - Bristol Borough First Friday. Every first Friday May to September the quaint and historic riverfront town of Bristol Borough hosts First Fridays on the Delaware. The theme tonight is “Christmas in July”. Food Trucks, Shopping, Vendors with free face painting, caricatures and kid's activities, live entertainment and more. Stores and restaurants are open and many have First Friday specials! 5-8 pm. Historic Bristol Shopping District along Mill Street from the Mill Street Crossing to the Bristol Wharf, Bristol PA www.bristolboro.org

7/8 - Comedian Bobby Collins at The Newtown Theater. Bobby Collins will be at the Newtown Theatre for two shows on Saturday, July 8. Catch him at 6:30 PM or 9:30 PM (doors open at 5:30 and 8:30 PM). Special guest Teddy Daniels will open for Bobby. Recommended for mature audiences only. more info

7/8 - Music On Main, Yardley. Enjoy this free outdoor concert with New Vintage Dixieland Band from 5-8 pm at Buttonwood Plaza, 15 S. Main Street in downtown Yardley. more info

7/8 and 7/29 - Free Earthship Tours. Silver Lake Nature Center is opening the doors of the Earthship on Saturday July 8th & 29th from 10am – 2pm for all to visit for free! It is a zero carbon footprint building using rainwater for water, solar energy for electricity, and thermal mass for heating and cooling. Families & individuals welcome. 1306 Bath Rd, Bristol, PA 19007. more info

7/9 - Newtown Business Association Newtown Antique & Classic Auto Show. A State Street event in Newtown featuring autos from 1900 to 1992. Over 160 cars on exhibit, including Classics, Trucks, Modified/Custom, and Special Interest. This year's Marque car is the Shelby including Cobra replicas. 10 am to 3pm along State Street. Free event! The rain date is July 16th. more info

7/11 - An Evening with Beatriz Williams, Presented by Newtown Bookshop. The Newtown Bookshop is thrilled to welcome Beatriz Williams back to the Free Library of Northampton Township at 7:00pm. Beatriz will be featuring her new novel "Cocoa Beach". The New York Times bestselling author of A Certain Age transports readers to sunny Florida in this lush and enthralling historical novel—an intricate blend of suspense, betrayal, love, and redemption set among the rum runners and scoundrels of Prohibition-era Cocoa Beach. more info

7/12 - Newtown Movies in The Park. Newtown Movies in the Park begin at 8 p.m. at Linton Memorial Park, which is across the street from the CVS in Newtown Borough. The family friendly movies are free, and so is the popcorn, courtesy of Newtown Borough Recreation Board. Tonight’s movie is Moana. Movie Schedule here: more info

7/13 - Yardley Library on the Road: Edgewood Farmers Market. Join us at Edgewood Farmer's Market (Veteran's Park, Yardley) at 4:30 pm for stories, fun, and to learn more about the many resources offered by the Bucks County Free Library. https://buckslib.org/

7/13 - Second Annual PechaKucha Night. The Newtown Theatre will take face-to-face conversation to a new level during our second PechaKucha Night at 7:30 pm. PechaKucha (which means “chit-chat” in Japanese) is an informal, fast-paced, multiple-speaker event that has been held in more than 900 cities worldwide. During a PechaKucha Night, presenters abide by a few simple rules: choose a topic they’re passionate about, be prepared to speak in front of an audience, and limit the talk to 20 slides. The catch? Presenters only get 20 seconds to talk about each slide. That’s bad news for ramblers because the slides keep advancing—with or without the presenter! Admission is free; donations to the non-profit theatre are welcome. The Newtown Theatre, 120 North State Street Newtown, PA. www.thenewtowntheatre.com

7/13 - Langhorne Summer Concert Series. The Langhorne Borough Business Association’s free, family friendly summer concert series! Enjoy the music of Rockabilly X at Langhorne Community Park- Corner of Maple & Bellevue, 7pm - 9pm. http://www.lbba.info/concerts.html

7/13 - “Summer Food. Summer Fun.” We eat differently in the summer. Foods seem lighter, brighter and fresher. All the fresh summer produce inspires creativity. People seem to turn on their oven less and pull out their salad spinner more frequently. Join Jill Kwasny, MS, RDN when she presents “Summer Food. Summer Fun.” Jill will provide meal planning tips for quick, easy and delicious summer dishes. Please RSVP to nutritionist@mccaffreys.com or call 215 750-7713 to reserve your spot at the Yardley Market at 10:00 am. The event will be held in the bistro area and typically runs one hour. As always, we will have something healthfully delicious for our guests to sample to reinforce that good health and great taste go hand in hand. McCaffreys Market, 635 Heacock Road, Yardley, PA.

7/14 - Yardley Library on the Road: O Wow Cow Creamery. Join us at 3pm at O Wow Cow (at Carousel Village at Indian Walk) for stories, fun, and to learn more about the many resources offered by the Bucks County Free Library. O Wow Cow, 591 Durham Rd, Newtown, PA https://buckslib.org/

7/15 - Music On Main, Yardley. Enjoy this free outdoor concert with Richie Navigator Band from 5-8 pm at Buttonwood Plaza, 15 S. Main Street in downtown Yardley. more info

7/15 - Beginner’s Birding. Designed for the beginner. Everything from binoculars to birdfeeders to identification will be covered. Then we move on to bird identification in the wilds of the preserve. 1 pm – 3 pm. Fee per adventurer: $8 member; $10 non-member. Silver Lake Nature Center, 1306 Bath Rd, Bristol, PA 19007. www.silverlakenaturecenter.org/

7/16 - Kayak The Canal at Washington Crossing Park. Join us for a leisurely paddle along the Delaware Canal. All equipment is provided, and no kayaking experience is required. Ages 10 and up only please. There is a $5 per person fee for this program. Space is limited, so please register in advance. Details including meeting location will be emailed upon registration. There will be two paddling sessions, one at 10am and one at 1pm. For more information, contact Katie at 215-493-4076. more info

7/19 - Newtown Movies in The Park. Newtown Movies in the Park begin at 8 p.m. at Linton Memorial Park, which is across the street from the CVS in Newtown Borough. The family friendly movies are free, and so is the popcorn, courtesy of Newtown Borough Recreation Board. Tonight’s movie is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. more info

7/20 - Hollywood Summer Nights at The County Theater, The Matrix. Memorable acting in great films. See Hollywood classics the way they were intended to be seen: on the big screen in a packed auditorium! Reduced admission for young patrons. Most of these Hollywood Classics are good for any age audience - and each film of the entire Classics series is only $3 for patrons 18 years old or younger. And, dress “in the theme” of the movie - you get a free popcorn. Tonight’s film The Matrix at 7:30 pm. 20 East State Street, Doylestown, PA. http://www.countytheater.org

7/22 - Free Family Fishing Program, Washington Crossing Park. Family Fishing Programs are sponsored by the PA Fish and Boat Commission and are designed for families who are new to fishing. This program will begin with hands-on instruction, then you and your family can spend time fishing on your own with staff available to assist. No fishing license is required! Please bring your own bait; all other equipment will be provided. 6pm - 9pm. Please register in advance- space is limited. more info

7/22 - Music On Main, Yardley. Enjoy this free outdoor concert with The River Drivers from 5-8 pm at Buttonwood Plaza, 15 S. Main Street in downtown Yardley. more info

7/26 - Dining in the Dark. Enjoy a delicious pasta dinner while learning techniques to overcome challenges of dining in the dark as we simulate blindness and visual impairments. This 6:30 pm event is perfect for the family members and friends who want to learn more about how to help their loved ones while encouraging independence. There are only 28 spots available so buy your tickets now! You can call 215-968-9400 or go to www.bucksblind.org to purchase your tickets ($15) Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 400 Freedom Drive, Newtown, PA. http://www.bucksblind.org/

7/26 - Newtown Movies in The Park. Newtown Movies in the Park begin at 8 p.m. at Linton Memorial Park, which is across the street from the CVS in Newtown Borough. The family friendly movies are free, and so is the popcorn, courtesy of Newtown Borough Recreation Board. Tonight’s movie is Moana. Movie Schedule here: more info

7/26 - Hollywood Summer Nights at The County Theater, Monty Python and The Holy Grail. See Hollywood classics the way they were intended to be seen: on the big screen in a packed auditorium! Reduced admission for young patrons. Most of these Hollywood Classics are good for any age audience - and each film of the entire Classics series is only $3 for patrons 18 years old or younger. And, dress “in the theme” of the movie - you get a free popcorn. Tonight’s film is Monty Python and The Holy Grail at 7:30 pm. 20 East State Street, Doylestown, PA http://www.countytheater.org

7/27 - Langhorne Borough Summer Concert. The Langhorne Borough Business Association’s free, family friendly summer concert series! Enjoy Country music by Liz Devine at Langhorne Community Park- Corner of Maple & Bellevue, 7pm - 9pm. http://www.lbba.info/concerts.html

7/29 - “Wine on the Waterfront” Tasting Event to Benefit Washington Crossing. The first-ever “Wine on the Waterfront” tasting event will be held on Saturday, July 29 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Washington Crossing Historic Park. Set among the Colonial Village near the corner of River Road and Rt. 532, this event will feature live jazz music and tastings of more than 40 varieties of wine from seven Bucks County wineries. Food and wine (bottles and cases) will also be available for purchase. Tickets are $25 per person. more info

7/31 - Student Fife and Drum Corps To Perform at Washington Crossing Park. A student Fife and Drum Corps hailing from Plymouth, Mich., will perform at the park at 4pm. This free, public presentation will take place in the Colonial Village area of the park, near the intersection of Routes 32 (River Road) and 532. The Plymouth Fife and Drum Corps is made up of 40 to 50 students ranging from 12 to 18 years old. The group’s music spans the 17th to 20th centuries, emphasizing music played during the Revolutionary War to relay commands, direct units, and provide marching rhythm. www.washingtoncrossingpark.org

Regards,
Peter Gibson
President
Newtown Yardley
http://newtownyardley.com

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