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Events for Thursday September 12, 2019

Rabbi Benjamin Adler presents Ripped From the Headlines

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Thursday September 12, 2019
10:30 AM

Rabbi Benjamin Adler will present  RIPPED FROM THE HEADLINES:

Each first Thursday morning join Rabbi Adler for an informal discussion
of current events and what Judaism has to say about the issues of our
day. Grab a cup of coffee or tea at McCaffrey's, then head to the
upstairs meeting room and find out what’s happening in the world,
through a Jewish lens. No charge.

Rabbi Adler is the spiritual leader of Adath Israel Congregation,
located at 1958 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. Adath
Israel’s members come from Mercer County, NJ and Bucks County, PA.

McCaffrey’s Market in Yardley located at the
Edgewood Village Shopping Center at 635 Heacock Road - in the upstairs



Tarot Card Reading & Wine Tasting, Crossing Vineyards & Winery

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Thursday September 12, 2019
7:00 PM

Get together with your friends for a fun "Ladies Night Out." Enjoy wine tasting, dessert and a private Tarot Card reading. Space is limited. Cost $40 per person. Reservations required. Must be 21 or older to participate. This event is intended for entertainment purposes only. 1853 Wrightstown Rd., Newtown, PA 18940 Click here for more information

1853 Wrightstown Rd., Newtown, PA 18940

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PA Native Plant Program, Yardley- Free class

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Thursday September 12, 2019
7:30 PM

Pennsylvania’s native plants benefit people, wildlife and the land.  Find out about them at a presentation hosted by The Friends of the Delaware Canal on Thursday, September 12, 2019.  The event will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Old Library by Lake Afton, 46 West Afton Avenue, Yardley, PA.
Kelly Sitch, an ecologist with the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources - Bureau of Forestry, will share an illustrated program about Pennsylvania’s native plant species. As well as providing the basics, she will tell how they can be threatened, what the Commonwealth is doing to manage and protect them, and what the public can do to help conserve them. 
Kelly will be joined by Kristi Allen, the coordinator for the Pennsylvania Plant Conservation Network (PPCN ).  The PPCN is a new statewide program that coordinates conservation efforts of native plants by working with communities to promote stewardship. 
Pennsylvania is home to about 3000 plant species, Two-thirds of these are considered native because they have adapted to the local environment and can exist without direct or indirect human intervention. The use of native plants in the landscape can save time, money, water, and provide vital habitat for birds and other wildlife.  
There is no charge for this presentation, and registration is not required. Donations are gratefully accepted and go towards Canal improvement efforts.


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