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Newtown Yardley, PA Events

Events for Saturday October 17, 2020

Fall Bird Walks, Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve


Saturday October 17, 2020
8:00 AM

1635 River Road, New Hope, PA.

Search the woods for warblers, thrushes and other species and learn about the plants that fuel their flight. Register. $8.

Lake Afton Clean Up Day


Saturday October 17, 2020
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Lake Afton has been a quiet source of comfort for many during this COVID pandemic.
Please help us spruce up Lake Afton and its public areas so that we can continue to enjoy Lake Afton, our precious town jewel, over the fall and winter months.

Just show up- with a mask- strict COVID protocols will appl\y.

Fall Weekends, Snipes Farm


Saturday October 17, 2020
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

While the Covid-19 pandemic requires that we do things differently this year, we will still offer our beautiful grounds for safe, outdoor fun and relaxation.  We invite you to bring a picnic, stroll the grounds and enjoy the following activities: pumpkin patch, farm animals, straw bale maze, giant hay pyramid, wooden maze, Land of Scarecrows, farm scavenger hunt, playground, nature trail and farm museum.  

Because of the pandemic we cannot host large events and some of the activities our visitors have been used to in the past.  We will not be able to offer the corn maze, hayrides, apple picking, birthday parties, bonfires.  We will, however, host several drive-in movies and concerts!

Find the perfect pumpkin in the pumpkin patch!

Be awed by the horse power we counted on for so many generations and find beautiful wagons, carriages and sleighs in the Old Time Farm Museum

Meet our sweet goats, ducks, bunnies, chickens and quail!

Go on a scavenger hunt to find amazing trees- some small,  some giants!

Enjoy your time in the Land of Scarecrows where you'll find Dorothy and the Wizard, ballroom dancing, juggling and jump roping scarecrows! 

Take a walk on the enchanted trail through the woods where you'll find a scarecrow at every bend (whimsy-nothing haunted!)

Of course look forward to our freshly pressed apple cider, fresh baked pies and apple cider donuts

Shopping at Snipes Farm Market:  pumpkins, gourds, straw bales, Halloween decorations, fresh veggies, flowers, fresh baked pies, candy and caramel apples and of course, our own fresh pressed apple cider!

Admission to farm:  $7.00.  Children ages two and under, free. Admission includes:  pumpkin patch, farm animals, straw bale maze, giant hay pyramid, wooden maze, Land of Scarecrows, farm scavenger hunt, playground, nature trail, farm museum. Pay at the door!

All proceeds from our Fall Weekends support Snipes Farm and Education Center's mission to model and teach sustainable farming while building community and reconnecting people to the land.

890 W. Bridge Street
Morrisville, PA

Fall Farm Market, Snipes Farm


Saturday October 17, 2020
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM


Available at the Farm Market this Weekend:

Lettuce - Kale - Pac Choi - Eggplant -Peppers Potatoes - Scallions - Winter Squash
and Apples!

Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins!

Freshly pressed Apple Cider made right on Snipes Farm!

Gourds, Herb Plants, Flower Plants,
and Cut Flowers!
Mighty Cider Wellness Tonic - Honey - Fruit Butters-CBD tincture and CBD salve made from hemp organically grown on Snipes Farm! Gourds, Herb Plants, Flower Plants, and Cut Flowers!

While you're here, try some of our fresh-baked cider donuts and pies, just made caramel and candy apples.

Come to Snipes Farm Market in the Big Red Barn! During October we will be open Saturdays 9-6 and Sundays 9-5!

890 W. Bridge Street  Morrisville, PA

“Greetings From Yardley” Mural Dedication Ceremony


Saturday October 17, 2020
12:00 PM

Experience Yardley requests your attendance at their  “Greetings From Yardley” mural dedication ceremony

This Saturday, October 17th from Noon to 1 pm, Experience Yardley, an all-volunteer 501c3 non-profit dedicated to producing events and placemaking projects, is inviting the public to a dedication ceremony for their “Greetings From Yardley” mural painted on the wall of Firehouse Cycles located at Buttonwood Plaza Drive 15 S. Main Street in Yardley. Experience Yardley is gifting the mural, based on popular vacation postcards from the 1930s and 1940s, to Yardley Borough residents.

According to Jef Buehler, past president of Experience Yardley, “Since there is only one Yardley in America and for that matter, in the entire Western Hemisphere we thought: let’s put something on that wall in the center of town that people will recognize as an icon - sort of a modern-day postcard that they can use on Instagram and social media to say, ‘Hey I’m from Yardley, and it’s awesome!’ or ‘I visited Yardley, and it was awesome!’, because, let’s face it, not a ton of people still send postcards, but pretty much everyone shares digital memories and moments. So why not #GreetingsFromYardley.”

Steadfast support has come from many, including Yardley Borough Council, the Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB), Tom Cramer of Cramer’s Bakery (owner of the old firehouse building which the mural is painted), The Pennsylvania Council of the Arts, and Visit Bucks County. Other sponsors include Commonplace Books, Ship and Print, and The Spearhead Group, all Yardley businesses located on Main Street.
Led by David Appelbaum, president of Experience Yardley, includes Heather DiPrato, vice-president (co-publisher of Yardley Living), Cindy Fatsis, secretary (owner, Local Focus Photography), and Liz Young, treasurer, (owner, Commonplace Books). The group has worked closely with Tony Napoli, an artist who submitted the design best representing the people, history, and beauty of Yardley Borough. Buehler said, “Experience Yardley is absolutely thrilled to have Tony Napoli, fine art painter and much beloved former Pennsbury High School Art Department chair heading up the painting of the “Greetings From Yardley” mural along with many former students and admirers.“
A cake decorated by Cramer’s Bakery to look like the mural will be served on a first-come-first-served basis. The ceremony is rain or shine. Wearing masks is requested.

The Mechanic Street Revolution: Lincoln & Washington


Saturday October 17, 2020
12:00 PM

Noon. or 1:30 or 3 p.m.

Meet, eat, and drink with re-enactors who have made it their passion to become informed about the American Revolution and its rich history in the Delaware River towns. Register. $40 includes lunch, one adult beverage, and presentation on America’s trials, tribulations, and successes. Social distancing measures required. 

Click here for more information

Picnics in the Vineyard!


Saturday October 17, 2020
12:00 PM

Picnic in the Vineyard- Two Dates! 

Saturday, October 17, Noon

Grab a blanket and head to the winery for a casual picnic lunch. Includes a tour, a basket full of goodies and a bottle of wine. Find yourself a shady spot and take in the vineyard views while you sip and snack!
Bonus: keep the basket, glasses and a souvenir corkscrew. Perfect for couples, friends and families.

Cost: $85 per basket (feeds 2)

NOTE: please book by increments of 2 tickets ($42.50 each) when making your reservation online.

Crossing Vineyards & Winery -  Washington Crossing, PA 18977

Virtual Open House, Villa Victoria Academy


Saturday October 17, 2020
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us for a Virtual Open House of Villa Victoria Academy. Villa is a private, all-girls Catholic college-preparatory school for girls in grades 6-12. Villa is conveniently located in Mercer County at the intersection of of Route 29 and 295 at the Scudder Falls Bridge, just minutes from Bucks County, PA. Villa was established in 1933 and our mission is to educate the whole person and to empower young women to reach their full potential and influence the world in a truly Christian manner. 

Pre-registration required. Register at:

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