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McCarter Presents A Christmas Carol

McCarter Presents A Christmas Carol

This holiday season, McCarter is proud to present a BRAND NEW production of Dickens’ classic, A Christmas Carol. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on a magical journey through Christmas past, present, and future and watch as McCarter artists—joined by ensemble members from the greater Princeton community—bring this story to life all around you with more magic and merriment than ever before! Share the happiness of Dickens’ perennial masterpiece and join us in celebrating this new McCarter tradition with your friends and entire family!

Princeton Half Marathon

Princeton Half Marathon

On Sunday, November 6th, HiTops is hosting the Princeton Half Marathon. The 13.1 mile, USATF certified, road and trail run features many of Princeton's cultural and historic landmarks. For participant, sponsorship or volunteer opportunities, visit www.PrincetonHalfMarathon.com

Newtown Yardley's Home Improvement Feature

Newtown Yardley's
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This feature is just what your home needs - helpful articles, links, and a complete list of local businesses to assist you with your projects! Newtown Yardley area contractors, painters, appliance stores, roofers, architects, builders, plumbers, and more. Remember, the home is where the heart is!

Newtown Yardley's Dining Guide

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The best Dining Guide in Bucks County for restaurants in Newtown and Yardley and the surrounding area. Newtown and Yardley caterers and Newtown and Yardley dining facilities with direct links to our advertisers' websites, menus and directions. BYO restaurants, brunch, sushi, live music, kid friendly restaurants, and more. Dining in Newtown and Yardley simplified - yum.

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There’s Still Time to Catch Canal-O-Ween, The Jack-O-Lantern Stroll™
Hundreds of locally carved Jack-O-Lanterns flicker with warm light guide your way forward for over a quarter mile along Yardley’s Canal Path. It’s an old fashioned, low tech, family fun way to celebrate. This year the Stroll goes through Saturday Nov. 5th. Where: The Delaware Canal Towpath, leading north from Afton Avenue Bridge to the end of the paved road (North Edgewater Avenue), approximately 1/4 mile. http://www.canaloween.com

Bucks County Sculpture Show, November 3 - 20 The Bucks County Sculpture Show was founded in 1977 by renowned sculptor, illustrator, painter, and New Hope resident, Dr. Selma Burke; (1900 - 1995). Today, the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce is pleased to continue the legacy of this great artist through the annual Bucks County Sculpture Show, a part of the Chamber's Bucks Fever Celebration of the Arts program. FREE EVENT. 11am-5pm from November 3-20, 2016. The New Hope Winery, 6123 Lower York Road , New Hope PA 18938. more info

2nd Annual Halloween Candy Buy Back Program
Newtown Dentistry for Kids will have a candy buy back day on November 8, 2016. Bring your candy to our office between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm and we will give you $1 for every pound of treats delivered (limit 5 pounds). The candy collected will go to Operation Gratitude. Newtown Dentistry for Kids, 46 Blacksmith Road, Suite “Tooth”, Newtown. more info

Bristol Riverside Theatre Presents 'Working' Nov 1 - 20
Nominated for six Tony Awards, including Best Score, Working features songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton), Stephen Schwartz (Pippin, Wicked), and James Taylor. Based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book, Working celebrates our search for meaning and satisfaction in the daily grind. This down-to-earth yet elevating musical is woven from funny and poignant interviews of twenty-six real American workers. You’ll meet a schoolteacher, millworker, waitress, mason, and stay-at-home mom (to name just a few), who share not only their daily routines, but their hopes and aspirations as well. Tickets and more info

New Hope Art League Fall Show, November 4 - 19
Don't miss the New Hope Art League Fall Show November 4 - 19 at The Conservatory, 4059 Skyron Dr., Doylestown, (by the airport). Over 100 artworks by area's accomplished artists will be showcased. Join them at the the opening reception Friday, November 4 from 6:30 - 8:30. Gallery hours*: Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 8:00pm, Saturday: 10:00am – 2:00pm. http://NewHopeArtLeague.com

Week-long Lydia's Guild Holiday Craft Show, November 8-15
A wonderful holiday arts and crafts show featuring 90 local fine artists and craft designers offering the very best in unique and creative gifts for everyone on your list. Hosted at the Historic Aldie Mansion in Doylestown, with a lunch cafe and free parking. $4.00 one-time admission fee, return trips are free. $4.00, one-time entry fee at the door. Aldie Mansion, 85 Old Dublin Pike , Doylestown PA. Time: Weekdays 9:30 am - 8:00 pm; Weekends 9:30 am - 6:00 pm. http://www.lydiasguild.com/

Renowned Sculptor Robert Engman Exhibit in Doylestown
The James A. Michener Art Museum is featuring an exhibition highlighting the work of renowned sculptor Robert Engman, whose large-scale piece Triune is a distinctive part of Philadelphia’s Center City landscape. Showcasing the artist’s smaller-sized sculpture as well as his jewelry, The exhibition will be on view through February 5, 2017. http://www.michenerartmuseum.org/exhibitions/

Bucks County Wine Trail Launches Passport to Bucks Program
The Bucks County Wine Trail is offering a tasty challenge for wine enthusiasts. Passport to Bucks is a new initiative aimed at sharing all that Bucks County has to offer with the wine-loving community, region and visitors.Passport to Bucks, offers wine-lovers a chance to taste wines from 9 Bucks County wineries for $20. Purchase a Passport to Bucks card and enjoy a complimentary tasting at all nine Bucks County wineries. Beginning Nov. 1 and continuing through April 30, visitors who purchase a Passport to Bucks card will also earn punches at each winery visited. For a full list of Passport to Bucks contest rules click here: more info

Newtown & Yardley McCaffrey's In-Store Holiday Menu Tastings
November 5th & 6th and November 12th & 13th from 11 am-4 pm. Please come hungry and sample our Thanksgiving Menu Main Dishes, Sides and Desserts! Click here to view our In-Store Thanksgiving Menu: more info

Dashin’ thru the… Lights! At Shady Brook Farm, Friday November 18
Start your holiday off with a 2 mile family fun run/walk through our spectacular Holiday Light Display. There will be DJ playing music, food and refreshments before and after the run, prizes, and a once in a lifetime chance to see our spectacular light display on foot. T-shirts to the first 2000 to register than while supplies last. Custom medals to the first 2000 to finish. Adults $35 until 11/17, $40 race day and Children 12 and under $25 until 11/17, $30 race day. Proceeds benefit: Franks Fight with ALS and MS Society. Shady Brook Farm 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley PA. more info

Tyler State Park - Hands-On-Heritage Adult Learning Series
Tyler State Park is again partnering with Thankful Sage Farm School to bring you Hands-On Heritage. In each of these evening programs, we will learn some local history, try our hand at some seasonal heritage skills and take something home to share with our families. Our topics this year: November: An Early Thanksgiving; December: Christmas in Pennsylvania; February: The Breadbasket; March: Spring Cleaning; May: Liber-Tea. Monday evenings at The Classroom at Tyler State Park. Details and registration at http://www.thankfulsagefarmschool.com

Two Thanksgiving “Schools Out” Camps at The NAC
11/23- The Challenge: Campers will run, dodge, jump, and crawl through multiple obstacle courses. At the end of each obstacle there will be a trivia question, puzzle, or a duel, waiting for them to complete. Campers must complete the challenge at the end of the obstacle to move forward to the next round.

11/25- Gymnastics: Come join us and have a FUNtastic time bouncing, rolling and cartwheeling through the week. All levels welcome. Learn all your favorite skills on trampoline, floor exercise, uneven bars, vault, balance beam, rings, and rope. In addition to gymnastics, we will be making crafts, playing games and swimming! For inquiries regarding schools out camp, please call 215-944-8860.

Roxey Ballet’s 22nd Annual American Holiday Classic, The Nutcracker
Roxey Ballet, the much-loved and award-winning professional dance company, is proud to present its annual extravaganza: Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker" November 25 through December 5, 2016. This acclaimed annual holiday event has become a favorite tradition of area residents and holiday visitors alike. There will be a Sensory-Friendly performance on December 3 at 2pm. Tickets are $15 and up. Performances are held at The College Of New Jersey’s Kendall Main Stage Theater. 2000 Pennington Rd. Ewing NJ. www.roxeyballet.org/

Six Passages for Opening Inner Awareness Through Sacred Hebrew Chant
Congregation Kol Emet of Yardley is pleased to announce a 1/2 day workshop that will be led by Pittsburgh Chant leader and composer David P. Goldstein on December 3, 2016. In the hectic and stressful life in which we live, we sometimes forget how simple it should be to walk along our life-path. In this 4-hour workshop, we will learn 6 Passages for staying focused on what is important in our lives. Although Hebrew is the primary language of the texts that are chanted, this workshop is fully inclusive, and is open to people of all faith traditions. No prior knowledge of chanting, meditation or the Hebrew language is required. ALL ARE WELCOME. The registration deadline is 11/11/2016 and space is limited. 1:30-5:30pm. http://kolemet.org/calendar/

A Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place®
A festive, family-friendly celebration with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street® friends in Langhorne, PA. The park is transformed into a one-of-a-kind Christmas wonderland with millions of twinkling lights, festive decorations and whirling rides. Guests will enjoy special Christmas shows, savory Christmas menus, super holiday shopping and a visit with Santa in his Furry Workshop. A Very Furry Christmas takes place on select dates, November 19 through January 1. https://sesameplace.com/en/langhorne

Under The Tree: A Century of Holiday Trees and Toys
Doylestown’s Mercer Museum’s annual holiday exhibit captures the excitement of Christmas from a child’s point of view. The exhibit features trees decorated to the tastes of earlier eras, together with some of the toys and games that once delighted children on Christmas mornings. The display draws from the Mercer Museum’s holdings and local private collections, and includes popular playthings from the Victorian Era through the 1980s. Period ornaments and appropriate reproductions adorn the trees, and show the evolution of Christmas traditions. https://www.mercermuseum.org/

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December 3 - Yardley Olde Fashion Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting

December 3 - Holiday Marketplace & Shopping Event, Newtown Athletic Club

December 3 - Festival of Fine Crafts, Titusville, NJ

December 3 and 4 - Peddler’s Village Grand Illumination

December 4 - NBA/McCaffrey's Food Markets' Newtown Holiday Parade

December 10 - NBA Charity Breakfast with Santa (pdf)

December 11 - First Crossing Reenactment on The Delaware

December 25 - Washington Crossing Reenactment on The Delaware

December 29 - Hike Out The Old Year, New Hope PA

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11/3 - Master Jazz Guitarist Vic Juris
General Admission $20, Seniors & Alumni - $15, Children, Students, & BCCC Employees - $10, BCCC Students - FREE (ID Required). Limited VIP tickets are available; includes pre-show meet & greet with Vic, reserved seating, a reception with light hors d'oeuvres and two glasses of wine or beer beginning at 6 pm. VIP ticket holders must be age 21. The Kevin and Sima Zlock Performing Arts Center. Bucks County Community College, 275 Swamp Rd. Newtown, PA. more info

11/4 - Tri County Community Band Fall Concert
The Tri-County Band presents its annual Fall Concert from 8pm to 10pm featuring a variety of musical selections. Included are a Trumpet Trio and a Euphonium Trio along with three vocals by Valerie Sharper. Featured concert band numbers include "Above the Clouds", "Hooray for Hollywood", "A River's Fury" and several toe tapping marches. Admission is free. Sponsored by: Tri-County Band of Feasterville, Poquessing Middle School, 300 Heights Lane, Feasterville PA 215-357-5697

11/4 and 11/5 - You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown
Charles Schulz's popular comic comes to life and the whole gang is here. Songs include: "Little Known Facts", "New Philosophy", "Happiness" and "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown."Evenings at 8pm, Matinee on Saturday November 5th at 2pm. Town and Country Players, 4158 York Road, Buckingham PA. http://www.townandcountryplayers.org/

11/5 - Canon Firing Event
Lamb’s Artillery Company (Revolutionary War reenactment group) will be conducting Artillery demonstrations from 12:00 Noon. to 4:00 P.M. in the field behind the Visitor Center Museum at Washington Crossing State Park, Titusville, NJ. The cannon firing demonstrations will be held at 12:00, 1:30, 2:30 & 3:30. Enter the park and follow the signs to the Visitor Center Museum. For more information call (609) 737-0623.

11/5 - 27th Annual Charles Boehm Craft Fair
Over 100 juried craftspeople and artists are expected. Each crafter/artist donates an item to be raffled. There will be door prizes, hot drinks and food for sale in the Craft Café as well as baked goods. All proceeds from attendance, raffle, café and bake sales directly benefit the school. 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Charles Boehm Middle School, 866 Big Oak Road Yardley, PA 19067

11/5 - Yardley Indoor Winter Farmers' Market
We have a wide selection of great vendors offering organic meats, fresh roasted coffee, breads and other bakery items, wine, jellies, Mediterranean foods, Kombucha, fermented and pickled foods, prepared ready to eat foods, natural body products, honey and honey products, and of course, fresh fall vegetables and hydroponic tomatoes and lettuces, all from local farms and businesses. 9 am - 11 am at the Yardley Friends Meeting, 65 N. Main Street, Yardley, PA. www.yardleyfarmersmarket.com

11/6 - Lower Makefield's 10th Annual Veterans Parade and Ceremony
Lower Makefield's 10th Annual Veterans Parade and Ceremony, Sun., Nov. 6th will begin at 1 pm at Edgewood and Whitehall with ceremony immediately following at Veterans Square Park, Edgewood and Heacock Roads. The community is invited to attend to help us thank those who make freedom possible for us all. All veterans, scouts, school, athletic and community groups are invited to march in the parade and attend the ceremony. http://www.VeteransSquare.org

11/6 - Book Swap at the Old Library by Lake Afton
Winter's coming and it's time to gather books for the long nights. Come to the Swap and find some great reading materials. "Bring a bag - take a bag. Please bring only books of current interest to adults. 1pm-4pm at The Old Library by Lake Afton. 46 West Afton Avenue Yardley, PA 19067

11/6 and 11/30 - Open House, Grey Nun Academy
Interested in getting to know us better? Join us this month at our Open House on November 6 from 11am-1pm, or November 30 from 12-2pm, The Academy is a Catholic co-educational elementary school in Bucks County, Pennsylvania for children in grades Pre-K3 to Eighth Grade. We are committed to the intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual growth of our students, and we honor and embrace the individual needs of every child. 1750 Quarry Road, Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067. Private Tours by appt only. Contacy lgrabowski@gnaedu.org

11/6 - Theatre Throwback Night at Newtown Theatre
Special screening of Harold Lloyd’s 1925 silent classic, “The Freshman,” at 7pm, featuring a live piano score by professional silent film accompanist Bernie Anderson Jr. After the film, Anderson will provide a brief history of the silent film era and take audience questions. The theatre is located at 120 N. State St. in Newtown Borough. Tickets are $10 for general admission and available at http://thefreshman.eventbrite.com

11/9 - Gallery Talk: Shifting the Limits, Robert Engman’s Structural Sculpture
By Anders Engman, son of sculptor Robert Engman. 3pm. Includes Museum admission. Advance registration is required. $10 Member / $20 Non-member / $5 student with valid ID. http://www.michenerartmuseum.org/events/

11/9 - November Business Card Exchange
5:00 - 7:00 pm @ The Birches at Newtown, 70 Durham Road Newtown PA. Come network with colleagues, make new connections while enjoying refreshments at this heavily attended business card exchange. Refreshments supplied by Corporate Source Catering. Click here to register.

11/10 - Sweet Pea Ladies Night Out Chocolate Pretzel Dipping Class
Ready for a girls night out? Grab the girls, sip some wine and dip a box of gourmet chocolate covered pretzels. Dip in a creamy milk chocolate and top with sprinkles, toffee, nuts, m&m's and more. 8:30-10:30pm. $35.00 per person. Sweet Pea Ice Cream and Confections, 254 N. Sycamore St Newtown PA. Call us to sign up @ 215-968-0466

11/11 - Pickering Manor Presents a Special Air Refueling Video and Presentation for Veterans
Pickering Manor will be having a special air refueling video and presentation on Veteran’s Day for our residents. SMSgt David Falkowski with the New Jersey Air National Guard, an Instructor Boom Operator at MDL Joint Base, will be here to give his presentation on air refueling, show a slide presentation and present the American Flag flown overseas and a certificate of its authenticity to the residents of Pickering Manor. The presentation will begin at 3:00pm in our Activity Room. www.pickeringmanor.org

11/12 - Busy Bee Toys to Celebrate Seventh Annual Neighborhood Toy Store Day
Doylestown’s Busy Bee Toys will join hundreds of locally owned stores across the country to celebrate the seventh national Neighborhood Toy Store Day from 10am-2 offering fun, child-friendly activities including games and activities plus lots of prizes from some of the staff’s favorite toy companies. They toy store will also donate a portion of sales to Central Bucks Regional Police Officer Dave Carlen who is battling two forms of cancer. 58 E. State St. Doylestown, PA 18901. http://www.busybeetoys.net/

11/12 and 11/13 - Nouveau Wine Weekend, Bucks County Wine Trail
Bucks County Wine Trail Announces Nouveau Weekend, when five of our nine wineries will offer newly fermented wine. Nouveau wines are bottled young with little aging, offering light and sweet tastes-- perfect paired with Thanksgiving dinner. As is tradition in the Beaujolais region of France, the Bucks County wineries offer their own Nouveau from harvest. Buckingham Valley Vineyards, Crossing Vineyards and Winery, New Hope Winery, Rushland Ridge Vineyards and Winery and Sand Castle Winery are offering Nouveau wine tastings during Le Nouveau Weekend. www.buckscountywinetrail.com/

11/12 -The Friends of the Yardley-Makefield Library Free Discussion
Join us at 2pm as Gerald Shur discusses his leadership in founding the Federal Witness Security Program and his part in the development, coordination and management of the Program for almost thirty years. The recipient of numerous awards throughout his career, including the John Marshall Award, the highest honor presented solely to an attorney in the Department of Justice by the Attorney General. Mr. Shur has devoted his life to making the criminal justice system a fairer and better one. Yardley-Makefield Library 1080 Edgewood road, Yardley , PA. www.ymfriends.org

11/12 - Guest Chef Event November 12th
Greg Graziano will be at the Newtown Tubby Olive store from 2 to 4pm sampling Graziano’s locally-made Marinara and spicy Fra Diavolo sauces. Enjoy tasting their delicious sauces which enhance any pasta, chicken or seafood dish and make mealtimes easy Also, check out the new Relish the Holidays recipe board to help make your holiday entertaining easy and fun. The Tubby Olive, 17 S. State St. Newtown, www.thetubbyolive.com

11/13 - Dynamix Gymnastics One Year Anniversary Party
Free Event… Come one, Come All! Help Dynamix Gymnastics Celebrate Our First Birthday. Open Gym, Cake, Inflatables, Prizes, Evaluations and Giveaways. 181 Wheeler Court, Suite C Langhorne, PA 19047. www.dynamixgymnastics.com

11/12 - Fall Youth Art Show, Newtown
In support of local youth art, Countryside Gallery & Custom Frame Design is giving twenty-eight young artists from the Newtown - Yardley area the opportunity to showcase their artistic talents. The community is invited to an artist reception & student art show celebrating the creative talents of local selected youth. The group of art students age 8-16 has put together a collection of their special paintings featuring scenes of landscapes, portraits, still life, & abstracts. Reception will be at 3:00 pm-6:00 pm with light refreshments served. 2 South State Street Newtown PA, 18940. more info

11/13 - The Traveling Musical Instrument Museum (Ages 4-9):
Family Feud Edition! This very special, fun event gives your family the opportunity to learn about, see, hear and play a variety of musical instruments. Brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion as well as many unusual instruments will be introduced. Families will compete against each other answering musical questions, name that tune, music challenges, and other games. Each child will also get a kazoo and perform in our kazoo band. One special family will earn the title of "The Most Musical Family in Bucks County". This program is led by professional musician and music instructor Dayle Magida, BM. Price is per child, parents do not have to register! $10 for the first child, $8 for each additional. Newtown Parks & Rec, 101 Municipal Drive, Newtown PA. https://newtownfun.com

11/14 - Newtown Historical Presents “Grand Forage 1778: The Revolutionary War’s Forgotten Campaign”
1778 marked a crucial period in the American Revolution. The French entry into the war forced the British to completely alter their strategy, having to both put down a rebellion and engage their traditional European rival. Grand Forage 1778 will examine the events surrounding this chaotic yet little studied period of the American Revolution. No Reservations Needed. For further information call 215-968-3914 or visit www.newtownhistoric.org

11/16 - The Doylestown Jingle Bell Turkey Trot
Why are we calling it the Jingle Bell Turkey Trot? Because we have some incredibly happy holiday festivities planned for all of the runners and their families. First off…..the US 202 Parkway will be entirely closed to traffic for us for all three runs! Second….guess who’s flying in for the event? Yes…Flying in! Santa will be arriving by helicopter just after the awards ceremony at 11:00 am. We’ll keep everyone warm while we wait for Santa’s arrival with family activities and delicious hot chocolate and hot apple cider for everyone. The Market at Del Val, 2100 Lower State Road, Doylestown PA. more info

11/19 - Book Talk with Jean Baur and Bella, a Therapy Dog
Jean Baur, former Yardley resident and author, will be sharing stories from her new book, "Joy Unleashed: The Story of Bella, the Unlikely Therapy Dog" at 2PM at the Newtown Bookshop. Meet Bella, have a chance to ask Jean questions, enjoy free refreshments and a free raffle for some fun prizes. Ten percent of all book sales will be donated to Nor'Wester Therapy Dogs, a local organization that sends dogs into the schools to encourage children to read. Jean will be signing books after her talk, and Bella is excited to meet everyone. Newtown Bookshop, Village at Newtown, 2835 S Eagle Rd, Newtown, http://www.newtownbookshop.com/

11/19 - Santa Landing at Shady Brook Farm
Look up! Is it a bird? A plane? No, its Santa Claus himself landing by helicopter to kick off the holiday season at Shady Brook Farm at 11 am. Watch his incredible landing then stay for a free meet & greet. The drive thru holiday light show opens later in the evening at 5pm and is open nightly from Nov. 19 through Jan. 8, 2017. Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley PA. more info

11/19 - Free Discussion, Friends of the Yardley Makefield Library
Norm Rubin will be presenting a program from 2- 3:30pm that discusses the history of music and sound reproduction. This fascinating program covers over 2,000 years of history from biblical times up to the present. This power point presentation includes the inventions of Edison that made it possible to record and reproduce music in the home. Yardley-Makefield Library 1080 Edgewood road, Yardley , PA. www.ymfriends.org

11/20 - Discussion and Brunch with Author Daniel Torday
Daniel Torday is the author of the novel “The Last Flight of Poxl West”, a New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice and the winner of the National Jewish Book Award for fiction. Torday’s work has appeared in Esquire Magazine, n+1, The New York Times, The Paris Review Daily and Tin House, and has been honored in both the Best American Short Stories and Best American Essays series. He is Director of Creative Writing at Bryn Mawr College. Books are available for pre-ordering and will be delivered during the discussion and brunch. 10 am- 12 noon. Congregation Kol Emet, 1360 Oxford Valley Rd, Yardley PA. more info (pdf)

11/24 - New Hope/Lambertville Two Town Turkey Trot
The streets of Lambertville, New Jersey and New Hope, Pennsylvania will fill with runners working up an appetite for their turkey dinners this Thanksgiving morning as the Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce holds the inaugural 5-kilometer “Two Town Turkey Trot” road race and a 1-mile health walk on Thursday, November 24. The race will start promptly at 8 a.m. and will be run rain, shine, or snow. Proceeds will support the Chambers’ programs and Fisherman’s Mark, a local non-profit organization that serves those in need in all of the Delaware River Towns communities. http://delawarerivertowns.com/run/

11/25 - Rock Starz Black Friday Back Handspring Clinic
Join Rock Starz All Stars for their annual Black Friday Back Handspring Clinic from 9am until noon. Learn tumbling tricks and techniques, plus do a little holiday shopping while there. The clinic is for ages 6+ and you must have a back handspring with a light spot to attend. For inquiries, please contact rockstarz@newtownathletic.com

12/1 - 12/7 - Nuncrackers at The Newtown Theatre
Filled with typical NUNSENSE humor, some of your favorite carols, and a “Secret Santa” audience participation. We’re certain this NUNSENSE Christmas Show will make you laugh, and maybe tug at your heartstrings. http://www.newtownartscompany.com/

12/2 - Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol
Alisa Dupuy of The Ladies of History Historical Productions, will be performing a one-woman show of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. She will portray Ebenezer Scrooge’s sister, Fan. The show is about 50 minutes long and features Ms. Dupuy acting out all of the characters and bringing this timeless story to life for us in the delightful ambiance of our beloved Half Moon Inn. There will be a cocktail hour beforehand and we encourage people to have an early dinner in Newtown at one of the many fine eating establishments before the show which will begin at 7:30 pm. Cocktails will be open house from 6:30 until show-time. Cost for this event is $25 and all proceeds benefit Newtown Historical Association. www.theladiesofhistory.com

12/2 - Pilates Bodies Holiday Open House
Pilates Bodies by Patty Witt will be having a Holiday Open House @ 6:30 pm. Sip, Shop & Check out the Studio! http://pilatesbodiesfitness.com/

12/3 - Holiday House Tour – A Newtown Tradition
Newtown Borough invites you to attend its 54th Holiday House Tour. This annual event is a splendid way to kick off the holidays and enjoy the good cheer and tidings of the season as you visit 6 town residences and several public buildings. The $30 cost of a tour ticket includes entry into the Half-Moon Inn, home to the Newtown Historic Association. Once inside this beautifully restored 18 h century building, you will enjoy period musical entertainment, hearthside colonial cooking demonstrations and refreshments of mulled cider and cheese. www.newtownhistoric.org/housetour

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