1/ 5- Shady Brook Farm Holiday Light Show
The Light Show continues through Sunday January 8th. Experience the magic of more than 3 million lights illuminating acres of farmland and encounter whimsical displays and familiar characters as you drive through in the comfort of your own car or enjoy the show on an open air wagon ride (weather permitting).
Warm up with a cup of hot cocoa and cook up s’mores at a toasty bonfire after. Bring a nonperishable food item and get $10 off admission. 931 Stony Hill Rd, Yardley, PA. more info
1/ 6 - Disney On Ice: Passport to Adventure
Join Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy, and Daisy on a journey to the timeless worlds of The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, and Disney's Frozen at 7pm. Sun National Bank Center, 81 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton. $16 to $86. www.sunnationalbankcenter.com
1/7 - Taj and The Tigers, A Talk About India
Ranjan Mukherjee returns with another fascinating travelogue this time on India titled "India: Taj and the Tigers". Experience an adventurous and informative journey. No registration. Free, at 2pm. Free Library of Northampton Township, 25 Upper Holland Rd. Richboro, PA Contact: Linda Rowan 215-357-3050
1/7 - Step It Up Community Celebration
A culminating event will be held for the community's Step It Up Participants at 10am at the Lower Bucks YMCA to recognize top achievers and celebrate 50 million steps as a community! Participants agreed to take a minimum of 6,000 steps at least 3 days a week and also made other commitments to their health and fitness. Lower Bucks Family YMCA, 601 S. Oxford Valley Road Fairless Hills, PA 19030. www.lbfymca.org
1/7 - Elvis, Ed Sullivan, and The Birth of Rock n Roll
Do you remember the first time you bought a rock n’ roll record? Join entertainer and educator Jeff Dershin at the library for an informative and fun-filled hour as we explore what was going on in American music before and after 1955. Once we saw Elvis on TV, the musical landscape was changed forever, and American teens never looked back. 2pm at Yardley-Makefield Branch Library 1080 Edgewood Road Yardley, PA. //www.ymfriends.org
1/ 8 - Independent Film Screening: “Mazurkas” At Newtown Theatre
Local filmmaker Marty Krzywonos (left) will screen his independent film, Mazurkas, at the Newtown Theatre on Sunday, January 8 at 4pm.
Mazurkas is a love story about an elderly piano teacher who lost his wife 35 years ago and still has not gone through the grieving process. The film was primarily shot in Bucks County, and enjoyed a lot of community support during the making of the film. Tickets are $15 and available online or at the door on the day of the screening. 120 North State Street, Newtown PA. more info
1/ 8 - My OMEI: Observe, Meditate, Experience, Internalize
Program developed to cultivate the art of looking closely and feeling deeply through meditation and focused reflection on art. Free with museum admission. 1 p.m. Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street, Doylestown, PA. www.michenerartmuseum.org
1/9 - Conifers Class
The Doylestown Nature Club will host Walter Cullerton who will discuss various conifers. Cullerton is a Master Gardener who is a co-founder of the Tri-State Hosta Society, past president of the American Conifer Society, There are over 500 species of conifers. Usually they are evergreens with needles for leaves. All are welcome. $5 Guest fee. Additional information: 215-493-1254 or email@example.com
Buckingham Township Building /Lower level, 4613 Hughesian Dr., Buckingham, PA
1/11 - NBA Business Card Exchange
The Newtown Business Association kicks off 2017 with its January Business Card Exchange from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, hosted at Kaaya Med Spa, at 19 Summit Square, Newtown/Langhorne. A great opportunity to network with colleagues and make new contacts while enjoying an exciting variety of refreshments. Attendees are asked to register online at //www.NewtownBA.org
1/11 - 1/22 - Menopause: The Musical. more info
1/12- Information Session, Newtown Friends School
Information Sessions are small group visits, when guests will meet with the Director of Admissions and tour the school while students are working in classrooms. Similar to our classrooms, these small sessions provide ample opportunity to ask your specific questions. 9am. 1450 Newtown - Langhorne Road, Newtown, PA 18940. more info
1/13 and 1/14 - Two-Day Yardley Antiques Show
Friday, Jan. 13 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Yardley Community Center at 64 South Main Street. Admission is $5. While browsing the antiques, don’t miss the homemade food made and served in the downstairs kitchen! This annual event benefits the upkeep and maintenance of the Yardley Community Center.
1/15 - Cross Country Ski Workshop For Pre Teen thru Adult
In this workshop, the participants will learn about the different types of cross-country ski equipment that are available and what to look for in selecting your first pair of skis. The indoor lesson begins at 1:30 pm and will last 1 -1 ½ hour. If the ground is snow covered, an additional 1+ hour outdoor ski lesson will be offered. Call the Nature Center to obtain equipment rental information. Advanced registration required (609) 737-0609. 355 Washington Crossing Pennington Rd, Titusville, NJ 08560
1/15 - Teen Peace Summit
The summit will take place at Central Bucks South High School at 1100 Folly Road in Warrington. The free event is inspired by the goals, aspirations and commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The summit is open to all students in Bucks County from grades 7 through 12 to provide a forum for how they as individuals as well as a part of society, can better understand the effects of intolerance. Students will have an opportunity to discuss discrimination and how to become part of the solution in their school and community. The program will feature three young people who have experienced bigotry and racism in their schools, followed by participants breaking out into smaller groups for discussion. The conference concludes with pizza and a time for the students to socialize.
1/16 - School's Out Gymnastics Camp For Ages 5+ at Langhorne’s Dynamix Gymnastics
Come flip, tumble and roll with us at our themed gymnastics camp from 9am-3pm.
We will run a full day of fun activities including: ninja obstacle courses, relays, games, crafts and more. Coaches will work gymnastics skills on: Floor, Beam, Vault, Bars, Trampoline, Tumble Track and more. Campers will need a morning snack and a healthy lunch with a beverage. Members: $40 per day; Non-Members: $50 per day and a Multiple-child camp discount is $10 off additional kids. Dynamix Gymnastics 181 Wheeler Ct, Suite C Langhorne, PA 19047 215-757-0111. //www.dynamixgymnastics.com
1/16 - Bristol Marsh Clean-Up in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
A rare freshwater tidal marsh, Bristol Marsh is home to more than 350 types of plants and animals. Come out on Martin Luther King Jr. Day from 10am to noon to help us keep this special habitat clean and healthy. Light refreshments provided. Call Shannon at 215.345.7020 to register. more info
1/17 - Preschool Storytime, Grey Nun Academy
Join us at 12:30 pm for a free Pre-K storytime and meet our library/multimedia specialist to experience the wonder of learning through books and reading. Join us for a fun, seasonal story and interactive activity for your little one(s)! We welcome children ages 2-4 years. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grey Nun Academy, 1750 Quarry Road, Yardley, PA 19067. https://www.greynunacademy.org
1/18 - Bucks County New Year, New Career Job Fair
Come to the RecruitmentQueen 3rd annual New Year! New Career! Job Fair and network with local employers and recruiters to find the right job for you and improve the health of your career. Job seekers can register for this FREE event at the door. Employers please call Jennifer Schultz, 267-981-5976.
The Neshaminy Mall, 707 Neshaminy Mall in Bensalem. //www.recruitmentqueen.com
1/18 - The Doctor Is In: Everything You Want to Know But are Afraid To Ask
Join Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare at 10:30 am to discuss the latest news about your health and wellness. The Dr. will answer your health-related questions and provide tips for staying well especially during the winter months. This is a free event, open to the public! Light refreshments will be served. Upper Southampton Parks and Recreation, 913 Willow Street, Southampton, PA 18966.
RSVP: Upper Southampton Parks and Recreation 215 355-9781.
1/18 - SCORE Bucks County Recruiting and Hiring Webinar
SCORE Bucks County, a small business mentoring organization, is offering a free Webinar Wednesday information session aimed at sharing much-needed insight about employee recruitment and hiring at 7pm. The Webinar is sponsored by Univest and is free to attend. To learn more or to register, visit https://buckscounty.score.org
1/19 - What’s Hot and What’s Not: Food Trends for the New Year
A McCaffrey's Free Nutrition Event. Join Registered Dietitian Jill Kwasny to discuss food trends for the new year! The free program will be held at the McCaffrey’s Market in Yardley located at the Edgewood Village Shopping Center at 635 Heacock Road from 10:00 – 11:00am.
RSVP to nutritionist@Mccaffreys.com or call 2125 750-7713 to reserve your seat.
1/20 - A Tribute to David Bowie By Newtown School of Rock
School of Rock Newtown will have a Metallica show this weekend, Saturday and Sunday at Whiskey Tango, 14000 Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia PA. Showtime is 7pm on 1/20 and 4pm on 1/21/17. more info
1/20 - Designer Bag Bingo Benefitting Council Rock South Marching Band
Council Rock Band Parent Association South is holding Designer Bag Bingo on Friday, January 20th at the Uptown Hall in Langhorne. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and the first round of bingo is at 7:00 p.m. There will be 10 rounds of bingo, 50/50 bingo, and basket raffles. BYO beverages and snacks. Tickets are $25 if purchased in advance or $30 at the door Contact the two organizers: Gayle Ford and Patti Law at CRSBandBingo@gmail.com or call 267-467-9587.
1/21 - 1/29 - Lambertville & New Hope Winter Festival
2017 marks the twentieth year for the Lambertville & New Hope Winter Festival.
The popular Festival, hosted by the non-profit organization Twin Rivertown Projects, Inc., is scheduled for January 21, 2017 through January 29, 2017. Learn about all of the awesome events coming to this year's Winter Festival here. Note: Some Winter Festival events do have limited space so reserve your spot before they sell out!
1/21 - Indoor Winter Yardley Farmers Market
From 10am to noon, shop a variety of vendors including pasture raised meats, seasonal vegetables and fruits, pickled and fermented foods, Kombuchu, prepared ready to eat foods, locally roasted coffee, honey and natural body products & candles.
Yardley Friends Meeting, 65 N. Main St. Yardley PA
1/21 - Fire & Ice Ball
The 8th annual Fire & Ice Ball party will be as fashionable as ever. This year’s event will include a unique fashion show by local designer Morgan Grabarz and her team of models at 8:30 p.m. See the latest in fashion for young adults. 7:00 to 11:00 pm at The Event Center by Cornerstone, Eagle Firehouse, 46 North Sugan Road in New Hope. Ticket Price: $25 in advance, $30 at the door. more info
1/21 and 1/22 - Acting Naturally's Youth Company presents All Shook Up
A new musical comedy built around the songs made famous by Elvis Presley, including the classics like "Heartbreak Hotel," "Love Me Tender,"and "Don't Be Cruel, Join this amazing cast as we travel to the 1950’s Saturday, January 21st at 8:00pm, Sunday, January 22nd at 2:00pm. Acting Naturally Theatre, 164 N. Flowers Mill Road, Langhorne PA. //www.actingnaturally.com
1/21 - Newtown Chamber Orchestra, Soloists on Stage
The first NCO concert of 2017 will be “Soloists on Stage”, at 7:00PM at the Lutheran Church of God’s Love in Newtown. Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance through our website. There will be open seating, and complimentary refreshments are served at all concerts. 791 Newtown-Yardley Rd., Newtown, PA 18940. Ample parking is available. To purchase tickets, visit more info
1/22 - Grey Nun Academy Open House
Visit our PreK-8 School where we design an academically rich curriculum that meets the unique needs of individual students, respecting the rights, interests and dignity of each child. 12 p.m. to 2 pm, or visit Grey Nun for a private tour during any “Walk-in Wednesday” from 10 a.m. to 2 pm, when no appointment is necessary.
1750 Quarry Road, Yardley, PA. https://www.greynunacademy.org
1/24 - 2/12 - Driving Miss Daisy, Bristol Riverside Theatre
Taking place in Georgia, from 1948 to 1973, Driving Miss Daisy tells the story of the unexpected friendship that develops between a fiercely independent Jewish widow and her African-American chauffeur. When Daisy’s son decides she’s too old to drive anymore, he hires Hoke to drive for her. Daisy and Hoke’s relationship gets off to a rocky start. But they gradually form a close friendship, one that transcends racial prejudices and social conventions. more info
1/28 - 9th Annual Eastern Polar Plunge
Individuals from all walks of life have committed to raise $50 or more to Plunge their hearts out for thousands of Special Olympics Pennsylvania athletes. Plunge Time is 12 noon. We look forward to seeing you on January 28th for some bone chilling excitement.
Neshaminy State Park 3401 State Road Bensalem, PA 19020. more info
1/29 - Newtown Historic Annual Appreciation Dinner
Newtown Historic Association’s Appreciation Dinner for the Holiday Open House Tour Sites will be held at The Temperance House, 5 South State Street in Newtown Borough. All members and guests are invited to attend! Cash Bar 6-7 p.m, Dinner at 7 p.m. $40.00 per person. NHA Volunteer of the Year will be announced and honored. Please join us for a fun night of reminiscing and celebration. https://www.newtownhistoric.org/events
1/31 - Figuring Space: A Multi-Media Presentation
Noted photographer, Ricardo Barros, will be presenting at the New Hope Art League meeting at St. Martin of Tours School, lower level 1 Riverstone Circle, New Hope, PA. Members and guests welcome. Ricardo Barros is a photographer, writer, and curator. His photographs are in the permanent collections of eleven museums.
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