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Kids Camp of Pennsbury

Kids Camp of Pennsbury

Kids Camp of Pennsbury at Afton Elementary School. We are better than ever with more sports and more crafts. Emphasis is on lots of social interaction, lots of exercise and lots of sunshine!

Some 2017 Highlights include visit from Franklin Institute Traveling Science Show, Popular Laser Show, and new STEM courses (Electrical Circuits, 3d Printing, CAD Modelling). Outdoor swimming twice a week as always.

Options include Archery, Basketball, Karate, Lacrosse, Spanish, Ceramics, Woodworking, Hip-Hop, and a three week Musical Theatre.

Students entering grades K through 8 welcomed. CIT program for high school students. Local bus service available.

For more information please visit our web site www.kidscareofpennsbury.com or call 215-230-3445.

Pilates Bodies Fitness

Pilates Bodies Fitness

Saturday April 1st 6-8pm join Pilates Bodies for our 4 Year Anniversary / Grand Re-Opening Open House! Demo classes, ribbon cutting, drinks, appetizers. Bring your friends & try out our new equipment. We now offer OVER 100 classes a week to meet your fitness needs. Whether you are looking for the hottest spin ride on a RealRyder bike, a barre class or Pilates reformer or Tower classes we are the right fit for you. Monthly memberships available for $109 or our Roll Back price for a 1 year unlimited classes for $1,199 because we are so grateful for our continued growth.

Visit us at www.pilatesbodiesfitness.com & book your 1st free class today!

Stuart Country Day School

#LEADLIKEAGIRL: A Conference for Risk-Takers and Changemakers
Saturday, April 8, 2017

Presented by the Stuart Center
for Girls' Leadership

Stuart Country Day School
of the Sacred Heart
1200 Stuart Road, Princeton

The #LEADLIKEAGIRL Conference is designed to showcase and inspire girls’ confidence, creativity, and leadership in STEM and entrepreneurship. It is free of charge for girls K-12, their parents, and educators. Keynote speakers will be Dr. Ellen Stofan, Chief Scientist at NASA, and Debbie Sterling, CEO and founder of GoldieBlox. Breakout sessions will be age-appropriate for elementary, middle and high school students, as well as parents and educators. Sessions include STEM Talks, workshops, expert panel discussions and a Business Fair/Expo. Space is limited. Learn more and register today at stuartschool.org/leadlikeagirl or call 609-921-6104 with questions.

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 Wedding Guide

Newtown Yardley's
Wedding Guide

A complete guide to help you with all of your wedding needs. From the proposal to the honeymoon you will find everything you need to plan the day of your dreams. Princeton wedding locations, florists, caterers, jewelers, event planners, cakes, and more. Newtown Yardley Online wants your day to be an affair to remember!

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Announcing the Third Annual Main Street Voices Poetry Contest
The Main Street Voices Poetry Contest is open to all residents of Bucks County, with monetary awards given to winners in the adult and student categories. Four award-winning poets will judge the contest, including two former Bucks County Poets Laureate, and a professor at Bucks County Community College. Poetry entries must be postmarked by April 17th 2017. The awards reception and reading will be held Saturday, May 20th at 3pm at the The James Lorah House in Doylestown, www.doylestownbookshop.com

Yardley Community Garden Seeks Gardeners
The Yardley Community Garden is currently accepting applications for new gardeners for the 2017 gardening season. The Garden is located on Morgan Street in the Rivermar section of Yardley. Applications can be obtained at YardleyGarden@yahoo.com

2017 D&L Shutter Madness Photo Tournament
Do you take lots of photos along the D&L Trail? Submit up to five of your favorite photos taken in the Corridor for your chance to win the 2017 D&L Shutter Madness Photo Tournament! Each category (Bucks County, Lehigh and Northampton Counties, Carbon County, and Luzerne County) will be entered in a bracket-style Facebook tournament. Hurry! All photo entries are due by March 4th! Details here.

My Son the Waiter, A Jewish Tragedy (Which is actually a Comedy)
Brad Zimmerman’s hilarious and inspiring story about the grit & passion it takes to “make it” as an artist & the sweet rewards that come from never giving up! If you ever longed for something, if you ever desired it with all your heart, if you were willing to wait tables for 29 years to pursue your dream then My Son The Waiter will give meaning to your Life! Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope PA from March 23 through April 9, 2017.Show times and more information

Bristol Borough Business District Wins $500,000 From National Contest
It was a tight race, with our neighbors in Bristol up against some much larger towns - and we were excited to find out on Wednesday February 22nd that Bristol Borough is the winner of $500,000 in grant money and ongoing business development and marketing coaching from The Small Business Revolution by Deluxe. Thank you all for casting your votes via social media and helping this small Bucks County town's business district get a well-deserved boost! Check out the video at http://smallbusinessrevolution.org

Win Tickets to the Washington Crossing Brewfest
You can win two tickets to the 7th annual Washington Crossing Brewfest by writing the funniest caption for this photo. The contest runs March 5-11, and the winner will be announced March 13. The brewfest will be held on Saturday, May 6 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. in a wooded, riverside section of Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA) will feature beer sampling from more than 60 national and regional breweries, live music and food. Captions can be submitted through http://WashingtonCrossingBrewfest.com

Engaging Judaism: An Introduction to Reconstructionist Judaism
What makes Kol Emet a Reconstructionist congregation? Rabbi Anna will be giving a three-part class on the fundamentals of our uniquely American stream of Judaism. We will look at the core principles, spirit, and vision of Reconstructionist Judaism, the historical context that gave rise to the movement, as well as the personality and unique vision of its founder, Rabbi Mordecai M. Kaplan. Sundays, March 5th, 19th and April 2nd from 10:00 a.m. - noon. There is no charge for Kol Emet members. $18 per class for those in the wider community. Please RSVP to 215-493-8522. http://kolemet.org/

Call For Entries for Annual NBA Antique & Classic Car Show!
Register your car today for the annual Newtown Business Association Antique & Classic Auto Show, which will be held on Sunday, July 9th from 10am to 3pm on historic State Street in Newtown, and will feature over 160 cars in all makes and models from 1900 to 1992; this year’s Marque car is the Shelby. This event is attended by thousands of spectators. Cars from all decades (model years up to 1992 only) are welcome! Hourly Raffle Prize Drawings will be awarded to show participants! www.NewtownBA.org

Volunteers Needed for “A Day We Care” Clean Up Day on March 11, 2017
Newtown’s Potential Inc. is pleased to announce that the annual spring cleanup day, “A Day We Care”, will take place Saturday, March 11, 2017 , from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. After a year of continuous use by our clients it is time to clean up and repaint classrooms. We are looking for volunteers from local youth groups, churches, organizations, civic clubs, businesses and individuals to join in the effort. Please, 16 years or older. All volunteers receive appreciation certificate for hours volunteered. Volunteers can sign up online at: http://tinyurl.com/daywecare

“Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” Auditions, Newtown Arts
Auditions for Newtown Arts Company’s production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” will be held Tuesday, March 7, and Wednesday, March 15, 6 to 9 p.m., and Saturday, March 11, 1 to 5 p.m., at Crossing Community Church, 80 Lower Silver Lake Road, Newtown, PA 18940. Callbacks are by invitation only Saturday, March 18th. Performances are August 3 to 9, 2017. Auditions are by appointment only.

Lahaska Restaurant Week, March 5 - 9, 2017
Lahaska Restaurant Week runs from Sunday, March 5 - Thursday, March 9th. $30/person for 3-courses! More info

Delaware River Towns Restaurant Week, March 19 -23, 2017
Participating Restaurants range from Washington Crossing, PA to Frenchtown NJ. More info

Yardley Boro Event Lineup for 2017:
April 8th- Annual Easter Egg Hunt April 29th- Tim's 5K Fun Walk, May 6th- Beer Fest June 3rd- Music On Main begins, June 11th- Yardley 5K, Aug. 12th- Youth Aid Concert, Sept. 16th- Harvest Day, October 14th- Slay Sarcoma 5K. Check the Boro’s Facebook Page for more info.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Mercer County Seeks Volunteers
CASA of Mercer County is a non-profit organization that recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers who speak up in Family Court for the best interests of Mercer County children that have been removed from their families due to abuse and/or neglect and placed in the foster care system. Information sessions are scheduled at our office for Thursday, March 9th at 10:00am and Monday, March 13th at 5:30pm. 1450 Parkside Avenue, Suite 22, Ewing, NJ 08638. www.casamercer.org

ActorsNET To Perform Comedic "Twelfth Night" March 10th - 26th
ActorsNET continues its 21st season with William Shakespeare’s popular comedy, Twelfth Night. George Hartpence and Dale Simon co-direct this tale of a shipwreck which leads to many romantic complications. Nine performances only; Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, and Sundays at 2pm. The Heritage Center, 635 North Delmorr Avenue (Route 32), Morrisville, PA www.actorsnetbucks.org

Churchville Photography Club Call For Entries, 3/18 and 3/19 Only
The Churchville Photography Club invites photographers to enter its Twenty-Sixth Annual Photography Contest. Winners will be featured in exhibition at the Churchville Nature Center April 8th through April 23rd 2017. Entry forms and contest rules can be downloaded from www.churchvillephoto.net under Contests and Critiques/Annual Contest. Entries will be accepted at the Churchville Nature Center, 501 Churchville Lane, Churchville PA from 10 am to 4 pm on March 18th and March 19th only.

Grey Nun Academy Pledges Grant Funding To Benefit New Kindergarten and First Grade Students
St. Marguerite D'Youville Scholarships Cover Portion of Full Year Tuition Costs for 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 Academic Years. Scholarship grants are merit-based for qualifying students, though additional need-based financial funds are also available. For additional information and application requirements, please contact Lisa Grabowski, Director of Enrollment at Grey Nun Academy at: 215-968-4151 extension 102. More info

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Save the Date

April 8, 2017 - Yardley Borough Easter Egg Hunt

April 8, 2017 - Newtown Easter Egg Hunt

April 8 -15, 2017 - Shady Brook Farm Easter Eggstravaganza

April 8 - 15, 2017 - The Market at Delaware Valley University’s Bunny Brunches

May 6, 2017 - Washington Crossing Brewfest

May 13, 2017 - The Rotary Club of Langhorne's Pet Fair and Family Day

June 19, 2017 - Newtown Rotary Club's 28th Annual Golf Outing to benefit Pickering Manor

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3/3 - Paddy Moloney and the Chieftains
Seasons come, seasons go, but one thing remains constant: The Chieftains are the embodiment of Irish music, dance, and the spirit of St Patrick’s Day. Led by Paddy Moloney, the master of the pipes and tin whistle, their nucleus includes Sean Keane (fiddle), Matt Molloy (flute), and Kevin Conneff (bodhran drum). McCarter Theater at Matthews, 91 University Place, Princeton, NJ. 8 p.m.

3 /4 - Comedian Mitch Fatel at The Newtown Theatre
Mitch Fatel has been showcasing his comedic talent for 15 years and is the number-one requested comedian on Sirus Satellite Radio. He has appeared numerous times on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Late Show with David Letterman” and “Howard 101” on Sirius Satellite Radio. This 8pm show is for mature audiences only. Tickets are $20 or two for $35. Newtown Theatre, 120 N State Street, Newtown PA 18940 http://JJComedy.com

3 /4 - Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market at Neshaminy Creek Brewery
TPRFM will invade Neshaminy Creek Brewery from 12pm -7pm with everything from vintage clothing, original artwork, antiques, handmade jewelry, t-shirts, vintage toys, vinyl, bone jewelry, taxidermy, as well as every other sort of interesting curiosity or unique collectible imaginable. Food Trucks, Live Side Shows, Live Music… and of course, Beer! Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, 909 Ray Ave, Croydon, PA 19021 More info

3 /4 - Safari Adventure To Benefit Bucks Blind and Visually Impaired
The Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is holding a Safari Adventure at the Newtown Theater from 2pm -5pm for family, friends, and community members. This event will have a petting zoo, face painting, showing for Disney's The Jungle Book (2016), raffle baskets and 50/50. All funds raised from this event will benefit our new children's club, Kids Unlimited, where children who are blind or visually impaired are able to participate in adapted activities and group trips. Newtown Theatre, 120 N. State Street, Newtown PA. http://www.bucksblind.org

3 /4 and 3/18 - Indoor Winter Yardley Farmers Market
From 10 am 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 http://yardleyfarmersmarket.com

3/ 4 - Concert in the Round, The Lenape Chamber Ensemble
10 a.m., Music by Mozart and Prokofiev for children ages 4 to 12. Performed by musicians from New York and Philadelphia. 700 East Butler Avenue, Doylestown, PA www.lenapechamberensemble.org

3/ 5 - Summer Camp Open House, Dynamix Gymnastics
12:30pm - 2:00pm at Dynamix Gymnastics 181 Wheeler Ct, Suite C Langhorne, PA http://www.dynamixgymnastics.com

3/6 - Young Professionals Roundtable, Newtown
This highly structured monthly Roundtable is designed to ensure participants are able to properly network and learn in a professional environment that avoids cliques and enables everyone's full participation. 3 to 4pm at Beneficial Bank, 34 S. Sycamore St, Newtown. More Information or to Register

3/ 8 -Yardley Book Swap
Book Swap at the Old Library by Lake Afton from 1pm -5pm. Bring your books of current interest to adults and/or children, then select some new ones to keep you well-read into summer. Please bring no more than one grocery bag full of books - hardcover and paperbacks are both accepted. http://www.yardleyhistory.org/calendarofevents.htm

3/9 - Newtown Theatre Independent Film Night
The historic Newtown Theatre will host its fifth Independent Film Night on Thursday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m. The event will feature a variety of short movies from local filmmakers who will introduce their films and take questions prior to screenings. Some content is inappropriate for children. Six independent movies will be screened. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted at the door. Newtown Theatre, 120 N. State Street, Newtown PA https://www.thenewtowntheatre.com

3/9 - Monthly Poetry Group, Newtown Bookshop
Welcome Poetry Lovers! The first half of the monthly meeting is devoted to a reading by a featured poet from the group or by a published poet. The second half hour allows open mike time for group members to share a few poems they've written, or they may choose to read poems written by their favorite poets. 6:30pm at 2835 South Eagle Rd, Newtown. More info

3/9 - Grundy Library Quizzo Night at Dad's Hat Rye
The museum and Library staff invite you to join them for Quizzo Night at Mountain Laurel Spirits, maker of Dad's Hat Rye Whiskey, on Thursday, March 9, 2017 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm). The distillery is located in the former Grundy Mill, now the Grundy Commons, at 925 Canal Street. This free event is open to registered individuals 21 and over. Questions? Call the Grundy Library at 215.788.7891

3/9 - Speaker Series: Petticoats & Pickets-Women’s Role in the Civil War
Women rallied and assumed many various roles during the conflict. This lecture focuses on women and their part during the “Late Great Unpleasantness.” General Admission $5. Bucks County Community College Students are Free. Zlock Performing Arts Center 275 Swamp Road Newtown PA

3/10 - “The Duel” - To Benefit Council Rock Education Foundation
Get Ready For A Night Of Serious Fun & Entertainment! Join us for "The DUEL" - dueling pianos and a special guest performance from Bonehead at The Fuge. Tickets are $35 each and include outstanding food, refreshments (cash bar available), a silent auction, fun, and music. Proceeds from our annual signature event go to support innovative programs that engage children, spark their imagination and develops their life-long passion for learning in Council Rock Schools through the Council Rock Education Foundation. 7pm - 11pm, The Fuge, 780 Falcon Cir #200, Warminster. More information.

3/10 - Newtown Library's Bucks County Playhouse Trip To See "One Funny Mother"
Comedian Deena Blizzard, former Miss New Jersey and married mother of three is hilarious in her solo comedy show about the trials and tribulations of motherhood and marriage. Join us for snacks at a BYO gathering at the library at 6pm to kick off the evening. Our luxury bus will leave the library bound for the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope. The price of $60 per person covers the cost of your ticket and transportation to and from the Playhouse. The play begins in New Hope at 8pm. Newtown Library Co. 114 East Centre Avenue Newtown, PA 215-968-7659

3/10 - Lara St. John, Violinist, in Recital
Featuring Lara St. John, Violin and Matt Herskowitz, Piano. A special solo appearance by one of The Riverside Symphonia’s favorite guest artists who will present two classically structured sonatas along with a variety of showpieces based on folk musical traditions from different corners of the world. 8 pm at St. Martin of Tours, New Hope, PA 18938. More info

3/11 - 29th Annual Bucks County St. Patrick's Day Parade
Over 2,000 marchers will once again be participating in the Parade, including pipe bands, Irish dance groups, local marching bands, South Philadelphia-based mummers and string bands, local law enforcement and emergency responders, veterans, local businesses, charitable organizations, St. Patrick himself, and many more. This year's parade will begin at Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, on Wistar Road in Fairless Hills, at 10:30 am. It will proceed down New Falls Road, in the opposite direction from previous parades, before ending at the Levittown American Baseball Fields in Falls Township.

3/11- Annual Indoor Flea Market, Langhorne
Saint James Episcopal Church in Langhorne, PA is having its annual Flea Market from 7am to 12:00pm. Come out and join the community to look for bargains and other items, including a "White Elephant" table. Rain or Shine... the Flea Market is INDOORS! Baked goods and other food for sale. Event location: 330 South Bellevue Ave, Langhorne. (215) 757-3766

3/11- Pickling and Fermentation Class
Come to Snipes Farm from 10 am to noon and learn about the wonderful old world food preservation techniques that keep palates and digestive systems happy! Brad Berry, farmer and home fermenter, will edify and guide participants in simple sauerkraut, yogurt, and pickling recipes with inspiration from the book Wild Fermentation. Health benefits and food history will be included. $25. Snipes Farm & Education Center, 890 W. Bridge Street Morrisville, PA 19067. http://snipesfarm.org

3/11- Irish Singer Gerry Timlin at the Yardley Community Center
A great favorite in the USA and Canada, this Pennsylvania-based singer has enjoyed success all over the world. He was born in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, where he developed an early interest in traditional Irish music and in folk music. 7:30 pm at Yardley Community Center, 64 South Main Street, Yardley PA. Contact: 215-493-3010

3/11- Warminster Symphony Orchestra
Warminster Symphony Orchestra. Subscription Concert #3 - At Your Request. 8 pm at William Tennent High School Auditorium, 333 Centennial Rd, Warminster PA. http://www.warminstersymphony.org

3/11 - Back Handspring Clinic, Dynamix Gymnastics
A back handspring Clinic will be held from 1:30 pm to 3pm. All gymnasts must have a backbend kickover to register.
Dynamix Gymnastics 181 Wheeler Ct, Suite C Langhorne, PA 19047 215-757-0111. http://www.dynamixgymnastics.com

3/11- Children's Story Time with Therapy Dogs
A 2pm storytime event with Lisa Papp! Lisa is the author of Madeline Finn and the Library Dog, a story about a girl who gains confidence in her reading by reading to a therapy dog. Lisa will also be accompanied by some of the therapy dogs in the book, Kids will love picking out the real dogs in the book as they read and getting to meet them in person. Many of the dogs are former shelter dogs living a new life helping children.
The Doylestown Bookshop, 16 S Main Street , Doylestown PA. www.doylestownbookshop.com

3/11 and 3/25 - Wrightstown Farmers Market
Shop your favorite vendors in the Barn @ The Gathering every Saturday morning until we move back outdoors in late April 2017. 2324 2nd Street Pike Wrightstown PA. http://wrightstownfarmersmarket.org

3/11- 15th Annual Tavern Night at the Half Moon Inn
The Newtown Historic Association’s 15th annual “Tavern Night at the Half Moon Inn” will be held at the Half Moon Inn (Court Inn), located at Court Street and Centre Avenue. The evening will feature 18th century ale, music, dancing and games, along with delicious food catered by Joseph Garvey of Joey G’s and Joseph’s Catering. There will also be a Silent Auction. All proceeds from Tavern Night benefit the Newtown Historic Association and support its various projects. Reservations are $50.00 per person – space is limited. For further information please call 215-968-3914

3/12 - St. Patrick's Day 5K, Warminster
Day of race registration and packet pick-up begins at 9:00 am, and the 5K race begins at 10:00 am. Probably the flattest, fastest 5K course in Bucks County! Post race first round at Tony's Place in Ivyland at 11:15am. More info

3/13 - Bus Trip to Washington, DC
Join the Friends of the Bucks County Historical Society on a bus trip to Washington D.C. to visit the National Museum of African American History & Culture. $65 per person. Fonthill Castle, East Court Street & Route 313 ,Doylestown. Bus Leaves Fonthill Castle at 7:30 am.
Sponsored by: Friends of the Bucks County Historical Society. Call 215-345-0210, ext. 132 or visit http://mercermuseum.org

3/14 - Nature at Its Best along the Delaware Canal
The Friends of the Delaware Canal and the Friends of Washington Crossing Historic Park will co-host an illustrated program at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Washington Crossing Historic Park Visitor Center. Carole Mebus will share her favorite photos of birds, waterfowl, butterflies, wildflowers, turtles, and vistas with particular emphasis on those that she took in 2016. The presentation is free. 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA. http://www.fodc.org

3/15 - Gardening Help Desk, Northampton Free Library
Free help for all your gardening questions. A master gardener from the Penn State Extension Service will be here from 6pm - 8pm to answer all gardening questions. The help desk will be open each Wed. through the spring. No registration necessary. Free Library of Northampton Township, 25 Upper Holland Rd. Richboro, PA. Contact: 215-357-3050

3/15 - Council Rock South Talent Show, 7pm
CR South Auditorium $5 per ticket. Council Rock South, 2002 Rock Way, Southampton, PA 18966

3/16 - McCaffrey's Food Markets: Put your Best Fork Forward
Join Registered Dietitian Jill Kwasny as she discusses this year’s theme: “Put Your Best Fork Forward.” Jill will review simple tips, tricks and hints for tweaking your diet. Even small daily changes can lead to numerous healthful benefits. This free program will be held in the upstairs bistro at the McCaffrey’s Food Market in Yardley located at the Edgewood Village Shopping Center at 635 Heacock Road from 10am - 11am. RSVP to 215 750-7713 to reserve your fork!

3/16 - 3/19 - 2017 Newtown Irish Festival at Green Parrot Pub
Live Music and Entertainment in the Restaurant, in the bar and under the tent! Green Parrot Restaurant Pub & Patio 240 N Sycamore St, Newtown, PA. More info

3/18 - Newtown Borough Annual Spring Clean Up
8:30 am - 10:30 am; meet in front of Half Moon Inn, roll up your sleeves, and give an hour or two and a helping hand. 105 Court Street, Newtown, PA

3/18 - Green Parrot 2nd Annual Newtown Shamrock Shuffle 5K & Festival
This Shamrock Shuffle offers more than your typical 5K. Once you finish running through historic Newtown, we invite you to keep the party going! With your registration for the 5K you receive awesome swag and an all-access wristband which allows you entry into the Green Parrot St. Patrick's Day party. http://www.newtownshamrockshuffle.com

3/18 - Raising Honey Bees
Join Bucks County Audubon Society from 2pm - 3:30pm to learn all about the benefits and how-to's of raising honeybees from local beekeeper, Chuck Pressler. Starting your own hive can help combat the decline in this valuable population and this presentation will cover all the things you'll need to know to start your own hive and help keep fruits, veggies, and coffee around! Contact: 215-297-5880. Bucks County Audubon Society, 2877 Creamery Rd.New Hope PA

3/18 - Art Auction at Temple Judea
The Preview is at 7:00 pm and the Auction is at 8:00 pm. The Live Auction will feature art in all media and price ranges. Major credit cards, cash or check will be accepted for art purchases. Hors d'oeuvres - Dessert - Coffee - Cash Bar. Admission: $30.00 per person (includes one drink ticket) For tickets and information: 215-489-3580 Tickets will also be available at the door. Temple Judea, 38 Rogers Road , Furlong PA

3/19 - Discovery Day Open House, Grey Nun Academy
Interested in getting to know us better? Join us at our Open House from 11am - 1pm. The Academy is a Catholic co-educational elementary school in Yardey, Bucks County, Pennsylvania for children in grades Pre-K3 to Eighth Grade.1750 Quarry Road, Yardley. https://www.greynunacademy.org

3/20 - David Library of the American Revolution Winter/Spring 2017 Lecture Series
Robert G. Parkinson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of History, Binghamton University: "Making 'the Cause' Common.” Professor Parkinson, author of The Common Cause: Creating Race and Nation in the American Revolution, will explore how this problem became a desperate one after the shooting started in 1775 at 7:30 pm. Lectures are admission free, but reservations are required. Call 215.493.6776 x 100. DLAR lectures are held in the Feinstone Conference Center at the David Library, 1201 River Road (Rt. 32), Washington Crossing, PA 18977

3/21 - Newtown Historic Association presents “Morell Smith Revisited"
The March meeting of the Newtown Historic Association will be held at 7:30 pm at the American Legion Post, 41 Linden Avenue, Newtown. “Morell Smith Revisited” will be presented by Jon Guy, retired Army Reserve Officer and past Commander of Post 440. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. No Reservations Necessary. http://www.newtownhistoric.org

3/23 - “They Call Me Q”
A story of a girl from Bombay growing up in the Boogie Down Bronx who gracefully seeks balance between cultural pressure and wanting acceptance into the American culture. Laden with heart and abundant humor, Speaks to the universal search for identity experienced by immigrants of all nationalities. BCCC Students are free. Zlock Performing Arts Center at BCCC, 275 Swamp Road Newtown PA. More Info

3/24 - Wordsmiths: Lorene Cary
American Author, educator and social activist talk about herself and her novel, If Sons, Then Heirs (Atria Books, 2011), recounts a love story for our time while exploring a searing racial history that haunts—and impoverishes—its unforgettable characters. Free and open to the Public at The Orangery, 275 Swamp Road, Newtown PA. More Info

3/25 - BUX Radio Spring Concert- Tribute to Billy Joel and Meatloaf
7:30 pm. General Admission Tickets are $15. Zlock Performing Arts Center, 275 Swamp Road Newtown PA. More info

3/25 - Chicken Chat- Everything You Need to Know About Backyard Chickens
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about raising chickens at this fun and informative seminar. Dr. Blalock, an experienced DelVal professor, will take you through the process of raising backyard chickens for eggs and as pets. There will be raffles and door prizes as well as the opportunity to place orders for chicks arriving in the spring. Free. The Market at DelVal 2100 Lower State Rd, Doylestown, PA 18901. http://www.themarketatdelval.com

3/25 - Suffrage: The Fight for Women's Rights
This 2 pm program chronicles the fight for the woman's right to vote along with other rights that they were previously denied. An eye-opening discussion of how we have gotten where we are and where we still need to go. Meet the women who drove the fight to be recognized as U.S. citizens equally under the law. Performed in period costume! Yardley-Makefield Library 1080 Edgewood road, Yardley, PA. www.ymfriends.org

3/26 - David Library of the American Revolution Winter/Spring 2017 Lecture Series
Patrick K. Spero, Ph. D., Librarian of the American Philosophical Society: “Creating Pennsylvania: The Wars, Rebellion, and Revolution that Made the Keystone State.” 3pm. Admission is free, but reservations are required. Call 215.493.6776 x 100. DLAR lectures are held in the Feinstone Conference Center at the David Library, 1201 River Road (Rt. 32), Washington Crossing, PA 18977

3/26 - Actor Linda Kenyon portrays Julia Child at the Old Library by Lake Afton
The Yardley Historical Association is pleased to present actor Linda Kenyon's one-woman show, "Julia Says, 'Bon Appetit'”at 3pm. Join us for an afternoon that will be educational, entertaining, and delicious. Not only will you learn more about Julia Child's fascinating life, but you'll also sample some French cheese and indulge in a bit of Reine de Saba cake, a Queen of Sheba chocolate cake.http://www.yardleyhistory.org/calendarofevents.htm

3/27 - Movie Mondays- Finding Jenn’s Voice
The film provides a timely expose of intimate partner violence that looks beyond the black eye. Discusafterwards with A Woman’s Place and filmmaker Tracy Schott. Free Pizza at 6pm/ Movie at 6:30pm Free and open to public. Zlock Performing Arts Center, 275 Swamp Road Newtown PA. More Info

3/28 - "So What IS in the Michener Museum Archives?"
The New Hope Art League is excited to hear Lisa Tremper Hanover's, CEO and Director of the Michener Museum, answer to "So What IS in the Michener Museum Archives?" at their 7 pm meeting, Free and open to the public. St. Martin of Tours Church school cafeteria, 1 Riverstone Circle, New Hope, PA. For more information see http://www.newhopeartleague.com

3/30 - Classic Film Series: “Singin’ In the Rain”
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and students, $7 for children 12 and younger, and $5 for members of the theatre. Newtown Theatre is located at 120 N. State Street, http://www.thenewtowntheatre.org

3/31 - Early Spring Twilight Hike, (Adult)
We will search the park’s remote northern sections for early spring twilight and nocturnal phenomena such as woodcocks in courtship, spring peepers and other breeding amphibians, owls, etc. Meet at 7:15 pm at the parking lot by Niederer’s Pond (Church Rd). Wear boots and bring a flashlight. Advanced registration required. Washington Crossing State Park Nature Center, 355 Washington Crossing Pennington Rd, Titusville, NJ 08560 Phone: (609) 737-0609

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Peter Gibson
Newtown Yardley

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