On Saturday, June 2nd, the class will attend a family-style buffet at La Villa Restaurant, 21 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, Morrisville, from 4:00 until 7:00pm ($25 per person).
Wine and beer is included. La Villa Restaurant has been serving Morrisville residents for 20 years.
Inspired by pizzerias in Chambersburg, the owner, Gino Lenti, created his now-famous Trenton Tomato Pie.
La Villa is located at the corner of Bridge Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, adjacent to the Robert Morris Plaza (site of the old rubber mill).
The centerpiece of the Plaza, a seven-foot bronze statue of Robert Morris, was created in 2004 by artist, sculptor, and MHS alumnus, Jim Gafgen, to commemorate the borough’s 200th birthday.
Immediately following dinner there will be a candlelit tour of Historic Summerseat, a ‘Trip Down Memory Lane’ conducted by a guide in 18th century attire who will relate some of the history of Summerseat as well as paranormal phenomenon associated with the property.
On Sunday, June 3rd, the class will meet at Bella Tori at the Historic Greenwood Mansion, 321 S. Bellevue Avenue, Langhorne, for a full-course brunch from 10:30am until 2:00pm ($35 per person).
The Milan Room is the banquet room, one of the prettiest rooms in the restaurant. Their brunch menu is extensive and scrumptious! A cash bar will be available.
Since the event begins at 10:30am, there will be choice parking on either side of the restaurant or street.
Girls…do you still have your poodle skirts? Guys…do you still have a pair of your old pegged pants? Bring some old pictures to share. See you in June!
PHOTO CAP: The Morrisville High School Class of 1958