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    Phillips’ Mill Community Association plans ‘A Roaring ‘20s Soiree’

    For the past 90 years, the historic Phillips’ Mill (1756), located on Route 32 just north of New Hope, has been recognized as the home of the Bucks County Arts Tradition. The Bucks County Impressionist painters began exhibiting their work there in 1929.

    Successive generations of creative people have added performing arts, photography exhibitions, public forum discussions, and social events, making this community gathering place the broadest-ranging venue for artistic expression in Bucks County.

    In the spirit of communicating the many educational, social and volunteer opportunities available at The Mill and extending its hospitality, the Phillips’ Mill Community Association invites the general public to attend their 90th anniversary celebration, “A Roaring ‘20s Soiree,” on Saturday, October 26th.

    Prior to the evening’s fun at Hotel du Village, guests are invited to tour the final day of the renowned Phillips’ Mill juried Fall Art Exhibition at The Mill, just a short distance from the dinner/dance venue.

    As guests arrive at Hotel du Village, the Ken Silver Trio will be playing Roaring ‘20s music.

    Some party-goers will be wearing Roaring ‘20s apparel, although this is not a prerequisite.

    Other evening festivities include a Speak Easy review, delicious dinner, and dancing.

    For tickets to the Soiree, contact co-chairpersons of the Soiree, Kathy Fernberger at fund@phillipsmill.org or Michael Richardson at richardson@kurfiss.com.

    PHOTO CAP: Members of Phillips’ Mill Preservation Committee gather to plan for the “Roaring ‘20s Soiree.” From left, Mary Fowles, Cleta Szoke, Donna Marshall, Michael Richardson, Kathy Fernberger, Mary Kay Darrah, Candy Wallace, and Patricia Whitman. At the wheel of his 1966 Morgan Plus 4 Roadster is its original owner, Patrick Fowles.