Each year, the Symphony presents a subscription series of fall, winter, and spring concerts with internationally-acclaimed soloists; a Pops Concert featuring Broadway performers; and a Family Concert that includes the winner of the Symphony’s Youth Concerto Competition and Central Bucks student musicians playing with the BCS.
Every second Friday from 7:30 to 10:00pm is Teen Art Night, a place for art-minded teens to socialize and express themselves with different art forms. It’s a great opportunity for Scout groups, too!
The small library has created what is known as one of best weekend faires around, so even if you don’t want to be part of the Magic, you will not want to miss it this September 17th and 18th on the donated Middletown Grange Fairgrounds in Wrightstown.
The agency provides referral-based support to individuals with intellectual disabilities and Autism from the Bucks County region through early intervention, residential, and vocational programs.
This is also when Central Bucks Family YMCA became an official branch of the State YMCA of Pennsylvania. Now with over 14,000 members, the Y is encouraging the community to join during this special year and discover the vast number of programs, classes and opportunities the Y provides.
You no longer have to wait for the warm weather to learn to play golf or improve your golf skills. Thanks to Matt Davis’ indoor golf instruction at Delaware Valley University (Del Val), you can now work on your golf game all year long from a PGA professional.
“This indoor facility, set up through our partnership with Virtual Golf, has become a huge recruiting tool for Del Val,” says Matt. “A facility like this is rare at a small private university and gives our teams the ability to practice all winter. My hope is that I can now attract elite players to come to this university to fulfill their college aspirations.”
Holly Smith, a practitioner at Counseling and Consulting Group in Doylestown, knows first-hand what it’s like to struggle and beat addictive behavior because she overcame her own addiction 11 years ago.
“I took many different roads to improve the quality of my life and now I’m dedicating my life to helping others improve theirs,” says Holly, an Addiction Specialist, a Nationally Certified Life Coach and a Certified Family Interventionist through the Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission.
“I combine my personal experience, training and life coaching to help my clients develop new healthy behaviors.
As opposed to most experts in the field of addiction who have never endured addictive behavior, Holly can empathize with her clients offering a first-hand account on how she attained recovery.