Four Seasons Golf Center: Providing family fun, parties and golf instruction

by June Portnoy

Four Seasons Golf Center offers everything a recreational miniature golf player or a junior and advanced level golfer could possibly want. Its two courses of mini golf, each with 18 holes, accommodate all levels of golfers. The blue course is easier with fewer obstacles, ideal for younger children. In contract, its red course, consisting of a waterfall, pond and bridge, is more challenging, better for older, more experienced players.

Pay just $5 a course for children nine and under, and $7 for adults. Plus, for only an additional $3, play both courses, fun for the entire family! Inquire about its senior and military discounts.

New this year is a playground, now open to customers five to 13 years old.

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Bair’s Tree & Lawn Service: Exceptional, reliable work by expert arborists

by June Portnoy

As spring foliage begins to grow, now is the time to survey your home’s landscape. Do you have any trees that no longer look healthy? Do you see dead branches that could potentially fall and hurt someone? Have broadleaf weeds taken over your lawn?

Not only will regular tree and lawn maintenance reduce safety risks on your property, it will also significantly increase the value of your home by 5% to 20% by improving the aesthetics of your outdoor space. When searching for a reputable tree service, consider Bair’s Tree & Lawn Service, a recent Best of “House & Home” 2015 Winner for Tree and Lawn Service in Bucks County.

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Visiting Angels: Providing personalized elder care in Doylestown

by June Portnoy

Your parents or loved ones are getting older and suddenly need help performing their daily routines, or in more extreme cases, need personal hygiene assistance. Yet, you now have your own family to care for and a job to perform. In order to manage your own life and have the peace of mind that your older family members are getting the one-on-one attention they need, contact Visiting Angels.

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Plumstead Baseball Association creates success on many levels

Plumstead Baseball Association (PBA) is a non-profit, community baseball program offering both recreational and competitive play for children ages 5 – 12 and young adults ages 13-19, girls and boys.

PBA was founded in 1963 as Pinehickon Baseball and grew its base to offer competitive and recreational leagues under Little League for ages 5 – 12, and Inter-Township League, and Connie Mack play for ages 13- to 19-years-old. Competitive teams also participate in the Suburban Travel League, as well as various summer and fall tournaments.

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The 4UDREW Foundation – Volunteer opportunity

If you are looking to give back to your community, consider the 4UDREW Foundation in 2016. The 4UDREW Foundation, founded in 2008, is a registered 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds to support hunger prevention. Family and friends were inspired to form this Foundation in memory of Drew Panettieri, who tragically passed away in a motocross accident on March 11th, 2006 at the age of 19.

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Bucks County Symphony

The Bucks County Symphony (BCS) is the premier community orchestra in southeastern Pennsylvania, serving our area since 1953 by providing residents and visitors convenient access to live classical music and world-class performing artists at an affordable price. The orchestra musicians range from talented high school students to highly-experienced community members, who perform with energy and passion under the dynamic leadership of Music Director Gary S. Fagin.

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.

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Tyler Park Center for the Arts

Explore your artistic side at Tyler Park Center for the Arts! The iconic white barn off Newtown Richboro Road is home to ongoing classes, workshops, and events for all ages and abilities. This nonprofit art center provides instruction by highly trained artists in a variety of mediums including precious metal clay, painting and drawing, photography, pottery, fiber arts, sculpture, and more.

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!

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The Village Renaissance Faire

The Faire’s authenticity, diversity, and more than 9,000 attendees annually make it hard to believe that the 17th Village Renaissance Faire is produced by and for the benefit of the Village Library of Wrightstown, but it IS true.

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.

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The AJ Foundation for Children With Autism

The AJ Foundation For Children With Autism, is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1997. From its humble start as a single family’s personal journey to help their son, The AJ Foundation has now grown into a highly respected organization, which serves as a beacon of hope for many families. Its mission is to implement and support quality educational services dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with autism and their families.

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Doylestown Hospital and the Doylestown Health System

Doylestown Hospital was founded in 1923 by the Village Improvement Association of Doylestown (VIA), a forward-thinking women’s civic organization founded in 1895 that recognized the need for emergency and maternity services early in the 20th century. The VIA established a visiting nurse service prior to the founding of the original hospital, an eight-bed facility located in Doylestown Borough.

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