Calling seventh and eighth grade girls! Join Nazareth Academy High School for Hollywood Game Night on Friday, October 3rd from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Compete against the clock and rotate between different game stations to earn as many points as possible. Prizes will be awarded!
On Saturday, October 25th from 7:45am to noon, prospective eighth grade students are invited to sit for their Eighth Grade Entrance Exam.
On Saturday, September 27th, the Hulmeville Historical Society, Inc. will sponsor the 335th Annual “Olde Towne” Flea Market/Hulmeville Community Flea Market. Once again this will be located on Main Street, Trenton Avenue and Bellevue Avenue in the Borough of Hulmeville. The event will be held from 7:00am to 3:00pm. To reserve or obtain information regarding the rental of tables, call the Hulmeville Historical Society, Inc. at 215-752-8228.
The First National Bank is once again doubling the shredding capacity at its bi-annual free document shredding event. The event will continue at its new, bigger venue –Bucks County Community College – and will be held on Saturday, September 27th.
The New Jersey State Museum will open its doors free of charge on Saturday September 27th, as part of Smithsonian Magazine’s 10th Annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free admission to visitors presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket at a participating museum or cultural institutions.
The New Jersey State Museum will offer free planetarium shows, fun hands-on workshops, and variety of free, family-friendly programs. At 1:00pm enjoy a special live theater show, “Traditions of India,” a sampling of one of the many cultural groups that make up New Jersey.
The Langhorne Athletic Association 8-year-old District 3 Cal Ripken team beat Valley AA this summer in the district championship game by a score of 11-1. The win earned the team a trip to the state tournament where they finished with a 2-2 record.
The players, pictured from left, are Ethan Haus, Jaymie Sariano, Joey Amati, Jake Jordan, Jack McVey, Ryan Jacobson, Joel Bonner, Riley Triano, Tyler Tabita, Colin Demi, and Jack Evans. Coaches, from left, are Guy Triano, Kevin Bonner, and Mike Sariano.
The Lower Bucks Lyme Disease Support Group will host an expert on Lyme disease, Dr. Kathy Spreen author of “A Compendium of Tick Borne Diseases-A Thousand Pearls” on Sunday September 21st at 4:00 at the Middletown Municipal Bldg in Langhorne. She will present a slide show on Lyme and speak and answer questions on recognizing, understanding and preventing Lyme, and various treatment options.
Pennsylvania has been #1 or #2 in the number of new Lyme cases for the last 5 years with almost 50,000 new cases in 2012 alone, so come and learn about this serious local problem. All welcome, reservations appreciated but not required. Evelyn Throne (215) 741-5902 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Uptown String Band on Saturday, September 13th, at the William Penn Fire Company, 123 Main Street, Hulmeville, for a fun evening of Coach Bag Bingo. It’s one of their most popular fundraisers, with plenty of opportunities to go home with an upscale designer Coach bag. Doors open at 7:00pm, play begins at 8:00. The advance tickets are $25, and $30 at the door. Call 215-752-3479 to get your tickets in advance. This is a BYOB event. Proceeds benefit Bucks County’s Uptown String Band.
In recognition of National Assisted Living Week® (September 7 – 13), the Brunswick at Attleboro will host a series of events for residents, families, and the surrounding community, which will highlight the bonds built between residents and employees.
The weeklong celebration kicked off with the unveiling of a special photo exhibit, “Humans of the Brunswick”, created by residents and staff. The exhibit was inspired by the popular photo-blog, “Humans of New York”, which features candid photos of New Yorkers accompanied by short stories and quotes.
In addition to the exhibit, artwork created by the Brunswick residents and employees will be on display during the fourth annual Art Show which takes place September 11th, at 6:30pm and is open to the general public.