Tucker Chiropractic Center hosting free workshop

The Tucker Chiropractic and Wellness Center, now located at 402 Middletown Boulevard, Suite 210 in Langhorne, will host a free trigger point workshop on Tuesday, May 3rd at 7:00pm.

Attendees will learn how to apply these techniques at home.   According to Dr. Tucker, the trigger point technique is great for achy joints and muscles. A light dinner will be provided. Guests should call 215-750-8006 to register for space and dinner.

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‘Man of La Mancha’ at Bristol Riverside Theatre


Bristol Riverside Theatre concludes its 2015-2016 season daring audiences to “dream the impossible dream” with the ever-popular musical Man of La Mancha running May 10th-June 5th. Directed by Keith Baker, the production features the triumphant return of Gypsy star Robert Newman.

Inspired by one of the greatest novels of all time, “Man of La Mancha” features Miguel de Cervantes and his faithful servant, who channel the power of storytelling to recount the legend of knight errant Don Quixote and his trusty sidekick Sancho as they embark on a journey full of laughter, love and unruly windmills.

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Historic Langhorne upcoming events

Historic Langhorne Association (HLA), located at 160 W. Maple Avenue, Langhorne, was established in 1965 to research, preserve and record Langhorne history. Its headquarters are in the original Langhorne Library constructed in 1888 with funds from Anna Mary Williamson.

The building houses local artifacts, documents, photographs, etc., as well as an historical research library in keeping with Miss Williamson’s wishes. At this time the library’s original slate roof needs major repairs.

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Wrightstown Farmers Market celebrates 10th Anniversary

The Wrightstown Farmers Market opens its 10th full season at 9:00am Saturday, May 7th with a ribbon cutting, 30 top-notch local producers, free Mother’s Day plants, birthday cake, pot decorating and hand printing fun for kids, as well as children’s music. The market is also celebrating many inaugural vendors.

The thriving market, launched by the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance in 2006, has been a boon for local family farms and a mecca for shoppers looking for a diverse selection of Bucks produce grown without toxic chemicals and for meat and dairy products from animals raised on lush local pastures.

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LCA invites you to Scholarship Awards Soiree

The Langhorne Council of the Arts (LCA) invites you to attend their Annual Scholarship Awards Soiree on Friday, May 6th, 7:00pm, at the Anna Mary Williamson Library and Museum, 160 W. Maple Avenue in Langhorne Borough.

For nine years, LCA has supported young people in Lower Bucks County who have talent in and passion for the visual and performing arts. Students in sixth through 11th grade are eligible to apply for a scholarship to help provide enrichment experiences in the arts. Scholarships are funded by membership dues and ticketed events.

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Ice cream sundaes with a Mexican twist

submitted by Daniela Cottone, owner, Peppe’s Mexican Grill

Looking to add some flare to your next party? Peppe’s offers a great suggestion to create great looking desserts.

Utilizing Perfect Tortilla™ pans, place a flour tortilla into the pan(s) pushing it into the folds. Place the pan(s) into a 400 degree oven and bake for 7-10 minutes depending on desired crispness.

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Bolton Mansion hosts Mother’s Day Tea

Spring is here, so it’s time to begin making your plans for the Mother’s Day Tea at Bolton Mansion. The tea will be held on Saturday, April 30th at 1:00pm.

Spend time with your mother, grandmother, aunt, sister or any special women in your life. A variety of finger sandwiches, desserts, scones, your favorite teas and musical entertainment will be the highlights of the day.

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Spring planting tips and guidelines

submitted by Wendy Leck, owner, Leck’s Greenhouses and Nursery, Feasterville

As the weather begins to warm up, it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of spring and the start of the planting season. Unfortunately, despite the tease of some warm days, the “frost-free date” for our area is May 15th. It is best to wait until after that date before planting into the ground.

If you need to get a jump on flowers, they need to be brought in at night. Most plants are grown in greenhouses where the temperature is an average of 65 degrees, therefore, drastic drops in outdoor temperatures can shock plants.

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Pizza Yeah! – Home of the Cauliflower Pizza!

by June Portnoy

Do you worry that eating pizza will ruin your diet? Perhaps you can only eat gluten-free food, unable to consume the breaded crust of pizza. Regardless of your dietary restrictions and preferences, Pizza Yeah! has pizza and many other delicious meals that virtually everyone can eat and enjoy.

“It’s important to us that your entire family can eat our food despite any limitations,” explains Geovanny, owner and operator of Pizza Yeah!

Therefore, he created a healthy menu, which includes the Cauliflower Pizza created by Geovanny himself, as well as many other healthy food options. Their Cauliflower Pizza consists of a crust made from cauliflower, as opposed to flour or bread. In addition, this 10-inch round pie is only 227 calories and yet filling enough for an entire meal.

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Low inventory and high demand of homes in Bucks County

submitted by Kathleen Layton, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Fox Roach Realtors Newtown Office

The trend in our local Bucks County market of low inventory and high demand is continuing. The gap between ready, willing and able buyers and available homes to sell them is continuing to widen.

In many cases where homes are priced properly and in good condition, we’re consistently seeing multiple-offer situations, buyers paying above appraised value and/or asking price, and homes selling in less than 10 days in our local market. Our market cannot move forward without inventory because we cannot place our buyers into homes.

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