- February – student scholarship applications will be posted online;
- March – a presentation to celebrate Women’s History Month;
- April – a fine arts show and reception;
Uptown Hall is now Uptown String Band’s new home, where it will practice music and drill every Tuesday night. The hall has undergone a major renovation which has transformed the hall into a beautiful banquet facility.
The hall can accommodate a small intimate setting of 50 people or less, or a large event of up to 200 people. The hall has a spacious kitchen for reheating and keeping food warm. The Uptown String Band will be managing the hall and hopes the renovated hall will be mutually beneficial to both the community and the band.
Established in 1897, and located in the heart of Newtown Borough, is Friends Home. At this FHV campus the center of activities is Paxson Hall, named for its founder, Judge Edward M. Paxson. This dignified, century-old stone building is home to FHV’s Personal Care residents.
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.
www.middletownbucks.org or call 215-750-3890 for information about all of the programs, events and parks.
In recent years several parks have been renovated and offer many new amenities for people to enjoy. The Raymond P. Mongillo, Sr. Community Center, located at 2140 Trenton Road, has a new nature-themed play area where children can crawl through a beehive, see-saw on the dragonfly wings, climb the spider’s web, explore the park with the kid-sized telescope and have lunch under the pavilion. The park includes bocce courts (bring your own bocce balls) and a community garden.
This Langhorne daycare provides quality childcare for children as young as six-weeks-old through five-years-old, offering age appropriate academics and socialization.
“Our key philosophy is that learning should be instilled through fun,” explains Jytte Bambrick, owner of the Kiddie Academy® in Langhorne.
Your son or daughter wants to dance, but how do you select a dance school with so many to choose from?
Keep in mind that in the state of Pennsylvania you don’t need a license to open a dance school, which explains why so many dance schools hire young inexperienced instructors. So, if you want your child to receive a true professional dance experience taught by true professionals, you want to register your child in JovoDance Performing Arts Center.
“We consider ourselves more of a training school than a dance school because we focus on teaching the proper techniques for all types of dance ranging from ballet, tap, jazz and pointe to contemporary, modern, acrobatics, musical theater and hip hop.” says JovoDance Managing Director, Liz Jovovich.
As one of the most academically and culturally enriching college prep schools, they provide your child with the knowledge, experience and wisdom to best prepare for a future of challenge and opportunity.
The number of schools that maintain character and leadership development as a priority equal to academic achievement is few. It is part of their tradition that dates back to Bishop Doane’s vision and mission when he founded St. Mary’s Hall in 1837. It was his bold and innovative expectation to inspire and equip his graduates to take on the world.
Their hours are 6:30am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday. Their summer camp runs through September 4th for $150 per week. Limited spaces are still available.
Lollipops Learning Academy is a privately owned facility that gives more personal attention and education than many of the larger franchise facilities. They hope their facility can be your child’s home away from home where they will learn, grow and thrive.