‘N Club’ holding fundraiser

The Neshaminy High School “N Club” will hold a fundraiser on Saturday, October 29th from 7:00 to 11:00pm, at the Hilltop AA, 4100 Grove Avenue in Trevose.

This “Beef and Beer” is an adults-only event. The fundraiser will benefit the NHS football team. Tickets are on sale at every home game next to the Pridewear table and are $30 each.

For more information or if you would like to donate a basket for their raffles, e-mail Lisa Tredway at cstredway@comcast.net.


Hulmeville Society hosting craft & vendor show

The Hulmeville Historical Society will host their Third Annual Fall Craft & Vendor Show on Sunday, November 6th, from 10:00am to 3:00pm, at the William Penn Firehouse, 123 Main Street, Hulmeville.  Come on out and start your Christmas shopping.

There will be homemade items, Wine Bottle lamps, American Girl Doll clothes, jewelry, crochet items and much more. Some of the vendors attending will be Clever Containers, Tastefully Simple, Scentsy, ThirtyOne and LaLuroe, to name a few. There will be a snack bar offering light refreshments for purchase.

For more information or crafters/vendors interested in attending, e-mail HulmevilleHistoricalSociety@yahoo.com.


Potential Inc. Masquerade Ball, celebrating 10 years

On Saturday, October 22nd, Potential, Inc. will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a Venetian Masquerade Ball at the Sheraton Bucks County Hotel, 400 Oxford Valley Road, Langhorne.

Don Polec, formerly of Action News, will be the Master of Ceremonies. The evening will include live music, dancing and ballroom dancing instruction, raffles, online and silent auctions.

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NHS Marching Band announces Annual Kaleidoscope of Bands

The Neshaminy High School Marching Band invites you to their 24th Annual Kaleidoscope of Bands on Saturday, October 22nd, at 7:00pm, at the high school, 2001 Old Lincoln Highway, Langhorne. The show will feature 10 high school marching bands in the Harry Franks Stadium.

Bands performing are Bensalem High School, Cherry Hill High School East, Council Rock High School North, Council Rock High School South, Harry S. Truman High School, Montgomery High School, Owen J. Roberts High School, Pennridge High School, and William Tennent High School.

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Historic Langhorne Association presents Ghost Tours

Historic Langhorne Association is once again presenting their annual Ghost Tours. Have a haunting good time during the one hour, 15-minute walking tour of Historic Langhorne Borough. Learn the history and hauntings of the town while visiting one of the most haunted buildings in the area.

Guided tours run Friday and Saturday nights from October 14th through October 29th, departing at 7:30pm and 9:00pm. Groups are limited to 20 participants. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.

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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, October 18th 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. Plan on bringing a partner, as this application is interactive.

Also, don’t miss the Stress Management Workshop, also hosted by Tucker Chiropractic Center, taking place at the wellness center on Tuesday, October 25th at 7:10pm. Call 215-750-8006 to register.

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Middletown Seniors’ bus trips

The Middletown Senior Citizen’s Association offers a travel program for all ages. Buses depart from Middletown Senior Citizen’s Association, 2142 Trenton Road, Levittown. Make checks payable to M.S.C.A. and mail to above address.

Include traveler’s name, phone number, address, and partners. Call for further details at 215-945-2920.

  • Wednesday, December 14th: HARRISBURG CHRISTMAS: Governor’s Mansion, Capitol, State Museum & Lunch – $84.

Newtown Arts Company stages Agatha Christie mystery

The next live show at the Newtown Theatre will be Newtown Arts Company’s production of the Agatha Christie mystery “And Then There Were None” for a limited, one-week engagement October 13th through 19th.

Pictured are Charlotte Kirkby as Vera Claythorne and Ann D’Silva as Emily Brent. For tickets and information visit www.newtownartscompany.com or call 215-860-7058.


NHS Cheerleading launches new health-based fundraising effort

The squad of Neshaminy High School Cheerleading will host the inaugural community-wide “My School Color Run” on Saturday, October 8th at noon, at the high school, 2001 Old Lincoln Highway, Langhorne, to raise money for their squad. The “My School Color Run” is an untimed fun run for all ages and fitness abilities. Along the route, participants pass through vibrant color zones, making it a “colorful experience.”

Participants that register by September 23rd will receive a t-shirt, race bib, and individual color packet. You can sign up for the run by visiting www.nhscmscr.eventbrite.com or by completing a paper registration form.

Business sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more info e-mail NHS Cheer Fund at nhscheerfund@gmail.com.


Take ‘A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline’ at BRT

Bristol Riverside Theatre (BRT) opens its 30th anniversary season with “A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline” by Dean Regan on September 27th-October 16th. Directed by Susan D. Atkinson, “A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline” stars Jessica Wagner who wowed audiences as Patsy Cline in BRT’s hit production “Always Patsy Cline.”

The production also features BRT favorite Danny Vaccaro and a quartet of Jared Calhoun, Nate Golden, Christopher J. Perugini, and Sean C. White as the Jordannaires.

Patsy Cline defined the term “crossover hit” by dominating the country, blues, pop and gospel charts of the 1950’s and early 60’s. Featuring over 20 of Patsy’s unforgettable hits, this toe-tapping, foot stomping tribute traces her career from the early days of singing in honky-tonks through her rise to fame at the Grand Ole Opry, to her triumph at Carnegie Hall.

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