The Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre has announced an open casting call for its 2016 production of “The Music Man.” This classic Broadway musical, with music and lyrics by Meredith Wilson, is beloved by audiences since it first opened on Broadway in 1957, winning five Tony awards. This year will mark the 60th anniversary production by NVMT.
The Jesse W. Soby American Legion Post in Langhorne is sponsoring its first annual 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, November 14th. Proceeds from the race will benefit Veterans charities, namely Operation Comfort Warriors, which is an American Legion charity.
Operation Comfort Warriors is a program dedicated to meeting the needs of the wounded, injured and those suffering from traumatic brain injuries and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder by providing them with comfort items not usually supplied by the government.
The annual “Monte Carlo and Night at the Horses” to support the Penndel/Hulmeville Memorial Day Parade Committee will be held on Saturday, November 14th, at the William Penn Fire Hall in Hulmeville. There will also be a raffle card tree with certificates from many local businesses and restaurants.
Tickets for this event will be $5, which includes food and beverages. Tickets will be available at the door, at Penndel Borough Hall during business hours or from members of the committee.
For nearly two decades, Newtown’s Bucks County Singers has been bringing together a diverse collection of choral groups from the area for its annual “Voices of Bucks” choral festival. This year, the concert, which continually draws a large and energetic crowd, will be held on Saturday, November 7th, at 3:30pm, at the New Life Christian Church in Newtown.
The program will feature choirs from various parts of the county and of a wide range of ages, including the Council Rock South Vocal Ensemble, a select group of high school students, conducted by Corey Axler; the Bucks County Women’s Chorus, an 85-voice all-female ensemble directed by Holland resident Patricia Guth; the Neshaminy High School Select Choir, and the Profound Sound barbershop quartet, part of the Bucks County Chapter chorus, Mid-Atlantic District, of the Barbershop Harmony Society.
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, November 10th 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.
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 215-945-5345 or 215-945-2920.
The ceremony itself will be held in the Maple Point Middle School auditorium. Light refreshments will be available for the veterans before the ceremony.
An RSVP is necessary, so any area veteran who would like to participate in this special ceremony should contact Anne Schmidt by phone at (215) 809-6230 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday, October 28, 2015.
The American Legion Auxiliary of Langhorne will hold a “Be the Match” bone marrow registry sign-up in conjunction with Langhorne’s Harvest Day on Saturday, October 31st, from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Consider joining the registry at this event if you are between 18 to 44 years of age.
The process is simple – after filling out paperwork you will have the inside of your cheek swabbed and you’re done! Please know that if you are the match you can save a life with NO medical cost to you the donor.
Olde Langhorne Harvest Day will fill Maple and Bellevue Avenues in Langhorne Borough with children’s activities, handcrafted items, music, food and fun on Saturday, October 31st from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
The costume parade at 1:00pm is sure to be a hit, as are the prizes that will be awarded. Pumpkin decorating, face painting, and a moon bounce will provide entertainment for the children.
Karen Winkler and Victoria Schade will speak on “All About Fostering,” a workshop created to encourage people to help shelter pets through fostering, at the Middletown Friends Meeting monthly speakers series on Sunday, October 25th at 12:15pm.
By supporting foster efforts, or by fostering a pet in your own home, the number of animals saved can be increased. When one animal is taken into a home as a foster pet, kennel space opens for another pet to be housed, thereby saving two lives.