Morrisville Senior Center sponsoring Oldies Dance

The Revitalization Committee of the Morrisville Senior Service Center is sponsoring an Oldies Dance on June 6th at the Center. The dance will be held from 6:00 to 10:00pm. DJ Scott Robinson will be spinning tunes from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s for your listening and dancing pleasure. There will also be door prizes and a 50/50.

Beverages, including soda, water, seltzer, ginger ale, and tonic water, are included with admission. Food will also be available. Admission is only $15 per person or $25 per couple.

The event is for all ages over 21 years of age. The dance is the first of many events that will help to revitalize the Morrisville Senior Center. To purchase tickets call the Senior Center at 215-295-0567.

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Pennsbury grad to play in Morrisville May 16th

Pennsbury graduate Ernie Tokay will perform with his band “Kicking Down Doors” on Saturday, May 16 at the Snipes Farm in Morrisville for the River Roots Music and Food Truck Festival. Here’s a preview:

https://soundcloud.com/kickingdowndoors/sets/now-by-kicking-down-doors-pre-release-press-access/s-p0o10

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Landmark Towns of Bucks County presents Community Achievement Awards

by June Portnoy

Each of the four Landmark Towns of Bucks County, Bristol, Morrisville, Yardley and New Hope, awarded their annual Community Achievement Awards to four outstanding organizations or people at the annual Reception and Award Ceremony held Tuesday, March 24th at the Bucks County Children’s Museum in New Hope. The four award recipients were chosen for embracing the Landmark Town’s mission of revitalizing the communities along the D&L (Delaware & Lehigh) Trail.

Nancy Sherlock, a Landmark Towns Board Member and Morrisville Borough Council President, presented the Morrisville Community Achievement Award to the Morrisville Fire Company. Tim Weiss, President of the fire company, accepted the award.

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Little Bulldogs gearing up for 2015 season

The Morrisville Little Bulldogs, a boys and girls club that has been around since 1985, provides a place for children to participate in football and cheerleading, while developing self-esteem and discipline.

Division weight classes for football start at age five with the Tiny Mites. The Mighty Mite division two team is for ages eight and nine. The Cadet team offers division one competition for ages nine and 10; Junior Midget for ages 13 and 14; and Midget for ages 14-15.

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Allow Extra Time on Morrisville Side of Lower Trenton Bridge on Saturday

All-day Concrete Pouring Scheduled along Bridge Street

The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission today urged motorists to allow additional time if they plan to use the Lower Trenton (“Trenton Makes”) Toll-Supported Bridge this Saturday, May 9.

Construction crews are expected to pour new concrete slabs along Bridge Street in Morrisville, between the bridge and Delmorr Avenue. The work will require a series of different travel configurations, but single lanes of traffic in each direction will be maintained at all times.

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Single Parent Fellowship sponsoring Spring Clothing Give Away

Single Parent Fellowship will be sponsoring its annual Spring Clothing Give Away on Saturday, May 16th, from 9:00am to 1:00pm.  It will be held at the First Baptist Church, 50 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, Morrisville. This activity is free. All participants are asked to bring a form of I.D. and verification of your address. Bring your own two bags (30-gallon size bags) to fill before noon. From noon to 1:00pm, you are welcome to fill as many bags as you wish.

For more information, call 215-642-0086 or 609-222-0274 in NJ.

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Celebrate ‘Twilight in Fallsington’ on May 16th

As twilight descends upon the historic village of Fallsington on May 16th, enjoy an evening of gaiety and charm as Historic Fallsington, Inc. celebrates “Twilight in Fallsington.” A memorable evening (5:00 – 8:00pm) is planned, featuring delectable hors d’oeuvres from favorite local eateries, wine and beer to quench your thirst, and a unique ”behind-the-scenes” peak at the Stagecoach Tavern.

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Trainpop’s Attic supports American Cancer Society’s Bike-a-Thon

Trainpop’s Attic is supporting Christine Risko, who will be cycling in the 43rd Annual American Cancer Society’s Bridge-to-the-Beach bike-a-thon taking place on June 14th.

Chris has placed a “Family Entertainment” Raffle Basket at Trainpop’s. Pay $1 per ticket/six for $5. The drawing is Sunday, June 7th, at 6:30pm. The winner does not have to be present to win. All money raised from the raffle basket will support Chris’ team.

Tickets are available during regular business hours at Trainpop’s Attic, 315 Mill Street, Bristol, PA. Feel free to contact them at 215-788-2014.

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Carnival fun begins May 12th

The Annual Morrisville Spring Carnival comes to Williamson Park, located at N. Delmorr Avenue and E. Bridge Street, May 12th through May 17th. This community event, which has attracted thousands from all over the Delaware Valley, will feature thrill rides, carnival games, food, live entertainment and more. Come on out and have some funnel cake or take a spin on the Merry Go Round. For those who are more daring, come ride the brand new Round Up, Scrambler or the infamous ‘Ring of Fire.’ Returning this year, a family ride called ‘Charlie Chopper’ will amaze riders. This first of its’ kind helicopter ride combines high-flying fun and technology.

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National Train Day celebration is May 9th

In observance of National Train Day, the Morrisville Public Library and the Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS) will present “A Celebration of American Railroading” on Saturday, May 9th, from 10:00am to 3:00pm in the lower level of the Morrisville Public Library, 300 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, Morrisville.

This event will feature displays of railroad artifacts and memorabilia, operating toy train layouts and multi-media programs highlighting historic and contemporary railroading. For kids there will be a hand operated toy train layout, Thomas the Tank Engine videos and other activities.

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