The Morrisville-Yardley Area Rotary Club was instituted in 1928 and is part of the network of 1.2 million Rotarians in more than 34,000 clubs all over the world. These Rotarians, with differing occupations and cultures, have a unifying passion for service, from helping individuals and families in need to working toward a polio-free world.
The weekly meetings of the clubs foster fellowship and networking among business and professional people, with an emphasis on ethical conduct in personal, professional and business relationships.
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.
It does so in a fun and engaging way through different activities, physical fitness, and special events. Located at 50 North Pennsylvania Avenue, the facility is the entire upstairs wing of the First Baptist Church, which remolded to fit the SRYC’s needs when it was unable to locate a suitable facility.
Their woods, creek, children’s garden, greenhouse, farm museum and playground are a wonderland for children to explore and enjoy. For nine years, Snipes Farm Day Camp has enabled hundreds of campers to “unplug” and have valuable outdoor adventures while making wonderful camp friends.
Their Homeownership Program provides affordable homeownership for low-income individuals and families. Since 1990, Habitat Bucks has built over 100 homes throughout Bucks County. They don’t give homes away – their partner families purchase their homes with affordable mortgages. Their homebuyers already live or work in Bucks County, meet program requirements and contribute a minimum of 200 hours in building their homes. Contact Stefanie Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org/215.822.2812 x307.
Morrisville’s own ActorsNET of Bucks County is celebrating its 20th anniversary, offering an eclectic mix of stage shows designed to appeal to the most discriminating of theatre-goers.
“We opened in September with Lorraine Hansberry’s groundbreaking drama, ‘A Raisin in the Sun,’” NET Co-founder and General Manager Joe Doyle noted. “Then we followed that up in October-November with George Bernard Shaw’s classic comic drama, ‘Major Barbara’ and closed 2015 with a December 4th to 20th encore run of the stage musical, ‘Meet Me in St. Louis.’
Some of those places still exist.
You can find these gems, often quietly residing right in your backyard. Big Oak Citgo is a family owned and operated gas station/auto repair business located on Big Oak Road in Lower Makefield Township.
The business recently changed brands from Exxon to Citgo. Along with the brand change, a new automotive detail service was added.
The Montessori School in Morrisville considers all aspects of your child’s development in preparing their classroom for your child.
They offer a program that
- follows the best in recognized Montessori principles,
- is sensitive to your child’s unique combination of social, intellectual, emotional, artistic, and physical gifts, and
- encourages preschool through kindergarten age children to maximize all of their special talents.
Duncan’s has only one student in the car for the entire lesson so that they can be the sole focus of the instructor. There is no “piggy back” system where drivers pick up the next student, which can be awkward or unsettling for drivers in training.
Duncan’s also offers an on-line program for Classroom Education. Students can complete the required modules anywhere and anytime from a web-enabled computer.