The New Hope-Solebury Community Association will present the New Hope Automobile Show, Saturday, August 9th and Sunday, August 10th, 9:00am-4:00pm on the grounds of the New Hope-Solebury High School, 182 West Bridge Street, New Hope. The New Hope Automobile Show features the finest in classic and antique vehicles. This year’s show celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang.
On June 1st, the team played in the College Rugby Championships at PPL Park in Philadelphia. This is a nationally televised tournament that selects the best teams from across the country to compete. Although Doylestown lost to New Jersey Blaze by 28-19, it gets an automatic bid to next year’s challenge, which is held in conjunction with the Collegiate Rugby Championships.
Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) welcomes Sylvan Stoltzfus to introduce the amazing barns on the 2014 Barn Tour on Friday, July 11th at 6:30pm. Sylvan grew up on a dairy farm, and has been constructing barns since the age of 16. Old barns have always been his strong suit.
New Hope Film Festival, touted as “this emerging ‘Sundance East’ festival” in a June 2012 article in The Huffington Post, has announced their official selections and a new Sponsor for the 2014 Fifth Annual New Hope Film Festival that will take place from July 25th through August 3rd.
Howell Living History Farm invites the public to enjoy an old fashioned “ice cream party” on Saturday, June 28th, from 10:00am-4:00pm. Featured activities include music, wagon rides, games and contests, a children’s craft program and lots of ice cream making and eating.
Volunteer training is currently available for docents at the Delaware Valley Fire Museum, 46 N. Sugan Road, New Hope. Be a part of New Hope’s newest and most exciting museum! Training is free and requires just a few hours a week. Contact Laurie Stockton, Curator, at 215-862-2692 for information.
Also visit www.delvalfiremuseum.org.
Arbor Day was celebrated on Thursday, April 24th this year and more than 110 fourth graders in Upper Makefield rolled up their sleeves and planted a tree. The kids became members of Fourth Grade Foresters. The project’s goal is to help revitalize a remarkable idea – observation of Arbor Day in America’s schools. Fourth graders at Sol Feinstone Elementary School in Newtown received trees to take home and plant.