The Trevose Horticultural Society will stage their annual standard flower show “Wild Things!” on Friday, August 22nd from 4:00 to 8:00pm and Saturday, August 23rd from 10:00am to 5:00pm at their new location at St. Ephrem Catholic Church, 5400 Hulmeville Road, Bensalem.
“Bee Keeping” will be the featured program at the monthly meeting of the Trevose Horticultural Society on Monday, August 11th at 7:00pm at their new meeting location, Saint Katherine Drexel Mission Center, 1663 Bristol Pike, Bensalem.
Guest speaker, Danielle Odhner of Bryn Athyn, will focus on the important benefits of bees, especially their major role as agricultural pollinators. She will also explore the myths and facts of the current environmental issues negatively affecting bee populations. Honey will be available for purchase.
Sell Chiropractic will be offering complimentary Health and Wellness Screenings on Wednesday, July 16th from 8:00am until 6:30pm. Family, friends and everyone in the community are welcome! There will be fun and snacks all day!
Sciencetellers, an educational performing troupe that combines storytelling, comedy and science experiments into an interactive learning experience, will present “Dragons & Dreams” as part of the Southampton Free Library’s Summer Reading Program to be held at the library located at 947 Street Road, Southampton, on Thursday, July 10th, 6:30 to 7:30pm. The complimentary program is best suited for youngsters from ages five to 10 years of age.
“Lower Southampton Celebrates Our Athletes” is the theme of the Lower Southampton Township Independence Day Parade to be held on Friday, July 4th, beginning at 1:00pm. The lead sponsor for this year’s parade is the Feasterville Business Association.
Area golfers are invited to tee it up for fun and prizes in the 24th Annual Feasterville Business Association Golf Outing, to be held at Talamore Country Club, 723 Talamore Drive, Ambler, PA on Monday, July 14th. Registration and lunch will begin at noon, to be followed with tee off at 1:30pm.
This year’s tournament will benefit a group of area communal and charitable endeavors, plus the FBA’s annual college scholarship fund and Easter egg hunt.
The Bux-Mont Centennial Singers will present their 39th Annual Spring Concert, “Do You Hear the People Sing,” on Saturday, June 14th at 8:00pm at Log College Middle School, 730 Norristown Road (north of Street Road), Warminster. Under the direction of Nathaniel Fletcher, accompanied by piano virtuoso Charles DeMets, the program will include a wide variety of choral songs, with spirited offerings from show tunes, popular music, spirituals, and even Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus.
Wednesday, June 4th is Opening Day for the Playwicki Farmers’ Market, located on Bridgetown Pike in Feasterville.
This year is the 20th anniversary of Lower Southampton Township’s purchase of the farm and the beginning of this unique park. Come out and enjoy the market. Bring the family, even Fido, then shop, take a walk, and stop at the playground along the way.
The Farmer’s Market is open Wednesdays, from 3:00 to 6:00pm, June through October, rain or shine.
Livengrin Foundation’s 10th Annual Ride for Recovery, on Sunday, June 1st, will spread a message of hope and recovery for those challenged by substance abuse. With 250 riders, the ride will start and end at Livengrin’s Bensalem campus, located at 4833 Hulmeville Road in Bensalem.
United Cerebral Palsy of Philadelphia & Vicinity (UCP) has announced that the 11th Annual UCP Motor Cars Under the Stars will be held on Friday, June 20th at the Phoenixville Foundry. The evening will showcase a collection of privately owned classic and vintage automobiles and motorcycles displayed as works of art. Guests will enjoy a cocktail reception, butlered hors d’oeuvres, elaborate buffet, live and silent auctions, and the Life Without Limits awards ceremony.
UCP Motor Cars Under the Stars showcases the artistry of vintage automobiles and motorcycles at prestigious venues around Philadelphia. The entire collection is curated by internationally recognized automobile photographer Michael Furman.