www.eventbrite.com and search for Langhorne Pet Fair for all the details about how you can support this event. If you have questions contact Dave Carson at 215-757-1577. Proceeds benefit the local community through Rotary’s many activities.
Riverview Outdoor Products, one of the many vendor stands at the Bristol Amish Market, will be participating in the market’s first pig roast of the year on Friday, May 16th and Saturday, May 17th. The Amish Market is located at 498 Green Lane in Bristol.
Horse and buggy rides will also be available during this event from 9:00am to 7:00pm on May 16th, and from 9:00am to 4:00pm on May 17th.
Be sure to stop by Riverview Outdoor Products while you’re there. For more information about Riverview, call 215-826-0110, extension 112 or visit www.riverviewoutdoor.com.
“Freegal Movies & TV” has debuted at the Northampton Library. Patrons may borrow and stream up to three movies or TV shows with a 48-hour viewing period. Since this service is browser- or app-based there is no software to download, and you can view it on your PC or mobile device. All you need is your library card and PIN number to enjoy.
The 15th Annual NBA Welcome Day, being held rain or shine on Sunday, May 4th, from 11:00am to 4:00 pm, will take place on Sycamore Street in Newtown. This one-day event draws 8,000-10,000 people annually. The street will be filled with businesses showcasing their products and services, giving away promotional items and engaging in friendly family games and activities, including entertainment, inflatables, food vendors with local restaurant tastes, and much more. Intertwined with the businesses’ booths will be many of the region’s artists and crafters, showcasing and selling their hand-made specialties.
The annual Morrisville-Yardley Area Rotary Spring Carnival comes to Williamson Park, located at N. Delmorr Avenue and E. Bridge Street, Morrisville, May 13th through May 18th. This community event, which has attracted thousands from all over the Delaware Valley, will feature thrill rides, carnival games, food, live entertainment and more. Hours of operation will be 6:00 to 10:00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights; 6:00 to 11:00pm on Friday night, 2:00pm to 11:00pm on Saturday, and 2:00pm to 6:00pm on Sunday.
After the grueling winter of 2014, rejuvenate this spring at the Northampton Library with programs and activities for all ages.
Back by popular demand, Fred Miller’s Lecture-In-Song returns on Saturday, April 12th at 2:00pm. Dorothy Fields (1904-1974) was the first female songwriter inducted to the American Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, yet she is not a household name. However, we know her lyrics to the tunes of “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” and “I’m in the Mood for Love.” Join Fred to explore her life, legacy, and contribution to American songwriting!
Come to the library for the following programs and create your own “March madness”!
*Attention all foodies – Julia Child (really actress and foodie Linda Kenyon) is coming to the library on Saturday, March 29th at 2:00pm. Linda gives an outstanding performance as the beloved American chef who taught a generation to experience the joys and excitement of French cooking! Learn about Julia’s interesting and adventurous life in France and how she revolutionized, via television, how Americans think about, cook, and eat food. Our kitchens would never be the same! Save the date, no registration required.
Try your hand at Organic Gardening or Vine Dining, tickle the ivories with piano lessons, brush up on the latest Social Media classes or get fit with Body Sculpting or Ballet Barre classes. Visit northamptonrec.com and discover what P&R has to offer you.
Lower Southampton Township is preparing for another exciting, fun, and safe year in all of its parks. It maintains 10 community parks that provide both passive and active recreation. It also provides athletic fields to accommodate all sports and miles of walking paths for exercise for both you and your pets.
Registration is currently open for the Township’s winter/spring programs for all ages. It offers everything from young children’s programs to Zumba offered four nights a week at two different locations. This year it will have full day programs during the spring holiday break. The full day programs are from 8:00am-5:15pm and provide supervised, fun, all day activities.
At the Dolphin Swim Club, the Township offers something fun for everyone! There is a large main pool including a waterslide, diving board, and a lap lane. It also has a heated therapy pool with aquacise classes four days a week. For the young ones, it has a toddler pool. Don’t worry about packing snacks because a full service snack stand is available on site.
Summer camps are back! The Township offers six different camps at four locations for children ages three and up. The Township provides an excellent summer camp experience at a very affordable price for both residents and non-residents of Lower Southampton Township.
For more information on Lower Southampton Township Parks and Recreation, visit their website at LowerSouthamptonTownship.org under the Parks and Recreation tab. Also, check them out on Facebook at Facebook.com/LSParksandRec or on Twitter at Twitter.com/LSParksandRec for upcoming events.
The Greater New Hope Chamber of Commerce supports the community by advocating for and empowering businesses. Today, the Chamber includes over 150 member businesses in the Greater New Hope area.
Historically, the Chamber’s primary activity has been to create events that attract tourists from throughout the Northeast to play, shop, eat, and stay in New Hope. Their largest event, the juried Outdoor New Hope Arts & Crafts Festival, features 200 gifted artists and artisans and brings an estimated 30,000 people to New Hope in late September.