The 300th Committee shares celebration plans for Northampton Township on their 300th website to engage in the rich history of Northampton, with something for all ages.
A calendar of events can be viewed which outlines the many programs planned for the coming year. Discover Northampton trivia, facts and stories, offered weekly.
An interactive GPS will guide you to historical sites in the Township from the comfort of your computer or phone app, giving a bit of background and history on each location.
The Paint the Plow program is in full swing as plow blades will be delivered to the local schools, engaging art students to “paint the plow” depicting the history of the Township. Plows will be on display in the coming months.
The month of May offers a presentation at the James E. Kinney Senior Center:
Women Soldiers and Spies of the Civil War, Thursday, May 12th, 2:00-3:30pm. Performed in period costume, this presentation addresses women who chose to become involved during the Civil War discussing the many paths and survival skills needed. Admission is free, however please RSVP: 215-357-8199 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
May is Bike Month. Join the Northampton Police and P&R for a Kid’s Bike Rodeo and Safety Day with a skills course and tips on bike safety. As an added feature for the 300th, The Wheelmen, an organization preserving bike heritage, will be dressed in antique uniforms, demonstrating and displaying old time bikes and provide educational insights. The public is invited to view.
Visit the 300th Anniversary website: www.northamptontownship.com.
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